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Rachael Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1785275/1791 and was baptized in the Anglican Church, classified as a mulatto. 276

On 21 January 1803, she received her Freedom Certificate from Governor Walterstorff. 277

In about 1803, he had a relationship with an unknown Boyle. 278

In about 1808 -1811, she had a relationship with an unknown Milroy. 279

In 1816, she was living with her children in Western Street, Christiansted and she was employed Sewing. 280

In October 1841, she was living at 28 Prince’s Street, Christiansted, unmarried, and employed as a Seamstress. 281`


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Julianna/Julian van Beverhoudt was classified as a free mustice. 282

On 1 December 1816, she took communion in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church. 283

On 3 April 1817, she took communion in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church.284
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Malene van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1792 and was a member of the Lutheran Church, and was classified as a mustice. 285

On 10 April 1806, she received her Freedom Certificate from Governor Mühlenfels. 286

In 1816, she was living in Prince’s Street, Christiansted and was employed as a Huckster. 287
Children of Marlene van Beverhoudt:
1. i. James, b. 1811

2. ii. Margareth, b. 1812

3. iii. Jane, b. 1814

4. iv. John, b. 1815


1. John was born on St. Croix in about 1811 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, as free. 288

In 1816, he was living with his mother and siblings in Prince’s Street, Christiansted. 289


2. Margareth was on St. Croix in about 1812 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, as free. 290

In 1816, she was living with her mother and siblings in Prince’s Street, Christiansted. 291


3. Jane was on St. Croix in about 1812 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, as free. 292

In 1816, she was living with her mother and siblings in Prince’s Street, Christiansted. 293

4. John on St. Croix in about 1811 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, as free. 294

In 1816, he was living with his mother and siblings in Prince’s Street, Christiansted. 295


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Madlane Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1791 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church. 296

She had a relationship in about 1820-1821 with an unknown Barnet. 297

In October 1841, she was living at 58,59,60 Hospital Street, Frederiksted, unmarried and employed as a Seamstress. 298
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Anne van Beverhoudt was classified as a free mustice. 299

On 1 December 1816, she took communion in the Church. 300

On 3 April 1817, she took communion in the Church. 301
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Helene van Beverhoudt was married in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church, on 29 December 1791, to Hermann van Thiel.302 Both were members of the Dutch Reformed Church.303 She was widow of Mr. Hoffmann.304
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Maria van Beverhoudt was married on 5 March 1801 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church to Hans Wunsild Danielsen. 305
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Maria Elisabeth van Beverhoudt was married on 28 March 1801 in the St. Croix Dutch Reformed Church to John Bomorio Borii. 306
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Johana Juliana [?] van Beverhoudt, of the Dutch Reformed Church, was married in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church on 27 July 1805, to John Qvim, who was a merchant from New Orleans, Louisiana, and who by 1805, was a widower. 307 Joh. van Beverhoudt, a Bookkeeper, stood for the bride.308
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Gertrude Beverhoudt, who was born on St. Croix in about 1795 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church on 11 January 1796.309

She was married in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church on 14 October 1820 to Johan Christopher Andréa, 310 who was born in Copenhagen in about 1797 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church.311

In 1841, they were living at 13 Church Street, Christiansted and he was a Royal Bookkeeper. 312
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Johannes van Beverhoudt, Cz. had a relationship beginning in about 1795 with Amy/Naemie313 McNobney/McNalme, 314 who was born on St. Croix in about 1771315/1773316 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church, classified as a mulatto. 317

He was listed, undated, as in a relationship with Nahemi Mec Nabni, a free mulatto, who was a member of the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church. 318

On 8 June 1803, she received her Freedom Certificate from Governor Mühlenfels.319

In 1803, he was residing, without any other whites, at his property at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted.320

In 1816, she was living with her children at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, which was owned by Johannes van Beverhoudt, Cz.,321 and she was employed as his House Keeper. 322

On 10 March 1830, a probate case was begun in the Christiansted court for a Johannes van Beverhoudt.323

In October 1841, she was living in her own home with various family members at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, a widow and supported by her children.324

In October 1857, she was living in her own property at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, a widow and a Pensioner.325

