Descendants of Jan Jacobsz de HAAN and Neeltje Cornelisdr

This Descendant Journal contains all the descendants of Jan Jacobsz de HAAN and Neeltje Cornelisdr that I have been able to identify to-date. Jan and Neltje were married in 1671 in Katwijk aan Zee and had at least six children that I am aware of. Their granddaughter Aaltje Cornelisdr de HAAN, married Cornelis Krijnsz van der PLAS. See the Pedigree Chart below.

To read this Descendant Journal go directly to the Table of Contents near the bottom of the page.

 Een namiddag te Katwijk aan Zee by Salomon Leonardus Verveer

Cornelis Jan 'Case' VANDERPLAS, son of Jan Cornelis 'John' van der PLAS and Christina 'Stien' GUTTER. He was born in Schoorl. NH, and emigrated to Canada in 1949. Case maried Katherine WATSON and they live in Oakville, Ontario. 

Jan Jacobsz de HAAN is the extent of the de HAAN Line that I have geen able to find to-date. Jan Jacobsz would have been Case's ggggggg grandfather.


DNA Matches to Case VANDERPLAS on Ancestry or MyHertitage* in this Family Journal;
.Click on underlined to see Relationship Chart .... x denotes number of times removed.
2nd Cousin
Monique SAVELKOEL - 164.6 cM* - 2nd cous x.
3rd Cousin
Rene van der PLAS - 155.3 cM* - 3rd cousin x.
William NAT - 73.5 cM* - 3rd cousin
Sven BIJSTER - 66 cM - 3rd cousin x
M.V. van den BROEK - 23 cM - 1/2 3rd cousin x.

5th Cousin

Cees van DUIJN - 43.2 cM* - 5th cousin.
Maartje van RIJN - 25.5 cM* - 5th cousin.
Nellie van der PLAS - 43 cM* - 5th cousin x.
Jordan DAVIES - 19.3 cM* - 5th cousin xx.

For more pictures of the van der PLAS Family go to Jansje's Album, also Jan & Stien's Wedding.

Table of Contents

  Descendants of Jan Jacobs de HAAN
  Surname List
  Index of Names
  Sources (Bibliography)

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Latest Revision April 4, 2022

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