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Israel Sabin Sr.

M, #305, b. 8 Jun 1673, d. after 25 Mar 1718

John Kingsley

M, #309, b. 6 May 1665, d. 17 Mar 1732/33

Elizabeth Kingsley

F, #313, b. 29 Dec 1692, d. circa 1792

Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven

M, #326, b. 1615, d. before 21 Apr 1670
Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1615\nd. before 21 Apr 1670|p4.htm#i326|Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p3.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p3.htm#i280|Gerritt J. Couwenhoven||p580.htm#i57982||||Jacob Petersz|d. before 1611|p716.htm#i71591|Metgen Jacobsdr|d. before 1611|p716.htm#i71592|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Son of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven was born in 1615 at Amersfoort, Utrecht, Netherlands. He was the son of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Neeltgen Jacobsdochter. Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven published marriage intentions Jacobus Couwenhoven of Amersfoort residing in the Jonge Roelen Alley, 22 years old, asseisted by his uncle Rutgert Jansz, parents still living, marries Hester Jans of Haarlem, 22 years old, living on the Princes' Canal with her mother Lijsbert Setten.

He signes: Jacobus Couwenhoven on 14-Nov-1637 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. Jacob married Hester Jansen, daughter of Lijsbet Setten, on 1-Dec-1637 at New Church, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands; Married by Domine Gelldorpus (Bible). Jacob married Magdaleentje Jacobs Van Amsterdam on 26-Sep-1655. Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven died before 21-Apr-1670. He died in 1673 or 1674 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York.
     He was also known as Jacob Van Couwenhoven. He was also known as Jacob Worlfertsen Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Jacob Van Kouwenhoven.

Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven's Bible.





















The Inventory of Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven was taken on 21-Apr-1670.

Children of Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Hester Jansen

Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven

M, #327, b. circa 1614
Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1614|p4.htm#i327|Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p3.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p3.htm#i280|Gerritt J. Couwenhoven||p580.htm#i57982||||Jacob Petersz|d. before 1611|p716.htm#i71591|Metgen Jacobsdr|d. before 1611|p716.htm#i71592|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Son of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven was born circa 1614 at Amersfoort, Utrecht, Netherlands. He was the son of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Neeltgen Jacobsdochter. Pieter married Hester Daws, daughter of Dawes Symon, on 2-Dec-1640 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Before 7-Jan-1642 Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Maria du Trieux had a relationship which resulted in issue. Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Sibrants obtained a marriage license on 4-Nov-1665 at New York. Pieter married Aeltje Sibrants on 22-Nov-1665. Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven married Josynthe Thomas on 19-May-1699; Not historians agree that this marraige took place.     
     Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven was possible father and daughter. He was also known as Pieter Wolfertsen Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Peter Van Cowenhoven. He was also known as Pieter Kowenhoven. He was also known as Pieter Van Couwenhoven.

I, the undersigned Pieter Wolphersen, hereby acknowledge for myself, my heirs and successors that this day, date underwritten, I have adopted, as I do hereby adopt, Aeltjem Pieters van Couwenhoven, my own daughter, whom I have begotten and procreated by Maria de Truy, promising therefore that from this date I shall do by the above-named, my daughter, as a god fearing father is bound and ought to do by his own legitimate daughter; therefore, I hereby discharge and release Cornelis Volckersen, husband and guardian of the aforesaid Maria de Truy, from all charges and responsibilities incidental to the bringing up of a child till she becomes of age; I, Pieter Wolphersen, promising to look after the child, to let her learn to read and to bring her up according to my means.

Furthermore, if I do not beget any children by my present wife, the above named child shall be my rightful heiress and inheritrix, as if she were duly begotten in lawful wedlock, and if it happens that children be begotten by me and my wife, the above named Aeltjen Pieters shall receive, like the legitimate children on my side, a just child's portion of all such goods, means and effects as it shall please the Lord God Almighty to bestow on me. Requesting that this may have effect before all courts, I have signed this without fraud in the presence of the subscribing witnesses hereto invited. Done, the 7th day of January 1642.

This is x the mark of Pieter Wolphersen
Jacob Couwenhoven
Philippe du Trieux
Acknowledged before me, Cornelis van Tienhoven, Secretary.

He was commisoned a Lt. during the Esopus War on 30-Jun-1663.









Peter Covenhoven, or Conover, purchased land in what is now Atlantic County in 1695, between which date and 1698 he took up 150 acres in one tract, also 250 acres bounding on Great Egg Harbor River and Patconk Creek.

The founder of this family was Wolphert Garretson Van Courvenhoven, who came from Amersfoot, in the province of Utrecht, Holland, in 1630, and settled near Albany. He soon afterwards re­moved to Manhattan Island and was enrolled among the burghers of New Amsterdam, now New York. In 1636 he bought a tract of land on Long Island of the Indians, for which he received confirmation of patent from the Dutch in 1658. This tract was known as Flatlands, and here lie died in 1662. He had sons Jacob, Garret and Peter, all born in Holland, who came over with him in 1630. The son Peter, from whom descended the Conovers of Atlantic, was married three times. He first married Hester Symons Dows, De­cember 2, 1640; second Alye Sybrants, November 22, 1665; third Josyntee Thomas, May 19, 1699.

Peter Conover was settled in New Amsterdam (New York) as early as 1633. ,He engaged in mercantile pursuits with his brother Jacob, who was a miller, a considerable trade being carried on in flour, which was bolted in windmills. Jacob became embarrassed in some private speculations and Peter separated his business connections. The property of Jacob, consisting of a good stone dwelling and a mill, was sold. Peter continued his mercantile pursuits and also engaged in brewing, then a profitable business. He also held civil positions and was a magistrate in 1652-4-8-9 and 1661-3. His residence in New York was in Pearl street, near Whitehall, and his place of business at the corner of those streets. He was also a lieutenant in the military service under General Stuyvesant, and on several occasions was in service against unfriendly Indians. In 1663 the Dutch who were settled at Esopus (now Kingston), on the Hudson River, were set upon by a large band of savages. The male portion of the settlers had gone to the field to their accustomed labor, when a number of savages entered the village in a careless manner, sauntering among the inhabitants. Soon after, they sounded their war whoop and began to kill or take captive the women and children. Many of the men were also killed in the field. The total loss of the Dutch was seventy; twenty-five killed and forty-five taken captive. Twelve dwellings, being every house, were destroyed. The mill alone was left. General Stuyvesant ordered Captain Martin Kriger and Lieutenant Covenhoven to retaliate. Their company consisted of two hundred and ten men. of whom forty were friendly Indians, and they marched to Esopus late one afternoon in July. Proceeding four miles, they halted until the moon rose and then marched again, but the country being wild they could not proceed by night. The day being come, they marched forward, felling trees to cross streams, for they had wagons and a cannon. With great difficulty they proceeded twenty-four miles and came within four miles of an Indian fort, to which all the captives had been taken. Lieutenant Coven­hoven was sent forward with one hundred and sixteen men to sur­prise the fort, but the Indians had decamped to the mountains, tak­ing their captives with them. Covenhoven continued in hot pursuit and reached an Indian camp, but that too was deserted. The pur­suit was given tip after burning up the Indian stores of maize, beans and grain growing. They then marched to another fort, thirty-six miles distant, when a fight took place and several savages were killed.

Some years later Covenhoven became involved in lawsuits and his temper was soured by some adverse decisions in suits to which he was a party. As he thought these decisions unjust, he made some remarks derogatory of the character of the court, for which he was sentenced to a brief imprisonment and fined. For these reasons he left New Amsterdam in disgust, and Valentine's New York Manual says he retired to a farm which he owned at Elizabethtown, New Jersey, where he spent most of his time.

The surname of this family, originally Courvenhoven, it is said, means "cold farms." In earliest New Jersey records it is given as Corvenhoven, Covenover and Covenhoven, and about the time of the Revolution many members adopted the spelling now generally used of Conover. The descendants in old Gloucester of Peter Covenhoven have a good Revolutionary record. One Peter Covenhoven was a lieutenant, commissioned November 14, 1777; Isaac, John and Joseph were privates. Of those who gave their names as Conover, David, Jesse, Micajah, Peter and Peter B., were soldiers in that war. The family branched over into other counties, and among these Isaiah Conover was a member of the Legislature many years ago from Salem County. Another descendant named Joseph went to old Monmouth County, and was in the Legislature in 1824-26. The given names of Peter and Joseph are quite frequent among descendants of the first Peter. The name of the founder of the Conover family, Wolphert Garretson Van Courvenhoven, means Wolphert the son of Garret of Courvenhoven. Garret, the father of Wolphert, must have been born over three hundred years ago, as his grandson, Peter, was in business in New York in 1633. The Conovers have substantial claim to he considered an old family, as their known family record dates back at least three centuries.


First Families of Eyren Haven.

Occupation1688Elizabethtown, Essex County, New Jersey, was a brewer

Child of Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven

Children of Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Hester Daws

Child of Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Maria du Trieux

Child of Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Sibrants

Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

F, #328, b. 10 Apr 1644, d. between 1702 and 1709
Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 10 Apr 1644\nd. between 1702 and 1709|p4.htm#i328|Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje Cornelis Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Wolphert G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p3.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p3.htm#i280|Cornelius L. Cool|b. circa 1588|p3.htm#i277|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p1037.htm#i103695|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 10-Apr-1644 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. She was born on 10-Apr-1644 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool. Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 10-Sep-1644 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Marretje married Coert Stevense Van Voorhees, son of Steven Coerts Van Voorhees and Aeltje Wessels, before 1664. Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven died between 1702 and 1709.
     She was also known as Marretje Van Couvenhoven. She was also known as Marytje Van Couwenhoven. She was also known as Marretje Kowenhoven.

Children of Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Coert Stevense Van Voorhees

Coert Stevense Van Voorhees

M, #329, b. 1638, d. after 20 Jun 1699
Coert Stevense Van Voorhees|b. 1638\nd. after 20 Jun 1699|p4.htm#i329|Steven Coerts Van Voorhees|b. 1600\nd. 16 Feb 1683/84|p10.htm#i925|Aeltje Wessels||p92.htm#i9107|||||||||||||
      Coert Stevense Van Voorhees was born in 1637 at Hess, Drenthe, Netherlands. He was born in 1638 at Netherlands. He was born in 1638 at Hees, Drenthe, Netherlands. He was the son of Steven Coerts Van Voorhees and Aeltje Wessels. Coert Stevense Van Voorhees was born circa 1639 at Of, Ruenen, Drenthe, Netherlands. Coert married Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, daughter of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, before 1664. Coert Stevense Van Voorhees died after 20-Jun-1699.
     He was also known as Coert Steven Van Voorhees. He was also known as Koert Stevensen Van Voorhees. He was also known as Coerte Stevens Van Vorhis. He was also known as Coert Stephense Van Voores. He was also known as Coert Stevensen Van Hees. He was also known as Coert Stevenz Van Voorhies. He was also known as Cheri Stevense Van Voorhees. He was also known as Coerte Stevens Van Voorhees. He immigrated; He came over with his father in 1660, settled in Flatlands. On an unknown date He was one of two representatives of Flatlands in Assembly held at City Hall in New Amsterdam, April 10, 1664.
On 26-Mar-1674 He was a delegate to the convention at New Orange.
He a deacon and member at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Kings County, New York, 1677. He gave oath of allegiance in Sep-1687. He captain of Militia in 1689.
Coert Stevense Van Voorhees purchased bought of John Tilton all his real estate on 8-Mar-1691 at Gravesend, Kings County, New York.
He He conveyed this proerty to his son Albert on 20-Jun-1699.
OccupationHe was a magistrate, 1664 and 1673

Children of Coert Stevense Van Voorhees and Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

F, #330, b. 20 Sep 1641, d. circa 1672
Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 20 Sep 1641\nd. circa 1672|p4.htm#i330|Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje Cornelis Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Wolphert G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p3.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p3.htm#i280|Cornelius L. Cool|b. circa 1588|p3.htm#i277|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p1037.htm#i103695|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 20-Sep-1641 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was born on 20-Sep-1641 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool. Neeltje married Roelof Martense Schenck, son of Martin Van Nydeck Schenck and Maria Margretha Bockhurst, circa 1660 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven died circa 1672.
     She was also known as Neeltje Gerretse Van Couwehnoven. She was also known as Neeltje Van Couvenhoven. She was also known as Neeltje Garetse Kowenhoven.

