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Ype Douwes

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Ype Douwes||p389.htm#i358844|Douwe Evertse|b. 1580\nd. Jul 1669|p136.htm#i81810|Hellentgen Claesdr|b. 1582\nd. 1652|p131.htm#i73503|Evert Benedictus|b. 1549\nd. 1610|p388.htm#i358829|Wytscke Dircxdr||p388.htm#i358830|||||||

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Ype Douwes was born at Eagum (Aegum), Friesland, Netherlands. He was the son of Douwe Evertse and Hellentgen Claesdr.

Antie Douwedr

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Antie Douwedr||p389.htm#i358845|Douwe Evertse|b. 1580\nd. Jul 1669|p136.htm#i81810|Hellentgen Claesdr|b. 1582\nd. 1652|p131.htm#i73503|Evert Benedictus|b. 1549\nd. 1610|p388.htm#i358829|Wytscke Dircxdr||p388.htm#i358830|||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Antie Douwedr was born at Eagum (Aegum), Friesland, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Douwe Evertse and Hellentgen Claesdr. Antie married Syttse Jelles in 1655.

Syttse Jelles

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     Syttse married Antie Douwedr, daughter of Douwe Evertse and Hellentgen Claesdr, in 1655.

Hessel Evertse

M, b. 1582, d. 1626
Hessel Evertse|b. 1582\nd. 1626|p389.htm#i358847|Evert Benedictus|b. 1549\nd. 1610|p388.htm#i358829|Wytscke Dircxdr||p388.htm#i358830|Benedictus Jacobse|d. 1582|p388.htm#i358831|Aecht Eernstdr||p388.htm#i358832|||||||

Relationship=10th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Hessel Evertse was born in 1582 at Eagum (Aegum), Friesland, Netherlands. He was the son of Evert Benedictus and Wytscke Dircxdr. Hessel Evertse died in 1626.

Both Hennedr

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Relationship=13th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=12th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Both married Jacob Harmense.

Child of Both Hennedr and Jacob Harmense

John Yerry

M, b. 3 Feb 1762, d. 29 Aug 1833
John Yerry|b. 3 Feb 1762\nd. 29 Aug 1833|p389.htm#i359703|Michael Yerry|b. circa 1730|p282.htm#i163785|Elizabeth Freer|b. circa 1735|p282.htm#i163786|||||||||||||

Relationship=4th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Yerry was born on 3-Feb-1762. He was the son of Michael Yerry and Elizabeth Freer. John married Clarache Lewis, daughter of Jacob Lewis and Rebecca Fredenburg, circa 1788. John Yerry died on 29-Aug-1833 at age 71. John was buried at Frear Ground on Ferris Lane southeast of, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York.

Catherine Yerry

F, b. circa 1765
Catherine Yerry|b. circa 1765|p389.htm#i359704|Michael Yerry|b. circa 1730|p282.htm#i163785|Elizabeth Freer|b. circa 1735|p282.htm#i163786|||||||||||||

Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Catherine Yerry was born circa 1765. She was the daughter of Michael Yerry and Elizabeth Freer.

Elizabeth Yerry

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Elizabeth Yerry||p389.htm#i359705|Michael Yerry|b. circa 1730|p282.htm#i163785|Elizabeth Freer|b. circa 1735|p282.htm#i163786|||||||||||||

Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Elizabeth Yerry was the daughter of Michael Yerry and Elizabeth Freer.

Rachel Yerry

F, b. circa 1760
Rachel Yerry|b. circa 1760|p389.htm#i359706|Michael Yerry|b. circa 1730|p282.htm#i163785|Elizabeth Freer|b. circa 1735|p282.htm#i163786|||||||||||||

Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Rachel Yerry was born circa 1760. She was the daughter of Michael Yerry and Elizabeth Freer. Rachel married Henry Vanderburgh in 1792 at Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York.

