Genealogy of the Onderdonk Family in America

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privately printed., 1910 - 374 pages
A genealogy of the descendants of Andries Adrianse Onderdonk of New Castle, Delaware. He married 11 Nov 1683 Maria Van der Vliet. He died before 13 Aug 1687 in Jamaica.
 

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