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John Reno Jr.

M, b. 16 Apr 1746, d. 1839
John Reno Jr.|b. 16 Apr 1746\nd. 1839|p36.htm#i17817|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Reno Jr. was born on 16-Apr-1746 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He was born on 16-Apr-1746 at Fauquier County, Virgina. He was the son of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. John married Elizabeth Debolt on 17-Oct-1769 at Hampshire County, West Virginia. John Reno Jr. died in 1839 at Somerville, Morgan County, Alabama.
     He was also known as John David Reneau.

Mary Reno

F, b. 6 Nov 1748
Mary Reno|b. 6 Nov 1748|p36.htm#i17818|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-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mary Reno was born on 6-Nov-1748 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. She was born on 6-Nov-1748 at Fauquier County, Virgina. She was the daughter of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. Mary married John Calvin on 6-Jan-1765 at Hampshire County, Virgina.
     Mary Reno was also known as Mary Susannah Reneau.

George Reno

M, b. 1 Sep 1751, d. 1834
George Reno|b. 1 Sep 1751\nd. 1834|p36.htm#i17819|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      George Reno was born on 1-Sep-1751 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He was born on 1-Sep-1751 at Prince William County, Virgina. He was the son of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. George married Peggy Dugan before 1780. George Reno died in 1834 at Switzerland County, Indiana.

Charles Reno

M, b. 14 Mar 1754, d. 4 Aug 1828
Charles Reno|b. 14 Mar 1754\nd. 4 Aug 1828|p36.htm#i17820|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Charles Reno was born on 14-Mar-1754 at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He was born on 14-Mar-1754 at Fauquier County, Virgina. He was the son of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. Charles married Alice Elizabeth Tipton on 8-Aug-1771 at Shenandoah County, Virgina. Charles Reno died on 4-Aug-1828 at Albany, Clinton County, Kentucky, at age 74. He died on 4-Aug-1828 at Albany, Cumberland County, Kentucky, at age 74.
     He was also known as Charles Reneau.

Lewis Reno

M, b. 30 Jan 1756, d. 1795
Lewis Reno|b. 30 Jan 1756\nd. 1795|p36.htm#i17821|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Lewis Reno was born on 30-Jan-1756 at Frederick County, Virgina. He was the son of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. Lewis married Margaret Evans on 29-Mar-1778 at Washington County, Pennsylvania. Lewis Reno died in 1795 at Sanduskytown, Ohio.
     He was also known as Lt. Lewis Reneau.

Rev. Francis Reno

M, b. 7 Feb 1758, d. 12 Aug 1836
Rev. Francis Reno|b. 7 Feb 1758\nd. 12 Aug 1836|p36.htm#i17822|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Rev. Francis Reno was born on 7-Feb-1758 at Frederick County, Virgina. He was born on 7-Feb-1758 at Richmond, Virgina. He was the son of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. Francis married Lydia Saviers, daughter of John or Charles Saviers and Jane Bell, on 15-Jun-1784 at Pennsylvania. Rev. Francis Reno died on 12-Aug-1836 at Rochester, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, at age 78. Francis was buried after 12-Aug-1837 at Old Beaver Cemetery, Beaver, Beaver County, Pennsylvania.
     He was also known as Capt. Francis Reneau.
Occupation1789an Episcopal Clergyman. He was the first minister of any denomination to hold religious sevices in the Sewickley Valley.

Thomas Means Reno

M, b. 4 Apr 1760, d. circa 1840
Thomas Means Reno|b. 4 Apr 1760\nd. circa 1840|p36.htm#i17823|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Thomas Means Reno was born on 4-Apr-1760 at Frederick County, Virgina. He was the son of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. Thomas married Jane Ramsey in 1782. Thomas Means Reno died circa 1840 at Jefferson County, Tennessee.

Margaret Reno

F, b. 21 Sep 1762, d. 16 Oct 1850
Margaret Reno|b. 21 Sep 1762\nd. 16 Oct 1850|p36.htm#i17824|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-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Margaret Reno was born on 2-Sep-1762. She was born on 21-Sep-1762 at White County, Tennessee. She was the daughter of John Reno and Susannah Thorn. Margaret married James Vance on 28-Jan-1782. Margaret Reno died on 16-Oct-1850 at Industry, McDonough County, Illinois, at age 88. She died on 16-Oct-1850 at McDonough County, Illinois, at age 88.
     She was also known as Margaret Reneau.

