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Keziah Rider

F, b. 1 Mar 1713/14, d. 2 Mar 1735/36
      Keziah Rider was born on 1-Mar-1713/14 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Keziah married William Swift, son of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs, on 30-Mar-1733 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Keziah Rider died on 2-Mar-1735/36 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 22.
     She was also known as Kezia (Unknown).

Sarah Blackwell

F, b. 6 Feb 1713, d. 2 Apr 1772
Sarah Blackwell|b. 6 Feb 1713\nd. 2 Apr 1772|p83.htm#i35509|Joshua Blackwell II||p253.htm#i135712|Sarah Ellis||p253.htm#i135713|||||||||||||
      Sarah Blackwell was born on 6-Feb-1713. She was the daughter of Joshua Blackwell II and Sarah Ellis. Sarah married Job Swift, son of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs, on 20-Jan-1733/34 at Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Sarah Blackwell died on 2-Apr-1772 at Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut, at age 59.

Abigail Tupper

F, b. 13 Aug 1711, d. 15 Feb 1811
Abigail Tupper|b. 13 Aug 1711\nd. 15 Feb 1811|p83.htm#i35510|Eliakim Tupper|b. 29 Dec 1681\nd. between 1755 and 1760|p64.htm#i28874|Johannah Fish|b. 20 May 1689\nd. after 1732|p63.htm#i28873|Capt. Thomas Tupper|b. 16 Jan 1637/38\nd. 26 Apr 1706|p94.htm#i40076|Martha Mayhew|b. 13 Oct 1642\nd. 15 Nov 1717|p94.htm#i40077|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|

Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Abigail Tupper was born on 13-Aug-1711 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Eliakim Tupper and Johannah Fish. Abigail Tupper was born on 13-Aug-1717 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Abigail married Silas Swift, son of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs, on 16-Oct-1735 at Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut. Abigail Tupper died on 15-Feb-1811 at Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, at age 99.

(Unknown) Hammond

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     (Unknown) married Abigail Swift, daughter of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs.

Susanna Keith

F, b. after 1708
      Susanna Keith was born after 1708. Susanna married Solomon Ames in 1737 at Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Susanna married Isaac Swift, son of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs, in 1749.

Solomon Ames

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     Solomon married Susanna Keith in 1737 at Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Mary Dexter

F, b. 3 Jun 1728, d. 19 Oct 1798
Mary Dexter|b. 3 Jun 1728\nd. 19 Oct 1798|p83.htm#i35514|Samuel Dexter||p253.htm#i135714|Elizabeth Burgess|b. 25 Jan 1701/2|p372.htm#i299727|||||||||||||
      Mary Dexter was born on 3-Jun-1728 at Of, Falmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Samuel Dexter and Elizabeth Burgess. Mary married Rowland Swift, son of Jireh Swift and Abigail Gibbs, on 5-Dec-1745 at Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Mary Dexter died on 19-Oct-1798 at Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut, at age 70.

Mary (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1665, d. circa 1730
      Mary (Unknown) was born circa 1665. Mary married Samuel Swift, son of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), circa 1690. Mary (Unknown) died circa 1730.

Deacon Timothy Bourne

M, b. 18 Apr 1666, d. 28 Mar 1744
Deacon Timothy Bourne|b. 18 Apr 1666\nd. 28 Mar 1744|p83.htm#i35516|Job Bourne|b. circa 1639\nd. 30 Jan 1676/77|p293.htm#i175565|Ruhamah Hallett|b. circa 1644\nd. after 13 Sep 1714|p293.htm#i175566|||||||||||||
      Deacon Timothy Bourne was born on 18-Apr-1666 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Job Bourne and Ruhamah Hallett. Timothy married Temperence Swift, daughter of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), circa 1688 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Timothy's estate was proved in 1744. He died on 28-Mar-1744 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 77. He died on 5-Oct-1744 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, at age 78.
     Timothy's left a will on 25-Mar-1725

gives to wife Temperance, sons Benjamin, Timothy, daughters Joanna and Mehitable.

Benjamin Perry

M, b. 15 Jan 1669/70, d. after 1740
Benjamin Perry|b. 15 Jan 1669/70\nd. after 1740|p83.htm#i35517|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.
      Benjamin Perry was born on 15-Jan-1669/70 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was born on 15-Jan-1669/70 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Ezra Perry and Elizabeth Burgess. Benjamin married Dinah Swift, daughter of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), circa 1694. Benjamin Perry died after 1740.
     He was also known as (Unknown) Perry.

