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Elizabeth Conover

F, #3401, b. circa 1789, d. 6 Aug 1851
Elizabeth Conover|b. circa 1789\nd. 6 Aug 1851|p35.htm#i3401|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.
      Elizabeth Conover was born circa 1789 at Adair County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. Elizabeth married John Caldwell, son of James Caldwell and Phoebe Caldwell, on 6-Mar-1812 at Adair County, Kentucky. Elizabeth Conover died on 6-Aug-1851. Elizabeth was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Tallula, Menard County, Illinois.
     She was also known as Betsey Covenhoven.

Children of Elizabeth Conover and John Caldwell

John Caldwell

M, #3402, d. 1822
John Caldwell|d. 1822|p35.htm#i3402|James Caldwell||p2699.htm#i269834|Phoebe Caldwell||p2699.htm#i269835|||||||||||||
     John Caldwell was the son of James Caldwell and Phoebe Caldwell. John married Elizabeth Conover, daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 6-Mar-1812 at Adair County, Kentucky. John Caldwell died in 1822 at Kentucky.

Children of John Caldwell and Elizabeth Conover

Rebecca Conover

F, #3403, b. 7 May 1792, d. 10 Jun 1871
Rebecca Conover|b. 7 May 1792\nd. 10 Jun 1871|p35.htm#i3403|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.
      Rebecca Conover was born on 7-May-1792 at Greene County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. Rebecca married John Spears, son of George Frederick Spears Jr. and Mary Neely, on 6-Jun-1811 at Adair County, Kentucky. Rebecca married John Spears, son of George Frederick Spears Jr. and Mary Neely, on 1-Aug-1811 at Adair County, Kentucky. Rebecca Conover died on 10-Jun-1871 at age 79. Rebecca was buried after 10-Jun-1871 at Greenwood Cemetery, Tallula, Menard County, Illinois.
     She was also known as Rebekah Conover. She was also known as Rebecca Covenhoven.

Children of Rebecca Conover and John Spears

John Spears

M, #3404, b. 1792, d. 5 Jun 1823
John Spears|b. 1792\nd. 5 Jun 1823|p35.htm#i3404|George Frederick Spears Jr.|b. 11 Aug 1764\nd. 16 Apr 1838|p829.htm#i82874|Mary Neely|b. 20 Aug 1761\nd. 26 Jan 1852|p829.htm#i82875|||||||||||||
      John Spears was born in 1792. He was the son of George Frederick Spears Jr. and Mary Neely. John married Rebecca Conover, daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 6-Jun-1811 at Adair County, Kentucky. John married Rebecca Conover, daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 1-Aug-1811 at Adair County, Kentucky. John Spears died on 5-Jun-1823 at Kentucky. He died on 8-Jun-1823 at Greene County, Kentucky.

Children of John Spears and Rebecca Conover

Caroline E. Conover

F, #3405, b. 1 Apr 1803, d. 14 Dec 1855
Caroline E. Conover|b. 1 Apr 1803\nd. 14 Dec 1855|p35.htm#i3405|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.
      Caroline E. Conover was born in 1800. She was born on 1-Apr-1803 at Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton. Caroline married Reece Morgan, son of Morgan Morgan and Lucy Jane Buchanan, on 26-Feb-1826 at Adair County, Kentucky. Caroline married Reece Morgan, son of Morgan Morgan and Lucy Jane Buchanan, on 26-Feb-1829 at Adair County, Kentucky. Caroline E. Conover died on 14-Dec-1855 at age 52.
     She was also known as Caroline Covenhoven.

Children of Caroline E. Conover and Reece Morgan

Reece Morgan

M, #3406, b. 1802, d. 12 Jan 1882
Reece Morgan|b. 1802\nd. 12 Jan 1882|p35.htm#i3406|Morgan Morgan||p1764.htm#i176349|Lucy Jane Buchanan||p1764.htm#i176350|||||||||||||
      Reece Morgan was born in 1802 at Adair County, Kentucky. He was born in 1802 at Cumberland County, Kentucky. He was the son of Morgan Morgan and Lucy Jane Buchanan. Reece married Caroline E. Conover, daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 26-Feb-1826 at Adair County, Kentucky. Reece married Caroline E. Conover, daughter of Garret Cownover and Lydia Tilton, on 26-Feb-1829 at Adair County, Kentucky. Reece married Mary (Unknown). Reece Morgan died on 12-Jan-1882 at Adair County, Kentucky.
Census15-Jun-1860Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky, real estate value 3,300.00, personal property 7,060.00
Census2-Jun-1880Cain Valley Precinct, Adair County, Kentucky
Census-Occ15-Jun-1860a farmer

Children of Reece Morgan and Caroline E. Conover

Levi Cownover

M, #3407, b. 10 Oct 1757, d. 18 Jan 1837
Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|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.
      Levi Cownover was born on 10-Oct-1757 at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. He was born on 10-Oct-1757 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was born on 10-Oct-1757 at Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. He was the son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike. Levi married Catherine Dey in 1776 at Middlesex County, New Jersey; Levi's first wife. Levi married Jane Gilbreath, daughter of Andrew Gilbreath and Nancy Ann Hicklin, on 5-Aug-1801 at Greene County, Kentucky. Levi Cownover died on 18-Jan-1837 at Adair County, Kentucky, at age 79.
     He was also known as Levi Conover. He was also known as Levy Conover. He was also known as Levi Covenhoven. He He served as a Private in the Revolutionary War for eighteen months and took part in the Battles of Trenton and Princeton. After discharge from the service he continued to reside in Middlesex County for eight years circa 1777. He resided at at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey, between 1781 and 1787. He resided at at Fayette County, Kentucky, circa 1786. He resided at at Adair County, Kentucky, after 1788. He resided at at Fayette County, Kentucky, between 1788 and 1792. He resided at at Adair County, Kentucky, circa 1794. He he appiled for Revolutionary War Pension in Adair County, KY. Said he had lived there since 1798. Peter J. Connover lived in Adair County, KY in 1833, relationship not stated on 9-Aug-1832 at Adair County, Kentucky. Martin, John, Catherine, and Mary Ann are not in the file Mary A. Odel.



Illinois: History of Cass County, Illinois, ed. William Henry Perrin. O. L. Baskin & Co. Historical Publishers, Chicago, 1882. Cass County.

