Maria Winne Van Deusen
In April 1745, she married carpenter Johannes Van Deusen at the Albany Dutch church. At that time, she was identified as a spinster. By 1753, three children had been christened in Albany where the parents were occasional baptism sponsors.
These Van Deusens were residents of the first ward where Johannes was plied the carpenter's trade. Their household was accounted for in community-based records at least until the era of the Revolution.
We seek documentation on the later life and passing of Albany resident Maria Winne Van Deusen
Sources: The life of Maria Winne Van Deusen is CAP biography number 3012. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted 9/20/13; updated 2/25/14