Children of Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Roelof Martense Schenck

Roelof Martense Schenck

M, #331, b. 16 Sep 1620, d. 1704/5
Roelof Martense Schenck|b. 16 Sep 1620\nd. 1704/5|p4.htm#i331|Martin Van Nydeck Schenck|b. 7 Aug 1584|p10.htm#i914|Maria Margretha Bockhurst|b. 1609|p828.htm#i82798|||||||||||||
      Roelof Martense Schenck was born on 16-Sep-1620 at Amersfoort, Utrecht, Netherlands. He was the son of Martin Van Nydeck Schenck and Maria Margretha Bockhurst. Roelof Martense Schenck was born circa 1630 at Amersfoort, Utrecht, Netherlands. Roelof married Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, daughter of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, circa 1660 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Roelof married Annetje Wyckoff, daughter of Pieter Claesen Wyckoff and Grietje Cornelis Van Ness, circa 1675. Roelof married Catryntyna Crigers on 19-Nov-1688. Roelof Martense Schenck died circa 1704 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He died in 1704/5 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Roelof's estate was proved on 26-Jul-1705 at New York City, New York County, New York.
     He was also known as Roelof Martinse Schenck. He was also known as Roelof Martinse Schenck. He was also known as Roelof Martensz Schenck. He immigrated in 1650; from the Netherlands. He obtained a patent for 23 morgens at Flatlands. He held the position of magistrate between 1662 and 1664. He was a representative in the Hempstead convention in 1665.
Roelof Martense Schenck purchased 200 acres on 19-Mar-1674 at Amersfort, Kings County, New York.
He gave oath of allegiance in 1678 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He held the position of justice of the peace, 1684, 1689, and 1692 in 1684. He held the position of sheriff of the county in 1685.
Roelof Martense Schenck purchased bought of a brother one-half of mill and the island on which it stood on 20-Apr-1688.
He Captain of Horse in 1690.
Roelof Martense's left a will on 4-Sep-1704 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York.

In the name of God, Amen, ye fourth day of September in the third year ye reign of our sovereign Lady Anne now of England and ye Queen and in ye year of our Lord, One Thousand and seven hundred and four, I Roeloff Schenck of Flatlands in the Kings County on Nassau Island in the Colony of New York, being of good and perfect memory, pleased be Almighty God, therefore do make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say first I recommend my soul unto Almighty God who gave it and my body to the Earth to be buried in such a decent and Christian like manner and in such place as by my Executor hereafter named shall be thought fit and convenient, hoping for a glorious Resurrection at the last day.

Item. I give, grant, devise and bequeath unto my loving wife, Catherine Schenck, for and during her natural life, all my farm or tenement at Flatlands aforesaid now in my possession and whereon I live with ye house, garden, barn, orchard and premises thereunto belonging to have, hold, occupy and enjoy for her use only without impeachment of wait for and during her natural life and according to a contract and agreement made between my said wife Catherine and myself before marriage bearing date ye ninth day of November 1688, reference being thereunto had may at large appear provided always that if my said wife Catherine happens to remarry after my decease, then my gift grant devise and bequeath above said be null and void to all intents and purposes.

Item. I give, grant, devise and bequeath unto my loving son, Martin Schenck, his heirs and assigns for ever after the decease or remarriage of my said wife, Catherine, all my houses, land, tenements, orchards, gardens, meadows in possession, reversion or remainder either within the town and liberties of Flatlands aforesaid or else where to have and hold all ye said houses and lands as afore expressed unto the said Martin Schenck, his heirs and assigns forever upon this condition he paying the Legacies hereafter mentioned unto my children hereafter named within six years after possession taken by him, the said Martin, of my house and lands aforesaid. That is to say to my daughter daughter, Jonica, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to Marike, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my son John, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my son Garrett, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my daughter Margrieta, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my daughter Neltie, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my daughter Marike, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my daughter Sarah, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; and to the children of my deceased daughter Anneke. By names Roeloff and Albert, each ten pounds in money; and it is will that said legacies be paid to ye legatees aforesaid within six years time as aforementioned and that those of ye legatees that ate in most need or want shall be first paid always provided that if my son Martin refuses, denies or delays ye legacies abovementioned, then my houses and lands above expressed to be equally divided among my children aforementioned and sold to the highest bidder.

Item. I give , grant, devise and bequeath unto my loving children by names Martin, Jonica, Marike, John, Garrett Margarieta, Neltie, Mayke and Sarah their executor and assigns forever after ye decease of remarriage of my said wife Catherine, all my goods and chattels rights and credits whatsoever or wheresoever the same are or shall become due in equal proportion to be divided between them , that is to say the one-half immediately my decease or remarriage as afore and that there be an inventory taken of all my goods and chattels soon after my death by my executors hereafter named that my children or creditors may not be defrauded and that my said wife Catherine shall give in bond and security to deliver or cause to be delivered upon her remarriage or death to my children above named what goods and chattels, and further it is my will that my daughter Sarah before any division of ye moveables aforesaid, have a good outsetting equal as my other children has had and then to share equally with ye rest and that my son Martin, for his birthright as eldest son shall have my Negro boy, Anthony, my said wife only to have ye profit or use of ye one-half of ye labor or service of said boy during her lifetime or remarriage. I do hereby make, appoint and ordain my loving son Martin Schenck whole and sole executor of this my last Will and Testament to see it performed according to ye true intent and meaning thereof.

In Witness whereof, I the said Roeloff Schenck have hereunto put my hand and seal ye day and year first above written Roeloff Schenck. Signed, sealed and declared in ye presence of us, Coerte Stevens, Garret Stoofhooff, Henry Filkin.

Children of Roelof Martense Schenck and Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

Children of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff

Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

M, #332, b. 1639, d. circa 1714
Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1639\nd. circa 1714|p4.htm#i332|Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje Cornelis Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Wolphert G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p3.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p3.htm#i280|Cornelius L. Cool|b. circa 1588|p3.htm#i277|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p1037.htm#i103695|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     He was born in 1639, perhaps at Flatlands, L.I., NY. Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven was the son of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool. Jan married Gerardina de Sille, daughter of Nicasius de Sille and Cornelia Meulmans, on 18-May-1670. Jan married Gerardina de Sille, daughter of Nicasius de Sille and Cornelia Meulmans, on 19-May-1670. Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven died circa 1714 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He died circa 1724.
     He was also known as Jan Gerretsen Van Couwenhoven. He was also known as Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Jan Gerretse Kowenhoven. He was licensed to trade in in 1665 Albany, Albany County, New York. He was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn in 1677 and 1685 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He resided at between 1677 and 1685; Brooklyn Ferry.
Occupation1690Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, He was a commissioner of Brooklyn, 1690, by act of Court of General Sessions of which he was at that time a grand juryman.

Children of Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Gerardina de Sille

Gerardina de Sille

F, #333, b. 10 Feb 1642
Gerardina de Sille|b. 10 Feb 1642|p4.htm#i333|Nicasius de Sille|b. 23 Sep 1610\nd. before 1674|p10.htm#i902|Cornelia Meulmans|b. circa 1617\nd. before 1653|p10.htm#i903|||||||||||||
      Gerardina de Sille was born on 10-Feb-1642 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Nicasius de Sille and Cornelia Meulmans. Gerardina married Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, on 18-May-1670. Gerardina married Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, on 19-May-1670.
     Gerardina de Sille was also known as Gerdientje De Sills. She was also known as Geradientje De Sille.

Children of Gerardina de Sille and Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

M, #334, b. 4 Jan 1661/62
Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 4 Jan 1661/62|p4.htm#i334|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Altie Jorise Brinckeroff|b. 29 Jan 1641\nd. 3 Jun 1663|p4.htm#i354|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Joris D. Brinckerhoef|b. 1604\nd. 16 Jan 1661|p289.htm#i28816|Susannah Dubbels|b. 1602\nd. after 1676|p289.htm#i28815|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 4-Jan-1661/62 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Altie Jorise Brinckeroff. Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 15-Jan-1662 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Gerret married Aeltje (Unknown) before 1695.
     Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was also known as Garret Kowenhoven. He was a member of the Flatlands Dutch Church in 1677; member. He gave oath of allegiance in 1687; was entered as native born.      He resided at at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, in 1687.
Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven purchased bought of his stepmother, Jannetje Monfort, and other heirs of Pieter Monfort, Pieter's farm and patent at the Wallabout. on 27-Apr-1701.
On 1704 He also appears to have owned land in Bushwick in 1704. as per records of that town.

Children of Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje (Unknown)

Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

F, #335, b. 14 Dec 1665, d. circa 1690
Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 14 Dec 1665\nd. circa 1690|p4.htm#i335|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 14-Dec-1665 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Aeltje married Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen, son of Simon Janse Van Arsdalen and Peternelle Claesen Wyckoff, on 16-Mar-1686/87 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven died circa 1689. She died circa 1690 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York.
     She was also known as Aeltje Couwenhoven. She was also known as Aeltje Willemse Van Couwenhoven. She was also known as Altie Covenhoven.

Child of Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven and Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen

Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen

M, #336, b. 14 Dec 1665
Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen|b. 14 Dec 1665|p4.htm#i336|Simon Janse Van Arsdalen|b. 1629\nd. 29 Oct 1710|p11.htm#i1036|Peternelle Claesen Wyckoff|b. 28 Oct 1640|p11.htm#i1037|||||||||||||
      Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen was born in 1662 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was born on 14-Dec-1665. He was the son of Simon Janse Van Arsdalen and Peternelle Claesen Wyckoff. Cornelius married Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, on 16-Mar-1686/87 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Cornelius married Marike Dirckse Ammerman, daughter of Dirck Jansen Ammerman and Aeltje Van Der Beeck, on 2-May-1691 at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Cornelius's estate was proved on 19-Apr-1745 at New York City, New York County, New York.
     He was also known as Cornelius Van Arsdalen. He was also known as Cornelius Van Artsdalen. He was also known as Cornelius Symonse Van Artsdalen. He was also known as Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdale. He was also known as Cornelis Symonse Van Arsdalen. He was also known as Cornelius Vanartsdalen. He gave oath of allegiance in 1687; when his father died.
Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen purchased a farm from his father in 1700 at Gravesend, Kings County, New York.
His will dated Apr 25, 1738, mentions wife Maritie and 10 children. He mentions "Since my daughter Jannetj, which I have procreated by my former wife, has had her mother's inheritance, she is to have no part of the inheritance that came to me by my present wife Marretje."
Occupationa representative

Child of Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen and Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

Children of Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen and Marike Dirckse Ammerman

Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

M, #337, b. 12 Feb 1671, d. circa Feb 1755
Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 12 Feb 1671\nd. circa Feb 1755|p4.htm#i337|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 12-Feb-1671 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was born on 12-Feb-1671 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Pieter married Patience Daws, daughter of Elias Daws and Elizabeth (Unknown), circa 1694. Pieter's estate was proved on 21-Apr-1751. He died in 1755 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He died circa Feb-1755 at near, Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He died in Feb-1755. Pieter's estate was proved on 23-Apr-1755.
     He was also known as Pieter Covenhoven. He was also known as Pieter Williamse Cowenhoven. In 1709, He was an Elder of the Brick Church, Marlborough, NJ. Both were members of the Church.
Pieter Willemse's left a will on 15-Mar-1743.

Children of Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven and Patience Daws

Patience Daws

F, #338, b. 1674
Patience Daws|b. 1674|p4.htm#i338|Elias Daws|b. circa 1634\nd. after 1680|p11.htm#i1069|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1638\nd. before 1678|p1559.htm#i155875|||||||||||||
      Patience Daws was born circa 1664 at Gravesend, Kings County, New York. She was born in 1674 at Netherlands. She was the daughter of Elias Daws and Elizabeth (Unknown). Patience married Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, circa 1694.
     Patience Daws was also known as Patience Davis.

Children of Patience Daws and Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

John Pieterse Wyckoff

M, #339, b. 16 Feb 1665, d. circa Mar 1746
John Pieterse Wyckoff|b. 16 Feb 1665\nd. circa Mar 1746|p4.htm#i339|Pieter Claesen Wyckoff|b. 6 Jan 1624/25\nd. 30 Jun 1694|p8.htm#i721|Grietje Cornelis Van Ness|b. 1627\nd. between 1699 and 1703|p8.htm#i722|||||||||||||
      John Pieterse Wyckoff was born on 16-Feb-1665 at New York City, New York County, New York. He was the son of Pieter Claesen Wyckoff and Grietje Cornelis Van Ness. John married Neeltje Van Kouwenhoven, daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, in 1692 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. John Pieterse Wyckoff died circa Mar-1746 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. John's estate was proved on 25-Apr-1746.
     He was also known as Jan Wyckoff. He was also known as Jan Pieterse Wyckoff. He was also known as Jan Claesen Wyckoff. He was also known as John Pieter Wyckoff. He was also known as Jan Wyckoff. He member at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Kings County, New York, 1677. He a deacon at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Kings County, New York, 1693. He removed to at Monmouth County, New Jersey, in 1707. He and Neeltje Van Kouwenhoven members at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1709. Will of John Wykof, dated Feb 27, 1746, no son William is mentioned.

Children of John Pieterse Wyckoff and Neeltje Van Kouwenhoven

Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

M, #340, b. 29 Sep 1672, d. 16 May 1736
Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 29 Sep 1672\nd. 16 May 1736|p4.htm#i340|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 29-Sep-1672 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 20-Nov-1672 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He married Margaretta Schenck, daughter of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff, on 3-Sep-1700 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, her cousin. Cornelis married Margaretta Schenck, daughter of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff, on 8-Sep-1700 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven died on 16-May-1736 at his farm, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 63. Cornelis was buried at Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Cornelis's estate was proved on 22-Jun-1736.
     He was also known as Cornelius Willense Van Couwenhoven. He was also known as Cornelius Williamse Covenhoven. He was also known as Cornelis Covenhoven. He and Margaretta Schenck members at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1709.
Cornelis Willemse's left a will on 22-Nov-1735 at Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey.

