Adriaen Crynen Poest1,2

(circa 1628 - circa 15 February 1677)

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Relationship9th great-grandfather of The 3 Tracys
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Some Background

Adriaen Crynen Poest was also known as Adrian Post, and Adrian Vander Poest; Adrian's middle name was possibly Crijnen or Quirijnen; the family name may originally have been Pos.1,3

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildAdriaen Crynen Poest was born circa 1628, in Middleburg, United Provinces (Netherlands).1,2
GroomHe married Clara Moockers circa 1655.
DeceasedHe died circa 15 February 1677 in Bergen, Hudson Co., Province of New Jersey, English Middle Colonies.1,2
InterredHe was buried in Bergen, Hudson Co., Province of New Jersey, English Middle Colonies.1

Child with Clara Moockers:

Immigrant Ancestor

On 19 December 1650, Adriaen Crynen Poest arrived in New Netherland.1,3

Some Life Events of Interest

Adriaen Crynen Poest became a naturalized citizen of the United States of America on 29 December 1660. Adrian became a naturalized denizen of England (including its colonies) as the result of the royal assent granted to a Natuaralization Act bill passed on this date.4

Sources - Citations

  1. [S431] Donn C. Neal, Compiler, My Family Through History (~ Donn C. Neal, 2013 - 2014). Chapt. X, XI ; accessed 23 Sep 2017.
  2. [S171] Dan McCorkendale - Compiler, Compiler, McCorkendale-Hatfield Gedcom, online at: AHNENTAFEL at; (RootsWeb's World Connect Project), accessed 30 Jul 2005.
  3. [S192] P. William Filby, Editor, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s (Farmington Hills, Michigan: Gale Research, 2012). Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc, 2010., Place: New Netherland; Year: 1655; Page Number: .
  4. [S1035] William A. Shaw, Editor, Letters of Denization and Acts of Narturalization for Aliens in England and Ireland, 1603 - 1700 (Lymington, England: The Huguenot Society of London, 1911), pg. 78.
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