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Experience Sabin

F, b. 5 Oct 1676, d. Nov 1676
Experience Sabin|b. 5 Oct 1676\nd. Nov 1676|p6.htm#i306|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|William Sabin|b. 11 Oct 1609\nd. 17 Jul 1687|p19.htm#i3450|Mary Wright|b. circa 1620\nd. circa 1662|p19.htm#i3451|Francis Billington|b. between 1606 and 1609\nd. 3 Dec 1684|p5.htm#i286|Christian Penn|b. 1606\nd. circa 1684|p5.htm#i287|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Experience Sabin was born on 5-Oct-1676 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Samuel Sabin Sr. and Mary Billington. Experience Sabin died in Nov-1676. Experience was buried on 28-Nov-1676.

Mary Sabin

F, b. 4 Mar 1678
Mary Sabin|b. 4 Mar 1678|p6.htm#i307|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|William Sabin|b. 11 Oct 1609\nd. 17 Jul 1687|p19.htm#i3450|Mary Wright|b. circa 1620\nd. circa 1662|p19.htm#i3451|Francis Billington|b. between 1606 and 1609\nd. 3 Dec 1684|p5.htm#i286|Christian Penn|b. 1606\nd. circa 1684|p5.htm#i287|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mary Sabin was born on 4-Mar-1678 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Samuel Sabin Sr. and Mary Billington. Mary married Nathaniel Cooper.

Sarah Sabin

F, b. 10 Aug 1667, d. 9 Mar 1708/9
Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|William Sabin|b. 11 Oct 1609\nd. 17 Jul 1687|p19.htm#i3450|Mary Wright|b. circa 1620\nd. circa 1662|p19.htm#i3451|Francis Billington|b. between 1606 and 1609\nd. 3 Dec 1684|p5.htm#i286|Christian Penn|b. 1606\nd. circa 1684|p5.htm#i287|

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Sabin was born on 10-Aug-1667 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Samuel Sabin Sr. and Mary Billington. Sarah married John Kingsley, son of Eldad Kingsley and Mehitable Mowry, on 1-Jul-1686 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. Sarah Sabin died on 9-Mar-1708/9 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 41.

Children of Sarah Sabin and John Kingsley

John Kingsley

M, b. 6 May 1665, d. 17 Mar 1732/33
John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|John Kingsley|b. 7 Sep 1614\nd. circa Jan 1679|p20.htm#i3557|Elizabeth Stoughton|d. before 1656|p20.htm#i3558|Roger Mowry|b. 1610\nd. 5 Jan 1666/67|p20.htm#i3562|Mary Johnson|b. 31 Jul 1614\nd. 29 Jan 1678/79|p20.htm#i3561|

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Kingsley was born on 6-May-1665 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Eldad Kingsley and Mehitable Mowry. John married Sarah Sabin, daughter of Samuel Sabin Sr. and Mary Billington, on 1-Jul-1686 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. John married Elizabeth Storrs. John Kingsley died on 17-Mar-1732/33 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 67. John was buried at Scotland First Congregational Church Cemetery, Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. John's estate was proved on 10-Apr-1733.
     He conveyed land "for love" to sons John and Ezra on 10-May-1720.
John's left a will on 17-Mar-1733

He named wife Elizabeth executrix; gave sons Josiah and Amos the homestead, son John his gun and sword, son Ezra his carpenter tools and named son Eldad. Daughter Tabitha Broughton received his cattle. His grand-children, children of daughter Sarah Hix, deceased, were to have a mare. Bequests were made to daughters Lydia and Elizabeth Kingsley, singlewomen. All of the named children and John Broughton signed an agreement that widow Elizabeth should have all the moveables in the estate except those specifically bequeathed to others, dated 13 Aug 1733.

Children of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin

Child of John Kingsley and Elizabeth Storrs

Mary Kingsley

F, b. 1 Mar 1687, d. 7 Mar 1705/6
Mary Kingsley|b. 1 Mar 1687\nd. 7 Mar 1705/6|p6.htm#i310|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mary Kingsley was born on 1-Mar-1687 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Mary Kingsley died on 7-Mar-1705/6 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 19.

Tabatha Kingsley

F, b. 23 Sep 1688
Tabatha Kingsley|b. 23 Sep 1688|p6.htm#i311|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Tabatha Kingsley was born on 23-Sep-1688 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Tabatha married John Broughton, son of John Broughton and Elizabeth (Unknown), on 10-May-1709 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut.
      [From MF] Tabitha m. Windham CT 10 May 1709 *JOHN BROUGHTON who was b. Northampton 9 Mar 1680/1 or 7 Jan 1680 and d. after 13 Aug 1733, s/o John & Elizabeth (Woodruff) Broughton. [N.B.] John Broughton had no first wife as stated by Bowen in his Woodstock Families 2:658. John's father, John and step mother Hannah (Allis) Broughton also lived at Windham, the probable cause of confusion. In the 1731 settlement of his father's estate, John Broughton was called of Windham now of Ashford CT but no records for them have been found in Ashford. In 1720 John Broughton sold land at Windham to (his brother-in-law) Ezra Kingsley. There is no probate record for John Broughton in Windham CT District or in Pomfret CT District, which included Ashford after 1752.

