Here is my quick Stockholm line:
Andries Stockholm (b. 1696) m. Margaret Wiltsie (b. 1696)
Andries Stockholm (1733-1781) m. Annetie Hendrickson (1739-1814)
Harmonus Stockholm (b. 1766) m. Jannetje
DeBevoise (b. 1777)
(1803-1858) m. Anne Lott (1808-1894)
Jane Ann Stockholm (1830-1900) m. Charles J. DeBevoise (1829-1899)
(parents of Elizabeth Elmira DeBevoise)
Jane Ann Stockholm and Charles J. DeBevoise
Here are a couple of New Year's
cards from an Andrew Stockholm.
This is a photo of an embroidery by Jane, 1845
This one is a quarterly report card from the 'Grand Street English and
Classical School', 1848 for Harmon Stockholm. Not sure yet, either a
brother or cousin of Jane's.
This is the title of, and a map, dated 1861, of the estate of Andrew Stockholm, showing
the division for his children:
Jane A. DeBevoise wife of Charles J. DeBevoise
Sarah E. Hulst wife of Peter D. Hulst
From a large auction property map, showing six parcels of land to be sold.
"Jere. Johnson, Jr., Auctioneer
has been instructed by Harmon J. Stockholm & Abraham DeBevoise, Executors,
to sell at Auction,
Without Reserve, at Twelve o'clock, on
Tuesday, Decem. 13, 1881, at Reitzner's Boulevard Garden and Hotel, 511 Bushwick
All the Lots shown on the above diagrams, situated on Bushwick and Evergreen
Beaver, Belvidere, Locust, Park, Ellery, Himrod and Harmon Streets. The
lots are all on high
ground, and are the best in the 18th Ward for improvement, investment, or
The properties are indicated in red on these modern day
maps of Bushwick, NY.