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Hester Mahiew

F, b. 1592, d. after 8 Jun 1666
      Hester Mahiew was born in 1592 at Canterbury, Kent, England. She published marriage intentions on 4-Jul-1603 at Leyden, Netherlands. Hester married Francis Cooke circa 20-Jul-1603. Hester Mahiew died after 8-Jun-1666 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
     She was also known as Hester Mahieu. She was also known as Hester Le Mayhieu.

Children of Hester Mahiew and Francis Cooke

John Gordon

M, b. circa 1695, d. circa Apr 1778
      John Gordon was born circa 1695. John married Antje Schenck, daughter of Garret Roelfse Schenck and Neeltje Coertse Van Voorhees, after 1-Aug-1729. John married Susannah Lane circa 1777. John Gordon died circa Apr-1778.

Sarah Perry

F, b. circa 1659, d. 20 Oct 1734
Sarah Perry|b. circa 1659\nd. 20 Oct 1734|p63.htm#i28276|Ezra Perry|b. 1627\nd. 16 Oct 1689|p131.htm#i73512|Elizabeth Burgess|b. circa 1629\nd. 26 Sep 1717|p131.htm#i73511|Edmund Perry|b. 1599\nd. 1614|p131.htm#i73513|Sarah (Unknown)|b. 1592\nd. 1659|p131.htm#i73514|Thomas Burgess|b. 16 Aug 1601\nd. 13 Feb 1684/85|p105.htm#i42054|Dorothy (Unknown)|b. circa 1605\nd. 27 Feb 1686/87|p105.htm#i42055|

Relationship=1st cousin 9 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Sarah Perry was born circa 1659. She was the daughter of Ezra Perry and Elizabeth Burgess. Sarah married Ephraim Swift, son of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), circa 1678. Sarah Perry died on 20-Oct-1734.

Pierre Cresson

M, b. circa 1578

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Pierre Cresson was born circa 1578 at Of, Sedan, France. Pierre married Elizabeth Vuilesme.

Child of Pierre Cresson and Elizabeth Vuilesme

Pierre Clauss

M, b. circa 1585

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Pierre Clauss was born circa 1585 at France. Pierre married Jeanna Famelar circa 1615.

Child of Pierre Clauss and Jeanna Famelar

Elizabeth Vuilesme

F

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Elizabeth married Pierre Cresson.

Child of Elizabeth Vuilesme and Pierre Cresson

Jeanna Famelar

F, b. 1587

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Jeanna Famelar was born in 1587 at France. Jeanna married Pierre Clauss circa 1615.

Child of Jeanna Famelar and Pierre Clauss

David Sohier

M, b. before 1570
David Sohier|b. before 1570|p63.htm#i28415|Jean Sohier|d. 1583|p80.htm#i35209|Antoinette Malapert||p80.htm#i35210|Martin Sohier|d. 1536|p80.htm#i35211|Sanctine Brassart||p80.htm#i35212|||||||

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      David Sohier was born before 1570 at Mons, Hainault, France. He was the son of Jean Sohier and Antoinette Malapert. David married Anne Crommelin on 12-Feb-1585 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands.
     David Sohier was also known as Hugh Sohier.

Child of David Sohier and Anne Crommelin

Anne Crommelin

F

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Anne Crommelin was born at Donay? Anne married David Sohier, son of Jean Sohier and Antoinette Malapert, on 12-Feb-1585 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands.
     Anne Crommelin was also known as Anne Saye.

Child of Anne Crommelin and David Sohier

Annetje Teunise Bogaert

F, b. 23 Aug 1665, d. 11 Jun 1750
Annetje Teunise Bogaert|b. 23 Aug 1665\nd. 11 Jun 1750|p63.htm#i28813|Tunis Gysbert Bogaert|b. 1625\nd. 1699|p58.htm#i27012|Sarah Rapelye|b. 7 Jun 1625\nd. 1685|p21.htm#i3975|Gijsbert T. Bogaert|d. Dec 1646|p119.htm#i66389|Aertjien Bastiaens||p119.htm#i66390|Joris J. Rapalje|b. 28 Apr 1604\nd. 21 Feb 1662/63|p58.htm#i26803|Catalynie C. Trico|b. 1606\nd. 11 Sep 1689|p58.htm#i26802|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Annetje Teunise Bogaert was born in 1665 at Wallabout, Kings County, New York. She was baptized on 23-Aug-1665 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. She was the daughter of Tunis Gysbert Bogaert and Sarah Rapelye. Annetje married Joris Abrahamse Brinckerhoff, son of Abraham Jorise Brinckerhoff and Aeltie Stryker, in 1690. Annetje Teunise Bogaert died on 11-Jun-1750 at age 84.
     She was also known as Antje Bogaert. She was also known as Annetje Bogart. She and Joris Abrahamse Brinckerhoff resided at at Flushing, Queens County, New York, after 1690.