In October 1860, she was living at her property at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, a widow, and a Pensioner. 326
Children of Johannes van Beverhoudt, Cz. and Amy McNobney:
1. i. Diderich Michael van Beverhoudt, b. c1790

2. ii. Maria Magdalina van Beverhoudt, b. c1793

3. iii. Bertram Langemach van Beverhoudt, b. c1795

4. iv. Dorothea Juliane van Beverhoudt, b. c1796 , c. 1871

5. v. Anna Margaretha van Beverhoudt, b. c1797

6. vi. Cornelia Maria van Beverhoudt, b. c1799., d.6 January 1801

7. vii. Claudius Geurt van Beverhoudt, b. 2 November1802

8. viii. Peter Berent van Beverhoudt, b. 16 March 1804

9. ix. Peter Berent van Beverhoudt, b. 5 January 1806, d.1870

10. x. Engel Johannes Claudius van Beverhoudt, b. 24 Noember1807 , d.c1869

11. xi. Johanna Amey van Beverhoudt, b. c1809

12. xii. Thomas Mac Nobney van Beverhoudt , b.1811, d. 6 October 1873

13. xiii. Diderich Magens van Beverhoudt, b. 5 January 1815, d. c1849

14. xiv. Adrian Benjamin van Beverhoudt , b 1817, d. 1888


1. Diderich Michael van Beverhoudt was born in about 1790 and was baptized on 5 December 1790 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church.327 Witnesses to the baptism included Customs Collector Ursin, Johannes Beverhoud, William Clark, Madam Søbøtker, Johanna v. Beverhoud & Helena Hoffmann. 328
2. Maria Magdalina van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix329 in about 1793 and was baptized on 3 March 1793 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church. 330 Witnesses to the baptism were: Baron Peter de Britton and wife, Controller Mely and wife and Jacob Moller and Mrs. Moller. 331

On 11 August 1805, she was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church. 332

In 1816, she was living with her mother and siblings in Fisher Street, Christiansted. 333
3. Bertram/Bertrand Langemach van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix334 in about 1795 and was baptized on 18 March 1795 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church and classified as free. 335 Witnesses to the baptism were: Captain de Windt and wife, P. Moller, Maria Susanna Labat, Richart Marten and wife and Charlotte Heyliger.336

In 1816, he was living with his mother and siblings in Fisher Street, Christiansted.337

On 19 March 1818, he was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as a mulatto and free. 338

On 28 October 1835, he received a Burgher Certificate. 339

He had a relationship in 1841 (married) Cathrine Cruger, who was born on St. Croix in about 1798 and was baptized in the Danish Lutheran Church on 2 December 1798. 340

In October 1841, they were living at 26abc Market Street, Christiansted, unmarried, he employed as a Clerk, and she doing Needle Work. 341 He was exempted as of 1841, as the First Lieutenant of the Fire Corps. 342


4. Dorothea Juliana/Juliane van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix343 in about 1796 and was baptized on 16 October 1796 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church. 344 Witnesses to the baptism were: Peter Pieterson Limberg, Richard Martenbowe, Joh. Petersen Baudhuy, Biddy Martenbowe, Maria Susanna Beverhoudt, and Elisabeth Skerreth. 345

On 13 October 1811, she was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, as a free mustice. 346

In 1816, she was living with her mother and siblings in Fisher Street, Christiansted. 347

On 19 March 1818, she [Julia v. Beverhoudt] was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as a mulatto and free. 348 ???

In October 1841, she was living with her mother and siblings at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, unmarried and engaged as a Mantua Maker.349

In October 1857, she was living with her mother and sister Johanna Amy at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, owned by her mother, and she was employed as a Mantua Maker.350

In October 1860, she was living with her mother and sister Johanna Amy at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, owned by her mother, and she was a Pensioner. 351

She died in 1871.

5. Anna Margaretha van Beverhoudt was born in about 1797 and was baptized on 1 January 1798 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church. 352 Witnesses at the baptism were: John Sempell, Mr. A. Ursin and wife, Mr. Olivarius, Madam van Flierdin and Miss Rogiers. 353

On 13 October 1811, she was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, as a free mustice. 354

On 19 March 1818, she [Anne v. Beverhoudt] was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as a mulatto and free. 355 ???

