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Adam Hendricksz Meese Vrooman
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Birth: Sep. 14, 1649, Netherlands
Death: Feb. 25, 1730
Schenectady County
New York, USA

If all is correct on my ancestry I decended from Wouter A Vrooman The picture came from a book I found on line I haven't done any research for awhile so this is all I have Hope it helps
This is a drawing of Adam Hendrickse Vrooman, taken from the 1958 book named "The Promised Land," by John J. Vrooman, page 145. Subtitle : "The Story of the Palatine Emigration from their Rhineland homes to the Hudson and Schoharie Valleys" John J. Vrooman (1882-1960) was an American historian and novelist, and president of the Schenectady County Historical Society. Born in Schenectady, New York, he graduated from the University of Arizona, attended Union College, and received an honorary PhD from Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. Vrooman held a variety of jobs across the country, including ranch management in Iowa, an investment business in Missouri and a real estate business in Mississippi. He eventually returned to Schenectady and in 1944 accepted the position of Supervisor of Historic Sites for the New York State Education Department, a job he held until 1951. After his retirement, Vrooman lectured in various venues (including the New-York Historical Society) about historic New York State, and remained active in historic studies until his death. Vrooman wrote several works of historical fiction and non-fiction about upstate New York, including Council Fire and Cannon , a collection of stories about early New York; The Promised Land, concerning the Palatines who settled in the Schoharie valley; and Clarissa Putman of Tribes Hill, a historical novel. An accomplished amateur photographer, his pictures of historic sites illustrate many of his books, and were also used to illustrate material produced for the New York State Education Department. Photo:; John J. Vrooman bio
Family links: 
  Engeltje Barentse* Blom Vrooman (1652 - 1690)*
  Wouter Vrooman (1680 - 1756)*
  Eva Mae Vrooman (1706 - 1806)*
*Calculated relationship
Vrooman Family Cemetery
Schenectady County
New York, USA
Created by: sandra potter
Record added: Jul 20, 2011
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Adam Hendricksz Meese Vrooman
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Adam Hendricksz Meese Vrooman
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Adam Hendricksz Meese Vrooman
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