Joris Abrahamse Brinckerhoff

M, b. 1 Mar 1664, d. 27 Mar 1729
Joris Abrahamse Brinckerhoff|b. 1 Mar 1664\nd. 27 Mar 1729|p63.htm#i28814|Abraham Jorise Brinckerhoff|b. 1632\nd. 1714|p16.htm#i1217|Aeltie Stryker|b. 1632|p16.htm#i1218|Joris D. Brinckerhoef|b. 1604\nd. 16 Jan 1661|p63.htm#i28816|Susannah Dubbels|b. 1602\nd. after 1676|p63.htm#i28815|Jan Strijcker|b. 1617\nd. 3 Mar 1697|p84.htm#i35540|Lambertje Seubering|b. 1621\nd. before 21 Jun 1675|p84.htm#i35541|

Relationship=1st cousin 9 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      Joris Abrahamse Brinckerhoff was born on 1-Mar-1664 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Abraham Jorise Brinckerhoff and Aeltie Stryker. Joris married Annetje Teunise Bogaert, daughter of Tunis Gysbert Bogaert and Sarah Rapelye, in 1690. Joris Abrahamse Brinckerhoff died on 27-Mar-1729 at age 65.
     He was also known as Joris Janszn Brinkerhoff. He was also known as Joris Abramse Brinckerhoff. He was also known as Joris Brinckerhoff. He was also known as Joris Brinckerhoff. He and Annetje Teunise Bogaert resided at at Flushing, Queens County, New York, after 1690.

Susannah Dubbels

F, b. 1602, d. after 1676
Susannah Dubbels|b. 1602\nd. after 1676|p63.htm#i28815|Henrick Dubbels|b. 1570\nd. before 20 May 1628|p145.htm#i88578||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Susannah Dubbels was born in 1602 at Staeden, West Flanders, Belgium. She was the daughter of Henrick Dubbels. Marriage banns for Susannah Dubbels and Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef were published on 20-May-1628 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands; Appeared before me

     Joris Dircksz, of Vorden, 24 years old, Dryshearer, has shown the act of Father's consent, residing at the Brouwersgracht.
     
and

     Susanna Dubbels, of Stradenij, 26 years old, haveing no parents, residing for 6 years on Reestraet, assisted by her sister, Anna Heymans,
     
     Requesting their three Sunday proclamations to let them solemize their marrige, if there be no obstacles, and after having declared according to the truth that they are Free person, and not related by blood, which would prevent a Christian marriage,

Their proclamations are allowed.      Susannah married Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef, son of Dirck Brinckerhoff, on 11-Jun-1628 at New Church, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands; service performed by Dominie Johannes Lemier. Susannah Dubbels died after 1676 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York.
     She was also known as Susannah Dubbels.

Children of Susannah Dubbels and Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef

Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef

M, b. 1604, d. 16 Jan 1661
Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef|b. 1604\nd. 16 Jan 1661|p63.htm#i28816|Dirck Brinckerhoff|b. 1575\nd. 20 May 1628|p145.htm#i88579||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef was born in 1604 at Vorden, Gelderland, South Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Dirck Brinckerhoff. Marriage banns for Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef and Susannah Dubbels were published on 20-May-1628 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands; Appeared before me

     Joris Dircksz, of Vorden, 24 years old, Dryshearer, has shown the act of Father's consent, residing at the Brouwersgracht.
     
and

     Susanna Dubbels, of Stradenij, 26 years old, haveing no parents, residing for 6 years on Reestraet, assisted by her sister, Anna Heymans,
     
     Requesting their three Sunday proclamations to let them solemize their marrige, if there be no obstacles, and after having declared according to the truth that they are Free person, and not related by blood, which would prevent a Christian marriage,

Their proclamations are allowed.      Joris married Susannah Dubbels, daughter of Henrick Dubbels, on 11-Jun-1628 at New Church, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands; service performed by Dominie Johannes Lemier. Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef died on 16-Jan-1661 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He died on 16-Jan-1661 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
     He was also known as Joris Dircksen. He was also known as Joris Dericksen Brinckerhoff. On 15-Aug-1641      "Before me, Cornelis van Tienhoven, Secretary of New Netherland, appeared...the worthy Corneilis Melyn, who declares to have set free from the obligations of a contract made in the Cityof Amseterdam, Joris Dircksen, annulling sat contract at the sme time fro the following reasons:

     First, because a short time before the arrival here of the said Cornelis Melyn and Joris Dircksen some farmers upon Staten Island had been killed by the savages which half-frightened the wife of Joris Dircksen so much that she will not live upon the island now.

     Secondly, because his wages are so small that he cannot afford to keep house on Staten Island and Mattan Island.
     
