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Dorothy Owen

F
     Dorothy married Joseph Peters.

Child of Dorothy Owen and Joseph Peters

Moses Cass

M
     Moses married Phebe Peters.

Child of Moses Cass and Phebe Peters

Phebe Peters

F
     Phebe married Moses Cass.

Child of Phebe Peters and Moses Cass

John Stephen Conover

M, b. 27 Jan 1857, d. 15 May 1903
John Stephen Conover|b. 27 Jan 1857\nd. 15 May 1903|p397.htm#i373501|William Stephen Conover|b. 31 May 1830\nd. 2 Sep 1888|p4.htm#i253|Nancy Philimin Martin|b. 15 Feb 1836\nd. 1926|p4.htm#i254|Stephen Conover|b. 17 Apr 1801\nd. 18 Dec 1838|p4.htm#i256|Margaret A. Reid|b. 28 Jan 1808\nd. 28 Apr 1880|p4.htm#i257|John H. Martin|b. 13 Dec 1811\nd. 1 May 1867|p4.htm#i255|Elizabeth Boyd|b. 10 Sep 1811\nd. Sep 1888|p299.htm#i214414|

Relationship=Granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th cousin 2 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
Relationship=Uncle of David Kipp Conover.
John Stephen Conover
      John Stephen Conover was born on 27-Jan-1857 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He was the son of William Stephen Conover and Nancy Philimin Martin. John married Ella Teresa Parsons, daughter of John Jehiel Parsons and Sarah Volinda Averill, on 24-Jun-1880 at St. James P. E. Church, New York City, New York County, New York; by Rev. Cornelius B. Smith. John Stephen Conover died on 15-May-1903 at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey, at age 46; from Apoplexy.
     







Census29-Jul-1870with his parents, Monroe Twp., Middlesex County, New Jersey
Census22-Jun-1900next to his brother Harry, Harrington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey, 5 children, 2 living
Census-Occ22-Jun-1900a clerk, insurance

Robert Holman

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Robert Holman||p397.htm#i373986|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Robert Holman was the son of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown). Robert married Margaret Johnson on 3-Jun-1741 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Margaret Johnson

F
     Margaret married Robert Holman, son of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown), on 3-Jun-1741 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Aaron Holman

M, b. 1704, d. after 22 Oct 1781
Aaron Holman|b. 1704\nd. after 22 Oct 1781|p397.htm#i373988|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Aaron Holman was born in 1704. He was the son of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown). Aaron married Anne Story on 18-Jul-1745 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York. Aaron Holman died after 22-Oct-1781.

Anne Story

F
     Anne married Aaron Holman, son of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown), on 18-Jul-1745 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York.

John Holman

M, b. 1706
John Holman|b. 1706|p397.htm#i373990|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      John Holman was born in 1706. He was the son of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown).

Richard Holman

M, b. 1708, d. before 15 Apr 1747
Richard Holman|b. 1708\nd. before 15 Apr 1747|p397.htm#i373991|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Richard Holman was born in 1708. He was the son of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown). Richard Holman died before 15-Apr-1747.
     The Inventory of Richard Holman was taken
His brother, Francis, was appointed administrator. The residue of his estate was divided into seven parts, indicating that besides his brother, Joseph, who we know was deceased, two other children of Joseph and Thamy's must have died without issue between 1741 and 23 January 1747/48 when the estate was settled. on 15-Apr-1747.

Martha Holman

F, b. 1712
Martha Holman|b. 1712|p397.htm#i373992|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Martha Holman was born in 1712. She was the daughter of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown).

Francis Holman

M, b. 1714
Francis Holman|b. 1714|p397.htm#i373993|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Francis Holman was born in 1714. He was the son of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown).

Mary Holman

F, b. 1716
Mary Holman|b. 1716|p397.htm#i373994|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Mary Holman was born in 1716. She was the daughter of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown).

Phebe Holman

F, b. 1718
Phebe Holman|b. 1718|p397.htm#i373995|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Phebe Holman was born in 1718. She was the daughter of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown).

Thamy Holman

F, b. 10 May 1710, d. 1749
Thamy Holman|b. 10 May 1710\nd. 1749|p397.htm#i373996|Joseph Holman|b. 1682|p393.htm#i369697|Thampson (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369700|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Thamy Holman was born on 10-May-1710 at Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was born on 10-May-1710 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown). Thamy married Robert Gravatt, son of Samuel Gravatt, in 1724. Thamy Holman died in 1749.
     

