Jonas Bronck (alternatively, Jonas Jonsson Brunk, Jonas Jonasson Bronk, Jonas Jonassen Bronck) was born around year 1600 and died in 1643.Bronck was an immigrant to the Dutch colony of New Netherland after whom the Bronx River, and by extension, the county and New York City borough of the Bronx are named.
Different theories account for Bronck's origin. The town of...
On June 18, 1638 Bronck signed his banns of marriage as...
Jonas Jonson Bronck (Komstad, circa 1600 – 1643), ook bekend als Jonas Jonasson Bronk of Jonas Joanssen Bronck, was een Zweedse immigrant in Nieuw-Nederland.De plaats The Bronx (tegenwoordig een borough van New York) is naar hem genoemd, zij het indirect.
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Jonas Jonasson Bronck (* um 1600 in Komstad, Småland; † 1643) war 1638 der erste europäische Siedler an der Mündung des Hudson River ().Nach ihm ist der Stadtteil Bronx (ursprünglich The Bronck's Land) benannt. 1642 wurde in seinem Gehöft im Gebiet der heutigen Bronx, das er Emaus nannte, ein Friedensvertrag zwischen den niederländischen Behörden und den dort ansässigen Lenape ...
The Bronx County Historical Society is a private non-profit organization that collects and disseminates historical material and information about the New York City borough of the Bronx, as well as southern Westchester County, New York . The Society collects items such as books, reports, photographs, objects, and other artifacts about the Bronx ...
Recent research tries to document that Jonas Bronck (c. 1600 – c. 1643), who gave name to The Bronx, New York, United States, was born in Komstad. Komstad was previously the location for the parish's Thing and was the main village in Västra Härad (western part of Njudung). But when the railroad was constructed in the 1860s, nearby Sävsjö ...
The American poet William Bronk was a descendant of Pieter Bronck, either Jonas Bronck's son or his younger brother, but most probably a nephew or cousin, as there was an age difference of 16 years. Much work on the Swedish claim has been undertaken by Brian G. Andersson, former Commissioner of NYC's Dept. of Records, who assisted in organizing ...
Aug 12, 2018 · Jonas Bronck made his way to the coast on the Baltic Sea where he became a sailor in the Danish merchant marines, and later transferred to the Dutch fleet. The theory that Bronck was a Swede has been adopted by the official historian of the Bronx, Lloyd Ultan, the Bronx Historical Society and other publications.
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Lo nom "Bronx" ven de Jonas Bronck, qu'establiguèt lo primièr poblament europèu dins la zona a l'epòca de la colonia dels Nòus Païses Basses en 1639.    Los indians natius Lenape foguèron desplaçats pels colons après 1643.
Mar 18, 2008 · You are right ! Jonas Bronck had no children. I am also related to the Bronck family. My grandmother was Lily Bronck Greene who was born in Coxsackie, NY as was my mother, Marion Greene Brown. We are descended from Pieter! He too had a Dutch wife. Jonas’ father was a minister in Sweden and Pieter was believed to be Jonas’ brother.