Laurens (Lawrence) Arentszen VanHook

Male Abt 1670-1675 - 1724


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  • Born  Abt 1670-1675  New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Between 14 Jul 1724 and 14 Aug 1724  Monmouth, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried  Monmouth, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Father  Arent Isaacszen Van Hoeck,   b. Abt 1623, Hooksiel, Wangerland, Friesland, Lower Saxony, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1696, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Styntie Laurens,   d. 20 Apr 1682, Esopus (Kingston), NY Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family  Johanna Hendricks Smith,   b. Abt 1673, Bushwyck, Kings, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Jun 1747, Faggs Manor, Chester, PA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  2 Jul 1692  NYDRC - New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    Married:
    • 2 Jul 1692 - NYDRC Marriages - den 3 Jun. Laurens Van Hoeck, j..m. Van N. Yorck, en Johanna Hendricks, j.d. Van Boschwyck, beyde wonende alhier. den 2 Jul ("registered the 3rd of June, Laurens Van Hoeck, young man from New York and Johanna Hendricks, young woman from Boschwyck (Bushwick, a neighborhood in Brooklyn), both living here now - married 2nd July")

      11 Jun 1693 - NYDRC Baptisms; Laurens Van Hoeck, Johanna Hendricx; Johanna; Arent Van Hoeck, Aeltje Hendricx

      29 Sep 1695 - NYDRC Baptisms; Laurens V. Hoeck, Johanna Smith; Gerritje; Bernhardus Smith, Geertje Van Hoeck

      25 Dec 1696 - NYDRC Baptisms; Laurens Van Hoeck, Johanna Smith; Gerritje; Evert Van Hoeck, Annetje Smith

      Collections of the New York Historical Society for the year 1885
      The Burghers of New Amsterdam and the Freemen of New York. 1675-1866
      Page 70 - 6 Sep 1698 - Lawrence Vanhooke, Cordwainer

      9 Oct 1698 - NYDRC Baptisms; Lourens Van Hoek, Hanna Smith; Arent; Pieter Sinjo, Johanna Van Spyk wife of Evert Van Hoek

      19 Feb 1701 - NYDRC Baptisms; Louwerens Van Hoek, Johanna Smith; Hendrik; Joost Palding, Elsje Myer wife of Bernardus Smith

      History of the New Netherlands, Province of New York, and State of New York, By William Dunlap, Contributor Walt Whitman. Published 1840. Printed for the author by Carter & Thorp
      Page XLVIII, Appendix T
      29 Sept 1701 - "Lawrence Van Hook is appointed high constable by the mayor"

      1703 Census of New York City
      Lawrence Vanhock
      2 males 16 to 60
      2 females
      2 male children
      2 female children
      1 male negroe

      22 Aug 1703 - NYDRC Baptisms; Louwerens Van Hoek, Johanna Smith; Isaac; Bernardes Smith, Antie Van Ekelen

      1 Oct 1704 - NYDRC Baptisms; Louwerens Van Hoek, Johanna Smith; Gerrittie; Johannis Hardenbroek, Abels Soon, Harmpje Woertman