Pierre Louis Raynaud

M, b. between 1668 and 1687
Pierre Louis Raynaud|b. between 1668 and 1687|p36.htm#i17825|Pierre de Reynaud|b. circa 1640\nd. 12 Sep 1718|p3.htm#i131|Sarah Regnaut|b. 1648\nd. 17 Oct 1721|p3.htm#i132|Gen. Louis d. Reynaud|b. circa 1600\nd. 1644|p150.htm#i92627|Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin||p150.htm#i92628|Jean Regnaut||p151.htm#i92631|Ester d. R. d. Pont||p151.htm#i92632|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Pierre Louis Raynaud was born between 1668 and 1687 at Blois, Paris, France. He was the son of Pierre de Reynaud and Sarah Regnaut.
      Probably was the Peter Reynaud who took passage to the James River in the Colony of Virginia with other Huguenot settlers of Manakin Town on the ship Peter and Anthony which landed there on 20 September 1700. Large movement of abt. 500 French Huguenots from England to Virginia sent in four vessels to the James River at Manakin Town, 20 miles above the Falls of the James River and northwest of the present site of Richmond.

Marque Frances Raynaud

F, b. between 1668 and 1687
Marque Frances Raynaud|b. between 1668 and 1687|p36.htm#i17826|Pierre de Reynaud|b. circa 1640\nd. 12 Sep 1718|p3.htm#i131|Sarah Regnaut|b. 1648\nd. 17 Oct 1721|p3.htm#i132|Gen. Louis d. Reynaud|b. circa 1600\nd. 1644|p150.htm#i92627|Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin||p150.htm#i92628|Jean Regnaut||p151.htm#i92631|Ester d. R. d. Pont||p151.htm#i92632|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Marque Frances Raynaud was born between 1668 and 1687. She was the daughter of Pierre de Reynaud and Sarah Regnaut. Frances married Peter De Labilliere on 2-Feb-1708/9 at Saint Bennet's, Upper Thames Street, England.
     Marque Frances Raynaud was also known as Marque Froncoise Reynaud. She was also known as Philippe Francois Renault.

Lewis de Reynaud

M, b. circa 1676, d. 27 Jan 1755
Lewis de Reynaud|b. circa 1676\nd. 27 Jan 1755|p36.htm#i17827|Pierre de Reynaud|b. circa 1640\nd. 12 Sep 1718|p3.htm#i131|Sarah Regnaut|b. 1648\nd. 17 Oct 1721|p3.htm#i132|Gen. Louis d. Reynaud|b. circa 1600\nd. 1644|p150.htm#i92627|Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin||p150.htm#i92628|Jean Regnaut||p151.htm#i92631|Ester d. R. d. Pont||p151.htm#i92632|

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Lewis de Reynaud was born circa 1676 at Plsce Les Clouseau in Blois, Paris, France. He was born circa 1676 at Valence, Dauphine, France. He was the son of Pierre de Reynaud and Sarah Regnaut. Lewis married Anne (Unknown) circa 1703 at Stafford County, Virgina. Lewis de Reynaud died on 27-Jan-1755 at On the Patent, Prince William County, Virgina.
     He was also known as Lewis Reno Jr. He was also known as Peter Lewis Raynaud. He was also known as Lewis Reno Sr. He was also known as Louis Renault. He was also known as Lewis Renoe. He immigrated between 1696 and 1699; Lewis Reno probably went to the Northern Neck of Virginia about 1696/98, possibly landing at one of the ports in Stafford County, i.e., Aquia, Dumfries, or Occoquan.
Lewis de Reynaud purchased 100 acres of land from John Allen for 2100 Pounds of tobacco on 25-Feb-1700.
He was naturalized; Marshall Reno "Reno Family Tree" says he was naturalized as Peter Lewis Raynaud, and his father was a general in the French army, Vassel of the duc de Crequy.
Lewis de Reynaud purchased Patent 968 acres Occaquan River & Broad Run on 24-Aug-1710.

