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Rezeau, Margaret   (1763 - 1823)
b. 23 FEB 1763, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 26 DEC 1823, Monmouth Co., NJ

father: Rezeau, Peter
mother: Poillon, Mary
spouse: Covenhoven, Daniel
m. 9 FEB 1786, Monmouth County, NJ

-----child: Conover, Garret Rezo (1786 - 1861)
-----child: Conover, Tylee (1791 - 1847)
-----child: Conover, Eleanor
-----child: Conover, Elizabeth
-----child: Conover, Daniel (1798 - 1798)
-----child: Conover, Daniel (1800 - 1861)

Reference: The Van Kouwenhoven-Conover Family, by Lincoln Cocheu, reprinted in Genealogies of Long Island Families, Volume II, Article reproduced on Broderbund Software's Family Archive CD #173.



Rezeau, Peter   (abt. 1739 - 1813)
b. abt. 1739, Richmond Co., NY
d. 27 FEB 1813, Southfield, Richmond Co., NY

spouse: Poillon, Mary
m. 10 DEC 1761, Richmond County, NY

-----child: Rezeau, Margaret (1763 - 1823)

Source: will

Reference: The Van Kouwenhoven-Conover Family, by Lincoln Cocheu, reprinted in Genealogies of Long Island Families, Volume II, Article reproduced on Broderbund Software's Family Archive CD #173.



Rokos, Anna   (1846 - 1913)
b. 16 JUL 1846, Bohemia, Austrian Empire
d. 14 DEC 1913, Killingsworth, CT
burial: The Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY, Tulip Grove Lot 165

father: Rokos, Joseph
mother: Wackova, Elizabeth
spouse: Vrtacek, Joseph (1843 - 1924)
-----child: Vrtacek, Rose (1874 - 1956) married Frank Vyborny
-----child: Vrtacek, Emma (1878 - 1927) married Wayne Parker
-----child: Vrtacek, Joseph (1880 - 1958) married Rose Trisnak
-----child: Vrtacek, Charlie (1886 - ??)
-----child: Vrtacek, Anna (1888 - 1936)
-----child: Vrtacek, Carrie (?? - ??) married George Lau/Law
-----child: Vrtacek, Sophie (?? - ??) married Driscoll
-----child: Vrtacek, Rudolph (?? - ??)

Source: death certificate



Rood, Abigail   (1771 - 1844)
b. 06 MAR 1771, Sturbridge, Worcester Co., MA
d. 16 SEP 1844, Fairfield, Franklin Co., VT
burial: Herrick School Cemetery, Fairfield, Franklin Co., VT

father: Rood, Solomon
mother: Gould, Sarah
spouse: Hill, Beriah Latham (1770 - 1834) ***
m. 01 SEP 1794, Sturbridge, Worcester Co., MA

-----child: Hill, Roswell (1794 - ??) married Azuba Joule
-----child: Hill, Warren (1797 - 1870)
-----child: Hill, Emery (1801 - 1878) ***
-----child: Hill, Tamar
-----child: Hill, Sally
-----child: Hill, Hannah

Source: headstone inscription
New England Families by William Richard Cutter, Volume II



Rood, Solomon   (1735 - ??)
b. 30 JUN 1735, Sturbridge, Worcester Co., MA

Revolutionary War Patriot: Private, MA
father: Rood, Solomon
mother: Davis, Sarah
spouse: Gould, Sarah (1736 - ??)
m. 20 JAN 1759, Sturbridge, Worcester Co., MA

-----child: Rood, Marcy Davis (1762 - ??)
-----child: Rood, Reuben (1765 - ??)
-----child: Rood, Hannah (1767 - ??)
-----child: Rood, Sarah (1769 - ??)
-----child: Rood, Abigail (1771 - 1844) ***

Source: Vital Records of Sturbridge



Rue, John   (1754/55 - 1844)
b. 20 MAR 1754/55, NJ
d. 4 OCT 1844, West Windsor, Mercer Co., NJ
probate: 14 OCT 1844, Mercer Co., NJ (# 248 K)
burial: Cranbury, NJ

Revolutionary War Patriot: Private, Light Dragoons, Monmouth, NJ
father: Rue, Matthew
mother: Mount, Margaret
1st spouse: Combs, Ann
m. 1 JAN 1777, Middlesex Co., NJ

-----child: Rue, Mary (1779 - 1814)
-----child: Rue, John
-----child: Rue, Margaret (married ____ Brown)
-----child: Rue, Joseph
-----child: Rue, Peter
2nd spouse: Perrine, Rebecca (b. 3 AUG 1759 d. 5 AUG 1825)
m. 3 SEP 1789, Middlesex Co., NJ

Source: will, Revolutionary pension file S908
Reference: The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. 45, No. 3, Whole Number 171, September 1970



Rue, Mary   (1779 - 1814)
b. 5 SEP 1779
d. 11 JUL 1814

father: Rue, John
mother: Combs, Ann
spouse: Covenhoven/Conover, Peter H. (1778 - 1817)
m. 17 FEB 1799

-----child: Conover, Hendrick P. (1800 - 1869)
-----child: Conover, John (1802 - 1818)
-----child: Conover, Garrett P. (1804 - 1873)
-----child: Conover, Ann (1805 - ??)
-----child: Conover, Eleanor (1808 - 1820)
-----child: Conover, Margaret (1810 - 1848)
-----child: Conover, Phebe (1810 - 1810)
-----child: Conover, Peter P. (1812 - 1890)