      26 Jan 1707 - NYDRC Baptisms; Louwerens Van Hoek, Johanna Smith; Benjamin; Barnardus Smith & wife Anatje Colevelt

      9 Apr 1710 - NYDRC Baptisms; Louwerens Van Hoek, Johanna Smith; Maria; Justus Bosch, Johanna Van Hoek Jr.

      From the New Jersey Archives, Deed Book E, pg. 77
      28 Feb 1714 - Lawrence Van Hook to Lewis Nisbet: This Indenture made this 28th day of February in ye First year of the Reign of our Soverign Lord George, by ye grace of God of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of ye Faith and c Anno___ Domini 1714. Between Lawrence Van Hook of Freehold in ye County of Monmouth and Province of New Jersey, merchant, of the one Part, & Lewis Nisbet of Middletown in ye County & Province aforesd, & Dorothy his Wife of the other part, Whereas ye sd. Lawrence Van Hook Purchased one Hundred acres of Land of Robert Burnet on Manalapon River by ye deed ye third day of November 1710. Also fifty acres Joining to ye same by Deed the twenty day of July 1712 in part of the Addition to ye second Dividend belonging to sd. Burnets Propriety of the Eastern Division of said Province before it was surveyed or Returned & and butted & bounded by ye Surveyor General of sd Eastern Division, and whereas ye sd. Lawrence Van Hook sold a part thereof to Aaron Van Hook & bought back ye same as by Deed of sd. Aaron as by Deed of sd. Aaron ye Ninth Day of April 1712, which part ye sd. Aaron did also sell to William Brookfield from whom ye sd. Lawrence Van Hook bought it back again as by deed of sd. Brookfield ye tenth day of January 1712, And whereas ye sd. Lawrence Van Hook hath now Procured a Survey & Return of one hundred acres on ye Western side of sd. River whre he Dwells (in Right of ye sd. Burnet's sd Propriety & by virture of his Deeds before mentioned) Signed by ye surveyor General of ye sd. Eastern Division & butted & bounded as followeth, viz: Beginning by ye Millpoud at ye West Rim, a little above ye Road and Running up ye gully to ye Road & so to ye white oak tree marked on four sides, about four chains from ye Pond., thenee North to ye Spannish oak tree marked on four sides, standing on ye Hill about five chain, this is also a corner of Benjamin Johnston's Land, & running North fifty six Degrees west to ye line of Thomas Hankson's land, thenee South South west to ye Road, thenee south twenty five chain, thenee East South East to sd. River & Mill Pond, & thenee up along the Westerly ege of ye Pond to where it began. Now this Indenture Witnesseth that ye sd. Lawrence Van Hook for & Inconsideration of one Hundred Pounds money of said Province by him Received of ye sd. Lewis Nisbet & Dorthy his wife where with he is well satisfied, Hath Aliened, Granted, bargained & Sold & by these presents Doth Alien, grant, bargain & sell unto ye sd. Lewis Nisbet & Dorothy his wife their heirs & assignees all that hundred acres of land on ye Westerly side of Manalapon River where ye sd. Van Hook dwells as ye same is above butted & bounded. Together with all ye Royalties, Profits, Buildings, fencings & appurteners thereunto belonging & all ye Estate, Right title, interest, reversion, remainder, claim & demand whatsoever fo him ye sd. Lawrence Van hook, of in, to or out of ye same or any part thereof. To have & to hold ye sd. tract of land & premises with ye appurtnces unot them ye sd. Lewis Nisbet & Dorothy his wife, their heirs & assigns, to ye only __ & behoof of them ye sd. Lewis & Dorothy, their heirs & assigns forever. And ye sd. Lawrence Van hook for himself, his heirs Executs & administs & every of them by these presents doth covenant with ye sd. Lewis Nisbet & Dorothy his wife, their heirs & assigns that ye bargained Premises are free of Incumbrances & that ye same shall remain unto ye sd. Lewis & Dorothy their heirs & assigns forever, clearly aquitted & discharged of & from all manner of Incumbances whatsoever, by, from or under him ye sd. Lawrence Van Hook or by, from or under any other person or persons whatsoever. In Witness whereof ye sd. Lawrence Van hook to this part of these presents hath put his hand & seal the day & year first above written. Law. Van Hook (Seal). Sealled & Delivered & receipt of ye above mentioned consideration money acknowledged In presence of John Reid, yooif Sooy [Joost Sooy], John Reid, Junr.
      Memoradum this 5th day of March 1714 ye above named Lawrence Van hook acknowledged this Instrument to be his act & Deed before me John Reid]

      4 Nov 1715 -
      Early Courts and Lawyers of Monmouth County, John Stillwell Applegate, LLD, L. Middleditch Co., 1911, pp. 19-20 (records of the Monmouth Court of Quarter Sessions)
      "The first Court House at Freehold (1715), consisted of a small wooden building with shingle walls. The first term of court, was held there on the fourth day of November of that year. The justices present, were John Reid, President, James Ashton, Lawrence Van Hook, Joseph Wardell, Richard Chambers, John Wilson, Thomas Gordon, Esq., Attorney General, Gideon Crawford, High Sheriff. This court house remained in use twelve years and was destroyed by fire in December, 1727."

