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Alfred Schenck

M, #3301, b. 28 Dec 1817
Alfred Schenck|b. 28 Dec 1817|p34.htm#i3301|Lafayette Schenck|b. 27 May 1781\nd. 11 Sep 1862|p33.htm#i3292|Eleanor Conover|b. 13 Dec 1787\nd. 21 Mar 1873|p33.htm#i3291|Capt. John Schenck|b. 28 Aug 1745\nd. 28 Aug 1834|p29.htm#i2872|Maria Denise|b. 9 Jul 1750\nd. 15 Jul 1829|p29.htm#i2873|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Alfred Schenck was born on 5-Nov-1817 at Freehold Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was baptized on 28-Dec-1817 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Lafayette Schenck and Eleanor Conover. Alfred married Emily Woodward on 6-Mar-1845 at Freehold Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Children of Alfred Schenck and Emily Woodward

Lafayette Schenck

M, #3302, b. circa 1819
Lafayette Schenck|b. circa 1819|p34.htm#i3302|Lafayette Schenck|b. 27 May 1781\nd. 11 Sep 1862|p33.htm#i3292|Eleanor Conover|b. 13 Dec 1787\nd. 21 Mar 1873|p33.htm#i3291|Capt. John Schenck|b. 28 Aug 1745\nd. 28 Aug 1834|p29.htm#i2872|Maria Denise|b. 9 Jul 1750\nd. 15 Jul 1829|p29.htm#i2873|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Lafayette Schenck was born circa 1819. He was the son of Lafayette Schenck and Eleanor Conover.
     Lafayette Schenck resided at at Atlantic County, New Jersey.

Jane Covenhoven

F, #3303, b. 9 Nov 1789
Jane Covenhoven|b. 9 Nov 1789|p34.htm#i3303|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|Jan W. Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba C. Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Peter Schenck|b. 1712\nd. 1816|p6.htm#i551|Jannetje Hendrickson|b. 1715|p12.htm#i1127|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jane Covenhoven was born on 9-Nov-1789. She was the daughter of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck. Jane married Stacey Prickett, son of Job Prickett and Ann Smith, on 15-Jun-1809 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Census5-Sep-1850Southampton Twp., Burlington County, New Jersey, real estate 20,000.00

Children of Jane Covenhoven and Stacey Prickett

Stacey Prickett

M, #3304, b. 14 Oct 1785, d. 29 Jun 1868
Stacey Prickett|b. 14 Oct 1785\nd. 29 Jun 1868|p34.htm#i3304|Job Prickett|b. 24 Apr 1744|p1796.htm#i179509|Ann Smith||p1796.htm#i179510|||||||||||||
      Stacey Prickett was born on 14-Oct-1785. He was the son of Job Prickett and Ann Smith. Stacey married Jane Covenhoven, daughter of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck, on 15-Jun-1809 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Stacey Prickett died on 29-Jun-1868 at age 82. Stacey was buried after 29-Jun-1868 at Metodist Church Cemetery, Medford, Burlington County, New Jersey.
Census5-Sep-1850Southampton Twp., Burlington County, New Jersey, real estate 20,000.00
Occupation5-Sep-1850a farmer

Children of Stacey Prickett and Jane Covenhoven

Anne Covenhoven

F, #3305, b. 26 Sep 1790, d. May 1866
Anne Covenhoven|b. 26 Sep 1790\nd. May 1866|p34.htm#i3305|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|Jan W. Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba C. Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Peter Schenck|b. 1712\nd. 1816|p6.htm#i551|Jannetje Hendrickson|b. 1715|p12.htm#i1127|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Anne Covenhoven was born on 26-Sep-1790 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck. Anne married William Bennett Schenck, son of Capt. John R. Schenck and Rhoda Holmes, on 11-Mar-1812 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Anne married Theodorus C. Rue. Anne Covenhoven died in May-1866 at age 75.
     She was also known as Ann Conover. She was also known as Anne Conover.
Census19-Sep-1850Lemon Twp., Butler County, Ohio, real estate vaule 1,600.00
Census18-Aug-1860with her daugher Maria, Franklin Twp., Warren County, Ohio

Children of Anne Covenhoven and Theodorus C. Rue

William Bennett Schenck

M, #3306, b. 3 Mar 1789
William Bennett Schenck|b. 3 Mar 1789|p34.htm#i3306|Capt. John R. Schenck|b. 19 Jun 1752\nd. 12 Feb 1829|p1413.htm#i141238|Rhoda Holmes|b. 2 Mar 1755\nd. 2 Feb 1829|p1413.htm#i141237|Jan Schenck|b. 27 Jun 1722\nd. 24 Dec 1808|p6.htm#i565|Neeltje Bennet|b. 29 Nov 1728\nd. 1 Jun 1810|p1414.htm#i141365|Obadiah Holmes|b. 1710\nd. 1775|p1412.htm#i141163|Sarah Ogborne|b. 12 Feb 1715\nd. 20 Oct 1774|p1413.htm#i141207|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Bennett Schenck was born on 3-Mar-1789 at New Jersey. He was the son of Capt. John R. Schenck and Rhoda Holmes. William married Anne Covenhoven, daughter of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck, on 11-Mar-1812 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     William Bennett Schenck was also known as William K. Schenck. He resided at at Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey, circa 1812.

Theodorus C. Rue

M, #3307, b. 5 May 1793, d. 2 Jul 1852
     Theodorus C. Rue was baptized on 5-May-1793 at Old Tennent Church, Tennent, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Theodorus married Anne Covenhoven, daughter of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck. Theodorus C. Rue died on 2-Jul-1852 at Lemon, Butler County, Ohio, at age 59. Theodorus was buried at Middletown Cemetery, Lemon Twp., Butler County, Ohio.
     He was also known as Theodore Rue. He served in the War of 1812.
Census1840Lemon Twp., Butler County, Ohio, 1 male 10-15
2 males 15-20
1 male 40-50
1 female 10-15
1 female 41-50
Census19-Sep-1850Lemon Twp., Butler County, Ohio, real estate vaule 1,600.00
Census-Occ19-Sep-1850a farmer

Children of Theodorus C. Rue and Anne Covenhoven

John Conover

M, #3308, b. 17 Dec 1791, d. 8 Feb 1820
John Conover|b. 17 Dec 1791\nd. 8 Feb 1820|p34.htm#i3308|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|Jan W. Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba C. Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Peter Schenck|b. 1712\nd. 1816|p6.htm#i551|Jannetje Hendrickson|b. 1715|p12.htm#i1127|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John Conover was born on 17-Dec-1791. He was the son of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck. John married Ann Smock, daughter of Capt. Hendrick Smock and Sarah Lane, on 8-Feb-1814 at Freehold-Middletown Dutch Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. John Conover died on 8-Feb-1820 at age 28.
     He was also known as John Covenhoven.

Children of John Conover and Ann Smock

Ann Smock

F, #3309, b. 23 Feb 1794, d. 17 Sep 1876
Ann Smock|b. 23 Feb 1794\nd. 17 Sep 1876|p34.htm#i3309|Capt. Hendrick Smock|b. 25 Oct 1749\nd. 25 Mar 1814|p15.htm#i1436|Sarah Lane|b. 21 May 1758|p15.htm#i1408|Col. John Smock|b. 13 Feb 1727\nd. 26 Feb 1808|p15.htm#i1434|Elizabeth Covenhoven|b. 18 Mar 1725\nd. 7 May 1812|p15.htm#i1433|Aaron Lane|b. circa 1719\nd. 1805|p14.htm#i1399|Sarah Covenhoven|b. circa 1720\nd. 1812|p14.htm#i1398|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Ann Smock was born on 23-Feb-1794 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Capt. Hendrick Smock and Sarah Lane. Ann Smock was born on 28-Feb-1794. Ann married John Conover, son of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck, on 8-Feb-1814 at Freehold-Middletown Dutch Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Ann Smock died on 17-Sep-1876 at age 82.
     She was also known as Anne Smock.

Children of Ann Smock and John Conover

Sarah Ann Conover

F, #3310, b. 20 Feb 1815, d. 6 Dec 1851
Sarah Ann Conover|b. 20 Feb 1815\nd. 6 Dec 1851|p34.htm#i3310|John Conover|b. 17 Dec 1791\nd. 8 Feb 1820|p34.htm#i3308|Ann Smock|b. 23 Feb 1794\nd. 17 Sep 1876|p34.htm#i3309|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|Capt. Hendrick Smock|b. 25 Oct 1749\nd. 25 Mar 1814|p15.htm#i1436|Sarah Lane|b. 21 May 1758|p15.htm#i1408|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Sarah Ann Conover was born on 20-Feb-1815. She was the daughter of John Conover and Ann Smock. Sarah Ann Conover was baptized on 20-May-1815. Sarah married William Statesir on 20-Apr-1836; william's first wife. Sarah Ann Conover died on 6-Dec-1851 at age 36.
     She was also known as Sarah Ann Covenhoven.