Lewis de Reynaud purchased 486 acres on Cedar Run, presently located east of Brentsville and Sout of Manassas. jointly with Lewis Tacquett (Tackett, Sr.) on 28-Aug-1711.
On 1724 "Tenders of tobacco in Overwarton Parish"

Lewis Renoe tithables not entered 11,310 plants
Thomas Renoe
Menry Moffett
Lewis Renoe, Jr.
Francis Renoe
Gabriel Moffett.
He helped build the Elk Run Church in 1752 1752.
Occupationafter 1710a tobacco merchandiser

Children of Lewis de Reynaud and Anne (Unknown)

Esther Raynaud

F, b. between 1668 and 1687
Esther Raynaud|b. between 1668 and 1687|p36.htm#i17830|Pierre de Reynaud|b. circa 1640\nd. 12 Sep 1718|p3.htm#i131|Sarah Regnaut|b. 1648\nd. 17 Oct 1721|p3.htm#i132|Gen. Louis d. Reynaud|b. circa 1600\nd. 1644|p150.htm#i92627|Frances D'Hamel de Douvrin||p150.htm#i92628|Jean Regnaut||p151.htm#i92631|Ester d. R. d. Pont||p151.htm#i92632|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Esther Raynaud was born between 1668 and 1687. She was the daughter of Pierre de Reynaud and Sarah Regnaut. Esther married David Samuel Malide.

Daniel Mark Smith

M

Lambert Janse Bosch

M
     Lambert married Sarah De Plancken, daughter of Jacques Deplancque and Sara Fauconnier, on 1-Jan-1663 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
     Lambert Janse Bosch resided at at Oetmarsum before 1663.

Jan Pieterse Monfoort

M, b. 23 Feb 1647/48, d. 1737
Jan Pieterse Monfoort|b. 23 Feb 1647/48\nd. 1737|p36.htm#i17836|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p4.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p5.htm#i274|Jean Montfort|b. 11 Oct 1583|p44.htm#i20454|Jacqueline Moreau|b. 31 Dec 1578|p44.htm#i20455|Jacques Deplancque|b. circa 1576\nd. before Apr 1617|p44.htm#i20269|Sara Fauconnier|b. circa 1579\nd. after 1636|p44.htm#i20270|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Jan Pieterse Monfoort was baptized on 23-Feb-1647/48 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He was born on 23-Feb-1647/48. He was baptized after 23-Feb-1647/48 at Dutch Reformed Church, Wallabout, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Pierre Montfort and Sarah De Plancken. Jan married Gertien Pieters Luyster, daughter of Pieter Cornelise Luyster and Aeltje Tyssen, before 1686; 1st marriage Jan, according to SpellTuis Bergen, in Early Settlers of Kings County, assumes that she became the wiofe of Jan Pieterse Montfort of Hempstead, LI, whose only marriage was to Ida Abraham Brinckerhoff, as recorded in the Flatbush Church May 17, 1687 and so entered in the original records as to show no previous marriage. Jan married Ida Joris Brinckerhoff, daughter of Abraham Jorise Brinckerhoff and Aeltie Stryker, on 17-May-1687 at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Jan Pieterse Monfoort and Ida Joris Brinckerhoff were engaged on 17-May-1687; 2nd marriage Jan. Jan Pieterse Monfoort died in 1737 at Hempstead, Nassau County, New York. Jan's estate was proved on 24-Jun-1745.
     On 1680 alloted lot.
On 3-Jun-1686 paid for wife's grave.

Jan Pieterse Monfoort purchased He bought 50 acres in the west bounds of Jamaica, which he sold in 1705, and bought 200 acres at Great Neck, for £640. in 1686/87.
He resided at in 1707; The name of John Monfoort appears on the Hempstead records in 1707.
Jan Pieterse's left a will on 29-Aug-1720

named his wife Ida, also a daughter Sarah who married Peter (Jan) Luyster.

