Annals of Old Manhattan 1609-1664. Julia M. Colton. New York. 1901.
On p. 157, in the footnote, Hendrick Hendricksen Kipp is mentioned as one of the Council of Nine Men, appointed by the Honorable Peter Stuyvesant from a group of the "most notable, reasonable, honest and respectable men" chosen by the residents of Manhattan, Breuckelen, Midwout (Flatbush), Amersfoort (Flatlands), and Pavonia.
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Books Read or Partially Read in 2017
Origin, by Dan Brown. 2017
Turing’s Cathedral, The Origins of the Digital Universe, by George Dyson. 2012.
The Story of Physics, by Anne Rooney. 2011.
The War Scientists, The Brains behind military technologies of destruction and defense, by Thomas J. Craughwell. 2011.
The Illustrious Dead, The Terrifying Story of How Typhus Killed Napoleon’s Greatest Army, by Stephen Talty. 2009.
Lavoisier in the Year One, The Birth of a New Science in an Age of Revolution, by Madison Smartt Bell. 2005.
A Short History of Nearly Everything, by Bill Bryson. 2004.
Murder as a Fine Art, A True Story of Fraud, Betrayal and Murder Across Two Continents, by Alan J. Bytheway. 2015. [The murder and trial took place near my home town of Princeton, Ontario, Canada.]
The Great Migration Directory, Immigrant’s to New England, 1620-1640, by Robert Charles Anderson. 2015.
Elements of Genealogical Analysis, by Robert Charles Anderson. 2014.
New York Family History Research Guide and Gazetteer, by NYGBS. 2015.
Loyally Yours, 100 Years of the UELAC. Compiled by Frederick Hayward. 2014.