Child of Benjamin Perry and Dinah Swift

Mary Bodish

F, b. 1 Mar 1680, d. 1715
Mary Bodish|b. 1 Mar 1680\nd. 1715|p83.htm#i35518|Joseph Bodish|d. 2 Dec 1744|p279.htm#i161231|Elizabeth Besse|b. between 1651 and 1654|p279.htm#i161232|||||||||||||
      Mary Bodish was born on 1-Mar-1680 at Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Joseph Bodish and Elizabeth Besse. Mary married Josiah Swift, son of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), on 16-Apr-1705 at Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Mary married Josiah Swift, son of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), on 19-Apr-1706. Mary Bodish died in 1715 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
     She was also known as Mary Bodfish.

Experiance Nye

F, b. 1682, d. 1761
Experiance Nye|b. 1682\nd. 1761|p83.htm#i35519|John Nye|b. circa 1647\nd. 1722|p154.htm#i95837|Esther Shedd|d. between 1724 and 1726|p154.htm#i95836|Benjamin Nye|b. 4 May 1620\nd. 1704/5|p132.htm#i73543|Katherine Tupper|b. 11 Jan 1623\nd. 4 Jun 1676|p132.htm#i73544|||||||

Relationship=2nd cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd cousin 5 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Experiance Nye was born in 1682. She was the daughter of John Nye and Esther Shedd. Experiance married Josiah Swift, son of William Swift 2nd and Ruth (Unknown), on 23-Jun-1718 at Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Experiance Nye died in 1761.

Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II

M, b. 11 Jan 1609/10, d. 1702
Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II|b. 11 Jan 1609/10\nd. 1702|p83.htm#i35522|Johannes Casparius Davidus Steynmets I|b. 1585\nd. 1638|p362.htm#i274189|Geertje Hendricksen|b. 1596\nd. 1636|p362.htm#i274190|Johannes K. Steynmets I|b. 1530\nd. 1602|p362.htm#i274191|Geertrudia Van Aestens|b. 1560\nd. 1636|p362.htm#i274192|||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II was born on 11-Jan-1609/10 at Scheidam, South Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Johannes Casparius Davidus Steynmets I and Geertje Hendricksen. Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II was baptized in Apr-1612 at Reformed Church, Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands. Casparus married Dorothea Aertsen, daughter of Aert Van Wagenen and Annettje Gerrits, circa 1629 at Scheidam, South Holland, Netherlands. Marriage banns for Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II and Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck were published on 31-Mar-1652 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Casparus married Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck, daughter of Corporal Gerrit Janzen Van Steenwyck and Catryna (Unknown), on 31-Mar-1652 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. Marriage banns for Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II and Trintje Jacobs were published on 26-Feb-1670/71 at prob Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. Casparus married Trintje Jacobs, daughter of Jacob (Unknown), on 15-Mar-1670/71 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. Casparus married Arriantje Gerrits Van Huysen in Oct-1693 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II died in 1702 at Ahasymus, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Casper Stymets. He was also known as Caspar Steynmets. He was also known as Casper Steynmets. He emigrated on 23-Mar-1631 from Rotterdam, Netherlands; aboard the De Enendracht. He immigrated on 7-Jul-1631 to New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He resided at at Ahasymus, Bergen County, New Jersey, in 1652. On 24-Feb-1653 Casparus Steynmets sued Capt. Verlath: Plantiff (Casparus Steynmets VS Capt. Van Judike Verlath) in Manhattan Court, demanding a balance of 71 libers according to the account of wages by his wife, Jannetje (nee Gerritsen) Van Wagenen from said defendant Capt. Verlath for services rendered on board ship from Amsterdam, Holland to America. Defendant claims that 75 florins and 15 libers in wampum only is due. He also complains that she received goods to the amount of 128 florins, including freight, so that the balance of only 39 florins is due. The Burgomasters and Schepens decided that each must render copies of their accounts, and that the wife of Steinmets must personally appear at the next Court, to be held March 10, 1653.
On 10-Sep-1653 On September 10th, 1653, the Court reconvened, and the case of the settlement was once again discussed. The Burgomasters and Schepens found that "the parties did not have written agreements, and having carefully listened to the statements of both sides, decided that the services began when she went on board the ship at Amsterdam, Holland; and according to the confession of the Plantiff, the passage from Holland was to be deducted from the wages; and to settle the question of 'goods received', Jacob Cowenhoven and Pieter Cornelison Van der Veer are hereby appointed to balance accounts. Signed September 15th, 1653."*.
He removed to at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York, in 1655. On 22-Feb-1656 He was given permission to "tap wine and beer" at New Amsterdam.
On 11-Apr-1657 He was admitted with all the Rights and Privledges of a smalll Burgher.
He was appointed a Lieutenant in the Bergen Militia on 21-Jun-1657. He sold a house on Winckel Street (on what is now Division St.) near Fort Amsterdam, next to the home of Dominee Bogardus on 27-Aug-1657 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He received a deed for the purchase of a house from Hendrick H. Kip situated on the south side of Brewers Street on 27-Jul-1658 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. On an unknown date