      4 Jan 1716 - Monmouth Co., NJ - This indenture made the Fourth Day of January...One Thousand Seven Hundred & Sixteen Between Robert Hutchinson of Freehold in the County of Monmouth in the Eastern Division of the Province of New Jersey Taylor of the one part And Lawrence Van Hook of the same place Esq. Of the other part... the sum of One Hundred Pounds...the Certain tract of land situated ... in the county aforesaid Beginning at a Spanish Oak by the side of Peter Burnet=s great meadow and traverses the Meadow Run to the mouth there of where it Empties itself into Cattail Brook...to a corner by the side of said Brook...to the place of beginning Containing one hundred and five acres ...And hath a good sufficient and absolute Lawfull Authority Power and Right whereby to grant Convey and confirm the same and every part and parcel ...(as same was granted and confirmed to Edward Lambard by a certain deed of bargain and sales from Robert Burnet bearing date the Third Day of January Anno 1710 and that the same granted and confirmed to the Said Robert Hutchinson by a certain deed of Bargain and Sale from Edward Lambard being date Seventh Day of November Anno 1712 and the same granted and Conveyed and Confirmed to the said Robert Hutchinson by a certain deed of Bargain and Sale bearing date the Twenty Eighth Day of January 1714 Relation being had unto the Said Deed???? more fully and at Large Appears) ... By these presents to warrant and for ever defend the said Lawrence Van Hook his Heirs and assigns in quiet and Peaceable Possession of all and singular the said - Granted Premises against any just and lawfull Claim of any Person or Persons whatsoever Except the Quit Rents Due to the Crown of Great Britain... In witness Where of the said Parties to these presents have interchangeably set their Hands & Seals the Day & Year first abovementioned. These Presents being signed sealed & delivered by and with the consent good liking and approbation of Sarah His wife as is Testified by her hand and Seal have unto affixed.
      Sarah [ S. -her mark] Hutchinson [Seal]
      Robt. Hutchinson [Seal]. Signed, sealed
      William Montgomery, Peter Burnet, Richard [his mark] Brittane

      25 Feb 1716 -Then appeared below us James Ashton & Lawrence Van Hook Esqrs. Two of his Majesties Justices of the Peace & Common Pleas for the County of Monmouth. Robert Hutchinson who did acknowledge this within instrument to be his voluntary act & Deed Witnessed our hands the Day & year above. James Ashton, Lawrence Van Hook.

      28 May 1717 - The Justices of the Peace, the High Sheriff and the Grand Jury of the County of Monmouth, in session for "the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace" at Freehold in a petition addressed to "the Honorable Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts" asked for a minister to be sent to support the 400 families living in Monmouth at the time. "L. Van Hook" was a signer of this petition (erroneously recorded as "J. Van Hook" in transcriptions).

      Following 3 references from "Not for Filthy Lucre's Sake: Richard Saltar and the Antiproprietary Movement in East New Jersey 1665-1707", by Daniel J. Weeks, Published 2001 Lehigh University Press:
      page 246 - "Judge Lawrence Van Hook owned 2 slaves"
      page 298 - "...Richard Salter had in his possession... Dalton's "Justice of the Peace," a book that Judge Lawrence Van Hook also owned,..."
      page 299 - "From February 1723 to April 1724, Lawrence VanHook joined Salter as a judge of the court, his name always appearing after that of the senior judge when Salter is present on the bench. Van Hook, a Dutchman who came to Middletown from New York in 1712, was ten years younger than Salter (note - Salter was born about 1665). He was a member of the Old Brick Dutch Reformed Church in what is now Marlboro Township. He had gained legal experience as a constable in New York and as an associate justice of the Monmouth Court of Quarter Sessions from 1714 to 1721."

      10 Feb 1722/3 - Lawrence VanHook witness to will of Jan Jansz Verkerk in Monmouth Co., NJ

      [LAWRENCE VAN HOOK'S WILL, MONMOUTH CO., NEW JERSEY, 1724

      In the name of God Amen, this 14th day of July, in the tenth year of the Reign of our Soveriegn Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland and King Ct Annoqz Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Four. I, Lawrence Van Hook of this County of Monmouth in this Eastern division of the Province of New Jersey Esq. e. Being sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and memory praised to Almighty God for this same; duly considering this frailty and uncertainty of my life, and knowing that it is appointed fo all men to die; do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. That is to say, Principally and first I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God, my most merciful Creator trusting for salvation in and through this alone merits of my ever Blessed Redeemer and for my body I recommend it to this earth to be decently interred at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named and nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God. And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life I give bequeath and devise and dispose of the same in the form and manner following:

      Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my son Aaron Van Hook all that farm or tract of land scituate at Hopewell in the County of Hunterdon which I purchased of Richard Compton to have and to hold to him this said Aaron Van Hook his heirs and assigns forever, and also I give and bequeath to my said son Aaron Van Hook his moiety or one full half part of all that tract of land scituate in the County of Westchester in the Province of New York which I purchased of Yoos Palding the said tract of land to be equally divided in quantity and quality alike between him and my other son Henry Van Hook to have and to hold this said moiety or half part of said tract of land to him this said Aaron Van Hook his heirs & assigns forever.

      Item, I give and bequeath to my son Henry Van Hook to have and to hold the tract of land at Westchester to be equally divided between him and his brother Aaron as aforesaid to have and to hold this said moiety or half part of the aforesaid tract of land to him the said Henry Van Hook his heirs and assigns forever.

      Item, I give and bequeath to my said son Henry Van Hook the sum of ten pounds.

      Item, I give bequeath to my daughter Hannah, wife of Frederick De Boogh all that 200 acres of land at Aimwell in the County of Hunterdon which I purchased of Nathan Allen and half the lort of ground in Amboy to my said daughter Hannah her heirs and assigns forever.

      Item, I give to my said daughter Hannah the sum of thirty pounds to buy her a negro wench.

      Item, I give to my daughter Mary when she shall arrive at the age of 21 years all that farm adjoining to John Anderson at "Moira Cipond" which I purchased of Thomas Hampton with the fulling mill buildings and appurtenances to my said daughter Mary her heirs and assigns forever.

      Item, I give and bequeath to my said daughter Mary 200 acres land at Manalipond part of the tract I purchased of Robert Burnet near of and adjoining to the farm above bequeathed to have and to hold this 200 acres of land to my said daughter Mary, her heirs and assigns forever.

      Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Frances when she shall arrive at the age of 21 years the several parcels or tracts of land which I purchased of Frederick DeBoogh, William Clark, Johannes Boyse excepting out of Johannes Boyse tract the ten acres sold to Charlie Coxsen and Janet Gordon, widow and executrix of Thomas Gordon Esq. deceased and the meadow I purchased of Richard Clark to have and to hold the said several tracts or parcels of land and meadow to my said daughter Frances her heirs and assigns forever.



      Item, I give and bequeath to my three daughters Hannah, Mary and Frances the house at New York which I purchased of William Huddleston equally divided between them and each of their heirs & assigns forever.

      Item, I give and bequeath to my sons Aaron and Henry the remainder of that tract of land at Manalipond which I purchased of Robert Burnett to be equally divided between them my son Aaron having the choice of remainder of said tract of land to be divided between them my son Aaron having the choice of that part whereon a mill was intended to be built, to have and to hold the remainder of said tract of land to be divided as aforesaid to my said sons Aaron and Henry, their heirs and assigns forever.

      Item, I give and bequeath to my grandson Solomon DeBoogh when he shall arrive at the age of 21 years if he shall till that age abide with my wife or her assigns all tat 100 acres of land scituate in the County of Monmouth which I purchased of Mott Solom to have and to hold the said 100 acres of land upon the condition aforesaid to the said Solomon DeBoogh his heirs and assigns forever,

      Item, I give and bequeath to my said grandson Solomon DeBogh the sum of ten pounds upon the condition abovementioned.

      Item, I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved wife Hannah all the rents and profits of the land and appurtenances herein bequeathed to my daughters Mary and Frances until they shall severally arrive at the age of 21 years. To enable her to maintain and educate my two daughters till that time and also I give and bequeath unto my said wife Hannah all the residue of my personal estate whatsoever, the paying of my just debts and lastly I do hereby constitute and ordain my dearly beloved wife Hannah, my well beloved son Aaron, and my trusty and well beloved friend John Johnston Jr., Lawrence Smith (illegible) executors and directors of this my last will and testament and do hereby utterly disallow, revoke and disannul and make void all and every other former testaments wills legacies executed by me in any way before this time.