Occupation1678Flatlands, Kings County, New York, a farmer

Pieter Pieterse Monfoort

M, b. 21 Jul 1652, d. 2 Jun 1726
Pieter Pieterse Monfoort|b. 21 Jul 1652\nd. 2 Jun 1726|p36.htm#i17837|Pierre Montfort|b. 20 Jan 1616\nd. 4 Jan 1661|p4.htm#i273|Sarah De Plancken|b. circa 1615\nd. circa 1670|p5.htm#i274|Jean Montfort|b. 11 Oct 1583|p44.htm#i20454|Jacqueline Moreau|b. 31 Dec 1578|p44.htm#i20455|Jacques Deplancque|b. circa 1576\nd. before Apr 1617|p44.htm#i20269|Sara Fauconnier|b. circa 1579\nd. after 1636|p44.htm#i20270|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Pieter Pieterse Monfoort was born on 21-Jun-1652 at Wallabout, Kings County, New York. He was baptized on 21-Jul-1652 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He was the son of Pierre Montfort and Sarah De Plancken. Pieter married Marretje Pieters Luyster, daughter of Pieter Cornelise Luyster and Aeltje Tyssen, circa 1676. Pieter Pieterse Monfoort died on 2-Jun-1726 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, at age 73.
     He resided at at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, in 1676. He and Marretje Pieters Luyster were members at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Kings County, New York, circa 1678. On 1687 (an unknown value).
In 1707 he purchased 104 acres at Cow Neck from Joshua Carman and John and Rem Remsen.
Occupation1699a farmer

Roeloff Jansen

M, b. circa 1602, d. circa 1637
      Roeloff Jansen was born circa 1602 at Maesterland (Marstrand), Norway. Roeloff married Anneke Jans on 18-Apr-1623 at Amsterdame Reformeed, Niew Kerk, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Roeloff Jansen died circa 1637 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He died in 1637 at Recife, Brazil.
     He was also known as Roeloff Jansen. He was also known as Roelof Jansen.

Child of Roeloff Jansen and Anneke Jans

Anneke Jans

F, b. 1605
Anneke Jans
      Anneke Jans was born in 1605 at Vleckere (Flekkeroy), Vest Agder, Norway. She published marriage intentions on 1-Apr-1623 at Reformed, Oude, Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands. Anneke married Roeloff Jansen on 18-Apr-1623 at Amsterdame Reformeed, Niew Kerk, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Anneke married Rev Everardus Bogardus in Mar-1638 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Anneke Jans died circa 23-Feb-1663 at Beverwyck, Orange County, New York, Anneke Jans died in Beverwyck (now Albany, New York) and although in this book and others her date of death is recorded as February 23, 1663, this is actually the date when her son, Jan Roelofszen, then 30 years old paid the church for the rental of a burial pall. She may have died a day (or days) earlier and perhaps even buried a day or more after February 23rd, but this is the closest date known regarding her death.
     She was also known as Anetje Jans. She emigrated on 24-May-1630; Arrived at New Amsterdam aboard the Ship "de Eendracht."
Anneke's left a will on 29-Jan-1663



In the name of the Lord, Amen. Know all men by these presents, that this day, the 29th of January 1663, in the afternoon, about four o'clock, appeared before me, Derrick Van Schelluyne, notary public, in the presence of the witnesses hereafter mentioned, Anneke Janse, widow of Roeloff Janse, of Master Land, and now lastly widow of Reverend Everhardus Bogardus, residing in the village of Beverwyck, and well known to us, notary and witnesses; the said Anneke Janse lying on her bed in a state of sickness, but perfectly sensible and in full possession of her mental powers, and capable to testate, to which sound state of mind we can fully testify. The said Anneke Janse considering the shortness of life and certainty of death and uncertainty of the hour or time, she, the said Anneke Janse, declared after due consideration, without any persuasion, compulsion, or retraction, this present document to be her last will and testament, in manner following; First of all recommending her immortal soul to the Almighty God, her Creator and Redeemer, and cosigning her body to Christian burial, and herewith revoking and annulling all prior testamentary dispositions of any kind whatsoever, and now proceeding anew, she declared to nominate and institute as her sole and universal heirs her children, Sarah Roellofson (sic), wife of Hans Kierstede; Catrina Roeloffsen, wife of Johannes Van Brugh; also Jannetje and Rachel Hartgers, the children of her deceased daughter Fytje Roeloffsen, during her life the wife of Peter Hartgers, representing together their mother's place; also her son Jan Roeloffsen, and finally William, Cornelius, Jonas and Peter Bogardus, and to them to bequeath all her real estate, chattels, money, gold and silver, coined and uncoined, jewels, clothes, linen, woolen, household furniture, and all property whatsoever, without reserve or restriction of any kind, to be disposed of after her decease and divided by them in equal shares, to do with the same at their own will and pleasure without any hindrance whatsoever; provided never the less with this express condition and restriction that her first four children shall divide between them out of their father's property the sum of one thousand guilders, to be paid to them out of the proceeds of a certain farm, situate on Manhattan Island, bounded on the North River, and that before any other dividend takes place; and as three of these children at the time of their marriage received certain donations, and as Jan Roeloffsen is yet unmarried, he is to receive a bed and mulch cow; and to Jonas and Peter Bogardus she gives a house and lot situated to the westward of the house of the testatrix in the village of Beverwyck, going in length until the end of a bleaching spot, and in breadth up to the room of her, the testatrix, house, besides a bed for both of them and a mulch cow to each of them, the above to be an equivalent of what the married children have received. Finally, she, the testatrix, gives to Roeloff Kierstede, the child of her daughter Sara, a silver mug; to Annetje Van Brugh, the child of her daughter Catrina, also a silver mug; and to Jannetje and Rachel Hartgers, the children of her daughter Fytje, a silver mug each; and to the child of William Bogardus named Fytje also a silver mug; all the above donations to be provided for out of the first moneys received, and afterwards the remainder of the property to be divided and shared aforesaid. The testatrix declares this document to be her only true last will and testament, and desiring that after her decease it may be supersede all other testaments, codicils, donations, or any other instruments whatsoever; and in case any formalities may have been omitted, it is her will and desire the same benefits may occur as if they actually had been observed; and she requests me, notary public, to make one or more lawful instruments in the usual form of this, her, testatrix, last will and desire.