William Statesir

M, #3311, b. 1 Jan 1806, d. 2 Jan 1899
      William Statesir was born on 1-Jan-1806. William married Sarah Ann Conover, daughter of John Conover and Ann Smock, on 20-Apr-1836; william's first wife. William married Cornelia Ann Vanderveer, daughter of Arthur Vanderveer and Elizabeth Trafford, in Jan-1855. William Statesir died on 2-Jan-1899 at age 93.

Cornelia Ann Vanderveer

F, #3312, b. 11 Apr 1816, d. 1888
Cornelia Ann Vanderveer|b. 11 Apr 1816\nd. 1888|p34.htm#i3312|Arthur Vanderveer|b. 22 Nov 1791\nd. 23 Jun 1866|p34.htm#i3313|Elizabeth Trafford|b. 5 Jul 1791\nd. 24 Oct 1870|p853.htm#i85234|Cornelius Vanderveer|b. circa 1758\nd. 1827|p577.htm#i57641|Altchie Vanderveer|b. 7 Dec 1765|p844.htm#i84349|Samuel Trafford||p3092.htm#i309185|Mehitable White||p3092.htm#i309186|

Relationship=4th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Cornelia Ann Vanderveer was born on 11-Apr-1816. She was the daughter of Arthur Vanderveer and Elizabeth Trafford. Cornelia married William Statesir in Jan-1855. Cornelia Ann Vanderveer died in 1888.

Arthur Vanderveer

M, #3313, b. 22 Nov 1791, d. 23 Jun 1866
Arthur Vanderveer|b. 22 Nov 1791\nd. 23 Jun 1866|p34.htm#i3313|Cornelius Vanderveer|b. circa 1758\nd. 1827|p577.htm#i57641|Altchie Vanderveer|b. 7 Dec 1765|p844.htm#i84349|Dominicus Vanderveer|b. 1736\nd. after 13 May 1782|p577.htm#i57640|Jannetje Williamsen|b. 3 Aug 1732|p13.htm#i1206|Cornelius Vanderveer|b. 31 May 1741|p26.htm#i2566|Maria Covenhoven|b. 11 May 1735|p26.htm#i2565|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Arthur Vanderveer was born on 22-Nov-1791 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Cornelius Vanderveer and Altchie Vanderveer. Arthur married Elizabeth Trafford, daughter of Samuel Trafford and Mehitable White, in 1815 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Arthur Vanderveer died on 23-Jun-1866 at Holmdel, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 74. Arthur was buried at Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     He resided at at Colts Neck, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Children of Arthur Vanderveer and Elizabeth Trafford

Peter G. Conover

M, #3314, b. 2 Jan 1797, d. 21 May 1886
Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|Jan W. Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba C. Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Peter Schenck|b. 1712\nd. 1816|p6.htm#i551|Jannetje Hendrickson|b. 1715|p12.htm#i1127|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Peter G. Conover was born on 2-Jan-1797. He was the son of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck. Peter married Charlotte Lyell, daughter of John Lyall and Helen Field, on 10-Nov-1819. Peter G. Conover died on 21-May-1886 at age 89. Peter's estate was proved on 17-Mar-1887.
     He was also known as Peter Covenhoven.
Peter G.'s left a will on 22-Jun-1881

Charlotte not mentioned in will.

Children of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell

Charlotte Lyell

F, #3315, b. 29 Jun 1799, d. 31 Mar 1876
Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|||||||||||||
      Charlotte Lyell was born on 29-Jun-1799. She was the daughter of John Lyall and Helen Field. Charlotte married Peter G. Conover, son of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck, on 10-Nov-1819. Charlotte Lyell died on 31-Mar-1876 at age 76. She died before 1881.
     She was also known as Charlotte Lyle. She was also known as Charlotte Lyall.

Children of Charlotte Lyell and Peter G. Conover

John Lyall

M, #3316
     John married Helen Field.
     John Lyall was also known as John Lyle.

Child of John Lyall and Helen Field

Helen Field

F, #3317
     Helen married John Lyall.

Child of Helen Field and John Lyall

John Lyell Conover

M, #3318, b. 18 Sep 1820, d. 16 Mar 1900
John Lyell Conover|b. 18 Sep 1820\nd. 16 Mar 1900|p34.htm#i3318|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John Lyell Conover was born on 18-Sep-1820 at New Jersey. He was the son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. John married Abigail Marie Bishop circa 1843. John Lyell Conover died on 16-Mar-1900 at age 79. John was buried at Fair View Cemetery, Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as John Lyall Covenhoven. John Lyell Conover of Wickatunk Drops Dead in His room
John Lyell Conover of Wickatunk died suddenly of apoplexy last Friday morning. He had had two very severe attacks of sickness during the past two years, but he had recovered from these and was in apparently good health. On Friday morning he arose at his usual hour and made his customary tour of the barn and other farm buildings. He returned to the house and went to his room for a moment. His family heard him fall to the floor and they went to see what was the matter. When they reached his side he was dead.

Mr. Conover was a descendent of the early Dutch settlers and was born in the same room in which he dropped dead. The house where he was born and where he died was built by the early Dutch settlers, and has been in the Conover family for more than 200 years. It is stored with old Dutch family records and family bibles, and contains a great deal of furniture that was brought over from Holland by the early Dutch settlers.

Mr. Conover was a Republican from the time of the organization of that party. He voted for Fremont and for every other presidential candidate of that party. Forty years ago he was one of the leading Republicans of Monmouth county and he took a prominent and an active part in the party campaigns. He was a personal friend of Governors Charles S. Olden, Marcus Ward and William A. Newell, and was one of their stanchest (sic) supporters when they ran for office. Of late years he had retired from active political life, although he maintained his interest in the Republican party up to the time of his death. He was a constant reader of the New York Tribune and had read it daily, from the time the first number was issued by Horace Greeley. At the time of his death he was still a subscriber to that paper. For many years he held office in Middletown township, and for seven years was assessor there. In those days the Republicans had no show to elect any of their candidates on the Republican ticket, and Mr. Conover was placed on the Democratic ticket because of the universal esteem in which he was held and because of his fitness. After the organization of the internal revenue system by the national government during the civil war, he was for a time assessor of internal revenue. His office at that time was at Red Bank, in the second story of the building which stood on the present location of Philip Kuhl’s barber shop.

Mr. Conover was the son of Peter G. Conover and Margaret Lyell. He was born in 1812. He married Abigail Bishop of Keyport, a sister of Captain Bishop of that place. His living children are Charles P. Conover, Edwin B. Conover and Mrs. J. C. Schanck of Homdel, Mrs. T. H. Roberts of Rahway, Mrs. Sarah Mack of Philadelphia and Clarence and Miss Florence Conover, who live at home. He leaves also two brothers, Lafayette Conover of Wickatunk and Garrett Conover of Marlboro.

The funeral was held at the house on Monday, and the burial was at Fair view cemetery. Mr. Conover was one of the original stockholders of this cemetery and was president of the cemetery association up to five years ago, when he retired on account of failing health. During his residence in Middletown township he occupied what is now the Major Field farm. Fourteen years ago, on the death of his father at the family homestead farm at Wickatunk, he moved back to the homestead farm and remained there until his death.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Mar 21, 1900.

Census13-Aug-1850Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, real estate value 6,000.00
Census7-Jul-1860Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, real estate value 7,000.00, personal property 5,000.00
Census27-Jul-1870Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, real estate value 7,000.00, personal property 2,500.00
Census-Occ13-Aug-1850a farmer
Census-Occ7-Jul-1860a farmer
Census-Occ27-Jul-1870a farmer

Children of John Lyell Conover and Abigail Marie Bishop

Abigail Marie Bishop

F, #3319, b. 15 Mar 1822, d. 6 Oct 1907
      Abigail Marie Bishop was born on 15-Mar-1822 at New Jersey. Abigail married John Lyell Conover, son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell, circa 1843. Abigail Marie Bishop died on 6-Oct-1907 at age 85. Abigail was buried at Fair View Cemetery, Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Abbie M. Bishop.
Census13-Aug-1850Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, real estate value 6,000.00
Census7-Jul-1860Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, real estate value 7,000.00, personal property 5,000.00
Census27-Jul-1870Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, real estate value 7,000.00, personal property 2,500.00

Children of Abigail Marie Bishop and John Lyell Conover

Lafayette Schenck Conover

M, #3320, b. 21 Feb 1822, d. 12 Jul 1901
Lafayette Schenck Conover|b. 21 Feb 1822\nd. 12 Jul 1901|p34.htm#i3320|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Lafayette Schenck Conover was born on 21-Feb-1822 at Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. Lafayette married Elizabeth Schenck, daughter of William R. Schenck and Abbie Polhemus, on 11-Jan-1846 at Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Lafayette Schenck Conover died on 12-Jul-1901 at age 79.
     He was also known as Lafayette Schenck Covenhoven. He resided at at Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, in 1847. He resided at at Marlborough, Monmouth County, New Jersey, in 1850.

