1723, Feb 51788, Jan 21
Although nothing is known about Hendrickson's secular education, he received catechismal instruction under the direction of the pastor of the Dutch Reformed Church. Hendrickson's primary occupation was that of a farmer, and, like his father, he amassed a large amount of property. About his art Schenck wrote: "He had an unusual genius for painting as without any known instruction and in a creditable manner he executed life-size portraits in oil of himself, several of his family, of a dau. [sic] of Gov. Belcher and also one of the Rev. W. Erickson now in the possession of the author."
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