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From: Cliff Lamere <>
Subject: Re: [NYALBANY] WINNE fam./KNICKERBOCKER/VANDELIER
Date: Sat, 09 Sep 2000 03:01:17 -0400


Bob,

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~clifflamere/

On my website, click on Language in my Table of Contents. That takes you below where there is a Dutch-English Dictionary and an English-Dutch Dictionary. You can simply enter a word and find its meaning. They can be very helpful in cases like yours.

Cliff

Go to my website

wrote:

> I would be interested in any Albany and Dutch WINNE family info. My Johannes KNICKERBOCKER (1751-1827) m. 3-1-1769 Elizabeth WINNE (1752-1828); Eliz. was the dau. of Capt. Willem WINNE (bp 1716) and Maria DE FRONDELAC (in Dutch = VANDELIER). Willem WINNE was the son of Daniel WINNE.
> Are any of these related?
>
> Does anyone know Dutch? Is "lier" = Lake (French Lac)?
> In German lake is "See".
>
> Bob in Germantown MD

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