Sarah Kingsley

F, b. 9 Oct 1690, d. Oct 1727
Sarah Kingsley|b. 9 Oct 1690\nd. Oct 1727|p6.htm#i312|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Kingsley was born on 9-Oct-1690 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Sarah married Ephraim Hicks on 10-Feb-1708/9 at Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts. Sarah Kingsley died in Oct-1727.
      [From MF] Sarah m. Swansea 10 Feb 1708/9, int. Rehoboth 18 Dec 1708, EPHRAIM HIX/HICKS, prob. b. ca. 1687, d. after 21 Oct 1765, when he acknowledged a deed at Rehoboth, s/o Emphraim Hix of Swansea and Rehoboth. He m(2) Swansea 28 Aug 1728 JOHANNA LUTHER who was b. Swansea 16 Aug 1687, d/o Theophilus & Lydia (Kinnecutt) Luther. He m(3) EUNICE _____ who d. Rehoboth 25 Feb 1748/9 as "wife of Deacon Ephraim Hix." Deacon Ephraim Hix m(4) int. Rehoboth 22 Apr 1749 ANN PEIRCE, prob. a widow. Ephraim Hix was a deacon of the Baptist Church at Rehoboth. He appears on the 1759 and 1765 tax lists: Deacon Ephraim Hix and son Barnard," as one house hold unit. Barnard Hix was taxed in 1769, but his father Ephraim is not listed, apparently having died or moved away in the interim. No death or probate record for this Ephraim Hix was found in Bristol Co. On 10 Jun 1746, Ephraim Hix, for 200 pounds old tenor, sold to Barnard Hix [his son] half of his dwelling house and 20 adjoining acres. That Barnard continued to share the homestead with his father until 1765 is shown by the Rehoboth tax lists. Finally, in his last land transaction, on 6 Aug 1765, acknowledged 21 Oct 1765, Emphraim Hix conveyed "for love to my son Benjamin Hix," the eldest child, whose birth was not recorded in town records.

Elizabeth Kingsley

F, b. 29 Dec 1692, d. circa 1792
Elizabeth Kingsley|b. 29 Dec 1692\nd. circa 1792|p6.htm#i313|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Elizabeth Kingsley was born on 29-Dec-1692 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Elizabeth Kingsley died circa 1792 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut.

John Kingsley

M, b. 26 Feb 1694/95, d. after 9 Feb 1754
John Kingsley|b. 26 Feb 1694/95\nd. after 9 Feb 1754|p6.htm#i314|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Kingsley was born on 26-Feb-1694/95 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. John married Elizabeth Bass, daughter of John Bass and Elizabeth Neale, on 25-Dec-1717 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. John Kingsley died after 9-Feb-1754 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut.
      [From MF] The will of John Bass of Windham CT written 16 Apr 1752, probated 15 Oct 1753, included as an heir, dau. Elizabeth, wife of John Kingsley. Elizabeth signed for her share of father's estate 8 Nov 1753, but husband John Kingsley receipted alone for John Bass's legacy 9 Feb 1754 calling Elizabeth "my former wife." John Kingsley sold 33 acres in the Second Society in Windham to Benjamin Bidlack 17 Jan 1749/1750. There is no probate record for him in Windham District, and no death record has been found.

Josiah Kingsley

M, b. 18 Jan 1696/97
Josiah Kingsley|b. 18 Jan 1696/97|p6.htm#i315|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Josiah Kingsley was born on 18-Jan-1696/97 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. He was the son of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Josiah married Dorotha Bingham, daughter of Thomas Bingham and Hannah Backus, on 10-Dec-1718 at Windham County, Connecticut.

Amos Kingsley

M, b. 18 Jan 1696/97, d. 23 Apr 1787
Amos Kingsley|b. 18 Jan 1696/97\nd. 23 Apr 1787|p6.htm#i316|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Amos Kingsley was born on 18-Jan-1696/97 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Amos married Ruth Adams, daughter of Henry Adams I and Ruth Ellis, on 12-Jun-1723 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. Amos Kingsley died on 23-Apr-1787 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 90.

Ezra Kingsley

M, b. 10 Dec 1698, d. 8 Apr 1759
Ezra Kingsley|b. 10 Dec 1698\nd. 8 Apr 1759|p6.htm#i317|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ezra Kingsley was born on 10-Dec-1698 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Ezra married Elizabeth Wight, daughter of Joshua Wight and Elizabeth Spowell, on 31-Dec-1719 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. Ezra married Mary Follet, daughter of Benjamin Follet and Patience Doughty, on 10-Nov-1743. Ezra Kingsley died on 8-Apr-1759 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 60.
Occupation1740Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, part owner of a grist mill

Children of Ezra Kingsley and Elizabeth Wight

Children of Ezra Kingsley and Mary Follet

Eliphalet Kingsley

M, b. 2 Feb 1703/4, d. 9 May 1721
Eliphalet Kingsley|b. 2 Feb 1703/4\nd. 9 May 1721|p6.htm#i318|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Eliphalet Kingsley was born on 2-Feb-1703/4 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. He was the son of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Eliphalet Kingsley died on 9-May-1721 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut, at age 17.

