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On the Andrews Congruence for the Fibonacci Quotient
(Fibonacci Association, 2015-11)
We show that a congruence discovered by George E. Andrews in 1969 for the Fibonacci quotient directly implies a simpler congruence found by Hugh C. Williams in 1991.
Van Oudenhoven: Some New Ancestry of the Verveelen Family
(New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 2013)
This article extends the Van Oudenhoven ancestry figuring in the author's 2015 publication "A note on the family of Thomas Chatfield, great-uncle of the three Chatfield brothers of Connecticut, and probable father-in-law ...
The parentage of Sir Justus Beck
(Notes & Queries / Oxford University Press, 2012-03)
This note demonstrates that Sir Justus Beck (1679–1722), 1st Baronet, was baptized 8 November 1679 at Amsterdam, as Joost, son of Jacob George Beck and Margaretha de Smeth.
A Characterization of Wilson-Lerch Primes
This note presents criteria in terms of Bernoulli numbers for a prime to be simultaneously a Wilson prime and a Lerch prime.
A matrix variation on Ramus's identity for lacunary sums of binomial coefficients
(International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science / Lebanese University, Beirut, 2017-01)
We study the well-known lacunary sums of binomial coefficients considered, most notably, by Christian Ramus, and their connection to a special kind of harmonic number associated with the first case of Fermat's Last Theorem. ...
Van Dongen: a new name in the ancestry of the Verveelen family
(New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 2013-03)
A power-of-attorney granted by the New Netherland colonist Daniel Verveelen in 1658 mentions his "great-grandmother Catharina Jans van Dongen." This article examines the question of whether she was the same as his known ...