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Thomas Gibbs

M, b. 23 Mar 1646/47, d. 7 Jan 1731/32
Thomas Gibbs|b. 23 Mar 1646/47\nd. 7 Jan 1731/32|p3.htm#i103|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Thomas Gibbs was born on 23-Mar-1646/47 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Gibbs. Thomas married Alice Warren, daughter of Nathaniel Warren and Sarah Walker, on 23-Dec-1674 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Thomas Gibbs died on 7-Jan-1731/32 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 84. Thomas's estate was proved on 12-Jan-1732/33.
     He and Alice Warren consented to sell land to James Warren on 4-Mar-1692.
Thomas's left a will on 23-Jun-1725 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

names son Thomas Gibbs; son Cornelius; sons Ebeneze and Jabes if they return from beyond the sea; dau. Abigail; children of dau. Bethia; children of dau. Sarah.

The Inventory of Thomas Gibbs was taken John Ellis Mordecai Tupper & Obadiah Butler took the Inventory of the personal estate "of Mr. Thomas Gibb Senr. of Sandwich, lately deceased, who has left his personall Estate Intestate" The son, "Thomas Gibbs, exhibited the above presented ths 1 Feb 1732/3" on 23-Jan-1732/33.

Children of Thomas Gibbs and Alice Warren

Alice Warren

F, b. 2 Aug 1656, d. after 4 Mar 1692
Alice Warren|b. 2 Aug 1656\nd. after 4 Mar 1692|p3.htm#i104|Nathaniel Warren|b. circa 1624\nd. 21 Oct 1667|p3.htm#i105|Sarah Walker|b. 10 Nov 1622\nd. 24 Nov 1700|p3.htm#i106|Richard Warren|b. circa 1580\nd. circa 1628|p3.htm#i107|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1580\nd. 2 Oct 1673|p3.htm#i108|William Walker||p106.htm#i42103||||

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Alice Warren was born on 2-Aug-1656 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Nathaniel Warren and Sarah Walker. Alice married Thomas Gibbs, son of Thomas Gibbs, on 23-Dec-1674 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Alice Warren died after 4-Mar-1692. She died on 4-Mar-1691/92 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 35.
     She and Thomas Gibbs consented to sell land to James Warren on 4-Mar-1692. The Inventory of Alice Warren was taken by John Ellis, Mordecai Tupper and Obadiah Butler on 23-Jan-1723.

Children of Alice Warren and Thomas Gibbs

Nathaniel Warren

M, b. circa 1624, d. 21 Oct 1667
Nathaniel Warren|b. circa 1624\nd. 21 Oct 1667|p3.htm#i105|Richard Warren|b. circa 1580\nd. circa 1628|p3.htm#i107|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1580\nd. 2 Oct 1673|p3.htm#i108|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Nathaniel Warren was born circa 1624 at Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown). Nathaniel married Sarah Walker, daughter of William Walker, on 19-Nov-1645 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Nathaniel Warren died on 21-Oct-1667 at Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     He wrote a codicil on 16-Jul-1667; mentions his mother Elizabeth Warren, his brother Joseph Warren, and his sisters Mary Bartlett, Sr., Anna Little, Sarah Cookem Elizabeth Church, and Abigail Snow.

Children of Nathaniel Warren and Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker

F, b. 10 Nov 1622, d. 24 Nov 1700
Sarah Walker|b. 10 Nov 1622\nd. 24 Nov 1700|p3.htm#i106|William Walker||p106.htm#i42103||||||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Sarah Walker was baptized on 10-Nov-1622 at St. Olave's, Southwark, Surrey, England. She was the daughter of William Walker. Sarah married Nathaniel Warren, son of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), on 19-Nov-1645 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Sarah Walker died on 24-Nov-1700 at Plymouth County, Massachusetts, at age 78.

Children of Sarah Walker and Nathaniel Warren

Richard Warren

M, b. circa 1580, d. circa 1628

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Richard Warren was born circa 1580 at London, Middlesex, England. He was baptized on 24-Jan-1580 at St. Peter Cornhil, London, England. Richard married Elizabeth (Unknown) before 1610 at London, Middlesex, England. Richard Warren died circa 1628 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
      Governor Bradford wrote "Mr. Richard Warren lived some four or five years and had his wife come over to him, by whom he had two sons before [he] died, and on of them is married and hath two children. So his increase is four. But he had five daughters more came over with his wife, who are all married and living, and have many children."

In "Mourt's Relation" under date of "sixt of December" it is stated "and three of London, Richard Warren, Stephen Hopkins and EdwardnDotte..." This statement that he was from London is all we know about the origin of Richard Warren despite considerable research to learn more.

On 22-May-1627 Division of Cattle names Richard Warreh, wife Elizabeth Warren, Nathaniel Warren, Joseph Warren, Mary Warren, Anna Warren, Sara Warren, Elizabeth Warren, and Abigail Warren.