"PETITION OF THE MAGISTRATES OF BERGEN, ASKING TO BE PROVIDED WITH A CLERGYMAN.

To the Noble, Very Worshipful, His HONOR, the Director-General, and The Honorable Council of New Netherland.

Show with due reverence the Schepens of the village of Bergen, that whereas your petitioners have observed and considered the fatherly direction and care of your Honorable Worships regarding the erection of churches, and school-houses, more especially that a God fearing man and preacher be secured to promote and teach the fear of the Lord in the community of Bergen and its jurisdiction; Therefore, the Schepens have thought it advisable, each for himself, to propose it, to learn what every man would be willing to pay yearly of his free will, affection, and love of God's holy and blessed word, to have a good teacher, till such a time, when the Noble Lords-Directors of the Incorporated West-India Company shall begin, according to the custom of the country, to levy tithes. After the Schepens had made these propositions, the below named persons have voluntarily declared that they will give a yearly contribution; the sum to be paid by such voluntary offerings may be calculated at 417 guilders in wampum, but there are among these people some, who have expressed themselves willing to do more according to their abilities; if God Our Lord would bless them and increase their prosperity; among the others, opposite whose names no sums are mentioned; there are some very willing, some very unwise, those, who are willing, are the majority and declare, that when a preacher comes, they too would do their best according to the circumstances, like the others. Whereas the petitioners do not know, whether the people of Haersimons (Ahasimus) come under this jurisdiction; therefore, the petitioners cannot report, what they would do, but the Schepens find it advisable and very necessary, that the village be provided with a preacher and submit to the mature consideration and decision of your Honorable Worships, that it might be notified to the Noble Lords-Directors, our Patoons, by the next ships. Your Honorable Worships know, with what courage the village of Bergen has been established by the community and that the same has maintained itself at great expense to the inhabitants, without any outlay to the Lords- Directors. The community is therefore of opinion, that their Noble Honors should take that into consideration and therefore assist the village of Bergen so much readier according to their discretion and to send one over for one or two years at their expense; during that time the land will with God's help have increased in value, so that then that which the good hearted community will liberally give, can be taken for assistance.

Awaiting you Honorable Worships decision hereon the petitioners remain. Your Noble, Honorable Worships humble servants: Tielman van Vleeck, Machghyel Jansen, Herman Smedman, CASPER STEINMETS." *

List of voluntary contributors, with the sum promised by each. Thielman van Vleeck- 50; Douwe Harmens- 06; Dirck Gerritsen- 20; Claes Pietersen,Cos of
Gemenepa- 50; Jacob Leendersen- 25; Evert Coertsen- 13; Jan, The Englishman- 06; Dirck Classen- 10; Paulus Pietersen- 25; Jan Loserecht- 06; Willem Jansen-10; Gerrit Gerritsen*- 06; Joost van Linden- 10; Claes Arentsen- 08; Adrian Post*- 20; Michielsen Jansen- 25; Jacob Sergiant-08; Harmen Smedeman- 25; Arent Louwerens- 10; Casper Steinmets*- 25; Jan Cornelis- 03; Jan Schulten- 25; Jan Cornelius,the rich- 10; Michiele Teunissen- 06; Thomas, the cooper- 03; Jan Lubbersen- 06; Cornelius Abrahams- 06; Dirck Gerritsen- 20= 417 (guilders in wampum: money)

Approved Mar. 10, 1661.


