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Moses Taylor

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     Moses married Mary (Unknown).

Child of Moses Taylor and Mary (Unknown)

Mary (Unknown)

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     Mary married Moses Taylor.

Child of Mary (Unknown) and Moses Taylor

James Perry

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     James married Catherine Haring on 16-Sep-1785 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York.
     James Perry was also known as Jacobus Perry. He was also known as Jacobus Perrie.

Child of James Perry and Catherine Haring

Catherine Haring

F, b. 14 Mar 1767
      Catherine Haring was born on 14-Mar-1767 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York. She was baptized on 29-Mar-1767 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Catherine married James Perry on 16-Sep-1785 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York.
     Catherine Haring was also known as Catharina Haring.

Child of Catherine Haring and James Perry

Willem Adriansz Bennet

M, b. circa 1615, d. before 9 Oct 1644
Willem Adriansz Bennet|b. circa 1615\nd. before 9 Oct 1644|p25.htm#i5249|Adrian Bennet|b. circa 1583|p146.htm#i92376||||||||||||||||
      Willem Adriansz Bennet was born circa 1615 at France/Holland. He was the son of Adrian Bennet. Willem married Mary Badie, daughter of Thomas Badie and Aeltje Braconie, in 1636. Willem Adriansz Bennet died before 9-Oct-1644.
     He was also known as Willem Adrianse Bennett. In 1636, he purchased a large tract of land beside Gowanus Bay from the Indians.
Occupationcooper, barrelmaker

Children of Willem Adriansz Bennet and Mary Badie

Paulus Van Der Beeck

M, b. circa 1624, d. circa 1680
      Paulus Van Der Beeck was born circa 1624 at Bremen. Paulus married Mary Badie, daughter of Thomas Badie and Aeltje Braconie, on 9-Oct-1644. Paulus Van Der Beeck died circa 1680.
     He and Mary Badie resided at at Gowanus, Kings County, New York, before 1657.
Occupationbefore 1644ship's surgeon for the Dutch West India Co.
Occupationcirca 1657farmer, operated Breukelen ferry service

Children of Paulus Van Der Beeck and Mary Badie

Adrian Willemse Bennet

M, b. 1637, d. circa 1703
Adrian Willemse Bennet|b. 1637\nd. circa 1703|p25.htm#i5251|Willem Adriansz Bennet|b. circa 1615\nd. before 9 Oct 1644|p25.htm#i5249|Mary Badie|b. circa 1604\nd. after Jan 1697|p24.htm#i4884|Adrian Bennet|b. circa 1583|p146.htm#i92376||||Thomas Badie|b. circa 1586|p24.htm#i4886|Aeltje Braconie|b. circa 1588\nd. circa 1683|p5.htm#i278|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Adrian Willemse Bennet was born in 1637 at Gowanus, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Adriansz Bennet and Mary Badie. Adrian married Agnietje Jans Van Dyck, daughter of Jan Thomasse Van Dyke and Tryntje Achias, on 3-Dec-1662 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Adrian Willemse Bennet died circa 1703 at Gowanus, Kings County, New York.
     He was also known as Arie Willemse Bennett. He was also known as Andriaen Bennett. He was also known as Arie Bennet Sr.

Children of Adrian Willemse Bennet and Agnietje Jans Van Dyck

Willem Willemse Bennet

M, b. circa 1639, d. before 1694
Willem Willemse Bennet|b. circa 1639\nd. before 1694|p25.htm#i5252|Willem Adriansz Bennet|b. circa 1615\nd. before 9 Oct 1644|p25.htm#i5249|Mary Badie|b. circa 1604\nd. after Jan 1697|p24.htm#i4884|Adrian Bennet|b. circa 1583|p146.htm#i92376||||Thomas Badie|b. circa 1586|p24.htm#i4886|Aeltje Braconie|b. circa 1588\nd. circa 1683|p5.htm#i278|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Willem Willemse Bennet was born circa 1639 at Gowanus, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Adriansz Bennet and Mary Badie. Willem married Gertrude Van Mulheym on 9-Apr-1660 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Willem Willemse Bennet was baptized on 25-Dec-1661 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He died before 1694.
     He and Gertrude Van Mulheym confirmed as members with attrestation from New Amstedam at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, 25-Dec-1661.