Children of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown)

Elizabeth (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1580, d. 2 Oct 1673

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Elizabeth (Unknown) was born circa 1580. She was born circa 1583 at London, Middlesex, England. Elizabeth married Richard Warren before 1610 at London, Middlesex, England. Elizabeth (Unknown) died on 2-Oct-1673 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; aged above 90.
     She was also known as Elizabeth Jouat. She immigrated in 1623 to Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; aboard the "Anne" with five daughters. On 7-Mar-1636/37 at court it was agreed that Elizabeth Warren, widow, the relict of Mr. Richard Warren, deceased, was to be a "Purchaser" as she had performed the bargain after her husband's decease, and also for confirming the land formerly given by her to her son-in-law Richard Church, Robert Bartlett and Thomas Little in marriage with their wives, her daughters.

Children of Elizabeth (Unknown) and Richard Warren

Joseph Warren

M, b. before 22 Mar 1626/27, d. 4 May 1689
Joseph Warren|b. before 22 Mar 1626/27\nd. 4 May 1689|p3.htm#i109|Richard Warren|b. circa 1580\nd. circa 1628|p3.htm#i107|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1580\nd. 2 Oct 1673|p3.htm#i108|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Joseph Warren was born before 22-Mar-1626/27 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown). Joseph married Priscilla Faunce, daughter of John Faunce and Patience Morton, in 1651/52 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Joseph Warren died on 4-May-1689 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Priscilla Faunce

F, b. 1633/34, d. 15 May 1707
Priscilla Faunce|b. 1633/34\nd. 15 May 1707|p3.htm#i110|John Faunce||p293.htm#i175941|Patience Morton||p293.htm#i175942|||||||||||||
      Priscilla Faunce was born in 1633/34 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Faunce and Patience Morton. Priscilla married Joseph Warren, son of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), in 1651/52 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Priscilla Faunce died on 15-May-1707 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Elizabeth Warren

F, b. circa 1616, d. 9 Mar 1669/70
Elizabeth Warren|b. circa 1616\nd. 9 Mar 1669/70|p3.htm#i111|Richard Warren|b. circa 1580\nd. circa 1628|p3.htm#i107|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1580\nd. 2 Oct 1673|p3.htm#i108|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Elizabeth Warren was born at Kent, England. She was born circa 1616 at London, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown). Elizabeth married Richard Church, son of George Church and Margaret Northup, before 14-Mar-1635 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Elizabeth married Richard Church, son of George Church and Margaret Northup, on 14-Nov-1635 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Elizabeth married William Green. Elizabeth Warren died on 9-Mar-1669/70 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     She emigrated in Jul-1623 from Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; on the ship Anne.

Mary Warren

F, b. circa 1610, d. 27 Mar 1683
Mary Warren|b. circa 1610\nd. 27 Mar 1683|p3.htm#i112|Richard Warren|b. circa 1580\nd. circa 1628|p3.htm#i107|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1580\nd. 2 Oct 1673|p3.htm#i108|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mary Warren was born circa 1610 at Greenwich, Kent, England. She was born circa 1610 at London, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown). Mary married Robert Bartlett, son of Perhaps Robert's father Robert Bartlett and Perhaps Robert's mother Alice Barker, after 22-May-1627; perhaps in 1629. Mary married Robert Bartlett, son of Perhaps Robert's father Robert Bartlett and Perhaps Robert's mother Alice Barker, on 28-Mar-1628 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Mary Warren died on 13-Feb-1678 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She died on 27-Mar-1683 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     On 4-Mar-1673/74 acknowledged she had received full satisfaction for her share of the estate of Mistris Elizabeth Warren, deceased; and John Cooke in behahlf of al;l her sisteres testified to the same. The court settled the remainder of the estate on Joseph Warren.

Child of Mary Warren and Robert Bartlett

Anna Warren

F, b. circa 1612, d. after 19 Feb 1675/76
Anna Warren|b. circa 1612\nd. after 19 Feb 1675/76|p3.htm#i113|Richard Warren|b. circa 1580\nd. circa 1628|p3.htm#i107|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1580\nd. 2 Oct 1673|p3.htm#i108|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Anna Warren was born circa 1612 at Kent, England. She was the daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown). Anna married Thomas Little on 19-Apr-1633 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Anna Warren died after 19-Feb-1675/76 at Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She died on 12-Jun-1677.
     On 6-Jun-1772 Anna Little "aged sixty years or thereabouts" deposed to the will of Ralph Chapman.

Abigail Warren

F, b. circa 1618, d. after 3 Jan 1691/92
Abigail Warren|b. circa 1618\nd. after 3 Jan 1691/92|p3.htm#i114|Richard Warren|b. circa 1580\nd. circa 1628|p3.htm#i107|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1580\nd. 2 Oct 1673|p3.htm#i108|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Abigail Warren was born circa 1615. She was born circa 1618 at Kent, England. She was the daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown). Abigail married Anthony Snow on 9-Jan-1638/39 at Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Abigail married Anthony Snow on 8-Nov-1639 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Abigail Warren died after 3-Jan-1691/92 at Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She died on 3-Jan-1692/93 at Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She died on 17-Mar-1713.

