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Elizabeth Bayliss

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Elizabeth Bayliss||p133.htm#i73559|John Bayliss Sr.||p151.htm#i92667||||||||||||||||
     Elizabeth Bayliss was the daughter of John Bayliss Sr. Elizabeth married Francis Reno, son of Lewis de Reynaud and Anne (Unknown), before 1740.

William Terhune

M, b. circa 1558

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      William Terhune was born circa 1558.

Child of William Terhune

Maria Van Nuys

F, b. circa 1588
      Maria Van Nuys was born circa 1588. Maria married Albert Terhune, son of William Terhune.

Harme Coerten

M, b. before 1690, d. 24 Jan 1761
Harme Coerten|b. before 1690\nd. 24 Jan 1761|p133.htm#i73627|Jan Harmensen Coerten|b. 1654\nd. 1 Jan 1698/99|p59.htm#i27325|Neeltje Janse Buys|b. 1663|p59.htm#i27331|Harmen Coerten|b. 1610\nd. 26 Nov 1689|p59.htm#i27320|Aertje Gerrits|b. circa 1620\nd. 2 Dec 1684|p59.htm#i27321|Jan C. Buys|b. 20 Aug 1629|p129.htm#i71651|Eybertie L. Van Blarcom|b. circa 1635\nd. before 24 Aug 1663|p129.htm#i71652|

Relationship=1st cousin 9 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd cousin 7 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Harme Coerten was born before 1690 at New York City, New York County, New York. He was the son of Jan Harmensen Coerten and Neeltje Janse Buys. Harme married Tryntje Janse Straatmaker, daughter of Jan Dircksen Straatmaker and Geesie Gerrittse Van Steenwyck, on 15-Jul-1715 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Harme Coerten died on 24-Jan-1761.

Tryntje Janse Straatmaker

F, b. 4 Mar 1673/74, d. 10 Aug 1744
Tryntje Janse Straatmaker|b. 4 Mar 1673/74\nd. 10 Aug 1744|p133.htm#i73638|Jan Dircksen Straatmaker||p345.htm#i264430|Geesie Gerrittse Van Steenwyck|b. 1646|p345.htm#i264431|||||||Corporal Gerrit J. Van Steenwyck||p361.htm#i271873||||

Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Tryntje Janse Straatmaker was born. She was baptized on 4-Mar-1673/74 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. She was the daughter of Jan Dircksen Straatmaker and Geesie Gerrittse Van Steenwyck. Tryntje married Jan Cuyper, son of Claes Jansen Van Pumerent and Annatje Cornelisen Van Voorst, on 1-Oct-1694 at Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. Marriage banns for Tryntje Janse Straatmaker and Jacob Hans Harte were published on 28-Sep-1706 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Tryntje married Jacob Hans Harte, son of Hans Jacobsz Harding and Geertje Lambertse Moll, on 16-Oct-1706 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Tryntje married Harme Coerten, son of Jan Harmensen Coerten and Neeltje Janse Buys, on 15-Jul-1715 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Tryntje Janse Straatmaker died on 10-Aug-1744 at age 70.
     She was also known as Tryntje Staetmaker. She resided at at Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, in 1694.

Derrickje Demarest

F, b. 7 Jul 1749
Derrickje Demarest|b. 7 Jul 1749|p133.htm#i77177|David Demarest|b. 26 May 1708\nd. 9 Feb 1800|p43.htm#i20209|Greetje Abramse Haring|b. 5 Jan 1714\nd. 27 Oct 1802|p67.htm#i30726|Jacobus Demarest|b. 30 Oct 1681\nd. 24 Mar 1753|p41.htm#i20038|Lea P. De Groot|b. 16 Jan 1686/87\nd. before 26 Sep 1719|p43.htm#i20208|Abraham Haring|b. 24 Nov 1681\nd. 18 Mar 1772|p22.htm#i4851|Dirckie Tallman|b. 5 Aug 1687\nd. 4 Oct 1768|p22.htm#i4852|

Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Derrickje Demarest was born on 7-Jul-1749. She was the daughter of David Demarest and Greetje Abramse Haring. Derrickje married Daniel Romine, son of Nicholas Romeyn and Elizabeth Kip, on 2-Aug-1767 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     Derrickje Demarest was also known as Derricksie Demarest.

