was also known as Barent Bloom. Barent Blom was born circa 1693 at Probably, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He resided at at Flushing, Queens County, New York, circa 1710. He paid 6 shillings towards support at Grace Church, Jamaica, Queens County, New York, 1710. He married Femmetie Fardon
, daughter of Jacobus Verdon
and Femmitie Westervelt
, circa 1713. Barent Blom left a will on 29 August 1726 at Flushing, Queens County, New York.
"In the name of God, Amen, I Barent Blom of Flushing in Kings County, yeoman, being in health, I leave to my wife Femmettie Blom the use of houses and lands and estate in Flushing and the use of all personal estate, so ong as seh remains my widow. But if sher marries, she is to have L100. I leave to my grandsons, Gerritt, John, Abraham, George, and Isaac, my home and lands in Orange County; also the houses and lands in Flushing after the death of my wife. Also the moveable estate. Only my sons John, Abraham, George and Jacob shall have L30 each and Gerritt L10 before any division. I make my wife and my sons executors. Witnesses: Gabriel Luff, Edward Jones, Adam Lawrence, and Joseph Luff.
He wrote a codicil on 3 April 1733; "Whereas I have purchased lands in Jamaica in Queens County and at Flatbush and New Lotts so called in Queens County and whereas my son John is dead without issue. I give all the said lands to my four sons. Witnesses: Cornelius Hoogland, Ellert Hoogland, and Joseph Smith." His estate was proved on 29 March 1735.