In October 1841, she was living with her mother and siblings at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, unmarried and engaged as a Mantua Maker.356

She died in about 1890.

6. Cornelia Maria van Beverhoudt was baptized on 10 November 1799 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church and was classified as free and a mustice. 357 Witnesses at the baptism were: Z. Bastian Francis, John Cruuse, Angeness Francis, Juliana Spindlor, Blanseh Moth & Maria Eliz. Beverhoudt. 358

On 6 January 1801, she was died. 359
7. Claudius Geurt van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix360 on 2 November 1802 and was baptized on 24 November 1802 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church. 361 Witnesses at the baptism were: Pastor?Mackeprang, Byfoged H. C. Winding, Mr. Adv. Reg’t. Mouritzen, Præ’t. Guillerup, Elizab. Dorotea Funck, Anna Eliz’t. Dieu Donne, Frances Smith, Maria Eliz’t. Beverhoud, Sally MacNobney. 362

On 5 April 1818, he was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church.363

In 1816, he was living with his mother and siblings in Fisher Street, Christiansted.364
8. Peter Berent van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix365 on 16 March 1804 and was baptized on 1 April 1804 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as free mustice. 366 Witnesses at the baptism were: Kammer Raad Kirchtop and wife, O367. Ravn. Capt. Schimdt, Magdalena Ravn, Aletha Biørn, B. Ache. 368
9. Peter Berent van Beverhoudt was born on 15 January 1806 and was baptized on 2 February 1806 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as free.369 Witnesses at the baptism were: Wm. Pursell, Wm. Heyliger, Adrian Francis, Elisabeth Stallard, Francisca Coppy, Nancy Heyliger. 370

In 1816, he was living with his mother and siblings in Fisher Street, Christiansted.371

He had a relationship from about 1828-1831 with Adriana/Adriane372Addy” Dardis, who born on St. Croix in about 1805 and baptized on 30 August 180-? in the Anglican Church.373

He was married on 24 November 1831 in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church to Sarah Eliza Watlington, 374 who was born on St. Croix in about 1809 and was baptized in the Anglican Church,375 but by the time of the marriage she was a Lutheran.376

In October 1841, they were living at 4a Fisher Street, Christiansted, married, and he was employed as a Sail Maker, and was a Private in the Fire Corps. 377

He died in 1870.

She died and was buried in the Christiansted cemetery on 22 August 22 1882, a widow, aged 80 [1802]. 378
Children of Peter Berent van Beverhoudt and Adriane Dardis:
15. i. Diderich Dardis van Beverhoudt, b. 3 January 1829

16. ii. Augustus Lafayette Dardis Beverhoudt, b. c1831


Children of Peter Berent and Adriane (Watlington) van Beverhoudt:
17. i. Anna Juliana van Beverhoudt, b. 8 February 1834

18. ii. Petrine Axelline van Beverhoudt, b. 5 April 1837

19. iii. Peter Augustus van Beverhoudt, b. 8 August 1839

20. iv. Celina Victoria van Beverhoudt, b. 30 January 1844

21. v. Mary Virginia van Beverhoudt, b. 18 April 1846
10. Engel Johannes Claudius van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix379 on 24 November 1807 and was baptized on 20 December1807 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as a free mustice. 380 Witnesses at the baptism were: Captain Hoff and wife, Doctor Keutsch and wife, Hans W. Danielsen and Mr. Schmaltz. 381

In 1816, he was living with his mother and siblings in Fisher Street, Christiansted.382

On 2 April 1826, he was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church.383

He had a relationship beginning in about 1826 with Mary Aletta Quickly [a.k.a. Quicly], who was classified as free colored384 and was born on St. Croix in about 1807 and was a member of the Lutheran Church. 385

On 2 April 1826, she was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church.386

In October 1841, he was living with Mary Aletta Quickly, their children, his mother and siblings at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, unmarried and engaged as a Merchant’s Clerk and as a Second Lieutenant in the Fire Corps.387

By October 1860, he was a member of the New Jerusalem Church. 388

In October 1860, they were living with some of their children at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, married, and he occupied as a Managing Clerk. 389

He died in about 1869.