               Done this 15th day of August, 1641
               
                    Cornelis Melyn.
He was granted 16 morgens of land in Brooklyn on 23-Mar-1646 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He held the position of Magistrate between 1654 and 1660 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
Occupation1628a cloth-shearer

Children of Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef and Susannah Dubbels

Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff

M, b. 25 Feb 1629, d. circa 1710
Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff|b. 25 Feb 1629\nd. circa 1710|p63.htm#i28819|Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef|b. 1604\nd. 16 Jan 1661|p63.htm#i28816|Susannah Dubbels|b. 1602\nd. after 1676|p63.htm#i28815|Dirck Brinckerhoff|b. 1575\nd. 20 May 1628|p145.htm#i88579||||Henrick Dubbels|b. 1570\nd. before 20 May 1628|p145.htm#i88578||||

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
     Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff was baptized on 25-Feb-1629 at New Church, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef and Susannah Dubbels. Hendrick married Claesie Cornelils Bogert, daughter of Cornelius Janse Bogert and Geesje Wilemse, circa 1660. Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff died circa 1710 at Ridgefield Park, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Hendrick Brinckerhoff. He held the position of of shepen (magistrate) between 1662 and 1664 at Midwout, Kings County, New York. He served the community at conferences convened to deal with the defense and general condition of the five Dutch towns on Long Island. Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff between 1663 and 1664 at Long Island, New York. He resided at at Midwout, Kings County, New York, before 1674. He was a member of the Old Bergen Reformed Church at Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey, 1674.
Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff purchased he purchased 182 acres of land at Communipaw, Bergen County on 30-May-1677 at Communipaw, Bergen County, New Jersey.

Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff purchased along with others, the Indian title to the site of what is the City of Passaic, but he soon disposed of these interests. in 1679.
He recieved a patent for land along the Hackensack River and Overpeck creek which he had previously purchased from the indians in 1676 in 1682.
Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff purchased from Epke Jacobs Banta on the east side of the Hackensack River, two miles below Hackensack. Here he established his homestead.

The house which he built here was lived in for five generations. Jacob Brinckerhoff sold it in 1861. Part of it was demolished for construction of a railroad and the remainder burned down. in 1685 at Old Hackensack (Ridgefield Park), Bergen County, New Jersey.
He he deeded the 182 acres purchased in 1677 to his son Cornelius in 1708 at Bergen County, New Jersey.

Children of Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff and Claesie Cornelils Bogert

Dirck Jorise Brinckerhoff

M, b. 2 Jan 1635
Dirck Jorise Brinckerhoff|b. 2 Jan 1635|p63.htm#i28820|Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef|b. 1604\nd. 16 Jan 1661|p63.htm#i28816|Susannah Dubbels|b. 1602\nd. after 1676|p63.htm#i28815|Dirck Brinckerhoff|b. 1575\nd. 20 May 1628|p145.htm#i88579||||Henrick Dubbels|b. 1570\nd. before 20 May 1628|p145.htm#i88578||||

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Dirck Jorise Brinckerhoff was baptized on 2-Jan-1635 at New Church, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef and Susannah Dubbels.
     Dirck Jorise Brinckerhoff was also known as Derick Brinckerhoff.

Claesie Cornelils Bogert

F, b. circa 1642
Claesie Cornelils Bogert|b. circa 1642|p63.htm#i28830|Cornelius Janse Bogert|b. circa 1624\nd. 18 May 1681|p144.htm#i88422|Geesje Wilemse|b. circa 1620\nd. 3 Aug 1683|p144.htm#i88423|Jan Bogert|b. circa 1593|p145.htm#i88580||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Claesie Cornelils Bogert was born circa 1642 at Of, Flatbush, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Cornelius Janse Bogert and Geesje Wilemse. Claesie married Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff, son of Joris Dirksen Brinckerhoef and Susannah Dubbels, circa 1660.
     Claesie Cornelils Bogert was also known as Claesie Boomgaert.

Children of Claesie Cornelils Bogert and Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff

Cornelius Brinckerhoff

M, b. 7 Apr 1673, d. 1 Sep 1770
Cornelius Brinckerhoff|b. 7 Apr 1673\nd. 1 Sep 1770|p63.htm#i28831|Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff|b. 25 Feb 1629\nd. circa 1710|p63.htm#i28819|Claesie Cornelils Bogert|b. circa 1642|p63.htm#i28830|Joris D. Brinckerhoef|b. 1604\nd. 16 Jan 1661|p63.htm#i28816|Susannah Dubbels|b. 1602\nd. after 1676|p63.htm#i28815|Cornelius J. Bogert|b. circa 1624\nd. 18 May 1681|p144.htm#i88422|Geesje Wilemse|b. circa 1620\nd. 3 Aug 1683|p144.htm#i88423|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Cornelius Brinckerhoff was born on 7-Apr-1673 at Midwout, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Hendrick Jorisen Brinkerhoff and Claesie Cornelils Bogert. Cornelius Brinckerhoff was born on 8-May-1673 at Flatbush, Kings County, New York. Marriage banns for Cornelius Brinckerhoff and Aegie Hartmanse Vreeland were published on 1-May-1708 at Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. Cornelius married Aegie Hartmanse Vreeland, daughter of Hartman Michilsen Vreeland and Maritje Braecke, on 24-May-1708; in the presence of Justice Enoch Vreeland. Cornelius Brinckerhoff died on 1-Sep-1770 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey, at age 97. Cornelius was buried on 3-Sep-1770 at Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Cornelius Hendricksne Brinkerhoff. He was also known as Cornelius Brinkerhoff. He resided at at Midwout, Kings County, New York, in 1708.