Henry Vanderburgh

M, b. 9 May 1750, d. 9 Nov 1821
      Henry Vanderburgh was born on 9-May-1750. Henry married Rachel Yerry, daughter of Michael Yerry and Elizabeth Freer, in 1792 at Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York. Henry Vanderburgh died on 9-Nov-1821 at age 71.

Clarache Lewis

F, b. 13 May 1763
Clarache Lewis|b. 13 May 1763|p389.htm#i359708|Jacob Lewis|b. circa 1728|p58.htm#i27071|Rebecca Fredenburg|b. 6 May 1733\nd. 14 Dec 1798|p389.htm#i359732|||||||||||||
      Clarache Lewis was born on 13-May-1763 at Dutchess County, New York. She was the daughter of Jacob Lewis and Rebecca Fredenburg. Clarache married John Yerry, son of Michael Yerry and Elizabeth Freer, circa 1788.

Rebecca Fredenburg

F, b. 6 May 1733, d. 14 Dec 1798
     Rebecca Fredenburg was baptized on 6-May-1733 at Dutchess County, New York. Rebecca married Jacob Lewis on 9-Sep-1756 at Dutch Reformed Church, Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York. Rebecca Fredenburg died on 14-Dec-1798 at age 65. Rebecca was buried at Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery 2nd building, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York.

Child of Rebecca Fredenburg and Jacob Lewis

Jacob Leendertsen Vandergrift

M, b. circa 1611, d. circa 1687
      Jacob Leendertsen Vandergrift was born circa 1611 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. Jacob married Rebecca Fredericks on 19-Jul-1648 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Jacob Leendertsen Vandergrift died circa 1687 at Newtown, Queens County, New York.

Child of Jacob Leendertsen Vandergrift and Rebecca Fredericks

Rebecca Fredericks

F, b. 15 Aug 1628, d. after 1710
      Rebecca Fredericks was born on 15-Aug-1628 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. Rebecca married Jacob Leendertsen Vandergrift on 19-Jul-1648 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Rebecca Fredericks died after 1710 at Probably, Bensalem Twp., Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Child of Rebecca Fredericks and Jacob Leendertsen Vandergrift

Hepzibah North

F, b. circa 1620
Hepzibah North|b. circa 1620|p389.htm#i360427|Richard North|b. circa 1595\nd. 1 Mar 1666/67|p303.htm#i218565|Joan Bertram||p303.htm#i218566|John North|b. circa 1565|p372.htm#i300913||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Hepzibah North was born circa 1620. She was the daughter of Richard North and Joan Bertram.

Annis (Unknown)

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     Annis married Richard North, son of John North.
     Annis (Unknown) was also known as Ann (Unknown).

Christina Zabriskie

F, b. 5 Nov 1752, d. 13 Jan 1831
      Christina Zabriskie was born on 5-Nov-1752. She was baptized on 26-Nov-1752 at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. Christina married Jan A. Zabriskie, son of Albert J. Zabriskie and Annatje Kip, on 13-Nov-1773 at New York City, New York County, New York. Christina Zabriskie died on 13-Jan-1831 at age 78.

Children of Christina Zabriskie and Jan A. Zabriskie

Charles G. Douglas

M, b. circa 1892
      Charles G. Douglas was born circa 1892 at Pennsylvania. Charles married Louise Baldi circa 1915.

Child of Charles G. Douglas and Louise Baldi

Louise Baldi

F, b. circa 1897
      Louise Baldi was born circa 1897 at Pennsylvania. Louise married Charles G. Douglas circa 1915.

Child of Louise Baldi and Charles G. Douglas

(Unknown) (Unknown)

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     (Unknown) married Jacob Johnson, son of Abram Johnson and Mary Riggs.