Robert Gravat was born between 1700 and 1708 and we are led to believe that he was born in New Jersey. Robert married Thamy Holman, sometimes spelled Holeman. Her father was Joseph Holman who died between 10 September 1740 and 26 September 1741, probably early September 1741. Joseph was the son of Robert Holman, who died between 8 June and 10 July 1709.

It is known that Robert Holman was in Upper Freehold, now Millstone Township, before 1685, for on 16 February 1685 (probably 1686 according to our current calendar), he was granted a brand for his livestock which read as follows, "Robard holman his Eare marke is a crop on the Right Eare and one halfe peny one the Under side of the Left Eare". In 1697, a land patent to Gersums Moatt (Mott) of Middletowne, dated 1 May 1697, describes a 50 acre plot thusly: Southwest a run coming from James Dorsett's, north to Robert Holman, south and west unsurveyed land.

By deed dated 13 May 1702, Robert Burnet late of Lathantie, Scotland, transferred to Peter Watson of Freehold 400 acres of land on Milston Brook between Robert Holman, the Pinn Hill and John Reed. This was part of the land confirmed to Robert Burnet, Proprietor on 7 October 1700. Another land description reads, "to John Reid of Hortencie, in right of Col. Andrew Hamilton of 200 acres in Monmouth Co. betw Wm. Parrant on Milston Brook near Robert Holman's formerly Abraham Brown's where the old Indian path crosses the brook and James Miller". These descriptions show that Robert Holman's land was on Milston Brook and was bordered by unsurveyed land and so would indicate that he was one of the first settlers of the region then designated as Upper Freehold Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey. According to Edwin Salter in his History of Monmouth County, Robert Holman in 1689 purchased land from Daniel Estile (Eastall). Todate, I have been unable to locate any official document relating to this purchase.

I wonder if this land purchase had anything to do with Eastall having Robert Holman arrested on 31 October 1687. The Clerk's order found in Monmouth County deed Book B, reads as follows:

"To the High Shreefe of the county of Monmouth or his Deputy or under Shreefe Greetings;"
"These are to will and require in the Kings name to attache the body of Rob't Holman of Middletown or your security take or him safely keep so as you may have the same before the Justice of the County Court or court of Sissions to be held for the sd. County on the 4th Tuesday of December next to answer Daniell Eastall of Middletown of the foresd County to the damage of the fored Eastall - nyne pounds, as also to a declaration upon the case then and there to be fild against Hoolman and have with you this prosess and make a trew return as you will, as you will answer the contrary. Dated at Middletown this 22th day of Novr 1687 and in the third year of the Rayne of our Soveraigne Lord James the second King of England.
(signed) Rob. Hamilton, Clarke



Robert Holman's Will found in Unrecorded Wills, Volume II, was very difficult to read. My best deciphering of the Will is as follows:

"In the name of God amen, this eight day of June in the Eighth year of the Reign of Anne by the grace of god over England Scotland france and Ireland 1709. I Robert holman of freehold in the county of Monmouth being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to god therefore and in the first place and finely I Recommend by body to the earth Decently to be buried and my Soul to god the Giver. Imprimis, I give and bequeath to my well beloved Son Joseph Holman all my land and tenement and to hold same to him and his heirs forever Whom also Ive apoint my son to paying my Debts and Receiving the mony which is due me to him also Item to my sons thomas and Robert I will twenty pound a piece to be pd by my son Joseph
Item I give my son Daniel a piece of Eight
Item to Elias a piece of Eight
Item to Each of my daughters a cow which my Son Joseph is to allow them (can't read) as they come of age and Do hereby Disallow alother former wills Ratifing this and no other
Signed Seled published prounounced and declared"

In presence of
his
William White
mark Sarah White

John Sallars



As illustrated, Robert signed the Will with a big R as his mark and besides William, Sarah White also signed as a witness. The Whites were farm neighbors. We know that Robert had at least two daughters but how many or who they were, we shall probably never know. Sarah White could possibly be a daughter, but it is unlikely that an heir would witness her father's signature.

It has always been a puzzle why Robert didn't mention his wife in his Will. We know that she outlived him, because the inventory of Robert's estate is headed:

"Wearas Thomas Taylor & John Cox of the township of freehold in the county of monmouth & province of new Jersey, Planters were chosen Independently By Sarah Holman widdow of Robert Holman Deceased & Joseph Holman, Son & Sole Executor to the said Robert Holman Deceased to prize the said Robbert Holman, Deceased Estate, Performed by the Sd. (said) Thos. Taylor and the said Cox, as follows, this 10th of July 1709."