In the name of God, Amen, the twenty-second day of November in the year of our Lord, One-Thousand, Seven-Hundred and Thirty-Five, I Cornelius Covenhoven of the Township of Middletown in the County of Monmouth in the Eastern Division of the Province of New Jersey Yeoman, being sick and weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory, provided he, God, therefore calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to dye (sic), do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament. That is to say, principally and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it, and my body I recommend to the Earth to be buryed (sic) in a Christian-like decent manner at the discretion of my executor and executrix hereinafter named, nothing doubting but of the general resurrection I shall receive the Lord again by the mighty power of God to bless me in this life, I give, devise and dispose of the same in manner and form following:

Imprimis, my will and desire is that all my legal debts and expenses of my funeral be paid and discharged.

Item. I hereby give and devise unto my loving wife Margaret the use of all my estate, both real and personal wherewith I am now invested and not hereafter in this my will given away or disposed of to any other person, to her own proper life and benefit so long as she shall remain my widow, for her own maintenance and to bring up and educate her children upon. About my old Negro woman Hannah, I give to my said wife during the term of her natural life, and after my said wife is deceased, then the said Negro wench is to be declared as part of my personal estate.

Item. If my said wife shall see cause to remarry after my decease, then I hereby give her my best bed and furniture, my best cupboard and best riding horse with a stable with as good an outlet as I have given to any of my daughters, with six sheep, all to be levied out of my estate for her use which bequest with the use of my Negro wench above named for the (illegible word) of my said wife in lieu of her Thirds and Doury. But my will and desire is in case my said wife shall remarry and outlive her other husband, and he doth not make a suitable provisions for her, that then my two sons, William and Roeloffe, shall in consideration of what I have given them in this my Last Will, maintain their said mother equally between them so long as she shall live.

Item. I hereby give my son William the sum of twenty shillings, which sum I give him as my eldest son.

Item. I hereby give the Negro called Sam, which I formerly let my said son William have, I hereby give the said Negro, Sam to the wife of my said son William and his assigns for ever.

Item. I hereby give the Negro called James which I have let my son Roeloffe have, I hereby give the said Negro James to the wife of my said son Roeloffe and his assigns for ever.

Item. I hereby give my Negro Toney to my son Roeloffe to take him into his possession for the benefit of him and his assigns when my wife shall either remarry or depart this life, which shall first happen.

Item. I hereby give my Negro Tom to my son William to take him into his possession for the benefit of him and his assigns when my wife shall either remarry or depart this life, which shall first happen.

Item. My desire is that all my daughters that is (sic) now unmarried shall have as good an outlet to be levied out of my estate to each of them as their several sisters before them hath had.

Item. My will and desire is that all my daughters that hath had Negro wenches from me that they severally keep the said several Negro wenches now in their possession until each Negro wench shall arrive at the age of eighteen years, and then that each Negro wench be sold or valued by suitable appraisers at such age to their value that such sums of money as they shall severally fetch be deemed part of my personal estate and equally divided amongst my children, share and share alike.

Item. My will and desire is that upon the death of my wife or her remarriage, which shall first happen, that all my moveable estate shall be equally divided amongst my children, share and share alike and if any of my children shall happen to die, then their shares to be divided equally amongst the survivors or survivor of them. But my desire is that my daughter Allkye be maintained out of my estate as long as she remains a widow.

Item. I hereby give an bequeath to my son William all those tracts of land sold to us by William Bowne by his deeds bearing date, the last of March 1704, and the 20th of January 1705, one for ninety-four acres and a half and the other for thirty-two acres and the one-hundred and twenty acres of land released to us by Daniel Hendricks, John Schenck, Garret Schenck and Peter Weycoffe by their release date of July 18th 1716. To have an to hold the said several tracks and parcels of land to him my said son William, his heirs and his assigns forever, to be taken into his possession when my wife shall either remarry or depart this life, which shall first happen.

Item. I hereby give an bequeath to my son Roeloffe the whole residue of the land and meadow beside the one-hundred and twenty acres herein before given to my son William that is released to us by the before mentioned from Daniel Hendricks, John Schenck, Garret Schenck and Peter Weycoffe, together with two acres and a half of land that was confirmed to us by James Hubbard and his wife Rachel by the then deed dated 27th of July 1706, and the two acres that was confirmed to me by Jonathan Holmes by his deed dated June 23rd 1719, and the ten acres that was confirmed to me by John Bowne by his deed dated 4th of May 1703, and the one-hundred and twenty-five acres released to me by Garret Schenck and John Schenck by their deed dated December 24th 1700. To have and to hold the said several tracts and parcels of land and meadow as above mentioned to him my said son Roeloffe, his heirs and assigns forever, to be by him possessed at my wife's remarriage or death, which shall happen first.

Item. My will and desire is that my son William shall in consideration of the land herein before given him at his taking possession thereof shall pay the first sum of fifty pounds to my daughter, Leah, and one year from that date, the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Catherine, and a year after that the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Jacomyntje and a year after that the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Margaret and a year after that the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Rachel, and in case any of my said daughters shall dye before their money shall become payable to them, such part to be divided amongst all my living children, sons and daughters share and share alike.

Item. My will and desire is that my son Roeloffe shall in consideration of the lands herein before given to him at his taking possession thereof shall pay the sum of fifty pounds to my daughter, Mary and one year after that date, the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Sarah and a year after that the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Neeltje and a year after that the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter Annetje and a year after that the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Alltje and a year after that the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Anna and a year after that the sum of fifty pounds of like money to my daughter, Jacomyntje, and in case any of my said daughters shall dye before their money shall become payable to them, such part to be divided amongst all my living children, sons and daughters share and share alike.

Item. I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my loving wife Margaret Couvenhoven and my sons William Couvenhoven and Roeloffe Couvenhoven to be executors and executrix of this, my Last Will and Testament to be the same duly performed.

     And I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke and disclaim all and every other former Testaments, Wills, Legacies, and Executors by me in any ways before this time made/willed and bequeathed. Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament, and in witness whereof I have herein let my hand and seal the day and year first above written.

     Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declared by the said Cornelius Couvenhoven to be the Last Will and Testament in the presence of us:
     
     Garret Schenck
     Johannie Bennet
     Robert Doosworth

Be it remembered that on the twenty-second day of June 1736, personally and before me Lawrence Smyth Surr duly delegated and appointed Johannie Bennet and Robert Doosworth, two of the subscribing witnesses to this Will who being solemnly sworn on this day that they and Garret Schenck saw Cornelius Couvenhoven sign and seal and heard him publish this instrument to be his last Will and Testament and that they and the other witnesses subscribed their names hereto in the testator's presence at his request.

Sworn before me

Be it remembered that on the day and year above, personally came before me Lawrence Smyth, William Couvenhoven, Roeloffe Couvenhoven, Executors, and Margaret Couvenhoven, Executrix in this said Last Will and Testament named and appointed who were sworn to the due execution and performance thereof.

Before me.

Children of Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck

Margaretta Schenck

F, #341, b. 16 Jan 1677/78, d. 16 Dec 1751
Margaretta Schenck|b. 16 Jan 1677/78\nd. 16 Dec 1751|p4.htm#i341|Roelof Martense Schenck|b. 16 Sep 1620\nd. 1704/5|p4.htm#i331|Annetje Wyckoff|b. 1 Nov 1650\nd. 9 Nov 1688|p8.htm#i718|Martin V. N. Schenck|b. 7 Aug 1584|p10.htm#i914|Maria M. Bockhurst|b. 1609|p828.htm#i82798|Pieter C. Wyckoff|b. 6 Jan 1624/25\nd. 30 Jun 1694|p8.htm#i721|Grietje C. Van Ness|b. 1627\nd. between 1699 and 1703|p8.htm#i722|
      Margaretta Schenck was born on 16-Jan-1677/78. She was the daughter of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff. Margaretta Schenck was born in Feb-1677/78 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She married Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, on 3-Sep-1700 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, her cousin. Margaretta married Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, on 8-Sep-1700 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Margaretta Schenck died on 16-Dec-1751 at New Jersey at age 73. She died on 16-Dec-1751 at Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 73. Margaretta was buried after 16-Dec-1751 at Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Margarieta Schenck. She was also known as Maragetta Schenck. She was also known as Maragretta Schenck. She and Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven members at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1709.

Children of Margaretta Schenck and Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

Sara Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

F, #342, b. 27 Dec 1674, d. 31 Jan 1761
Sara Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 27 Dec 1674\nd. 31 Jan 1761|p4.htm#i342|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Sara Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 20-Dec-1674 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was born on 27-Dec-1674 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Sara Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 6-Jan-1675 at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She married Jan Roelofse Schenck, son of Roelof Martense Schenck and Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, in 1691 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, his cousin. Sara Willemse Van Kouwenhoven married Jan Roelofse Schenck, son of Roelof Martense Schenck and Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, on 1-Oct-1692 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, her cousin. Sara Willemse Van Kouwenhoven died on 3-Jan-1761 at age 86. She died on 31-Jan-1761 at Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 86. Sara was buried circa 1-Feb-1761 at Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Sarah Van Kouwenhoven. She was also known as Sarah Cowenhoven. She was also known as Sarah Covenhoven. She was also known as Sara Willemse Van Covenhoven. She was also known as Saartje Couwenhoven. She and Jan Roelofse Schenck members at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1709. Sara Willemse Van Kouwenhoven at Member Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1750.

Children of Sara Willemse Van Kouwenhoven and Jan Roelofse Schenck

Albert Covenhoven

M, #343, b. 7 Dec 1676, d. 13 Sep 1748
Albert Covenhoven|b. 7 Dec 1676\nd. 13 Sep 1748|p4.htm#i343|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Albert Covenhoven was born on 7-Dec-1676 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Albert married Neeltje Roelofse Schenck, daughter of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff, on 2-Oct-1701. Albert Covenhoven died on 13-Sep-1748 at Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 71. Albert was buried at Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Albert's estate was proved on 3-Oct-1748.
     He was also known as Albert Willemse Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Albert Willemse Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Albert Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Albert Williamse Couwenhoven. He and his wife were members of the Reformed Dutch Church, Freehold, NJ in 1709.
Albert's left a will on 6-Sep-1748 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Wife, Eleanor. Eleven children--William (eldest), Ruluff, Anna, Jane, Alice, Marget, Sarah, Peter, Jarratt, John and Cornelius. Executors--wife, and kinsman William Covenhoven, son of Cornelius Covenhoven. Witnesses--Jan Kouwenhoven, Matteys Pitersen and William Williamson. Proved Oct. 3, 1748 and Eleanor Covenhoven, executrix, sworn.

The Inventory of Albert Covenhoven was taken (£1800.12.3) includes 203 acres of land, piece of salt meadow, negros (man, woman and 4 children), loom, oyster tongs, Bible; made by William Williamson, Willem Couvenhoven and Matteys Piterson. Signed "Neltje Couenhouen." on 21-Nov-1748.

Albert Covenhoven was also known as Albert Willemse Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Albert Willemse Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Albert Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Albert Williamse Couwenhoven. Albert Covenhoven was born on 7. Dec. 1676 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort . Albert Covenhoven married Neeltje Roelofse Schenck , daughter of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff , on 2. Oct. 1701. They removed to the vicinity of Freehold, NJ, about 1702. He and his wife were members of the Reformed Dutch Church, Freehold, NJ in 1709. He was a member of the grand jury, Court of Quarter Session held Nov, 1715. Albert Covenhoven left a will on 6. Sep. 1748 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Wife, Eleanor. Eleven children--William (eldest), Ruluff, Anna, Jane, Alice, Marget, Sarah, Peter, Jarratt, John and Cornelius. Executors--wife, and kinsman William Covenhoven, son of Cornelius Covenhoven. Witnesses--Jan Kouwenhoven, Matteys Pitersen and William Williamson. Proved Oct. 3, 1748 and Eleanor Covenhoven, executrix, sworn.

He died on 13. Sep. 1748 at Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 71. He was buried c 14. Sep. 1748 at Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey. His estate was proved on 3. Oct. 1748. The Inventory of Albert Covenhoven was taken (£1800.12.3) includes 203 acres of land, piece of salt meadow, negros (man, woman and 4 children), loom, oyster tongs, Bible; inventory made by William Williamson, Willem Couvenhoven and Matteys Piterson. Signed "Neltje Couenhouen." On 21. Nov. 1748.

Find a Grave.

OccupationNov-1715He was a member of the grand jury, Court of Quarter Session held Nov, 1715.

Children of Albert Covenhoven and Neeltje Roelofse Schenck

Neeltje Roelofse Schenck

F, #344, b. 3 Jan 1682, d. 27 Jul 1751
Neeltje Roelofse Schenck|b. 3 Jan 1682\nd. 27 Jul 1751|p4.htm#i344|Roelof Martense Schenck|b. 16 Sep 1620\nd. 1704/5|p4.htm#i331|Annetje Wyckoff|b. 1 Nov 1650\nd. 9 Nov 1688|p8.htm#i718|Martin V. N. Schenck|b. 7 Aug 1584|p10.htm#i914|Maria M. Bockhurst|b. 1609|p828.htm#i82798|Pieter C. Wyckoff|b. 6 Jan 1624/25\nd. 30 Jun 1694|p8.htm#i721|Grietje C. Van Ness|b. 1627\nd. between 1699 and 1703|p8.htm#i722|
      Neeltje Roelofse Schenck was born on 23-Jan-1681 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was born on 3-Jan-1682 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff. Neeltje married Albert Covenhoven, son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, on 2-Oct-1701. Neeltje Roelofse Schenck died on 7-May-1751 at age 69. She died on 7-Jul-1751 at Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 69. She died on 27-Jul-1751 at Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 69. Neeltje was buried at Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Eleanor Schenck. She was also known as Neeltie Schenck.