Source: bible record



Rue, Matthew   (?? - 1755)
d. OCT/NOV 1755
will: 1 FEB 1755, Manalapan, Middlesex Co., NJ
probate: 13 NOV 1755

father: Rue, John
mother: _____, Paternell
1st spouse: Dove, Margaret (d. 29 APR 1748)
-----child: Rue, Joseph (1731 - 1810)
-----child: Rue, Samuel
-----child: Rue, Matthew (1740 - 1824)
-----child: Rue, William (1742 - ??)
-----child: Rue, James (1744 - ??)
-----child: Rue, Elinore (1748 - ??)
-----child: Rue, Jean (1748 - ??)
2nd spouse: Mount, Margaret (daughter of Matthias Mount and widow of James Herbert)
m. 11 OCT 1749

-----child: Rue, Margaret (1750 - ??)
-----child: Rue, Matthias (1752 - 1820)
-----child: Rue, John (1754 - 1844)

Source: will
Reference: The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol. 45, No. 3, Whole Number 171, September 1970



Rutherford, Henry   (abt 1612 - 1668)
b. abt. 1612
d. SEP 1668

spouse: Newman, Sarah (abt. 1608 - 1673)
m. abt. 1631

-----child: Rutherford, Sarah (1641 - 1687)
-----child: Rutherford, Lydia (1644 - ??)
-----child: Rutherford, Mary (1650 - 1724)
-----child: Rutherford, Elizabeth (1652 - 1652)
-----child: Rutherford, Caleb (1658 - ??)
-----child: Rutherford, John (1661 - ??)



Rutherford, Sarah   (1641 - 1687)
b. 31 JUL 1641, New Haven, New Haven, CT
d. 5 JAN 1687, New Haven, New Haven, CT

father: Rutherford, Henry
mother: Newman, Sarah (abt. 1608 - 1673)
spouse: Trowbridge, Thomas (1631 - 1702)
m. 24 JUN 1657

-----child: Trowbridge, Sarah (1658 - 1675/76)
-----child: Trowbridge, John (1661 - 1689)
-----child: Trowbridge, Thomas (1663/64 - 1711)
-----child: Trowbridge, Lydia (1666 - 1731)
-----child: Trowbridge, Caleb (1670 - ??)
-----child: Trowbridge, Daniel (1673 - 1739/1740)
-----child: Trowbridge, Elizabeth (1676 - 1711)
-----child: Trowbridge, Sarah (1680 - 1690)



Schanck, David   (1783 - 1872)
b. 10 MAY 1783, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 23 APR 1872, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ
baptism: 6 JUL 1783, First Reformed Church of Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ
burial: Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel Road, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ

tombstone photo: http://www.distantcousin.com/cemetery/nj/monmouth/holmdel/_Photo.asp?Photo=1/P8300600
father: Schanck, John (Capt.)
mother: Denise, Mary
spouse: Smock, Sarah (1799 - 1832)
m. 12 NOV 1818, Holmdel, Monmouth, NJ

-----child: Schanck, George (1821 - 1892)
-----child: Schanck, Mary (1824 - ??) (married Daniel Smock)
-----child: Schanck, John (1828 - 1859)
-----child: Schanck, David (1831 - ??) (married Amanda Conover)

Source: probate inventory, baptism record, marriage record, Bible Record



Schanck, George   (1821 - 1892)
b. 10 NOV 1821, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 6 MAR 1892, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ
burial: Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel Road, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ

tombstone photo: http://www.distantcousin.com/cemetery/nj/monmouth/holmdel/_Photo.asp?Photo=1/P8300591
father: Schanck, David
mother: Smock, Sarah
spouse: Conover, Eleanor (1824 - 1885)
m. 17 DEC 1845, Holmdel, Monmouth, NJ

-----child: Schanck, Garret Rezeau (1846 - 1877)
-----child: Schanck, Edgar (?? - died after Feb 1892)
-----child: Schanck, William Augustus (1850 - 1851)
-----child: Schanck, Sarah P. Maria (1856 - 1863)
-----child: Schanck, George D. (1862 - 1863)
-----child: Schanck, Mary Ella (1864 - 1931)

Sources: death certificate, obituary, marriage record



Schanck, John (Capt.)   (1745 - 1834)
b. 28 AUG 1745, Freehold Twp., Monmouth, NJ
baptism: 1 SEP 1745, First Reformed Church of Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 28 AUG 1834, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, NJ
will: 17 SEP 1828, Monmouth Co., NJ
probate: 11 SEP 1834, Monmouth Co., NJ (# 10164 M)
burial: family burial ground, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ

Revolutionary War Patriot: Captain, First Regiment of Monmouth County, New Jersey Militia
webpage: http://www.monmouth.com/~mcha3/coll27.html
father: Schenck, Garret
mother: Kouwenhoven, Jannatje (1714 - 1792)
spouse: Denise, Mary (1750 - 1829)
m. 31 JUL 1767, First Reformed Church of Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ

-----child: Schanck, Garrett (1768 - 1857)
-----child: Schanck, Tunis (1770 - 1806)
-----child: Schanck, William (1772 - 1844)
-----child: Schanck, Nelly (1773 - 1773)
-----child: Schanck, John (Colonel) (1774 - 1864)
-----child: Schanck, Denise (1776 - 1834)
-----child: Schanck, Daniel (1778 - 1858)
-----child: Schanck, De Lafayette (1781 - 1862)
-----child: Schanck, David (1783 - 1872)
-----child: Schanck, Mary Polly (1785 - 1857)
-----child: Schanck, Catherine (1787 - 1862)
-----child: Schanck, Eleanor (abt. 1787 - 1773)
-----child: Schanck, Hendrick (1791 - 1877)
-----child: Schanck, Jane (1793 - 1879)