Child of Cornelius Brinckerhoff and Aegie Hartmanse Vreeland

William Swift

M, b. 3 Dec 1561, d. after 1597
William Swift|b. 3 Dec 1561\nd. after 1597|p63.htm#i28856|William Swift|b. circa 1530|p110.htm#i56774|Elizabeth Mason|b. circa 1530|p110.htm#i56775|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      William Swift was born on 3-Dec-1561 at Rotherham, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of William Swift and Elizabeth Mason. William married Janet Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of Robert Wilson, on 13-Oct-1582 at Halifax, Yorkshire, England. William Swift died after 1597 at Darrington, Yorkshire, England.
     He was also known as William Swyft.

Child of William Swift and Janet Elizabeth Wilson

Janet Elizabeth Wilson

F, b. circa 1561, d. after 1597
Janet Elizabeth Wilson|b. circa 1561\nd. after 1597|p63.htm#i28857|Robert Wilson|b. circa 1530|p110.htm#i56773||||||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Janet Elizabeth Wilson was born circa 1561 at Halifax, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Robert Wilson. Janet married William Swift, son of William Swift and Elizabeth Mason, on 13-Oct-1582 at Halifax, Yorkshire, England. Janet Elizabeth Wilson died after 1597 at Darrington, Yorkshire, England.
     She was also known as (Unknown) (Unknown).

Child of Janet Elizabeth Wilson and William Swift

Ambrose Fish

M, b. circa 1650, d. before 11 Sep 1691
Ambrose Fish|b. circa 1650\nd. before 11 Sep 1691|p63.htm#i28863|Nathaniel Fish|b. 20 Jun 1619\nd. 1693/94|p63.htm#i28864|(Unknown) (Unknown)|b. circa 1620|p210.htm#i115656|Thomas Fish|b. 8 May 1584\nd. 12 Jan 1673/74|p109.htm#i56745|Mary Sprigge|b. 24 Jan 1584/85|p109.htm#i56746|||||||

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ambrose Fish was born circa 1650 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Nathaniel Fish and (Unknown) (Unknown). Ambrose married Hannah Swift, daughter of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), circa 1674 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Ambrose Fish died before 11-Sep-1691 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. His estate was settled, Hannah to receive 1/3 part of real estate, and 10£ for bringing up ye children and 1/3 personal estate & ye son a double share, rest to be equally divided among rest of children. on 21-Oct-1691.
     Att this Court, Ambrose Fish was inditied by the name of Ambrose Fish, for that hee, haueing not the feare of God before his eyes, did wickedly, and contrary to the order of nature, on the tweluth day of July last past before the date heerof, in his owne house in Sandwich, in this collonie of New Plymouth, by force carnally know and rauish Lydia Fish, the daughter of Mr Nathaniell Fish, of Sandwich aforsaid, and against her will, shee being then in the peace of God and of the Kinge.

The grand jury found billa vera. The verdict of the jury of life and death was as followeth: Namely, if one euidence with concurring cercomstances be good in law, wee find him guilty. But if one euidence, with conccurring cercomstances, be not hood in law, wee find him not quilty.

Vpon consideration of the verdict, the Court centance him, the said Ambrose Fish, to suffer corporall punishment by being publickly whipt att the post, which accordingly was inflicted, and the prisoner released. The Inventory of Ambrose Fish was taken by Thomas Tupper, ? Bassett, Hannah Fish relict on 11-Sep-1691.