Children of Neeltje Roelofse Schenck and Albert Covenhoven

Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

M, #345, b. 29 Jan 1679, d. 4 Jun 1744
Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 29 Jan 1679\nd. 4 Jun 1744|p4.htm#i345|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 29-Jan-1679 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 2-Feb-1679 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Jacob married Anna Remson on 7-Jul-1685 at Queens Newton, New York. Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven married Sara Schenck, daughter of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff, on 12-Nov-1705 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York,, his cousin. Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven died on 4-Jun-1744 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 65. Jacob was buried at Golden Farm, Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Jacob's estate was proved on 17-Jul-1744.
     He was also known as Jacob Willemse Couwenhoven. He was also known as Jacob Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Jacob Couenhoven. He was also known as Jacob Covenhoven. He was also known as Jacob Van Couwenhoven. He member at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1709.
Jacob Willemse's left a will on 5-Jul-1743

yeoman; will of. Children--Martin, Roeloff, Jacob, Garret, Peter and John. Granddaughter--Sarah Covenhoven. Grandsons--Daniel Covenhoven, Daniel Hendrickson and Jacob Hendrickson. Executors--Roeloff, Jacob and Garret. Witnesses--Joseph Goulder, George Crawford, Elias Golden and Charles Henderson.

Inventory (£618.18.8) includes six negros, large Bible, 217 bushels Indian corn, books, 32 barrels flour; also bonds and book debts from--Aron Stryker, Joseph, John and James Dorsett, Benjamin and John Carman, Andrease Johnson, Tunis and Stephen Amack, Mathias Peterson, Andrew Bray, Harman Johnson, Joseph Cooper, Stephen Heviland, Hendrick Smock, Tunis Swart, William Williamson, George Crawford, Samuel and George Jobs, Tunis Denice, John Williams, Andrew Crawford, Thomas Harbert, Johannes and John Brewer, Joseph, Andrew, Benjamin, James and John Willson, Daniel and Thomas Seabrook, Gershom Wallen, Richard Burden, John Mount, Elias Golder, James Hutchins, William Covenhoven of Flat Lands, Samuel, Joseph, and Jacob Dennis, Job Throckmorton, Thomas and William Layton, Abraham and John Watson, Robert White, John Taylor, John Tennison, Cornelius Vandevear, William and Thomas Patten, John Mackleese, Samuel, Obadiah and Obadiah Holmes, Jr., Rulof and Jacob Covenhoven. Made by Samuel Ogborne, Hendrick Hendrickson and Edward Taylor. on 3-Dec-1744.

Children of Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven and Sara Schenck

Sara Schenck

F, #346, b. 18 Dec 1685, d. 1 Nov 1727
Sara Schenck|b. 18 Dec 1685\nd. 1 Nov 1727|p4.htm#i346|Roelof Martense Schenck|b. 16 Sep 1620\nd. 1704/5|p4.htm#i331|Annetje Wyckoff|b. 1 Nov 1650\nd. 9 Nov 1688|p8.htm#i718|Martin V. N. Schenck|b. 7 Aug 1584|p10.htm#i914|Maria M. Bockhurst|b. 1609|p828.htm#i82798|Pieter C. Wyckoff|b. 6 Jan 1624/25\nd. 30 Jun 1694|p8.htm#i721|Grietje C. Van Ness|b. 1627\nd. between 1699 and 1703|p8.htm#i722|
      Sara Schenck was born on 18-Dec-1685. She was born on 18-Dec-1685 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff. Sara Schenck married Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, on 12-Nov-1705 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York,, his cousin. Sara Schenck died on 1-Nov-1727 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 41. Sara was buried circa 2-Nov-1727 at Golden Cemetery, Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She died on 1-Dec-1727 at age 41. She was born on 17-Mar-1757.
     She was also known as Sarah Roelofse Schenck. She was also known as Sarah Schenck. She was also known as Mary Schenck. She member at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1712.

Children of Sara Schenck and Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

Gerret Covenhoven

M, #347, b. 27 Apr 1726, d. 1 Nov 1812
Gerret Covenhoven|b. 27 Apr 1726\nd. 1 Nov 1812|p4.htm#i347|Jan Willmse Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Willem G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije P. Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Cornelius J. 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=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Gerret Covenhoven was born on 27-Apr-1726 at Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer. Gerret married Neelte Van Mater, daughter of Benjamin Van Mater and Elizabeth Lane, circa 1748. Gerret married Antje Schenck, daughter of Peter Schenck and Jannetje Hendrickson, circa 1786; Antje Schenck is Gerret's second wife. Gerret Covenhoven died on 1-Nov-1812 at Wackatunk at age 86. He died on 1-Nov-1812 at old homestead, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 86.
     He was also known as Garret Covenhoven. He was also known as Garret Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Gerret Van Kouwenhoven.

Children of Gerret Covenhoven and Neelte Van Mater

Children of Gerret Covenhoven and Antje Schenck

Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

F, #348, b. 13 Apr 1683
Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 13 Apr 1683|p4.htm#i348|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 13-Apr-1683 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 22-Apr-1683. She was baptized on 22-Apr-1683. Annetje married Aert Williamson, son of Willem Aertszen and Christyntie Nagle, on 11-Nov-1704 at Of, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Annetje married Johannes Antonides at Of, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was also known as Annatje Van Kouwenhoven. She was also known as Annatje Cowenhoven. She was also known as Annetje Van Couwenhoven. She was also known as Annetje Covenhoven.

Children of Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven and Aert Williamson

Aert Williamson

M, #349, b. 29 Apr 1678
Aert Williamson|b. 29 Apr 1678|p4.htm#i349|Willem Aertszen|b. 12 Aug 1640|p12.htm#i1165|Christyntie Nagle|b. 26 Sep 1655|p12.htm#i1166|||||||||||||
     Aert Williamson died at Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was baptized on 29-Apr-1678 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. He was the son of Willem Aertszen and Christyntie Nagle. Aert married Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, on 11-Nov-1704 at Of, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     Aert Williamson was also known as Aert Willemsen. He was also known as Aert Willemse. He was also known as Aert Wilemse.

Children of Aert Williamson and Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

William Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

M, #350, b. 7 Mar 1685/86, d. 19 Jan 1769
William Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 7 Mar 1685/86\nd. 19 Jan 1769|p4.htm#i350|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 7-Mar-1685/86 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. William married Annetie Lucasse Van Voorhees, daughter of Lucas Stevense Van Voorhees and Catherine Hansen Van Noortstrand, on 5-Jun-1709. William Willemse Van Kouwenhoven died on 19-Jan-1768 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, at age 81. He died on 19-Jan-1769 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, at age 82. William was buried at Flatlands Cemetery, Flatlands, Kings County, New York. William's estate was proved on 30-Mar-1769.
     He was also known as William W. Covenhoven. He was also known as William Couwenhoven. He was also known as William Covenhoven. His will dated, Dec 10, 1757, names deceased father, wife, children, son-in-law, and grandchildren. Refers to slaves and lands in Flatlands.

Children of William Willemse Van Kouwenhoven and Annetie Lucasse Van Voorhees

Annetie Lucasse Van Voorhees

F, #351, b. 5 Apr 1686 or 25 1686, d. 30 Sep 1774
Annetie Lucasse Van Voorhees|b. 5 Apr 1686 or 25 1686\nd. 30 Sep 1774|p4.htm#i351|Lucas Stevense Van Voorhees|b. circa 1650\nd. after 28 Dec 1724|p12.htm#i1175|Catherine Hansen Van Noortstrand|b. circa 1650|p12.htm#i1176|Steven C. Van Voorhees|b. 1600\nd. 16 Feb 1683/84|p10.htm#i925|Willemtje R. Seuberinge|b. 1619\nd. 1690|p92.htm#i9108|||||||
     Annetie Lucasse Van Voorhees was the daughter of Lucas Stevense Van Voorhees and Catherine Hansen Van Noortstrand. Annetie Lucasse Van Voorhees was born on 5-Apr-1686 or 25-1686. She was born on 26-Apr-1686 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Annetie married William Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, on 5-Jun-1709. Annetie Lucasse Van Voorhees died on 30-Sep-1774. Annetie was buried circa 1-Oct-1774 at Flatlands Cemetery, Flatlands, Kings County, New York.
     She was also known as Annetje Van Voorhees. She was also known as Annetie Lucase Van Voorhees.

Children of Annetie Lucasse Van Voorhees and William Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

Jacomina Cowenhoven

F, #352, b. 28 Dec 1689, d. after 1774
Jacomina Cowenhoven|b. 28 Dec 1689\nd. after 1774|p4.htm#i352|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p3.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p3.htm#i276|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p3.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p3.htm#i274|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jacomina Cowenhoven was born on 28-Dec-1689. She was the daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Jacomina married Elbert Williamson, son of Willem Aertszen and Christyntie Nagle, on 5-Jun-1709 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Jacomina Cowenhoven died after 1774.
     She was also known as Jacomina Covenhoven. She was also known as Jacomyntie Van Kouwenhoven. She was also known as Jacomina Van Kouwenhoven. They were both members of the Brick Church, Marborough, NJ in 1717.

Children of Jacomina Cowenhoven and Elbert Williamson

Elbert Williamson

M, #353, b. 26 Feb 1688, d. circa 1733
Elbert Williamson|b. 26 Feb 1688\nd. circa 1733|p4.htm#i353|Willem Aertszen|b. 12 Aug 1640|p12.htm#i1165|Christyntie Nagle|b. 26 Sep 1655|p12.htm#i1166|||||||||||||
     Elbert Williamson was baptized on 26-Feb-1688 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. He was the son of Willem Aertszen and Christyntie Nagle. Elbert married Jacomina Cowenhoven, daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort, on 5-Jun-1709 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Elbert Williamson died circa 1733 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Elbert Willemsen. He was also known as Elbert Wilemsen.

Children of Elbert Williamson and Jacomina Cowenhoven

Altie Jorise Brinckeroff

F, #354, b. 29 Jan 1641, d. 3 Jun 1663
Altie Jorise Brinckeroff|b. 29 Jan 1641\nd. 3 Jun 1663|p4.htm#i354|Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef|b. 1604\nd. 16 Jan 1661|p289.htm#i28816|Susannah Dubbels|b. 1602\nd. after 1676|p289.htm#i28815|||||||||||||
     Altie Jorise Brinckeroff was baptized on 29-Jan-1641 at New Church, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef and Susannah Dubbels. Altie married Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, on 21-Mar-1660 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Altie married Matthew (Unknown) before Jun-1663. Altie Jorise Brinckeroff died on 3-Jun-1663 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 22.
     She was also known as Aeltje Brinckeroff. She was also known as Altje Brinckerhoff. She was also known as Aeltie Brinckerhoff. She was also known as Aeltie Brinckeroff. She was also known as Altjic Brinkerhoff. She was also known as Aeltie Jorisen.

Child of Altie Jorise Brinckeroff and Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

Jacob Covenhoven

M, #355, b. circa 1727
Jacob Covenhoven|b. circa 1727|p4.htm#i355|Jan Willmse Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Willem G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije P. Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Cornelius J. 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=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jacob Covenhoven was born circa 1727 at Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. He was the son of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer.
     Jacob Covenhoven removed to at Kentucky. He was also known as Jacob Van Kouwenhoven.

Dominicus Covenhoven

M, #356, b. 7 Jun 1724, d. 28 Jun 1778
Dominicus Covenhoven|b. 7 Jun 1724\nd. 28 Jun 1778|p4.htm#i356|Jan Willmse Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Willem G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije P. Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Cornelius J. 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=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Dominicus Covenhoven was born circa 1724 at near, Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was baptized on 7-Jun-1724 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey; This is a possible, unnamed child baptised this date same parents. He was the son of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer. Dominicus married Mary Updike, daughter of William Updike and Anna Johnson, circa 1747. Dominicus's estate was proved on 23-Jun-1778. He died on 28-Jun-1778 at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 54; killed by lightning. He was killed by lightning and his funral was held on June 28, 1778, the day of the Battle of Monmouth.
     He was also known as Dominicus Conover. He was also known as Dominicus Van Kouwenhoven. He During the Revolutionary War, he served as a Private in Capt. Robert Nixon's Troop of Light Horse, Middlesex County Militia.
Dominicus's left a will on 18-Apr-1778 at Windsor Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey.

In his will dated Apr 18, 1778, Dominicus Covenhoven of Windsor Township, yoeman, mentioned his wife Mary and five sons, John, William, Garret, Levi, and Peter. The executors were his wife and sons John and William. The witnesses were Moses Groom, Elisha Cook, and William Slayback.

The Inventory of Dominicus Covenhoven was taken L600.13.6 made by Coert Voorhies and David Slaback on 18-Jul-1778.

