1Conklin Mann, John Concklin of Flushing and Rye, New York, The American Genealogist Vol. 26, pp. 129-131 (Jul 1950).
"1. John Concklin is the accepted founder of a prolific Hudson River Valley family, the members of which for more than 150 years spelled the name Concklin regardless of how others wrote it. Many persons have studied this family during the past century without as yet establishing one fact concerning John Concklin previous to his purchase in 1665 of land in Rye while a resident of Flushing, Long Island.
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He may have been a son of that Jacob Concklyne, glass maker, of Awlsworth Parish, Nuthall, who on 12 April 1637 married, Elizabeth Hickman, spinster, at St. Nicholas Church. Jacob may have been a brother of cousin of John and Ananias Concklyne. All three were glass-makers on the Derby-Nottinghamshire border. On 25 June 1642, Elizabeth Concklyne, widow, of Nuthall, married Thomas Cooke, pistor (baker) of Ikeston, co. Derby.
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Children of John Concklin and [Helena ------]:
2 i. Nicholas2, b. ca. 1661, by his own testimony.
3 ii. John, b. say 1663-65.
4 iii. Catalyntje, b. say 1667; m. ca. 1691, Garrett Van Weert of Phillipsburgh.
5 iv. Edmund, b. say 1670.
6 v. Deliverance, b. 1672, at Rye, N. Y.
7 vi. Marritje, b. say 1674; m. ca. 1701, Barent Dutcher of Phillipsburgh. She was dead by 29 Dec. 1717.
8 vii. Samuel, b. say 1676.
9 viii. Joseph, b. say 1680.".