Dolor Davis

M, b. circa 1599

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Dolor Davis was born circa 1599. Dolor married Margery Willard, daughter of Richard Willard and Margery Humphrie, on 29-Mar-1624 at East Fairleigh, Kent, England. Dolor married Joanna Hull, daughter of Rev. Joseph Hull. Dolor's estate was proved on 2-Jul-1673.
     He was also known as Dolar Davis. He was also known as Dolare Davice. In his will, dated July 13, 1614 an proved November 1, 1614, James Clark of East Farleigh, Kent, gentleman, bequeated to "Dolor Davis, my servant, my house and land lying in the parish of Mardenm, the which is the occupation of one Terrye". He immigrated in 1634 to Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was as "Dollard Davis" was granted twenty-five acres on 4-Aug-1634 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He as "Dollard Davis" held two parcels of land in the land inventory: "one house lot of half a rood"; and "upon the west side of Charles River twenty & five acres Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts on 4-Jun-1635. He sold land as "Dollerd Davis" sold to Richard Girling "all the right he hath in five and twenty acres of land ... on the west side of Charles River" on 25-Aug-1635. On an unknown date, Dolor Davis disposed of his town lot to Simon Willard, and by 1639 Willard had sold it ot Edward Mitchelson. He resided at at Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, in 1638. On 5-Mar-1638 Dolor Davis was propounded a freeman. He was in the Duxbury section of the 1639 list of those in Plymouth Colony who had taken the oath of fidelity (and then erased). Dolor Davis and seven other men were granted "the lands lying on the worwest side of the Northill in Duxborrow," the meadow there to be divided amongst tme by a committee on 6-Apr-1640. When some of the land was actually laid out, ther were eight other men, and Dolor Davis received fifty acres on 31-Aug-1640. He removed to at Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, in 1641. On 3-May-1641 Thomas Chambers, Dolor Davis and John Twisden all of Scituate, served as sureties fo Dolor's brother-in-law George Willard of Scituate, who had been fined for speaking disrespectfully of the magistrates.
He served on the petit jury on 1-Mar-1641/42. He removed to at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in 1643. "Dolor Davis, & his sons," were on the list of men able to bear arms in 1643 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. On 4-Jun-1645 Dolor Davis was propounded a freeman. On 2-Jun-1646 Dolor Davis was admitted as a freeman. He served on the grand jury (but noted "sick," so perhaps did not serve. on 4-Jun-1646 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. On August 27 1648, "Dolor Davis and His wife being dismissed from the church at Duxbury was joined to ours" at Barnstable. He held the position of surveyor of highways on 7-Jun-1652. He held the position of constable on 6-Jun-1654 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He removed to at Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in 1655. Dolor Davios was one of the first promotoers of the town of Groton, but he probably never resided there, as the only groton records we have for him were in 1655 and 1656, when he was residing in Concord. On May 16, 1656, Dolor Davis was one of eight men who signed a petition to the General Court, asking for some concessions in terms of settleing Groton. He held the position of seletman in 1655 at Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He bought from Roger Draper of Concord, husbandman bought ... all & all manner of those housings, lands, meadow and other appurtenances whatsoever belong thereunto lying and within the limits of Concord, the particulars wherof are as followeth, that is to say one parecl or lot of upland about his house containing by setimation twenty and three acres ... with ten acres more, leleven of which is meadow clled by the name of Mr. Martin's meadow, eight acres of it upland joining to the meadow on the northeast side next to the common with three acres of swamp meadow in it ..., also three acres of meadow more of less called by the name of stickfast meadow ..., more eight acres of meadow be it more of less lying in the meadow callet the fifty-acre meadow ..., also eightacres of upland. on 20-Aug-1655. On 17-Jul-1658 "Dolor Davis late of Barnstable..., house carpenter," sold to Abraham Blush of Barnstable, planter, "all that my houselot of lands with sundry ofther parcels of land" in Barnstable, as follows: "the said house lot lying by a place commonly called the old mill creek containing ten acres of upland..., with four acres of upland be it moreof less adjoining thereto ... and ten acres of marsh ..., alto fourteen acresof upland ... with eight acres mor of upland adjoing..., and also certain parcels of upland lying and being at a pace comonly called Kempton's Field, and also certain parcels of land lying and being at a place commonly called Stony Cove Field, viz: four acres of upland ..., also a parcel of upland containing seven acres ... and one acre of upland"; acknowledged ad Concord July 17, 1658 by "Dolar Davis and Margery his wife", acknowledged again at Barnstable Feb 16, 1667 by Dolor Davis alone.
On April 9, 1656 and May 9, 1656, "Dolar Davis of Concord" signed receipts to Abrahma Blush of Banrstable for cows, presumably as advane payment for these lands. He resided at at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in 1666.
Dolor's left a will on 13-Sep-1672 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