Eldad Kingsley1

M, b. 8 Jan 1707, d. 20 Jan 1787
Eldad Kingsley|b. 8 Jan 1707\nd. 20 Jan 1787|p6.htm#i319|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Sarah Sabin|b. 10 Aug 1667\nd. 9 Mar 1708/9|p6.htm#i308|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Samuel Sabin Sr.|b. circa 1640\nd. 23 Sep 1699|p5.htm#i299|Mary Billington|b. circa 1640\nd. after 27 Jun 1717|p5.htm#i291|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Eldad Kingsley was born on 8-Jan-1707 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. He was the son of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin. Eldad married Priscilla Bass, daughter of John Bass and Elizabeth Neale, on 20-Jun-1733 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. Eldad Kingsley died on 20-Jan-1787 at Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, at age 80.
      [From MF] John Bass of Windham CT, in his will written 16 Apr 1752, probated 15 Oct 1753, named Priscilla wife of Eldad Kingsley as one of his daughters. Priscilla Kingsley was admitted to the Scotland Cong'l Church 1 Nov 1741 and children Oliver, Eunice and Lydia were bapt. there 8 Nov 1741. No probate record for Eldad or Priscilla appears in Windham CT District, which included Lebanon in 1787. Both Eldad & his wife Priscilla are buried in Scoville and Buckingham Cemetery, Lebanon, CT. The first five of their children were born in Windham, CT, the others in Lebanon, CT.

Citations

  1. Not in Robert Kingsley GEDCOM.

Elizabeth Wight

F, b. 17 Oct 1703, d. 19 Mar 1735
Elizabeth Wight|b. 17 Oct 1703\nd. 19 Mar 1735|p6.htm#i320|Joshua Wight|b. 25 Jul 1679|p132.htm#i73538|Elizabeth Spowell|b. circa 1678\nd. 15 Mar 1765|p132.htm#i73539|Thomas Wight Jr.|b. 1629\nd. 25 Sep 1690|p142.htm#i87820|Mehitable Cheney|b. 1 Jun 1643\nd. 1693|p142.htm#i87821|William Spowell|b. 18 Jan 1654/55|p196.htm#i104781||||

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Elizabeth Wight was born on 17-Oct-1703 at Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Joshua Wight and Elizabeth Spowell. Elizabeth married Ezra Kingsley, son of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin, on 31-Dec-1719 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. Elizabeth Wight died on 19-Mar-1735 at age 31.
     She was also known as Elizabeth White. She was also known as Elizabeth Wright.

Children of Elizabeth Wight and Ezra Kingsley

Ruth Adams

F, b. 10 Apr 1702
Ruth Adams|b. 10 Apr 1702|p6.htm#i321|Henry Adams I||p340.htm#i253454|Ruth Ellis|b. 31 Oct 1670\nd. before 28 Oct 1735|p340.htm#i253455|||||||Thomas Ellis|b. circa 1629\nd. between 1690 and 1692|p340.htm#i253456|Mary Wight|b. 27 Jan 1645/46\nd. 7 Mar 1692/93|p143.htm#i87830|

Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ruth Adams was born on 10-Apr-1702 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. She was the daughter of Henry Adams I and Ruth Ellis. Ruth married Amos Kingsley, son of John Kingsley and Sarah Sabin, on 12-Jun-1723 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut.

Eldad Kingsley

M, b. circa 1638, d. 30 Aug 1679
Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|John Kingsley|b. 7 Sep 1614\nd. circa Jan 1679|p20.htm#i3557|Elizabeth Stoughton|d. before 1656|p20.htm#i3558|John Kinsey|b. 3 May 1759\nd. 1639|p220.htm#i119193|Katherine Butler||p220.htm#i119194|||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Eldad Kingsley was born circa 1638 at Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He was born in 1638 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Kingsley and Elizabeth Stoughton. Eldad married Mehitable Mowry, daughter of Roger Mowry and Mary Johnson, on 9-May-1662 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. Eldad Kingsley died on 20-Aug-1679 or 30-1679 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He died on 30-Aug-1679 at Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts.
     (Robert Kingsley has the birth place for all childern at Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA).