Children of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift

Nathaniel Fish

M, b. 20 Jun 1619, d. 1693/94
Nathaniel Fish|b. 20 Jun 1619\nd. 1693/94|p63.htm#i28864|Thomas Fish|b. 8 May 1584\nd. 12 Jan 1673/74|p109.htm#i56745|Mary Sprigge|b. 24 Jan 1584/85|p109.htm#i56746|John Fish|b. 1555\nd. 19 Feb 1624/25|p110.htm#i56748|Margaret Craddock|b. 1557\nd. 28 Apr 1630|p110.htm#i56749|William Spriggs|b. 1555|p110.htm#i56747||||

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Nathaniel Fish was baptized on 20-Jun-1619 at East Farndon, Northhamptonshire, England. He was the son of Thomas Fish and Mary Sprigge. Nathaniel married (Unknown) (Unknown) before 1645. Nathaniel married Lydia Miller circa 1656; ii. Lydia, m. ... Fish. Nathaniel married Lydia Miller, daughter of John Miller and Lydia (Unknown), in 1664 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Nathaniel Fish died in 1693 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; aged about 75. Nathaniel's estate was proved in 1694 at Barnstable County, Massachusetts; The estate of Nathaniel Fish, totaling in all about £31, illustrates the least-propertied category in this study. He had a two-room house, five acres of upland, three acres of meadow, an ox and a cow, an old sword, a few books, two skillets, hooks and an iron pot, two pans, a 'small old bed' with bedding, and his clothing. At eight acres his property was barely sufficient for life's needs. Fish's estate went in toto to his widow as it did not even meet her reserved rights of £60 as stipulated in the marriage contract. He died in 1693/94 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He died before Mar-1694 at Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He died on 14-Mar-1693/94 at age 74; MD 23:66-67; 'An Invintory of ye Estate of Nathaniel Fish of Sandwich' was taken 14 March, 1693/4, by Daniel Wing, Sr, and John Miller. The real estate was 'house five acres of upland and 3 acres of meadow' £20. 'Lydia Fish vid Relict of Nathaniel fish' made oath to the inventory, 4 October, 1694. The estate was settled by the probate court, 4 October, 1694 as follows: 'It being made appeare that ye Sd Fish before marriage to Lydia miller his last wife did oblige him Self under his hand with witness there unto: To give to her sd Lydia as much more at his death as he had with her which was about Sixty pounds and finding his Estate Left to come Exseeding Short to answer that promise and Ingagement do See Cause to Settel all that little Estate that is left on his widow Lydia Fish' Administration was granted to 'Sd Lydia Fish vid and her Brother John miller of yarmouth'.
     He was also known as Nathaniel Fyshe. He was also known as Nathaniel Fish. He immigrated in 1635 to Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts. He resided at at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in 1637; and helped to form a new colony on Cape Cod. He was between 1637 and 1640; He was among the settlers of 1637-1640, those who were long-term settlers, along with John Fish, Thomas Burgess, and Richard Bourne. 'With them [the original 10 grantees in 1637] came also a large number of persons chiefly from Lynn, Duxbury, and Plymouth, viz: Thomas Burge, Henry Ewer, John & Jonathan & Nathaniel Fish.' It would appear that Nathaniel married more than once, as the inventory of his estate, taken 14 Mar 1693/4 and entered at Plymouth Probate Court 4 Oct 1694, mentions his last wife, Lydia Fish, as sister of John Miller of Yarmouth, MA. Another record states that he married Lydia Miller, sister of John Miller, in 1643. A Lydia Miller, daughter of Rev. John and Lydia Miller, was born 2 Feb (or 12 Apr) 1640, at Rowley, MA. No record of the first wife of Nathaniel has been found in 1643. He was in 1643 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; He was on the 1643 list of those in Sandwich 'age 16-60, liable to bear arms'. He was in 1658 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; 'In 1658, to lay out and order the true bounds of every inhabitant's lands' Nathaniel is listed as an owner to be surveyed in Sandwich. He owned one-half of a church pew at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, 1658. He the owner of 1/2 of a church pew at Sandwich in 1658 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, 1658. He was in 1690 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; The town abruptly bought of Nathaniel Fish 'the home lot of upland that said Fish now dwells on' and ordered that this lot 'together with the skirt of swamp adjoining to it on the westerly side shall lie and remain to the only proper use and behoof of the Rev Mr Rowland Cotton and his heirs and assigns forever if he shall continue amongst us ... in the work of the Ministry;' Nathaniel Fish was about seventy one at this time; There is no record of the size of his house or his reaction at this taking. From the 1667 survey, we believe this location was near the meeting house and probably on or about the present Dan'l Webster Inn site. He was in 1692 at Jarves St. to Ox Pasture Neck, Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; The location of Nathaniel Fish's house is not clearly stated, but since it was taken by the town later as a home for Reverend Roland Cotton it was near the meetinghouse. It is probably the location of Reverend Leveridge's humble house earlier.
Nathaniel's left a will in Mar-1693/94

From Sandwich Archives Files, Nathaniel(1) Fish, died Sandwich, Barnstable County Probate inventory Mar 1693/4.


