536. Jacobus MOL was born about 1680. The passenger
list for DE BONTE KOE [The spotted Cow] sailing 15 Apr,
1660 with Cptn. Pieter LUCASZ has among its passengers Jan Jansz MOL,
possibly Jacobus's father or grandfather. He was married to Lydia WINNE on 1 Oct 1703.
537. Lydia WINNE
. Children were:
i. Engeltje MOL was christened on 6 Apr 1704 in Albany, NY. She died INFANT.
ii. Myndert MOL was christened on 22 May 1706 in New York, NY.
iii. Catharina MOL was christened on 29 Oct 1707 in New York, NY.
iv. Johanna MOL was christened on 24 Jul 1709 in New York, NY.
v. Rachel MOL was christened on 20 Apr 1712 in New York, NY.
vi. Annatie MOL was christened on 4 Aug 1714 in New York, NY.
vii. Engeltje MOL was christened on 4 Jul 1730 in Kinderhook, NY.
viii. Jacobus? MOL. In 1770 a Lydia Van Woert, wife of Jacobus Mol joined Schodack Church
its 61st member. It is also possible that Jacobus A. Mol could have
wife prior to Neeltje.
ix. Abraham MOL was born about 1716. He was christened on 4 Jul 1716 in New York, NY.
268 x. Johannes MOL.
xi. Isaac (Yzaak) MOL was born about 1730. He was christened on 4 Jul 1730 in Kinderhook, NY.
xii. Adam MOL was born about 1730. He was christened on 4 Jul 1730 in Kinderhook, NY. "Adam's Killetye (Little Creek), according to Sylvester, in his
of Rennselaer County, was so names [sic] for Adam Mull who was taken
prisoner by the Indians while drinking of its water." The fact he was
prisoner is verified in the Johnson Papers." --"Mull Family," by
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