Children of Eldad Kingsley and Mehitable Mowry

Mehitable Mowry

F, b. circa 1643
Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|Roger Mowry|b. 1610\nd. 5 Jan 1666/67|p20.htm#i3562|Mary Johnson|b. 31 Jul 1614\nd. 29 Jan 1678/79|p20.htm#i3561|Thomas Mowry||p87.htm#i37502|Elizabeth (Unknown)||p103.htm#i42013|John Johnson|b. 1588\nd. 30 Sep 1659|p87.htm#i37501|Mary Heath|b. 24 Mar 1593/94|p241.htm#i129171|

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mehitable Mowry was born circa 1643. She was the daughter of Roger Mowry and Mary Johnson. Mehitable Mowry was born on 19-Jan-1644 at Salem, Essex County, New Jersey. Mehitable married Eldad Kingsley, son of John Kingsley and Elizabeth Stoughton, on 9-May-1662 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. Mehitable married Timothy Brooks after 15-Sep-1680 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.
     Mehitable Mowry was also known as Mehitable Morey.

Children of Mehitable Mowry and Eldad Kingsley

Elizabeth Storrs

F, b. 9 Mar 1707/8
      Elizabeth Storrs was born on 9-Mar-1707/8. Elizabeth married John Kingsley, son of Eldad Kingsley and Mehitable Mowry.

Child of Elizabeth Storrs and John Kingsley

Ebenezer Kingsley

M, b. 5 Apr 1714
Ebenezer Kingsley|b. 5 Apr 1714|p6.htm#i325|John Kingsley|b. 6 May 1665\nd. 17 Mar 1732/33|p6.htm#i309|Elizabeth Storrs|b. 9 Mar 1707/8|p6.htm#i324|Eldad Kingsley|b. circa 1638\nd. 30 Aug 1679|p6.htm#i322|Mehitable Mowry|b. circa 1643|p6.htm#i323|||||||

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ebenezer Kingsley was born on 5-Apr-1714. He was the son of John Kingsley and Elizabeth Storrs.

Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven

M, b. 1615, d. before 21 Apr 1670
Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1615\nd. before 21 Apr 1670|p6.htm#i326|Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p5.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p5.htm#i280|Gerritt J. Couwenhoven||p111.htm#i57982||||Jacob Petersz|d. before 1611|p128.htm#i71591|Metgen Jacobsdr|d. before 1611|p128.htm#i71592|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven was born in 1615 at Amersfoort, Utrecht, Netherlands. He was the son of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Neeltgen Jacobsdochter. Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven published marriage intentions Jacobus Couwenhoven of Amersfoort residing in the Jonge Roelen Alley, 22 years old, asseisted by his uncle Rutgert Jansz, parents still living, marries Hester Jans of Haarlem, 22 years old, living on the Princes' Canal with her mother Lijsbert Setten.

He signes: Jacobus Couwenhoven on 14-Nov-1637 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. Jacob married Hester Jansen, daughter of Lijsbet Setten, on 1-Dec-1637 at New Church, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands; Married by Domine Gelldorpus (Bible). Jacob married Magdaleentje Jacobs Van Amsterdam on 26-Sep-1655. Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven died before 21-Apr-1670. He died in 1673 or 1674 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York.
     He was also known as Jacob Van Couwenhoven. He was also known as Jacob Worlfertsen Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Jacob Van Kouwenhoven.

Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven's Bible.





















The Inventory of Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven was taken on 21-Apr-1670.

Child of Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Hester Jansen

Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven

M, b. circa 1614
Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1614|p6.htm#i327|Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p5.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p5.htm#i280|Gerritt J. Couwenhoven||p111.htm#i57982||||Jacob Petersz|d. before 1611|p128.htm#i71591|Metgen Jacobsdr|d. before 1611|p128.htm#i71592|

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven was born circa 1614 at Amersfoort, Utrecht, Netherlands. He was the son of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Neeltgen Jacobsdochter. Pieter married Hester Daws, daughter of Dawes Symon, on 2-Dec-1640 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Before 7-Jan-1642 Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Maria du Trieux had a relationship which resulted in issue. Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Sibrants obtained a marriage license on 4-Nov-1665 at New York. Pieter married Aeltje Sibrants on 22-Nov-1665. Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven married Josynthe Thomas on 19-May-1699; Not historians agree that this marraige took place.     
     Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Tryntje Pieters were possible father and daughter. Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven was also known as Pieter Wolfertsen Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Peter Van Cowenhoven. He was also known as Pieter Kowenhoven. He was also known as Pieter Van Couwenhoven.

I, the undersigned Pieter Wolphersen, hereby acknowledge for myself, my heirs and successors that this day, date underwritten, I have adopted, as I do hereby adopt, Aeltjem Pieters van Couwenhoven, my own daughter, whom I have begotten and procreated by Maria de Truy, promising therefore that from this date I shall do by the above-named, my daughter, as a god fearing father is bound and ought to do by his own legitimate daughter; therefore, I hereby discharge and release Cornelis Volckersen, husband and guardian of the aforesaid Maria de Truy, from all charges and responsibilities incidental to the bringing up of a child till she becomes of age; I, Pieter Wolphersen, promising to look after the child, to let her learn to read and to bring her up according to my means.