Sarah Warren

F, b. circa 1614, d. after 15 Jul 1696
Sarah Warren|b. circa 1614\nd. after 15 Jul 1696|p3.htm#i115|Richard Warren|b. circa 1580\nd. circa 1628|p3.htm#i107|Elizabeth (Unknown)|b. circa 1580\nd. 2 Oct 1673|p3.htm#i108|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Warren was born circa 1614 at Kent, England. She was the daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown). Sarah Warren was born circa 1616. Sarah married John Cooke, son of Francis Cooke and Hester Mahiew, on 28-Mar-1634 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Sarah Warren died on 15-Jul-1696 at Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She died after 15-Jul-1696 at Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

Children of Sarah Warren and John Cooke

Richard Church

M, b. circa 1608, d. 27 Dec 1668
Richard Church|b. circa 1608\nd. 27 Dec 1668|p3.htm#i116|George Church|b. 19 Jan 1586|p69.htm#i31010|Margaret Northup|b. circa 1586|p69.htm#i31011|||||||||||||
      Richard Church was born circa 1608 at England. He was the son of George Church and Margaret Northup. Richard married Elizabeth Warren, daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), before 14-Mar-1635 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Richard married Elizabeth Warren, daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), on 14-Nov-1635 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Richard Church died on 27-Dec-1668 at Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Richard was buried circa 28-Dec-1668 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     He resided at at Wessagusset later called, Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, on 19-Oct-1630. On 19-Oct-1630 Richard Church desired to become a freeman. He removed to at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, before 6-Feb-1631.
Richard's left a will on 25-Dec-1668 at Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

names wife Elizabeth Church; "my children" but he only names son Joseph.

On 26-Jan-1668/69 will sworn.

Robert Bartlett

M, b. 27 Apr 1603, d. between 19 Sep 1676 and 29 Oct 1676
Robert Bartlett|b. 27 Apr 1603\nd. between 19 Sep 1676 and 29 Oct 1676|p3.htm#i117|Perhaps Robert's father Robert Bartlett||p294.htm#i175943|Perhaps Robert's mother Alice Barker||p294.htm#i175944|||||||||||||
      Robert Bartlett was born on 27-Apr-1603 at Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of Perhaps Robert's father Robert Bartlett and Perhaps Robert's mother Alice Barker. Robert Bartlett was baptized on 27-May-1603 at Puddletown, Dorset, England. Robert married Mary Warren, daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), after 22-May-1627; perhaps in 1629. Robert married Mary Warren, daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), on 28-Mar-1628 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Robert Bartlett died between 19-Sep-1676 and 29-Oct-1676 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Robert's estate was proved on 29-Oct-1676.
     He immigrated in 1623 to Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; aboard the "Anne." On 27-Jun-1659 Robert Bartlett of Plymouth, cooper agreed to make good unto Benjamine Foster, son of Richard Foster, the sum £8 when Benjamin Foster reaches the age of four years or thereabouts.

Robert's left a will on 19-Sep-1676 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Child of Robert Bartlett and Mary Warren

Thomas Little

M, b. circa 1610, d. Mar 1671/72
      Thomas Little was born circa 1610 at Devonshire, England. Thomas married Anna Warren, daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), on 19-Apr-1633 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Thomas Little died in Mar-1671/72 at Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Thomas was buried on 12-Mar-1671/72 at Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     On 25-Mar-1633 on the tax list for Plymouth.

Thomas's left a will on 17-May-1671

names wife; sons Isacke and Ephriam; younger sons Thomas and Samuel; grand child John Jones; Sarah Bonney (no relationship stated).

The Inventory of Thomas Little was taken sworn to by Anna Little in Jul-1672. On 1-Jul-1672 will exhibited.

Anthony Snow

M, b. circa 1615, d. Aug 1692
      Anthony Snow was born circa 1615 at England. Anthony married Abigail Warren, daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), on 9-Jan-1638/39 at Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Anthony married Abigail Warren, daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), on 8-Nov-1639 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Anthony Snow died in Aug-1692 at Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

John Cooke

M, b. between Jan 1607 and Mar 1607, d. 23 Nov 1695
John Cooke|b. between Jan 1607 and Mar 1607\nd. 23 Nov 1695|p3.htm#i120|Francis Cooke|b. circa 1583\nd. 7 Apr 1663|p62.htm#i28219|Hester Mahiew|b. 1592\nd. after 8 Jun 1666|p63.htm#i28220|||||||||||||
     John Cooke was baptized in 1607 at Leyden, Netherlands. He was baptized between Jan-1607 and Mar-1607 at Leiden Walloon Church, Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands. He was born in Jan-1606/7 at Leyden, South Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Francis Cooke and Hester Mahiew. John married Sarah Warren, daughter of Richard Warren and Elizabeth (Unknown), on 28-Mar-1634 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. John Cooke died on 23-Nov-1695 at Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. John's estate was proved on 16-Apr-1696.
     He Separetis; baptist. He immigrated on 11-Nov-1620 to Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; aboard the "Mayflower."
John's left a will on 9-Nov-1694 at Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

names wife Sarah; son-in-law Arthur Hathaway and his wife Sarah; sonin-in-law Stephen West and wife Mercy; Jonathan Delano; grandson Thomas Taber; granddaughter Hester Perry.