Lafayette Conover Dead

He Died Last Friday From a Stroke of Paralysis

He Was One of the Wealthiest Farmers of Monmouth County and for Many Years was a Political Leader in Marlboro Township

Lafayette Conover of Wickatunk, one of the wealthiest and most widely known farmers of Monmouth county, died on Friday of paralysis, aged 79 years. He had been in failing health for several months but had been confined to the bed only ten days. He was active in both body and mind until stricken with the shock that terminated fatally. His funeral was held on Monday at the house and was conducted by Rev. A. I. Martine, pastor of the old Brick Reformed church at Bradevelt.

Lafayette Conover was a direct descendent of the Covenhoven (or Conover) family that came over from Holland in 1680 and located on Manhattan island. The first of this family to locate in Monmouth county was John Conover, great-grandfather of Lafayette Conover. He came to this county in 1704 and settled on the farm of the late Peter G. Conover at Bradevelt, which is still in possession of the Conover family. Conover's sons were John Lyell, Lafayette, Stacy P., Garrett P. and Charles. Garrett, who lives at East Freehold, in the only one who survives. Stacy P. died a number of years ago and John Lyell died about a year ago on the homestead farm. He also had three daughters, all of whom are dead.

Lafayette Conover was born in 1822. He attended the district school until he was fifteen years old and his services were then needed on the farm. He worked on the farm with his father until 1846, when he married Elizabeth Schenck, daughter of William R. Schenck of Marlboro township. She survives him and he also leaves a son and a daughter. The son is ex-Freeholder Charles E. Conover, who lives across the road from his father's farm, and the daughter is Mrs. Jennie Millspaugh, wife of Charles Millspaugh, who lived near her father's place until a few months ago, when the family moved to Brooklyn. Two other children died in infancy.

Upon his marriage in 1846 Mr. Conover moved to Nut Swamp, in Middletown township, on a farm which he and his brother, John Lyell Conover, bought together. Two years later he returned to Marlboro township and bought the farm of his wife's father, on which he lived until the time of his death. This farm adjoins the farm on which he was born and also adjoins the farm of his brother, Stacy P. Conover. Besides engaging in farming Mr. Conover conducted a distillery for a good many years, but of late years the distillery has not been in operation. He was very successful as a farmer and he was reputed to be one ot the wealthiest farmers in Monmouth county. The farm on which he lived is one of the finest in the county. The house is large and of commanding appearance and the outbuildings and grounds are kept in fine shape. He also owned the farm on which his son lives and the farm on which his daughter lived until her removal to Brooklyn. The farm on which his son lives formerly belonged to Judge Spader. The farm contains a little over one hundred acres and Mr. Conover paid $18,000 for it. This was during the civil war, when farm land was very high.

In practice Mr. Conover was a Democrat, and he had been active in the political affairs of the county and of the township in which he lived. He served for seven years on the board of freeholders and was a member of the committee that built the new court house and jail after the original buildings were destroyed by fire. He had been a member of the township committee of Marlboro township and collector of the township. He was active in political affairs at the time when ex-Judge John W. Herbert was leader of the Republican party in Marlboro township, and many a hard-fought battle was waged between them at primaries at Marlboro village at the time when voting was done by squad and when the followers of the rival leaders would line up on either side of the public road to be counted. Mr. Conover had always been associated with the old Brick church and was one of the largest contributors toward its support. He was at one time director and treasurer of the Keyport transportation company and a director of the Freehold and New York railroad.

Mr. Conover's life was characterized by honesty and strict integrity in all his dealings. He was of a warm-hearted, genial nature, and was held in high regard by all who knew him.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jul 17, 1901.




A Rich Farmer's Will

Chas. E. Conover Gets Most of his Father's Property

Lafayette Conover Bequeathed to His Daughter, Mrs. Charles H. Millspaugh, $6,000, and Left All the Rest of His Estate to His Son

Lafayette Conover of Marlboro township made his will on the 15th day of last December. Mr. Conover owned three farms at the time of his death, and he also owned considerable personal property. One of these farms was the homestead property, which was formerly owned by Mr. Conover's father-in-law, William R. Schanck. Another farm adjoined the homestead farm, and had been bought by Mr. Conover from William Spader. This farm is occupied by Mr. Conover's son, Charles E. Conover. These two farms together contained about 174 acres. The other farm was bought by Mr. Conover from James Johnson, and contains about 149 acres. This farm was occupied for upwards of twenty years by Mr. Conover's daughter, Jane Elizabeth Millspaugh, and her husband, Charles H. Millspaugh. A few months ago Mr. and Mrs. Millspaugh moved from the farm and are now living in Brooklyn.

Mr. Conover left to his widow, Elizabeth Conover, the use of the homestead house and the use of the garden and grounds about the house, as long as she should live. He also left her an annuity of $500, which sum is to be paid to her annually in advance. The will provides that the first payment of $500 shall be made one month after Mr. Conover's death, and that as long as Mrs. Conover shall live a payment of $500 shall be made annually on that day. As Mr. Conover died on the 12th day of July the first payment will be made on August 12th. This annuity is made a charge on the property devised to Mr. Conover's son, Charles E. Conover. Charles E. Conover is also to provide for his mother's use a horse and carriage, to be used by her whenever she wishes. After Mrs. Conover's death the household goods and furniture left by Lafayette Conover are to be equally divided between his son and daughter.

The homestead farm and the adjoining farm which was bought from William Spader were left to Charles E. Conover, subject to his mother's life right in the property and subject also to the payment to her of the annuity of $500. Charles E. Conover also gets a woodlot of ten acres in Marlboro township, adjoining the lands of Charles Boice and others, and which was formerly owned by William R. Schanck. Another tract of woodland, which was bought by Lafayette Conover in two parcels, one from John S. Whitlock and one from William Spader, and which woodland adjoins lands of the heirs of Jonathan I. Morgan, was also left to Charles E. Conover.

Lafayette Conover bequeathed to his daughter, Jane Elizabeth Millspaugh, the sum of $6,000. In his will Mr. Conover states that he left only this amount to his daughter "in consideration of what my daughter, Jane Elizabeth Millspaugh, wife of Charles Millspaugh, has had from me, in almost the free use of one of my farms, containing 149 acres for 22 years; her husband having on April 1st, 1879, given me his note for $2,000 but paid neither principal nor interest thereon." This bequest to his daughter is still further modified. The homestead farm was bought from Mr. Conover's father-in-law, William R. Schanck, and Mr. Conover's widow owned an undivided one-third interest in the farm. Mr. Conover provided in his will that if his widow should leave any part of her interest in the homestead farm to Mrs. Millspaugh, or if his widow should die without a will and Mrs. Millspaugh thereby become entitled to any part of the homestead farm, that the value of the portion of the farm so received by Mr. Millspaugh shall be deducted from the $6,000 she is to receive from her father, Mr. Conover expressly stating that he desires his daughter to receive in the aggregate no more than the sum of $6,000.

Charles E. Conover was made the executor of his father's will and he was directed to sell the farm which his father had bought from James Johnson and which was occupied for so many years by Mr. and Mrs. Millspaugh. All the remainder of Lafayette Conover's estate, after paying the special bequests mentioned, is to go to Charles E. Conover.

The witnesses to the will were John P. Walker and J. Clarence Conover of Freehold.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jul 31, 1901.


Children of Lafayette Schenck Conover and Elizabeth Schenck

Elizabeth Schenck

F, #3321, b. 22 Jul 1824, d. 3 Jan 1916
Elizabeth Schenck|b. 22 Jul 1824\nd. 3 Jan 1916|p34.htm#i3321|William R. Schenck|b. 23 Nov 1796\nd. 21 May 1850|p1693.htm#i169250|Abbie Polhemus|b. 19 Dec 1797|p1514.htm#i151372|Roelof P. Schenck|b. 27 Dec 1748\nd. 26 Nov 1814|p25.htm#i2422|Elizabeth Gordon|b. 8 Dec 1757\nd. 15 Aug 1837|p25.htm#i2423|Daniel J. Polhemus|b. 28 Apr 1760\nd. 22 Jun 1831|p1032.htm#i103189|Elizabeth Van Mater|b. 20 Apr 1764\nd. 23 Oct 1813|p1032.htm#i103190|

Relationship=4th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Elizabeth Schenck was born on 22-Jul-1824 at Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of William R. Schenck and Abbie Polhemus. Elizabeth married Lafayette Schenck Conover, son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell, on 11-Jan-1846 at Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Elizabeth married Daniel Conover, son of Tylee Conover and Maria Schenck, on 26-Nov-1851. Elizabeth Schenck died on 3-Jan-1916 at age 91. She died on 26-Sep-1918 at age 94. Elizabeth was buried at Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Elizabeth A. Schenck. She was also known as Elizabeth Schanck.

