9th Earl of Huntingdon and Earl of Northumberland, Earl of Lennox, Ea rl of Carlise, Earl of Doncaster
Earl of Huntingdon & Northumberland
Robert of Huntingdon who was reported to have "died young". Stories, tele vision programmes and movies suggest that this son of the Earl of Huntingd on became the legendary outlaw Robin Hood.
Sources: The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215 : The Barons Named in the Mag na Charta, 1215 and Some of their descendants who settled in America duri ng the early colonial years, 5th Ed., Weis  Magna Charta Suretetie s, Frederick Lewis Weis, with additions and corrections by Walter Lee Shep pard Jr. and William R. Beall, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 199 9
Source: Calvin Owen
According to LORILUKE@@prodigy.net The name den Jongh is Dutch for Young. Wyntie was alledgedly a widow wh en she married Aldert. She received 320 acres of land in recognition of h er spouse's public service. She was referred to as Wilhelmina or Lavini a. Her first spouse's name is listed as Aagje Krom. NYG&BR IXX, January 19 39 ; Notes of the Roosa-DeJongh Families" by Dirk De Young,former Americ an Consul at Amsterdam, Netherlands, page 33-34 .....The Oct. 1938 issue of the NYG&BR contains an article on the Roosa-De Jongh families of America, of interest to all who descend from Aldert or A lert Hymanse Roosa and wife Wilhelmina De Jongh, early settlers of Ulst er Co., New York. There are noted references to this family in previous is sues. The author states he has authentic material on the family that trac es the ancestry of the wife of Aldert/Albert back to 1500. This is the bra nch of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's lineage also. The Wyntje Ariens De Jongh lineage is : 5. Adrian De Jongh born about 150 0; 4. Adrian De Jongh, born about 1530; 3. Meerten Adrians De Jongh, bo rn about 1560-70; 2. Adrian Meertensen De Jongh, born about 1600; 1. Wilhe lmina (Wintje) Ariens De Jongh, born about 1630. Her brother, Arien Ariens en De Jongh, was the burgomaster of Herwijnen, and held the power of attor ney of her husband, Aldert. The following records to support the above we re extracted from the Gerechtelijke Archiven vande Gerichtsbank van Tu il of Gelderland, 1588-1681, the judicial archives of the District Cou rt of the district that embraces Herwijnen. (1.) June 29, 1664 : Arien Ariensen De Jongh (brother of Wyntje) convey ed land in Herwijnen to Peter Jans Beuschem, by virtue of power of attorn ey given him by Alert Hymensen Roosa on Feb. 26, 1660, and the security gi ven to bind the transaction was Alert Hermansen's interest in the esta te of the late Arien Meertensen De Jongh, to assure the buyer that any tax es on the same back as far as 1626 would be paid. The estate mentioned w as apparently that of the father of Wilhelmina De Jongh, wife of Alert Roo sa, as he would have acted for her. This documents also indicates that Ari en Meertensen De Jongh was the owner of the land as early as 1626. It reve als that the father of Arien Meertensen De Jongh was Meerten. (2.) March 3, 1660 : Alert Hymanse Roosa, livinf in Herwijnen, conveyed ha lf a tract of land as yet undivided between heirs of Govert Ariensen De Jo ngh, in Hellouw (a mile or so from Herwijnen) and again he pledged his int erest in the estate of the late Arien M. De Jongh as security for the fulf illment of the contract. Ot's further proof that the wife of Aldert was t he daughter of Arien Meertensen De Jongh. THe DeJongh family owned large f owler preserves in Hellouw in the seventeenth century. (3.) March 20, 1637 : Jan Cornelise van Munster conveyed land in Hello uw to Meerten Arien De Jongh, from which we may infer that Meerten De Jong h, of an earlier period in that locality, was the father of Arien Meertens en De Jongh, the father of Wilhelmina De Jongh. (4.) April 26, 1632 : Joris Ariensen De Jongh made a conveyance of la nd in Herwijnen, and gave as security for the contract his interest in t he estate of his grandfather, Joris Ariensen De Jongh. This document prov es that the above conveyance was, as early as 1632, in Herwijnen, had a gr eat grandfather Adrian De Jongh, who must have beeen born circa 1500 or ea rlier, and who was probably the great, great grandfather of Wilhelmina. Ot her De Jongh familis in Holland claim that (Nederlandsche Leeuw, 1922, pa ge 283, & Vol. I, pg 457). (5.) Jan. 11, 1631 : Adrien Evertsen Groot, an heir of Jan Adriensen Groo t, conveyed land in Herwijnen to Adrian Adriensen Joriszoon De Jongh - Adr ian, son of Adrian, son Joris, son of Adrian De Jongh, which again thro ws the De Jongh ancestry of that locality back to Adrian De Jongh born n ot later than 1500. Although the name of this family of De Jonghs was some times spelled