Signed, sealed, and delivered at the house of the testatrix in the village of Beverwyck, in New Netherland, in the presence of Ruth Jacobse Van Schoonderweert and Evert Wendell, witnesses."

"This is the X mark of Anneke Janse with her own hand.

"Rutger Jacobus,

"Evert Jacobus Wendell

D. V. Schelluyne, Notary Public, 1663."

Child of Anneke Jans and Roeloff Jansen

Child of Anneke Jans and Rev Everardus Bogardus

Hans Kierstede 3rd

M, b. before 19 Feb 1668, d. 5 Feb 1728
Hans Kierstede 3rd|b. before 19 Feb 1668\nd. 5 Feb 1728|p36.htm#i17888|Dr. Hans Kierstede Jr.|b. before 21 Sep 1644\nd. after 20 Apr 1691|p134.htm#i80886|Jannetje Loockermans||p134.htm#i80887|Dr. Hans Kierstede|b. before 1612\nd. 17 Aug 1666|p28.htm#i10172|Sarah J. Roeloffse|b. 5 Apr 1627\nd. between 7 Aug 1693 and 21 Oct 1693|p9.htm#i761|||||||
      Hans Kierstede 3rd was born before 19-Feb-1668. He was the son of Dr. Hans Kierstede Jr. and Jannetje Loockermans. Hans married Dina Van Schaick, daughter of Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick and Rebecca Idens, on 1-Oct-1696. Hans Kierstede 3rd died on 5-Feb-1728 at New York.

Dr. Jacobus Kierstede

M, b. before 4 Jun 1662, d. 9 Jan 1701/2
Dr. Jacobus Kierstede|b. before 4 Jun 1662\nd. 9 Jan 1701/2|p36.htm#i17891|Dr. Hans Kierstede|b. before 1612\nd. 17 Aug 1666|p28.htm#i10172|Sarah Janse Roeloffse|b. 5 Apr 1627\nd. between 7 Aug 1693 and 21 Oct 1693|p9.htm#i761|||||||Roeloff Jansen|b. circa 1602\nd. circa 1637|p36.htm#i17885|Anneke Jans|b. 1605|p36.htm#i17886|
      Dr. Jacobus Kierstede was born before 4-Jun-1662 at New York City, New York County, New York. He was born on 4-Jun-1662 at New York City, New York County, New York. He was the son of Dr. Hans Kierstede and Sarah Janse Roeloffse. Dr. Jacobus Kierstede was born on 25-Nov-1663 at New York. Jacobus married Anna Holmes, daughter of Lt. Samuel Holmes and Alice Stillwell, on 22-May-1691. Dr. Jacobus Kierstede died on 9-Jan-1701/2 at New York City, New York County, New York.