Sources: will, baptism record, marriage record

From the HISTORY OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
by Franklin Ellis, Philadelphia, R.T. Peck & Co., 1885
THE FAMILY OF SCHENCK. -- The Schencks of Monmouth County are descended from Roelof Schenck Van Nydeck, who, with his brother Jan, emigrated to this country from Holland in 1650. The particular place from whence they came was probable Doesberg, in the province of Guelderland, where, it appears, their father was born. He was a sone of Martin and a grandson of General Peter Schenck and his wife, Joanna Van Scharpenseel, and General Peter was a brother of the celebrated General and Sir Martin Schenck, with whom his brother fought and was one of the most successful, daring and enterprising commanders in Holland in the time of the war of the revolution there. Tracing them back, they were descended from four Dericks in succession,and them from two Heinrichs, or Henrys, in succession, going back to 1346, and who were lords of the manorial estates of Afferden, Wachtendonk and Blyenbeck, Afferden and Blyenbeck lying on the Maas River, above the town of Gennep, and Wachtendonk on the Nioss River, above the town of Gelden. Passing back one or two nknown generations, they were descended from Ludolphus, Wilhelmus and Christianus, going back to 1225, and then through Christianus, a second son in the family of Schencks, the barons of Tautenberg, going back to 330. The descendants of Christianus were known as the Schencks Van Nydeck, so called from the town of Neideggen, lying on the river Roer, some eighteen miles east of Aix-la-Chapelle, where no doubt Christianus had an estate or residence.

Roelof Schenck Van Nydeck, the emigrant to this country, married, first, in 1660, Neeltje, daughter of Garret Van Couwenhoven; married, second, in 1675, Annetje Wyckoff; and married, third, November 30, 1688, Catharine Cregin, of New York, widow of Stoffen Hoagland. He settled at Flatlands, where, in 1661, he obtained a patent for forty-six acres of land, and subsequently purchased lands until he must have owned some three hundred acres and the one-half of the mill occupied by his brother John. At one assessment for taxation his ratables were the next highest in the town, and at another subsequently taken they were the highest. He was among the first enrolled as a member of the church of Flatlands, and no doubt among its principal supporters. When a bill was procured for the church, his subscription was the highest on the list. He was appointed by Governor Leisler captain of cavalry in Kings County, and at several different times held the office of justice of the peace and once that of schepen, or judge, and in general in public affairs was among the leading men in the colony.

Roelof had three sons -- Martin, John and Garret -- and seven daughters. Martin was left the homestead at Flatlands, and his descendants have principally remained on Long Island. John and Garret emigrated in 1696 or 1698 to Monmouth County, and together with Cornelius Couwenhoven, who married their sister Margaret, settled in Pleasant Valley on a five hundred acre tract of land purchased of John Bowne, merchant of Middletown.

Garret Schenck was born October 27, 1671 and died September 5, 1745. Married, about 1693, Neeltje, daughter of Koert Voorhees. He resided on the farm now occupied by Theodore Rapelyea, and built the spacious old mansion still standing there in good order. He acquired a large property and in different parts of the country, among which, in company with John Couwenhoven, the grandfather of the present John Conover, was a six thousand acre tract of land at Penn's Neck purchased of John Penn. Then the First Reformed Church of Freehold was organized, in 1709, he was one of the two first deacons, and from 1721 to 1727 he was a member of the Provincial Assembly of New Jersey. He had five sons -- Roelof, Koert, Garret, Jan and Albert -- and five daughters.

The second Garret Schenck was born August 30, 1712, but did not live to see old age, as he deceased at the age of forty-five, August 20, 1757. Married, in 1737, Jane, daughter of William Couwenhoven of Long Island. He remained on his father's homestead in Pleasant Valley; had three sons -- William, John and Garret -- and seven daughters.

John, son of the second Garret, was born August 28, 1745, and died on his eighty-ninth birth-day, in 1834; married, July 31, 1767, Maria, daughter of Tunis De Nise and Francinke Hendrickson. He settled on the farm in Pleasant Valley adjoining his father, now occupied by his grandson, David Schenck, and also for a time carried on the business of a fuller and then a saw-mill. While yet a young married man, and surrounded by a large family of young children, the War of the Revolution came on and he ardently embraced the patriotic cause, and as occasion called for, took up arms and at times engaged actively in the fight. He became captain of militia, and was a bold and enterprising office and possessed of influence. It is said that soon after the beginning of the was he war approached by a Loyalist and asked what he would take to embrace the royal cause. He answered, "The whole of Europe cannot buy me; give me liberty." Such was the value of his example and influence, and so obnoxious was he to the enemy, that his sister Anna, living on Long Island and in the midst of the foe, overheard some British officers talking about offering fifty guineas for the head of Captain John Schenck, dead or alive. She procured a pair of silver-mounted pistols, and sent them to him with the message, "John, don't you be taken alive." These pistols are carefully preserved at his old homestead, and may be seen there at the present day. His life was sought after and insecure, and sometimes for safety he passed his nights in concealment, at one time in a hay-stack in the field. This was discovered; but made aware of the discovery by some friends, the next night he went elsewhere. The enemy came, surrounded the stack and set it on fire; but he was out of their way. For a while, at least, he was in the main army, but was principally engaged in contests with the enemy about the vicinity of his home. At one time he drove off with his company a party of Refugees who had come over from Staten Island and landed on the East Point, and, having gone up in the country, collected a lot of cattle and driven them down to the shore, were engaged in trying to ship their plunder on their boats. They were attacked, the captain going on ahead and swinging his hat and calling to his men to come on. He himself shot one man down by the name of Lawrence, having struck him in the forehead with a bullet. At another time he was at the Highlands with his company, and a company of the enemy being there, he urged his superior officer, who was also there, to make the attack, but he was afraid and refused. The captain then assumed the responsibility, attacked the party, captured them and brought off most of them at least prisoners of war. When, in the month of June, 1781, the party of fifteen hundred invaded the county, they came up as far as Pleasant Valley and some firing occurred, and they engaged in plundering. A detachment went over to the residence of Captain John Kiming to burn his buildings. A skirmish took place and they were driven back. During the firing the mother, with her three-weeks old babe -- her De Lafayette -- retired to the cellar to get out of the way of the bullets. A grenadier was killed on the occasion and buried down in the orchard, where his grave was afterwards regarded as a ghost-like place by the boys. The captain himself was struck by two bullets fired by a Hessian, whom he pursued and captured.