      Named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirmaing this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness thereof I the said Lawrence Van Hook have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written. This will contained in two sheets of paper, the first sheet containing 42 lines and the second sheet 25 lines was published and declared by the said Lawrence van Hook to be his last will and testament and as such signed, sealed and delivered in presence of

      Law--Van Hook
      Wm. Nichols
      Thos. X Williams (his mark)
      Wm. Mordock

      Perth Amoby, 14th August 1724. There personally appeared before me Micheal Kearney Jr. appointed by his Excellency William Burnet Esq. Captain General and Governor in Chief of New Jersey, New York and Thomas Williams and William Maddock two of the witnesses to the within last will and testament who being sworn on the Holy Evangel of Almighty God did depose that they saw the withing testator sign, seal and publish and declare the within written instrument to be his last will and testament and that he was at that time of sound mind and memory, as far as they knew or believed and was present when the other witnesses signed his name and seal (some illegible words--Latin?) Mich Kearney Jr. There personally appeared before me Micheal Kearney Jr appted. by his Excellency Wm. Burnett Esq Capt. Gen & Gov in Chief etc. to take the probate of last will and testament. Hannah Van Hook, Aaron Van Hook and Lawrence Smith the executrix and two of the executors mentioned in the within last will and testament who being sworn on the Holy Evangel of Almighty God to the true and faithful performance of the office of Executrix and Executor Jrrant coram me Mich Kearney Jr.

      Lawrence Van Hook Will Recorded in Liber 1724 L Smith

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      INVENTORY OF LAWRENCE VAN HOOK, MONMOUTH CO., NJ 1724

      An Inventory of the goods and Chattels, Rights and Credits of Lawrence Van Hook late of Freehold in this County of Monmouth in His Excellencys Division of his Provinces of New Jersey Esq.E. described taken and appraied at the late dwelling house of this said Lawrence Van Hook by us his Subscribors.

      Pds.Sh.p (Pounds. Shillings.Pence)

      Impr.s To his Purse 5.19.00
      To his Wearing Apparel 22.00.00
      Wrought Plate 19.06.03
      Two Gold Rings 1.14.03
      A Large Dutch Bible 2.05.00
      Daltons Country Justice 1.04.00
      Sundry Other Books 2.00.00
      A large Cupboard & Chest of Drawers 4.10.00
      5 Feather Beds 3 with Furniture & 8 Prs. Sheets 26.00.00
      3 Chests, 2 Trunks & an Old Desk 1.10.00
      3 Looking Glasses 1.03.00
      5 Tables, 16 Chairs 2.06.06
      5 Large 10 Small Pictures a Cane 2.00.00
      4 Guns, A pair of Pistols & holsters, a Sword & Belt 4.06.00
      3 Large 4 Small Pewter Dishes 14 Pewter Plates ---
      21 Pewter Basins, a Qt Pot Tankard and small Pewter ---
      1 Razures? A Pewter Chamber Pot a tin funnel & Lanthorn--4.08.00
      1 Copper Stills one of tin with its fyrbutyre 10.00.00
      1 Large 3 small Brass Kettles, 1 Brass Pan one
      Brass Candlestick & Standing Candlestick, a warming pan 5.00.00
      1 Pair of Irong Dogs 2 Trammels 2 Pair Tongs,
      2 Small Iron Pots a Frying Pan 2 Small Spits,
      A Toster 2 Iron Candlesticks a Small Gridiron,
      A Brick? Iron 4.05.00
      A case of Bottler 1.00.00
      2 old Ploughshares & Colter & Plough Tackling)
      2 Harrows (difficult to read) Axes? Pitchfork)
      Broad Axe Rings & Wedge, Harrow Some Iron)
      Teeth an Iron Crow and Smoothing Iron) 6.12.00
      A Parcel of Flax not rotted 00.10.00
      A Small Parcel of Earthenware 00.06.00
      Tabel Linnen & Window Curtains 1/2 dox. Knives &
      Forks 01.04.00
      Indian Corn 01.05.00
      Colours, a Scythe & Trimming, A Pike, 4 Halberts 7.00.00
      2 Drums)
      Empty Hogsheads Barrels, Washing Tubbs, Pales,)
      Trays 2 old? Small Wooden Ware some Jack BoardsP 2.05.00
      A Glass Case and Glasses, & Small Pocket Bottle) 1.15.00
      An Old Hammock & a piece of Bolting Cloth)
      A Saddle 1.15.00
      A Large? Chains Scales & Weights a Small Pr.)
      of Scales and Weights & Small Pr. of Stilliards)
      A Linnen Wheel) 3.12.00
      To an old Negro Man 10.00.00
      A Negro Wench 25.00.00
      Two Horses 6.00.00
      Three Cows 6.15.00
      Three Heifers 4.10.00
      One Steer, 2 Yearlings 4.05.00
      6 C Yarn 0.10.00