In October 1880, she was living with her son Claudius, his children and other family members at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted, a widow.390


Children of Engel Johannes Claudius van Beverhoudt and Mary Aletta Quickly [a.k.a Quicly]:
20. i. Johannes van Beverhoudt, b. 9 December 1827

21. ii. Claudius van Beverhoudt, b. 16 April 1829

22. iii. Eleonora van Beverhoudt, b. 14 May 1830

23. iv. Engel van Beverhoudt, b. 10 March 1832

24. v. Bertha van Beverhoudt, b. 12 July 1833

25. vi. Mary Johanna van Beverhoudt, b. c1834/1836

26. vii. Amey van Beverhoudt, b. c1836

27. viii. Jarvis Hugh van Beverhoudt, b. c1838

28. ix. Louisa van Beverhoudt, b. c1844

29. xi. Ellen van Beverhoudt, b. c1846

30. xii. Anna van Beverhoudt, b. c1849

31. xiii. Samuel van Beverhoudt, b. c1851

32. xiv. Grace van Beverhoudt, b. c1853

11. Johanna Amey van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix391 in about 1809 and was baptized on 11 June 1809 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as free and a mustice. 392 Witnesses at the baptism were: Mr. Wedeke, Mr. Mouritzen, Mr. Andersen, William Smith, Miss A. Meley, Miss M. E. Yard, Miss M. Fitzpatrick, Eliza Schott and Johanna Briggs. 393

In 1816, she was living with her mother and siblings in Fisher Street, Christiansted. 394

On 2 April 1826, she was confirmed in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church.395

In October 1841, she was living with M. E. Yard at the latter’s home at 1,2,3 Fisher Street, Christiansted, unmarried and employed as a Seamstress. 396

In October 1857, she was living with her mother and sister Dorothy Juliane at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, owned by her mother, and she was a Pensioner.397

In October 1860, she was living with her mother and sister Dorothy Juliane at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, owned by her mother, and she was a Pensioner. 398
12. Thomas Mac Nobney van Beverhoudt was born in about 1812. 399

Married?? Aletta E Williams.

He died and was buried in the Christiansted graveyard on 6 October 1873, unmarried, employed as a Tailor, and his last residence was in the hospital. 400

13. Diderich Magens van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix401 on 5 January 1815 and was baptized on 5 February 1815 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church, classified as a free mustice. 402 Witnesses at the baptism were: Lawyer P. Bou…, Secretary Schmaltz, Cammerraad Kierkhoff, Doctor John Keutch, Merchant T. Bushbey, Mrs Kierkhoff, Mrs. Borch & Mrs. Schmaltz. 403

In 1816, he was living with his mother and siblings in Fisher Street, Christiansted.404

In October 1841, he was living with his mother and siblings at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted, unmarried and engaged as a Merchant’s Clerk and as a Private in the Fire Corps.405

Married Judith Elizabeth James

Died in about 1849


14. Adrian Benjamin van Beverhoudt was born on the 25th January1817 and was baptized on 23 February 1817 in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church and was classified as a free mustice. 406 Witnesses to the baptism were: Edward Colbørnsen and wife, Cornelius De Windt and wife, Bertrand L. van Beverhoudt, Dorothea Juliana van Beverhoudt, Anna Margaritha van Beverhoudt, Elizabeth Muller, Louisa Lands[?], Maria Lassen, Louisia Buchammer.407

Died in 1888.


15. Diderich Dardis van Beverhoudt was born on 3 January 1829 and was baptized in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church on 26 April 1829. 408 He was classified as a free mustice child.409

In 1831, he was living in the household of Michael Dardis.410

In 1835, he was living with Michael B. Dardis, his aunt, uncles, mother and brother at 18a King Street, Christiansted.411

In October 1841, he was living with his mother and grandfather and brother at 18 King Street, Christiansted. 412

In October 1857, he was living with his mother at her property 4 North Street, Christiansted, unmarried and employed as an Upholsterer. 413

In 1864, he was a saddle maker in Puerto Rico,414 but by 1866 he was in Christiansted in the same profession.415 He was married to Rachel Constantia Francis, who was born in about 1839, and was a member of the Lutheran Church.416 In 1864, she was living in Christiansted.417


Children of Diderich Dardis and Rachel Constantia (Francis) van Beverhoudt:
33. i. Lafayette Dardis van Beverhoudt, b. 2 August 1864