Children of Elizabeth Schenck and Lafayette Schenck Conover

Children of Elizabeth Schenck and Daniel Conover

Ann Elizabeth Conover

F, #3323, b. 15 May 1824, d. 9 Jul 1872
Ann Elizabeth Conover|b. 15 May 1824\nd. 9 Jul 1872|p34.htm#i3323|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Ann Elizabeth Conover was born on 15-May-1824. She was the daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. Ann married David Baird, son of James Baird and Ann Buck, on 17-Dec-1848 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Ann Elizabeth Conover died on 9-Jul-1872 at age 48.
     She was also known as Ann Elizabeth Covenhoven.

Children of Ann Elizabeth Conover and David Baird

David Baird

M, #3324, b. 29 Jan 1824, d. 23 Aug 1864
David Baird|b. 29 Jan 1824\nd. 23 Aug 1864|p34.htm#i3324|James Baird|d. 1 Mar 1848|p1583.htm#i158231|Ann Buck|b. 10 Mar 1795\nd. 10 Jan 1851|p1583.htm#i158232|||||||John H. Buck|b. 7 Jul 1768\nd. 19 Apr 1829|p3683.htm#i368231|Ann West|b. 28 May 1774\nd. 11 Apr 1854|p3683.htm#i368232|
      David Baird was born on 29-Jan-1824; clculated. He was the son of James Baird and Ann Buck. David married Ann Elizabeth Conover, daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell, on 17-Dec-1848 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. David Baird died on 23-Aug-1864 at age 40.

Children of David Baird and Ann Elizabeth Conover

Eleanor Schenck Conover

F, #3325, b. 30 Jun 1827
Eleanor Schenck Conover|b. 30 Jun 1827|p34.htm#i3325|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Eleanor Schenck Conover was born on 30-Jun-1827. She was the daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. Eleanor married Alfred Livingston Conover, son of John I. Conover and Lydia Johnson, on 21-Dec-1847.
     Eleanor Schenck Conover was also known as Eleanor Schenck Covenhoven.

Children of Eleanor Schenck Conover and Alfred Livingston Conover

Alfred Livingston Conover

M, #3326, b. 20 Mar 1823
Alfred Livingston Conover|b. 20 Mar 1823|p34.htm#i3326|John I. Conover|b. 17 Aug 1784\nd. 13 Jun 1871|p21.htm#i2032|Lydia Johnson|b. 10 Mar 1785\nd. 15 Sep 1858|p21.htm#i2033|John P. Covenhoven|b. 6 Jan 1740\nd. 24 Dec 1811|p21.htm#i2021|Mary J. McGalliard|b. 23 Jan 1749\nd. 14 Aug 1798|p21.htm#i2022|William Johnson||p582.htm#i58147|Mary Gaston||p1248.htm#i124707|

Relationship=4th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Alfred Livingston Conover was born on 20-Mar-1823. He was the son of John I. Conover and Lydia Johnson. Alfred married Eleanor Schenck Conover, daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell, on 21-Dec-1847.

Children of Alfred Livingston Conover and Eleanor Schenck Conover

Stacy Prickett Conover

M, #3327, b. 5 Jun 1828, d. 17 Nov 1896
Stacy Prickett Conover|b. 5 Jun 1828\nd. 17 Nov 1896|p34.htm#i3327|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Stacy Prickett Conover was born on 5-Jun-1828 at ancestral home, Marlborough, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. Stacy married Ellen L. Schenck, daughter of Daniel Polhemus Schenck and Lydia Hendrickson Longstreet, on 3-Jul-1860. Stacy Prickett Conover died on 17-Nov-1896 at Holmdel, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 68. Stacy was buried at Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Stacey P. Covenhoven.
Census27-Jul-1870Marlboro Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, real estate 25,000, personal property 4,440
Census1-Jul-1880Marlboro Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey
Census-Occ27-Jul-1870a farmer
Census-Occ1-Jul-1880a ffarmer

Ellen L. Schenck

F, #3328, b. 2 Nov 1832, d. 18 Aug 1890
Ellen L. Schenck|b. 2 Nov 1832\nd. 18 Aug 1890|p34.htm#i3328|Daniel Polhemus Schenck|b. 12 May 1805\nd. 29 Dec 1864|p34.htm#i3329|Lydia Hendrickson Longstreet|b. 18 Dec 1809\nd. 7 Apr 1838|p582.htm#i58158|Chrineyonce Schenck|b. 29 Dec 1760\nd. 15 Mar 1840|p989.htm#i98848|Margaret Polhemus|b. 11 Nov 1765\nd. 1 Jan 1857|p989.htm#i98849|Hendrick L. Longstreet|b. 14 May 1785\nd. 26 Feb 1860|p21.htm#i2009|Mary Holmes|b. 16 Jan 1786\nd. 28 Jan 1872|p1049.htm#i104817|

Relationship=4th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Ellen L. Schenck was born on 2-Nov-1832. She was the daughter of Daniel Polhemus Schenck and Lydia Hendrickson Longstreet. Ellen married Stacy Prickett Conover, son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell, on 3-Jul-1860. Ellen L. Schenck died on 18-Aug-1890 at age 57. Ellen was buried at Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Eleanor Schenck.
Census27-Jul-1870Marlboro Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, real estate 25,000, personal property 4,440
Census1-Jul-1880Marlboro Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey

Daniel Polhemus Schenck

M, #3329, b. 12 May 1805, d. 29 Dec 1864
Daniel Polhemus Schenck|b. 12 May 1805\nd. 29 Dec 1864|p34.htm#i3329|Chrineyonce Schenck|b. 29 Dec 1760\nd. 15 Mar 1840|p989.htm#i98848|Margaret Polhemus|b. 11 Nov 1765\nd. 1 Jan 1857|p989.htm#i98849|Jan Schenck|b. 27 Jun 1722\nd. 24 Dec 1808|p6.htm#i565|Neeltje Bennet|b. 29 Nov 1728\nd. 1 Jun 1810|p1414.htm#i141365|John Polhemus|b. 28 Oct 1733\nd. 24 Mar 1820|p5.htm#i454|Mary Van Mater|b. 7 Mar 1732/33\nd. 27 Sep 1809|p27.htm#i2611|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Daniel Polhemus Schenck was born on 12-May-1805. He was the son of Chrineyonce Schenck and Margaret Polhemus. Daniel married Lydia Hendrickson Longstreet, daughter of Hendrick L. Longstreet and Mary Holmes, on 30-Nov-1831. Daniel married Mary Conover, daughter of John C. Conover and Elizabeth Vanderbilt, on 10-Oct-1843 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Daniel Polhemus Schenck died on 29-Dec-1864 at age 59.
     He resided at at Marlborough, Monmouth County, New Jersey, in 1860.

Children of Daniel Polhemus Schenck and Lydia Hendrickson Longstreet

Children of Daniel Polhemus Schenck and Mary Conover

Garret P. Conover

M, #3330, b. 7 Jul 1832, d. 15 May 1912
Garret P. Conover|b. 7 Jul 1832\nd. 15 May 1912|p34.htm#i3330|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Garret P. Conover was born on 7-Jul-1832. He was the son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. Garret married Mary L. Hulse. Garret P. Conover died on 15-May-1912 at age 79.
     He was also known as Garrret P. Covenhoven.

Mary L. Hulse

F, #3331
     Mary married Garret P. Conover, son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell.
     Mary L. Hulse was also known as Mary L. Hulsart.

Charles Conover

M, #3332, b. 25 Jan 1842, d. 11 Oct 1844
Charles Conover|b. 25 Jan 1842\nd. 11 Oct 1844|p34.htm#i3332|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Charles Conover was born on 25-Jan-1842. He was the son of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. He died young.
     Charles Conover was also known as Charles Covenhoven.