Children of John Cooke and Sarah Warren

Martin Luther Reno

M, b. 2 Jul 1816, d. 28 Feb 1891
Martin Luther Reno|b. 2 Jul 1816\nd. 28 Feb 1891|p3.htm#i121|Benjamin Reno|b. 27 Jul 1789\nd. 25 Mar 1865|p3.htm#i123|Catherine Swick|b. 8 Jan 1791\nd. 24 Dec 1858|p3.htm#i124|William Reno|b. 2 Sep 1767\nd. 1824|p3.htm#i125|Amanda C. Patterson||p3.htm#i126|Supposed father of Catherine John Swick|b. 18 Jan 1760|p402.htm#i431048||||

Relationship=2nd great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=Great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Martin Luther Reno was born on 2-Jul-1816 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Benjamin Reno and Catherine Swick. Martin Luther Reno was born on 11-Jul-1816 at Sewickley Twp., Beaver County, Pennsylvania. He was born on 11-Jul-1817. Martin married Hannah Iddings, daughter of Joseph Iddings and Hannah Hoopes, on 18-Mar-1841. Martin Luther Reno died on 28-Feb-1891 at Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 74. Martin was buried at Harmony Baptist Cemetery, SE of Newcastle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
     He a Baptist.

New Castle News 4 March 1891 page 11

Martin Reno, of Shenango township, died Thursday morning at 8 o'clock. He attended the local election on Tuesday, February 17th, and took a slight cold that quickly developed into a violent attack of pneumonia. The strong physique that had borne the burden of 72 years was unable to resist the disease. Wednesday night it was realized that the end was near and the following morning he died.

Mr. Reno's long life has been passed in the vicinity of New Castle. Almost 50 years ago he married Miss Hannah Iddings. The old people talked recently of their half century of married life and were planning to celebrate their golden wedding. These conversations are now remembered with sadness.

The deceased was a man of wonderful physical and mental energy, and his massive frame was accompanied by a wonderful largeness of heart that endeared him to all. In connection with his many personal interest he always had time to devote to public and religious duties and was ever active in the affairs of his county and township. He was a deacon of the First Baptist church, of this city and for many years treasurer of the Baptist Association. In the erection of the beautiful new building now used by the congregation, he was the largest contributor and his perseverance added to the success of the work.

At the time of the dedication Mr. and Mrs. Reno entertained the congregation at the church with a sumptuous feast. A marked characteristic of his life was that he always accomplished whatever he undertook, and in this the determination of his true hearted wife was his support.

Some years ago Mr. Reno gave to each of his sons, $4,000, but the family estate is large. The heirs are Lafayette and Samuel P. Reno, of Shenango township, Joseph Reno, of Edinboro, Pa., and his daughter Josephine, now the wife of Prof. Charles Swift of Erie county.

The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Henry Madtes, of this city. Services will be held at the house at 10 o'clock Sunday morning and the remains taken to the Harmony Baptist church, where further ceremonies will be observed and the interment will take place.



He lived in days when entertainment and recreation was scarce and tough. Wrestling with no holds barred was a favorite. Han and another were hard at it when hw was in danger of losing an eye, so he bit the man's thumb off. The neighbor took it to court which was against the rules and Gr-grandfather was incensed over it. When the judge awarded the neighbor $5.00 to be baid then and there, gr-grandfather rolled off two bills, the judge said "no, Mr. Reno, I said $5.00", and gr-grandfather said, "that's for the other one, and I'll get it when I can."

letter from Carrie St. John to Roger Reno, April 23, 1977 on 23-Apr-1977.

Census30-Aug-1850Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, real estate value $2,000.00
Census1860Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
Census25-Jun-1880Shenango Twp., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania
Occupation25-Jun-1880a farmer
Occupationfarmer

Children of Martin Luther Reno and Hannah Iddings

Sarah Thomas

F, b. 19 Oct 1663, d. 27 Mar 1727
Sarah Thomas|b. 19 Oct 1663\nd. 27 Mar 1727|p3.htm#i122|Thomas Powell||p290.htm#i172093|Elizabeth (Unknown)||p290.htm#i172094|||||||||||||
     Sarah Thomas was baptized on 19-Oct-1663 at Wales. She was the daughter of Thomas Powell and Elizabeth (Unknown). Sarah married Richard Iddings, son of William Idwyns and Ursula (Unknown), on 26-Apr-1683 at Wales. Sarah Thomas died on 27-Mar-1727 at Nantmeal, Chester County, Pennsylvania, at age 63. Sarah's estate was proved on 28-Sep-1727.
     Her baptism name was Margaret Powell.
Sarah's left a will on 27-Mar-1727

To Richad, son of William hidings, a mare. To William son of do To my son. John. do. To Sarah Rowlston. do. To my son Richard, one shilling. To my daughter Elizabeth, one shilling. To Sarah Moore and Margaret Cooper, wearing apparel. To Mary, daughter of Wlliam Iddings. bed, etc. To my daughter Ann, one shining. Remainder to my son William. also executor.
Signed by X mark.
Witnesses: Margaret Leans. Edward Thomas.