Nathaniel's left a will between 14-Mar-1694 and Oct-1694

'An Invintory of ye Estate of Nathaniel Fish of Sandwich' was taken 14 March, 1693/4, by Daniel Wing, Sr, and John Miller. The real estate was 'house five acres of upland and 3 acres of meadow' £20. 'Lydia Fish vid Relict of Nathaniel fish' made oath to the inventory, 4 October, 1694. The estate was settled by the probate court, 4 October, 1694 as follows: 'It being made appeare that ye Sd Fish before marriage to Lydia miller his last wife did oblige him Self under his hand with witness there unto: To give to her sd Lydia as much more at his death as he had with her which was about Sixty pounds and finding his Estate Left to come Exseeding Short to answer that promise and Ingagement do See Cause to Settel all that little Estate that is left on his widow Lydia Fish'. Administration was granted to 'Sd Lydia Fish vid and her Brother John miller of yarmouth.'

The Inventory of Nathaniel Fish was taken mentions last wife, Lydia Fish, sister of John Miller, in 1643. A Lydia Miller, daughter of Rev, John and Lydia Miller, was b Feb. 2, or Apr. 12, 1640, at Rowley, MA.

Entered at Plymouth Probate Court, Oct 4 1694 on 14-Mar-1693/94. Was granted land, and John and Nathaniel remained upon their farms there until their deaths.

Children of Nathaniel Fish and (Unknown) (Unknown)

Child of Nathaniel Fish and Lydia Miller

Children of Nathaniel Fish and Lydia Miller

Ephraim Fish

M, b. 16 Dec 1676, d. 17 Oct 1677
Ephraim Fish|b. 16 Dec 1676\nd. 17 Oct 1677|p63.htm#i28865|Ambrose Fish|b. circa 1650\nd. before 11 Sep 1691|p63.htm#i28863|Hannah Swift|b. 11 Mar 1650/51\nd. circa 30 Mar 1721|p40.htm#i19207|Nathaniel Fish|b. 20 Jun 1619\nd. 1693/94|p63.htm#i28864|(Unknown) (Unknown)|b. circa 1620|p210.htm#i115656|William Swift 2nd|b. 11 Mar 1625/26\nd. 26 Dec 1705|p2.htm#i99|Ruth (Unknown)||p2.htm#i100|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Ephraim Fish was born on 16-Dec-1676 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift. Ephraim Fish died on 17-Oct-1677 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Abiah Fish

F, b. 2 Sep 1678, d. circa 1771
Abiah Fish|b. 2 Sep 1678\nd. circa 1771|p63.htm#i28866|Ambrose Fish|b. circa 1650\nd. before 11 Sep 1691|p63.htm#i28863|Hannah Swift|b. 11 Mar 1650/51\nd. circa 30 Mar 1721|p40.htm#i19207|Nathaniel Fish|b. 20 Jun 1619\nd. 1693/94|p63.htm#i28864|(Unknown) (Unknown)|b. circa 1620|p210.htm#i115656|William Swift 2nd|b. 11 Mar 1625/26\nd. 26 Dec 1705|p2.htm#i99|Ruth (Unknown)||p2.htm#i100|

Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Abiah Fish was born on 2-Sep-1678 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift. Abiah married Samuel Tobey, son of Thomas Tobey and Martha Knott, in 1697 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Abiah Fish died circa 1771.
     She was also known as Abia Fish.

Mehitable Fish

F, b. 19 May 1680, d. 1720
Mehitable Fish|b. 19 May 1680\nd. 1720|p63.htm#i28867|Ambrose Fish|b. circa 1650\nd. before 11 Sep 1691|p63.htm#i28863|Hannah Swift|b. 11 Mar 1650/51\nd. circa 30 Mar 1721|p40.htm#i19207|Nathaniel Fish|b. 20 Jun 1619\nd. 1693/94|p63.htm#i28864|(Unknown) (Unknown)|b. circa 1620|p210.htm#i115656|William Swift 2nd|b. 11 Mar 1625/26\nd. 26 Dec 1705|p2.htm#i99|Ruth (Unknown)||p2.htm#i100|

Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Mehitable Fish was born on 19-May-1680 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift. Mehitable married Gershom Tobey, son of Thomas Tobey and Martha Knott, on 29-Apr-1697 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; by mr Rowland Cotton. Mehitable married Gershom Tobey, son of Thomas Tobey and Martha Knott, on 29-May-1697 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Mehitable Fish died in 1720 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Gershom Tobey

M, b. circa 1670
Gershom Tobey|b. circa 1670|p63.htm#i28868|Thomas Tobey|b. 1620\nd. 9 Jan 1713/14|p63.htm#i28869|Martha Knott|b. circa 1629\nd. 1689|p63.htm#i28870|||||||||||||
      Gershom Tobey was born circa 1670. He was the son of Thomas Tobey and Martha Knott. Gershom married Mehitable Fish, daughter of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift, on 29-Apr-1697 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; by mr Rowland Cotton. Gershom married Mehitable Fish, daughter of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift, on 29-May-1697 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Gershom married Hannah Nye on 17-Oct-1728 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Gershom's estate was proved on 6-Mar-1759.
     He was also known as Garshom Tobey.
Gershom's left a will on 31-Jan-1757

names his daughter Temperance.

