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Michiel Tadens of New Amsterdam - Ancestor of the Van Iderstine Family

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Michiel Tadens of New Amsterdam 

(Ancestor of the Van Yderstyne; Van Iderstein Families)16

 by Cor Snabel  © 2013

 

 

Michiel Tadens was born in abt. 1623 in Witzwort, a village on the peninsula Eiderstedt in the

German federal state Schleswig-Holstein. The village of Witzwort is just a few miles south of

Husum and of the island Nordstrand. Until 1864 Schleswig- Holstein was part of Denmark, so

Michiel Tadens was Danish.

 

He must have come to Amsterdam at a young age, where he was probably enlisted by the W.I.C.

to go to New Netherland, because we find him there in Jan. 1644 in a court record as a witness

to a fight in New Amsterdam 1.

 

Statement made on request of the Fiscal given by Michiel Tadens from Yderstee 20 years old.
Standing at the house of mr. Melijn, on the date as below, he heard Hans Hendricx, hired man of Sr.
Jochem Pietersz, requesting Jacob Hendricx van Dort to put him on board his ship, on which Jacob
van Dort replied I don't allow moffen [Germans] on my ship, which started a fight between them
that ended in pulling knives. (Jacob van Dort was the first to pull his knife). Hans Hendrickx said
let's fight this out. There were some attacks from both sides, which ended that Jacob van Dort
injured Hans Hendricx, which was proven by his wound. All this confirmed under oath by Michiel
Tadens. Acte dated 18 January 1644 in the fortress Amsterdam, Nieu Nederlant.
Mechgeil Tadens
With knowledge of me
Cornelis van Tienhoven, secretary.

 

Michiel Tadens probably signed a contract with the W.I.C. under the condition that they would pay for

his passage, if he would work for them for a few years as a pay-back.

We know he was still in New Amsterdam in 1647, because he was witness at the baptism of the

daughter of Jurriaen Blanck, who later appeared to be his next-door neighbor in Pearl Street.

 

Two years later we find Michiel Tadens in Amsterdam, where he meets his bride, the nineteen year

old Annetje Eduarts, a Lutheran girl. Her father Eduart Dirckz accompanied them when they

announced their marriage intention at City Hall in Amsterdam.

 

 

This is what the document 2 says:

 

18 November 1649
Compareerden voor Cornelis Abba & Jacob Hinlopen, comissariss~,
Michiel Tadenss, van Witswort, goutdraettrecker, out 26
jaer, woon~ byde Anthonispoort, vertoont acte van consent &
Annetie Eduwaertss, van A, out 19 jaer, woon~ inde Niewlely
straet, geasst. met Eduwaert Dierxsz.
[signed] Michgyl Tadens [her mark]


Translation:

18 November 1649
Appeared before Cornelis Abba & Jacob Hinlopen, commissioners [of marriages]
Michiel Tadens, from Witswort, goldthread maker, 26 years old,
living near the [St.] Anthonisgate, shows proof of consent &
Annetie Eduwaertss, from Amsterdam, 19 years old, living in the Nieuwe Lely-
straat, assisted by Eduwaert Dierxsz

[signed] Michgyl Tadens [her mark]

Annetje Eduards came from a Lutheran family. Her parents Ede [Eduard or Yde] Dircksz

and Jannetje Andries had their banns published at City Hall in Amsterdam in 1622.

 

 

This is what the document 3 says:

 

24 September 1622

Compareerden voor Commissaris Symon Pers & Pr. Bas,

Ede Dircxen, van Jeveren, varentgesel, out 26 Jaeren, geen

ouders hebben~, geasst. met Dirck Albertsz zijn neeve, woon naer

bij de Heylige Wegs poort & Jannetien Andries vande Sont,

out 26 Jaeren, geen ouders hebben~ woon 9 ans inde Keyserstraet

[signed][his mark] [her mark]

 

Translation:

24 September 1622

Appeared before Commissioners Symon Pers & Pr. [Pieter] Bas,

Ede Dircxen, from Jeveren [Jever], sailor, 26 years old, parents

dead, assisted by Dirck Albertsz, his cousin, living near

the Heiligeweg gate & Jannetien Andries from de Sont,

26 years old, parents dead, since 9 years living in the Keizerstraat

[signed][his mark] [her mark]

 

Eduard Dircksz and Jannetje Andries had at least 5 children:

 

1. Andries, baptized in the Lutheran Church in Amsterdam on 25 April 1627. 4

He married Annetje Ambrosius. They had their marriage intention published in Amsterdam on

1 April 1656. 5

 

2. Anneken, baptized in the Lutheran Church in Amsterdam on 21 February 1630. 6

She married Michiel Tadens.