Benjamin Reno

M, b. 27 Jul 1789, d. 25 Mar 1865
Benjamin Reno|b. 27 Jul 1789\nd. 25 Mar 1865|p3.htm#i123|William Reno|b. 2 Sep 1767\nd. 1824|p3.htm#i125|Amanda Catherine Patterson||p3.htm#i126|Benjamin Reno|b. 3 Feb 1739/40|p3.htm#i127|Jane Bell|b. 1746\nd. between 1833 and 1836|p3.htm#i128|||||||

Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Benjamin Reno was born on 27-Jul-1789 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of William Reno and Amanda Catherine Patterson. Benjamin married Catherine Swick, daughter of Supposed father of Catherine John Swick, on 7-Jun-1810 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Benjamin Reno died on 25-Mar-1865 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania, at age 75. Benjamin was buried on 28-Mar-1865 at North Sewickley (formerly Upper Presbyterian) Cemetery near, Ellwood City, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
     He served in Captain Thomas Henry's Company, 13 Regiment between 12-Jan-1814 and 21-Mar-1814.
Benjamin's left a will on 29-May-1865 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania.
Census30-Sep-1850North Swickley Twp., Beaver County, Pennsylvania, real estate value 1,000.00
in the household
Maria Reno age 12 b. Pennsylvania
Census21-Jul-1860North Swickley Twp., Beaver County, Pennsylvania
Census-Occ30-Sep-1850a farmer
Occupationa chemist and a farmer

Children of Benjamin Reno and Catherine Swick

Catherine Swick

F, b. 8 Jan 1791, d. 24 Dec 1858
Catherine Swick|b. 8 Jan 1791\nd. 24 Dec 1858|p3.htm#i124|Supposed father of Catherine John Swick|b. 18 Jan 1760|p402.htm#i431048||||Martin Swick||p402.htm#i437699||||||||||

Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Catherine Swick was born on 8-Jan-1791 at New Jersey. She was born on 8-Jan-1791 at Greenwich Twp., Sussex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Supposed father of Catherine John Swick. Catherine married Benjamin Reno, son of William Reno and Amanda Catherine Patterson, on 7-Jun-1810 at Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Catherine Swick died on 24-Dec-1858 at Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, at age 67. Catherine was buried at North Sewickley (formerly Upper Presbyterian) Cemetery near, Ellwood City, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
     She was also known as Catherine Sewick.
Census30-Sep-1850North Swickley Twp., Beaver County, Pennsylvania, real estate value 1,000.00
in the household
Maria Reno age 12 b. Pennsylvania

Children of Catherine Swick and Benjamin Reno

William Reno

M, b. 2 Sep 1767, d. 1824
William Reno|b. 2 Sep 1767\nd. 1824|p3.htm#i125|Benjamin Reno|b. 3 Feb 1739/40|p3.htm#i127|Jane Bell|b. 1746\nd. between 1833 and 1836|p3.htm#i128|John Reno|b. 13 Apr 1715\nd. 14 Jun 1806|p3.htm#i129|Susannah Thorn|b. 17 Nov 1719\nd. 29 Aug 1773|p3.htm#i130|Robert Bell Sr.|b. between 1700 and 1710\nd. between 1772 and 1773|p152.htm#i95536|Agnes Fleming|b. between 1700 and 1710\nd. between 1780 and 1789|p152.htm#i95537|

Relationship=4th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      William Reno was born on 2-Sep-1767 at Patterson Creek, Hampshire County, Virgina. He was born on 2-Sep-1767 at Beaver Falls, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Benjamin Reno and Jane Bell. William married Amanda Catherine Patterson circa 1789 at Pennsylvania. William Reno died in 1824 at Beaver or Lawrence County, Pennsylvania; he died as a result of a fall from a bridge he was building over the Big Beaver Riverand broke his neck.
     He was also known as William Renault.
Occupationa farmer and bridge builder

Children of William Reno and Amanda Catherine Patterson

Amanda Catherine Patterson

F

Relationship=4th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Amanda married William Reno, son of Benjamin Reno and Jane Bell, circa 1789 at Pennsylvania.

