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the Decker Journey
mark of Jan Broersen Decker
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Lineage of the Decker Family - Article on Hopefarm.com
Ours - Then And Now, by Elinor Randlemon (Family History Archives)
Legacy Builders: The Story of LeRay Decker, his Wife, and their Progenitors (Family History Archives)
Johannis Decker House - posted by Historical Society of and Gardiner (from a 1966 newspaper article)
Kingston, NY City Page - See the history section
Klyne Esopus Museum - The museum offers a variety of exhibits about the culture, commerce and history of The Town of Esopus.
Berne History Project - Great information on the residents of Berne in the 1860s.
http://minisink.org/forthist.html - Information on Fort Decker, built by descendants of Jan Gerretson Decker. Great information on the family and descendents, and the history of the home known as Fort Decker.
Bob Billard's Data Page - Includes Kingston Reformed Dutch Church marriages & baptisms
Links that may prove helpful to the New Netherland Researcher - John Camps Links page, New Netherland Notables website
Schleswig-Holstein Immigrants in New Amsterdam/New York, 1636-1667 by Klaus Timm. See also the Hans Peter Voss website with information on Schleswig-Holstein, including the history of this area (now part of Germany) where Jan Broersen emigrated from.
William Cribb's Genealogy Buff website containing Decker Info Links.
Virtual tour of Bluff, Utah, with the first stop being the Decker House, built in the 1890s by James Bean Decker and Anna Marie Mickelson Decker. This family was deeply affected by a diphtheria epidemic in late 1901.
Michigan Historical Marker - Jesse Decker/Decker Settlement - Orion Township, Oakland Co., Michigan
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|October 12, 2010|