Children of Dominicus Covenhoven and Mary Updike

Cornelius Covenhoven

M, #357, b. 16 Apr 1712, d. 17 Apr 1804
Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Jan Willmse Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Willem G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije P. Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Cornelius J. 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=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Cornelius Covenhoven was baptized on 6-Apr-1712 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was born on 16-Apr-1712 at Brick Church, Wickatunk, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was baptized on 16-Apr-1712 at Brick Church, Wickatunk, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer. Cornelius married Hannah Schenck circa 1735 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Cornelius Covenhoven died on 17-Apr-1804 at Charleston, Montgomery County, New York, at age 92.
     He was also known as Cornelius Conover. He was also known as Cornelius Kowenhoven. He was also known as Cornelis Covenhoven. He was also known as Cornelius Van Kouwenhoven. He removed to at Glen, Montgomery County, New York, circa 1774.



Children of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck

Hannah Schenck

F, #358, b. circa 1723
      Hannah Schenck was born circa 1723 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. Hannah married Cornelius Covenhoven, son of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer, circa 1735 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.
     Hannah Schenck was also known as Annetje Schenck.

Children of Hannah Schenck and Cornelius Covenhoven

Triinke Van Kouwenhoven

F, #359, b. 30 Oct 1709, d. after 30 Oct 1709
Triinke Van Kouwenhoven|b. 30 Oct 1709\nd. after 30 Oct 1709|p4.htm#i359|Jan Willmse Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Willem G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije P. Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Cornelius J. 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=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Triinke Van Kouwenhoven was born in 1709 at Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. She was baptized on 30-Oct-1709 at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She died young after 30-Oct-1709. She was the daughter of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer.
     Triinke Van Kouwenhoven was also known as Tryntje Kouwenhoven. She was also known as Triinke Covenhoven.

Peter Covenhoven

M, #360, b. 5 Dec 1714
Peter Covenhoven|b. 5 Dec 1714|p4.htm#i360|Jan Willmse Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Willem G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije P. Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Cornelius J. 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=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Peter Covenhoven was baptized on 5-Dec-1714 at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer. Peter married Nellie Polhemus, daughter of Johannes Polhemus and Annatje Ten Eyck, on 8-Nov-1737 at Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold-Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Peter married Rebecca Combs, daughter of Judge Jonathan Combs.
     Peter Covenhoven resided at at Kentucky. He was also known as Peter Van Kouwenhoven. He resided at at Of, Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey, on 5-Dec-1741.

Children of Peter Covenhoven and Nellie Polhemus

John Covenhoven

M, #361, b. 12 Apr 1719, d. 18 Mar 1778
John Covenhoven|b. 12 Apr 1719\nd. 18 Mar 1778|p4.htm#i361|Jan Willmse Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Willem G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije P. Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Cornelius J. 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=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     John Covenhoven was baptized on 12-Apr-1719 at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer. John Covenhoven was born on 4-Dec-1719 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. He and Lydia Predmore obtained a marriage license on 14-Aug-1752 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. John married Lydia Predmore, daughter of Benjamin Predmore, circa 15-Aug-1752 at New Jersey. John Covenhoven died in 1778 at Virgina. He died on 18-Mar-1778 at Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia, at age 58.
     He was also known as Jan (John) Covenhoven. He was also known as Jan Covenhoven. He was also known as John Cowehover. He was also known as John Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Jan Van Kouwenhoven. He resided at at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey, on 12-Apr-1719. He and Lydia Predmore resided at at Virgina in 1771; family had 5 sons and 4 daughters.
John's left a will on 24-Feb-1778 at Berkeley County, Virgina.



In the name of God Amen I John Cowenover of Berkley County in the State of Virginia being in Sound mind and Memory - do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form as followeth that is to say I give and bequetath unto my wife Lydia Cowenover on third part of my Estate and on negro named Samuel during her life and after that she ay divise the said negro Samuel as she shall think proper and I also leave ad bequeth to my sons Joseph and Daniel Cowenover the plantation that I now live on containing one hundred and fifty acres of land and the said Joseph and Daniel Cowenover must pay to my four daughters Ann, Ruth, Betty and Polly fifty pounds each Pennsylvania currency as they arrive to the proper age by law for them to received and I also laeave and desire that my wife Lydia Cowenhover my sons Benjamin and William Cowenover my true and Lawful Executors to settle and divide my Estate after the manner above mentioned and I also leave to son John Cowenover over and above what I formerly gave him the sum of five Shillings Sterling In Witness wehereof I have set my hand and seal this 24th day of February 1778.

Signed by John X Cowenhover (LS
his mark
Signed, Sealed and deliverd in the presence of Samuel Oldham, John Walker, John Jasper, William Cunningham, Abram Morelate.



John Covenhoven/Cowenhoven died in 1778. His will names his nine children and states that to his son John he has left five shillings in addition to what he had already given him. This would imply that John was the eldest son who had already been given land from his father.

Son's Benjamin, William, Joseph and Daniel served in the Colonial Army from Berkely County, Virginia and therefore have war records from the Revolutionary War.

The following is from the Union County, South Carolina Deed Abstracts Volume II: Deed Books G-K, 100-1811, by Brent Holcomb, Copyright 2000, page 82:
"H, 126: William Gault and Henry Gault of Union district for $800 to Charles Sisson of same, 1109 acres, part of two tracts of land granted to Joseph Gault and Elan(?) McWhorter, the pat granted to Joseph Gault on the north side of Pacolate River adj. Daniel Crownover, the other part granted to McWhorter adj. Dani Crownover, John Pridmore...28 Feb 1804. William Gault (Seal), Henry Gault (Seal), Wit: John George, William Mayfield (mark). Winney Gault, wife of William Gault, relinquished dower 3 April 1804 before William Kennedy, J.Q. Recorded 3 April 1804."

Children of John Covenhoven and Lydia Predmore

Lydia Predmore

F, #362, b. circa 1723, d. after 1809
Lydia Predmore|b. circa 1723\nd. after 1809|p4.htm#i362|Benjamin Predmore||p1147.htm#i114693||||||||||||||||
      Lydia Predmore was born circa 1723 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Benjamin Predmore. Lydia Predmore was born circa 1726 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. She and John Covenhoven obtained a marriage license on 14-Aug-1752 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Lydia married John Covenhoven, son of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer, circa 15-Aug-1752 at New Jersey. Lydia married Lt. Richard Prather, son of Col. Thomas Prather Jr. and Elizabeth Claggett, on 3-Aug-1782 at Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. Lydia married Lt. Richard Prather, son of Col. Thomas Prather Jr. and Elizabeth Claggett, on 30-Aug-1782 at Berkeley County, West Virginia. Lydia Predmore died in 1809 at Washington County, Maryland. She died after 1809 at Berkeley County, West Virginia.
     She was also known as Lydia Covenhaver. She was also known as Lydia Pridmore. She and John Covenhoven resided at at Virgina in 1771; family had 5 sons and 4 daughters.

Children of Lydia Predmore and John Covenhoven

Tryntje Van Kouwenhoven

F, #363, b. 6 Apr 1712
Tryntje Van Kouwenhoven|b. 6 Apr 1712|p4.htm#i363|Jan Willmse Kowenhoven|b. 9 Apr 1681\nd. before 29 Dec 1756|p3.htm#i267|Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer|b. 29 Apr 1686\nd. 1735|p3.htm#i268|Willem G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p3.htm#i271|Jannetije P. Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p3.htm#i272|Cornelius J. 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=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Tryntje Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 6-Apr-1712 at Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Middlesex County, New Jersey; not mentioned in father's will. She was the daughter of Jan Willmse Kowenhoven and Jacoba Cornelisse Vanderveer.
     Tryntje Van Kouwenhoven resided at at Kentucky.

Jacob Covenhoven

M, #364, b. 1753
Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|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|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jacob Covenhoven was born in 1753 at Princeton, Mercer County, New Jersey. He was the son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck. Jacob Covenhoven was baptized on 24-Sep-1758 at Dutch Reformed Church, Six Mile Run, Somerset County, New Jersey. Jacob married Marie Clement, daughter of Joseph Clement and Margrit Clement, on 10-Sep-1778 at Dutch Reformed Church, Fonda, Montgomery County, New York.
     Jacob Covenhoven served in the Revolutionary War. He

R.2379
State of New York
Montgomery County SS.
Personally appeared before me the undersigned a Justice of the Peace in & for the County of Montgomery, State aforesaid, Jacob Covenhoven of the town of Canajoahrie--County & State aforesaid, whose declaration for a pension is hereto annexed & who being first duly sworn by me deposeth & saith, that, for the purpose of giving a small specific account of his revolutionary services—he was in the year 1780, a private soldier in a Militia Company commanded by Capt. Jacob Gardinier in Col. Frederick Fishers Regt when the whole company was called out upon this call this deponent with the rest of the company volunteered at Charleston in said County as early, he thinks as the first of November & were marched to Fort Plain on the Mohawk River a distance of 20 miles to guard the fort—and was then under said Capt. doing duty – They were marched after two or three weeks down the Mohawk about 17 miles to Fort Hunter another fort on the Mohawk & there performed the like duties under the same capt. until the first of December of that year as deponent thinks when they were dismissed at the latter place & returned home (both said Forts were said to be under the general command of Col. M. Willett) after having served at least one month—On the first of April 1781 as near as deponent can recollect, there was a call on Col. Fisher’s Regt. for a certain no. of soldiers for the purpose of increasing the forces of Col. Willett on the Mohawk and this deponent either enlisted or volunteered & believes he volunteered for one year from that date at a place called Tripes Hill at that time -- on the north side of the Mohawk near Johnstown in Montgomery County—Deponent was first placed under Capt. John Wemple who deponent thinks was a militia capt., but was placed under the orders of Col. Willett & formed a part of his forces—they were, shortly after being mustered, ordered to Sacondaga Fort under Capt. Wemple about 16 miles north of Johnstown as he thinks—They staid at said fort doing duty & standing sentry & guarding said fort—They [??] company at that fort at the time except Capt. Wemple after staying there 2 or 3 weeks—they were next marched by order of Col. Willett to guard Lieut. Beekman to a little fort at Stone Arabia—now Palatine in Montgomery County New York—When he had certain orders to execute they were there a few days & returned back with him to Johnstown Fort—Lieut. Beekman was at Sacondaga with us—after staying at Johnstown—deponent perfectly recollects during this year of spending a portion of his time after this at Fort Plain & Fort Hunter on the Mohawk—was one portion of the time attached to the main body of Col. Willett’s Regt. & at other—were ordered to guard the little Forts on the Mohawk—when only his Capt. or Lieut. would be with perhaps half a company—Deponent was at the Johnstown Fort in Oct of 1781—at the time of the Battle—deponent was at the fort before & after the battle about four weeks—It was a season of constant alarms—with Indians & Tories & the whole season was marked with conflagration & incendiaries—deponent’s father’s buildings were burnt to at this & all his stacks of grain & hay—deponent rode under Col. Willett, from Caughnawaga to Johnstown at the time of the Battle there—Deponent says it is stated in his declaration that he volunteered for this last season at Charleston by [?] perhaps because he had lived there but it was at Tripes hill about five miles from Charleston where he actually entered the service--& was mustered with Capt. Wemple’s company – deponent says that he continued in actual service this year under said Capt. until the first of December of that year--& there was excused because there seemed to be no actual service for the soldiers to perform for the remainder of the year at Fort Hunter & returned home to remain as minute men subject to calls as occasion & [?] region during the winter—Deponent still thinks that he was discharged at Fort Hunter in April 1782—as stated in his declaration but cannot on account of his loss of memory reconcile it to his mind how nor by what means he was called there in the spring as he is confident he did either on furlough or on being excused as aforesaid, then a part of the winter of 1781-2 at home and that he now on having the subject fully explained to him – cannot say that he served in the period last aforesaid a continued period of more than eight months—and that for that period at least he thinks he did served & has no doubt of it—Deponent says in planting time & he thinks about the middle of May he was called on & volunteered in Capt. Quackenboss’ Company in Col. Vedder’s Regt of Militia but were placed under the general command of Col. Willett & Levies it was it was inserted in his declaration that it was in Col. Willett’s Regt. in 1782 & were ordered & marched to a little Picket Fort Called by the soldiers Fort Vedder—on the Mohawk opposite Johnstown were also marched to Fort Hunter on this occasion he was in service at least 3 weeks from the time he left home until they were discharged & returned home—Their Lieut. on this occasion was Abraham Conyne—deponent says it was proverbial that Col. Willett commanded on the Mohawk--& when he answered when he was asked what field officers commanded him—he answered it was Col. Willett because all orders at that time & the officer at the fort seemed to come from him as he then & that supposed –along—on the Mohawk Deponent volunteered at Tripes Hill & was discharged at Fort Hunter in this last service of three weeks.
Deponent says also that he volunteered on a call for militia under Capt. Peter Conyne at Tripes Hill aforesaid about the middle of May 1780 at all events it was in planting time & he was marched by the said Capt.—to Sacondaga Fort with about 15 soldiers to guard said fort. The fort was fired at by the Indians at this time. The soldiers killed two of the Indians as they were setting round the fire in the woods—Deponent was on duty at said fort at this time at least two weeks & was discharged at said fort about the first of June 1780—as he thinks—was about 16 days from home—The deponent was called out on another occasion (among many) when it was rumored a spy was harbored by the name of Wallis at the house of one Peter Bowen—Deponent with about 15 others under a Lieut. Fonda took the spy & delivered him up at the fort at Johnstown. Deponent was out on this occasion 3 days—deponent’s other services were as stated in his said declaration which on account of his loss of memory he cannot specify by way of giving dates—Deponent saith also that by reason of old age & consequent loss of memory he cannot swear positively as to the precise length of his service but according to the best of his recollection he served not less in the periods above specified than then months & ten days as a private & for the time he claims a pension—that he served all the above times in an organized corps—commanded by competent authority. That he was all the time in the field in garrison or marching under orders & that for the time during which the above specified services were performed he was employed in no civil pursuit. Deponent says that the place which he called Tripes Hill is a local name given to what is now Johnstown in Montgomery County N. York. Deponent in answer to interrogations put him—says it appears by a record of his age found where he made the original declaration hereto annexed—he was born in Princeton, N. Jersey—in the year 1753—That he has no record of his age now in his possession was living in Charleston aforesaid when called into service & has since lived since the Revolution in the county & now lives in Canajoharie Mont. Co. N.Y and was uniformly a private & entered the service by volunteering in obedience to calls for militia men—except the 7b months served he was under field officers in the state service but understood his captain to be militia officer—Does not recollect any officers except the names of those given in his declaration. Does not recollect that he had any written discharge.