Captain John Schenck and Maria Denise had nine sons, -- Garret, Tunis, WIlliam, John, Denise, Daniel, De Lafayette, David and Hendrick, -- all of whom lived to grow up, and all but one to marry; and four daughters, -- one died an infant, the others grew up and married.

The seventh son was De Lafayette, born May 27, 1781, and died September 11, 1862. Married, December 17, 1805, Eleanor, daughter of Garret Couwenhoven and Anna Schenck. He was named in honor of that devoted friend of this country and of civil liberty, the Marquis De Lafayette, and is said to have been the first American child to bear that name. And when the general was in this country on his visit, and in New York, Captain John was introduced to him, and he then introduced his son as bearing his name, and received his grateful thanks.

De Lafayette Schenck resided first at Matawan, and carried on for many years quite extensively and successfully the business of tanning and currying, and at the same time cultivated and improved a farm of some sixty acres. He was a man noted for his sound good sense and correct view of things. He paid strict attention to his own business, was upright in all his dealings, and when needed to labor, was never ashamed to work with his own hands. While industrious and careful in promoting his own interest, he was possessed of public spirit, and ready to aid in any worthy cause; especially did he manifest a patriotic spirit in giving for the cause of his country in her hour of need. He was among the first in his native county to engage in laying out and straightening the public road from Freehold to Middletown Point; and when that road was extended to Keyport, and converted first to a plank-road and then to a graveled turnpike, he took and active and leading part. In instituting the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank at Middletown Point, he was largely instrumental in obtaining the charter, freely investing in it of his means; was for a few years its first president, and up to the time of his death was an influential member of the board of directors. He entered heartily into the first enterprise of taking a steamboat from the shores of Monmouth to the city of New York, partaking of its reverses and successes, and, in connection with this, aiding in erecting and arranging the steamboat wharf at Keyport, and keeping his interest in these until within two or three years of his death. He was largely interested in sustaining the large hotel and boarding-house at Keyport and when destroyed by fire, rebuilt it on his own responsibility. In 1830 he removed on the large farm near Holmdel, where he remained until 1855, conducting successfully his farming operations. The last seven years of his life he spent at Keyport, attending to his general business affairs. Although not a professing church member, yet such were his views in regard to moral influences that he never would allow card-playing or even a pack of cards on his premises. For building the parsonage house at Keyport he gave one-third of the cost of it, and was always a helper in sustaining the preaching of the gospel, and among the most regular in attendance on divine services. On his dying bed he expressed to his pastor his belief and trust in Christ as the source of mercy to him.

De Lafayette Schenck and Eleanor Conover had four sons, -- Garret C., Sidney, Alfred and Lafayette, -- all of whom lived to grow up and marry; and four daughters, that lived to grow up and marry.

Garret Conover Schenck was born September 14, 1806. Married, first, October, 1834, Sarah Ann, daughter of William Hendrickson and Eleanor Dubois, and eldest sister of Senator Hendrickson; married, second, April 14, 1846, Jane, daughter of Hugh McCormick and Jane Welsh, of Fairfield, N.J. The greater part of his time when a youth was spent in attending the common schools of the vicinity, while, owing to the frequent changes of teachers, the advantages for laying a good foundation for an education were but limited. Hence, when about fourteen years old, he was sent to the classical school at Cranbury, then under the care of Mr. Hanna. There he commenced the study of Latin; but after attending nine months the school was broken up, and he returned home to assist for a year or two in working in the yardr and on the farm. In the spring of 1823 he was sent to the classical school at Lawrenceville, then under the care of the Rev. Dr. L. V. Brown. Three years were spent here in preparing for college, and in the spring of 1826 he was admitted to the sophomore class at its third term in Rutgers College, New Brunswick. At the commencement, in 1827, he was chosen as one of the junior speakers, and in 1828 took part in the commencement exercises, and then graduated. The principal part of the succeeding year was spent in New Haven, in attendance on Professor Silliman's lectures on chemistry, mineralogy and geology, and on the lectures of Dr. Knight on anatomy, physiology and obstetrics. In the autumn of 1829 he was admitted to the Theological Seminary at New Brunswick, and passed the regular course of study in theology, excepting three months spent in assisting the Rev. Dr. Currie in teaching in the grammar school.