The appraisal showed that Robert was owed small sums from Richard Watson, Benj. Johnston, John Ashton, and Capt. John Anderson. The total estate amounted to 109 pounds, 5 shillings, and 3 pence.

I am not sure of Sarah's maiden name. Another researcher has stated that her name was Sarah Browne/Brown. I have been searching for reference that would confirm her identity, as this statement seems very plausible. It is known that Robert's land had been previously owned by Abraham Brown. Also John Browne, a merchant, probably Abraham's son, in his estate settlement of 14 September 1714 names Daniel and Joseph Holeman as owing the estate on mortgages. These are good clues that Sarah was the daughter of Abraham or even possibly John, but I would like to find a more conclusive reference.

One of his daughters was undoubtedly Elisabeth Holman, who in 1712 married Robert Hankins. Of the sons: Joseph, Thomas, Robert, Daniel, and Elias, besides Joseph, my ancestor, I have found a will for only Elias. Elias died between the 24th of December 1747 and the 27th of January 1747/48. Elias left four children: Robert, the only one who appears to have been of age, William under 21 and two daughters, Mary and Zilpha. It would appear from the way the Will is worded that Robert was the eldest followed by Mary, William ,and Zilpha. Elias' wife was named Mary and sometime after his death, she married Daniel Perrine, and thereafter, according to the Will, her sons no longer had to provide for her welfare.

My ancestor, Joseph, was the eldest son and he, with his mother Sarah, were the executors of Robert's estate. Joseph's wife's name was Thamson, maiden name is unknown. Joseph's Will, also in Monmouth County, was dated 10 September 1740, but since it was not proved until 26 September 1741, it is assumed that Joseph died early September 1741. Joseph's Will, which was fairly easy to read, is as follows:

"In the Name of God Amen the Tenth Day of September in the Fourteenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second of Great Brittain, France & Ireland King Defender of the Faith and of our Lord God one Thousand Seven hundred and forty. I Joseph Holeman of the Township of Upper Freehold in the County of Monmouth & Province of East New Jersey Yoeman being Sick and weak of Body, But of perfect mind & memory Thanks be given unto God therefore and calling unto mind the mortality of my Body and Knowing that it is appointed for all men once to dye, do make & ordain this my last will and Testament in manner and form following. That is to Say First & Principally I Give my soul into the Hands of God who Gave it me and for my Body I do command it to the Earth to be buried in Christian and Decent manner in the burying place of my Father Nothing doubting but power of God. And as touching Such worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life. I give, devise, bequeath & dispose the Same in manner and form following: --

First I give & bequeath betwixt my Six Sons Namely Joseph Holeman, Richard Holeman & Francis Holeman all my Land Estate the Same to be Equally divided amongst them at Such Time as my youngest son Francis Holeman Shall arrive to the age of maturity but in Case that any of my Said Sons die before the time of my youngest Sons maturity That then the Said Land Shall be Equally Divided amongst the rest that remain alive.

Item I Give & bequeath unto my son Robert Holeman my black mare. To my Daughter Thamy Holeman at present the wife of Robert Gravatt one cow to my Daughter Martha Holeman two cows, to my Daughter Mary Holeman one cow and a yearling and to my Son Richard Holeman a loom and tackline & to my Son Francis my musket and that as soon as I am Deceased.

Item I give & bequeath betwixt my four Daughters namely Thamy Holeman at present the wife of Robert Gravatt, Martha Holeman, Mary Holeman & Phoebe Holeman all my moveable Estate the Same to be Equally Divided amongst them immediately after the Decease of my well beloved wife Thamson Holeman after paying all my debts dues and demands by me any ways heretofore contracted.

And of this my last Will & Testament, I make & ordain my Well Beloved Wife Thamson, My Well beloved Sons Joseph Holeman & Robert Holeman and Goyn (Gawin) Wattson to be my full & whole Executors (of this my last will & testament)* I annul all and every other former Testament, Wills Legacies, Bequeaths and Executions by me in any ways before this time named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and none other to be my last Will and Testament. In Wittness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the Day and Year above written.

Signed, Sealed, Published, Prounounced and Declared By the Said Joseph Holeman as his last will & Testament in the presence of



*This was inserted as it came on the fold of the original text and was not legible.

This Will was proved 26 September 1741.

Joseph Hankins, one of the witnesses, could well have been a son of Elizabeth and Robert Hankins and could have been named for his uncle. If so, this would add considerable credence to the assumption that Elizabeth was a sister of Joseph.