Sworn & subscribed the 3d July 1834 before me Steven Wilmer? Jr. on 3-Jul-1834.

Children of Jacob Covenhoven and Marie Clement

Marie Clement

F, #365
Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|Joseph Clement||p33.htm#i3216|Margrit Clement||p33.htm#i3217|||||||||||||
      Marie Clement was born at Caughnawaga, Montgomery County, New York. She was the daughter of Joseph Clement and Margrit Clement. Marie married Jacob Covenhoven, son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck, on 10-Sep-1778 at Dutch Reformed Church, Fonda, Montgomery County, New York.
     Marie Clement was also known as Maria Clement.

Children of Marie Clement and Jacob Covenhoven

Jannetje Covenhoven

F, #366, b. circa 1757
Jannetje Covenhoven|b. circa 1757|p4.htm#i366|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|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|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jannetje Covenhoven was born circa 1757. She was the daughter of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck. Jannetje married William Hall, son of William Hall and Angenietje Hall, on 2-Feb-1775 at Fonda, Montgomery County, New York.

Children of Jannetje Covenhoven and William Hall

William Hall

M, #367
William Hall||p4.htm#i367|William Hall||p33.htm#i3218|Angenietje Hall||p33.htm#i3219|||||||||||||
      William Hall was born at Fonda, Montgomery County, New York. He was the son of William Hall and Angenietje Hall. William married Jannetje Covenhoven, daughter of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck, on 2-Feb-1775 at Fonda, Montgomery County, New York.

Children of William Hall and Jannetje Covenhoven

Abraham Covenhoven

M, #368, b. 24 Sep 1758, d. Jan 1843
Abraham Covenhoven|b. 24 Sep 1758\nd. Jan 1843|p4.htm#i368|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|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|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Abraham Covenhoven was born on 13-Feb-1758 at Windsor Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey. He was baptized on 24-Sep-1758 at Dutch Reformed Church, Six Mile Run, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck. Abraham married Ellen Marlett, daughter of Mark Marlatt and Eleanor Randle, on 23-Jan-1780 at Dutch Reformed Church, Fonda, Montgomery County, New York. Abraham married (Unknown) (Unknown) after 1795. Abraham married Charlotte (Unknown) on 30-Mar-1832 at Glen, Montgomery County, New York. Abraham married Charlotte (Unknown) on 10-Dec-1832 at Glen, Montgomery County, New York. Abraham Covenhoven died in Jan-1838 at Montgomery County, New York, at age 79. He died in Jan-1843 at Charleston, Montgomery County, New York, at age 84.
     He was also known as Abraham Conover. He and Ellen Marlett at Member Dutch Church, Glen, Montgomery County, New York, 1795. "On this 17th day of September, AD1832 personally appeared before me, John Jacob McConkey, a justice of Montgomery County, Abraham Covenhoven of Glen, Montgomery County and State of New York, who being first duly sworn, deposeth and (sreths)(sp?):

That in the year 1774 he resided in the Mohawk District Tryon County, and State of New York, now Town of Glenn, County of Montgomery and state aforesaid, that he and he is the twin brother of Isaac Covenhoven the person whose declaration for a pension is hereto attached and that during the War of Revolution the common practice for the militia was to be out month about for half the time, that in the year 1775 the said Isaac Covenhoven, (was) out in the months of August and October at different posts on the Mohawk doing guard duty each month. That in the year 1776 the said Isaac was out in the months of May and June up the Mohawk River at Fort Dayton, and as the deponent understood at the time (was) with Gen. Schuyler at the treaty with the Indians. That in the the fall of this year the deponent went to the state of New Jersey and again returned to the Mohawk District in May, 1777. And this deponent further saith that in the month of May the said Isaac was out one month under Captain Gardinier, that in the months of July and August the said Isaac Covenhoven was out for two months up the Mohawk River. That he was present at the Battle of Oriskany. And this deponent further saith that in the year 1778, said Isaac was out two months at Schenectady, was out again in company with this deponent for two months in August and September at Johnstown and Sacandago (and) was employed in building the Fort at that place.

Early in October of this said year 1778, this deponent in the company with said Isaac, went to New Jersey and about the middle of October joined Captain Pyatt's Company of light infantry or minuteman in which company this Deponent and the said Isaac again returned to the Mohawk District in the month of May, 1779, and that in the summer and fall of of this said year 1779, the said Isaac was out for three months, this deponent relieving the said Isaac, alternately, month about. That this duty was performed at different Forts and Stations on the Mohawk.

And this deponent further saith that the said Isaac Covenhoven in the year 1780 was out alternately month about for three or four months on guard duty at different places in the Mohawk District__ And this further saith that in the year 1882 this deponent and said Isaac removed to the state of New Jersey and further saith not.


J. McConkey,Justice.

his

Abraham ^ Covenhoven

mark. Abraham Covenhoven

The following is the declaration made by Abraham Covenhoven of Glen, Montgomery County, for purposes of obtaining his pension for service in the Revolutionary War:

"State of New York,
Montgomery County

On this 25th day of September 1832 personally appeared before me, John Hand, one of the judges of Montgomery County courts (the same being a court of record) Abraham Covenhoven of Charleston, Montgomery County, state of New York, age 73 years, being first duly sworn, doth on his oath, make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of congress passed 7th of June, 1832.

That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated:

In the year 1775, thinks about the first of May it was, drafted for one month and went out under Captain Gardenier to Fort Plain and Fort Dayton, doing guard duty at both places part of the time. At the end of the month was discharged and returned home. In the month of July was out again under Lieut. Quakenbush to Fort Plain and German flats for one month. Served the time and was discharged again. Out one month at Fort Herkimer guarding the Fort. Does not recollect whether Captain Gardenier or Lieut. Quakenbush commanded the guard. This last service was performed in September.

In the 1776, in the month of April, he served for one month doing duty at Fort Hunter and Caughnawaga under Ensign Marlatt. In June was again out one month doing duty at Forts Plain and Dayton on the Mohawk River- served out the time and was discharged. In August he went to the state of New Jersey and on the 12th day of September he enlisted in Captain Nixon's volunteer company of cavalry for six months, mustered at Cranbury, from there marching to Woodbridge and Morristown thence to Pluckering, thence to Summerset then returned to Cranbury. Marched from Cranbury to Easton in Pennsylvania, From Easton under the command of of Major Lee -marched to Philadelphia, thence to Westchester, to Frederickstown in Maryland, and thence to Lexington in Virginia; he thinks there were two companies of cavalry together at this time- Capt Culberson commanding one of the companies as he thinks -Remained at Lexington not more than 10 or twelve days when he returned to Philadelpphia by(sic) way of Baltimore, Marched from Philadelphia, crossed the Delaware River at Coryalls Ferry, went down the river to Trenton and was at the Battle of the Twenty Seventh of December. Accompanied the army on it's march to Princeton, having left the fires lighted to decieve the British and arrived at Princeton and was present at the battle at that place. The Cavalry persued the retreating enemy as far as Poterstown. Saw Gen Mercer carried in after being mortally wounded-also saw Gen Washington after the battle. He returned to Pluckering(sp?) and Morristown where he remained until the expiration of this time-where he was discharged by a written discharge but by whom signed he does not recollect as the discharge has long been lost. He may be in error as to the name of the Captain under whom he served but remembers that the name of the first Lieut was John Barkelo and that of the Second Lieut, Levi Covenhoven.

In May 1777 he returned from Jersey to the Mohawk Country and in June following entered the militia under Capt Louk and continued in the service for two months, part of the time at the Fort at Johnstown and part of the time at the Fish House at at Sacandago, while at Sacandago was under the command of Ensign Marlatt-acted in the capacity of Orderly Sargent -served out his time and was discharged verbally.

Was again out under Capt Gardinier for two months at Johnstown from Schuyler, to Stolters, to Tripe (Tribes) Hill, thence to Guy Johnson Storie House and thence to the meeting house at Ballstown where he continued until the end of the time when he was verbally discharged.

In the year 1778 in the month of May or June was out one month under Capt Mabee at German Flats, at home one month, and was then again out in Johnstown and Sacandago assisted in building the Fort at Sacandago. Was out on this tour two months-recollects that Col. Willet and Col. Fisher and Major Newkirk were there at the time-served out his time and was discharged.

In the fall of this year he, in company with his brother returned to new Jersay, in October this year joined Capt Pyatts Company of Light Infantry or Minute Men. Mustered at Cranbury, marched to Bennetts Island for the purpose of disarming the tories, at this latter place took a Capt Stocton prisoner and delivered him at headquarters. Served under Capt Peyatt for six months during which time ___? were at various places doing guard duty. At the expiration of the time as discharged at Cranbury by verbal orders.

In May 1779 again returned to the Mohawk country, was out one month at Fort Hunter, Fonda Mills-at Nose Hill (so called) and at other places which it is impossible to recollect-___? the tour and was then out again for another month at Stoltors and other places. Was again out one month at Johnstown, Sacandago and other places doing guard duty alternately month about.

In the year 1780 he was out three or four months alternately month about at Johnstown and the different Forts on the Mohawk and also other short terms of duty at different times and various places; whole amount of service actually performed was two years and six months.

He was born in on the 12th day of February, 1759 in the town of Windsor, County of Middlesex and the State of New Jersey-from thence in the year 1774 to the Mohawk District County of Tryon, now to town of Glen County of Montgomery and the state of New York. In 1781 he removed to the town of Cranbury, County of Middlesex and State od New Jersey. From hence after residing there for five or six years he removed to Montgomery County, State of New York where he since resided.

Has a record of his age in the family Bible of his Brother Isaac taken from the Family Bible of his Father. (Auth note: Father was Cornelius Van Covenhoven b April 16, 1712, Wickatunk, NJ)

Has no documentary evidence of his services. Thinks he has a written discharge from Captain Nixon, which has long been lost, and that from bodily infirmity he is unable to attend court. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any State.

X his mark Abraham Covenhoven

Sworn to & subscribed to the
day & year aforesaid before
me, John Hand one of the
Judges of the Montgomery
County Courts

Source: Abraham Covenhoven on 25-Dec-1832 at Montgomery County, New York.

Children of Abraham Covenhoven and Ellen Marlett

Ellen Marlett

F, #369, b. circa 1759
Ellen Marlett|b. circa 1759|p4.htm#i369|Mark Marlatt||p307.htm#i30698|Eleanor Randle||p307.htm#i30699|||||||||||||
      Ellen Marlett was born circa 1759 at Of, Charleston, Montgomery County, New York. She was the daughter of Mark Marlatt and Eleanor Randle. Ellen married Abraham Covenhoven, son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck, on 23-Jan-1780 at Dutch Reformed Church, Fonda, Montgomery County, New York.
     Ellen Marlett was also known as Nelly Marlett. She was also known as Ellen Molatte. She was also known as Nelly Molatte. She was also known as Ellen Marlatt. She and Abraham Covenhoven at Member Dutch Church, Glen, Montgomery County, New York, 1795.

Children of Ellen Marlett and Abraham Covenhoven

Issac Covenhoven

M, #370, b. 24 Sep 1758?, d. 20 Sep 1845
Issac Covenhoven|b. 24 Sep 1758?\nd. 20 Sep 1845|p4.htm#i370|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|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|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Issac Covenhoven was baptized on 24-Sep-1758? At Dutch Reformed Church, Six Mile Run, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck. Issac Covenhoven was born on 12-Feb-1759 at Windsor, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Issac married Christina Marlet, daughter of Mark Marlatt and Eleanor Randle, circa 1778 at Of, Montgomery County, New York; Issac's first wife. Issac married Ruth Frisbie circa 1790. Issac Covenhoven died on 20-Sep-1845 at Logtown, Montgomery County, New York, at age 86. Issac was buried at Hall Family Cemetery, Logtown, Montgomery County, New York.
     He was also known as Isaac Conover. He removed to at Glen, Montgomery County, New York, in May-1774. On an unknown date He served in the Revolutionary War in the 3rd Reg. of Tryon County Militia, commanded by Col. Frederick Fisher; according to his own statemetn, he entered service in May or June 1775, enlisting for a period of three months.
In May 1777, he moved from New Jersey to the Mohawk Valley, where he remained for four years. Issac served at the battle of Oriskiny during the Revolutionary War on 6-Aug-1777.