Children of Amanda Catherine Patterson and William Reno

Benjamin Reno

M, b. 3 Feb 1739/40
Benjamin Reno|b. 3 Feb 1739/40|p3.htm#i127|John Reno|b. 13 Apr 1715\nd. 14 Jun 1806|p3.htm#i129|Susannah Thorn|b. 17 Nov 1719\nd. 29 Aug 1773|p3.htm#i130|Lewis d. Reynaud|b. circa 1676\nd. 27 Jan 1755|p36.htm#i17827|Anne (Unknown)||p132.htm#i73551|William Thorn|b. circa 1685\nd. 1761|p132.htm#i73546|Mary Peck|b. 1679|p132.htm#i73547|

Relationship=5th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Benjamin Reno was born on 2-Feb-1739/40 at Fauquier County, Virgina. He was born on 3-Feb-1740 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He was born on 3-Feb-1739/40 at Fauquier County, Virgina. He was the son of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. Benjamin married Jane Bell, daughter of Robert Bell Sr. and Agnes Fleming, on 26-Nov-1766 at Patterson Creek, Hampshire County, Virgina. Benjamin's estate was proved on 19-Jul-1783 at Washington County, Pennsylvania.
     He was also known as Benjamin Renau. He was also known as Benjamin Rennoe. He was also known as Benjamin Renault. He resided at at Chartiers Creek, Washington County, Pennsylvania, circa 1765; on the right bank of Chartiers creek, opposite of is now (1889) called Bower Hill, where he took up some 400 acres of land. He He served in the Revolutionary War in Captain Joseph Cisna's 5th Company, 2nd Batallion from Washington County, PA Militia circa 1777.
Benjamin's left a will on 25-Sep-1782



"In the name of God Amen, I Benjamin Reno being weak in body but in perfect mind and memory and in my proper senses, therefore calling to mind the immortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men one to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament. And first I recommend my spirit to God and give it and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like manner at the ? of my executors not doubting but at the resurrection I shall receive the same again by the Almighty power of God, and as touching such worthy estate as it hath pleased God to bless on me in this life I give demise and dispose of in the following like manner; and first, I do appoint and ordain my wife and my son William executors of this my last will and testament, and I do also appoint William Bell my wife's brother as Guardian Executor over my son William till he comes of age. I leave and bequeath my whole estate both real and personal in the hands of my beloved wife Jean Reno for the use of maintaining and raising my children and giving them regular education; this whole power invested in her during her widowhood investing and defending in my two step children John Savers and Liddie Savers their is a certain estate from their father many hands coming which I leave to their choice when they come to lawful age to have that and no more; or other ways to have an equal part of my whole estate both real and personal with the rest of my children if they shall make choice to have an equal part with the rest of my children when they come to lawful age then they shall give good and lawful recipts for their whole estates which is my hands coming to them from their father and when my children shall be grown up inclining to take their estate in their own hand to be their part to be appraised to them as she shall give it to them and at my wifes marriage or decease then my children is to have my whole estate equally divided among them allowing such just accounts and due credits being given by the Executor so that one shall not receive one penny more than another, to them their heirs and assigns forever. And I do hereby evoke disallow and disannul all other former wills legacies or bequeaths ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament in witness whereof I have hereunder set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty fifth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty two.
Benjamin Reno."

Children of Benjamin Reno and Jane Bell

Jane Bell

F, b. 1746, d. between 1833 and 1836
Jane Bell|b. 1746\nd. between 1833 and 1836|p3.htm#i128|Robert Bell Sr.|b. between 1700 and 1710\nd. between 1772 and 1773|p152.htm#i95536|Agnes Fleming|b. between 1700 and 1710\nd. between 1780 and 1789|p152.htm#i95537|||||||William Fleeming|b. circa 1665|p189.htm#i104527|Janet Clark|b. circa 1669|p273.htm#i156156|

Relationship=5th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Jane Bell was born in 1740 at Hampshire County, West Virginia. She was born in 1746. She was the daughter of Robert Bell Sr. and Agnes Fleming. Jane married Rev. (Unknown) Lewis. Jane married John or Charles Saviers, son of Nicholas Seaver. Jane married Benjamin Reno, son of John Reno and Susannah Thorn, on 26-Nov-1766 at Patterson Creek, Hampshire County, Virgina. Jane married (Unknown) Hultz after 1790 at Allegheny, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Jane Bell died in 1823. She died between 1833 and 1836 at Saint Clair, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. She died circa 1844. Jane was buried at Bethel Park Cemetery, Bethel Park, Pennsylvania.
     She was also known as Jean Bell. She was also known as Jane Saviers.
Jane's left a will on 19-Jul-1783

William Bell, the brother of Jane Bell Reno was named quardian of her minor son William Reno until he became of age.

On 1784 She was listed on the tax list for Washington County, PA.
She recieved a patent #123 for 342 acres on Chartiers Creek on 28-Jul-1786 at Chartiers Creek, Washington County, Pennsylvania. On 1787 She was listed on the tax list for Washington County, PA.
On 1788 She was listed on the tax list for Washington County, PA.