"Dolar Davis" of Barnstable, "being weak and crazy in body," noting that "I having already given my son[s] Symon and Samuel their full portions and deeds for lands, 'bequeathed to 'my dear and loving wife Joanna' £5 tp be paid at Mr. Brattle's in Boston £4 to be paid in English commodities during the term of four years; to "my eldest son John my house and barn and outyard with several parcels of land lying in Concord ..., viz: all my land about the said house ... containing by estimation twenty acres more of less, as also a piece of upland and meadow containig six acres ..., as also thirteen acres of upland more or less, adjoining to my seven acres of meadow on one side, which said seven acres of meadow are also hereby bequeathed to him ..., as also thirty two acres of upland and swampyish meadow ..., as also five acres of upland," with additional conditions regarding the bequest to the testator's wife; "my son Symon shall have another crop after this year's from that piece of my land that lies near his house for which he is to pay" 20s; to "my son John a bill of four pounds due me from Roger Chandler of Concord to satisfy for the charges of my coming from Barnstable to Concord and to provide his son Joseph wh came to attend me," also "all my carpenter's tools and my serge suit and cloak"; to "my son-in-law Lewis my cloth suit and coat and hat and to my daughter Mary his wife a cow," also 50s. being half a note due from "my son Samuel," and the residue of household stuff "now in my dwelling house at Barnstable"; to "my daughter Ruth Hall besides what she hath recievced from me, a cow which her husband hath at present in his keeping," as also 50s., the other half of the note due from 'My son Samuel," they to pay 5s. "for me to William Butterick"; to the poor of the town where "it shall please God that I die, whether at Concord or at Barnstable," 10s;"my said son John the sole executor'"; "loving and respected friends William Burrerick, Richard Hassell, and Thomas Browne." opverseers. A codicil of the same date gave "unto my son John Davis twenty acres of woodland which by the twenty-seven acres which belongeth unto twenty men ... in the town of Concord"; "I do give my red mare unto my wife Joanne".

The Inventory of Dolor Davis was taken on 19-Jun-1673. On 4-Jul-1673 Plymouth court ordered "Mr Hinckley to take an oath of Joannah Davis, widow, at Barnstable, for the truth of the inventory of the estate of Dolar Davis, deceased, which inventory bears the date of June 19, 1673. At the same court, "John Davis is allowed and approved by the Court to be executor to the estate fo Dolar Davis, deceased". On 5-Jul-1673 "John Davis, son and sole executor f the last will & testament of Dollar Davis, late of Barnstable in Plymouth Colony deceased, is empowered to adminster on any part of his father's estate that shall be bound in this colony, discharging all debts and duties due & owing from the said estate & bringing in a true infentory as the law directs."
The "inventory of the estate of Dollar Davis deceased, within the bounds of Concord in the county of Middlesex," taken July 8, 1673, totalled £119 19s. 7d., of which £113 was real estate; "the housing and houselot, 20 acres, "£60; "six acres of upland & meadow more adjacent," £7; 'seven acres of meadow in the eleven-acre meadow with 13 acres of upland adjancent," £26; "five acres of uland near John Heald's broken up and fenced in," ?12; "twenty acres of land in that tract of land called the twenty," £3 and "thirty-two acres of second division land," £5.