In April, 1832, he was licensed by the Classis of New Brunswick to preach the gospel. His health having been somewhat impaired by application to study, a situation as pastor of a church was not then sought, and the principal part of the summer was spent in occasionally preaching in different places, and traveling and visiting friends in Central New York and out West as far as Ohio and Kentucky. In the winter of 1833 he was sent by the Board of Domestic Missions to preach as a missionary in the recently organized church of Marshallville; here he continued for six months. In the autumn he was sent by the Classis to preach as a supply for a few weeks in the then vacant church of Walpack. A call to become their paster was soon after made out and accepted, and in February, 1834, he removed there and commenced his work. He was required to preach at four different places in the congregation, distant from each other, and lying on both sides of the river Delaware. It was a laborious charge, attended with discouragements, and sometimes danger in crossing the river. He continued here but one year, when circumstances contrained him to resign this charge.

In the autumn of 1834 he received and accepted a call to the church of Clover Hill. There he labored among a divided and unsettled people for a year and a half, when it was thought best to make a change. He was then invited to preach as a candidate in the then vacant church of Pompton Plains, the old mother Reformed Church in that section of the country. A call from here was soon made out and accepted, and in July, 1837, he removed there, and in due time was installed there as their pastor. Here for fifteen and a half years, in this large and substantial congregation, and among a plain, but refined and kind-hearted people, he labored with encouraging success. In the course of time, and from various causes, a few became disaffected with their pastor, and it was thought best quietly to leave them. He gave up his call, not knowing where to go or how his family might be situated. No opening in the church for him as a settled pastor has since presented itself, and in the Providence of God and in a singular way his lot has been cast on a farm for his livelihood, and to engage more or less in the business or the world, although, until old age has brought on its infirmities, he has for several years preached in a destitute neighborhood, and been every few weeks called to supply a vacant pulpit.

In 1866 he was chosen a member of the board of trustees of Rutgers College, and for several years was chairman of the board's committee on the college farm. After the death of his father, in 1842, and in his place, he was chosen a director of the bank at Matawan, and served for some twenty years. For some fourteen years he has held the office of president of the Freehold and Keyport Plank-Road Company. For about eighteen years he has held the office -- an unprofitable one, it is true -- of secretary and treasurer of a mining company in Nevada, and was for a while a trustee of one in the State of Colorado.

In the mean while, in 1869, with Mrs. Schenck he traveled as far as Monterey, on the Pacific coast, visiting on the way Salt Lake City, San Francisco, one of the big tree groves and the Yosemite Valley; and two years after with a cousin, traveled as far as Central Nevada. At another time he traveled as far as seventy-two miles west of Vicksburg, and on the way spent a day in the great cave of Kentucky. Much time, traveling and expense for the past fifty years has been given to preparing a history of the settlement and settlers of Pompton, and also to gathering the materials and arranging the facts for a genealogical history of the old Dutch families of Monmouth County.



Schanck, Mary Ella   (1864 - 1931)
b. 14 JAN 1864, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 26 APR 1931, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ
burial: Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel Road, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ

tombstone photo: http://www.distantcousin.com/cemetery/nj/monmouth/holmdel/_Photo.asp?Photo=1/P8300593
father: Schanck, George
mother: Conover, Eleanor
spouse: Conover, Hendrick P.
m. 10 NOV 1887, Holmdel, Monmouth, NJ

-----child: Conover, G. Rezeau (1890 - 1967)
-----child: Conover, Wilson (1898 - 1977)
-----child: Conover, Harry D.
-----child: Conover, Howard S.

Sources: birth, marriage, death certificates



Schenck, Chrineyonce   (1760 - 1840)
b. 29 DEC 1760, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 15 MAR 1840, Holmdel, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
baptism: 8 FEB 1761, First Reformed Church of Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ
will: 4 APR 1838, Monmouth Co., NJ
probate: 8 APR 1840, Monmouth Co., NJ (# 10539 M)
burial: Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel Road, Holmdel, Monmouth, NJ

Revolutionary War Patriot: Private, Monmouth County, New Jersey Militia
tombstone photo: http://www.distantcousin.com/cemetery/nj/monmouth/holmdel/_Photo.asp?Photo=2/P8310431
father: Schenck, John
mother: Bennet, Neeltje Eleanor
spouse: Polhemus, Margaret (1766 - 1857)
m. 20 NOV 1793, Freehold-Middletown Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth Co., NJ

-----child: Schenck, Maria (1795 - 1830)
-----child: Schenck, John Chrineyonce (1797 - 1799)
-----child: Schenck, Eliza (1799 - 1799)
-----child: Schenck, Eleanor (1799 - 1877)
-----child: Schenck, Margaret (1801 - 1835)
-----child: Schenck, John Chrineyonce (1803 - 1858)
-----child: Schenck, Daniel Polhemus (1805 - 1864)
-----child: Schenck, Abigail (1808 - 1825)

Sources: will, Revolutionary War pension file, baptism record, marriage record



Schenck, Eleanor "Nelley"   (1724 - 1800)
b. 10 APR 1724, Monmouth County, NJ
d. 25 MAR 1800, Taylor's Mill, Atlantic Twp., Monmouth County, NJ
baptism: 28 APR 1725, Monmouth County, NJ

father: Schenck, Roelof
mother: Hendrickson, Geeyse
spouse: Covenhoven, Garret (1716 - 1797)
m. 12 OCT 1744, Freehold Twp., Monmouth County, NJ