LEVI CONOVER, deceased. Among the sturdy pioneers who converted the wild prairie into productive farms, and built up the little commonwealth of Cass County, was the lamented Levi Conover. His grandfather, Dominicus Conover, emigrated from Holland about 1820, and settled in New Jersey. He had five sons: William, John, Garrett, Levi and Peter. The least of the five brothers when of middle age, weighed 250 pounds, and the largest 295. The fourth of the sons of Dominicus (Levi) was the father of the subject of this sketch, and was born in 1760. He entered the Federal Cavalry services in 1776, being in his seventeenth year. He served five years, as did his brother Garrett. In the year 1785, being twenty-five years of age, he married Catharine Dye, and in 1790 he and his brother Garrett, with their families, removed to the State of Kentucky, and settled near Lexington. In 1795 both brothers removed to Adair County, Ky., and purchased farms near Columbia. Their brother Peter followed them from New Jersey in 1800, and settled near Lexington, their two older brothers, William and John, remaining in New Jersey. In 1801, Levi's wife died, leaving him seven children. In 1802 he married Mrs. Jane Gelbirth Turnbow; she had by her former husband two sons, John and Hugh, who were brought up by their uncle, Hugh Gelbirth. They were with General Jackson in 1812, at the Battle of New Orleans. Five children, two daughters and three sons, were the fruits of this second marriage: Peter, James, Matilda, Levi, and Jackson. Levi was born Jan. 14, 1808; his brother, Peter, in the year 1825, came to Illinois, and entered the Gilmore farm, two miles south of Princeton, then in Sangamon, now in Morgan County. In 1827 he sold his first purchase, and entered 240 acres just east of the Jeff Crum farm, in this county, where he remained until 1860. He then moved to Mason County, this State, where he still lives, at the advanced age of seventy-eight years. In the year 1832, the subject of this sketch, and his sister Matilda, with her husband, Asa B. Lane, came to Illinois. He was then twenty-two years of age. His outfit upon leaving Kentucky consisted of a good horse, a fine mare and colt, and a small amount of money. After having traveled three days, he awoke one morning to find that his mare and colt had been stolen, and a week was spent by the entire party in a fruitless search for the missing property. On reaching Illinois with one horse, his money was all spent, and he was in debt to his brother Peter and Mr. Lane. Thus, one of Cass County's most successful pioneers commenced his career without means, except that most valuable capital, health, honesty, industry and economy. He purchased another horse of his brother Peter, for $35, paying for the same by splitting rails at fifty cents per hundred. After paying this debt he continued rail splitting until he had accumulated $105 in silver. This he loaned to a man who moved to Iowa, and he never collected a cent of the debt. In the spring of 1834, he went to Galena and worked in the lead mines at Mineral Point, until fall, when he returned and emigrated to Iowa. There he bought a claim for $75, and divided it with a friend. They returned to Illinois, purchased oxen and wagons, and then returned to Iowa, and spent the next summer in breaking and improving their farms. During the spring of 1835, he, Mr. Conover, built for himself a substantial hewed log house, 16x18, a smoke-house, and a stable. Unable to obtain plank, a quilt was hung up at the opening left for a door, to keep the wolves out. Finally the door and floor were made of puncheon. In November, 1836, he married Miss Elizabeth Petefish, of Cass County, sister of S. H. and Jacob Petefish, and they soon after proceeded to their Iowa home. They returned to Illinois in August, 1837, on a visit. Mr. Conover returned to Iowa after a two weeks stay, leaving his wife to complete her visit. She was soon taken sick and died the latter part of that same month. So imperfect were the mail facilities at that time, that he did not learn of her death until two weeks after her burial. This sore bereavement unsettled his plans, and he sold his claim of 560 acres for $3,000 in silver, with which he returned to Cass County, and loaned it to his friends, Jacob Epler, Capt. Charles Beggs, and J. Bradley Thompson. In January, 1841, he purchased the old homestead of the family, from his cousin John, son of Peter Conover, which was settled in 1822. His experience on first settling in this country was not unlike that of many of the energetic and resolute class of men who were the pioneers of the West, and to whom the public are indebted for the orderly and intelligent character of the society we now enjoy. His second marriage was to Miss Phebe A. Rosenberger, who with three children, George, Charles W., and Ellen, now survives him. Mrs. Conover's father, John Rosenberger, and her mother, were both of German parentage, and came to Illinois and settled at Princeton, in 1836. They raised a large family, of which Phebe A., was the oldest; George the oldest living son of the Conover family, was born Sept. 11, 1846, at the Conover homestead near Princeton. He is the fourth of the family, two older sisters having died, and one, Mrs. William Epler, still survives. He received his rudimental schooling at Zion school-house, and afterward attended the Wesleyan University at Bloomington, Ill., and took a commercial course at Bryant & Stratton's Business College, Chicago. At twenty-one years of age he commenced farming, in which business he remained from 1870 to 1876, when he became connected as a partner in the banking firm of Petefish, Skiles & Co., and since that time has acted as assistant cashier and book- keeper. Feb. 23, 1871, he married Virginia Bone, a daughter of William Bone, of Sangamon County, later of Lincoln, Ill. Mr. Conover was the fourth of a family of five children, and was born Sept. 11, 1846. They have two children, William B. and Earnest B. Mr. Conover is a Secretary of and stockholder in the Importers and Breeders' Association of Cass County, and also a member of the Building Association of Virginia. Charles W., is the fifth youngest of the family, and was born April 1, 1848, on the homestead; he was educated and brought up a farmer, and has steadily adhered to his calling. He owns and lives on the Conover homestead, which he has successfully managed since it came into his possession. He married Miss Louise Dever, April 1, 1875; she is a daughter of John Dever (deceased), a farmer and native of Ohio. They have three children: Millie, Dasie L., and an infant not named. Mr. Conover is a thrifty farmer, a Democrat, and much respected in the community.

Census1810Adair County, Kentucky,
Males:
0-10: 2
16-25: 2
45-up:1

Females:
0-10: 3
10-15: 2
16-25: 3
26-44: 1
Census1820Adair County, Kentucky,
Males:
0-10: 1
10-15: 2
16-18: 1
16-26: 1
26-44: 1
45-up: 1

Females:

10-16: 1
16-25: 3
45-up: 1

Children of Levi Cownover and Catherine Dey

Children of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath

Catherine Dey

F, #3408, b. 20 Aug 1760, d. 1800
      Catherine Dey was born on 20-Aug-1760 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Catherine married Levi Cownover, son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike, in 1776 at Middlesex County, New Jersey; Levi's first wife. Catherine Dey died in 1800 at Adair County, Kentucky.
     She and Martin Dominicus Conover were Carole Ann Farley shows Catherine Day as his mother and Levi Conover as his father. Catherine Dey was also known as Catherine Dye.

Children of Catherine Dey and Levi Cownover

Jane Gilbreath

F, #3409, b. circa 1775, d. after 1837
Jane Gilbreath|b. circa 1775\nd. after 1837|p35.htm#i3409|Andrew Gilbreath|b. circa 1730\nd. after 7 May 1783|p927.htm#i92622|Nancy Ann Hicklin|b. 1751\nd. circa 1820|p927.htm#i92623|||||||||||||
      Jane Gilbreath was born circa 1775 at Virgina. She was the daughter of Andrew Gilbreath and Nancy Ann Hicklin. Jane married William Turnbough circa 1790; 1st marrige Jane. Jane married Levi Cownover, son of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike, on 5-Aug-1801 at Greene County, Kentucky. Jane Gilbreath died after 1837 at Adair County, Kentucky.
     She was also known as Jane Gilbirth. She was also known as Jane Galbraith. She was also known as Jane Gelbraith.

Children of Jane Gilbreath and William Turnbough

Children of Jane Gilbreath and Levi Cownover

Martin Dominicus Conover

M, #3410, b. 13 Feb 1778, d. 5 Apr 1839
      Martin Dominicus Conover was born on 13-Feb-1778 at Princeton, Mercer County, New Jersey. Martin married Mary Hoagland, daughter of Capt. Martin Hoagland and Rebecca Updike, in 1796. Martin Dominicus Conover died on 5-Apr-1839 at Morgan County, Illinois, at age 61.
     He and Catherine Dey were Carole Ann Farley shows Catherine Day as his mother and Levi Conover as his father. Martin Dominicus Conover was also known as Dominicus Conover. He was also known as Martin Dominicus Covenhoven. He resided at at Woodford County, Kentucky, in 1798. He removed to at Morgan County, Illinois, in 1827.

Children of Martin Dominicus Conover and Mary Hoagland

Mary Hoagland

F, #3411, b. 3 Apr 1768, d. 24 Dec 1842
Mary Hoagland|b. 3 Apr 1768\nd. 24 Dec 1842|p35.htm#i3411|Capt. Martin Hoagland|b. 17 May 1739\nd. 1790|p35.htm#i3412|Rebecca Updike|b. 9 Nov 1739|p35.htm#i3413|||||||||||||
      Mary Hoagland was born on 3-Apr-1768 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was born on 3-Apr-1768. She was the daughter of Capt. Martin Hoagland and Rebecca Updike. Mary married Martin Dominicus Conover in 1796. Mary Hoagland died on 24-Dec-1842 at Morgan County, Illinois, at age 74.

Children of Mary Hoagland and Martin Dominicus Conover

Capt. Martin Hoagland

M, #3412, b. 17 May 1739, d. 1790
      Capt. Martin Hoagland was born on 17-May-1739 at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. Martin married Rebecca Updike on 3-Jun-1762 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. Capt. Martin Hoagland died in 1790 at Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.
     He was also known as Martin Hooglandt. He was also known as Martin Hoagland.

Child of Capt. Martin Hoagland and Rebecca Updike

Rebecca Updike

F, #3413, b. 9 Nov 1739
      Rebecca Updike was born on 9-Nov-1739. Rebecca married Capt. Martin Hoagland on 3-Jun-1762 at Middlesex County, New Jersey.

Child of Rebecca Updike and Capt. Martin Hoagland

Nancy Conover

F, #3414, b. circa 1784
Nancy Conover|b. circa 1784|p35.htm#i3414|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Catherine Dey|b. 20 Aug 1760\nd. 1800|p35.htm#i3408|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Nancy Conover was born circa 1784 at New Jersey. She was the daughter of Levi Cownover and Catherine Dey. Nancy married Charles Kennett.
     Nancy Conover was also known as Nancy Covenhoven.

Charles Kennett

M, #3415, b. 1760
      Charles Kennett was born in 1760 at Maryland. Charles married Nancy Conover, daughter of Levi Cownover and Catherine Dey.

Rutha Conover

F, #3416
Rutha Conover||p35.htm#i3416|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Jane Gilbreath|b. circa 1775\nd. after 1837|p35.htm#i3409|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Andrew Gilbreath|b. circa 1730\nd. after 7 May 1783|p927.htm#i92622|Nancy A. Hicklin|b. 1751\nd. circa 1820|p927.htm#i92623|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      At Adair County, Kentucky. Rutha Conover was the daughter of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath. Rutha married John Powell.