Children of Dolor Davis and Margery Willard

Margery Willard

F, b. 7 Nov 1602, d. before 16 Feb 1667
Margery Willard|b. 7 Nov 1602\nd. before 16 Feb 1667|p389.htm#i366495|Richard Willard|b. 6 Feb 1582/83|p389.htm#i366496|Margery Humphrie|b. 25 May 1572\nd. circa 11 Dec 1608|p390.htm#i366515|Symon Willarde|b. 1530\nd. between 6 Feb 1585 and 26 Feb 1585|p390.htm#i366517|Elizabeth (Unknown)|d. circa 11 Apr 1587|p390.htm#i366518|Raynold Humphrie||p391.htm#i366566||||

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Margery Willard was baptized on 7-Nov-1602 at Horsmonden, Kent, England. She was the daughter of Richard Willard and Margery Humphrie. Margery married Dolor Davis on 29-Mar-1624 at East Fairleigh, Kent, England. Margery Willard died before 16-Feb-1667; this is a probable date.
     On 1635 On April 17, 1635, "Margaret Davies," aged 32, "Jo: Dvies," aged 9, "Marie Davies," aged 4 and "Elizabeth Davies," aged 1 were enrolled at London for passage to New England on the Elizabeth.
On August 27 1648, "Dolor Davis and His wife being dismissed from the church at Duxbury was joined to ours" at Barnstable.

Children of Margery Willard and Dolor Davis

Richard Willard

M, b. 6 Feb 1582/83
Richard Willard|b. 6 Feb 1582/83|p389.htm#i366496|Symon Willarde|b. 1530\nd. between 6 Feb 1585 and 26 Feb 1585|p390.htm#i366517|Elizabeth (Unknown)|d. circa 11 Apr 1587|p390.htm#i366518|Richard Willard|d. between 18 Sep 1558 and 24 Oct 1558|p391.htm#i366556||||||||||

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Richard Willard was born on 6-Feb-1582/83 at Goudhurst, Kent, England. He was the son of Symon Willarde and Elizabeth (Unknown). Richard married Catherine (Unknown) before 1591. Richard married Margery Humphrie, daughter of Raynold Humphrie, on 23-Sep-1601 at Westgate, Margate, Kent, England. Richard married Joane (Unknown) on 17-Jan-1609 at Saint Margaret's Church, Horsmonden, Kent, England. Richard was buried on 20-Feb-1616/17 at Horsmonden, Kent, England.
     Richard's left a will on 12-Feb-1616/17 at Horsmonden, Kent, England.

Child of Richard Willard

Children of Richard Willard and Catherine (Unknown)

Children of Richard Willard and Margery Humphrie

Children of Richard Willard and Joane (Unknown)

Joanna Hull

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Joanna Hull||p389.htm#i366497|Rev. Joseph Hull||p389.htm#i366498||||||||||||||||
     Joanna Hull was the daughter of Rev. Joseph Hull. Joanna married John Bursley. Joanna married Dolor Davis.

Rev. Joseph Hull

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Child of Rev. Joseph Hull

John Bursley

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     John married Joanna Hull, daughter of Rev. Joseph Hull.

John Davis

M, b. circa 1626
John Davis|b. circa 1626|p389.htm#i366500|Dolor Davis|b. circa 1599|p389.htm#i366494|Margery Willard|b. 7 Nov 1602\nd. before 16 Feb 1667|p389.htm#i366495|||||||Richard Willard|b. 6 Feb 1582/83|p389.htm#i366496|Margery Humphrie|b. 25 May 1572\nd. circa 11 Dec 1608|p390.htm#i366515|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      John Davis was born circa 1626. He was the son of Dolor Davis and Margery Willard. John married Nocett Eastham. John married Hannah Linnett, daughter of Robert Linnett, on 15-Mar-1648/49.

Hannah Linnett

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Hannah Linnett||p389.htm#i366501|Robert Linnett||p389.htm#i366502||||||||||||||||
     Hannah Linnett was the daughter of Robert Linnett. Hannah married John Davis, son of Dolor Davis and Margery Willard, on 15-Mar-1648/49.

Robert Linnett

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     Robert's left a will on 23-Jan-1662/63

"Robert Linell" included a bequest to John Davis.

Child of Robert Linnett

Nocett Eastham

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     Nocett married John Davis, son of Dolor Davis and Margery Willard.
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