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  1. VAN CURLER MUSIC CO V. VAN CURLER MUSIC CO CLAIM THIS BUSINESS. WESTERN AVE STE 3 ALBANY, NY Get Directions () Business Info. Founded ; Incorporated ; Annual Revenue $,; Employee Count 3; Industries Retail - Sheet Music; Contacts.
  2. Michael Jon Van curler, age 48, Buena Park, CA View Full Report Known Locations: Buena Park CA, , Buena Park CA , Paramount CA Possible Relatives: Patricia L Bennett, Dennis H Vancurler, Lacey Jane Vancurler.
  3. Van Curler mined alone on Van Curler's Bar by shoveling in for about 25 years, Estimates of his production vary from $20, to $40,, but it is probable that the smaller figure is more nearly correct. He diverted the Chena River through an old channel by means of a large wing dam, much of which still stands, and shmeled in.
  4. Arent Van Curler, the founder of Schenectady, was born at Nykerk, in Holland, and was baptized February 6, In his eighteenth year he came to New Netherland as assistant to the commissary in Rensselaerswyck, the great manor of Kiliaen van Rensselaer who had received control of the land from the Dutch West India Company.
  5. 3 great grandparents: Benoni Van Curler (about in prob. Albany, NY to about in probably Albany, NY) and Elizabeth Van der Poel (d. ofAnthony Cornelis Van der Poel) (died after , date of her will) Married: June 2, in Albany, NY.
  6. View CHARLES VAN CURLER’S profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. CHARLES has 5 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile Title: Assistant Superintendent at A & R .
  7. Hudson~Mohawk~Schoharie History From America's Most Famous Valleys. Van Curler Genealogy, submitted by Louis E. Cuyler. 1. Arendt Van Corlear came to New York in Married Antonia Slaaghboom, wid. of James Brouck, in He was drowned in Lake Champlain Will dated , willing to Anna Shaets for son Bennoni.
  8. Exhibit Credits: Scripted and produced by Bill Greer, an NNI trustee and author of The Mevrouw Who Saved Manhattan, A Novel of New Amsterdam. Based on James K. Bradley's Before Albany: An Archaeology of Native-Dutch Relations in the Capital Region, Albany: New York State Museum Bulletin , , and "Visualizing Arent van Curler," de Halve Maen, Spring,

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