34. ii. Florence Augusta van Beverhoudt, b. 18 November 1865


16. Augustus Lafayette Dardis Beverhoudt [a.k.a Jean Lafayette A. Dardis] was born in about 1830418/1831 and was baptized in the Lutheran Mission Church, classified as a mustice. 419

In 1831, he was living in the household of his grandfather Michael [B.] Dardis.420

In 1835, he was living with Michael B. Dardis at his home at 18a King Street, Christiansted, along with his mother, aunt, uncles and brother.421

In October 1841, he was living with his mother, brother and grandfather at 18 King Street, Christiansted. 422


17. Anna Juliana van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix423 on 8 February 1834 and was baptized on 7 September 1834 in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church. 424

In October 1841, she was living with her parents and siblings at 41 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 425


18. Petrine Axelline van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix 426on 5 April 1837 and was baptized on 3 December 1837 in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church. 427

In October 1841, she was living with her parents and siblings at 41 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 428


19. Peter Augustus van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix429 on 8 August 1839 and was baptized on 15 December 1839 in the St. Croix Danish Lutheran Church. 430

In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings at 41 Fisher Street, Christiansted.431


20. Celina Victoria van Beverhoudt was born on 30 January 1844 and was baptized on 16 February 1845 in the Christiansted Anglican Church, with free status.432 Witnesses at her baptism were: James Hunt, Eliza Ebenson and Francis Gibbons. 433

21. Mary Virginia van Beverhoudt was born on 18 April 1846 and was baptized on 13 June 1846 in the Christiansted Anglican Church, with free status. 434 Witnesses at her baptism were: Samuel Crow, Thomas van Beverhoudt, Mrs. Anne Lund and Miss Ridgway. 435


20. Johannes van Beverhoudt was born on 9 December 1827, classified as a free mustice, and was baptized in the Christiansted Lutheran Mission Church on 17 February 1828. 436

In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 437
21. Claudius van Beverhoudt was born on 16 April 1829, classified as free colored, and he was baptized in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church on 2 August 1829.438 By October 1857, he was a member of the “New” Church. 439

In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 440

On 29 January 1855, he was married in the Christiansted Anglican Church, to Adelaide Robson, who was born on St. Croix in about 1832 and was baptized in the Moravian Church,441 by 1846, she was stated to be a member of the Anglican Church.442.443

In October 1857, they were living with their daughter at 52c Company Street, Christiansted, married and he was employed as a Shop Keeper. 444

In October 1860, he was living with his wife and children, and his sister, Amy van Beverhoudt at 19ab Prince’s Street, Christiansted, married, and he was employed as a Trader. 445 [Not certain how Amy van Beverhoudt is his sister, 446 but she was said to be born in about 1837 and was a member of the New Church, and as of 1857 and1860 was unmarried.447]

In October 1870, the family was living at 11 Queen’s Street, Christiansted, and he was married and employed as a Sailor. 448

In October 1880, he was living with his children at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted, a member of the New Church, a widower, and in Trade. 449

In October 1890, he continued to live, with two sisters and Eva Pentheny, at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted, a widower, employed as a Tavern Keeper.450


Children of Claudius and Adelaide (Robson) van Beverhoudt:
35. i. Hester F. van Beverhoudt, b. c1857

36. ii. Claude A. van Beverhoudt, b. c1858

37. iii. Francis van Beverhoudt, b. c1861
21. Eleonora van Beverhoudt was 14 May 1830 and was baptized in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church on 15 August 1830. 451

In October 1841, she was living with her parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 452


22. Engel van Beverhoudt was born on 10 March 1832 and was baptized in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church on 13 May 1832.453

In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 454

In 1860, he was living with his parents and siblings at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried and occupied as a Tailor.455

He was married to Lucinda van Brakle, who was born on St. Croix in about 1842 and baptized in the Anglican Church. 456

In October 1846, she was living with her parents and siblings at 29 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted. 457

In October 1870, he was living with his wife and son and her family at 29 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted, married and employed as a Tailor.458

