Origin of the name ALYD.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name ALYD.
contracted form of Adelheyd
(q.v.), meaning "a noble person." (Ulster County, N.Y. Probate
Records, Anjou, v.1, 1906).
I. Jan van
Doorn, stated to be living near Cothen, in the province of Utrecht, only
about three miles from Doorn. He m. Alyd, dau. of Jan van
Bloemersween (or Bloemerweerde). Their male children were (1) Jan
(see next paragraph). (2) Nicholaas, who m. Ermgard, dau. of
Jan Roeter, and was living in 1480. (3) Aert, who m. Machteld, dau.
of Jan Granwert. He had a son Willem, who m. Catharina, dau. of Jan
van Derthuysen. It is stated that Nicholas and his son Willem were
also named van Brockhuysen.
II. Jan van Doorn, who m. Alyd van Dompselaer.
His son was:
III. Jan van Doorn, who m. Willemina van Soudenbalck
(or Zondenbalg). He is mentioned in 1493. His son was:
IV. Nicholas van Doorn, who m. Machteld, dau. of Jan
Troeye and Maria Granwert. He is mentioned in 1500. Their male
children were: (1) Jan see next paragraph). (2) Willem, who m. Alyd
Vuysting. (3) Jan Willem, who m. Elsebé, dau. of Gerrit van Hensden.
He carried his coat-of-arms broken with that of his wife's family van
Hensden, and had children... (The Van Doorn Family (Van
Doorn, Van Dorn, Van Doren, Etc.) in Holland and America, 1088-1908,