Furthermore, if I do not beget any children by my present wife, the above named child shall be my rightful heiress and inheritrix, as if she were duly begotten in lawful wedlock, and if it happens that children be begotten by me and my wife, the above named Aeltjen Pieters shall receive, like the legitimate children on my side, a just child's portion of all such goods, means and effects as it shall please the Lord God Almighty to bestow on me. Requesting that this may have effect before all courts, I have signed this without fraud in the presence of the subscribing witnesses hereto invited. Done, the 7th day of January 1642.

This is x the mark of Pieter Wolphersen
Jacob Couwenhoven
Philippe du Trieux
Acknowledged before me, Cornelis van Tienhoven, Secretary.

He was commisoned a Lt. during the Esopus War on 30-Jun-1663.









Peter Covenhoven, or Conover, purchased land in what is now Atlantic County in 1695, between which date and 1698 he took up 150 acres in one tract, also 250 acres bounding on Great Egg Harbor River and Patconk Creek.

The founder of this family was Wolphert Garretson Van Courvenhoven, who came from Amersfoot, in the province of Utrecht, Holland, in 1630, and settled near Albany. He soon afterwards re­moved to Manhattan Island and was enrolled among the burghers of New Amsterdam, now New York. In 1636 he bought a tract of land on Long Island of the Indians, for which he received confirmation of patent from the Dutch in 1658. This tract was known as Flatlands, and here lie died in 1662. He had sons Jacob, Garret and Peter, all born in Holland, who came over with him in 1630. The son Peter, from whom descended the Conovers of Atlantic, was married three times. He first married Hester Symons Dows, De­cember 2, 1640; second Alye Sybrants, November 22, 1665; third Josyntee Thomas, May 19, 1699.

Peter Conover was settled in New Amsterdam (New York) as early as 1633. ,He engaged in mercantile pursuits with his brother Jacob, who was a miller, a considerable trade being carried on in flour, which was bolted in windmills. Jacob became embarrassed in some private speculations and Peter separated his business connections. The property of Jacob, consisting of a good stone dwelling and a mill, was sold. Peter continued his mercantile pursuits and also engaged in brewing, then a profitable business. He also held civil positions and was a magistrate in 1652-4-8-9 and 1661-3. His residence in New York was in Pearl street, near Whitehall, and his place of business at the corner of those streets. He was also a lieutenant in the military service under General Stuyvesant, and on several occasions was in service against unfriendly Indians. In 1663 the Dutch who were settled at Esopus (now Kingston), on the Hudson River, were set upon by a large band of savages. The male portion of the settlers had gone to the field to their accustomed labor, when a number of savages entered the village in a careless manner, sauntering among the inhabitants. Soon after, they sounded their war whoop and began to kill or take captive the women and children. Many of the men were also killed in the field. The total loss of the Dutch was seventy; twenty-five killed and forty-five taken captive. Twelve dwellings, being every house, were destroyed. The mill alone was left. General Stuyvesant ordered Captain Martin Kriger and Lieutenant Covenhoven to retaliate. Their company consisted of two hundred and ten men. of whom forty were friendly Indians, and they marched to Esopus late one afternoon in July. Proceeding four miles, they halted until the moon rose and then marched again, but the country being wild they could not proceed by night. The day being come, they marched forward, felling trees to cross streams, for they had wagons and a cannon. With great difficulty they proceeded twenty-four miles and came within four miles of an Indian fort, to which all the captives had been taken. Lieutenant Coven­hoven was sent forward with one hundred and sixteen men to sur­prise the fort, but the Indians had decamped to the mountains, tak­ing their captives with them. Covenhoven continued in hot pursuit and reached an Indian camp, but that too was deserted. The pur­suit was given tip after burning up the Indian stores of maize, beans and grain growing. They then marched to another fort, thirty-six miles distant, when a fight took place and several savages were killed.

Some years later Covenhoven became involved in lawsuits and his temper was soured by some adverse decisions in suits to which he was a party. As he thought these decisions unjust, he made some remarks derogatory of the character of the court, for which he was sentenced to a brief imprisonment and fined. For these reasons he left New Amsterdam in disgust, and Valentine's New York Manual says he retired to a farm which he owned at Elizabethtown, New Jersey, where he spent most of his time.

The surname of this family, originally Courvenhoven, it is said, means "cold farms." In earliest New Jersey records it is given as Corvenhoven, Covenover and Covenhoven, and about the time of the Revolution many members adopted the spelling now generally used of Conover. The descendants in old Gloucester of Peter Covenhoven have a good Revolutionary record. One Peter Covenhoven was a lieutenant, commissioned November 14, 1777; Isaac, John and Joseph were privates. Of those who gave their names as Conover, David, Jesse, Micajah, Peter and Peter B., were soldiers in that war. The family branched over into other counties, and among these Isaiah Conover was a member of the Legislature many years ago from Salem County. Another descendant named Joseph went to old Monmouth County, and was in the Legislature in 1824-26. The given names of Peter and Joseph are quite frequent among descendants of the first Peter. The name of the founder of the Conover family, Wolphert Garretson Van Courvenhoven, means Wolphert the son of Garret of Courvenhoven. Garret, the father of Wolphert, must have been born over three hundred years ago, as his grandson, Peter, was in business in New York in 1633. The Conovers have substantial claim to he considered an old family, as their known family record dates back at least three centuries.