Katherine Conover

F, #3417, b. circa 1797
Katherine Conover|b. circa 1797|p35.htm#i3417|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Catherine Dey|b. 20 Aug 1760\nd. 1800|p35.htm#i3408|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Katherine Conover was born circa 1797 at Kentucky. She was the daughter of Levi Cownover and Catherine Dey. Katherine married William Douglas on 15-Aug-1822 at Adair County, Kentucky.
      Katy and Catherine are probably the same person. Not proven.

Katherine Conover was also known as Caty Cownover. She was also known as Catherine Covenhoven. She was also known as Katy Conover.

Mary Ann Cownover

F, #3418, b. circa 1779
Mary Ann Cownover|b. circa 1779|p35.htm#i3418|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Catherine Dey|b. 20 Aug 1760\nd. 1800|p35.htm#i3408|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mary Ann Cownover was born circa 1779 at New Jersey. She was the daughter of Levi Cownover and Catherine Dey. Mary married Daniel Vaughn on 27-Jan-1797 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Mary married (Unknown) Burbridge.
     Mary Ann Cownover was also known as Mary Ann Covenhoven. She was also known as Polly Conover. She was also known as Mary Ann Conover.

Children of Mary Ann Cownover and Daniel Vaughn

Child of Mary Ann Cownover and (Unknown) Burbridge

Daniel Vaughn

M, #3419
     Daniel married Mary Ann Cownover, daughter of Levi Cownover and Catherine Dey, on 27-Jan-1797 at Woodford County, Kentucky.

Levi Conover Jr.

M, #3420, b. 14 Jan 1808, d. 26 Jun 1880
Levi Conover Jr.|b. 14 Jan 1808\nd. 26 Jun 1880|p35.htm#i3420|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Jane Gilbreath|b. circa 1775\nd. after 1837|p35.htm#i3409|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Andrew Gilbreath|b. circa 1730\nd. after 7 May 1783|p927.htm#i92622|Nancy A. Hicklin|b. 1751\nd. circa 1820|p927.htm#i92623|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Levi Conover Jr. was born on 14-Jan-1808 at Adair County, Kentucky. He was the son of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath. Levi married Elizabeth Petefish, daughter of Jacob Heinrich Peterfish and Elizabeth Price, on 8-Nov-1836 at Cass County, Illinois. Levi married Phoebe A. Rosenberger, daughter of John Rosenberger and Elizabeth Koontz, on 14-Feb-1841 at Morgan County, Illinois. Levi Conover Jr. died on 26-Jun-1880 at age 72. Levi was buried at Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Cass County, Illinois.
     He was also known as Levi Cownover Jr. He was also known as Levi Gelbirth Conover. He was also known as Levi Counover. He was also known as Levi Covenhoven.

Illinois: History of Cass County, Illinois, ed. William Henry Perrin. O. L. Baskin & Co. Historical Publishers, Chicago, 1882. Cass County.

LEVI CONOVER, deceased. Among the sturdy pioneers who converted the wild prairie into productive farms, and built up the little commonwealth of Cass County, was the lamented Levi Conover. His grandfather, Dominicus Conover, emigrated from Holland about 1820, and settled in New Jersey. He had five sons: William, John, Garrett, Levi and Peter. The least of the five brothers when of middle age, weighed 250 pounds, and the largest 295. The fourth of the sons of Dominicus (Levi) was the father of the subject of this sketch, and was born in 1760. He entered the Federal Cavalry services in 1776, being in his seventeenth year. He served five years, as did his brother Garrett. In the year 1785, being twenty-five years of age, he married Catharine Dye, and in 1790 he and his brother Garrett, with their families, removed to the State of Kentucky, and settled near Lexington. In 1795 both brothers removed to Adair County, Ky., and purchased farms near Columbia. Their brother Peter followed them from New Jersey in 1800, and settled near Lexington, their two older brothers, William and John, remaining in New Jersey. In 1801, Levi's wife died, leaving him seven children. In 1802 he married Mrs. Jane Gelbirth Turnbow; she had by her former husband two sons, John and Hugh, who were brought up by their uncle, Hugh Gelbirth. They were with General Jackson in 1812, at the Battle of New Orleans. Five children, two daughters and three sons, were the fruits of this second marriage: Peter, James, Matilda, Levi, and Jackson. Levi was born Jan. 14, 1808; his brother, Peter, in the year 1825, came to Illinois, and entered the Gilmore farm, two miles south of Princeton, then in Sangamon, now in Morgan County. In 1827 he sold his first purchase, and entered 240 acres just east of the Jeff Crum farm, in this county, where he remained until 1860. He then moved to Mason County, this State, where he still lives, at the advanced age of seventy-eight years. In the year 1832, the subject of sketch, and his sister Matilda, with her husband, Asa B. Lane, came to Illinois. He was then twenty-two years of age. His outfit upon leaving Kentucky consisted of a good horse, a fine mare and colt, and a small amount of money. After having traveled three days, he awoke one morning to find that his mare and colt had been stolen, and a week was spent by the entire party in a fruitless search for the missing property. On reaching Illinois with one horse, his money was all spent, and he was in debt to his brother Peter and Mr. Lane. Thus, one of Cass County's most successful pioneers commenced his career without
means, except that most valuable capital, health, honesty, industry and economy. He purchased another horse of his brother Peter, for $35, paying for the same by splitting rails at fifty cents per hundred. After paying this debt he continued rail splitting until he had accumulated $105 in silver. This he loaned to a man who moved to Iowa, and he never collected a cent of the debt. In the spring of 1834, he went to Galena and worked in the lead mines at Mineral Point, until fall, when he returned and emigrated to Iowa. There he bought a claim for $75, and divided it with a friend. They returned to Illinois, purchased oxen and wagons, and then returned to Iowa, and spent the next summer in breaking and improving their farms. During the spring of 1835, he, Mr. Conover, built for himself a substantial hewed log house, 16x18, a smoke-house, and a stable. Unable to obtain plank, a quilt was hung up at the opening left for a door, to keep the wolves out. Finally the door and floor were made of puncheon. In November, 1836, he married Miss Elizabeth Petefish, of Cass County, sister of S. H. and Jacob Petefish, and they soon after proceeded to their Iowa home. They returned to Illinois in August, 1837, on a visit. Mr. Conover returned to Iowa after a two weeks stay, leaving his wife to complete her visit. She was soon taken sick and died the latter part of that same month. So imperfect were the mail facilities at that time, that he did not learn of her death until two weeks after her burial. This sore bereavement unsettled his plans, and he sold his claim of 560 acres for $3,000 in silver, with which he returned to Cass County, and loaned it to his friends, Jacob Epler, Capt. Charles Beggs, and J. Bradley Thompson. In January, 1841, he purchased the old homestead of the family, from his cousin John, son of Peter Conover, which was settled in 1822. His experience on first settling in this country was not unlike that of many of the energetic and resolute class of men who were the pioneers of the West, and to whom the public are indebted for the orderly and intelligent character of the society we now enjoy. His second marriage was to Miss Phebe A. Rosenberger, who with three children, George, Charles W., and Ellen, now survives him. Mrs. Conover's father, John Rosenberger, and her mother, were both of German parentage, and came to Illinois and settled at Princeton, in 1836. They raised a large family, of which Phebe A., was the oldest; George the oldest living son of the Conover family, was born Sept. 11, 1846, at the Conover homestead near Princeton. He is the fourth of the family, two older sisters having died, and one, Mrs. William Epler, still survives. He received his rudimental schooling at Zion school-house, and afterward attended the Wesleyan University at Bloomington, Ill., and took a commercial course at Bryant & Stratton's Business College, Chicago. At twenty-one years of age he commenced farming, in which business he remained from 1870 to 1876, when he became connected as a partner in the banking firm of Petefish, Skiles & Co., and since that time has acted as assistant cashier and book-keeper. Feb. 23, 1871, he married Virginia Bone, a daughter of William Bone, of Sangamon County, later of Lincoln, Ill. Mr. Conover was the fourth of a family of five children, and was born Sept. 11, 1846. They have two children, William B. and Earnest B. Mr. Conover is a Secretary of and stockholder in the Importers and Breeders' Association of Cass County, and also a member of the Building Association of Virginia. Charles W., is the fifth youngest of the family, and was born April 1, 1848, on the homestead; he was educated and brought up a farmer, and has steadily adhered to his calling. He owns and lives on the Conover homestead, which he has successfully managed since it came into his possession. He married Miss Louise Dever, April 1, 1875; she is a daughter of John Dever (deceased), a farmer and native of Ohio. They have three children: Millie, Dasie L., and an infant not named. Mr. Conover is a thrifty farmer, a Democrat, and much respected in the community.