-----child: Covenhoven, Jacob (1746 - 1825)
-----child: Covenhoven, Roelof (1747 - 1778)
-----child: Covenhoven, Sarah (1749 - 1773)
-----child: Covenhoven, Daniel (1750 - 1823)
-----child: Covenhoven, Gashy (1753 - )
-----child: Covenhoven, Anne (1754 - 1843)
-----child: Covenhoven, Mary (1756 - 1758)
-----child: Covenhoven, Garret (1758 - )
-----child: Covenhoven, John (1768 - 1802)
-----child: Covenhoven, Polly
-----child: Covenhoven, Mary (1767 - )



Schenck, Garrat   (1671 - 1745)
b. 27 OCT 1671, New Lotts, Flatbush, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York
d. 5 SEP 1745, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
will: 12 JAN 1739, Monmouth Co., NJ
probate: 7 OCT 1745, Monmouth Co., NJ (# 1245-1250 M)
burial: Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, near Holmdel

burial: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nj/monmouth/cemetery/pleasval.txt
father: Schenck, Roeloff (1619 - 1704)
mother: Van Couwenhoven, Neeltje Gerretse (1641 - 1673)
spouse: Van Voorhees, Neeltje (1676 - 1750)
m. 1693, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York

-----child: Schenck, Sarah
-----child: Schenck, Antje or Anne (1694 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, Roelof (1697 - 1768)
-----child: Schenck, Mary (1699 - 1747)
-----child: Schenck, Koert (1702 - 1771)
-----child: Schenck, Altje (1705 - 1775)
-----child: Schenck, Neeltje (1705 - 1751/52)
-----child: Schenck, Rachel (1710 - 1779)
-----child: Schenck, Garret (1712 - 1757)
-----child: Schenck, Margaretta (1715 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, John (1717 - 1775)
-----child: Schenck, Albert (1721 - 1786)

Sources: will



Schenck, Garret   (1712 - 1757)
b. 30 AUG 1712, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 20 AUG 1757, Holmdel, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
baptism: 2 NOV 1712, Holmdel, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
burial: Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, near Holmdel (tombstone "Garrit Schanck")

burial: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nj/monmouth/cemetery/pleasval.txt
father: Schenck, Garrat
mother: Van Voorhees, Neeltje
spouse: Kouwenhoven, Jannatje "Jane" (1714 - 1792)
m. 2 NOV 1737, New Lotts, Flatbush, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York

-----child: Schenck, Neeltje or Eleanor (1737 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, William (1738/39 - 1754)
-----child: Schenck, Antje or Anne (1741 - 1742)
-----child: Schenck, Roelof (1742 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, Garret (1743 - 1797)
-----child: Schanck, John (Capt.) (1745 - 1834)
-----child: Schenck, Cobashe or Jacoba or Anne (1747 - 1824)
-----child: Schenck, Sarah (1749 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, Maria (1751 - 1821)
-----child: Schenck, Jannetje or Jane (1754 - 1800)
-----child: Schenck, Tryntje or Catherine (1756 - 1800)



Schenck, John   (1721 - 1808)
b. 8 JUL 1721, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 24 DEC 1808, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
baptism: 22 JUL 1722, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
burial: Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel Road, Holmdel, Monmouth, NJ

tombstone photo: http://www.distantcousin.com/cemetery/nj/monmouth/holmdel/_Photo.asp?Photo=2/P8310452
father: Schenck, Jan (John)
mother: Van Couwenhoven, Sarah
spouse: Bennet, Neeltje "Eleanor" (1728 - 1810)
m. 28 JUN 1750, Monmouth Co., NJ

-----child: Schenck, John (Capt.) (1752 - 1829)
-----child: Schenck, Ida (1757 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, Chrineyonce (1753 - 1754)
-----child: Schenck, Chrineyonce (1760 - 1840)
-----child: Schenck, William (1755 - 1814)
-----child: Schenck, Ann (1766 - 1858)
-----child: Schenck, Ida (1757 - 1825)
-----child: Schenck, Sarah (1759 - 1811)
-----child: Schenck, Peter (1766 - 1837)
-----child: Schenck, Eleanor (1765 - 1838)
-----child: Schenck, Mary (1769 - 1772)
-----child: Schenck, Daniel (Capt.) (1771 - 1849)
-----child: Schenck, Mary (1775 - 1864)



Schenck, Jan (John)   (1670 - 1753)
b. 10 FEB 1670, New Amersfoort, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings County, Long Island, NY
d. 30 JAN 1753, Holmdel, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ
baptism: 1 MAR 1669/70, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings County, Long Island, NY
will: 11 SEP 1746, Monmouth Co., NJ
probate: 3 JUN 1755, Monmouth Co., NJ (# 2099-2102 M)
burial: Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel Road, Holmdel, Monmouth, NJ

tombstone photo: http://www.distantcousin.com/cemetery/nj/monmouth/holmdel/_Photo.asp?Photo=2/P8310443
father: Schenck, Roelof
mother: Van Couwenhoven, Neeltje
spouse: Van Couwenhoven, Sarah (1675 - 1761)
m. 1 OCT 1692, Flatlands, Brooklyn, NY