From the Will and other sources, we can construct Joseph and Thamson's family as follows. The order of the names may not be entirely correct because of the lack of birthdates. We cannot be sure where Martha, Mary and Phebe fit into the family.


Thamy (probably Thamson) born 10 May 1710, married Robert Gravatt. She and Robert were my fifth great grandparents.

Joseph whose wife was Grace Wooley, probably died in January 1741 as his Will was proved 11 February 1741. Therefore, he died before his father, who apparently failed to amend his Will deleting Joseph as an executor. Joseph Jr. in his Will bequeathed a black yearling colt to his nephew, Joseph Gravat, who would have been Thamy's son. Robert Gravat was a witness. Since the Will named no children, it is assumed that a son, Joseph III, who was born in 1741, was born after his father's death and was probably their only child.

Robert on 3 June 1741 married Margaret Johnson of Somerset.

Aaron is thought to be the Aaron Holman, who on the 18 July 1745, married Anne Story on Staten Island. His son, Joseph, who died between 10 September and 17 October 1781, appointed his wife, Sarah, and his father, Aaron to be executors of his estate. Therefore, Aaron's death occurred after 22 October 1781. Joseph left three daughters: Agness, Jane, and Ruth, apparently all minors.

Martha -- Nothing is known.

John -- There is some indication that his wife's maiden name was Friend.

Mary -- Nothing is known.

Richard was a weaver, apparently single. He died intestate just prior to 15 April 1747, the date of the inventory of his estate. His brother, Francis, was appointed administrator. The residue of his estate was divided into seven parts, indicating that besides his brother, Joseph, who we know was deceased, two other children of Joseph and Thamy's must have died without issue between 1741 and 23 January 1747/48 when the estate was settled.

Frances -- According to the document appointing him administrator of Richard's estate, lived in Middlesex county, New Jersey. Other records indicate that he lived in Middletown and New Brunswick (Middlesex Co.) and had a son, Daniel, born in 1746.

Phebe -- Nothing is known. It is suspected that Phebe, as well as Martha and Mary, may not have married.

It has never been determined from whence Robert Holman came, but from all indications he was newly married and probably had no more than one or two children at the time he settled in Upper Freehold. We have assumed that he came within a year or so before 16 February 1685/86, the date he received a brand for his stock. It seems reasonable that he would need a brand immediately, as he lived next to unsurveyed land and fencing was probably limited to the area around his buildings so that much of his stock was not confined. We feel sure that my ancestor, Joseph Holman was the eldest son, since he inherited the farm. Joseph died in 1741, and if we assume he died in his early sixties, then he would have been born around 1680. Since my ancestor, Thamy, was apparently his eldest child and she was born 10 May 1710, Joseph would have been born about the time we think his father settled in Upper Freehold. It is believed that the Holmans came from Rhode Island. According to early historians, the name was originally Holliman, going first to Holeman and then to Holman.

On 30 December 1667, the town of Middletown, New Jersey, was organized as follows, "The lotts of Middleton all layd out being numbered thirty-six beginning at the west end upon the south side with number one and ending at the west and north side with number thirty-six." Among the purchasers was a Samuel Holeman who bought lot Number 13. On 8 June 1672, he sold the lot to Steven Arnold and the bill of sale read, "To all people before whom this deed of sale shall come, Sammuel Holeman (sojourner) at Newport on Road Illand sendeth greetings. Know yee, that I Sammuel Holeman sojourner at Newport on Road Illand in the Collony of Road Illand and Providence Plantation for a valuable summe of money", etc.

The early records at the Courthouse in Freeport, Monmouth County, contain the name Samuel Holliman during the period 1667 to 1670, which indicated that Samuel may have lived in New Jersey during this period, but for some reason decided to move back to Rhode Island. Could this Samuel Holliman (Holeman) have been a brother of Robert? We are quite sure that he wasn't his father, as Robert didn't appear in Samuel's Will. So far, nothing has been found to make a connection between Samuel and Robert. We know that there were Hollimans and Holemans in Rhode Island. From an article in the Newport Historical Magazine entitled "Rhode Islanders who Settled in Monmouth, New Jersey", the following is quoted: "Samuel Holliman was the son of Ezekial Holliman of Providence "a man of gifts and plenty" who baptized Rober Williams. The name Holliman has been shortened by descendants to Holman". If we could just find a connection, our ancestral line could go back another generation or two.