Daniel Romine

M, b. 2 Aug 1747
Daniel Romine|b. 2 Aug 1747|p133.htm#i77179|Nicholas Romeyn|b. 17 Nov 1724|p133.htm#i77180|Elizabeth Kip|b. 19 Dec 1728|p133.htm#i77181|Daniel Romeyn|b. circa 1692|p133.htm#i77182|Maritie Westervelt|b. 21 May 1696|p133.htm#i77183|Cornelis Kip|b. 1 Jan 1699/0|p42.htm#i20113|Eva Berdan|b. Oct 1697|p43.htm#i20176|

Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
     Daniel Romine was baptized on 2-Aug-1747 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Nicholas Romeyn and Elizabeth Kip. Daniel married Derrickje Demarest, daughter of David Demarest and Greetje Abramse Haring, on 2-Aug-1767 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Daniel's estate was proved on 14-Jun-1803 at Morris County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Daniel Romeyn.

Nicholas Romeyn

M, b. 17 Nov 1724
Nicholas Romeyn|b. 17 Nov 1724|p133.htm#i77180|Daniel Romeyn|b. circa 1692|p133.htm#i77182|Maritie Westervelt|b. 21 May 1696|p133.htm#i77183|Nicholas J. Romeyn|b. 21 Jul 1652|p119.htm#i66393|Styntje A. Terhune|b. 6 Mar 1655\nd. after Sep 1732|p119.htm#i66394|Jurian Westervelt|b. after 1662|p55.htm#i25665|Gessie J. Bongaert|b. 1668|p69.htm#i31109|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Nicholas Romeyn was baptized on 17-Nov-1724 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Daniel Romeyn and Maritie Westervelt. Marriage banns for Nicholas Romeyn and Elizabeth Kip were published on 6-Jul-1746 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Nicholas married Elizabeth Kip, daughter of Cornelis Kip and Eva Berdan, on 22-Aug-1746 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Nicholas's estate was proved on 25-Oct-1786.
     He was also known as Claes Romeyn. He was also known as Klaas Romeyn.
Nicholas's left a will on 15-Apr-1785 at New Barbados, Bergen County, New Jersey.

He leaves wife, Elizabeth, dwelling house, a lot of meadow and lot of woodland; and gives son Daniel Romeyn, lot where he now dwells and 100 acres at Slotterdam. He mentions daughters: Eva, Mary, Helena, Myntye and Antye; and son, Nicase Romeyn; and son-in-law, Hendrick Hennion.

Child of Nicholas Romeyn and Elizabeth Kip

Elizabeth Kip

F, b. 19 Dec 1728
Elizabeth Kip|b. 19 Dec 1728|p133.htm#i77181|Cornelis Kip|b. 1 Jan 1699/0|p42.htm#i20113|Eva Berdan|b. Oct 1697|p43.htm#i20176|Nicasius Kip|b. circa 1666\nd. 10 Oct 1713|p26.htm#i5293|Antie Breyant|b. 10 Sep 1671\nd. after 10 Oct 1713|p26.htm#i5294|Jan Berdan Jr.|b. circa 1668|p69.htm#i31095|Eva Van Siclen|b. circa 1665/66\nd. before 6 Nov 1733|p69.htm#i31096|

Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Elizabeth Kip was born on 19-Dec-1728. She was the daughter of Cornelis Kip and Eva Berdan. Elizabeth Kip was baptized on 5-Jan-1729 at Dutch Reformed Church, Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey. Marriage banns for Elizabeth Kip and Nicholas Romeyn were published on 6-Jul-1746 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Elizabeth married Nicholas Romeyn, son of Daniel Romeyn and Maritie Westervelt, on 22-Aug-1746 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.