Child of Willem Willemse Bennet and Gertrude Van Mulheym

Christian Willemse Bennet

M, b. 6 Jan 1641, d. after 6 Jan 1641
Christian Willemse Bennet|b. 6 Jan 1641\nd. after 6 Jan 1641|p25.htm#i5253|Willem Adriansz Bennet|b. circa 1615\nd. before 9 Oct 1644|p25.htm#i5249|Mary Badie|b. circa 1604\nd. after Jan 1697|p24.htm#i4884|Adrian Bennet|b. circa 1583|p146.htm#i92376||||Thomas Badie|b. circa 1586|p24.htm#i4886|Aeltje Braconie|b. circa 1588\nd. circa 1683|p5.htm#i278|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Christian Willemse Bennet was baptized on 6-Jan-1641. He died young after 6-Jan-1641. He was the son of Willem Adriansz Bennet and Mary Badie.

Christian Willemse Bennet

M, b. 30 Mar 1642
Christian Willemse Bennet|b. 30 Mar 1642|p25.htm#i5254|Willem Adriansz Bennet|b. circa 1615\nd. before 9 Oct 1644|p25.htm#i5249|Mary Badie|b. circa 1604\nd. after Jan 1697|p24.htm#i4884|Adrian Bennet|b. circa 1583|p146.htm#i92376||||Thomas Badie|b. circa 1586|p24.htm#i4886|Aeltje Braconie|b. circa 1588\nd. circa 1683|p5.htm#i278|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Christian Willemse Bennet was baptized on 30-Mar-1642. He was the son of Willem Adriansz Bennet and Mary Badie.

Willem Bredenbent

M, b. circa 1624
      Willem Bredenbent was born circa 1624 at Cologne, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany. He married Aeltje Braconie, daughter of Eli Braconie, on 4-Sep-1644, they had no issue. Marriage banns for Willem Bredenbent and Aeltje Braconie were published on 9-Oct-1644.
     Willem Bredenbent resided at at Ceulen, Germany, before 1638. He and Aeltje Braconie resided at at Gowanus, Kings County, New York, in 1650.
Occupationbetween 1638 and 1647Deputy Sheriff, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York

Jannetje Claes Bonen

F, b. circa 1620, d. circa 1695
Jannetje Claes Bonen|b. circa 1620\nd. circa 1695|p25.htm#i5256|Claes Bones||p25.htm#i5257|Bejatres Hermans||p25.htm#i5258|||||||||||||
      Jannetje Claes Bonen was born circa 1620 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Claes Bones and Bejatres Hermans. Jannetje married Urbanus Luyerson before 1642; 1st marriage Jannetie. Jannetje married Tobias Teunissen in 1649 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Jannetje married Tobias Teunissen; 2nd marriage Jannetje. Marriage banns for Jannetje Claes Bonen and Thomas Jacobs Verdon were published on 1-Jun-1659. Jannetje Claes Bonen died circa 1695.
     She was also known as Jannetie Bones. On 19-Jun-1659 "Commission"

"Whereas Thomas Verdon, widower of Barbara Imbroeck, intends to marry again with Janneke Bones, widow of Tobias Teunissen; and as he has a little son Jacobus, by said Barbara Imbroeck, about three years old, to whom before the marriage, his maternal inheritance must be proved, so that whe he comes of age and marries he may have what belongs to him. Therefore the Orphans Masters of the City appoing as guardians and administrators Mr. Paulus Van der Beeck and Joannes de la Montagne, Junior, who are hereby authorized to make such inheritance, debts and credits as equity demands, reporting the same to this Board on Saturday, June 21 at 7 O. C. A. M. Done June 19, 1659"