Conover Dye Gelbirth Turnbow Jackson Crum Lane Petefish Epler
Beggs Thompson Rosenberger Bone Dever
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Holland NJ Adair-KY Sangamon-IL Morgan-IL Mason-IL OH.

Child of Levi Conover Jr. and Elizabeth Petefish

Children of Levi Conover Jr. and Phoebe A. Rosenberger

Matilda Conover

F, #3421, b. 11 Jul 1806, d. 7 Jun 1863
Matilda Conover|b. 11 Jul 1806\nd. 7 Jun 1863|p35.htm#i3421|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Jane Gilbreath|b. circa 1775\nd. after 1837|p35.htm#i3409|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Andrew Gilbreath|b. circa 1730\nd. after 7 May 1783|p927.htm#i92622|Nancy A. Hicklin|b. 1751\nd. circa 1820|p927.htm#i92623|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Matilda Conover was born on 11-Jul-1806 at Adair County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath. Matilda Conover and Asael Lane were married as per bond on 13-Mar-1826 at Adair County, Kentucky. Matilda Conover died on 7-Jun-1863 at Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa, at age 56. Matilda was buried at South Cemetery, Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa.
     She was also known as Matilda Cownover. She was also known as Matilda Covenhoven. She and Asael Lane resided at at Russell County, Kentucky, in 1829. Matilda Conover and Asael Lane removed to at Virginia, Cass County, Illinois, in 1830.

Children of Matilda Conover and Asael Lane

Supposed son James Conover

M, #3422, b. circa 1804
Supposed son James Conover|b. circa 1804|p35.htm#i3422|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Jane Gilbreath|b. circa 1775\nd. after 1837|p35.htm#i3409|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Andrew Gilbreath|b. circa 1730\nd. after 7 May 1783|p927.htm#i92622|Nancy A. Hicklin|b. 1751\nd. circa 1820|p927.htm#i92623|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Supposed son James Conover was born circa 1804. He was the son of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath. James married Georgianna Beck.
     Supposed son James Conover was also known as James Covenhoven.

Georgianna Beck

F, #3423
     Georgianna married Supposed son James Conover, son of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath.

Andrew Jackson Conover

M, #3424, b. 26 Apr 1815, d. 25 Apr 1895
Andrew Jackson Conover|b. 26 Apr 1815\nd. 25 Apr 1895|p35.htm#i3424|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Jane Gilbreath|b. circa 1775\nd. after 1837|p35.htm#i3409|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Andrew Gilbreath|b. circa 1730\nd. after 7 May 1783|p927.htm#i92622|Nancy A. Hicklin|b. 1751\nd. circa 1820|p927.htm#i92623|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Andrew Jackson Conover was born circa 1815 at Kentucky. He was born on 26-Apr-1815 at Adair County, Kentucky. He was the son of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath. Andrew married Phoebe Naylor, daughter of James Naylor and Sarah Selby, on 13-Nov-1833 at Adair County, Kentucky. Andrew married Nancy Jane Bennett on 1-Nov-1851 at Adair County, Kentucky. Andrew Jackson Conover died on 25-Apr-1895 at Adair County, Kentucky, at age 79.
     He was also known as A. J. Conover. He was also known as Andrew Cownover. He was also known as Jackson Covenhoven. In the census on 20-Aug-1870 Andrew Jackson Conover was named Andrew Conover.
Census22-Jul-18502 nd District, Adair County, Kentucky, real estate value 400.00
Census20-Aug-1870Columbia District, Adair County, Kentucky, real estate value 1,300.00, personal property 1,000.00
Census15-Jun-1880Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky, his son W. Scott and family lived in the household. Also a grandaughter E. A. Conover
Census-Occ22-Jul-1850a farmer
Census-Occ20-Aug-1870a farmer
Census-Occ15-Jun-1880a farmer

Children of Andrew Jackson Conover and Phoebe Naylor

Children of Andrew Jackson Conover and Nancy Jane Bennett

Phoebe Naylor

F, #3425, b. 11 Oct 1810, d. before 22 Jul 1850
Phoebe Naylor|b. 11 Oct 1810\nd. before 22 Jul 1850|p35.htm#i3425|James Naylor||p4033.htm#i403250|Sarah Selby||p4033.htm#i403251|||||||||||||
      Phoebe Naylor was born on 11-Oct-1810 at Virgina. She was the daughter of James Naylor and Sarah Selby. Phoebe married Andrew Jackson Conover, son of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath, on 13-Nov-1833 at Adair County, Kentucky. Phoebe Naylor died before 22-Jul-1850; not on 1850 census.
     She was also known as Phebe Naylor.

Children of Phoebe Naylor and Andrew Jackson Conover

Peter Conover

M, #3426, b. 15 May 1802, d. 22 Jul 1885
Peter Conover|b. 15 May 1802\nd. 22 Jul 1885|p35.htm#i3426|Levi Cownover|b. 10 Oct 1757\nd. 18 Jan 1837|p35.htm#i3407|Jane Gilbreath|b. circa 1775\nd. after 1837|p35.htm#i3409|Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Mary Updike|b. circa 1732\nd. after 1794|p12.htm#i1164|Andrew Gilbreath|b. circa 1730\nd. after 7 May 1783|p927.htm#i92622|Nancy A. Hicklin|b. 1751\nd. circa 1820|p927.htm#i92623|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Peter Conover was born on 15-May-1802 at Adair County, Kentucky. He was the son of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath. Peter Conover was born on 20-May-1802. Peter married Elizabeth Marshall in Nov-1827 at Morgan County, Illinois. Peter married Bersheba Taylor on 17-Jan-1832 at Morgan County, Illinois. Peter married Sally Leach before 1852. Peter married Mary Ann Conover on 29-Dec-1856 at Cass County, Illinois. Peter Conover died on 22-Jul-1885 at age 83. Peter was buried after 22-Jul-1885 at Harristown Cemetery, Harristown, Macon County, Illinois.
     He was also known as Peter Cownover. He was also known as Peter Covenhoven. He resided at at Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey, before 1825. He resided at at Morgan County, Illinois, in 1825. He resided at at Macon County, Illinois, in 1828; where he purchased a farm where he died.
Census1850Cass County, Illinois
Occupation18252 miles south of, Princeton, Morgan County, Illinois, worked on a farm

Child of Peter Conover and Elizabeth Marshall

Children of Peter Conover and Bersheba Taylor

Child of Peter Conover and Sally Leach

Sally Leach

F, #3427
     Sally married Peter Conover, son of Levi Cownover and Jane Gilbreath, before 1852.

Child of Sally Leach and Peter Conover

Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr.

M, #3428, b. 1 Nov 1748, d. 22 Sep 1803
      Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. was born on 1-Nov-1748 at Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Jonathan married Martha Davidson on 2-Jun-1763 at East Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. Jonathan married Martha Davidson circa 1770. Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. died on 22-Sep-1803 at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 54. He died in Dec-1803 at Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 55.
     He he was an elder of the Presbyterian Church in Cranbury, NJ at First Presbyterian Church, Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He resided at at Middlesex County, New Jersey.

Children of Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. and Martha Davidson

Martha Davidson

F, #3429, b. circa 1750, d. before 1800
      Martha Davidson was born circa 1748 at East Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was born circa 1750. Martha married Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. on 2-Jun-1763 at East Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. Martha married Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. circa 1770. Martha Davidson died before 1800.

Children of Martha Davidson and Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr.

Catherine VanLiew Conover

F, #3430, b. 1 Jan 1790, d. 15 Jan 1852
Catherine VanLiew Conover|b. 1 Jan 1790\nd. 15 Jan 1852|p35.htm#i3430|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.
      Catherine VanLiew Conover was born on 1-Jan-1790 at near, Hopewell, Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs. Catherine VanLiew Conover and Eli W. Reding obtained a marriage license on 15-Sep-1806 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Catherine married Eli W. Reding, son of Isaac Reding and Mildred (Unknown), on 17-Sep-1806 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Catherine VanLiew Conover died on 15-Jan-1852 at Cass County, Illinois, at age 62.
     She was also known as Catherine VanLiew Cownover. She was also known as Catherine Van Lou Conover. She was also known as Catherine Van Lou Covenhoven.

Children of Catherine VanLiew Conover and Eli W. Reding

Eli W. Reding

M, #3431, b. 1 Jan 1778, d. 15 Mar 1852
Eli W. Reding|b. 1 Jan 1778\nd. 15 Mar 1852|p35.htm#i3431|Isaac Reding||p1553.htm#i155202|Mildred (Unknown)||p1553.htm#i155203|||||||||||||
      Eli W. Reding was born on 1-Jan-1778 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. He was the son of Isaac Reding and Mildred (Unknown). Eli W. Reding and Catherine VanLiew Conover obtained a marriage license on 15-Sep-1806 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Eli married Catherine VanLiew Conover, daughter of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 17-Sep-1806 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Eli W. Reding died on 15-Mar-1852 at Morgan County, Illinois, at age 74.
     He was also known as Eli W. Reading. He was also known as Eli W. Redding.