Child of Elizabeth Kip and Nicholas Romeyn

Daniel Romeyn

M, b. circa 1692
Daniel Romeyn|b. circa 1692|p133.htm#i77182|Nicholas Janse Romeyn|b. 21 Jul 1652|p119.htm#i66393|Styntje Albertse Terhune|b. 6 Mar 1655\nd. after Sep 1732|p119.htm#i66394|Jan Claeszen|b. circa 1627\nd. before 16 Dec 1666|p161.htm#i99100|Leysebet (Unknown)||p174.htm#i102633|Albert A. Terhune|b. circa 1619\nd. 1685|p119.htm#i66395|Geertje Denyce|b. circa 1642\nd. 1693|p119.htm#i66397|

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Daniel Romeyn was born circa 1692 at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Nicholas Janse Romeyn and Styntje Albertse Terhune. Daniel married Maritie Westervelt, daughter of Jurian Westervelt and Gessie Jans Bongaert, on 17-Mar-1716 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     Daniel Romeyn was also known as Daniel Claesen Romeyn. He resided at at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey, in 1716.

Children of Daniel Romeyn and Maritie Westervelt

Maritie Westervelt

F, b. 21 May 1696
Maritie Westervelt|b. 21 May 1696|p133.htm#i77183|Jurian Westervelt|b. after 1662|p55.htm#i25665|Gessie Jans Bongaert|b. 1668|p69.htm#i31109|Lubert L. Westervelt|b. circa 1620\nd. 2 Oct 1676|p69.htm#i31104|Gessie R. Van Houten|d. after 27 Dec 1696|p69.htm#i31105|Jan C. Boomgaert|b. circa 1647|p144.htm#i88420|Angenietje Stryker|b. circa 1648|p144.htm#i88421|

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Maritie Westervelt was baptized on 21-May-1696 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Jurian Westervelt and Gessie Jans Bongaert. Maritie married Daniel Romeyn, son of Nicholas Janse Romeyn and Styntje Albertse Terhune, on 17-Mar-1716 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     Maritie Westervelt was also known as Maretie Westervelt.

Children of Maritie Westervelt and Daniel Romeyn

Nickasie Kip

M, b. 20 Aug 1724, d. 1800
Nickasie Kip|b. 20 Aug 1724\nd. 1800|p133.htm#i77184|Isaac Kip|b. 7 Mar 1696\nd. 21 Sep 1771|p42.htm#i20112|Willemintie Berdan|b. 5 Jun 1704\nd. 29 Jun 1772|p43.htm#i20175|Nicasius Kip|b. circa 1666\nd. 10 Oct 1713|p26.htm#i5293|Antie Breyant|b. 10 Sep 1671\nd. after 10 Oct 1713|p26.htm#i5294|Jan Berdan Jr.|b. circa 1668|p69.htm#i31095|Eva Van Siclen|b. circa 1665/66\nd. before 6 Nov 1733|p69.htm#i31096|

Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Nickasie Kip was born on 20-Aug-1724. He was the son of Isaac Kip and Willemintie Berdan. Nickasie Kip was baptized on 30-Aug-1724 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Nickasie married Margrietje Romeyn, daughter of Daniel Romeyn and Maritie Westervelt, on 11-Oct-1745 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Nickasie Kip died in 1800. Nickasie's estate was proved on 18-Apr-1807.
     He was also known as Nickasie KIpp. He was also known as Nikasy Kip.
Nickasie's left a will on 10-May-1798.

Jacob Walingse Van Winkle

M, b. 13 Jun 1674, d. before 1753
Jacob Walingse Van Winkle|b. 13 Jun 1674\nd. before 1753|p133.htm#i77187|Waling Jacobse Van Winkle|b. circa 10 Oct 1650\nd. 1725|p123.htm#i67330|Catharyna Michielse Tades||p281.htm#i163538|Jacob Walichs|b. 1598\nd. 17 Apr 1658|p80.htm#i35006|Trintje Jacobs|b. circa 1620|p80.htm#i35007|||||||

Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Jacob Walingse Van Winkle was born on 13-Jun-1674 at Acquackanonk, Passaic County, New Jersey. He was the son of Waling Jacobse Van Winkle and Catharyna Michielse Tades. Jacob married Geertruyt Brickers, daughter of Jan Jurianse Becker and Giertje Jellise Fonda, on 30-Oct-1697 at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Jacob Walingse Van Winkle died before 1753.