-----child: Schenck, Roelof (1691/92 - 1766)
-----child: Schenck, Sarah (1696 - 1732/33)
-----child: Schenck, Jannetje (1699 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, Ann (1705 - 1801)
-----child: Schenck, Rachel (1708/9 - 1780)
-----child: Schenck, Catherine
-----child: Schenck, Peter (1712 - 1816)
-----child: Schenck, Marytje (1712 - 1756)
-----child: Schenck, Leah (1714 - 1769)
-----child: Schenck, William (1718 - 1718)
-----child: Schenck, Jannetje (1719 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, John (1721 - 1808)

Sources: will



Schenck, Mary   (1699 - 1747)
b. 1 NOV 1699, Flatlands, Kings County, Long Island, NY
d. 1 SEP 1747, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ

father: Schenck, Garrat
mother: Van Voorhees, Neeltje
spouse: Smock, Hendrick (1698 - 1747)
m. SEP 1721, Holmdel, Monmouth Co., NJ

-----child: Smock, Eleanor (1721 - 1796)
-----child: Smock, Catherine (1725 - ??)
-----child: Smock, John (1726/27 - 1808)
-----child: Smock, Garret (1731 - 1809)
-----child: Smock, Hendrick (1734 - 1736)
-----child: Smock, Hendrick (1736 - 1786)
-----child: Smock, Barnes (1738 - ??)
-----child: Smock, Rulef (1741 - 1745)



Schenck, Maria   (1795 - 1830)
b. 2 FEB 1795, Monmouth Co., NJ
d. 5 DEC 1830, Atlantic Twp., Colts Neck, Monmouth, NJ
baptism: 28 JUN 1795, First Reformed Church of Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ

father: Schenck, Chrineyonce
mother: Polhemus, Margaret
spouse: Conover, Garret Rezo (1786 - 1861)
m. 14 DEC 1814, Monmouth Co., NJ

-----child: Conover, John Polhemus (1815 - 1863)
-----child: Conover, Margaret
-----child: Conover, Mary S. (1819 - 1851)
-----child: Conover, Eleanor (Ellen) (1824 - 1885)
-----child: Conover, Daniel Schenck (1821 - 1878)
-----child: Conover, Daniel Reseau

Source: marriage record, baptism record



Schenck, Neeltje "Eleanor"   (1681 - 1751)
b. 23 JAN 1681
d. 27 JUL 1751, Monmouth, NJ
burial: Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth, NJ

burial: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nj/monmouth/cemetery/pleasval.txt
father: Schenck, Roeloff
mother: Wyckoff, Annetje (1650 - 1687)
spouse: Covenhoven, Albert (1676 - 1748)
m. 2 OCT 1701, Flatlands, NY

-----child: Covenhoven, William (1702 - 1790)
-----child: Covenhoven, Roelof (1703 - ??)
-----child: Covenhoven, Antje (1705 - ??)
-----child: Covenhoven, Jannetje (1707 - ??)
-----child: Covenhoven, Aelke (1709 - 1783)
-----child: Covenhoven, Margaretta (1711/12 - 1780)
-----child: Covenhoven, Sarah (1714 - ??)
-----child: Covenhoven, Peter (1716 - 1771)
-----child: Covenhoven, Neeltje (1719 - 1738)
-----child: Covenhoven, Garret (1721 - 1783)
-----child: Covenhoven, Jan (1723 - 1767)
-----child: Covenhoven, Cornelius (1728 - 1802)



Schenck, Roeloff   (1619 - 1704/05)
b. 20 JUN 1619, Amersfoort, Utrecht, Holland
d. 1704/1705, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York
emigration: 28 JUN 1650
will: 4 SEP 1704, Flatlands, Kings Co., Long Island, New York
probate: 26 JUL 1705

father: Schenck, Martin Petierse, Van Nydeck/Von Nydeggen VIII (1584 - 1650)
mother: Borckhurst, Maria Margaretta (1596 - 1688)
spouse: Van Kouwenhoven, Neeltje (1641 - 1673)
m. 1660, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York

-----child: Schenck, Martin (1661 - 1727)
-----child: Schenck, Annettje (?? - 1685)
-----child: Schenck, Jannetje (1664 - 1684)
-----child: Schenck, Mary (1666 - 1736)
-----child: Schenck, Jan (John) (1670 - 1753)
-----child: Schenck, Garrat (1671 - 1745)
spouse: Wyckoff, Annetje (1650 - 1687)
m. 1675, New Lotts, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York

-----child: Schenck, Margaretta (1676 - 1751)
-----child: Schenck, Willampe (1687 - bef 1704)
-----child: Schenck, Neeltje "Eleanor" (1681 - 1751)
-----child: Schenck, Mayke (1683 - 1736)
-----child: Schenck, Sarah (1685 - 1727)
-----child: Schenck, Jonica (1687 - bef 1704)

Sources: will



Schenck, Roelof   (1691/92 - 1766)
b. 21 FEB 1691/92, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings County, Long Island, NY
d. 19 JAN 1766, Holmdel, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, NJ
will: 10 APR 1765, Monmouth County, NJ
probate: 3 MAR 1766, Monmouth County, NJ (# 3225-3232M, Book I, p. 91)

father: Schenck, Jan (John)
mother: Van Couwenhoven, Sarah
spouse: Hendrickson, Geese (1696 - 1747) (daughter of Daniel Hendrickson and Catherine Van Dyke)
m. abt 1715, Holmdel, Monmouth County, NJ

-----child: Schenck, Sarah (1715 - 1748)
-----child: Schenck, Katrintje (1715/16 - 1718)
-----child: Schenck, John (1719 - 1749)
-----child: Schenck, Catherine (1718 - ??)
-----child: Schenck, Daniel (1723 - 1747)
-----child: Schenck, Eleanor "Nelley" (1724 - 1800)
-----child: Schenck, Hendrick (1731 - 1766)
-----child: Schenck, Engeltie (1732 - ??)