He returned to New Jersey in 1781 and resided in Cranbury for six years. He resided at at Montgomery County, New York, in 1787. He =

S.12531
State of New York
Montgomery County SS.
On this 19th day of September 1832 personally appeared before in the open court before the judges of the Montgomery county court the said court now sitting, Isaac Covenhoven, of the town of Glen in the county of Montgomery and said State of New York aged ___ years, who first being duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath, make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th, 1832.
That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated: In the month of May of June 1775 he served under Capt. Gardinier, about for three months, (he) served out the time and was discharged. During the above service he was at Forts Plain and Dayton performing guard duty at these places.
In the year 1776, (he) thinks in the month of May he was out under Capt Peter Yates and Lieut Geret Putman at the treaty held by Gen Schuyler with the Indians at Fort Dayton, was one of the guards of Gen Schuyler at this time.
Was out one month at the Fort at Johnstown and at Stollers in October One month again at Sir William Johnson's Hall near Johnstown and Sacandaga.
In the year 1777 in May [?] month at Fort Plain under Capt Gardinier, served out the time and was discharged in June.
Was out again at Fort Plain, Fort Dayton to Fort Herkimer, and to Fort Schuyler. On the March to Fort Stanwix they were ambushed by the enemy at Oriskany where General Herkimer was killed in the battle. At this time he was under Col. Fisher and Major Newkirk. After the battle he returned home at the latter part of August, having been on this tour two months.
In October was out again one month at Fort Hunter and the mill near Caughnawaga guarding those places. Served out the time and was verbally discharged.
In the year 1778 in the month of April went to Schenectady, & was in the service at that place two months, (and) while there assisted in building the Fort or Block House at that place. During this service (he) was under Capt Rose.
He returned home in July 1 Was out again for two months commencing in August of this year at Johnstown and Sacandaga, was under Col. Fisher and Major Newkirk Captain's name he does not recollect While at Sacandaga was employed in building the Fort at that place while employed in the work recollects the arrival of Col. Willit , who gave the Fort the name of Fort Folley.
In the fall of this year in the company of his brother Abraham went to the state of New Jersey and in October joined Capt. Pyatt's Company of Light Infantry or Minute Men. Mustered at Cranbury and marched up to Bennett's Island for the purpose of disarming the Tories at this latter place, to pick up a Cap.Stocton and deliver him up at head quarters. Served under Capt Pyatt for six months during which time he was employed in doing guard duty at various places, & having served out the time was verbally discharged.
In May of 1779 he again returned to the Mohawk Country and in July was out one month at Fort Hunter, Fonda Mills, Nose Hill (so called) and at other places which he does not remember Was at home one month and out again for another month at Stollers and other places, and again was out at Johnstown, Sacandaga, and different places alternately month about for one month more.
In the year 1780 he was alternately month about for three or four months at Johnstown, Stollers, and at different Forts on the Mohawk River and, at other short periods of time and at different places.
In Feb 1881 he removed to the state of New Jersey and in the summer of that year he was drafted for three months to go to Tom's River to guard the salt works at that place Remembers that while there a vessel was stranded on the coast and burnt Was out on this tour but two months when he returned home and was discharged, served a year and four months.
He was born on the 12th day of February, in the year 1759 at Windsor in the County of Middlesex and the state of New Jersey and in May 1774 removed to the Mohawk District, County of Tryon, now Town of Glen and county of Montgomery and state of New York. In the Year 1781 he removed to Cranbury in Middlesex county & state of New Jersey, from where, after residing there five or six years he returned to the town of Glen, County of Montgomery, and State of New York where he has since resided.
He may be mistaken as to the names of the commanding officers at the particular periods mentioned but is not mistaken as to the account of the time spent in the service.
He has a record of his age in his Family Bible, taken from the family Bible of his father & has no documentary evidence of his service, does not remember ever having received a written discharge. [Can’t read sentence.]
He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any state. (Signed) Isaac Covenhoven
Sworn to & subscribed the day & year aforesaid before me, John Hand one of the Judges of the Montgomery County Court. Geo. D. Ferguson, Clerk.
"On this 17th day of September, AD1832 personally appeared before me, John Jacob McConkey, a justice of Montgomery County, Abraham Covenhoven of Glen, Montgomery County and State of New York, who being first duly sworn, deposeth and swears.
That in the year 1774 he resided in the Mohawk District Tryon County, and State of New York, now Town of Glenn, County of Montgomery and state aforesaid, that he and he is the twin brother of Isaac Covenhoven the person whose declaration for a pension is hereto attached and that during the War of Revolution the common practice for the militia was to be out month about for half the time, that in the year 1775 the said Isaac Covenhoven, out in the months of August and October at different posts on the Mohawk doing guard duty each month. That in the year 1776 the said Isaac was out in the months of May and June up the Mohawk River at Fort Dayton, and as the deponent understood at the time (was) with Gen. Schuyler at the treaty with the Indians. That in the fall of this year the deponent went to the state of New Jersey and again returned to the Mohawk District in May, 1777. And this deponent further saith that in the month of May the said Isaac was out one month under Captain Gardinier, that in the months of July and August the said Isaac Covenhoven was out for two months up the Mohawk River. That he was present at the Battle of Oriskany. And this deponent further saith that in the year 1778, said Isaac was out two months at Schenectady, was out again in company with this deponent for two months in August and September at Johnstown and Sacandago was employed in building the Fort at that place.
Early in October of this said year 1778, this deponent in the company with said Isaac, went to New Jersey and about the middle of October joined Captain Pyatt's Company of light infantry or minuteman in which company this Deponent and the said Isaac again returned to the Mohawk District in the month of May, 1779, and that in the summer and fall of of this said year 1779, the said Isaac was out for three months, this deponent relieving the said Isaac, alternately, month about. That this duty was performed at different Forts and Stations on the Mohawk.
And this deponent further saith that the said Isaac Covenhoven in the year 1780 was out alternately month about for three or four months on guard duty at different places in the Mohawk District And he further saith that in the year 1882 this deponent and said Isaac removed to the state of New Jersey and further saith not. (Signed with his mark) Abraham Covenhoven. on 19-Sep-1832.

Children of Issac Covenhoven and Christina Marlet

Children of Issac Covenhoven and Ruth Frisbie

John Covenhoven

M, #371, b. circa 1737
John Covenhoven|b. circa 1737|p4.htm#i371|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|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|||||||

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 1737 at New Jersey. He was the son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck.
     He is probably the John Coughvenover, a Private in the 3rd Rdg. of Tryon County Militia, commanded by Col. Frederick Fish.

William Covenhoven

M, #372, b. 23 Jun 1738, d. 15 Mar 1815
William Covenhoven|b. 23 Jun 1738\nd. 15 Mar 1815|p4.htm#i372|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|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|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Covenhoven was born on 23-Jun-1738 at Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. He was the son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck. William Covenhoven was born circa 1744 at Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. William married Catherine Dey, daughter of John Laurens Dye and Anne (Unknown), on 25-Aug-1764 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. William Covenhoven, widow of Snedeker, married Hannah Stout, daughter of James Stout, before 1782. William Covenhoven died on 15-Mar-1815 at Charleston, Montgomery County, New York, at age 76. William's estate was proved on 3-Apr-1815.
     William's left a will on 8-Mar-1815 at Charleston, Montgomery County, New York.











Children of William Covenhoven and Catherine Dey

Children of William Covenhoven and Hannah Stout

Peter Covenhoven

M, #373, b. circa 1742, d. circa 1824
Peter Covenhoven|b. circa 1742\nd. circa 1824|p4.htm#i373|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|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|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Peter Covenhoven was born circa 1741 at New Jersey. He was born circa 1742 at Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. He was the son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck. Peter Covenhoven died circa 1824 at Montgomery County, New York.
     He was also known as Peter Conover. He He served in the Revolutionary War in the 3rd Reg. of Tryon County Militia, commanded by Col. Frederick Fisher. He fought in the Battle of Oriskany and Cornelius Van Horne was one of the eight who carrie Peter Conover from the battlefield, when he had a leg shot off; four of them carried him for a time, when they were relieved by others circa 1777. He

S.28444
In Audited Accounts for NY State, Volume A. “State of New York to Peter Cov enhoven. To my half Pay as an Invaldi Serfeant in Capt. Gardinear’s Col, Col. Fisher’s Regt, Montgomery County Militia from 27th May 1782 to this day is 35 months at 40 [?] month Audited 1st June 1785 $72.00

Montgomery County SS.
On the 30th day of August in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty four, before me the subscriber a Justice of the Peace for the said County of Montgomery personally appeared Peter Covenhoven who on his oath declares that he is the same person who formerly belonged to the Company commanded by Jacob Gardinier in the Regiment Commanded by Col. Fisher in the New York Militia in the service of the United States—that he received a certificate from Isaac Smith Inspector of Invalids in the State of New Jersey in the year 1788—and which has been forwarded to the office of the Secretary of War of the United States—and on which he has drawn his pension money from the 27th May 1785 to September 1823—And that he has not received a formal certificate according to the late regulations of the war department—and now wishes to obtain one. (Signed) Peter Covenhoven
Sworn and Subscribed to before on the day and year aforesaid. Thomas Ostrom, Justice of the Peace.

In a letter replying to an inquiry, it is stated, The record of Peter Covenhoven whose name appears also as Covenhover, follows as found in pension claim, S.28444, based upon disability incurred during his service in the Revolutionary War.
The date and place of birth and names of the parents of Peter Covenhoven are not shown.
Peter Covenhoven enlisted, date and place not given, served as sergeant in Captain Jacob Gardinier’s company, Colonel Fisher’s New York regiment, and while serving in line of duty was wounded in his knee.
On account of disability resulting from the above noted injury, Peter Covenhoven was pensioned from May 27, 1785, while a resident of South Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He was transferred May 24, 1808, from New Jersey to the New York roll with place of residence in Montgomery County, New York, and was still living in that county in 1824. No family data is in the claim.
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He was granted a pension of five dollars a month by the state of New Jersey beginning May 27, 1785, at which time he lived in South Amboy. This certificate was forwarded to the Secretary of War when the Federal government began to pay pensions. His allowance was later increased and he continued to draw it until September 1823 on 27-May-1785.

Cornelius Covenhoven

M, #374
Cornelius Covenhoven||p4.htm#i374|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|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|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Cornelius Covenhoven was born at Penn's Neck, Mercer County, New Jersey. He was the son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Hannah Schenck.

Cornelius Covenhoven

M, #375, b. 30 Jan 1783, d. after 1820
Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 30 Jan 1783\nd. after 1820|p4.htm#i375|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|Joseph Clement||p33.htm#i3216|Margrit Clement||p33.htm#i3217|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Cornelius Covenhoven was born on 30-Jan-1783 at Caughnawaga, Montgomery County, New York. He was the son of Jacob Covenhoven and Marie Clement. Cornelius Covenhoven was baptized on 24-Feb-1783. Cornelius married Clarisa Dodge before 1807. Cornelius Covenhoven died after 1820.
     He was also known as Cornelis Covenhoven.

Children of Cornelius Covenhoven and Clarisa Dodge

Clarisa Dodge

F, #376, b. circa 1780
      Clarisa Dodge was born circa 1780. Clarisa married Cornelius Covenhoven, son of Jacob Covenhoven and Marie Clement, before 1807.

Children of Clarisa Dodge and Cornelius Covenhoven

Joseph Covenhoven

M, #377, b. 20 Apr 1785
Joseph Covenhoven|b. 20 Apr 1785|p4.htm#i377|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|Joseph Clement||p33.htm#i3216|Margrit Clement||p33.htm#i3217|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Joseph Covenhoven was born on 20-Apr-1785 at Caughnawaga, Montgomery County, New York. He was the son of Jacob Covenhoven and Marie Clement. Joseph Covenhoven was baptized on 22-May-1785.

William Covenhoven

M, #378, b. 1787
William Covenhoven|b. 1787|p4.htm#i378|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|Joseph Clement||p33.htm#i3216|Margrit Clement||p33.htm#i3217|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Covenhoven was born in 1787 at Caughnawaga, Montgomery County, New York. He was the son of Jacob Covenhoven and Marie Clement. William Covenhoven was born in 1792 at Albany County, New York. William married Salome Thompson.

Children of William Covenhoven and Salome Thompson

Salome Thompson

F, #379, b. 1795
      Salome Thompson was born in 1793. She was born in 1795 at Massachusetts. Salome married William Covenhoven, son of Jacob Covenhoven and Marie Clement.
     Salome Thompson was also known as Siloma Thompson.

Children of Salome Thompson and William Covenhoven

Jacobus Covenhoven

M, #380, b. 15 Aug 1790
Jacobus Covenhoven|b. 15 Aug 1790|p4.htm#i380|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|Joseph Clement||p33.htm#i3216|Margrit Clement||p33.htm#i3217|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jacobus Covenhoven was born on 15-Aug-1790 at Caughnawaga, Montgomery County, New York. He was the son of Jacob Covenhoven and Marie Clement. Jacobus Covenhoven was baptized on 9-Sep-1790.