"Janneke Bones, appearing before the Board id directed, whereas she intends to marry again, she mus settle on her children their paternal inheritance. Answering she offers to give each child 50 florins, and states she has four children called Herman Urbanus, 17 years; Neeltje Urbanus, 15 years; Urbanus Urbanus, 10 years an Teunis Teunissen, 8 years, for whon Abraman Clock and Evert Duyckingh are appointed guardians"

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"Commission"

"Whereas Hanneke Bones, widof of Tobias Teunisse, is about to become the wife of Thomas Verdon, widower of Barbara Imbroeck, and whereas she has now four living children of whom three are by her first Husband, called Herman, Neeltje, and Urbanus Urbanus and the fourth Teunis Tobiassen by her last deceased husband, to whom before her marriage, their paternal inheritance must be proved, so that when they come of age or marry they may receive what belongs to them. Therefore the Orphanmasters appoint as quardians and administrators Abraham Clock and Everet Duyckingh who are authorized to make such an agreement with the widow on behalf of the chidren etc., etc. Done June 19, 1659."
On 21-Jun-1659 "Saturday, June 21, 1659, Before the Board came Abraham Clock and Evert Duyckingh, curators of the children and property left by Tobias Teunissen, deceased, who reported that the had been at the house of the widow Janneke Bones, and after examination of the estate they had agreed with her about the settlement on her children of their paternal inheritance, namely: that she shall give to each child 50 florins, together 200 florins. They were thanked for their labor."

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" Joannes Nonjeer de la Montagne with Paulus Van der Beeck, administrators state that they have been at Tomas Verdon's house and that after an appraisal of the estate there is a surplus of 14 florins. As said Tomas has not declared all, it is ordered that he shall once more be spoken to about the land and other things of which a list is given."
She and Thomas Jacobs Verdon Joined at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, 1661. Jannetje Claes Bonen and Thomas Jacobs Verdon at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York, 4-Jul-1680.

Claes Bones

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     Claes married Bejatres Hermans.

Child of Claes Bones and Bejatres Hermans

Bejatres Hermans

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     Bejatres married Claes Bones.

Child of Bejatres Hermans and Claes Bones

Urbanus Luyerson

M, d. circa 1648
     Urbanus married Jannetje Claes Bonen, daughter of Claes Bones and Bejatres Hermans, before 1642; 1st marriage Jannetie. Urbanus Luyerson died circa 1648.
     He was also known as Urbanus Luyens. He was also known as Urbanus Lyers. He was also known as Urbanus Lyens.

Tobias Teunissen

M, d. 1655
     Tobias married Jannetje Claes Bonen, daughter of Claes Bones and Bejatres Hermans, in 1649 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Tobias Teunissen died in 1655; Killed by Indians in the Pavonia massacre.

William Corning Germond

M, b. 20 Sep 1856, d. circa 1889
William Corning Germond|b. 20 Sep 1856\nd. circa 1889|p25.htm#i5262|Charles William Germond|b. 18 Mar 1821|p282.htm#i163777|Margaret E. Corning|b. circa 1817|p282.htm#i163778|||||||||||||
      William Corning Germond was born on 20-Sep-1856 at New York. He was the son of Charles William Germond and Margaret E. Corning. William married Louise Ferdon Kipp, daughter of David W. Kipp and Sophia Ferdon, on 20-Sep-1882. William Corning Germond died circa 1889.
Census10-Aug-1870with William and Sarah Corning, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census14-Jun-1880Orangetown Twp., Rockland County, New York, a boarder
Occupation14-Jun-1880a florist

Amelia Baker Knapp

F, b. Feb 1874, d. circa 1935
Amelia Baker Knapp|b. Feb 1874\nd. circa 1935|p25.htm#i5263|George A. Knapp||p142.htm#i87813|Jennie M. Brant||p142.htm#i87814|||||||||||||
      Amelia Baker Knapp was born in Feb-1874 at New York. She was the daughter of George A. Knapp and Jennie M. Brant. Amelia married Wesley A. Kipp, son of David W. Kipp and Sophia Ferdon, on 6-Dec-1893 at Sparkill, Rockland County, New York. Amelia Baker Knapp died circa 1935. Amelia was buried circa 1935 at Tappen Cemetery, Tappan, Rockland County, New York.
Census23-Jun-1900Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
CensusJun-1920Hudson Terrace, Piermont, Rockland County, New York