Sources: will



Schenck, Sarah   (1685 - 1727)
b. 18 DEC 1685, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings County, Long Island, NY
d. 1 NOV 1727

father: Schenck, Roeloff
mother: Wyckoff, Annetje
spouse: Covenhoven, Jacob (1679 - 1744)
m. 12 NOV 1705, Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings County, Long Island, NY

-----child: Covenhoven, Jannetje (1706 - ??)
-----child: Covenhoven, Annetje (1707/08 - ??)
-----child: Covenhoven, William (1709/10 - ??)
-----child: Covenhoven, Roelof (1711 - 1746)
-----child: Covenhoven, Jacob (1713/14 - 1843)
-----child: Covenhoven, Garret (1716 - 1797)
-----child: Covenhoven, Peter (1718 - 1718)
-----child: Covenhoven, Peter (1720 - 1777)
-----child: Covenhoven, Matthias (1724/25 - 1776)
-----child: Covenhoven, Jan/John (1722 - 1792)
-----child: Covenhoven, Daniel



Shipman, Anna   (1789 - 1870)
b. 9 MAY 1789
d. 5 MAY 1870, Chester, Connecticut

father: Shipman, Edward (Col.)
mother: Dimick, Joanna
spouse: Silliman, Samuel (1786 - 1874)
m. 28 OCT 1807, Chester, Connecticut

-----child: Silliman, Joseph
-----child: Silliman, Samuel Carlos (1809 - 1896)
-----child: Silliman, Sarah (1812 - 1898) (married Samuel Lynde)
-----child: Silliman, Lydia
-----child: Silliman, Daniel (1816 - 1896) (married Sarah Warner)
-----child: Silliman, Joseph (2nd.) (1818 - 1899) (married Mary L'Hommedieu)
-----child: Silliman, Joanna (1820 - 1868) (married Capt. Oliver Clark)
-----child: Silliman, Elizabeth (1822 - 1898) (married Charles S. Mills)
-----child: Silliman, Thomas (1824 - 1905) (unmarried)
-----child: Silliman, Frederick
-----child: Silliman, Cordelia (married Capt. Oliver Clark in 1874)

Sources: marriage record from Chester Congregational Church Vol. II
death record from Chester Congregational Church Vol. III



Col. Edward Shipman's House

Edward Shipman House

Shipman, Edward (Col.)   (1733 - 1804)
b. 1733, Chester, CT
d. 19 DEC 1804, Chester, CT
burial: Old Town House Hill Cemetery, Chester, CT

Revolutionary War Patriot: Colonel, First Battalion, Connecticut State Militia
father: Shipman, Joseph
mother: Hungerford, Ruth
spouse: Dimick, Joanna (1743 - 1812)
m. 1760

-----child: Shipman, Mary
-----child: Shipman, Jonathan (died 19 DEC 1832) (married Abigail Sloan)
-----child: Shipman, Edward (Capt.) (1767 - 1826) (married Rosamond Southworth)
-----child: Shipman, Joanna (1769 - 1856)
-----child: Shipman, Joseph (Col.) (1771 - 1873) (married Jerusha Shires)
-----child: Shipman, Ruth (1774 - ??) (married Job Southworth)
-----child: Shipman, Sarah (died 18 NOV 1837)
-----child: Shipman, Samuel Dimock (1783 - 1834) (married Achsah Southworth)
-----child: Shipman, Anna (1789 - 1879)
-----child: Shipman, Ansel (died 8 APR 1854)
-----child: Shipman, William (1792 - 1872)



Shipman, Edward   (ca 1621 - 1697)
b. ca 1621, Hull, England
d. 15 SEP 1697, Saybrook, Middlesex, CT

webpage: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~colonialfamiliestonewjersey/shipman/
spouse: Comstock, Elizabeth (1633 - 1659)
m. 16 JAN 1651, Saybrook, Middlesex, CT

-----child: Shipman, Elizabeth (1652 - 1683)
-----child: Shipman, Edward (1653/54 - 1711)
-----child: Shipman, William (1656 - 1724) (married Alice Hand)



Shipman, Edward   (1653/54 - 1711)
b. 15 FEB 1653/54, Saybrook, Middlesex, CT
d. 30 DEC 1711, Chester, CT
burial: Haddam, CT

father: Shipman, Edward
mother: Comstock, Elizabeth
spouse: _________, Abigail
-----child: Shipman, Lydia (1699 - ??)
-----child: Shipman, Joseph (1702 - 1793)
-----child: Shipman, Parnell



Shipman, Joseph   (1702 - 1793)
b. 1702, Saybrook, Middlesex, CT
d. 17 FEB 1793, Saybrook, Middlesex, CT

father: Shipman, Edward
mother: _________, Abigail
spouse: Hungerford, Ruth (1705 - ??)
m. 14 SEP 1728

-----child: Shipman, Israel (Lt.) (1730 - 1817) (married Jane Wheeler)
-----child: Shipman, Edward (Col.) (1733 - 1804)
-----child: Shipman, Joseph Jr. (1737 - 1809) (married Sarah Webb)
-----child: Shipman, Ruth (1745 - 1836) (married James Baldwin)
-----child: Shipman, Jonathan




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