Yellis de Manderville
was also known as Aegidus Jansz Mandeville. He was also known as Gillis Mandeville. He was also known as Giles Jansen de Mandeville. He was also known as Gillis Jansz Manderville. Yellis de Manderville was born in 1624 at Normandy, France. Yellis de Manderville was born in 1625 at Garderen, The Veluwe, Zeeland, Netherlands. He was the son of Jan Michaelsz de Mandeville
and Trintgen Wilms
. Yellis de Manderville was baptized in June 1626 at Doesburg, Gelderland, Netherlands. He married Elizabeth Hendricks
in 1645 at Guilderland, Netherlands. Yellis de Manderville held the position of a farmer in the village of Voorthuizen near his parents home at Garderen, Netherlands in 1657 at Voorthuizen, Netherlands. He resided at at Voorthuizen, Netherlands, in 1657. He immigrated on 12 February 1659; came to America in the ship "de Trouw" (Faith)
Yellis de Mandeville came to America in the de Trouw (Faith), 12 Feb., 1659, with his "wife and four children of 1 1/4, 5, 6 and 9 years. " The children's names are not given, and Yellis is called Gilles Jansen Van Garder. (Garderen in the Veluwe, Guelderland, Holland.) He paid £50 for the passage of his wife and himseld, and £10 for each child; or 90 guilders in all. The name of Gillis de Mandeivile on the original list of the vessel Moesman, in April, 1659, indicates that he was not a passenger, but only a debtor to the Dutch West India Company, for a small sum advanced by them. Yellis probably lived for a time somewhere on Long Island. Two of his children were from New amersfoort (Flatlands). He was perhaps that Gilles Jansen rated there in Sept., 1676, for 10 morgens of land, etc. He and Elizabeth Hendricks
were members at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York, 31 May 1667. Yellis de Manderville resided at at Greenwich, New York City, New York County, New York, in 1696. Gillis owned 146 acres of land in three separate tracts. There were 30 acres in Greenwich, now part of Greenwich Village in downtown New York City. There were 96 acres of pasture land near Greenwich on the west side of the Hudson River. There were 20 acres on Long Island now part of the Flatlands district of Brooklyn. In 1696. He left a will on 15 September 1696
In his will he calls himself "Jellis Manderville of Greenwich in City of New York," and he signed his will "Yeelise de Manderville." He names wife, Elsie, and leaves son Hendrick Manderville in preference to all other gifts and "in regard of his being my eldest son, all that my farm in Queens Co., in the jurisdiction of Hempstead," with houses, barnes etc. He leaves son, David, the negro Peter andL50, and all the rest of his estate to his children.
He died in May 1701 at New York City, New York County, New York. His estate was proved on 22 May 1701.