Child of Jacob Walingse Van Winkle and Geertruyt Brickers

Geesje Brinckerhoff

F, b. 1711, d. 3 May 1783
Geesje Brinckerhoff|b. 1711\nd. 3 May 1783|p133.htm#i77188|Cornelius Brinckerhoff|b. 7 Apr 1673\nd. 1 Sep 1770|p63.htm#i28831|Aegie Hartmanse Vreeland|b. 19 Jun 1685\nd. 20 Feb 1761|p145.htm#i88606|Hendrick J. Brinkerhoff|b. 25 Feb 1629\nd. circa 1710|p63.htm#i28819|Claesie C. Bogert|b. circa 1642|p63.htm#i28830|Hartman M. Vreeland|b. 15 Oct 1651\nd. 18 Jan 1707|p87.htm#i37496|Maritje Braecke|b. 6 Oct 1652|p87.htm#i37497|

Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Geesje Brinckerhoff was born in 1711 at Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Cornelius Brinckerhoff and Aegie Hartmanse Vreeland. Geesje married Jacob Kip, son of Nicasius Kip and Antie Breyant; 2nd marriage Jacob. Geesje married Cornelius Bogert at Dumont, Bergen County, New Jersey. Geesje Brinckerhoff died on 3-May-1783.
     She was also known as Gertrude Brinkerhoff.

Johannes Swart

M, b. circa 1651, d. 1744
Johannes Swart|b. circa 1651\nd. 1744|p133.htm#i77202|Jacob Hellakers Swart|b. circa 1612\nd. circa 1686|p133.htm#i77204|Aeltje Cornelis|d. 1651|p365.htm#i275431|||||||||||||
      Johannes Swart was born circa 1651 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Jacob Hellakers Swart and Aeltje Cornelis. Johannes married Femmetje Barents Ridder. Johannes Swart died in 1744 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Child of Johannes Swart and Femmetje Barents Ridder

  • Jacobus Swart b. circa 1695, d. between 1 Sep 1760 and 29 Sep 1760

Femmetje Barents Ridder

F, b. 11 May 1664, d. before 1714
     Femmetje Barents Ridder was baptized on 11-May-1664 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. She was born circa 1666 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York. Femmetje married Johannes Swart, son of Jacob Hellakers Swart and Aeltje Cornelis. Femmetje married Jacobus Jansen VanDeventer, son of Jan Pietersz VanDeventer and Maria Hoogeboom, circa 1687 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. Femmetje Barents Ridder died before 1708. She died before 1714 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York.
     She was also known as Femmetje Ridder.

Child of Femmetje Barents Ridder and Johannes Swart

  • Jacobus Swart b. circa 1695, d. between 1 Sep 1760 and 29 Sep 1760

Jacob Hellakers Swart

M, b. circa 1612, d. circa 1686
      Jacob Hellakers Swart was born circa 1612 at Vlissingen, Zeeland, Netherlands. Jacob married Aeltje Cornelis on 16-May-1638 at Oude Kerk, Netherlands. Jacob married Teuntje Teunis circa 1656. Jacob Hellakers Swart died circa 1686 at Kings County, New York.
     He was also known as Jacob Hellakers.

Children of Jacob Hellakers Swart and Aeltje Cornelis

Child of Jacob Hellakers Swart and Teuntje Teunis

Teuntje Teunis

F, b. circa 1619, d. after 1697

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Teuntje Teunis was born circa 1619 at Nordingen. Teuntje married Jacob Hellakers Swart circa 1656. Teuntje married Ide Van Huyse; 1st marriage Ide
2nd marrige Tuentje. Teuntje married Jan Strijcker, son of Gerrit Stryker and Altje Lucasdochter, on 31-Mar-1687. Teuntje Teunis died after 1697 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York.
     She was also known as Tuentje Teunissen. She was also known as Tenntje Teunis.