First Families of Eyren Haven.

Occupation1688Elizabethtown, Essex County, New Jersey, was a brewer

Child of Lt. Pieter Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven and Maria du Trieux

Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

F, b. 10 Apr 1644, d. between 1702 and 1709
Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 10 Apr 1644\nd. between 1702 and 1709|p6.htm#i328|Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p5.htm#i275|Aeltje Cornelis Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p5.htm#i276|Wolphert G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p5.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p5.htm#i280|Cornelius L. Cool|b. circa 1588|p5.htm#i277|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p180.htm#i103695|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
     Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 10-Apr-1644 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. She was born on 10-Apr-1644 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool. Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 10-Sep-1644 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Marretje married Coert Stevense Van Voorhees, son of Steven Coerts Van Voorhees and Aeltje Wessels, before 1664. Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven died between 1702 and 1709.
     She was also known as Marretje Van Couvenhoven. She was also known as Marytje Van Couwenhoven. She was also known as Marretje Kowenhoven.

Child of Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Coert Stevense Van Voorhees

Coert Stevense Van Voorhees

M, b. 1638, d. after 20 Jun 1699
Coert Stevense Van Voorhees|b. 1638\nd. after 20 Jun 1699|p6.htm#i329|Steven Coerts Van Voorhees|b. 1600\nd. 16 Feb 1683/84|p14.htm#i925|Aeltje Wessels||p27.htm#i9107|Coert A. Van Voorhees|b. circa 1537\nd. circa 1620|p55.htm#i25483|Mergin Hendrickje|b. circa 1541|p55.htm#i25484|||||||
      Coert Stevense Van Voorhees was born in 1637 at Hess, Drenthe, Netherlands. He was born in 1638 at Netherlands. He was born in 1638 at Hees, Drenthe, Netherlands. He was the son of Steven Coerts Van Voorhees and Aeltje Wessels. Coert Stevense Van Voorhees was born circa 1639 at Of, Ruenen, Drenthe, Netherlands. Coert married Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, daughter of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, before 1664. Coert Stevense Van Voorhees died after 20-Jun-1699.
     He was also known as Coert Steven Van Voorhees. He was also known as Koert Stevensen Van Voorhees. He was also known as Coerte Stevens Van Vorhis. He was also known as Coert Stephense Van Voores. He was also known as Coert Stevensen Van Hees. He was also known as Coert Stevenz Van Voorhies. He was also known as Cheri Stevense Van Voorhees. He was also known as Coerte Stevens Van Voorhees. He immigrated; He came over with his father in 1660, settled in Flatlands. On an unknown date He was one of two representatives of Flatlands in Assembly held at City Hall in New Amsterdam, April 10, 1664.
On 26-Mar-1674 He was a delegate to the convention at New Orange.
He a deacon and member at Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Kings County, New York, 1677. He gave oath of allegiance in Sep-1687. He captain of Militia in 1689.
Coert Stevense Van Voorhees purchased bought of John Tilton all his real estate on 8-Mar-1691 at Gravesend, Kings County, New York.
He He conveyed this proerty to his son Albert on 20-Jun-1699.
OccupationHe was a magistrate, 1664 and 1673

Child of Coert Stevense Van Voorhees and Marretje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

F, b. 20 Sep 1641, d. circa 1672
Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 20 Sep 1641\nd. circa 1672|p6.htm#i330|Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p5.htm#i275|Aeltje Cornelis Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p5.htm#i276|Wolphert G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p5.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p5.htm#i280|Cornelius L. Cool|b. circa 1588|p5.htm#i277|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p180.htm#i103695|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
     Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 20-Sep-1641 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was born on 20-Sep-1641 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool. Neeltje married Roelof Martense Schenck, son of Martin Van Nydeck Schenck and Maria Margretha Bockhurst, circa 1660 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven died circa 1672.
     She was also known as Neeltje Gerretse Van Couwehnoven. She was also known as Neeltje Van Couvenhoven. She was also known as Neeltje Garetse Kowenhoven.