Children of Dr. Jacobus Kierstede and Anna Holmes

Thomas Musgrave

M
     Thomas married Hannah Scarlet, daughter of John Scarlet and Elinor Martin, before 1766.

Jane Nettleton

F, b. 15 Dec 1853, d. 15 Dec 1940
Jane Nettleton|b. 15 Dec 1853\nd. 15 Dec 1940|p36.htm#i17950|William Nettleton||p388.htm#i354607|Jane McConnell||p388.htm#i354608|||||||||||||
Jane Nettleton
      Jane Nettleton was born on 15-Dec-1853 at Strathroy, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada. She was the daughter of William Nettleton and Jane McConnell. Jane married Sherman Hartwell Swift, son of Julius C. Swift and Lydia Hawkins, on 13-Sep-1876 at Strathroy, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada. Jane Nettleton died on 15-Dec-1940 at age 87.
Census1881Petrolia, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada
Census27-Jan-1920Washington Twp., Erie County, Pennsylvania
Census17-Apr-1930Washington Twp., Erie County, New York

Thomas Gibbs

M, b. circa 1616, d. before 27 Mar 1693

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Thomas Gibbs was born circa 1616 at England. He died before 27-Mar-1693 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
     He served on the Grand Jury on 18-May-1659. He served on the Grand Jury on 5-Jun-1667. He held the position of surveyor of highways on 1-Jun-1669. He held the position of constable on 21-Mar-1673/74. On 23-Apr-1675 Thomas Gibbs was listed as a freeman. He held the position of surveyor of highways on 1-Jun-1675. The Inventory of Thomas Gibbs was taken by Thomas Tupper and Jacob Burge on 27-Mar-1693. THOMAS GIBBS: His name first appears upon the 'List of those able to Beare Arms in the Colony of New Plymouth in 1643,' among men of Sandwich between the ages of 16 and 60. In the same year he took the Oath of Fidelity. We can find no record, even of the given name, of his wife but we are inclined to believe that she was the mother of all his children and that their marriage took place about 1642. In 1654 the name of Thomas Gibbs appears on a list of Sandwich men who pledged money to build a mill, and the next year he is listed among those pledged for the building of 'a place for publick meetings'. His name appears upon a list, 17 July 1657, of those 'engaged to pay a tax toward the minister's support' In 1658 a survey of Sandwich land holders was made which includes the property of Thomas Gibbs. It is curious that a John Gibbs also held land in Sandwich at this time, because his name does not appear on any of the lists - nor anywhere else as a resident of Sandwich. Thomas Gibbs served on the grand jury 18 May 1659, and he was one of the 'musqueteres' to whom shot was supplied as a member of the military company 25 June 1660. He again was on the grand jury 5 June 1667, and he was surveyor of highways for Sandwich 1 June 1675 was again surveyor of highways. His name appears on a list of freemen entitled to the priviledges of the town 23 April 1675. Source: Ancestors of Thomas Gibbs of Sandwich, Mass. (1615-1693) CD #171.
Thomas's left a will on 14-Apr-1693.

Children of Thomas Gibbs

John Gibbs

M, b. 12 Sep 1644, d. 30 Apr 1725
John Gibbs|b. 12 Sep 1644\nd. 30 Apr 1725|p36.htm#i18013|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Gibbs was born on 12-Sep-1644 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Gibbs. John married Jane Blackwell, daughter of Michael Blackwell, circa 1669 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. John married Elizabeth Swift, daughter of William Swift and Elizabeth Thompson, on 9-Nov-1716 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. John Gibbs died on 30-Apr-1725 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 80.

Children of John Gibbs and Jane Blackwell

Samuel Gibbs

M, b. 23 Jun 1649, d. 19 Nov 1732
Samuel Gibbs|b. 23 Jun 1649\nd. 19 Nov 1732|p36.htm#i18014|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Samuel Gibbs was born on 22-Jun-1649 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was born on 23-Jun-1649 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Gibbs. Samuel married Patience Butler, daughter of Thomas Butler and Dorothy (Unknown), on 5-Mar-1676 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Samuel Gibbs died on 19-Nov-1732 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 83. Samuel's estate was proved on 29-Nov-1732 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
     Samuel's left a will on 1-Oct-1717 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Sarah Gibbs

F, b. 11 Apr 1652
Sarah Gibbs|b. 11 Apr 1652|p36.htm#i18015|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Gibbs was born on 11-Apr-1652 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Gibbs.