On 21-Jun-1661 Casparus sued one 'Douwe (Don) Hermsen' for slander. He had brought Hermsen into court after he could no longer endure his slanderous comments in the village. Not only did Hermsen fail to prove his innocenbce, but replied "that he had nothing good to say concerning Steinmets." At the end of the hearing Casparus was victorius. Casparus was ordered to receive 15 guilders for compensation.
He held the position of Schepen (Magistrate) in the newly formed Court of Justice on 5-Sep-1661 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. A petition was presented on January 24th, 1662 to the court asking for a public well to be excavated in Bergen. Caspar Steynmets signed the petition, with others interested and on its being presented to the Court in New Amsterdam to the Directors General and Council, permission was granted.

An Order in Council by the new elected Municipal Government was enacted January 28th, 1662. It proposed for the excavation of a public well inside the palisaded enclosure; to be erected to protect the village from the Indians. This act was signed by Casparus Steynmets, Van Vleeck, Sweedman and Jensen. The petition was finally approved on February 9th, 1662. An Ordinance was passed by the Directors General and Councillors of New Amsterdam, a new Court of Justice was to be formed in Bergen. Peter Stuyvesant, therefore on 16 October, 1662 on behalf of the "Mighty Lords Proprietors", did choose as judges honest intelligent persons, owners of real estate, who were lovers of peace, promoters and professors of the Reformed Religion as it is taught in the Word of God and in order of the Synod of Dordrecht in Holland, to consist of one Schout (Sheriff) and three Schepens. The Schepens appointed were Caspar Steinmets, Michael Jensen and Herman Sweedman. This action taken of the "Lords Proprietors" established the first Municipal Government in New Jersey. Casparus Steynmets and others had to swear an Oath of Allegiance in a colourful ceremony which took place in the Stadhuis (City Hall) following their appointment. They dressed in their long cloaks and huge bell-crowned hats and solemnly took their Oath of Office and bowed their heads for a benediction: "We thank Thee that ...it has pleased Thee to make us the rulers of the people of this place." On December 28th, 1662, Casparus Steynmets found himself once again in the Court of New Amsterdam. This time a complaint stated that he and Schout Van Vleeck and one Herman Sweedman "fenced-in" too much land. They were all ordered to appear before the Court for a hearing. At the hearing Michael Jansen and Adrian Post appeared on behalf of the inhabitants of Bergen. As deputies they stated, "that it would cause damage to the inhabitants of the village if the parties continued with their fencing. The aforesaid, Steinmets, Van Vleeck and Sweedman maintained that no obstacle whatever could arise therefrom." It was then ordered that the land be surveyed and the surveyors report to the Directors General and afterwards, directions would be given. This was done and full permission was given to go on with the fencing, so long as they did not trespass on the public pasture land. He was appointed commander of the Militia at Bergen in 1663. He gave oath of allegiance in 1665. He a ppointed first judge for the County in Oct-1665. "On May 8th, 1666, Casparus Steynmets demanded payment for use of his home in New York (New Amsterdam) as a schoolhouse." His petition requested a sum of some 260 florins. The court in this instance asked Casparus to wait as there was "no money in the treasury", however, he asked them again, and a second reply of "no money" was once more the response.
Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II purchased purchased a large tract of land once belonging to Governor Philip Carteret on 12-Mar-1668 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey.
"On May 12th, 1688, he received confirmatory patent on several plots of land in and around the Village of Bergen." "On 4 September 1673, when the Dutch had come into possession of the territories again, Casparus was made Captain of the Militia at Bergen." In Governor Carteret's time, the legislature consisted of the Governor with his council of seven members in the Upper House, or Senate. The citizens of the town of Bergen 1673 were ordered by the Lords Proprietors of New Orange to swear an "Oath of Allegiance" or to be constrained thereto by the force of arms.

The new Oath of Allegiance was stated as follows: "We do promise and swear in the presence of Almighty God, To be Loyal and Faithful to Their Mighty Highnesses, The Lords States General of the United Netherlands and His Serene Highness, The Prince of Orange, and the Governor already appointed or to be appointed, and to comfort ourselves on all occasions as Loyal and Faithful Subjects and bound to do." He held the position of Deputy form Bergen in the Council of New Orange in 1674. He held the position of Rebresentative from Bergen in the 1st and 2nd General Assembly in New Jersey in 1674. "At the death of his third wife Tryntje Jacobs, 1677; he gave the farm and homestead to his sons, Johannes Steynmets and Gerrit Steynmets. Johannes would later will his portion of his father's estate to his sister Joanna (Steynmets) Prior, and she in turn gave it to her son, Jacob Prior. Casparus, an hier to the estate of Tryntje Jacobs, received on October 11th, 1677 a patent, "in right of Tryntje Jacobs Walling (Van Winkle), his deceased wife, formerly widow of Jacob Stoffelsen, six acres for a garden at Horsemes." After the death of his third wife, Caspar Steynmets in 1678 hired a servant woman by the name of Arientje Gerrits van Huysen, to look after the children and his household. He eventually chose her as his fourth wife and married his 'bride-to-be' in October, 1693.
Census1671Bergen County, New Jersey