Children of Eli W. Reding and Catherine VanLiew Conover

Maj. William Cownover

M, #3432, b. 4 Jul 1794, d. 15 May 1848
Maj. William Cownover|b. 4 Jul 1794\nd. 15 May 1848|p35.htm#i3432|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-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Maj. William Cownover was born on 4-Jul-1794 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. He was the son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs. William married Rebecca Hopkins, daughter of Robert Hopkins and Nancy Spence, on 10-Oct-1814 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Maj. William Cownover died on 15-May-1848 at Cass County, Illinois, at age 53. William was buried at Mt. Zion Baptist Church cemetery, Kilbourne, Mason County, Illinois.
     He was also known as William Cournover. He was also known as William Conover. He was also known as William Covenhoven. He and Rebecca Hopkins resided at at Illinois in 1825.

Children of Maj. William Cownover and Rebecca Hopkins

Rebecca Hopkins

F, #3433, b. 1796, d. 6 Jul 1845
Rebecca Hopkins|b. 1796\nd. 6 Jul 1845|p35.htm#i3433|Robert Hopkins||p1619.htm#i161853|Nancy Spence||p1619.htm#i161854|||||||||||||
      Rebecca Hopkins was born in 1796 at Sussex County, Delaware. She was the daughter of Robert Hopkins and Nancy Spence. Rebecca married Maj. William Cownover, son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 10-Oct-1814 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Rebecca Hopkins died on 6-Jul-1845 at Cass County, Illinois. She died on 6-Jul-1845 at Mason County, Illinois. Rebecca was buried at Mt. Zion Baptist Church cemetery, Kilbourne, Mason County, Illinois.
     She and Maj. William Cownover resided at at Illinois in 1825.

Children of Rebecca Hopkins and Maj. William Cownover

Jonathan Coombs Cownover

M, #3456, b. 15 Apr 1797, d. 16 Sep 1856
Jonathan Coombs Cownover|b. 15 Apr 1797\nd. 16 Sep 1856|p35.htm#i3456|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-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jonathan Coombs Cownover was born on 15-Apr-1797 at Woodford County, Kentucky. He was the son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs. Jonathan Coombs Cownover married Martha D. Bergen, his cousin, daughter of George I. Bergen and Rebecca Coombs, on 16-Sep-1818. Jonathan Coombs Cownover died on 16-Sep-1856 at age 59. Jonathan was buried after 16-Sep-1856 at Bath, Mason County, Illinois. He died circa 11-May-1859 at Mason County, Illinois.
     He was also known as Jonathan Coombs Covenhoven. He was also known as Jonathan Coombs Conover. He and Martha D. Bergen members of the Baptist Church. 1 Jan 1850 - Jonathan buys S/2 NW S17-T20-R9, Mason co., IL., 320Acres 18 May 1850 - sells to Wm, NW/4 NE/4 S8-T20-R8, Mason Co., IL, 40Acres 25 Jan 1850 - sells to Peter, SW/4 Ne/4 S8-T20-R8, Mason co., IL, 40Acres 25 Mar 1850 - sells to David Smalley, NE/4 NW/4 S8-T20-R8, Mason Co., IL, 40Acres.

Children of Jonathan Coombs Cownover and Martha D. Bergen

Martha D. Bergen

F, #3457, b. 14 Jun 1801, d. 9 Sep 1839
Martha D. Bergen|b. 14 Jun 1801\nd. 9 Sep 1839|p35.htm#i3457|George I. Bergen|b. 16 Jun 1764\nd. Feb 1825|p35.htm#i3462|Rebecca Coombs|b. circa 1772\nd. 1846|p35.htm#i3463|John B. Bergen|b. 27 Mar 1739\nd. 22 Jun 1808|p37.htm#i3639|Sarah B. Strycker|b. 25 Aug 1745\nd. 18 Sep 1821|p37.htm#i3640|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|
      Martha D. Bergen was born on 14-Jun-1801 at New Jersey. She was the daughter of George I. Bergen and Rebecca Coombs. Martha D. Bergen married Jonathan Coombs Cownover, his cousin, son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 16-Sep-1818. Martha D. Bergen died on 9-Sep-1839 at Morgan County, Illinois, at age 38.
     She and Jonathan Coombs Cownover members of the Baptist Church.

Children of Martha D. Bergen and Jonathan Coombs Cownover

Levi P. Conover

M, #3458, b. 27 Oct 1799, d. 14 Apr 1848
Levi P. Conover|b. 27 Oct 1799\nd. 14 Apr 1848|p35.htm#i3458|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-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Levi P. Conover was born on 27-Oct-1799 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. He was the son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs. Levi married Margaret Wilson, daughter of James Wilson and Bridget Custer, on 22-Feb-1821 at Gallatin County, Kentucky. Levi married Margaret Wilson, daughter of James Wilson and Bridget Custer, on 22-Feb-1821 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Levi P. Conover died on 14-Apr-1848 at Fulton County, Illinois, at age 48.
     He was also known as Levi Covenhoven. He was also known as Levi Cownover.

Children of Levi P. Conover and Margaret Wilson

Margaret Wilson

F, #3459, b. 10 Jan 1802, d. 1876
Margaret Wilson|b. 10 Jan 1802\nd. 1876|p35.htm#i3459|James Wilson|b. 1772\nd. 1858|p3298.htm#i329715|Bridget Custer||p1618.htm#i161722|||||||||||||
      Margaret Wilson was born on 10-Jan-1802 at Kentucky. She was the daughter of James Wilson and Bridget Custer. Margaret married Levi P. Conover, son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 22-Feb-1821 at Gallatin County, Kentucky. Margaret married Levi P. Conover, son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 22-Feb-1821 at Woodford County, Kentucky. Margaret Wilson died in 1876. Margaret was buried at Hart/Heart Cemetery, Woodland Twp., Fulton County, Illinois.
     She was also known as (Unknown) Wilson.
Census4-Nov-1850LaFayette, Fulton County, Illinois
Census19-Jul-1870with son-in-law James McCausland, Kerton Twp., Fulton County, Illinois

Children of Margaret Wilson and Levi P. Conover

Mary Ann Cownover

F, #3460, b. 5 Dec 1801
Mary Ann Cownover|b. 5 Dec 1801|p35.htm#i3460|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.
      Mary Ann Cownover was born on 5-Dec-1801 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs. Mary Ann Cownover married Jonathan Coombs Bergen, her cousin, son of George I. Bergen and Rebecca Coombs, on 1-Dec-1819 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky.
     Mary Ann Cownover and Jonathan Coombs Bergen members of the Baptist church. Mary Ann Cownover was also known as Mary Ann Conover. She was also known as Mary Ann Covenhoven.

Children of Mary Ann Cownover and Jonathan Coombs Bergen

Jonathan Coombs Bergen

M, #3461, b. 20 May 1799, d. 15 Dec 1848
Jonathan Coombs Bergen|b. 20 May 1799\nd. 15 Dec 1848|p35.htm#i3461|George I. Bergen|b. 16 Jun 1764\nd. Feb 1825|p35.htm#i3462|Rebecca Coombs|b. circa 1772\nd. 1846|p35.htm#i3463|John B. Bergen|b. 27 Mar 1739\nd. 22 Jun 1808|p37.htm#i3639|Sarah B. Strycker|b. 25 Aug 1745\nd. 18 Sep 1821|p37.htm#i3640|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|
      Jonathan Coombs Bergen was born on 20-May-1799. He was the son of George I. Bergen and Rebecca Coombs. Jonathan Coombs Bergen was born on 14-Jul-1799 at Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He married Mary Ann Cownover, her cousin, daughter of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 1-Dec-1819 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. Jonathan Coombs Bergen died on 15-Dec-1848 at age 49.
     He and Mary Ann Cownover members of the Baptist church.
OccupationPrinceton, Bureau County, Illinois, a farmer and carpenter