Elizabeth Kipp

F, b. circa Jan 1860, d. circa 1862
Elizabeth Kipp|b. circa Jan 1860\nd. circa 1862|p25.htm#i5265|David W. Kipp|b. 27 Sep 1833\nd. 18 Feb 1901|p1.htm#i23|Sophia Ferdon|b. 22 Jun 1836\nd. 11 Aug 1882|p1.htm#i24|William D. Kipp|b. 19 Aug 1812\nd. 20 Jul 1871|p21.htm#i4821|Elizabeth Banta|b. 24 Nov 1813\nd. 30 Jul 1849|p21.htm#i4822|Jacob J. Ferdon|b. 12 Jul 1800\nd. 27 Dec 1880|p18.htm#i3434|Effie Blauvelt|b. 28 May 1804\nd. 8 Sep 1882|p18.htm#i3435|

Relationship=Grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th cousin of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Aunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Elizabeth Kipp was born circa Jan-1860. She was the daughter of David W. Kipp and Sophia Ferdon. She died young.
     Elizabeth Kipp was also known as Lizzie Kipp.

Catherine (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1828
      Catherine (Unknown) was born circa 1828 at Ireland. Catherine married William D. Kipp, son of David Kipp and Elizabeth De Graw, circa 1850; she is mentioned in his will.
Census5-Sep-1850Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census4-Aug-1870Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey

John B. Kipp

M, b. 5 Mar 1836, d. 1891
John B. Kipp|b. 5 Mar 1836\nd. 1891|p25.htm#i5267|William D. Kipp|b. 19 Aug 1812\nd. 20 Jul 1871|p21.htm#i4821|Elizabeth Banta|b. 24 Nov 1813\nd. 30 Jul 1849|p21.htm#i4822|David Kipp|b. 24 Jan 1783\nd. 28 Apr 1864|p22.htm#i4823|Elizabeth De Graw|b. 26 Jul 1790\nd. 16 Mar 1838|p22.htm#i4824|Squire John I. Banta|b. 19 Oct 1791\nd. Nov 1852|p66.htm#i30597|Wyntje Westervelt|b. 14 Apr 1791\nd. 21 May 1835|p83.htm#i35524|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th cousin 1 time removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      John B. Kipp was born on 5-Mar-1836 at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of William D. Kipp and Elizabeth Banta. John married Sarah Haring, daughter of Cornelius Haring and Mary J. Westervelt, on 26-Nov-1863. John married Catherine A. Hill, daughter of Gabriel Hill and Susan Higginson, on 9-May-1882 at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey. John B. Kipp died in 1891. John's estate was proved on 15-Apr-1891.
     John B.'s left a will on 11-May-1888. He resided at at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey, circa 1890.
Census5-Sep-1850with parents, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census18-Jun-1880Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey, widower
Occupation18-Jun-1880a Justice of the Peace

Isaac Kipp

M, b. 20 Mar 1839, d. circa 16 Feb 1893
Isaac Kipp|b. 20 Mar 1839\nd. circa 16 Feb 1893|p25.htm#i5268|William D. Kipp|b. 19 Aug 1812\nd. 20 Jul 1871|p21.htm#i4821|Elizabeth Banta|b. 24 Nov 1813\nd. 30 Jul 1849|p21.htm#i4822|David Kipp|b. 24 Jan 1783\nd. 28 Apr 1864|p22.htm#i4823|Elizabeth De Graw|b. 26 Jul 1790\nd. 16 Mar 1838|p22.htm#i4824|Squire John I. Banta|b. 19 Oct 1791\nd. Nov 1852|p66.htm#i30597|Wyntje Westervelt|b. 14 Apr 1791\nd. 21 May 1835|p83.htm#i35524|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th cousin 1 time removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Isaac Kipp was born on 20-Mar-1839. He was the son of William D. Kipp and Elizabeth Banta. Isaac married Catherine A. Van Orden, daughter of John D. Van Orden, on 18-Nov-1863. Isaac Kipp died circa 16-Feb-1893.
     He began military service on 1-Sep-1862. He enlisted in Co. I, 22nd New Jersey Infantry Regiment as a Private on 22-Sep-1862. He ended military service on 25-Jun-1863 at Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey; Co. I, 22nd New Jersey Infantry Regiment.