Rachel Covenhoven

F, #381, b. 2 Oct 1797
Rachel Covenhoven|b. 2 Oct 1797|p4.htm#i381|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 16 Apr 1712\nd. 17 Apr 1804|p4.htm#i357|Hannah Schenck|b. circa 1723|p4.htm#i358|Joseph Clement||p33.htm#i3216|Margrit Clement||p33.htm#i3217|

Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Rachel Covenhoven was baptized on 2-Oct-1797. She was born on 2-Oct-1797 at Caughnawaga, Montgomery County, New York. She was the daughter of Jacob Covenhoven and Marie Clement.

Eliza Maria Conover

F, #382, b. 27 Sep 1816, d. 7 Jan 1893
Eliza Maria Conover|b. 27 Sep 1816\nd. 7 Jan 1893|p4.htm#i382|William Covenhoven|b. 1787|p4.htm#i378|Salome Thompson|b. 1795|p4.htm#i379|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|||||||

Relationship=3rd cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Eliza Maria Conover was born on 27-Sep-1816 at Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York. She was the daughter of William Covenhoven and Salome Thompson. Eliza married Jacob Covenhoven, son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Clarisa Dodge, circa 1835. Eliza Maria Conover died on 7-Jan-1893 at Deerfield, Oneida County, New York, at age 76.
Census14-Jun-1870Booneville, Oneida County, New York

Children of Eliza Maria Conover and Jacob Covenhoven

Jacob Covenhoven

M, #383, b. 1807
Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1807|p4.htm#i383|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 30 Jan 1783\nd. after 1820|p4.htm#i375|Clarisa Dodge|b. circa 1780|p4.htm#i376|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|||||||

Relationship=3rd cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jacob Covenhoven was born in 1807 at Herkimer, Herkimer County, New York. He was the son of Cornelius Covenhoven and Clarisa Dodge. Jacob married Eliza Maria Conover, daughter of William Covenhoven and Salome Thompson, circa 1835.
Census14-Jun-1870Booneville, Oneida County, New York
Occupation14-Jun-1870a grocer

Children of Jacob Covenhoven and Eliza Maria Conover

Christopher Columbus Booth Covenhoven

M, #384, b. 29 Jan 1822, d. 1 Mar 1885
Christopher Columbus Booth Covenhoven|b. 29 Jan 1822\nd. 1 Mar 1885|p4.htm#i384|William Covenhoven|b. 1787|p4.htm#i378|Salome Thompson|b. 1795|p4.htm#i379|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|||||||

Relationship=3rd cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Christopher Columbus Booth Covenhoven was born in 1821 at Herkirmer County, New York. He was born on 29-Jan-1822 at Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York. He was the son of William Covenhoven and Salome Thompson. Christopher married Sarah Wightman, daughter of Oliver Wightman and Anne Cook, on 18-Dec-1840 at Milford, Chenango County, New York. Christopher married Rosetta Smallin on 26-Jan-1881. Christopher Columbus Booth Covenhoven died on 1-Mar-1885 at Maryland, Otsego County, New York, at age 63.
     He was also known as Columbus B. Covenhoven. He was also known as Columbus C. Conover. He was also known as Christopher Columbus Covenhoven. He resided at at Otsego County, New York, in 1840. He served in Company D, 3rd New York Calvary.
Census19-Jun-1855Maryland, Otsego County, New York
Occupation19-Jun-1855Maryland, Otsego County, New York, a shoemaker

Children of Christopher Columbus Booth Covenhoven and Sarah Wightman

Children of Christopher Columbus Booth Covenhoven and Rosetta Smallin

John B. Covenhoven

M, #385, b. 1825, d. 2 Dec 1852
John B. Covenhoven|b. 1825\nd. 2 Dec 1852|p4.htm#i385|William Covenhoven|b. 1787|p4.htm#i378|Salome Thompson|b. 1795|p4.htm#i379|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1753|p4.htm#i364|Marie Clement||p4.htm#i365|||||||

Relationship=3rd cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      John B. Covenhoven was born in 1825. He was the son of William Covenhoven and Salome Thompson. John married Margret (Unknown) circa 1845. John B. Covenhoven died on 2-Dec-1852 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York.

Children of John B. Covenhoven and Margret (Unknown)

Margret (Unknown)

F, #386
     Margret married John B. Covenhoven, son of William Covenhoven and Salome Thompson, circa 1845.

Children of Margret (Unknown) and John B. Covenhoven

Bethline F. Covenhoven

F, #387, b. 1846
Bethline F. Covenhoven|b. 1846|p4.htm#i387|John B. Covenhoven|b. 1825\nd. 2 Dec 1852|p4.htm#i385|Margret (Unknown)||p4.htm#i386|William Covenhoven|b. 1787|p4.htm#i378|Salome Thompson|b. 1795|p4.htm#i379|||||||

Relationship=4th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Bethline F. Covenhoven was born in 1846. She was the daughter of John B. Covenhoven and Margret (Unknown).

Mary E. Covenhoven

F, #388, b. 1849
Mary E. Covenhoven|b. 1849|p4.htm#i388|John B. Covenhoven|b. 1825\nd. 2 Dec 1852|p4.htm#i385|Margret (Unknown)||p4.htm#i386|William Covenhoven|b. 1787|p4.htm#i378|Salome Thompson|b. 1795|p4.htm#i379|||||||

Relationship=4th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Mary E. Covenhoven was born in 1849. She was the daughter of John B. Covenhoven and Margret (Unknown).

Sam Adams

M, #389
     Sam married Maria Covenhoven, daughter of Cornelius Covenhoven and Clarisa Dodge.

Child of Sam Adams and Maria Covenhoven

William Conover

M, #390, b. circa 1836
William Conover|b. circa 1836|p4.htm#i390|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1807|p4.htm#i383|Eliza Maria Conover|b. 27 Sep 1816\nd. 7 Jan 1893|p4.htm#i382|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 30 Jan 1783\nd. after 1820|p4.htm#i375|Clarisa Dodge|b. circa 1780|p4.htm#i376|William Covenhoven|b. 1787|p4.htm#i378|Salome Thompson|b. 1795|p4.htm#i379|

Relationship=4th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      William Conover was born circa 1836. He was the son of Jacob Covenhoven and Eliza Maria Conover. William married Hanna Baker.

Child of William Conover and Hanna Baker

Hanna Baker

F, #391
     Hanna married William Conover, son of Jacob Covenhoven and Eliza Maria Conover.

Child of Hanna Baker and William Conover

Frances Conover

F, #392
Frances Conover||p4.htm#i392|William Conover|b. circa 1836|p4.htm#i390|Hanna Baker||p4.htm#i391|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1807|p4.htm#i383|Eliza M. Conover|b. 27 Sep 1816\nd. 7 Jan 1893|p4.htm#i382|||||||

Relationship=5th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
     Frances Conover was the daughter of William Conover and Hanna Baker.

Caroline Maria Covenhoven

F, #393, b. 7 Jul 1841, d. 12 Oct 1922
Caroline Maria Covenhoven|b. 7 Jul 1841\nd. 12 Oct 1922|p4.htm#i393|Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1807|p4.htm#i383|Eliza Maria Conover|b. 27 Sep 1816\nd. 7 Jan 1893|p4.htm#i382|Cornelius Covenhoven|b. 30 Jan 1783\nd. after 1820|p4.htm#i375|Clarisa Dodge|b. circa 1780|p4.htm#i376|William Covenhoven|b. 1787|p4.htm#i378|Salome Thompson|b. 1795|p4.htm#i379|

Relationship=4th cousin 3 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Caroline Maria Covenhoven was born on 7-Jul-1841 at Hawkinsville, Oneida County, New York. She was the daughter of Jacob Covenhoven and Eliza Maria Conover. Caroline married Richard Leon Muller on 17-Jul-1857 at Constableville, Lewis County, New York. Caroline Maria Covenhoven died on 12-Oct-1922 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York, at age 81.

Children of Caroline Maria Covenhoven and Richard Leon Muller

Richard Leon Muller

M, #394, b. 3 Apr 1829, d. 25 Mar 1908
      Richard Leon Muller was born on 3-Apr-1829 at Pfert, Alsase, France. Richard married Caroline Maria Covenhoven, daughter of Jacob Covenhoven and Eliza Maria Conover, on 17-Jul-1857 at Constableville, Lewis County, New York. Richard Leon Muller died on 25-Mar-1908 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York, at age 78.

Children of Richard Leon Muller and Caroline Maria Covenhoven

Katie M. Muller

F, #395, b. 1 Aug 1858, d. 11 Aug 1862
Katie M. Muller|b. 1 Aug 1858\nd. 11 Aug 1862|p4.htm#i395|Richard Leon Muller|b. 3 Apr 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1908|p4.htm#i394|Caroline Maria Covenhoven|b. 7 Jul 1841\nd. 12 Oct 1922|p4.htm#i393|||||||Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1807|p4.htm#i383|Eliza M. Conover|b. 27 Sep 1816\nd. 7 Jan 1893|p4.htm#i382|

Relationship=5th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Katie M. Muller was born on 1-Aug-1858 at Constableville, Lewis County, New York. She was the daughter of Richard Leon Muller and Caroline Maria Covenhoven. Katie M. Muller died on 11-Aug-1862 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York, at age 4.

Jennie Lind Muller

F, #396, b. 7 Mar 1860, d. 24 Jul 1952
Jennie Lind Muller|b. 7 Mar 1860\nd. 24 Jul 1952|p4.htm#i396|Richard Leon Muller|b. 3 Apr 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1908|p4.htm#i394|Caroline Maria Covenhoven|b. 7 Jul 1841\nd. 12 Oct 1922|p4.htm#i393|||||||Jacob Covenhoven|b. 1807|p4.htm#i383|Eliza M. Conover|b. 27 Sep 1816\nd. 7 Jan 1893|p4.htm#i382|

Relationship=5th cousin 2 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granddaughter of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Jennie Lind Muller was born on 7-Mar-1860 at Constableville, Lewis County, New York. She was the daughter of Richard Leon Muller and Caroline Maria Covenhoven. Jennie married Archibald Bamber Snow on 16-Aug-1881 at Prospect, New York. Jennie Lind Muller died on 24-Jul-1952 at Constableville, Lewis County, New York, at age 92.

Children of Jennie Lind Muller and Archibald Bamber Snow

Archibald Bamber Snow

M, #397, b. 30 Jan 1841, d. 28 Apr 1919
      Archibald Bamber Snow was born on 30-Jan-1841 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York. Archibald married Jennie Lind Muller, daughter of Richard Leon Muller and Caroline Maria Covenhoven, on 16-Aug-1881 at Prospect, New York. Archibald Bamber Snow died on 28-Apr-1919 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York, at age 78.

Children of Archibald Bamber Snow and Jennie Lind Muller

Leon Eaton Snow

M, #398, b. 5 May 1883, d. 3 Sep 1883
Leon Eaton Snow|b. 5 May 1883\nd. 3 Sep 1883|p4.htm#i398|Archibald Bamber Snow|b. 30 Jan 1841\nd. 28 Apr 1919|p4.htm#i397|Jennie Lind Muller|b. 7 Mar 1860\nd. 24 Jul 1952|p4.htm#i396|||||||Richard L. Muller|b. 3 Apr 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1908|p4.htm#i394|Caroline M. Covenhoven|b. 7 Jul 1841\nd. 12 Oct 1922|p4.htm#i393|

Relationship=6th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Leon Eaton Snow was born on 5-May-1883 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York. He was the son of Archibald Bamber Snow and Jennie Lind Muller. Leon Eaton Snow died on 3-Sep-1883 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York.

Arch Muller Snow

M, #399, b. 29 Oct 1884, d. 6 Mar 1972
Arch Muller Snow|b. 29 Oct 1884\nd. 6 Mar 1972|p4.htm#i399|Archibald Bamber Snow|b. 30 Jan 1841\nd. 28 Apr 1919|p4.htm#i397|Jennie Lind Muller|b. 7 Mar 1860\nd. 24 Jul 1952|p4.htm#i396|||||||Richard L. Muller|b. 3 Apr 1829\nd. 25 Mar 1908|p4.htm#i394|Caroline M. Covenhoven|b. 7 Jul 1841\nd. 12 Oct 1922|p4.htm#i393|

Relationship=6th cousin 1 time removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandson of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven.
      Arch Muller Snow was born on 29-Oct-1884 at Boonville, Oneida County, New York. He was the son of Archibald Bamber Snow and Jennie Lind Muller. Arch married Elsa Irene Raymond on 20-Apr-1914 at Bennington County, Vermont. Arch Muller Snow died on 6-Mar-1972 at Tom's River, Ocean County, New Jersey, at age 87.

Child of Arch Muller Snow and Elsa Irene Raymond

Elsa Irene Raymond

F, #400, b. 14 Jun 1895, d. 9 Dec 1991
      Elsa Irene Raymond was born on 14-Jun-1895 at Granville, New York. Elsa married Arch Muller Snow, son of Archibald Bamber Snow and Jennie Lind Muller, on 20-Apr-1914 at Bennington County, Vermont. Elsa Irene Raymond died on 9-Dec-1991 at Tom's River, Ocean County, New Jersey, at age 96.

Child of Elsa Irene Raymond and Arch Muller Snow

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