Children of Jonathan Coombs Bergen and Mary Ann Cownover

George I. Bergen

M, #3462, b. 16 Jun 1764, d. Feb 1825
George I. Bergen|b. 16 Jun 1764\nd. Feb 1825|p35.htm#i3462|John B. Bergen|b. 27 Mar 1739\nd. 22 Jun 1808|p37.htm#i3639|Sarah B. Strycker|b. 25 Aug 1745\nd. 18 Sep 1821|p37.htm#i3640|Joris Bergen|b. 9 Oct 1712\nd. 13 Oct 1784|p37.htm#i3605|Grietje Dumont|b. 24 Jan 1715\nd. 11 Feb 1743|p1552.htm#i155180|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|
      George I. Bergen was born on 16-Jun-1764 at near, Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He was the son of John B. Bergen and Sarah B. Strycker. George I. Bergen was baptized on 4-Oct-1767; by the Rev. Mr. Van Harlingen. George married Rebecca Coombs, daughter of Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. and Martha Davidson, in 1789. George I. Bergen died in Feb-1825 at Morgan County, Illinois, at age 60.
     He resided at at Woodford County, Kentucky, circa 1818; with his wife, 8 of his 11 children.
Occupation17892 miles south of, Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey, had a store two miles south of Cranbury, NJ

Children of George I. Bergen and Rebecca Coombs

Rebecca Coombs

F, #3463, b. circa 1772, d. 1846
Rebecca Coombs|b. circa 1772\nd. 1846|p35.htm#i3463|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|||||||||||||
      Rebecca Coombs was born circa 1772 at East Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Judge Jonathan Coombs Jr. and Martha Davidson. Rebecca married George I. Bergen, son of John B. Bergen and Sarah B. Strycker, in 1789. Rebecca married Rev. (Unknown) Kenner in 1827. Rebecca Coombs died in 1846.
     She was also known as Rebecca Combs. Beverly Nelson in her file has Rebecca married to Peter I. Bergen, no parents, same date. I believe this is wrong. dkc in 1789.

Children of Rebecca Coombs and George I. Bergen

Martha Cownover

F, #3464, b. 6 Nov 1803, d. 26 Apr 1811
Martha Cownover|b. 6 Nov 1803\nd. 26 Apr 1811|p35.htm#i3464|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.
      Martha Cownover was born on 6-Nov-1803 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs. She died young.
     Martha Cownover was also known as Martha Covenhoven.

Dominicus John Garret Conover

M, #3465, b. 15 Dec 1812, d. 7 Sep 1893
Dominicus John Garret Conover|b. 15 Dec 1812\nd. 7 Sep 1893|p35.htm#i3465|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-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Dominicus John Garret Conover was born on 15-Dec-1812 at Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky. He was the son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs. Dominicus married Susan B. Houghton, daughter of Elijah Houghton and Charlotte Hart, on 5-Sep-1833 at Sangamon County, Illinois. Dominicus married Susan B. Houghton, daughter of Elijah Houghton and Charlotte Hart, before 1834; Dominicus's first wife. Dominicus married Hannah Brisby on 7-Apr-1846 at Cass County, Illinois. Dominicus married Hannah Brisby on 7-Apr-1846 at Morgan County, Illinois. Dominicus John Garret Conover died on 7-Sep-1893 at Verdon or Stella, Richards County, Nebraska, at age 80.
     He resided at at Stella, Nebraska; after the death of his mother. He was also known as Dominicus John Garret Covenhoven.

1879 History of Menard & Mason Counties
Chicago
Published by: O.L. Baskin & Co., Historical Publishers
186 Dearborn Street

JOHN G. CONOVER
Page 860
JOHN G. CONOVER, farmer; P. O. Biggs. As early as 1790, Peter Conover, of Monmouth Co., moved with his family to Woodford Co., Ky., where, in December, 1812, the subject of this sketch was born. The elder Conover was the youngest of five brothers, and the four oldest were all soldiers of the Revolution. In 1822, the Conover family, with a large number of relatives and acquaintances, desirous of locating beyond the influence of slavery, moved by wagons to this State, the journey occupying some months, and attended with hardships that would have deterred any but the stout-hearted. The party reached Springfield in June, and, after an examination of the country, chose the Jersey Prairie, in what is now Morgan Co., as the site of their future home. Peter Conover and his wife remained in this locality until their death, which occurred to the first in May, 1835, and to the latter in October, 1846. John G. Conover was married, in 1833, to Miss Susan Houghton; she died in 1845, and he was married, in 1846, to Mrs. Hannah Mitchell. He moved to this county in 1841, and settled in the vicinity of Bath. In 1849, he crossed the plains to California, and returned by way of the Isthmus in 1851. In the early days of Morgan and Menard Cos., he enjoyed the acquaintance of Lincoln, Yates and Col. Hardin, the latter making his home, in his youth, with the Conover family. Mr. Conover settled upon the place he now occupies, on Sec. 31, in 1866, consisting of 160 acres, well improved, and worth about $30 per acre. His business capacity and integrity have been recognized by the people of Sherman Township, and on various occasions they have chosen him Justice of the Peace, and, for five years in succession, Assessor.

Children of Dominicus John Garret Conover and Susan B. Houghton

Children of Dominicus John Garret Conover and Hannah Brisby

Susan B. Houghton

F, #3466, b. 25 Oct 1814, d. 26 Sep 1845
Susan B. Houghton|b. 25 Oct 1814\nd. 26 Sep 1845|p35.htm#i3466|Elijah Houghton|b. 11 Oct 1783\nd. 7 Oct 1852|p1552.htm#i155183|Charlotte Hart|b. circa 1783\nd. circa 1816|p2555.htm#i255494|||||||||||||
      Susan B. Houghton was born on 25-Oct-1814 at Morgan County, Illinois. She was the daughter of Elijah Houghton and Charlotte Hart. Susan married Dominicus John Garret Conover, son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 5-Sep-1833 at Sangamon County, Illinois. Susan married Dominicus John Garret Conover, son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, before 1834; Dominicus's first wife. Susan B. Houghton died on 26-Sep-1845 at Morgan County, Illinois, at age 30.
     She was also known as Susan Grayson Houghton. She was also known as Susan Houghton.

Children of Susan B. Houghton and Dominicus John Garret Conover

Hannah Brisby

F, #3467, b. 21 Nov 1816, d. 21 Aug 1895
      Hannah Brisby was born on 21-Nov-1816 at Center Moreland, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Hannah married James S. Mitchell on 12-Aug-1836 at Switzerland County, Indiana. Hannah married Dominicus John Garret Conover, son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 7-Apr-1846 at Cass County, Illinois. Hannah married Dominicus John Garret Conover, son of Peter Cownover and Hannah Coombs, on 7-Apr-1846 at Morgan County, Illinois. Hannah Brisby died on 21-Aug-1895 at Verdon, Richards County, Nebraska, at age 78.
     She was also known as Hannah Mitchell.

Children of Hannah Brisby and James S. Mitchell

Children of Hannah Brisby and Dominicus John Garret Conover

Ann Couwenhoven

F, #3468, b. 19 Sep 1736
Ann Couwenhoven|b. 19 Sep 1736|p35.htm#i3468|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|William W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 7 Mar 1685/86\nd. 19 Jan 1769|p4.htm#i350|Annetie L. Van Voorhees|b. 5 Apr 1686 or 25 1686\nd. 30 Sep 1774|p4.htm#i351|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|

Relationship=2nd cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Ann Couwenhoven was baptized on 19-Sep-1736 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck.

Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven1

F, #3469, b. 12 Mar 1738, d. 19 Jul 1802
Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|William W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 7 Mar 1685/86\nd. 19 Jan 1769|p4.htm#i350|Annetie L. Van Voorhees|b. 5 Apr 1686 or 25 1686\nd. 30 Sep 1774|p4.htm#i351|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|

Relationship=2nd cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven was born on 12-Mar-1738. She was the daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck. Nelly married Capt. Kenneth Hankinson, son of Thomas John Hankinson and Helena Anderson, circa 1757. Nelly married Capt. Kenneth Hankinson, son of Thomas John Hankinson and Helena Anderson, on 25-May-1757 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven died on 19-Jul-1802 at age 64. Nelly was buried circa 20-Jul-1802 at Old Tennent Church Cemetery, Tennent, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Elinore Couwenhoven. She was also known as Eleanor Conover.

Children of Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven and Capt. Kenneth Hankinson

Citations

  1. Not 100% definate.

Capt. Kenneth Hankinson

M, #3470, b. 24 Jan 1731/32, d. 6 Oct 1807
Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Thomas John Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|||||||||||||
      Capt. Kenneth Hankinson was born on 24-Jan-1731. He was born on 24-Jan-1731/32. He was the son of Thomas John Hankinson and Helena Anderson. Kenneth married Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck, circa 1757. Kenneth married Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck, on 25-May-1757 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Capt. Kenneth Hankinson died on 6-Oct-1807 at age 75. Kenneth was buried at Old Tennent Church Cemetery, Tennent, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Children of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven

Thomas John Hankinson

M, #3471, b. 1707, d. Sep 1783
      Thomas John Hankinson was born in 1707. Thomas married Mary Cleminger before 1726. Thomas married Helena Anderson on 12-Sep-1728. Thomas married Hannah Ashton on 18-Dec-1748 at Christ Church, Shrewsbury, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Thomas John Hankinson died circa 1783. He died in Sep-1783 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Thomas Hankinson.