Child of Teuntje Teunis and Jacob Hellakers Swart

Child of Teuntje Teunis and Ide Van Huyse

Peter Coenraetsz

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     Peter married Neeltgie Willemsdr circa 19-Dec-1622; marriage settlement with Peter, son of Coenrat Jacobs.
Occupationa tenant farmer on Cleijn Daetselaer near Stoutenburch

Jan Rijcks

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     Jan married Neeltgie Willemsdr circa 18-Nov-1638; marriage settllement.
     Jan Rijcks was also known as Jan Rycxz. The Inventory of Jan Rijcks was taken on 13-Jul-1656.
Occupation1638a landlord in the Tolick, near Hoogland
Occupationcirca 1656Tolick, an innkeeper in the Tolick

(Unknown) St. Leger

M
     (Unknown) married Mary Van Horn, daughter of Cornelius Jansen Van Hoorn and Maria Jans.

Ide Van Huyse

M

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
     Ide married Teuntje Teunis; 1st marriage Ide
2nd marrige Tuentje.
     Ide Van Huyse resided at at Of, Nordigen, Holland, New Neherlands. He was also known as Ide Thonise.

Child of Ide Van Huyse and Teuntje Teunis

Willemke Jans

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Willemke Jans||p133.htm#i77700|Jan Coene||p174.htm#i102612||||||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Willemke Jans was the daughter of Jan Coene. Willemke married Adriaen Lamberts Smeets, son of Lambrecht Smeets and Marie Daniels, on 16-Jun-1647 at Tuil, Gelderland, Netherlands.

Children of Willemke Jans and Adriaen Lamberts Smeets

Hannah Peirce

F, b. 21 Apr 1696
Hannah Peirce|b. 21 Apr 1696|p133.htm#i77702|George Peirce|b. circa 1655|p68.htm#i30845|Ann Gayner|b. circa 1663\nd. before 1725|p69.htm#i30846|George Peirce|b. circa 1633\nd. 1692|p209.htm#i115629|Margaret (Unknown)|b. circa 1635|p78.htm#i33289|William Gayner|b. 3 Sep 1615\nd. 1681|p206.htm#i114975|Anna Jones|b. Sep 1620\nd. Dec 1684|p206.htm#i114976|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Hannah Peirce was born on 21-Apr-1696 at Thornbury, Chester County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of George Peirce and Ann Gayner. Hannah married Edward Brinton on 17-Jul-1724 at Quaker Monthly Meeting, Concord, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Edward Brinton

M, b. 12 Feb 1704, d. 17 May 1779
      Edward Brinton was born on 12-Feb-1704 at Birmingham, Pennsylvania. Edward married Hannah Peirce, daughter of George Peirce and Ann Gayner, on 17-Jul-1724 at Quaker Monthly Meeting, Concord, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Edward Brinton died on 17-May-1779 at Birmingham, Pennsylvania, at age 75.

Christoffel Jurrianse Probasco

M, b. 6 Jun 1649, d. 1707
Christoffel Jurrianse Probasco|b. 6 Jun 1649\nd. 1707|p133.htm#i77750|Jurrianse Probasco||p134.htm#i78048|Heyltien Aertss||p134.htm#i78049|||||||||||||
      Christoffel Jurrianse Probasco was born in 1649 at Brazil. He was baptized on 6-Jun-1649 at Brazil. He was the son of Jurrianse Probasco and Heyltien Aertss. Christoffel married Eytie Stryker, daughter of Jan Strijcker and Lambertje Seubering, circa 1676 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Christoffel Jurrianse Probasco died in 1707 at New Jersey.
     He was also known as Stoffel Jurianssen Probasco. He was also known as Jurryen Probasco. He immigrated in 1654 to settled in, New Lots-Flatbush, Kings County, New York.