 

3. Dirck, baptized in the Lutheran Church in Amsterdam on 23 January 1633. 7

 

4. Dirckje, baptized in the Lutheran Church in Amsterdam on 8 July 1635. 8

She married Paulus Framerick. They had their marriage intention published in Amsterdam on

13 March 1655. 9

 

5. Abraham, baptized in the Lutheran Church in Amsterdam on 26 September 1638. 10

He married Annetje Willems. They had their marriage intention published in Amsterdam on 6

October 1663. 11

 

Andries Eduards, Michiel Tadens' oldest brother-in-law [see above, nr. 1] seems to have spent some

time in New Amsterdam as agent for his brother-in-law Michiel Tadens. He is mentioned in the

following record: 12

 

8 Sept. 1653. Luycas Eldertsen, pltf. v/s Andries Eduaertsen, deft., says that by mischance a glass 
had been broken in pieces at night by a dog or somebody else to him unknown in the house, hired of 
Michiel Tadens, and whereas deft. proclaims in full company, that he has heard, pltf. had broken the 
glass himself, demands that he name the person who so stated, so that he can clear himself. Deft. as 
agent of Michiel Tadens in charge of the house says, he has indeed heard this, and to prevent any 
further dispute that may arise therefrom, he is under no obligation to name the person. Parties 
having been heard, were reprimanded for troubling the Court about such trifles and pltf's demand is 
dismissed.

Almost three years later Andries Eduards is back in Amsterdam, where he marries Annetje 
Ambrosius. 


                                   -o-o-o-o-

Michiel Tadens and his bride Annetje Eduards must have left Amsterdam shortly after their 
marriage, because on 18 December 1650 their first-born was baptized in the DRC in New 
Amsterdam. Michiel must have done well, because in 1652 he was able to buy his tavern in Pearl 
Street. 

1652 September 5 - At Fort Amsterdam in New Amsterdam, approved before council and signed

by coucillors "La Montagne" and Brian Newton, was a deed whereby a house and lot located on

Pearl Street in New Amsterdam was conveyed by Jan Snediger to Michiel Tadens.14

 

According to the 1660 map of New Amsterdam, the "Costello Plan”, Michiel Tadens' tavern was 
situated between the house of skipper Jurriaen Blanck and the estate of Johannes van Beeck.

 

 

Notes:

 

1. Deposition of Michiel Tadens, 18 Jan. 1644 at New Amsterdam before Sec'y Cornelis van

Tienhoven, in N.Y. Colonial Manuscripts. A. J. F. Van Laer, Records of New Netherland.

Register of the Provincial Secretary, Volume 2, 1642-1647. (Dutch Text) p. 278. Translation

by Cor Snabel.

2. DTB 680p171 - Huwelijksintekeningen aan de PUI. Stadsarchief Amsterdam.

3. DTB 669p120 - Huwelijksintekeningen aan de PUI. Stadsarchief Amsterdam.

4. DTB 139p222 - Baptisms Stadsarchief Amsterdam. Baptism witness: Francois Sils

the younger, Margaretha Wickvoorts, probably Margaretha Bosschaerts, wife of Jasper van

Wickevoort, merchant in the Warmoesstraat in Amsterdam.

5. DTB 475p432 - Huwelijksintekeningen in de KERK. Stadsarchief Amsterdam.

6. DTB 139p339 - Baptisms Stadsarchief Amsterdam. Baptism witness: Frans Gyssels,

Anneken Bosschaert, Marry Gyssels.

7. DTB 140p49 - Baptisms Stadsarchief Amsterdam. Baptism witness: Heindrick Jans, Anna

van Dalen, probably Anna Bosschaerts, wife of Jerome van Dalen and niece of Margaretha

Bosschaerts, mentioned above.

8. DTB 140p162 - Baptisms Stadsarchief Amsterdam. Baptism witness: Hendrick Hendricx,

Hester Gyssels.

9. DTB 474p219 - Huwelijksintekeningen in de KERK. Stadsarchief Amsterdam.

10. DTB 140p303 - Baptisms Stadsarchief Amsterdam. Baptism witness: Heindrick Jans,

Annetge Hendricx.

11. DTB 484p521 - Huwelijksintekeningen in de KERK. Stadsarchief Amsterdam.

12. Records of New Amsterdam 1:114

13. Stokes, I. N. Phelps The iconography of Manhattan Island 1498-1909 (v. 2), p. 387. 

14. http://nycnuts.net/ancestors/lamontagne/johannes1595/ see 5 September 1652 

 

15. Stokes, I. N. Phelps The iconography of Manhattan Island 1498-1909 (v. 2), p. 272.

16. See NYG&B Record article "Tryntje Jacobs and her Four Husbands: Van Winkle, Stoffelsen, Tades and Steynmets" by Howard S. F. Randolph, Record 56(July 1925):244-269]. On p. 254, the author states that Michiel Tadens "was the progenitor of the Van Yderstayn family, though that name does not appear until the third generation."

 

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