Census5-Sep-1850with parents, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census22-Aug-1870Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey, real estate 8,000.00, personal 1,000.00
Census2-Jun-1880Harrington, Bergen County, New Jersey
Census-Occ22-Aug-1870a farmer
Census-Occ2-Jun-1880a farmer

Lavinia Kipp

F, b. 13 Jul 1842
Lavinia Kipp|b. 13 Jul 1842|p25.htm#i5269|William D. Kipp|b. 19 Aug 1812\nd. 20 Jul 1871|p21.htm#i4821|Elizabeth Banta|b. 24 Nov 1813\nd. 30 Jul 1849|p21.htm#i4822|David Kipp|b. 24 Jan 1783\nd. 28 Apr 1864|p22.htm#i4823|Elizabeth De Graw|b. 26 Jul 1790\nd. 16 Mar 1838|p22.htm#i4824|Squire John I. Banta|b. 19 Oct 1791\nd. Nov 1852|p66.htm#i30597|Wyntje Westervelt|b. 14 Apr 1791\nd. 21 May 1835|p83.htm#i35524|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th cousin 1 time removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Lavinia Kipp was born on 13-Jul-1842 at New Jersey. She was the daughter of William D. Kipp and Elizabeth Banta. Lavinia married Daniel W. Lozier.
     Lavinia Kipp was also known as Levina Kipp. She and Daniel W. Lozier resided at at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey.
Census5-Sep-1850with parents, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census20-Jul-1870Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey, real estate 2,000.00 personal 500.00
Census21-Jun-1880Harrington, Bergen County, New Jersey

Daniel W. Lozier

M, b. circa 1838
      Daniel W. Lozier was born circa 1838 at New Jersey. Daniel married Lavinia Kipp, daughter of William D. Kipp and Elizabeth Banta.
     Daniel W. Lozier began military service on 1-Sep-1862. He enlisted as a private in Co. I, 22nd New Jersey Infantry Regiment on 22-Sep-1862. He ended military service on 25-Jun-1863 at Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey; Co. I, 22nd New Jersey Infantry Regiment. He and Lavinia Kipp resided at at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey.



Census20-Jul-1870Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey, real estate 2,000.00 personal 500.00
Census21-Jun-1880Harrington, Bergen County, New Jersey
Occupation20-Jul-1870a conductor on car
Occupation21-Jun-1880a farmer

James Kipp

M, b. 15 Oct 1844
James Kipp|b. 15 Oct 1844|p25.htm#i5275|William D. Kipp|b. 19 Aug 1812\nd. 20 Jul 1871|p21.htm#i4821|Elizabeth Banta|b. 24 Nov 1813\nd. 30 Jul 1849|p21.htm#i4822|David Kipp|b. 24 Jan 1783\nd. 28 Apr 1864|p22.htm#i4823|Elizabeth De Graw|b. 26 Jul 1790\nd. 16 Mar 1838|p22.htm#i4824|Squire John I. Banta|b. 19 Oct 1791\nd. Nov 1852|p66.htm#i30597|Wyntje Westervelt|b. 14 Apr 1791\nd. 21 May 1835|p83.htm#i35524|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th cousin 1 time removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      James Kipp was born on 15-Oct-1844 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York. He was the son of William D. Kipp and Elizabeth Banta. James married Rachel Naugle, daughter of John J. Naugle and Hannah M. (Unknown), on 21-Feb-1872.
      Was called home to take the place of his brothers John B. and Isaac, who had joined the Union army in Virginia. circa Sep-1862.

