Thank you for visiting the Vermilyea (Vermillera, Vermilya, Vermilye, Vermilyea, Vermilyen and Vermilyer) Family Reunion Web Site. This site is maintained for the pleasure of the descendants of Johannes and Aeltje (Waldron) Vermelje. Johannes who was born in 1632 at Leyden, Holland, immigrated to America in 1662 on the ship “De Purmerland Kerch”, arriving at New Harlem and settling on Manhattan Island. On August 27, 1670 he married Aeltje Waldron, and from this couple the persons living today using the surname spellings of Vermillera, Vermilya, Vermilye, Vermilyea, Vermilyen and Vermilyer descend. An attempt is being made to document all known reunions held by these families to add to this site. Please check the links to the right to view information and pictures that are currently available. I welcome additional information and pictures. The first nine generations of “The Vermilyea Family (Vermillera, Vermilya, Vermilye, Vermilyea, Vermilyen and Vermilyer), Descendants of Johannes Vermelje, New York 1662-2019”, compiled by Sandra Vermilyea Todd is now available at this site. This version is available as a PDF, follow the links below. Enjoy……
HELP!! MISSING FAMILY MEMBERS ………….INFORMATION NEEDED
As Historian for the Vermilyea Family, I am always searching for information on family members that for lack of parent’s names can’t be added to our family tree. I have been unable to make a positive identification for the two remaining families listed below. If you have any information, even a clue — please contact me with your findings.
Some of these persons show up on records with numerous surname spellings.
Your help would be appreciated.
UPDATED January 2, 2019
James Vermilye, (UNKNOWN) UPDATED May, 6, 2018
John Vermilya (UNKNOWN – Previously connected to David Vermilya, #35 in the Third Generation) UPDATED July, 4, 2017
THE VERMILYEA FAMILY
(Vermillera, Vermilya, Vermilye, Vermilyea, Vermilyen and Vermilyer)
Compiled by Sandra Vermilyea Todd
In 1998 I published the first Vermilyea genealogy book, since then many updates have been published. New information continues to be added, however some persons are still unaccounted for. I would appreciate any additional information to add to this genealogy. No one recorded in the first seven generations is still living, but in a couple cases descendants were listed that are, these names and their information has been blocked (XXXXXXXX).
Use the Reader or Browser search features to locate names in the file. Links are added for persons with photos or documents.
* Next to number indicates this person has descendants and continues to the next generation.
Blank pages have been inserted to maintain proper printing order of pages.
History of the Vermilya, Vermilye, Vermilyea, Vermilyer Family and Siblings of Johannes Vermelje
(Written by Carl P. Vermilyea for the original Vermilyea Genealogy publication)
Generations 1-4 which includes the cover page (UPDATED January 2, 2019. Updates in RED
Generation 5 (UPDATED January 2, 2019. See pages 135, 244, 265, 287, 290, 302, 303, 312, 319 and 331) Updates in RED
Generation 6 (UPDATED January 2, 2019. Many pages of updates) Updates in RED
Generation 7 (UPDATED January 9, 2019. Many pages of updates) Updates in RED
Generation 8 (UPDATED January 11, 2019. See pages 1378, 1404, 1437, 1443, 1602 and 1603) Updates in RED
Generation 9 (UPDATED January 11, 2019. See pages 1754, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1845, 1857, 1861 and 1862) Updates in RED
ALL PHOTOS ARE LINKED IN THE GENERATION FILES