Thomas Tobey

M, b. 1620, d. 9 Jan 1713/14
      Thomas Tobey was born in 1620 at Wales. He was born before 1629. Thomas married Martha Knott on 16-Nov-1650 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Thomas married Martha Knott on 18-Nov-1650 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; Thomas Tobye and Marthay Knott were Married the 18th of November [1650] also, Thomas Tobie and Martha Knott wer maried the 18th of November Anno. 1650. Thomas married Hannah Swift, daughter of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), after 11-Sep-1691. Thomas Tobey died on 9-Jan-1713/14 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He died on 9-Jan-1713/14 at Barnstable County, Massachusetts; aged 85-90 years. Thomas's estate was proved on 9-Apr-1714.
     Thomas's left a will on 29-Mar-1710 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

I, Thomas Toby of Sandwich in the County of Barnstable in New England, being aged and weak of body yet thro' the mercy & goodness of God of Disposing mind and memory and calling to mind the uncertainty of this Transitory Life, I am Desirous according to my Duty to set things in order before God shall call me hence and therefore do make this my Last Will & Testament hereby Revoking and Disannulling all former Will & Wills by Word or writing heretofore by me made; and do hereby Constitute and Declare this to be my Last Will & Testament in manner and form following viz: my Will is to Comitt my Soul to God in Jesus Christ who gave it and my Body to Decent burial when God shall pleas to call me hence and as Touching my worldly estate which God hath beyond my Deserts bestowed on me my will is to Dispose of it as Followeth.

Impr. My Will is that all my Debts in Right or Conscience to any persons due, Together with my funeral Charges shall be first paid and Discharged by my Executors hereafter Named in convenient Time out of my estate.

Item. I do hereby Give bequeath and further Ratify and confirm unto my Loving son John to by his heirs and assigns forever that Lott of upland which I formerly gave to him Lying near ye now Dwelling house of Joseph Foster in Sandwich aforesaid being now in ye Tenure and occupation of sd Joseph Foster according to the known bounds yr'of.

Item. I will and bequeath unto my loving son Samuel Toby his heirs & assigns forever the stone end of my Dwelling house in which ye sd Samuel now dwelleth and the one half of my Barn now in his possession and his Improvement and the moyety or one half part of my old field so called part of which the sd Barn now standeth; and I also give and bequeath unto him the sd Samuel Toby his heirs and assigns forever my Lott of Land Lying near ye now Dwelling house of Edward Dillingham and Adjoineth to that called ye twenty acres; ad Lott being by estimation six acres be it more or less and is bound as ye fence now stands; and ye orchard and piece of upland fenced in with it and the piece of fresh meadow Adjoining to it together with my piece or parcel of meadow ground or salt marsh Lying below ye now Dwelling House of Eliakim Tupper; only Reserving to my son Garshom convenient ways to his Lands within these Lands.

Item. I will and bequeath unto my Loving son Garshom Toby the other half of my sd old field by the barn which is now in his occupation & improvement with a convenient way to it where it is now used at ye head of ye other half and also the Little pasture called the horse pasture att ye foot of ye other piece before mentioned; and also all ye Right of my Lands on ye westerly side of ye way that Leads Down to the House in which sd Samuel now dwells and the neck of Land behind and att ye Southwest end of sd Dwelling house and so extending all Round between the Mill pond and sd fresh meadow and so home to the farm of my son Jonathan Toby Togather with all my meadow and marsh Lying below the now Dwelling House of Widow Ruth Chipman between sd house and ye Town Harbour near Skaffold point so called and also ye Least piece of my meadow in ye on pasture neck so called Lying between yea meadow of Shubal Smith and Jashub wing with all my meadow & upland Lying between the fords so called having the meadow of William Bassett on the one side and ye meadow of Mr. John Smith & Stephen Skeffe Esq on ye other side Together with All my meadow and marsh Lying over ye creek on Sawpit neck side as also all my upland adjoining to that meadow excepting two acres att ye upper end; Together with the other part of my Dwelling House being the southwest end of it; and also the other half of my sd barn with free Egress and Regress To and from the same; All which sd Parcels of upland and meadow ground to be to the only proper use & behoof of him the sd Garshom Toby his heirs and assigns for ever.

And I Do also will and bequeath unto them the sd Samuel toby & Garshom Toby my sons their heirs and assigns forever my Lott of land in ye Towneck so called and my twenty acres of Land formerly Given to me by Quachatasett Indian Sachem Lying near Snake pond as also my twenty acre Lott and my forty acre lot that is yet to be Taken up and divided; as also all my Right in the Comon or undivided Land in sd Town of Sandwich all which is to be equally Divid between them; But the Condition on which I give all the sd Lands & meadows unto the sd Sam'l & Garshom is that they or their heirs exec'rs or admin'rs Do Keepe maintain yr uncle Samuel Knott During ye time of his Naturall Life both with food Drink Lodging and Apparill and to allow him a decent Buryal after his death.

