The Kingston Daily Freeman; Tuesday, 28 May 1929
i t While it will be noted that of these early cititens were I __ either Dutch of French Huguenot I : " , there are a few good o l d i n e Wl5 do 'nK n ^ ,, iÂ».. ,,-Â» r?Â«, day inorninr. extraction, there are a few good v English names, and at least one man--that of Schoonmaker thÂ« nro- Irs OIL 1C4K^3(. V I I C VCI ~ i oan--that of Schooamaker. the fig-! genitor of which family in Ulster ex- ! was Hendrlck Schoonmaker. run! came to this country from Hamburg The ' i n 1654. in the sen-ice of India company and settled in M Kingston) upon the expiration of his term of enlistment.