Children of Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Roelof Martense Schenck

Roelof Martense Schenck

M, b. 16 Sep 1620, d. 1704/5
Roelof Martense Schenck|b. 16 Sep 1620\nd. 1704/5|p6.htm#i331|Martin Van Nydeck Schenck|b. 7 Aug 1584|p13.htm#i914|Maria Margretha Bockhurst|b. 1609|p137.htm#i82798|||||||||||||
      Roelof Martense Schenck was born on 16-Sep-1620 at Amersfoort, Utrecht, Netherlands. He was the son of Martin Van Nydeck Schenck and Maria Margretha Bockhurst. Roelof Martense Schenck was born circa 1630 at Amersfoort, Utrecht, Netherlands. Roelof married Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, daughter of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, circa 1660 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Roelof married Annetje Wyckoff, daughter of Pieter Claesen Wyckoff and Grietje Cornelis Van Ness, circa 1675. Roelof married Catryntyna Crigers on 19-Nov-1688. Roelof Martense Schenck died circa 1704 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He died in 1704/5 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Roelof's estate was proved on 26-Jul-1705 at New York City, New York County, New York.
     He was also known as Roelof Martinse Schenck. He was also known as Roelof Martinse Schenck. He was also known as Roelof Martensz Schenck. He immigrated in 1650; from the Netherlands. He obtained a patent for 23 morgens at Flatlands. He held the position of magistrate between 1662 and 1664. He was a representative in the Hempstead convention in 1665.
Roelof Martense Schenck purchased 200 acres on 19-Mar-1674 at Amersfort, Kings County, New York.
He gave oath of allegiance in 1678 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He held the position of justice of the peace, 1684, 1689, and 1692 in 1684. He held the position of sheriff of the county in 1685.
Roelof Martense Schenck purchased bought of a brother one-half of mill and the island on which it stood on 20-Apr-1688.
He Captain of Horse in 1690.
Roelof Martense's left a will on 4-Sep-1704 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York.

In the name of God, Amen, ye fourth day of September in the third year ye reign of our sovereign Lady Anne now of England and ye Queen and in ye year of our Lord, One Thousand and seven hundred and four, I Roeloff Schenck of Flatlands in the Kings County on Nassau Island in the Colony of New York, being of good and perfect memory, pleased be Almighty God, therefore do make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say first I recommend my soul unto Almighty God who gave it and my body to the Earth to be buried in such a decent and Christian like manner and in such place as by my Executor hereafter named shall be thought fit and convenient, hoping for a glorious Resurrection at the last day.

Item. I give, grant, devise and bequeath unto my loving wife, Catherine Schenck, for and during her natural life, all my farm or tenement at Flatlands aforesaid now in my possession and whereon I live with ye house, garden, barn, orchard and premises thereunto belonging to have, hold, occupy and enjoy for her use only without impeachment of wait for and during her natural life and according to a contract and agreement made between my said wife Catherine and myself before marriage bearing date ye ninth day of November 1688, reference being thereunto had may at large appear provided always that if my said wife Catherine happens to remarry after my decease, then my gift grant devise and bequeath above said be null and void to all intents and purposes.

Item. I give, grant, devise and bequeath unto my loving son, Martin Schenck, his heirs and assigns for ever after the decease or remarriage of my said wife, Catherine, all my houses, land, tenements, orchards, gardens, meadows in possession, reversion or remainder either within the town and liberties of Flatlands aforesaid or else where to have and hold all ye said houses and lands as afore expressed unto the said Martin Schenck, his heirs and assigns forever upon this condition he paying the Legacies hereafter mentioned unto my children hereafter named within six years after possession taken by him, the said Martin, of my house and lands aforesaid. That is to say to my daughter daughter, Jonica, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to Marike, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my son John, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my son Garrett, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my daughter Margrieta, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my daughter Neltie, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my daughter Marike, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; to my daughter Sarah, Sixty-Four pounds and ten shillings in money; and to the children of my deceased daughter Anneke. By names Roeloff and Albert, each ten pounds in money; and it is will that said legacies be paid to ye legatees aforesaid within six years time as aforementioned and that those of ye legatees that ate in most need or want shall be first paid always provided that if my son Martin refuses, denies or delays ye legacies abovementioned, then my houses and lands above expressed to be equally divided among my children aforementioned and sold to the highest bidder.

Item. I give , grant, devise and bequeath unto my loving children by names Martin, Jonica, Marike, John, Garrett Margarieta, Neltie, Mayke and Sarah their executor and assigns forever after ye decease of remarriage of my said wife Catherine, all my goods and chattels rights and credits whatsoever or wheresoever the same are or shall become due in equal proportion to be divided between them , that is to say the one-half immediately my decease or remarriage as afore and that there be an inventory taken of all my goods and chattels soon after my death by my executors hereafter named that my children or creditors may not be defrauded and that my said wife Catherine shall give in bond and security to deliver or cause to be delivered upon her remarriage or death to my children above named what goods and chattels, and further it is my will that my daughter Sarah before any division of ye moveables aforesaid, have a good outsetting equal as my other children has had and then to share equally with ye rest and that my son Martin, for his birthright as eldest son shall have my Negro boy, Anthony, my said wife only to have ye profit or use of ye one-half of ye labor or service of said boy during her lifetime or remarriage. I do hereby make, appoint and ordain my loving son Martin Schenck whole and sole executor of this my last Will and Testament to see it performed according to ye true intent and meaning thereof.