Emma Conover

F, #3333, b. 25 Jul 1830, d. 22 Nov 1894
Emma Conover|b. 25 Jul 1830\nd. 22 Nov 1894|p34.htm#i3333|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Emma Conover was born on 25-Jul-1830. She was the daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. Emma married Ferdinand Hyer, son of John W. Hyer and Mary Buck. Emma Conover died on 22-Nov-1894 at age 64.
     She was also known as Emma Covenhoven.

Ferdinand Hyer1

M, #3334, b. circa 1825?, d. 25 Jul 1898
Ferdinand Hyer|b. circa 1825?\nd. 25 Jul 1898|p34.htm#i3334|John W. Hyer||p34.htm#i3335|Mary Buck||p34.htm#i3336|||||||||||||
      Ferdinand Hyer was born circa 1825? He was the son of John W. Hyer and Mary Buck. Ferdinand married Emma Conover, daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. Ferdinand Hyer died on 25-Jul-1898 at Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Citations

  1. Probable.

John W. Hyer

M, #3335
     John married Mary Buck.

Child of John W. Hyer and Mary Buck

Mary Buck

F, #3336
     Mary married John W. Hyer.

Child of Mary Buck and John W. Hyer

Amanda Conover

F, #3337, b. 18 Dec 1834, d. 20 Oct 1844
Amanda Conover|b. 18 Dec 1834\nd. 20 Oct 1844|p34.htm#i3337|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Amanda Conover was born on 18-Dec-1834; calculated. She was the daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. She died young.
     Amanda Conover was also known as Amanda Covenhoven.

Jane Covenhoven

F, #3338, b. 29 Dec 1836, d. 12 Oct 1844
Jane Covenhoven|b. 29 Dec 1836\nd. 12 Oct 1844|p34.htm#i3338|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jane Covenhoven was born on 29-Dec-1836; clculated. She was the daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. She died young.

Eugenia Conover

F, #3339, b. 15 Aug 1845, d. 5 Jan 1848
Eugenia Conover|b. 15 Aug 1845\nd. 5 Jan 1848|p34.htm#i3339|Peter G. Conover|b. 2 Jan 1797\nd. 21 May 1886|p34.htm#i3314|Charlotte Lyell|b. 29 Jun 1799\nd. 31 Mar 1876|p34.htm#i3315|Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Antje Schenck|b. 9 Aug 1753\nd. 5 Apr 1803|p12.htm#i1163|John Lyall||p34.htm#i3316|Helen Field||p34.htm#i3317|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Eugenia Conover was born on 15-Aug-1845. She was the daughter of Peter G. Conover and Charlotte Lyell. He died young.
     Eugenia Conover was also known as Eugenia Covenhoven.

Neeltje Vanderveer

F, #3342, b. 1668
Neeltje Vanderveer|b. 1668|p34.htm#i3342|Cornelius Janse Vanderveer|b. 3 Mar 1622/23\nd. before 22 Feb 1703|p3.htm#i269|Tryntje Mandeville|b. between 1650 and 1653\nd. 1696|p3.htm#i270|||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
      Neeltje Vanderveer was born in 1668. She was the daughter of Cornelius Janse Vanderveer and Tryntje Mandeville. Neeltje Vanderveer and Capt. Daniel Polhemus were engaged on 13-Jul-1685 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Neeltje married Capt. Daniel Polhemus on 13-Aug-1685.

Children of Neeltje Vanderveer and Capt. Daniel Polhemus

Capt. Daniel Polhemus

M, #3343, b. circa 1662, d. circa 1730
      Capt. Daniel Polhemus was born circa 1662 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. He and Neeltje Vanderveer were engaged on 13-Jul-1685 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Daniel married Neeltje Vanderveer, daughter of Cornelius Janse Vanderveer and Tryntje Mandeville, on 13-Aug-1685. Capt. Daniel Polhemus died circa 1730 at Colts Neck, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Children of Capt. Daniel Polhemus and Neeltje Vanderveer

Dominicus Vanderveer

M, #3346, b. 16 Nov 1679, d. 1755
Dominicus Vanderveer|b. 16 Nov 1679\nd. 1755|p34.htm#i3346|Cornelius Janse Vanderveer|b. 3 Mar 1622/23\nd. before 22 Feb 1703|p3.htm#i269|Tryntje Mandeville|b. between 1650 and 1653\nd. 1696|p3.htm#i270|||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
     Dominicus Vanderveer was baptized on 16-Nov-1679. He was the son of Cornelius Janse Vanderveer and Tryntje Mandeville. Dominicus married Maria Margaretha Van Noortwyck on 28-Jan-1703 at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York; Dominicus's first wife. Dominicus married Maria Margaretha Van Noortwyck on 7-Feb-1702/3 at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Dominicus married Jannetje Van Nostrand before 1719; Dominicus's second wife. Dominicus Vanderveer died in 1755.

Children of Dominicus Vanderveer and Maria Margaretha Van Noortwyck

Child of Dominicus Vanderveer and Jannetje Van Nostrand

Maria Margaretha Van Noortwyck

F, #3347, b. 23 Feb 1684, d. before 21 Sep 1712
     Maria Margaretha Van Noortwyck was baptized on 23-Feb-1684 at Rozenburg, Netherlands. Maria married Dominicus Vanderveer, son of Cornelius Janse Vanderveer and Tryntje Mandeville, on 28-Jan-1703 at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York; Dominicus's first wife. Maria married Dominicus Vanderveer, son of Cornelius Janse Vanderveer and Tryntje Mandeville, on 7-Feb-1702/3 at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Maria Margaretha Van Noortwyck died before 21-Sep-1712.
     She was also known as Maria Orteck. She immigrated in Dec-1695 to New Amsterdam, New York County, New York.

Children of Maria Margaretha Van Noortwyck and Dominicus Vanderveer

Jannetje Van Nostrand

F, #3348
     Jannetje married Dominicus Vanderveer, son of Cornelius Janse Vanderveer and Tryntje Mandeville, before 1719; Dominicus's second wife.

Child of Jannetje Van Nostrand and Dominicus Vanderveer

William Updike

M, #3361, b. 20 Apr 1704, d. after 24 Mar 1783
      William Updike was born in 1704. He was baptized on 20-Apr-1704. William married Anna Johnson, daughter of Rutgert Johnson and Annetje Garrets, before 1753. William married Ann Hutchinson on 10-Nov-1761. William Updike died after 24-Mar-1783 at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey.
     He resided at at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey, circa 1745.
William's left a will on 10-Aug-1780 at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey.

William Updike oif Windsor Township, Middlesex County, being aged and infrirm. Wife, Ann, All personal estate and L25 yearly to be paid by my son Levi. Son, Lefi, farm where he lives, of 250 Acres. To children of my son, William, deceased, fram where they live of 240 acres. Daughter, Rebecca, wife of Martin Hogland, farm where they live, of 65 acres and is part of the land I bought of James Perrine, and joins Court Voorfhis; also 35 avres of swanmp, that joines Moses Grooms and the late Dominicus Covenhoven. Daughter, Elizabeth, rest of land bought of James Perrine. Daughther, Mary Covenhoven, L190. Daughter, Mary, 10 acres of land.

Executors, son, Levi, amy my grandsons, John and William Covenhoven. Witnesses: Moses Groom, David Slaback, Joseph Olden.

He wrote a codicil on 24-Mar-1783.
Occupationa farmer

Child of William Updike and Anna Johnson

John Covenhoven

M, #3362, b. circa 1750, d. 1792
John Covenhoven|b. circa 1750\nd. 1792|p34.htm#i3362|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Jan W. Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba C. Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|William Updike|b. 20 Apr 1704\nd. after 24 Mar 1783|p34.htm#i3361|Anna Johnson||p401.htm#i40086|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John Covenhoven was born circa 1750 at Windsor Twp., New Jersey. He was the son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike. John Covenhoven was born in May-1750 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He died in 1792 at Windsor Twp., New Jersey. John's estate was proved on 11-Aug-1792.
     He was also known as John Conover. In his will dated Apr 4, 1792, John Covenhoven of Windsor Township mentioned his wife Rachel and sons and daughters though not by name. The executors were his brother William Covenhoven, his mother Mary Covenhoven, and Martin Hoagland.

Rachel Tindall

F, #3363, b. 12 Jul 1751
Rachel Tindall|b. 12 Jul 1751|p34.htm#i3363|William Tindall Jr.||p3069.htm#i306858|Margaret (Unknown)||p3069.htm#i306859|||||||||||||
      Rachel Tindall was born on 12-Jul-1751 at West Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of William Tindall Jr. and Margaret (Unknown). Rachel married John Covenhoven, son of William Covenhoven and Catryntje Lane; This marriage is questionalble. Rachel Tindall died at Middlesex County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Rachel Tyndal.