Eytie Stryker

F, b. circa 1651, d. 29 Sep 1687
Eytie Stryker|b. circa 1651\nd. 29 Sep 1687|p133.htm#i77751|Jan Strijcker|b. 1617\nd. 3 Mar 1697|p84.htm#i35540|Lambertje Seubering|b. 1621\nd. before 21 Jun 1675|p84.htm#i35541|Gerrit Stryker|b. circa 1584\nd. 1650|p202.htm#i114142|Altje Lucasdochter|b. between 1587 and 1599|p273.htm#i155754|Roeloff L. Seuberinge|b. 1595\nd. after 1636|p59.htm#i27332||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Eytie Stryker was born circa 1651 at Ruinen, Drenthe, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Jan Strijcker and Lambertje Seubering. Eytie married Christoffel Jurrianse Probasco, son of Jurrianse Probasco and Heyltien Aertss, circa 1676 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Eytie Stryker died on 29-Sep-1687 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York.
     She was also known as Ida Stryker. She was also known as Eytie Stryker.

Capt. Thomas Cooke Jr.

M, b. circa 1626, d. 1669 or 1670
Capt. Thomas Cooke Jr.|b. circa 1626\nd. 1669 or 1670|p133.htm#i78020|Thomas Cooke|b. 13 Apr 1600\nd. 6 Feb 1677|p133.htm#i78022|Mary (Unknown)|d. before Mar 1672/73|p134.htm#i78023|supposed Thomas Cooke|b. circa 1570\nd. 20 May 1614|p134.htm#i78024|supposed Joanna (Unknown)|b. 1570\nd. after 1626|p134.htm#i78025|||||||

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Capt. Thomas Cooke Jr. was born circa 1626 at England. He was the son of Thomas Cooke and Mary (Unknown). Capt. Thomas Cooke Jr. was born in 1628 at Earls Colne, Essex, England. Thomas married Thomasin (Unknown) circa 1648. Capt. Thomas Cooke Jr. died in 1669 or 1670 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.
     He was also known as Thomas Cook. He emigrated in Apr-1637 from Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England; on the ship Speedwell with his parents. He immigrated circa Jul-1637 to Taunton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He resided at at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island, in 1643; probably moved here with his parents. He was granted 30 acres of land next to his father by the Town Council of Portsmouth, RI on 4-Sep-1648 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. On 8-Apr-1656 he was chosen one of seven men to "goe over to the mayne [i.e. the mainland, across the Sakonnet River in Plymouth Colony] to treat with the Ianidan Sachems to informe them of the mynd of the towne that they Come not upon tye lland but accordinge to order given."
He was "Capt. Thomas Cooke being chosen by the towne of Portsmouth for Juror with Mr. Richard Burden and not apearinge at the court" General Court of Trials to be held at Providence' he was fined ten sshillings. He must havd had a valid excuse, for his fine was remitted at the next court. on 24-Jun-1656 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He sold land to Gyles Slocum a strip of land adjoining the lond on which Slocum was living; it was 3rods wide next to the fence running along Thomas Cooke's own land about 60 rod and about 20 rods wide from that point, on the south side. on 22-Feb-1657 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He sold land Thomas Cooke, Jr. of Portsmouth sold to John Randall of Porstmouth a parcel of about 20 acres of land bounded notherly by land of Thomas Cooke, Sr,, southerly by land of Mr. William Brenton, easterly by the sea, and westerly by Mr. Brenton's highway, retaining the privledge for Thomas Cooke Ser to cut wood on said land and cary it away, and rese4rving a higway for Thomas Cooke Snr and William Brenton to cart hay through. The deed was witnessed by John Sanford and Richard Pearce. on 22-Feb-1657 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. On 10-Mar-1656/57 one of those who signed an agreement to purchase Conanicut Island (Jamestown) from the Indians. His name was down for 1/11th part, his broher John's for 1/250th.
He leased from Thomas Wllett, "in the behalf of the Town of Plymouth in New England Doe heerby sett to farming unto Thomas Cooke of Porstmouth, Jnr; a Ceraine necke and peece of land adjoyning Caled by the Indians Punckateesett being and lying over against Road Iland on the East side of the River or pond..." This was a lease, for seven years, and was withnessed by Benedict Arnold and Richard Smith, jr; it specified that Cooke was to "make noe wast or spoyle of Timber on the prmisis but onely shall use wha t is Nesssary for ffence &c upon the same land... to sew four or five acres of the fitest of the said land with English hay seed..." It was noted that the land had been purchase of the Sachem called Akitumba. Because the Indians were not removed from the property, the first year's rent was only one ewe lamb, which Captain Cooke was to keep, along with two ewe lambs already in his possession. For the next two years he was to pay three pounds sterling a year and for the last four years five pounds sterling a year, payments to be made in good ewe sheep at current prices. on 8-Apr-1657 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was granted an additional 6 acres from the Town of Portsmouth on 10-Dec-1657 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. He held the position of a juror at the Court of General Trials, held that session at Portsmouth in Mar-1657/58 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. On 1660 The Supreme Court of Plymouth Colony assessed Capt. Cooke, Mr. Brinton, and Mr. Briggs each 10 shillings for "common charges," referring to their share of common lands.
On 5-Jan-1660 he was one of eight men chosen to meet on the 10th of the month at "Eight of the Clock in the morning at the howse of Bartholomew West.. to the old Line [between the towns of Portsmouth and Newport] and ro Run it as it is Recorded...," the Newport men having altered the line and thereby caused some disorder. The following week he and others wer again ordered to survey and straighten the lin with Newport and to bring their acoounts at the rate of 3 shillings apiece per day to be baid out of the twon treasury.
He held the position of a juryman at the General Court of Trials at Newport on 13-Mar-1659/60 at Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island. He held the position of he was one of four deputies to serve at the General Court to be held at Newport. on 27-Apr-1664 at Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island. He held the position of he was picked to be a juror in Oct-1665. He held the position of he was picked for a juror in Oct-1666. He held the position of he was picked with his brother as grand jurymen for the Court of Trials on 17-Oct-1667. He held the position of He again served the Court of Trials as a grand juryman. This was the last event of him alive that has been found between 16-Oct-1668 and 5-Nov-1668. The Inventory of Capt. Thomas Cooke Jr. was taken on 12-Oct-1670.