In Witness whereof, I the said Roeloff Schenck have hereunto put my hand and seal ye day and year first above written Roeloff Schenck. Signed, sealed and declared in ye presence of us, Coerte Stevens, Garret Stoofhooff, Henry Filkin.

Children of Roelof Martense Schenck and Neeltje Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

Children of Roelof Martense Schenck and Annetje Wyckoff

Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven

M, b. 1639, d. circa 1714
Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1639\nd. circa 1714|p6.htm#i332|Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p5.htm#i275|Aeltje Cornelis Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p5.htm#i276|Wolphert G. Van Kouwenhoven|b. before 1 May 1579\nd. between 2 Mar 1662 and 24 Jun 1662|p5.htm#i279|Neeltgen Jacobsdochter|b. circa 1584\nd. circa 1658|p5.htm#i280|Cornelius L. Cool|b. circa 1588|p5.htm#i277|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p180.htm#i103695|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     He was born in 1639, perhaps at Flatlands, L.I., NY. Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven was the son of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool. Jan married Gerardina de Sille, daughter of Nicasius de Sille and Cornelia Meulmans, on 18-May-1670. Jan married Gerardina de Sille, daughter of Nicasius de Sille and Cornelia Meulmans, on 19-May-1670. Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven died circa 1714 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He died circa 1724.
     He was also known as Jan Gerretsen Van Couwenhoven. He was also known as Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven. He was also known as Jan Gerretse Kowenhoven. He was licensed to trade in in 1665 Albany, Albany County, New York. He was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn in 1677 and 1685 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He resided at between 1677 and 1685; Brooklyn Ferry.
Occupation1690Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, He was a commissioner of Brooklyn, 1690, by act of Court of General Sessions of which he was at that time a grand juryman.

Gerardina de Sille

F, b. 10 Feb 1642
Gerardina de Sille|b. 10 Feb 1642|p6.htm#i333|Nicasius de Sille|b. 23 Sep 1610\nd. before 1674|p13.htm#i902|Cornelia Meulmans|b. circa 1617\nd. before 1653|p13.htm#i903|Laurens de Sille|b. 1 Mar 1572\nd. 1637|p49.htm#i20721|Walburga Merwyns|b. circa 1576\nd. 1635|p49.htm#i20722|Peter Meulmans|b. circa 1600|p49.htm#i20719|Anna Marschalk|b. circa 1586|p49.htm#i20720|

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Gerardina de Sille was born on 10-Feb-1642 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Nicasius de Sille and Cornelia Meulmans. Gerardina married Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, on 18-May-1670. Gerardina married Jan Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven, son of Gerret Wolfersen Van Kouwenhoven and Aeltje Cornelis Cool, on 19-May-1670.
     Gerardina de Sille was also known as Gerdientje De Sills. She was also known as Geradientje De Sille.

Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

M, b. 4 Jan 1661/62
Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 4 Jan 1661/62|p6.htm#i334|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p4.htm#i271|Altie Jorise Brinckeroff|b. 29 Jan 1641\nd. 3 Jun 1663|p7.htm#i354|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p5.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p5.htm#i276|Joris D. Brinckerhoef|b. 1604\nd. 16 Jan 1661|p63.htm#i28816|Susannah Dubbels|b. 1602\nd. after 1676|p63.htm#i28815|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 4-Jan-1661/62 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Altie Jorise Brinckeroff. Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was baptized on 15-Jan-1662 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Gerret married Aeltje (Unknown) before 1695.
     Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was also known as Garret Kowenhoven. He was a member of the Flatlands Dutch Church in 1677; member. He gave oath of allegiance in 1687; was entered as native born.      He resided at at Flatlands, Kings County, New York, in 1687.
Gerret Willemse Van Kouwenhoven purchased bought of his stepmother, Jannetje Monfort, and other heirs of Pieter Monfort, Pieter's farm and patent at the Wallabout. on 27-Apr-1701.
On 1704 He also appears to have owned land in Bushwick in 1704. as per records of that town.

Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven

F, b. 14 Dec 1665, d. circa 1690
Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 14 Dec 1665\nd. circa 1690|p6.htm#i335|Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven|b. 1636\nd. 1728|p4.htm#i271|Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort|b. 8 May 1646\nd. after 1723|p4.htm#i272|Gerret W. Van Kouwenhoven|b. circa 1610\nd. circa 1648|p5.htm#i275|Aeltje C. Cool|b. circa 1615\nd. 14 Jun 1683|p5.htm#i276|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|

Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven was born on 14-Dec-1665 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven and Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort. Aeltje married Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen, son of Simon Janse Van Arsdalen and Peternelle Claesen Wyckoff, on 16-Mar-1686/87 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven died circa 1689. She died circa 1690 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York.
     She was also known as Aeltje Couwenhoven. She was also known as Aeltje Willemse Van Couwenhoven. She was also known as Altie Covenhoven.
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