Perry Streeter: Ancestors & Kin


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Below are listed my contributions to genealogical journals. For each journal, the articles are listed in chronological order. In most cases, the hyperlinks within the text for each article will redirect you to one or more documents hosted at my website that include the complete content of the article, as it appeared in print, as well as any subsequent additions or corrections of significance. For opportunities to collaborate on future articles, please refer to my list of Research Questions.


The New England Historical and Genealogical Register


Perry Streeter, “Walter1 Palmer of the Great Migration: Probable Origins in Frampton, Dorset,” The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 174 (2020): 21–25.


Perry Streeter, “Identifying Hannah, Wife of John2 Beard (Andrew1), as Hannah3 Cleveland (Aaron2, Moses1),” The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 174 (2020): 328–329.


Perry Streeter, “Thomasine1 (Clench) Frost of the Great Migration: Her Probable Correct Origins in Colchester, Essex,” The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 175 (2021): 5–18.


Perry Streeter, “William Hills of the Great Migration: Probable Origins in Upminster, Essex,” The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 175 (2021): 174.


The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record


Garretson, Aline L., “The Gerritsen–Willemsen Family Record, and the Williamson Family of Gravesend,” The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 133: 163-176; A/C by Perry Streeter, 134: 302, 135: 286, A/C by Henry B. Hoff 136: 304–305; continued as “The Williamson Family of Gravesend,” 135: 201–211, 293–302; 136: 61–68, 140–146, 186–192; A/C by Dot  Williamson et al., 136: 305–306, by Scott Holmes, 136: 306–307.


Streeter, Perry, “The Griggs Family of New York and New Jersey,” The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 136: 243–252; 137: 47–57, 118–130; A/C by editor 137: 309, by author 310.


Streeter, Perry, “Streeter Immigrants of Greene and Steuben Counties: The Common Origins of Elizabeth (Streeter) Faulkner, Thomas Streeter, and William Streeter, at Dunnings Farm, East Grinstead, Sussex, England,” The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 142 (2011): 47–61, 117–130; A/C by author 145: 313; 149: 316–317. Updated 8 June 2022.


Streeter, Perry, “Was Louisa, Daughter of Aaron and Lucy ([–?–]) Beard of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Chenango County, New York, the Second Wife of Thomas Streeter of Steuben County, New York?,” The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 145 (2014): 85–99, 222–236, 303–309; A/C 149: 317. Updated 8 June 2022.


·         8 June 2022: Louisa Beard was NOT the wife of Thomas1 Streeter!

·         Another article is in progress to reveal the probable fate of Louisa Beard.

·         All descendants of Thomas1 and Louisa ([–?–]) Streeter are urged to help identify the true origins of Louisa ([–?–]) Streeter!


New Netherland Connections


Perry Streeter, "Brothers Peter and Jacobus Williamson of Greenwich Township, Warren County, New Jersey: Did They Descend from Willem Willemsen, Willem Davidszen [Williamson] or Someone Else?," New Netherland Connections (July, August, September 2000; Volume 5, Number 3).


·         Subsequently, through Y-DNA testing, Perry confirmed that Peter and Jacobus were descendants of Willem2 Willemsen (Willem1 Gerritsen) and Mayken2 Pieters Wyckoff (Pieter1 Claesen) of Gravesend, Kings County; these findings were published in a series on "The Williamson Family of Gravesend," in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (see above).


Perry Streeter, “Derrick/Richard6 Krusen (Francis5, Derrick4, Francis3, Derrick2, Garret1): Corrections and Extensions to Warren Cruise's The Croesen Families of America,New Netherland Connections (October, November, December 2002; Volume 7, Number 4 and January, February, March 2003; Volume 8, Number 1).


Perry Streeter, “Identifying the True Ancestry of Hilletje, wife of Isaac2 Bragaw (Bourgon1 Broucard) as the granddaughter of Pieter1 Roelofszen [Bas] and Jan1 Boeckhout [John1 Buckhout] both of Mespath Kills, Newtown, Queens County, New York,” New Netherland Connections (July, August, September 2004; Volume 9, Number 3).


Perry Streeter and Mike Morrissey, “Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) Testing of Probable Eighth Cousins Confirms Their Kinship and Proves Their Matrilineal Lines of Descent from Aeltje Cornelis (Cool) (Van Couwenhoven) Stoothoff; Simultaneously Proving Two Long-Held Theories Developed Sequentially Through Conventional Research; Mary (Updike) Richey of Greenwood, Steuben County, New York Was a Heretofore Unidentified Daughter of Roliph5 Updike (John4, Lawrence3, Johannes2, Louris1 Jansen); Eleanor5 "Nelly" Lane (Gizebert4, Mathias3, Gysbrecht2 Laenen, Matthys1 Jansen) Was the Heretofore Unidentified Wife of Roliph5 Updike,New Netherland Connections (April, May, June 2005; Volume 10, Number 2).


Perry Streeter, “Gerrit1 Jansen Van Oldenburg: DNA Testing Yields More Garrison Descendants in New Jersey & New York; with further records of Johannes3 Gerritsen (Jan2 Gerrits, Gerrit1 Jansen) of Staten Island & Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey as the heretofore unknown father of John4 Garrison (say 1701–1774) of Amwell Township, New Jersey & Staten Island, New York and the ancestor of the Garrison family of Amwell and Bethlehem Townships in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, probably including Jane (Garrison) Krusen, wife of Derrick/Richard6 Krusen (Francis5, Derrick4, Francis3, Derrick2, Garret1 Croesen) of Greenwood, NY and with insights on the brother-in-law of Johannes3 Gerritsen, Duncan Oliphant (ca. 1682–1734) of Staten Island & Amwell Township, New Jersey,” New Netherland Connections (January, February, March 2010; Volume 15, Number 1 and April, May, June 2010; Volume 15; Number 2). Updated 24 November 2020.


Perry Streeter, “Long-Overdue Brokaw/Bragaw Additions & Corrections: The European Origins of Bourgon1 Broucard and Catherine le Fevre,New Netherland Connections (October, November, December 2010; Volume 15; Number 4 [final issue]). Updated 24 November 2020.