Item. I do give and bequeath unto my son Jonathan Toby his heirs and assigns forever ye lands on which he now Dwells and in his possession and my biggest piece of meadow in sd ox pasture.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my grandson Thomas Toby or Yarmouth besides what I have already given him one heifer of two years old and one shilling in money.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my son Nathan Toby his heirs & assigns forever all those my Lands att & near his Dwelling house now in his possession and the two acres of Land before Reserved in Sawpit Neck.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my Grand daughter Sarah Toby the daughter of my son Ephraim Toby Deceased that Lott of Land on which her mother Hannah Toby now dwells and to her heirs and assigns forever; provided that she live to the age of one and twenty years or marry but if not then to be Equally divided amongst all my sons Then surviving.

Item. I give and bequeath unto Hannah my Loving wife all the Estate which she had when I married her and what she now hath which she gott by her own Labour or that was Given to her; and one Cow and all ye money which she shall have of mine in her hands at the Time of my Death.

Item. I give and bequeath unto each of my three daughters five shillings apiece; and what other Estate shall be left of myne when Debts Legasys & Funerall charges are paid out my will is that it be Equally Divided to and between them the sd Sam'l and Gershom Toby whom I Do ordain & constitute to be Joynt Executors of this my will. In testimony whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seal this 29th of March 1709-10.

THOMAS [TT] TOBY (Seal)
his mark and seal

Signed, sealed & Declared To be his Last Will & Testament

In the presence of

Wm. Bassett Sen'r.
Wm. Bassett Jun'r.
Thankfull Bassett.

Children of Thomas Tobey and Martha Knott

Martha Knott

F, b. circa 1629, d. 1689
      Martha Knott was born circa 1629. Martha married Thomas Tobey on 16-Nov-1650 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Martha married Thomas Tobey on 18-Nov-1650 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; Thomas Tobye and Marthay Knott were Married the 18th of November [1650] also, Thomas Tobie and Martha Knott wer maried the 18th of November Anno. 1650. Martha Knott died in 1689 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Children of Martha Knott and Thomas Tobey

Seth Fish

M, b. 1682, d. 4 Apr 1758
Seth Fish|b. 1682\nd. 4 Apr 1758|p63.htm#i28871|Ambrose Fish|b. circa 1650\nd. before 11 Sep 1691|p63.htm#i28863|Hannah Swift|b. 11 Mar 1650/51\nd. circa 30 Mar 1721|p40.htm#i19207|Nathaniel Fish|b. 20 Jun 1619\nd. 1693/94|p63.htm#i28864|(Unknown) (Unknown)|b. circa 1620|p210.htm#i115656|William Swift 2nd|b. 11 Mar 1625/26\nd. 26 Dec 1705|p2.htm#i99|Ruth (Unknown)||p2.htm#i100|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Seth Fish was born in 1682 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift. Seth married Mary Turner on 30-Dec-1702 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; by Mr Rowland Cotton minester. Seth married Mary Turner on 30-Dec-1703 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Seth Fish died on 4-Apr-1758 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Mary Turner

F, b. 13 Apr 1679, d. Feb 1750
      Mary Turner was born on 13-Apr-1679 at Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Mary married Seth Fish, son of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift, on 30-Dec-1702 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts; by Mr Rowland Cotton minester. Mary married Seth Fish, son of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift, on 30-Dec-1703 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Mary Turner died in Feb-1750 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 70.

Johannah Fish

F, b. 20 May 1689, d. after 1732
Johannah Fish|b. 20 May 1689\nd. after 1732|p63.htm#i28873|Ambrose Fish|b. circa 1650\nd. before 11 Sep 1691|p63.htm#i28863|Hannah Swift|b. 11 Mar 1650/51\nd. circa 30 Mar 1721|p40.htm#i19207|Nathaniel Fish|b. 20 Jun 1619\nd. 1693/94|p63.htm#i28864|(Unknown) (Unknown)|b. circa 1620|p210.htm#i115656|William Swift 2nd|b. 11 Mar 1625/26\nd. 26 Dec 1705|p2.htm#i99|Ruth (Unknown)||p2.htm#i100|

Relationship=5th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandmother of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Johannah Fish was born in 1687. She was born on 20-May-1689 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Ambrose Fish and Hannah Swift. Johannah married Eliakim Tupper, son of Capt. Thomas Tupper and Martha Mayhew, in Mar-1707 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Johannah Fish died after 1732 at Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut. She died before 1760.
     She was also known as Joannah Fish. She was also known as Joanna Gibbs. She was also known as Joanna Fish.

Children of Johannah Fish and Eliakim Tupper

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