Job Gibbs

M, b. 15 Apr 1655, d. 26 Mar 1676
Job Gibbs|b. 15 Apr 1655\nd. 26 Mar 1676|p36.htm#i18016|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Job Gibbs was born on 15-Apr-1655 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Thomas Gibbs. Job Gibbs died on 26-Mar-1676 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, at age 20; Killed in battle at Rehoboth.

Bertha Gibbs

F, b. 15 Apr 1655
Bertha Gibbs|b. 15 Apr 1655|p36.htm#i18017|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Bertha Gibbs was born on 15-Apr-1655 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Gibbs.
     Bertha Gibbs was also known as Bethias Gibbs.

Mary Gibbs

F, b. 12 Aug 1657
Mary Gibbs|b. 12 Aug 1657|p36.htm#i18018|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||||||||||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mary Gibbs was born on 12-Aug-1657 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Gibbs.

Abraham Pieterse Lott

M, b. 19 Aug 1674
Abraham Pieterse Lott|b. 19 Aug 1674|p36.htm#i18201|Peter Lott||p136.htm#i81815|Gertrude Lamberts|d. circa 1704|p136.htm#i81816|||||||||||||
      Abraham Pieterse Lott was born on 19-Aug-1674 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Peter Lott and Gertrude Lamberts. Abraham married Classje Dircksen Langstraat, daughter of Dirck Stoffelse Langstraat and Katerina Van Lieuwen, after 2-Aug-1695 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Abraham married Geertje Jans Dorlandt. Abraham married Sarah (Unknown) between 1704 and 1716. Abraham married Marytie (Unknown). Abraham's estate was proved on 4-Sep-1766.
     Abraham Pieterse's left a will on 21-Jul-1760 at Jamaica, Queens County, New York.

"1760. July 21. In the name of God, Amen, I Abraham Lott, of Jamaica, in Queens County, being in perfect health, but far advanced in age, and considering that I have but a short time to continue in this transitory life. I leave to my son, Rem Lott, all my horses, wagons, ploughs, and all my carpenter tools; also all my lands, meadows, and messuages in Jamaica or elsewhere; And he is to provide me a comfortable maintenaince during my natural life, and he is to pay to the rest of my children £504. as follows: To my daughter Charity, now wife of Nicholas Van Arsladen of Jamaica, L.I., 72 pounds; to my son Hendrick, 72 pounds; to my son Jacob, 72 pounds, to my son Isaac, 72 pounds; to my three grandchildren, the children of my deceased son, Abraham, viz: Abraham Motije, and Cornelius, 72 pounds; to my son John 72 pounds. Residue and remaining part of said 504£ to son Peter. All the rest of my estate, I leave to my children. I make my sons, Peter, John and Rem, Executors.

Wit: Benjamin Hinchman

Robert Hinchman

Benjamin Hinchman, Jr. (N.Y.S.W. 25:320).





Credit is due Mr. Austin C. Graybeal, of Des Moines, Iowa, for having worked out this puzzle of the various Abraham Lotts. Quoting his letter to me of April 3, 1941: -

"Abraham Lott lived in Brooklyn after his marriage to Claesie Langstraet, for here on the Brooklyn Church records we find the following, April 25, 1696, Abraham Lott, Claesje Lanstraet had Jan Lott. Sponsors Dirk Langstraet and Johanna Havens (his wife). Peter Lott of New York bapt. Oct. 31, 1697, at Jamaica, was a son of Abraham and Claesje Lott. The records show that Abraham moved to Jamaica where his brother Hendrick lived just before the last date.

"Isaac Lott, 1704, was a son of Abraham and his 2nd wife Geertje. This appears to be their only child. Abraham Lott must have married his third wife Sara,between Isaac's birth 1704, and Jacob's birth 1716. Between 1716 and 1718, he had again married for a fourth time,Maria or Marytie, as his last three children were born 1718-20-22.

"The Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, marriages gives Aug. 2, 1695, as the date of Abram Lott's marriage to Geertje Jans Dorlandt. This date is what is wrong, many errors appear in the copies of the early records. If it read 1699, everything would check."



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