Harold Weary
15 South Pine St., Unit 404
Mt. Prospect, Ill 60056.











Robert Gravatt

M, b. 1708, d. 1749
Robert Gravatt|b. 1708\nd. 1749|p397.htm#i373997|Samuel Gravatt||p397.htm#i373998||||||||||||||||
      Robert Gravatt was born in 1708 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Samuel Gravatt. Robert married Thamy Holman, daughter of Joseph Holman and Thampson (Unknown), in 1724. Robert Gravatt died in 1749 at Possibly, Pennsylvania.

Samuel Gravatt

M

Child of Samuel Gravatt

Thomas Holman

M, b. 1686
Thomas Holman|b. 1686|p397.htm#i374015|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Thomas Holman was born in 1686. He was the son of Robert Holman and Sarah (Unknown).

Robert Holman

M, b. 1688
Robert Holman|b. 1688|p397.htm#i374016|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Robert Holman was born in 1688. He was the son of Robert Holman and Sarah (Unknown).

Daniel Holman

M, b. 1689
Daniel Holman|b. 1689|p397.htm#i374017|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Daniel Holman was born in 1689. He was the son of Robert Holman and Sarah (Unknown).

Elias Holman

M, b. 1690
Elias Holman|b. 1690|p397.htm#i374018|Robert Holman|b. 1660\nd. Jun 1709|p393.htm#i369698|Sarah (Unknown)||p394.htm#i369699|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Elias Holman was born in 1690. He was the son of Robert Holman and Sarah (Unknown). Elias married Mary (Unknown). Elias Holman died; died between the 24th of December 1747 and the 27th of January 1747/48.

Maria A. (Unknown)

F, b. Mar 1855
      Maria A. (Unknown) was born in Mar-1855 at New York. Maria married David W. Kipp, son of William D. Kipp and Elizabeth Banta, circa 1888.
Census1-Jun-1900Orangetown, Rockland County, New York

James Hall Fuller

M
     James married Elizabeth Ayres.

Child of James Hall Fuller and Elizabeth Ayres

Elizabeth Ayres

F
     Elizabeth married James Hall Fuller.

Child of Elizabeth Ayres and James Hall Fuller

Jan Van Pelt

M, b. 2 Dec 1688
Jan Van Pelt|b. 2 Dec 1688|p397.htm#i374582|Aerte Teunissen Lanen Van Pelt|b. 1661\nd. after 1739|p111.htm#i57243|Neeltje Jans Van Thuyl|b. 16 Nov 1664|p111.htm#i57196|Anthonius Laenen|b. 5 May 1622\nd. 1699|p96.htm#i40568|Grietje Antonis|b. circa 1620\nd. 1696|p96.htm#i40569|Jan O. Van Tuyl|b. between 1636 and 1641\nd. circa 1692|p96.htm#i40571|Geertruyd J. Van Lent|b. circa 1643\nd. after 11 Apr 1699|p96.htm#i40570|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Jan Van Pelt was born on 2-Dec-1688. He was the son of Aerte Teunissen Lanen Van Pelt and Neeltje Jans Van Thuyl.

John Emans

M

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     John married Elizabeth Van Aaken.

Child of John Emans and Elizabeth Van Aaken

Elizabeth Van Aaken

F

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Elizabeth married John Emans.

Child of Elizabeth Van Aaken and John Emans

John Marshall Jr.

M
John Marshall Jr.||p397.htm#i377647|John Marshall|b. 2 Feb 1603|p398.htm#i377652|Mary (Unknown)||p398.htm#i377653|Humphrey Marshall|b. 30 Oct 1559|p398.htm#i377656||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Marshall Jr. was born. He was the son of John Marshall and Mary (Unknown). John married Mary (Unknown) circa 1649.

Children of John Marshall Jr. and Mary (Unknown)

Mary (Unknown)

F

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Mary married John Marshall Jr., son of John Marshall and Mary (Unknown), circa 1649.

Children of Mary (Unknown) and John Marshall Jr.

Abraham Marshall

M, b. 5 Oct 1652
Abraham Marshall|b. 5 Oct 1652|p397.htm#i377649|John Marshall Jr.||p397.htm#i377647|Mary (Unknown)||p397.htm#i377648|John Marshall|b. 2 Feb 1603|p398.htm#i377652|Mary (Unknown)||p398.htm#i377653|||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Abraham Marshall was baptized on 5-Oct-1652. He was the son of John Marshall Jr. and Mary (Unknown).
     Abraham Marshall resided at at Winston, England.
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