Children of Thomas John Hankinson and Helena Anderson

Helena Anderson

F, #3472, b. 6 May 1706, d. 19 Feb 1747/48
      Helena Anderson was born on 6-May-1706 at Manalapan, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Helena married Thomas John Hankinson on 12-Sep-1728. Helena Anderson died on 19-Feb-1747/48 at age 41.

Children of Helena Anderson and Thomas John Hankinson

Helena Hankinson

F, #3473, b. 10 Apr 1758, d. 21 Oct 1817
Helena Hankinson|b. 10 Apr 1758\nd. 21 Oct 1817|p35.htm#i3473|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Helena Hankinson was born on 10-Apr-1758. She was the daughter of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. Helena Hankinson and Gilbert Longstreet obtained a marriage license on 22-Nov-1777; Helena's first husband. Helena married Capt. James Anderson circa 1794; Helena's second husband. Helena Hankinson died on 21-Oct-1817 at age 59.

Child of Helena Hankinson and Gilbert Longstreet

Children of Helena Hankinson and Capt. James Anderson

Gilbert Longstreet

M, #3474, b. circa 1750, d. 1787
Gilbert Longstreet|b. circa 1750\nd. 1787|p35.htm#i3474|Stoffel Longstreet|b. 25 Dec 1713\nd. 1782|p380.htm#i37905|Abigail Wooley|b. Mar 1717 or May 1717\nd. 25 May 1786|p406.htm#i40522|Stoffle D. Longstreet|b. circa 1666\nd. between 1739 and 1741|p380.htm#i37903|Moyka Lane|b. between 1672 and 1675\nd. circa 1753|p380.htm#i37904|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
      Gilbert Longstreet was born circa 1750. He was the son of Stoffel Longstreet and Abigail Wooley. Gilbert Longstreet and Helena Hankinson obtained a marriage license on 22-Nov-1777; Helena's first husband. Gilbert Longstreet died in 1787. Gilbert's estate was proved on 27-Nov-1787.
     Gilbert's left a will on 20-Feb-1787.

Child of Gilbert Longstreet and Helena Hankinson

Capt. James Anderson

M, #3475, b. 17 Sep 1751, d. 1825
      Capt. James Anderson was born on 17-Sep-1751. James married Helena Hankinson, daughter of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, circa 1794; Helena's second husband. Capt. James Anderson died in 1825.

Children of Capt. James Anderson and Helena Hankinson

William Hankinson

M, #3476, b. 16 Jan 1759, d. circa 1778
William Hankinson|b. 16 Jan 1759\nd. circa 1778|p35.htm#i3476|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Hankinson was born on 16-Jan-1759. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. William married Sarah Conover. William Hankinson died circa 1778.

Children of William Hankinson and Sarah Conover

Sarah Conover

F, #3477
     Sarah married William Hankinson, son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven.
     Sarah Conover was also known as Mrs. Sarah (Unknown).

Children of Sarah Conover and William Hankinson

Hannah Hankinson

F, #3478, b. 22 Nov 1760, d. Jun 1824
Hannah Hankinson|b. 22 Nov 1760\nd. Jun 1824|p35.htm#i3478|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Hannah Hankinson was born on 22-Nov-1760 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. Hannah married Rev. Peter Fish, son of Nathaniel Fish and Jannetje Berrien, on 30-Jun-1785. Hannah Hankinson died in Jun-1824 at age 63.

Children of Hannah Hankinson and Rev. Peter Fish

Rev. Peter Fish

M, #3479, b. 23 Nov 1751, d. 12 Nov 1810
Rev. Peter Fish|b. 23 Nov 1751\nd. 12 Nov 1810|p35.htm#i3479|Nathaniel Fish|b. 18 Dec 1700\nd. 3 Mar 1769|p581.htm#i58012|Jannetje Berrien|b. 29 Sep 1716\nd. 24 Mar 1789|p581.htm#i58013|||||||||||||
      Rev. Peter Fish was born on 23-Nov-1751 at Newtown, Queens County, New York. He was the son of Nathaniel Fish and Jannetje Berrien. Rev. Peter Fish was baptized on 2-Jan-1752 at Presbyterian Church, Newtown, Queens County, New York. Peter married Hannah Hankinson, daughter of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, on 30-Jun-1785. Rev. Peter Fish died on 12-Nov-1810 at Newtown, Queens County, New York, at age 58.
     

Children of Rev. Peter Fish and Hannah Hankinson

James Hankinson

M, #3480, b. 15 Jan 1763, d. 15 Nov 1813
James Hankinson|b. 15 Jan 1763\nd. 15 Nov 1813|p35.htm#i3480|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      James Hankinson was born on 15-Jan-1763 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. James married Sarah Dunham, daughter of Col. Azariah Dunham and Mary Ford, on 17-Mar-1789 at New Jersey. James Hankinson died on 15-Nov-1813 at age 50.

Children of James Hankinson and Sarah Dunham

Sarah Dunham

F, #3481, b. 27 Aug 1765, d. 24 Mar 1808
Sarah Dunham|b. 27 Aug 1765\nd. 24 Mar 1808|p35.htm#i3481|Col. Azariah Dunham||p3580.htm#i357905|Mary Ford||p3580.htm#i357906|||||||||||||
      Sarah Dunham was born on 27-Aug-1765 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Col. Azariah Dunham and Mary Ford. Sarah married James Hankinson, son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, on 17-Mar-1789 at New Jersey. Sarah Dunham died on 24-Mar-1808 at age 42.

Children of Sarah Dunham and James Hankinson

Thomas K. Hankinson

M, #3482, b. 17 Nov 1765, d. circa 1849
Thomas K. Hankinson|b. 17 Nov 1765\nd. circa 1849|p35.htm#i3482|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Thomas K. Hankinson was born on 17-Mar-1765. He was born on 17-Nov-1765. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. Thomas married Deborah Baird, daughter of Zebulon Baird and Anna Smith, in 1787. Thomas K. Hankinson died circa 1849.

Children of Thomas K. Hankinson and Deborah Baird

Deborah Baird

F, #3483, b. 3 Dec 1770, d. 4 Apr 1848
Deborah Baird|b. 3 Dec 1770\nd. 4 Apr 1848|p35.htm#i3483|Zebulon Baird|b. 13 Oct 1715\nd. 28 Jan 1804|p1581.htm#i158074|Anna Smith|b. 17 Sep 1731\nd. 26 Dec 1794|p1581.htm#i158075|||||||||||||
      Deborah Baird was born on 3-Dec-1770 at Topenemus, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Zebulon Baird and Anna Smith. Deborah married Thomas K. Hankinson, son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, in 1787. Deborah Baird died on 4-Apr-1848 at Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 77. Deborah was buried after 4-Apr-1848 at Dutch Reformed Church, Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Children of Deborah Baird and Thomas K. Hankinson

John Hankinson

M, #3484, b. 7 Feb 1767, d. circa 8 Feb 1767
John Hankinson|b. 7 Feb 1767\nd. circa 8 Feb 1767|p35.htm#i3484|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John Hankinson was born on 7-Feb-1767. He died young. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven.

Isaac Hankinson

M, #3485, b. 5 Oct 1770
Isaac Hankinson|b. 5 Oct 1770|p35.htm#i3485|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Isaac Hankinson was born on 5-Oct-1770. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven.

Kenneth Hankinson

M, #3486, b. 24 Jan 1772, d. 31 Mar 1827
Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1772\nd. 31 Mar 1827|p35.htm#i3486|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Kenneth Hankinson was born on 24-Jan-1772. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. Kenneth married Catherine Bowne, daughter of Joseph Bowne and Hannah Anderson, on 12-Jul-1797. Kenneth Hankinson died on 31-Mar-1827 at age 55.

Children of Kenneth Hankinson and Catherine Bowne

Catherine Bowne

F, #3487, b. 12 Jul 1779, d. 8 Feb 1853
Catherine Bowne|b. 12 Jul 1779\nd. 8 Feb 1853|p35.htm#i3487|Joseph Bowne|b. 17 May 1735\nd. 8 Oct 1812|p1441.htm#i144031|Hannah Anderson|b. 14 Jan 1738/39\nd. 1 May 1823|p1255.htm#i125450|||||||||||||
      Catherine Bowne was born on 12-Jul-1779. She was the daughter of Joseph Bowne and Hannah Anderson. Catherine married Kenneth Hankinson, son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, on 12-Jul-1797. Catherine Bowne died on 8-Feb-1853 at age 73.
Census26-Aug-1850with her son Peter, Raritan Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey

Children of Catherine Bowne and Kenneth Hankinson

Lydia Hankinson

F, #3488, b. 11 May 1774, d. 9 Jul 1844
Lydia Hankinson|b. 11 May 1774\nd. 9 Jul 1844|p35.htm#i3488|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Lydia Hankinson was born on 11-May-1774. She was the daughter of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. Lydia married Thomas Lloyd, son of Thomas Lloyd and Clemence (Unknown), on 19-Mar-1795. Lydia married Ogden Ross, son of Mathias Ross and Mary Halsey. Lydia Hankinson died on 9-Jul-1844 at age 70. Lydia was buried at Venice Cemetery, Venice, Ohio.