Children of Rachel Tindall and John Covenhoven

Rebecca Bright1

F, #3365
     Rebecca married James Covenhoven, son of John Covenhoven and Rachel Tindall, on 26-Aug-1807 at Fayette County, Kentucky.

Citations

  1. Perhaps the widow of Nicholas.

Joseph Covenhoven

M, #3366, b. 1784, d. 1850
Joseph Covenhoven|b. 1784\nd. 1850|p34.htm#i3366|John Covenhoven|b. 14 Sep 1734|p12.htm#i1138|Rachel Tindall|b. 12 Jul 1751|p34.htm#i3363|William Covenhoven|b. 25 Oct 1705\nd. 25 Nov 1764|p3.htm#i264|Catryntje Lane|b. 16 May 1709\nd. 24 Jun 1787|p3.htm#i265|William Tindall Jr.||p3069.htm#i306858|Margaret (Unknown)||p3069.htm#i306859|

Relationship=1st cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Joseph Covenhoven was born in 1784 at West Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. He was the son of John Covenhoven and Rachel Tindall. Joseph Covenhoven married Mary Yates on 14-Aug-1794 and had one daughter at Fayette County, Kentucky. Joseph Covenhoven died in 1850.

Mary Yates

F, #3367
     Mary Yates married Joseph Covenhoven, son of John Covenhoven and Rachel Tindall, on 14-Aug-1794 and had one daughter at Fayette County, Kentucky.

Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven

M, #3368, b. 1 Apr 1753, d. 11 Dec 1823
Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven|b. 1 Apr 1753\nd. 11 Dec 1823|p34.htm#i3368|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Jan W. Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba C. Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|William Updike|b. 20 Apr 1704\nd. after 24 Mar 1783|p34.htm#i3361|Anna Johnson||p401.htm#i40086|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven was born on 1-Apr-1753 at Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. He was born on 1-Apr-1753 at Windsor Twp., New Jersey. He was the son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike. William married Elizabeth Schenck, daughter of John Garretse Schenck and Mary Johnson, on 22-Oct-1771 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey. William married Ann Van Voorhees on 1-Jun-1817 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven died on 11-Dec-1823 at Bloomsbury, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, at age 70. William was buried circa 12-Dec-1823 at First Baptist Church Cemetery, Hopewell, New Jersey.
     He and William Covenhoven were This is a discrepency as to who the correct parents are. Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven was also known as William Conover. He Served in Capt. William Radcliff's company, Col Moses Graham's Regiment in 1777. He Served as sergeant major in Capt. William Radcliff's Company in 1779. He at Old School Baptist Church, Hopewell, New Jersey, 17-Apr-1813.

Children of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck

Elizabeth Schenck

F, #3369, b. 15 May 1754, d. 17 Jul 1816
Elizabeth Schenck|b. 15 May 1754\nd. 17 Jul 1816|p34.htm#i3369|John Garretse Schenck|b. 7 Dec 1717\nd. 13 Feb 1775|p12.htm#i1189|Mary Johnson|b. 25 Aug 1721\nd. 7 Nov 1767|p12.htm#i1190|Garret R. Schenck|b. 27 Oct 1671\nd. 5 Sep 1745|p12.htm#i1181|Neeltje C. Van Voorhees|b. 30 Jun 1676\nd. 4 Aug 1750|p6.htm#i567|Rutgert Johnson|b. 16 Nov 1669|p36.htm#i3594|Annetje Garrets|b. 17 Feb 1668/69|p36.htm#i3595|

Relationship=3rd cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Elizabeth Schenck was born on 15-May-1754 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of John Garretse Schenck and Mary Johnson. Elizabeth married Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven, son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike, on 22-Oct-1771 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Elizabeth Schenck died on 17-Jul-1816 at age 62. Elizabeth was buried at First Baptist Church Cemetery, Hopewell, Mercer County, New Jersey.

Children of Elizabeth Schenck and Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven

Ann Van Voorhees

F, #3372, b. 22 Feb 1763
     Ann Van Voorhees was baptized on 20-Jul-1755 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was born on 22-Feb-1763. Ann married Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven, son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike, on 1-Jun-1817 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

John Covenhoven

M, #3373, b. 6 Dec 1774, d. 14 Jun 1777
John Covenhoven|b. 6 Dec 1774\nd. 14 Jun 1777|p34.htm#i3373|Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven|b. 1 Apr 1753\nd. 11 Dec 1823|p34.htm#i3368|Elizabeth Schenck|b. 15 May 1754\nd. 17 Jul 1816|p34.htm#i3369|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|John G. Schenck|b. 7 Dec 1717\nd. 13 Feb 1775|p12.htm#i1189|Mary Johnson|b. 25 Aug 1721\nd. 7 Nov 1767|p12.htm#i1190|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John Covenhoven was born on 6-Dec-1774 at New Jersey. He was the son of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck. John Covenhoven died on 14-Jun-1777 at age 2.

Mary Covenhoven

F, #3374, b. 27 Aug 1777, d. 11 Feb 1806
Mary Covenhoven|b. 27 Aug 1777\nd. 11 Feb 1806|p34.htm#i3374|Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven|b. 1 Apr 1753\nd. 11 Dec 1823|p34.htm#i3368|Elizabeth Schenck|b. 15 May 1754\nd. 17 Jul 1816|p34.htm#i3369|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|John G. Schenck|b. 7 Dec 1717\nd. 13 Feb 1775|p12.htm#i1189|Mary Johnson|b. 25 Aug 1721\nd. 7 Nov 1767|p12.htm#i1190|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mary Covenhoven was born on 27-Aug-1777 at New Jersey. She was the daughter of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck. Mary married Daniel Polhemus on 17-Feb-1796. Mary Covenhoven died on 11-Feb-1806 at age 28. Mary was buried after 11-Feb-1806 at Voorhees-Nevius Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Somerset County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Mary Conover.

Daniel Polhemus

M, #3375
     Daniel married Mary Covenhoven, daughter of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck, on 17-Feb-1796.

Catharine Covenhoven

F, #3376, b. 14 Nov 1779
Catharine Covenhoven|b. 14 Nov 1779|p34.htm#i3376|Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven|b. 1 Apr 1753\nd. 11 Dec 1823|p34.htm#i3368|Elizabeth Schenck|b. 15 May 1754\nd. 17 Jul 1816|p34.htm#i3369|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|John G. Schenck|b. 7 Dec 1717\nd. 13 Feb 1775|p12.htm#i1189|Mary Johnson|b. 25 Aug 1721\nd. 7 Nov 1767|p12.htm#i1190|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Catharine Covenhoven was born on 14-Nov-1779. She was the daughter of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck. Catharine married Gerardus Beekman Stryker, son of Abraham Stryker and Cornelia Beekman, on 10-Jan-1808 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
     Catharine Covenhoven was also known as Catherine Conover.

Children of Catharine Covenhoven and Gerardus Beekman Stryker

Gerardus Beekman Stryker

M, #3377, b. 30 Oct 1778, d. 1872
Gerardus Beekman Stryker|b. 30 Oct 1778\nd. 1872|p34.htm#i3377|Abraham Stryker|b. 10 Jan 1752\nd. 2 Nov 1827|p1572.htm#i157150|Cornelia Beekman|b. 10 Jan 1752\nd. 2 Nov 1827|p1572.htm#i157151|Abraham Stryker|b. 2 Aug 1715\nd. 4 Apr 1777|p1552.htm#i155178|Ida Ryder|b. 9 Nov 1719\nd. 12 Nov 1753|p1552.htm#i155179|Gerardus Beekman|b. 6 Nov 1707\nd. 1778|p2482.htm#i248109|Catharine Van Dyck|b. 10 Apr 1708\nd. before Jul 1792|p2482.htm#i248110|
      Gerardus Beekman Stryker was born on 30-Oct-1778 at Harlingen, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of Abraham Stryker and Cornelia Beekman. Gerardus married Catharine Covenhoven, daughter of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck, on 10-Jan-1808 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Gerardus Beekman Stryker died in 1872.
     He was also known as Grotus Beekman Stryker.

Children of Gerardus Beekman Stryker and Catharine Covenhoven

Elias Conover

M, #3378, b. 20 Dec 1781, d. 22 Jan 1848
Elias Conover|b. 20 Dec 1781\nd. 22 Jan 1848|p34.htm#i3378|Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven|b. 1 Apr 1753\nd. 11 Dec 1823|p34.htm#i3368|Elizabeth Schenck|b. 15 May 1754\nd. 17 Jul 1816|p34.htm#i3369|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|John G. Schenck|b. 7 Dec 1717\nd. 13 Feb 1775|p12.htm#i1189|Mary Johnson|b. 25 Aug 1721\nd. 7 Nov 1767|p12.htm#i1190|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Elias Conover was born on 20-Dec-1781 at New Jersey. He was the son of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck. Elias married Sarah Vanderveer, daughter of Dr. Lawrence Vanderveer and Marie Onderdonk, on 22-Nov-1807 at Somerset County, New Jersey. Elias Conover died on 22-Jan-1848 at Menard County, Illinois, at age 66.
     He was also known as Elias Covenhoven.