He died and was buried in the Frederiksted St. Paul’s Anglican graveyard, on 26 December 1870, unmarried, a Tailor, and death caused by Apoplexy.459
Child of Engel and Lucinda (van Brakle) van Beverhoudt:
38. i. Victor van Beverhoudt, b. c1868
23. Bertha van Beverhoudt was born on 12 July 1833 and was baptized in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church on 22 September 1833.460

In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 461

By October 1860, she was a member of the New Jerusalem Church. 462

In October 1860, she was living with her parents and siblings at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried. 463


24. Mary Johanna van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1834/1836 and as of 1860 was a member of the New Jerusalem Church. 464

In October 1841, she was living with her parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 465

In October 1860, she was living with her parents and siblings at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried. 466

In October 1880, she was living with her brother Claudius and his children at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted, a Spinster.467

In October 1890, she continued to live with her brother Claudius and her sister Grace, at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted. 468

25. Amey van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1836 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church. 469

In October 1841, she was living with her parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 470
26. Jarvis Hugh van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1836 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church. 471

In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 472


27. Louisa E. van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1840473/1844 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church. 474

In October 1841, he was living with his parents and siblings, grandmother and aunts and uncles at 45 Fisher Street, Christiansted. 475

As of 1860, she was a member of the New Jerusalem Church. 476

In May 1850, she was living with her sister Ellen at 12ab Prince’s Street, Christiansted, “supported by Father”. 477

In October 1857, it is presumably she who is living with Joseph Robson and Hester Franklin [a.k.a. Frankling] at estate Big Fountain, Northside A Quarter, unmarried.478

In October 1860, she was living with her parents and siblings at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried. 479


28. Ellen van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1842480/1846 and baptized in the Lutheran Church. 481

As of 1860, she was a member of the New Jerusalem Church. 482

In May 1850, she was living with her sister Louisa at 12ab Prince’s Street, Christiansted, “supported by Father”. 483

In October 1860, she was living with her parents and siblings at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried. 484


29. Anna van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1849 and as of 1860 was a member of the New Jerusalem Church. 485

In October 1860, she was living with her parents and siblings at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried. 486


30. Samuel van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1851 and as of 1860 was a member of the New Jerusalem Church. 487

In October 1860, he was living with his parents and siblings at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried. 488


31. Grace van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1853 and was baptized in the Moravian Church. 489

As of 1860, she was a member of the New Jerusalem Church. 490

In October 1860, she was living with her parents and siblings at 5 Hill Street, Christiansted, unmarried. 491

In October 1880, she was living with her Claudius van Beverhoudt and other family members at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted, a Spinster. 492

In October 1890, she continued to live with her brother Claudius and her sister Grace, at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted. 493

32. Hester F. van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1857 and was baptized in the Moravian Church. 494

In October 1857, she was living with her parents at 52c Company Street, Christiansted. 495

In October 1860, she was living with her parents and brother at 19ab Prince’s Street, Christiansted. 496

In October 1880, she was living with her family at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted. 497
33. Claude A. de Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1858 and was baptized in the Moravian Church. 498

In October 1860, he was living with his parents and sister at 19ab Prince’s Street, Christiansted. 499


33. Lafayette Dardis van Beverhoudt was born on 2 August 1864 and baptized in the Christiansted Lutheran Church on 8 November 1864.500
34. Florence Augusta van Beverhoudt was born on 18 November 1865 and baptized in the Christiansted Lutheran Church on 1 April 1866.501
35. Hester F. van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1857 and was baptized in the Moravian Church.502

In October 1870, she was living with her parents and siblings at 11 Queen’s Street, Christiansted. 503

In October 1880, she was living with her father, brother and other family members at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted.504
36. Claude A. van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1858 and was baptized in the Moravian Church.505

In October 1870, she was living with her parents and siblings at 11 Queen’s Street, Christiansted. 506


37. Francis van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1861 and was baptized in the Lutheran Church.507

In October 1870, he was living with his parents and siblings at 11 Queen’s Street, Christiansted. 508

In October 1880, he was living with his father, sister and other family members at 16ab Church Street, Christiansted.509
38. Victor van Beverhoudt was born on St. Croix in about 1868 and was baptized in the Anglican Church.

In October 1870, he was living with his parents at 29 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted. 510

In October 1880, he was living with his grandmother and uncle at 29 Prince’s Street, Frederiksted. 511
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