Johannes Abeel was an Albany, New York and public official. He was the thirteenth mayor of Albany. Johannes was born on March 23, 1667 in Albany, New York, Christopher Janse Abeel, a prosperous merchant and landowner, Neiltje Jans Croom, he was the third of four children and the only boy born to his parents, who emigrated to New York from Holland in 1647. Johannes was born shortly after Great Britain assumed control of the former Dutch colony of New Netherland and renamed it as New York in 1664.. He exported the furs to London and received rum, dry goods, other items, some of which were for British soldiers garrisoned in Albany and Upstate New York, most of which he resold at a profit. Abeel used some of his profits to take part in land purchase and development, including the 1705 Westenhook Patent. Abeel served as Assistant Alderman for the Third Ward in 1688, was Alderman from 1691 to 1693 and again in 1700. From 1694 to 1695 and 1709 to 1710 Abeel served as Mayor of Albany, appointed by the royal governor of New York, per the provisions of the original city charter, issued by Governor Thomas Dongan.
In 1695, 1701, 1702 Abeel served as a member of the New York Assembly. In 1702 he was appointed Judge of the Albany County Court and Albany City Recorder, in 1705 he accepted appointment as a Master in Chancery. On April 10, 1694, Abeel married Catalina Schuyler, she was the daughter of David Pieterse Schuyler and Catharina Verplanck, who both died during the Schenectady massacre of 1690, the sister of Albany mayors, David Davidse Schuyler and Myndert Schuyler. They had five children: Catalina Abeel. Christoffel Abeel, who married Margueritta Breese in 1720. Neiltje Abeel David Abeel, who married Mary Duyckinck Jannette Abeel Abeel died in Albany on January 28, 1711, he was buried in the Second Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery on Beaver Street, one of several downtown burial grounds that had their remains removed to Albany Rural Cemetery in the 1830s. According to a contemporary newspaper account, workmen moving remains at Second Church uncovered his tombstone, inscribed "Here lies the body of John Abeel who departed this life ye 28 day of Jan'y.
1711, in the 44 year of his age." It is not known. After his death, his widow remarried to Rutger Janse Bleecker, a son of Jan Jansen Bleecker, both of whom served as Mayor of Albany. Through his eldest daughter Catalina, he was the grandfather of David Mathews, the Mayor of New York City under the British during the American Revolution. Through his son Christoffel, he was the grandfather of Johannes Abeel, who lived with the Native Americans and had a child with Gah-hon-no-neh, John "Cornplanter" Abeel, who became the chief of the Seneca Indians. Other descendants of Johannes Abeel through his daughter include Murray Dodd and Lewis Wilkieson Johnstone, both Members of the House of Commons of Canada. Through Cornplanter, Abeel's descendants include Chief Edward Cornplanter and artists Carrie Cornplanter and Jesse Cornplanter
While Waiting for the Red Spectacles is a 1987 radio drama written and directed by Mamoru Oshii. The music is performed by Kenji Kawai, it was released in 2000 as a limited CD drama bundled with Kerberos Panzer Cop: Complete Book edition. The term kerberos is a reference to Hades' three-headed watchdog of hell in the Greek mythology, it is used to designate the Panzer Cops. As tachigui professionals, the legendary Fast Food Grifters have the privilege to eat in stand-and-eat street restaurants without paying; the Red Spectacles was released in Japanese theaters the following month. The Fast Food Grifter assassination episode which led to both the Metropolitan Police's dismantlement order and the Kerberos Riot is portrayed in Kerberos Panzer Cop: Conclusion's Act 6. Tachiguishi-Retsuden was written by Mamoru Oshii in 2004, it extends. Kerberos saga historical background and significant dates in both the fictitious history; the narration is about events happening to Koichi Todome while exiled from Japan after the Kerberos Riot, before Inui came to Taiwan seeking for him.
The portrayed events can be localized in the saga's timeline between the prologue of The Red Spectacles and StrayDog. In 1999, 3rd night: Story of the incident of Fast Food Grifter Cold Badger Masa's clubbing to death was adapted in comic to become Kerberos Panzer Cop Act 6. 1st night: Kerberos Night - The Rise and Fall of the Panzer Detective2nd night: Kerberos Night - Dog's name: "Koichi Todome"3rd night: Tachiguishi Night - Story of the incident of Fast Food Grifter Cold Badger Masa's clubbing to death4th night: Tachiguishi Night - The Fast Food Grifter becoming a myth?5th night: Tachiguishi Night - Does the dog throw into the darkness of the battle and just leave? The drama was broadcast on Radio Nihon in January 1987, one month before the release of The Red Spectacles. In September 2000, it was released as a CD drama bundled with the Kerberos Panzer Cop: Complete Book manga; the two musical themes were released, in Kenji Kawai's "Cinema Anthology" audio CD boxset. 局員A: Akio Ōtsuka 局員B: Takashi Matsuyama 局員C: Rei Sakuma 局員D: Mako Hyodo Airport announcer: Rei Sakuma Police radio A: Takashi Matsuyama Police radio B: Haji Takaya Police radio C: Akio Ohtsuka Narrator: Haji Takaya 原案・脚本: Mamoru Oshii, 録音演出: 調整:, 音楽: 監督: Recording studio: Tokyo TV Center Original edition: Pair Pair Animage / Radio Japan Broadcast: January 26~30 1987 Kenji Kawai's official website