de Jong or D'Jong, in the judicial archives it was almost al ways spelled De Jongh. THe signatures were invariably written De Jongh. T he name Adrian is also found in practically all branches of the family. T he author states that he has tried in vain to research the family origi ns to the DeJonghe family of Ghent and Bruges, where their arms were regis tered as early as 1280, one of the patrician families of Flanders. It's h is belief, that this line does spring from that origin, where the letter " h" in our name had its origin. THe families of the name of Holland orig in rarely used the letter "h". In Herwijnen, and elsewhere, the de Jong hs generally held official positions where they resided. The above was by Suzanne Law Hawes 41 White Oak Lane Southampton, NY 119 68 to Lorrraine Luke in August 1994 through the Ulster County Genealogic al Society Surname Project. Additional Sources: "Commemorative Biographical Record of Ulster County, New York" pub. J.H. B eers, Chicago, 1896. Bob Carter at http://users.rootsweb.com/~bcarter/gendex/ in 2/97. mcm-hzl b.FTW. Bradley, Robert Charles. "Ancestors of Robert C. Bradley", web site http:/ /www.unf.edu/~rbradl/ancestor.htm in 1997. De Witt, Sutherland. Lineage of the De Witt Family. Olde Ulster" magazin e, Vol.I, (probably) 1906. Found in the Klyne Esopus Museum, Town of Esopu s, Port Ewen, NYwith the assistance of Dorothy DuMond, Town Historian. Everitt, Rolland D. Rolland D. Everitt, Newport, RI web site: http://users .ids.net/~reveritt/ in 3/1997 & 2/98. Welch, Glorya. Van Aken/Van Auken Newsletter (Ann Croston, editor). 2(3):2 9, 1985. http://www.webpan.com/doutberg/genealogy/generations/DEJONGE.HTML
On 20 March 1637 Jan Corneliuse van Munster conveyed land in Hellouw to Me erten Arien's De JONGH, from which we may infer that Meerten De JONG H, of an earlier period in that locality, was the father of Arien Meerten sen De JONGH, the father of Wilhelmina De JONGH. On 3 March 1660 Alert Hymensen ROOSA, living in Herwijnen, conveyed in Hel louw in the seventeenth century half of a tract of land as yet undivided between the heirs of Govert Ariensen De JONGH, in Hellouw (a mi le or so from Herwijnen), and again he pledged his interest in the esta te of the late Arien Meertensen De JONGH as security for the fulfillme nt of the contract; it is further proof that the wife of Alert or Aldert H ymensen ROOSA was the daughter of Arien Meertensen De JONGH; the De JON GH family owned large fowler preserves A grandson of Adrian Meertensen De JONGH, the father of Wilhelmina De JONG H, namely Dominus (Reverend) Martinus Adrianuse De JONGH, born in 1704, be came a very noted Dutch Reformed minister and was the minister of the Dut ch church in London for many yaers, and a son, a grandson and a great gran dson were all great preachers in their day
Although sometimes spelled de Jong or D'Jong, it is almost always spell ed De Jongh in judicial archives and as signatures. This is true in extra cted documents from old family wills preserved in Gorinchem, a few miles f rom Herwijnen, where the family name was almost invariably spelled De Jong h. The name Adrian is also found in practically all branches of the famil y, and records in Gorinchem reveal "Adrian De Jonghs" earlier even than He rwijnen. Some sources have tried in vain to trace the origin of this De Jongh fami ly back to the De Jonghs of Ghent and Bruges, where the arms were register ed as early as 1280, one of the patrician families in Flanders. It is my b elief, however, that we do spring from that origin, where the letter " h" in our name had its origin. The families of the name of Holland orig in rarely used the letter "h". In Herwijnen, and elsewhere, these De Jong hs generally held official positions where they resided. On 11 January 1631 Adriaen Evertsen GROOT, heir of Jan Adriensen GROOT, co nveyed land in Herwijnen to Adrian Adriensen Joriszoon De JONGH-Adrian, s on of 28572-Adrien, son of 57488-Joris, son of 114976-Adrian De JONGH, whi ch again throws the De JONGH ancestry of that locality back to Adrian De J ONGH born not later than 1500. On 26 April 1632 Joris Adriensen De JONGH made a conveyance of land in Her wijnen, and gave as security for the contract his interest in the esta te of his grandfather, Joris Ariensen De JONGH; this document proves th at the conveyor above was, as early as 1632, in Herwijnen, had a great gra ndfather Adrian De JONGH, who must have been born about 1500 or earlier, a nd who was probably the great great grandfather of Wilhelmina Ariens De JO NGH See: http://www.bdhhfamily.com/adrien_de_jongh.htm
He was buried in Stanlaw Abbey.
Magna Charta Surety Source: Weis, Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, 4th ed., pgs vii-viii Excommunicated by Pope Innocent