was born in September 1653 at Geffen, Netherlands. He was baptized on 5 October 1653 at Geffen, North Brabant, Netherlands. He was the son of David Ackerman
and Lysbeth Bellier
. David Ackerman was found on a passenger list on 2 September 1662 at d"Vos, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. He resided at at 1 Broadway, New York City, New York County, New York, between 1678 and 1685; The records and deed indicate that in May 1658, William Iaaacsen Vredenburh arrived on the ship "Gilded Beaver" at New Amsterdam fro the Hague, Holland. In 1673 he was ordered to move from his house, under the walls of Fort William Hendrick, which was to be torn down because it interferred with the defence of the Fort. He was promised satisfaction by Gov. Colve, and the Survayer was directed to set off Lot No. 1 on the West side of Bradway, in what was formerly the garden of the West Inidai Company building. In 1674 this was rated a third class property, with a value estimated at beng equal to $1000.00 by the mid 1800's, whe David T. Valentine was writing his "History of the City of New York."
David Ackermnan purchase the property fo 1,750 gilders in Wampum. He and Hillegond Ver Planken
obtained a marriage license on 13 March 1680 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. David Ackerman David Ackerman as Patentee paid Qit Rents for three years (1680-1683) on 540 acres in Essex County NJ (now part of Bergen County) circa 1683. He joined the Reformed Dutch Church, N. Y. C. May 30 1683 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York, 30 May 1683. He resided at at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey, in 1685. He David and his wife Hilleogont were two fo the few who organized the Ref. Dutch Church ast Hackensack, NJ.
His initials are carved in the outside wall of the church tower with others. 1686. On between 1695 and 1700 Was on the "West Ward" tax list N. Y. C.
On between 1695 and 1700 He is on the "West Ward" New York City tax lists.
He held the position of Justice of the Peace for Essex County in July 1699. He left a will on 2 October 1710 at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.
"David Ackerman Sr. of Hackensack." In it is mentioned wife Hillegond and children, David, Hohannes and Mary. Heredity rights in New York Propert are left to his daughter. These rights coming through his wife's share in her father's estate. It was customary for property coming from the mother, to be left to her daughter. David left grain and saw mills to his sons.
The will is withessed by Ablbert Stevense, Laurens Van Buskerk and Jan Terhuyn.
He died before 4 June 1724 at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. His estate was proved on 4 June 1724 at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.