Children of Jane Bell and John or Charles Saviers

Children of Jane Bell and Benjamin Reno

John Reno

M, b. 13 Apr 1715, d. 14 Jun 1806
John Reno|b. 13 Apr 1715\nd. 14 Jun 1806|p3.htm#i129|Lewis de Reynaud|b. circa 1676\nd. 27 Jan 1755|p36.htm#i17827|Anne (Unknown)||p132.htm#i73551|Pierre d. Reynaud|b. circa 1640\nd. 12 Sep 1718|p3.htm#i131|Sarah Regnaut|b. 1648\nd. 17 Oct 1721|p3.htm#i132|||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Reno was born on 13-Apr-1715 at Stafford County, Virgina. He was born on 13-Apr-1715 at Manassas, Prince William County, Virgina; Now Prince William County. He was the son of Lewis de Reynaud and Anne (Unknown). John married Susannah Thorn, daughter of William Thorn and Mary Peck, on 7-Nov-1737. John married Susannah Thorn, daughter of William Thorn and Mary Peck, on 17-Nov-1737 at Virgina. John Reno died on 21-Aug-1771 at age 56. He died in 1790. He died in 1806 at Washington County, Tennessee. He died on 14-Jun-1806 at Elizabethton, Carter County, Tennessee, at age 91.
      Family bible, as described in letter from I. A. Reneau (appendix in Guy Reno 1972) has name spelled as Reneau.

Born on the Patent of 1710 obtained by Lewis Reno from Clermont Chevalle, at the confluence of the Occoquain River with Broad Run in Prince William Co., VA. Was living there when Faquier Co. was formed out of Prince William Co. in 1749. Records of him living in Frederick Co. (NJ) in 1758 and 1760. (Reno Family Tree by Marshall H. Reno). On Mar. 5, 1764, he and wife Susannah "of Frederick County" sold land in Prince William Co. to William French, except 1/2 acre for the graveyard described as land left him by his father Lewis Reno (Prince William Co. Deed Book Q, pp. 147, 165). In 1764, John Reneau also transferred 600 acres on Patterson's Creek, Hampshire Co., VA with other transfers listed in 1769, 1770, and 1771.

Between 1784 and 1787, John Reno and nine of his children moved to Washington Co., which later became Carter Co., TN, and where he died. Family is described in detail in manuscripts on Reno family by Guy Reno and Sherman Reno.

The following was contributed by Daniel Seelye, SeelyeDan@classic.msn.com: JOHN RENO/RENEAU, removed to Tennessee Country with a number of his children and, during the State of Franklin controversy there between Colonel JOHN TIPTON and Colonel JOHN SEVIER, we find the following: "I hereby give public notice that there will be an election held the 3rd Friday in August next at JOHN RENNOE's near Sickamore Sholes where Charles Robertson formerly lived to choose members to represent Washington County in General Assembly of North Carolina...'." Colonel Tipton was, by his oath as representative of the North Carolina law in the Washington District of North Carolina, opposed to the treasonable act of establishing the State of Franklin which was being organized under Colonel, later General, John Sevier. As JOHN RENO had both Sevier and Tipton daughter- in-laws and this conflict had broken out into an armed one, John's situation must have been acute. However, as we see by the advertisement dated July 19,
1786, quoted above from Ramsey's "Annals of Tennessee", page 338, JOHN RENO must have sided with Colonel John Tipton, whose sister (or niece) was married to Reno's son Charles. "Sicamore Scholes" was on the Watauga River, near the site where the first cabin built by white men in Tennessee Country was erected in 1768. From 1787, John and Charles Reno/Reneau are found in the tax lists for Washington County, Tennessee (North Carolina). (East Tennessee Genealogical Magazine, Vols. 34, p. 126, and 35, p. 108, et seq.)

On 14 June 1806, John Reno made his will, witnessed by JOHN DUNLAP, WILLIAM LACEY, and SAMUEL TIPTON (son of Colonel John Tipton and husband of Susannah Reneau, daughter of the Reverend William Reneau, see above). In this will, he mentions his sons WILLIAM RENO, BENJAMIN RENO, JOHN RENO, GEORGE RENO, LEWIS RENO, FRANCIS RENO, THOMAS RENO, and CHARLES, who was residuary legatee, and daughters SARAH RODGERS, MARY CALVIN, MARGARET VANCE; CHARLES is named executor, (Original Wills, File No. 2, Office of County Court Clerk, Elizabethton, Carter County, Tennessee; Virginia Magazine of History, vol. 9, p. 12; Tyler's Quarterly, vol. 4.).

Some of John and Susannah's children moved into Pennsylvania and settled there.

He was also known as John Reneau. He was also known as John Renault. He was also known as Jean Reno.
John Reno purchased 293 acres of Land in Hampshire County, VA in 1761.

John Reno purchased 160 acres in Hampshire County, VA in 1762.
He sold land 600 acres on Paterson's creek, Hampshire County, VA.
Other transfers occuredin 1769, 1771, and 1771 in 1764. He resided at at Frederick County, Virgina, on 5-Mar-1764. He sold land to William French land which was bequeathe to said John Reno by his father Lewis Reno deceased except one-half acred which is the family grave yard. Recorded in Prince William County, VA on 5-Mar-1764.