James Kipp resided at at New York City, New York County, New York, circa 1890.
Census5-Sep-1850with parents, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census4-Aug-1870with parents, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census18-Jun-1880Harrington, Bergen County, New Jersey
Census9-Jun-1900Manhattan, New York County, New York, 3 children, 3 living
Census5-Jan-1920Tenafly, Bergen County, New Jersey
Census7-Apr-1930Tenafly, Bergen County, New Jersey, a widower
real estate value 14,000.00
Census-Occ9-Jun-1900in rubber goods, ??
Occupation1859left home to work in his brother Davids grocery store at Sparkill, NY
Occupationcirca 1865obtained a clerkship in the grocery house of Elbert Bailey, then at 18 Sixth Ave, N. Y. C.
Occupation1869entered the office of the Lorillard Insurance Company for three months. He then took a position with the New York Rubber Clothing Company at 347 Braodway, N. Y. C. This company combined with the Goodyear Rubber Company in July 1867.
Occupation4-Aug-1870a salesman
Occupation18-Jun-1880a clerk in rubber goods

William De Graw Kipp

M, b. 25 Feb 1848
William De Graw Kipp|b. 25 Feb 1848|p25.htm#i5276|William D. Kipp|b. 19 Aug 1812\nd. 20 Jul 1871|p21.htm#i4821|Elizabeth Banta|b. 24 Nov 1813\nd. 30 Jul 1849|p21.htm#i4822|David Kipp|b. 24 Jan 1783\nd. 28 Apr 1864|p22.htm#i4823|Elizabeth De Graw|b. 26 Jul 1790\nd. 16 Mar 1838|p22.htm#i4824|Squire John I. Banta|b. 19 Oct 1791\nd. Nov 1852|p66.htm#i30597|Wyntje Westervelt|b. 14 Apr 1791\nd. 21 May 1835|p83.htm#i35524|

Relationship=Great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th cousin 1 time removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      William De Graw Kipp was born circa 1848 at New Jersey. He was born on 25-Feb-1848 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York. He was the son of William D. Kipp and Elizabeth Banta. William married Sarah Elizabeth Naugle, daughter of John J. Naugle and Hannah M. (Unknown), in 1874; they had seven children. two daughters and one son died in infancy.
     William De Graw Kipp was also known as William De Graew Kipp.
Census5-Sep-1850with parents, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census4-Aug-1870with parents, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
Census12-Jun-1880Harrington, Bergen County, New Jersey
Census9-Jun-1900Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, 7 children, 4 living
Census20-Apr-1910Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, a widower
Census16-Jan-1920with his daughter Ethel, Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey
Census-Occ4-Aug-1870a salesman
Census-Occ12-Jun-1880a saleman
Census-Occ9-Jun-1900a salesman
Census-Occ20-Apr-1910a salesman, furniture house
Occupation1866was a clerk in the grocery store of Ward Carpenter, 520 Sixth Aveenue, N. Y. C.
Occupationbetween 1867 and 1876was a saleman for E. C. Hazard & Co.
Occupation1877entered the grocery business on his own at Closter, NJ which was not profitable
Occupationcirca 1879a saleman in the house of Wright Gillies and Brother, N. Y. C.
Occupationbetween 1880 and 1900took charge of the sales department at E. R. Durkee & Co., 534 Washington St., N. Y. C.

Elizabeth Kipp

F, b. 25 Feb 1848, d. 30 Jul 1849
Elizabeth Kipp|b. 25 Feb 1848\nd. 30 Jul 1849|p25.htm#i5277|William D. Kipp|b. 19 Aug 1812\nd. 20 Jul 1871|p21.htm#i4821|Elizabeth Banta|b. 24 Nov 1813\nd. 30 Jul 1849|p21.htm#i4822|David Kipp|b. 24 Jan 1783\nd. 28 Apr 1864|p22.htm#i4823|Elizabeth De Graw|b. 26 Jul 1790\nd. 16 Mar 1838|p22.htm#i4824|Squire John I. Banta|b. 19 Oct 1791\nd. Nov 1852|p66.htm#i30597|Wyntje Westervelt|b. 14 Apr 1791\nd. 21 May 1835|p83.htm#i35524|

Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th cousin 1 time removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Elizabeth Kipp was born on 25-Feb-1848 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York. She was the daughter of William D. Kipp and Elizabeth Banta. Elizabeth Kipp died on 30-Jul-1849 at age 1. Elizabeth was buried after 30-Jul-1849 at Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Bergenfield, Bergen County, New Jersey.

