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0897251660
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Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain
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M.D. Chamberlain (1988)
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1, spine title: Johannes Dyckman. Vol. 2 published by Penobscot Press. Box 25, East Poland, ME 04230-0025. Bibliography: v. 1, p. 135-138.

1, spine title: Johannes Dyckman. V. 1. The first five generations - v. 2. Generations six through ten.

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Source Author: Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain. Title: Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and His Descendants ;West Rutland, Vermont: Marjorie Chamberlain, 1988; Page: 38-40.

Father of Johannes Dyckman and Wijntie (Dijckmans) Dyckman. Died 3 Mar 1712 in Bloomingdale, New York, New York. cgi?op GET&db :1564109&id I35458 citing "Johannes Dykman of Fort Orange and His Descendants" Author: Marjorie Dikeman Chamerlain Publication: 1988: Class DYCKMAN. Johannes DYCKMAN b: 1671 in Albany, Albany, NY. Maria DYCKMAN b: 1671 in Albany, Albany, NY. Dirck DYCKMAN b: 1676 in Albany, Albany, NY.

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Johannes Dyckman (bapt. 26 November 1619, Nieuwe Kerk (Amsterdam) – ca. 1672, New Netherland) was a Dutch commissary of Fort Orange. Johannes Dyckman, the son of Joris Dijckman and Aeltie Paules/Poulus Root, came to New Netherland prior to 1652 with his second wife Maria Bosyns. Dyckman was commissary of Fort Orange, now Albany, New York, a position afterwards known as vice director. He served in this position from 1651 until June 1655 when he was incapacitated.