Aeltje Braconie (daughter of Eli Braconie) was born Abt. 1588 in Netherlands, and died June 22, 1679 in Gowanus, Orange Co., N. Y.. She married Cornelius Lambertse Cool on Bef. 1615.

Notes for Aeltje Braconie:
Also know as Alien Brackhonge; also as Aeltje Baconye (Ei Braconye's sister); also as Altien Braconie; also as Aeltje Brackoengie; also as Aeltje Brookhange.

She married Thomas Badie, circa 1603. She married Cornelius Lambertse Cool before 1615.

She resided between 1627 and 1637 New Amsterdam, New York Co., N. Y. She married Willem Bredenbent on September 4, 1644, they had no issue. Marriage banns for she and Willem Bredenbent were published on October 9, 1644.

She and Willem Bredenbent resided in 1650 in Gowanus, Breukelen Province, N. Y.

She left a will in 1670, states that Mary Badye was her daughter from a previous marriage.

Dates of death vary: June 22, 1670, circa 1683.

More About Aeltje Braconie and Cornelius Lambertse Cool:
Marriage: Bef. 1615

Children of Aeltje Braconie and Cornelius Lambertse Cool are:

  1. +Aeltje Cornelis Cool, b. Abt. 1615, Gowanus, Brooklyn, N. Y.1, 2, d. April 14, 1683, Flatlands, Kings Co., N. Y.3, 4.

1. Thomas Baddie/BADIE/BADYE, of France, b. 1585-7; d. ca. 1610,
Netherlands; m. 1606, Aeltje/Alten Altie
Brackhoengie/Bricone/Breckanne/Brackhonge/Braconnie/Braconye (b. 1588 or 89,
Netherlands; d. ca. 1684, age 95, Brooklyn, (prob Flatbush) NY, bur.
Churchyard in Brooklyn, with dau, g-d and her g-d's husband Adam Brouwer),
dau of Eli Braconie. She m2. 1637, Cornelis Lambertse Cool (d. ca. Nov
1643) (no issue). She m3. Sep 4, 1644, Willem Bredenbent/
Bredenbend/Braden-Bent, from Cologne (no issue). Bradenbent was School
Fiscaal - 1638, New Amsterdam. Schepen, Brooklyn - 1654..1664. He owned a
farm at Gravesend. No children. She was, at the time of her death, the
wealthiest individual living in the Province of New York. Thomas was the
Treasurer of The Dutch West India Company. Cornelis had daughters, who m.
Gerret Wolfertszen Van Couwenhoven, and Claes Jansen van Enden, who were
covered by a pre-nuptual agreement of Aeltje's m3, with respect to his
property, including a plantation in Gowanus. She probably came to America
with her daughter, Mary before 1636. She was probably of Dutch heritage,
but may have been Walloon or French.