Children of Elias Conover and Sarah Vanderveer

Sarah Vanderveer

F, #3379, b. 11 Mar 1789, d. 3 Mar 1849
Sarah Vanderveer|b. 11 Mar 1789\nd. 3 Mar 1849|p34.htm#i3379|Dr. Lawrence Vanderveer|b. 1740\nd. 8 Dec 1815|p1642.htm#i164152|Marie Onderdonk|b. 1752\nd. 6 May 1812|p1642.htm#i164153|Jacobus Vanderveer|b. 6 Mar 1703/4\nd. 17 Nov 1776|p670.htm#i66978||||||||||
      Sarah Vanderveer was born on 11-Mar-1789 at Somerset County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Dr. Lawrence Vanderveer and Marie Onderdonk. Sarah married Elias Conover, son of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck, on 22-Nov-1807 at Somerset County, New Jersey. Sarah Vanderveer died on 3-Mar-1849 at Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 59. Sarah was buried at Bedminster, Somerset County, New Jersey.

Children of Sarah Vanderveer and Elias Conover

William Schenck Covenhoven

M, #3380, b. 8 Jul 1789, d. 14 Mar 1822
William Schenck Covenhoven|b. 8 Jul 1789\nd. 14 Mar 1822|p34.htm#i3380|Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven|b. 1 Apr 1753\nd. 11 Dec 1823|p34.htm#i3368|Elizabeth Schenck|b. 15 May 1754\nd. 17 Jul 1816|p34.htm#i3369|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|John G. Schenck|b. 7 Dec 1717\nd. 13 Feb 1775|p12.htm#i1189|Mary Johnson|b. 25 Aug 1721\nd. 7 Nov 1767|p12.htm#i1190|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Schenck Covenhoven was born on 8-Jul-1789. He was the son of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck. William married Ursula Morgan on 15-Mar-1812 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey. William Schenck Covenhoven died on 14-Mar-1822 at age 32.
     He was also known as William Schenck Conover.

Ursula Morgan

F, #3381, d. 8 Oct 1815
     Ursula married William Schenck Covenhoven, son of Sgt. Maj. William Covenhoven and Elizabeth Schenck, on 15-Mar-1812 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Ursula Morgan died on 8-Oct-1815.
     She was also known as Wisula Morgan.

Garret Cownover

M, #3382, b. 21 Mar 1756, d. 28 Mar 1826
Garret Cownover|b. 21 Mar 1756\nd. 28 Mar 1826|p34.htm#i3382|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Jan W. Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba C. Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|William Updike|b. 20 Apr 1704\nd. after 24 Mar 1783|p34.htm#i3361|Anna Johnson||p401.htm#i40086|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Garret Cownover was baptized on 21-Mar-1756 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike. Garret married Lydia Tilton, daughter of Peter Tilton and Margaret Imlay, in Apr-1790. Garret Cownover died on 28-Mar-1826 at Adair County, Kentucky, at age 70. Garret was buried at Garret Conover Cemetery, Adair County, Kentucky.
     He was also known as Garret Covenhoven. He was also known as Garrett Conover. A few years after marriage, this family moved to Kentucky where on Apr 13, 1791, he bought land in Woodford County. On Nov 8, 1799, Garret ans his wife Lydia (then of Greene County), deeded property in Fayette County (Woodford County).
Garret's left a will in Mar-1825.

Children of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton

Lydia Tilton

F, #3383, b. 1759, d. 4 Jan 1845
Lydia Tilton|b. 1759\nd. 4 Jan 1845|p34.htm#i3383|Peter Tilton||p34.htm#i3384|Margaret Imlay||p34.htm#i3385|||||||||||||
      Lydia Tilton was born in 1759 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Peter Tilton and Margaret Imlay. Lydia Tilton was born in 1760 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Lydia married Garret Cownover, son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike, in Apr-1790. Lydia Tilton died on 4-Jan-1845 at Adair County, Kentucky.
     She Society of Friends. On Nov 8, 1799, Garret ans his wife Lydia (then of Greene County), deeded property in Fayette County (Woodford County).

Children of Lydia Tilton and Garret Cownover

Peter Tilton

M, #3384
     Peter married Margaret Imlay on 29-Jan-1744/45.

Child of Peter Tilton and Margaret Imlay

Margaret Imlay

F, #3385
     Margaret married Peter Tilton on 29-Jan-1744/45.

Child of Margaret Imlay and Peter Tilton

William Conover

M, #3386, b. circa 1790
William Conover|b. circa 1790|p34.htm#i3386|Garret Cownover|b. 21 Mar 1756\nd. 28 Mar 1826|p34.htm#i3382|Lydia Tilton|b. 1759\nd. 4 Jan 1845|p34.htm#i3383|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Peter Tilton||p34.htm#i3384|Margaret Imlay||p34.htm#i3385|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Conover was born circa 1790. He was the son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. William married Sarah Elizabeth Murrell, daughter of Jesse Murrell and Sarah Elizabeth Lobban, on 22-Jan-1818 at Adair County, Kentucky.
     William Conover was also known as William Covenhoven.

Children of William Conover and Sarah Elizabeth Murrell

Sarah Elizabeth Murrell

F, #3387, b. 6 Apr 1801
Sarah Elizabeth Murrell|b. 6 Apr 1801|p34.htm#i3387|Jesse Murrell||p3247.htm#i324695|Sarah Elizabeth Lobban||p3247.htm#i324696|||||||||||||
      Sarah Elizabeth Murrell was born on 6-Apr-1801. She was the daughter of Jesse Murrell and Sarah Elizabeth Lobban. Sarah married William Conover, son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 22-Jan-1818 at Adair County, Kentucky.
     Sarah Elizabeth Murrell was also known as Elizabeth Murrel.

Children of Sarah Elizabeth Murrell and William Conover

Peter Cownover

M, #3388, b. 9 Feb 1769, d. 15 May 1835
Peter Cownover|b. 9 Feb 1769\nd. 15 May 1835|p34.htm#i3388|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Jan W. Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba C. Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|William Updike|b. 20 Apr 1704\nd. after 24 Mar 1783|p34.htm#i3361|Anna Johnson||p401.htm#i40086|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Peter Cownover was born on 9-Feb-1760 at Hopewell, Mercer County, New Jersey. He was born on 9-Feb-1769 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike. Peter married Hannah Coombs, daughter of Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. and Martha Davidson, on 9-Jan-1787 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. Peter Cownover died on 15-May-1835 at Jersey Prairie, Morgan County, Illinois, at age 66. Peter was buried after 15-May-1835 at Family Plot, Princeton, Morgan County, Illinois.
     He was also known as Peter Conover. He was also known as Peter Covenhoven. He resided at at Woodford County, Kentucky, in 1783. He resided at at Kentucky between 1792 and 1822. He resided at at Illinois after 1823. He resided at at Jersey Prairie, Morgan County, Illinois, in 1824.

Children of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs

Hannah Coombs

F, #3389, b. 5 Jun 1770, d. 15 Oct 1846
Hannah Coombs|b. 5 Jun 1770\nd. 15 Oct 1846|p34.htm#i3389|Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr.|b. 1 Nov 1748\nd. 22 Sep 1803|p35.htm#i3428|Martha Davidson|b. circa 1750\nd. before 1800|p35.htm#i3429|||||||||||||
      Hannah Coombs was born on 5-Jun-1770 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. and Martha Davidson. Hannah married Peter Cownover, son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike, on 9-Jan-1787 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. Hannah Coombs died on 15-Oct-1846 at Princeton, Morgan County, Illinois, at age 76. Hannah was buried after 15-Oct-1846 at Family Plot, Morgan County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Hanna Coombs. She was also known as Hanna Combs.