Children of John Reno and Susannah Thorn

Susannah Thorn

F, b. 17 Nov 1719, d. 29 Aug 1773
Susannah Thorn|b. 17 Nov 1719\nd. 29 Aug 1773|p3.htm#i130|William Thorn|b. circa 1685\nd. 1761|p132.htm#i73546|Mary Peck|b. 1679|p132.htm#i73547|||||||Possibly father of Mary Robert Peck||p136.htm#i81818|Possibly mother of Mary Margaret (Unknown)||p136.htm#i81819|

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Susannah Thorn was born on 17-Nov-1719 at Prince William County, Virgina. She was the daughter of William Thorn and Mary Peck. Susannah married John Reno, son of Lewis de Reynaud and Anne (Unknown), on 7-Nov-1737. Susannah married John Reno, son of Lewis de Reynaud and Anne (Unknown), on 17-Nov-1737 at Virgina. Susannah Thorn died on 29-Aug-1771 at Possibly, Brownsville, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, at age 51; previously Virgninia. She died on 29-Aug-1773 at Brownsville or Patterson Creek, Pennsylvania, at age 53. She died on 29-Aug-1773 at Romney, Hampshire County, West Virginia, at age 53.
     She was also known as Susanna Thorn. She was also known as Susannah Thorne. She was also known as Susanne Thorne. Susannah is said to have died in PA in 1773. Her name does not appear in 1771 with John Reno on his last deed record in Hampshire County, VA in 1773.

Children of Susannah Thorn and John Reno

Pierre de Reynaud

M, b. circa 1640, d. 12 Sep 1718
Pierre de Reynaud|b. circa 1640\nd. 12 Sep 1718|p3.htm#i131|Gen. Louis de Reynaud|b. circa 1600\nd. 1644|p150.htm#i92627|Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin||p150.htm#i92628|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Pierre de Reynaud was born circa 1640 at Paris, France. He was the son of Gen. Louis de Reynaud and Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin. Pierre de Reynaud was born circa 1654 at France. Pierre married Sarah Regnaut, daughter of Jean Regnaut and Ester du Rex du Pont, circa 1675 at Plsce Les Clouseau in Bleis, Paris, France. Pierre de Reynaud died on 12-Sep-1718 at Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. He died on 10-May-1744 at France.
      The Reneaus/Renos were French Hugenots who fled from the persecutions of the Roman Catholic Church after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes by King
Louis XIV of France, in 1685. We do not know exactly the section of France where the Reneaus lived prior to their emigration to England, but there is some evidence that the family of the Reneau emigre had lived in Paris at some time before they escaped from France. The name is found in early records spelled Renaud, Reynoud, Renoe, Renno, etc.

He was also known as Peter Raynaud. He was also known as Peter de Reynaud. He was also known as Pierre Raynaud. On between 1685 and 1687 Pobably went to England with his brothers Louis and Benjamin. His wife Sarah and their children probably joined him in the spring of 1688, having left France by the normal channels which required emmigrants to abjure Protestantism and take mass as Catholics.
On 19-Aug-1688 Peter Reynaud and his family were granted a Letter of Denization

1. PETER (PIERRE) REYNAUD.
"August 19, 1688. Denization to severall persons, Our will and pleasure
is that you prepare A Bill for our Royall Signature, to passe our Greate
Seale, for the making of -- PETER RENAUD; SARAH, his wife; PETER; LEWIS;
ESTHER; and MARQUE FRANCISCA, their children; being all aliens
borne, free Denizens of this our Kingdome of England. And that they and every
one of them have and enjoy all rights, privileges and immunityes, as other
French made free Denizens, do now enjoy. Provided they live and continue
with their familys within our Kingdome, or elsewhere within our Dominions. And
the sayd Denization to be forthwith passed under the Great Seale, without any
fees or charges whatsoever to be payd by the sayd persons in the passing
thereof. And for so doing, etc. Dated at Windsor the 19th day of August,
1688. To our Attorney or Solicitor Generall.
James II, Rex"
(S.P. Dom. Car. 11, Entry Book 67, 1688 August 19, Patent Roll Oct. 10,
1688, P.R. 4, james II, part 10; Historical Mss., Commission Reports; Hugenont
Society of London, Reports, Vol. 18; List of Naturalizations and Denizations
in England and Ireland, 1600-1700.)
These are the only Renauds/Reynauds listed as naturalized or receiving
denization in London in October 1688.
By the Act of 1708, all prior prerogative denizations were converted into
parliamentary naturalizations, retrospectively [Blackstone], and repel of this
Act in 1711 did not disturb the validity of these naturalizations which had
already vested under the previous Act.

Children of Pierre de Reynaud and Sarah Regnaut

Sarah Regnaut

F, b. 1648, d. 17 Oct 1721
Sarah Regnaut|b. 1648\nd. 17 Oct 1721|p3.htm#i132|Jean Regnaut||p151.htm#i92631|Ester du Rex du Pont||p151.htm#i92632|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Regnaut was born in 1648 at St. Tciat, Arteis, France. She was the daughter of Jean Regnaut and Ester du Rex du Pont. Sarah married Pierre de Reynaud, son of Gen. Louis de Reynaud and Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin, circa 1675 at Plsce Les Clouseau in Bleis, Paris, France. Sarah Regnaut died on 17-Oct-1721.
     She was also known as Sarah Ragnault.

Children of Sarah Regnaut and Pierre de Reynaud

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