Child of Lydia Hankinson and Thomas Lloyd

Thomas Lloyd

M, #3489, b. 1770, d. 19 Jan 1804
Thomas Lloyd|b. 1770\nd. 19 Jan 1804|p35.htm#i3489|Thomas Lloyd||p3889.htm#i388812|Clemence (Unknown)||p3889.htm#i388813|||||||||||||
      Thomas Lloyd was born in 1770 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Thomas Lloyd and Clemence (Unknown). Thomas married Lydia Hankinson, daughter of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, on 19-Mar-1795. Thomas Lloyd died on 19-Jan-1804 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as William Lloyd. He was also known as John Lloyd.

Child of Thomas Lloyd and Lydia Hankinson

Joseph Hankinson

M, #3490, b. 8 Sep 1776
Joseph Hankinson|b. 8 Sep 1776|p35.htm#i3490|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Joseph Hankinson was born on 8-Sep-1776 at Manalapan, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. Joseph married Hannah Rhea on 2-Feb-1796. Joseph married Hannah Rhea on 21-Feb-1796 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Children of Joseph Hankinson and Hannah Rhea

Hannah Rhea

F, #3491, d. 3 Sep 1824
     Hannah married Joseph Hankinson, son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, on 2-Feb-1796. Hannah married Joseph Hankinson, son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven, on 21-Feb-1796 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Hannah Rhea died on 3-Sep-1824 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Children of Hannah Rhea and Joseph Hankinson

Peter Hankinson

M, #3492, b. 16 May 1779
Peter Hankinson|b. 16 May 1779|p35.htm#i3492|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Peter Hankinson was born on 16-May-1779. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. Peter married Lydia Chamberlain.

Lydia Chamberlain

F, #3493, b. 20 Jul 1789, d. 14 Jun 1843
      Lydia Chamberlain was born on 20-Jul-1789. Lydia married Peter Hankinson, son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. Lydia Chamberlain died on 14-Jun-1843 at age 53.

John Hankinson

M, #3494, b. 15 Jun 1783
John Hankinson|b. 15 Jun 1783|p35.htm#i3494|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Thomas J. Hankinson|b. 1707\nd. Sep 1783|p35.htm#i3471|Helena Anderson|b. 6 May 1706\nd. 19 Feb 1747/48|p35.htm#i3472|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta G. Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John Hankinson was born on 15-Jun-1783. He was the son of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson and Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven. John married (Unknown) Cushing between 1800 and 1833.

Lewis Ford Hankinson

M, #3495, b. 5 Sep 1792, d. 29 Jan 1887
Lewis Ford Hankinson|b. 5 Sep 1792\nd. 29 Jan 1887|p35.htm#i3495|James Hankinson|b. 15 Jan 1763\nd. 15 Nov 1813|p35.htm#i3480|Sarah Dunham|b. 27 Aug 1765\nd. 24 Mar 1808|p35.htm#i3481|Capt. Kenneth Hankinson|b. 24 Jan 1731/32\nd. 6 Oct 1807|p35.htm#i3470|Supposed daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck Nelly Covenhoven|b. 12 Mar 1738\nd. 19 Jul 1802|p35.htm#i3469|Col. Azariah Dunham||p3580.htm#i357905|Mary Ford||p3580.htm#i357906|

Relationship=4th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Lewis Ford Hankinson was born on 5-Sep-1792. He was the son of James Hankinson and Sarah Dunham. Lewis married Eleanor Forman, daughter of William Forman and Francytie Hendrickson, circa 1812 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Lewis Ford Hankinson died on 29-Jan-1887 at age 94.

Child of Lewis Ford Hankinson and Eleanor Forman

Eleanor Forman

F, #3496, b. 1792, d. 1867
Eleanor Forman|b. 1792\nd. 1867|p35.htm#i3496|William Forman|b. 26 Aug 1751\nd. 31 Jan 1823|p35.htm#i3497|Francytie Hendrickson|b. 18 Mar 1759\nd. 19 Jun 1815|p828.htm#i82738|Peter Forman|b. 28 Mar 1719\nd. 8 Sep 1785|p12.htm#i1172|Neltje Williamson|b. 16 Oct 1720\nd. 6 Nov 1771|p12.htm#i1171|Lt. Gerret Hendrickson|b. 22 Jan 1734\nd. 2 Dec 1801|p29.htm#i2803|Tryntje Denise|b. 8 May 1732\nd. 8 Sep 1771|p717.htm#i71605|

Relationship=3rd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Eleanor Forman was born in 1792. She was the daughter of William Forman and Francytie Hendrickson. Eleanor married Lewis Ford Hankinson, son of James Hankinson and Sarah Dunham, circa 1812 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Eleanor Forman died in 1867.

Child of Eleanor Forman and Lewis Ford Hankinson

William Forman

M, #3497, b. 26 Aug 1751, d. 31 Jan 1823
William Forman|b. 26 Aug 1751\nd. 31 Jan 1823|p35.htm#i3497|Peter Forman|b. 28 Mar 1719\nd. 8 Sep 1785|p12.htm#i1172|Neltje Williamson|b. 16 Oct 1720\nd. 6 Nov 1771|p12.htm#i1171|Jonathan Forman|b. Sep 1688\nd. 28 Dec 1762|p12.htm#i1173|Margaret Wyckoff|b. 1693\nd. 21 Dec 1765|p12.htm#i1174|Aert Williamson|b. 29 Apr 1678|p4.htm#i349|Annetje W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 13 Apr 1683|p4.htm#i348|

Relationship=2nd cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Forman was born on 26-Aug-1751. He was the son of Peter Forman and Neltje Williamson. William married Francytie Hendrickson, daughter of Lt. Gerret Hendrickson and Tryntje Denise. William Forman died on 31-Jan-1823 at age 71.

Children of William Forman and Francytie Hendrickson

Sarah Covenhoven

F, #3499, b. circa 1740, d. 12 Dec 1789
Sarah Covenhoven|b. circa 1740\nd. 12 Dec 1789|p35.htm#i3499|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|William W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 7 Mar 1685/86\nd. 19 Jan 1769|p4.htm#i350|Annetie L. Van Voorhees|b. 5 Apr 1686 or 25 1686\nd. 30 Sep 1774|p4.htm#i351|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|

Relationship=2nd cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Sarah Covenhoven was born circa 1740. She was the daughter of William Couwenhoven and Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck. Sarah Covenhoven died, perhaps, on 12-Dec-1789, unmarried.

William Covenhoven

M, #3500, b. 8 Jun 1742, d. 17 Oct 1777
William Covenhoven|b. 8 Jun 1742\nd. 17 Oct 1777|p35.htm#i3500|William Couwenhoven|b. 22 Jan 1713\nd. circa Sep 1747|p12.htm#i1179|Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck|b. 17 Apr 1715\nd. before 1778|p14.htm#i1392|William W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 7 Mar 1685/86\nd. 19 Jan 1769|p4.htm#i350|Annetie L. Van Voorhees|b. 5 Apr 1686 or 25 1686\nd. 30 Sep 1774|p4.htm#i351|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|

Relationship=2nd cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Covenhoven was born on 8-Jun-1742. He was the son of William Couwenhoven and Margaretetta Gerretse Schenck. William Covenhoven and Deborah Voorhees obtained a marriage license on 8-Sep-1764. William Covenhoven died on 17-Oct-1777 at age 35. William was buried at Penn's Neck Cemetery, Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. William's estate was proved on 30-May-1778.
     He and Sarah Conover were possibly father and daughter. William Covenhoven was also known as William Willamson Covenhoven. In his will dated Oct 7, 1777, William Covenhoven, yeoman, of Penn's Neck, Middlesex County, mentioned his wife Deborah, who was to have the use of his plantation until his son William was 21, another son Roeloff, and three daughters, Margaret, Deborah, and Mary, all underage. The executors were Garret Schenck and John (son of Roeloff)Schenck, both of Penn's Neck, andit was witnessed by Samuel Olden, Thomas and Joseph Skelton.

Children of William Covenhoven and Deborah Voorhees

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