Children of Hannah Coombs and Peter Cownover

Elizabeth Coombs Cownover

F, #3390, b. 11 Apr 1792, d. 12 Aug 1821
Elizabeth Coombs Cownover|b. 11 Apr 1792\nd. 12 Aug 1821|p34.htm#i3390|Peter Cownover|b. 9 Feb 1769\nd. 15 May 1835|p34.htm#i3388|Hannah Coombs|b. 5 Jun 1770\nd. 15 Oct 1846|p34.htm#i3389|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr.|b. 1 Nov 1748\nd. 22 Sep 1803|p35.htm#i3428|Martha Davidson|b. circa 1750\nd. before 1800|p35.htm#i3429|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Elizabeth Coombs Cownover was born on 11-Apr-1792 at Hopewell Twp., Mercer County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs. Elizabeth married Peter Tilton Conover, son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, circa 1809 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. Elizabeth Coombs Cownover died on 12-Aug-1821 at Morgan County, Illinois, at age 29.
     She was also known as Elizabeth Coombs Conover. She was also known as Elizabeth Coombs Covenhoven.

Children of Elizabeth Coombs Cownover and Peter Tilton Conover

Peter Tilton Conover

M, #3391, b. 1784, d. May 1855 or Jun 1855
Peter Tilton Conover|b. 1784\nd. May 1855 or Jun 1855|p34.htm#i3391|Garret Cownover|b. 21 Mar 1756\nd. 28 Mar 1826|p34.htm#i3382|Lydia Tilton|b. 1759\nd. 4 Jan 1845|p34.htm#i3383|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Peter Tilton||p34.htm#i3384|Margaret Imlay||p34.htm#i3385|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Peter Tilton Conover was born in 1784. He was the son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. Peter married Elizabeth Coombs Cownover, daughter of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, circa 1809 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. Peter married Jemina Butler on 8-Jan-1823 at Mercer County, Kentucky. Peter married Ann Rucker on 15-Jun-1829 at Adair County, Kentucky. Peter Tilton Conover died in May-1855 or Jun-1855 at Adair County, Kentucky.
     He was also known as Peter Tilton Cownover. He was also known as P. T. Cownover. He was also known as Peter T. Cownover. He was also known as Peter Tilton Covenhoven.
Peter Tilton's left a will on 14-Apr-1855 at Adair County, Kentucky.
Census29-Jul-1850First District, Adair County, Kentucky, real estate value 1,050.00
Census-Occ29-Jul-1850a farmer

Children of Peter Tilton Conover and Elizabeth Coombs Cownover

Child of Peter Tilton Conover and Jemina Butler

Children of Peter Tilton Conover and Ann Rucker

Robert Conover

M, #3392, b. 21 Jun 1787, d. 16 Sep 1871
Robert Conover|b. 21 Jun 1787\nd. 16 Sep 1871|p34.htm#i3392|Garret Cownover|b. 21 Mar 1756\nd. 28 Mar 1826|p34.htm#i3382|Lydia Tilton|b. 1759\nd. 4 Jan 1845|p34.htm#i3383|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Peter Tilton||p34.htm#i3384|Margaret Imlay||p34.htm#i3385|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Robert Conover was born on 21-Jun-1787 at New Jersey. He was the son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. Robert married Mary Spears on 3-Oct-1811 at Greene County, Kentucky. Robert married Sarah Ann Osborne on 22-Mar-1851 at Menard County, Illinois. Robert Conover died on 16-Sep-1871 at age 84. Robert was buried at Oakland Cemetery, Petersburg, Menard County, Illinois.
     He was also known as Robert Covenhoven.

Children of Robert Conover and Sarah Ann Osborne

Mary Spears

F, #3393, b. 2 Aug 1789, d. 10 Mar 1850
      Mary Spears was born on 2-Aug-1789 at Kentucky. Mary married Robert Conover, son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 3-Oct-1811 at Greene County, Kentucky. Mary Spears died on 10-Mar-1850 at age 60. Mary was buried at Oakland Cemetery, Petersburg, Menard County, Illinois.
     She was also known as Polly Spears.

Sarah Ann Osborne

F, #3394, b. 6 Oct 1823, d. 28 Jun 1908
      Sarah Ann Osborne was born on 6-Oct-1823 at Virgina. Sarah married Robert Conover, son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 22-Mar-1851 at Menard County, Illinois. Sarah Ann Osborne died on 28-Jun-1908 at age 84. Sarah was buried at Oakland Cemetery, Petersburg, Menard County, Illinois.

Children of Sarah Ann Osborne and Robert Conover

John B. Conover

M, #3395, b. 14 Feb 1795, d. 6 Jul 1874
John B. Conover|b. 14 Feb 1795\nd. 6 Jul 1874|p34.htm#i3395|Garret Cownover|b. 21 Mar 1756\nd. 28 Mar 1826|p34.htm#i3382|Lydia Tilton|b. 1759\nd. 4 Jan 1845|p34.htm#i3383|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Peter Tilton||p34.htm#i3384|Margaret Imlay||p34.htm#i3385|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John B. Conover was born on 14-Feb-1795. He was the son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. John married Miranda Jackson Carter, daughter of Joseph Carter and Polly Baker. John B. Conover died on 6-Jul-1874 at age 79. John was buried at John Conover Cemetery, Adair County, Kentucky.
     He was also known as John Conover. He was also known as John Covenhoven.

Children of John B. Conover and Miranda Jackson Carter

Miranda Jackson Carter

F, #3396, b. 6 Dec 1815, d. 5 Aug 1881
Miranda Jackson Carter|b. 6 Dec 1815\nd. 5 Aug 1881|p34.htm#i3396|Joseph Carter||p5001.htm#i500031|Polly Baker||p5001.htm#i500032|||||||||||||
      Miranda Jackson Carter was born on 6-Dec-1815 at Cumberland County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Joseph Carter and Polly Baker. Miranda married John B. Conover, son of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. Miranda Jackson Carter died on 5-Aug-1881 at Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky, at age 65. Miranda was buried at John Conover Cemetery, Adair County, Kentucky.
     She was also known as Miranda Carter.

Children of Miranda Jackson Carter and John B. Conover

Margaret Conover

F, #3397, b. 25 May 1778
Margaret Conover|b. 25 May 1778|p34.htm#i3397|Garret Cownover|b. 21 Mar 1756\nd. 28 Mar 1826|p34.htm#i3382|Lydia Tilton|b. 1759\nd. 4 Jan 1845|p34.htm#i3383|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Peter Tilton||p34.htm#i3384|Margaret Imlay||p34.htm#i3385|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Margaret Conover died at Sangamon County, Illinois. She was born on 25-May-1778 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. Margaret married John William McNeely, son of Michael McNeely and Rebecca Thompson, on 4-Jan-1803 at Adair County, Kentucky. Margaret married John William McNeely, son of Michael McNeely and Rebecca Thompson, on 4-Sep-1803 at Adair County, Kentucky. Margaret married (Unknown) Wilcox.
     Margaret Conover was also known as Peggy Conover. She was also known as Margaret Covenhoven.

Children of Margaret Conover and John William McNeely

John William McNeely

M, #3398, b. 21 Mar 1772, d. 21 Sep 1853
John William McNeely|b. 21 Mar 1772\nd. 21 Sep 1853|p34.htm#i3398|Michael McNeely||p3413.htm#i341296|Rebecca Thompson||p3413.htm#i341297|||||||||||||
      John William McNeely was born on 21-Mar-1772 at Albemarle County, Virgina. He was the son of Michael McNeely and Rebecca Thompson. John married Margaret Conover, daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 4-Jan-1803 at Adair County, Kentucky. John married Margaret Conover, daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 4-Sep-1803 at Adair County, Kentucky. John William McNeely died on 21-Sep-1853 at Adair County, Kentucky, at age 81.
     He was also known as William McNeely.

Children of John William McNeely and Margaret Conover

Mary Polly Conover

F, #3399, b. circa 1784, d. 15 Jul 1821
Mary Polly Conover|b. circa 1784\nd. 15 Jul 1821|p34.htm#i3399|Garret Cownover|b. 21 Mar 1756\nd. 28 Mar 1826|p34.htm#i3382|Lydia Tilton|b. 1759\nd. 4 Jan 1845|p34.htm#i3383|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Peter Tilton||p34.htm#i3384|Margaret Imlay||p34.htm#i3385|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mary Polly Conover was born circa 1784. She was the daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. Mary married William Gilmer, son of James G. Gilmer and Jane Hill, on 4-Sep-1810. Mary Polly Conover died on 15-Jul-1821.
     Mary's nick name was Polly. She was also known as Mary Covenhoven.

William Gilmer

M, #3400, b. circa 1789, d. 1822
William Gilmer|b. circa 1789\nd. 1822|p34.htm#i3400|James G. Gilmer||p2791.htm#i279070|Jane Hill||p2791.htm#i279071|||||||||||||
      William Gilmer was born circa 1789 at Woodford County, Kentucky. He was the son of James G. Gilmer and Jane Hill. William married Mary Polly Conover, daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 4-Sep-1810. William Gilmer died in 1822.
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