William De Graw

M, b. 26 Apr 1766, d. 10 Jul 1852
William De Graw|b. 26 Apr 1766\nd. 10 Jul 1852|p25.htm#i5278|Leendert De Graw|b. 5 Sep 1721\nd. 2 Mar 1814|p45.htm#i20569|Elizabeth Haring|b. 31 Dec 1729\nd. 14 Nov 1823|p45.htm#i20566|William De Graw|b. 12 Oct 1699|p47.htm#i20616|Leuntje Lynsze|b. 1695|p47.htm#i20617|John Haring|b. 20 May 1694|p47.htm#i20623|Amerensje Blauvelt|b. 2 Oct 1694\nd. after 1760|p38.htm#i18510|

Relationship=4th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      William De Graw was born on 26-Apr-1766. He was the son of Leendert De Graw and Elizabeth Haring. William De Graw was baptized on 19-May-1766 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. William married Vroutje Blauvelt, daughter of Jacobus Blauvelt and Catharinia Smith, on 10-Oct-1788 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. William De Graw died on 10-Jul-1852 at age 86. William was buried after 10-Jul-1852 at Harrington Park, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     He resided at at Old Tappen in 1806.
Census5-Sep-1850with Grandson William D. Kipp, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey

Child of William De Graw and Vroutje Blauvelt

Maria Kipp

F, b. 5 May 1807, d. 2 Mar 1833
Maria Kipp|b. 5 May 1807\nd. 2 Mar 1833|p25.htm#i5279|David Kipp|b. 24 Jan 1783\nd. 28 Apr 1864|p22.htm#i4823|Elizabeth De Graw|b. 26 Jul 1790\nd. 16 Mar 1838|p22.htm#i4824|Col. Isaac Kipp|b. 14 May 1756\nd. 10 Mar 1813|p22.htm#i4825|Mariah Banta|b. 25 Mar 1759\nd. 17 Jun 1836|p45.htm#i20564|William De Graw|b. 26 Apr 1766\nd. 10 Jul 1852|p25.htm#i5278|Vroutje Blauvelt|b. 16 Nov 1768\nd. 19 Mar 1846|p45.htm#i20565|

Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th cousin 2 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Maria Kipp was born on 5-May-1807 at Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of David Kipp and Elizabeth De Graw. Maria married Matthew Seba Bogert, son of Seba Bogert and Sarah Blackledge, on 31-Jan-1824 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Maria Kipp died on 2-Mar-1833 at age 25. Maria was buried after 2-Mar-1833 at Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, South Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Polly Kipp.

Matthew Seba Bogert

M, b. 9 Apr 1799, d. 23 Oct 1874
Matthew Seba Bogert|b. 9 Apr 1799\nd. 23 Oct 1874|p25.htm#i5280|Seba Bogert|b. 25 Mar 1774\nd. 27 Apr 1846|p87.htm#i35794|Sarah Blackledge|b. 20 May 1776\nd. 20 Dec 1841|p332.htm#i242678|||||||||||||
     Matthew Seba Bogert was baptized on 9-Apr-1799 at Dutch Reformed Church, South Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was born on 9-Apr-1799 at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Seba Bogert and Sarah Blackledge. Matthew married Maria Kipp, daughter of David Kipp and Elizabeth De Graw, on 31-Jan-1824 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Matthew married Margaret Christie on 13-Nov-1833 at Dutch Reformed Church, South Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. Matthew Seba Bogert died on 23-Oct-1874 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York, at age 75. Matthew's estate was proved on 16-Nov-1874.
     He was also known as Matheus Bogert. He was also known as Matthew Bogert. He resided at at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey.
Matthew Seba's left a will on 14-Nov-1871 at Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey.
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