      "In His Shop"
      4 Deer Skins 8 Coats 2 Pants 15 Pr Stockings 2 Pr Gloves 3.09.06
      9 Yds Indian Sattin 5 1/2 yds Cherry? 4.14.00
      6 Quire Paper, 10 Gross Buttons, Igr Pins, Some needles 3.08.00
      A Parcel of Silk Galoon & Ribbons, 33 Yds Lace 8.04.00
      A Parcel of haberdashers Wire, 4? Mohair 2.12.00
      38 Combs, 3 pr. Buckles 8 Knifes 6 doz. Wired? Laces 1.11.00
      9 1/2 Yds Muslin 15 Yds Buckram, Some Wadding 4.16.03
      8 1/2 Yds White? 13 Yds Do. Blue 8 th All Spice 1.12.00
      A Suit of Women's Silk Clothes 4.10.00
      3 Yds Broadcloth & Trimming a Stuff Gown 2 Pr Stays 4.15.00
      4 Prs. Small Scales & Weights, Redwood & Logwood 1.06.00
      13 Yds Linnen, 24 Yds Gartering, 4 t Pepper 2.03.00
      A Riddle, 2 Baskets 46 Jews Harps 12 Brooms, Old Bag 1.00.08
      ________
      248.03.11 (total)

      Bond of Jonathan Heldridge due 10th Sept 1724 10.00.00
      Bond of John Fenton due 16th June 1721 8.17.07
      Bond of Bernardus Bryckes due 7th May, 1725 6.05.00
      Bill of John Morford due 18th July 1719 3.13.00
      Bond of Stophel Romine due September 1724 7.04.00
      Bond of Mary Green due May 1 1720 20.12.00
      Bond of John and Derick Joglandt ud e1 Jan 1721 28.14.00
      Bill of Nicholas Vessels 1.09.03
      Bill of John Mascolm due Sept20, 1720 2.07.00
      Bond of John Boyse & Neal Curry due 26 Sept 1724 14.18.00
      Bond of John Johnson due Aug 1712 8.12.00
      Bond of John Adams due 1412 14.00.00
      Bond of Hugh Fraizer 8.17.00
      Bill of Timothy Hurley due 1718 1.10.00
      Bill of John Lawrence due 1721 2.05.05
      Bond of John Gus due 1712 4.06.00
      Bill of Luke Vessells due 10th July 1719 2.10.00
      Bill of Benjamin Forman 6.l6.00
      Bond of Daniel Dean due 1 Jan 1724 8.03.00
      Bill of John Morford 1.00.00
      Bond of Anniase? Allen & Jos Langley due Dec 1724 12.12.05
      Bond of William Montgomery due 1 Dec 1719 13.00.00
      Bond of Noel Curry due 1 Sept 1724 7.03.10
      Bond of Alice & Hendrick Van Kirk Ap? 1725 43.18.00
      Bond of John Wilson & Mark Ferrie 10.17.09
      Bond of John Boyse due May 14 1725 6.17.00
      Bond of Levi Brookfield due 13 Sept 1715 13.05.00
      Bond of John Leonard due 11 Nov 1722 11.02.00
      Bond of John Reid Gard Edge & Grandine 1722 13.18.00
      Bond of Wm Modock & Thos Williams Feb 22, 1725 18.18.00
      Bond of Wm Smith due 1 Sept 1721 4.16.05
      Bond of Wm Purdy due 26 March 1722 3.00.00
      Bill of Hendrick Vervey due 30th March 1725 18.01.11
      Bond of David Beers I June 1719 6.00.00
      Bond of Myndert Johnstone due 21 March 172304 22.08.00
      Bond of John Morford due Sept 1720 23.06.00
      Bond of John and William Leiven due Sept 1721 23.09.01
      Bond of Wm Wilkinson & Jospeh Robins due 1 Nov 1724 14.00.00
      Bond of Yoos Sooy due 1 March 1718 50.00.00
      Bond of John Fraizer due 1 Nov 1724 1719 6.04.06
      Bond of Lawrence Smith & Reid Soltar & Okeson 6.00.00
      Bill of Hugh Reid due 1 Sept 1715 6.14.00
      Bill of Aaron Motteson May 1727 1.10.00
      Bond of Abram Emans & Hendrick Hendrickson 23.03.09
      Bond of William Oakley 22.00.00
      Bond of Peter Romine due 1 Sept 1720 10.02.09
      Bond of Gibbons Lawrence and King due 1 May 1723 10.15.08
      Bond of Cornelis Thompson due 24 Feb 1724 26.02.06
      Bond of Janet Gordon 20th Apr 1720 12.00.00
