2. JACOB JOPPEN2 VAN HARDENBERCH (Job Hendricxsz1);19,20,21 born circa 1570 at Utrecht,, Netherlands;22,23 married Maria Lobi after 23 March 1595 at Dutch Reform Church,, Utrecht,, Netherlands;24,25 married Evertgen Folckertsd 10 May 1618 at Dutch Reform Church,, Utrecht,, Netherlands;26 died 29 August 1636 at Utrecht,, Netherlands.27,28
He was also known as Jacob Joppen van Hardenbergh.
MARIA LOBI29,30,31 was born circa 1574 at Utrecht,, Netherlands.32 She died between 1612 and 1669.33
Known children of Jacob Joppen2 van Hardenberch and Maria Lobi were as follows:
In 1644 "The first Hardenbergh to appear on record in America was Arnoldus von Hardenbergh, a free merchant of New Amsterdam. He cast anchor off Manhattan Island in 1644, bringing with him a cargo for his brother, Jan. A Hollander by birth and lineage, he took an active part in public affairs, and in 1645 was chosen one of the "Nine Men" who, according to an old record, were chosen on account of their birth, ability, and wealth to govern the new Colony. Later he became dissatisfied with the action of the New Netherland officials and appealed to the Hague, and for so doing was fined twenty-five Guilders. This resulted in a controversy with Governor Stuyvesant, and Hardenbergh returned to Holland, to secure, if possible, the Governor's removel from office. He probably remained there, as there is no subsequent record of his residence in American."
He had a child.39
EVERTGEN FOLCKERTSD48 died at an unknown date.
There were no known children of Jacob Joppen2 van Hardenberch and Evertgen Folckertsd.