Thomasin (Unknown)

F, d. Oct 1670
     Thomasin married Capt. Thomas Cooke Jr., son of Thomas Cooke and Mary (Unknown), circa 1648. Thomasin (Unknown) died in Oct-1670 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.

Thomas Cooke

M, b. 13 Apr 1600, d. 6 Feb 1677
Thomas Cooke|b. 13 Apr 1600\nd. 6 Feb 1677|p133.htm#i78022|supposed Thomas Cooke|b. circa 1570\nd. 20 May 1614|p134.htm#i78024|supposed Joanna (Unknown)|b. 1570\nd. after 1626|p134.htm#i78025|||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
     Thomas Cooke was baptized on 13-Apr-1600 at St. Mary, Netherbury, Dorsetshire, England; Baptised Thomas Bowcher. This is probable. He was the son of supposed Thomas Cooke and supposed Joanna (Unknown). Thomas married Mary (Unknown) in 1626 at England. Thomas married Mary (Unknown) before Mar-1672/73; 2nd marriage Thomas. There are no surviving children of this marriage. She was old enough to be his grand daughter. Thomas Cooke died on 6-Feb-1677 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island, at age 76. He died before 21-May-1677 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.
      Thomas had two wives by the name of Mary. The last names have not been established for either of them conclusively.

His baptism name was Thomas Bowcher. His baptism name was Thomas Butcher. He was also known as Thomas Cook. He immigrated after 22-Apr-1637 to Probably, Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; Thomas Cooke, his wife and three children sailed on the ship "Speedwell", Mr. Robert Corbin, master, form Weymouth, Dorset. The fee was paid for the passage on Apr. 22, 1637. In 1643 Thomas Cooke was listed as a freeman at Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts; took the oath of fidelity to become a freeman. He was granted by the Portsmouth Town Council in the amount of 30 acres. "at the head of his howse lott and to Run towards Mr. Burtun's ferrie." on 4-Sep-1648 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.
Thomas Cooke purchased a parcel of land there on which Cooke had built "his now dwelling house." This being a half acre or more, together with a parcel of land lying near the first. on 25-Oct-1649 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.

Thomas's left a will on 6-Feb-1673/74 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. The Inventory of Thomas Cooke was taken on 21-May-1677.

Children of Thomas Cooke and Mary (Unknown)

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