      Bill of Teunis Peterson 2.08.00
      Bond of Wm Brookfield Aug 1721 26.06.00
      6 Bonds of Thos Harveys 4 pounds each 24.00.00
      Bond of John Willson due 11 Sept 1720 14.00.00
      Bond of Henry Van Hook & Parant 1 May 1730 28.00.00
      Bond of Chauncy Fenton 11.17.05
      Bond of John Estil & Humphrey Mount 1724 8.16.06
      Bond of Benj Van Cleve & Cobus Romine 1725 12.00.00
      Bond of Thomas Pleadwell 2.08.00
      Bill of Richard Watson 2.11.07
      Bill of Myndert Johnstone 1.15.00
      Bill of Isaac Johnstone 0.l5.00
      Mortgage on House & Lot of Charles karson 80.00.00
      Bond of Solomon Jewsorum due Apr 6, 1707 AP 12.00.00
      Bond of Mary and Christopher Horsman due 1726 4.11.00
      Bond of John Throp due March 1725-6 6.00.00
      Bill of Charles McClain due 1725 3.14.07
      Bill of Thomas Cope 1.14.00
      Bill of Robert Gravat 1.17.00
      Bill of Arch Craig 1728 for the ? Discount 6.00.00
      Bill of Samuel Job due 13 May 1726 5.07.00
      Bond of Henry Vandenburgh 30.00.00
      Bond of Richard Britain 14.00.00
      Bond of Peter Squire 18.00.00
      4 Bonds & 1 Bill at ye lawyers 15 Pounds 15.01.00
      Bond of Sophia Romine 40.00.00
      To Sundry other Book Debts not yet Adjusted 50.00.00
      Bill of John Vaughn 1.04.00
      ________
      1285.16.10 (total)

      Mortgage of Jacob Jamison 28.00.00
      Bond of Sophia Romine 50.00.00
      To one Iron Screw Plates 12.00.00
      To a Die Kettle 1.10.00
      To an Iron Kettle Iron Crows or Cross 1.10.00
      To a Mare and Colt 02.10.00
      To a Plough 01.00.00

      1381.16.10 (total
      The last 18 pounds appraized Nov 20 1725

      Appraisors, Alexander Clark & Wm. Modock & Benj (Bvk) Van Kline (his mark)
    Children 
     1. Johanna VanHook,   b. 1693, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1757
     2. Gerritje VanHook,   b. 1695, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. (died young)
     3. Gerritje VanHook,   b. 1696, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. (died young)
     4. Arand (Aaron, Arent, ) VanHook,   c. 9 Oct 1698, NYDRC - New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1760, Orange, NC Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Hendrick (Henry) VanHook,   b. 1701, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1750, Upper Freehold, Monmouth, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. Isaac VanHook,   b. 1703, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. (died young)
     7. Geeritje VanHook,   b. 1704, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. (died young)
     8. Benjamin VanHook,   b. 1707, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. (died young)
     9. Maria (Mary) VanHook,   b. 1710, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1746
     10. Francinke (Frances) VanHook,   b. 1714, Monmouth, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Feb 1786, Faggs Manor, Chester, PA Find all individuals with events at this location
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    Lawrence (Laurens Arentszen) Van Hook (1670-1724) biographical narrative
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    Lawrence Van Hook (1670-1724) of New York and New Jersey - a narrative of his life, family, occupations, property,etc. - including 27 pages of research citations.