Child of Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II and Dorothea Aertsen

Children of Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II and Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck

Child of Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II and Trintje Jacobs

Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck

F, b. between 1630 and 1633, d. 12 Jan 1669/70
Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck|b. between 1630 and 1633\nd. 12 Jan 1669/70|p83.htm#i35523|Corporal Gerrit Janzen Van Steenwyck||p361.htm#i271873|Catryna (Unknown)||p363.htm#i274233|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck was born between 1630 and 1633 at Sutphen, Gelderland, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Corporal Gerrit Janzen Van Steenwyck and Catryna (Unknown). Marriage banns for Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck and Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II were published on 31-Mar-1652 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Jannetje married Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II, son of Johannes Casparius Davidus Steynmets I and Geertje Hendricksen, on 31-Mar-1652 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck died on 12-Jan-1669/70 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Jannetje Gerritse Van Wagenen. She was also known as Jennek Gerrits Van Wegener. She was also known as Janneken Gerrits Van Zutphen. She was also known as Jannetje Gerritson Van Wagener. She was also known as Janneken Gerrits. She was also known as Jannetje Gerrits. She immigrated; aboard the Faith.

Children of Jannetje Gerrits Van Steenwyck and Capt. Casparus Johannes Steynmets II

Wyntje Westervelt

F, b. 14 Apr 1791, d. 21 May 1835
Wyntje Westervelt|b. 14 Apr 1791\nd. 21 May 1835|p83.htm#i35524|Benjamin P. Westervelt|b. 1 Aug 1763\nd. 22 Mar 1845|p120.htm#i67160|Sara Durie|b. 19 Feb 1764\nd. 28 Jun 1816|p120.htm#i67161|Petrus Westervelt|b. 29 Jan 1722\nd. 8 Jun 1803|p22.htm#i4830|Cathlyntie Tallman|b. 24 Jul 1724\nd. 8 Jun 1803|p22.htm#i4831|Jan Durie|b. 26 Mar 1722|p90.htm#i37836|Weyntie Lydecker|b. circa 1726/27|p120.htm#i67162|

Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Wyntje Westervelt was born on 14-Apr-1791. She was the daughter of Benjamin P. Westervelt and Sara Durie. Wyntje Westervelt was baptized on 8-May-1791 at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. Wyntje married Squire John I. Banta, son of Jan Banta and Elizabeth Kuyper, on 12-Dec-1812 at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. Wyntje Westervelt died on 21-May-1835 at age 44.
     She was also known as Lavina Westervelt. She was also known as Lavinia Westervelt.

Children of Wyntje Westervelt and Squire John I. Banta

Cornelia Blauvelt

F, b. 9 Jan 1799, d. 6 Jul 1878
Cornelia Blauvelt|b. 9 Jan 1799\nd. 6 Jul 1878|p83.htm#i35525|Cornelius Blauvelt|b. 22 May 1769\nd. 21 Aug 1849|p286.htm#i169871|Elizabeth Haring|b. 10 Feb 1771\nd. 1 Sep 1833|p286.htm#i169872|||||||||||||
      Cornelia Blauvelt was born on 9-Jan-1799. She was the daughter of Cornelius Blauvelt and Elizabeth Haring. Cornelia Blauvelt was baptized on 6-Feb-1799 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Cornelia married Gerrit Eckerson on 12-Oct-1816 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Cornelia married Squire John I. Banta, son of Jan Banta and Elizabeth Kuyper, on 29-Jun-1836. Cornelia married Albert Van Emburg on 31-May-1854 at English Neighborhood, Bergen County, New Jersey. Cornelia Blauvelt died on 6-Jul-1878 at age 79. Cornelia was buried at Valleau Cemetery, Paramus, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     She received into the church at Schraalenberg, NJ by cerfificate at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey, 2-Oct-1836.
Census5-Aug-1850Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey, real estate value 10,000.00

Gerrit Eckerson

M, b. 10 Jul 1787, d. 13 Sep 1833
      Gerrit Eckerson was born on 10-Jul-1787. He was baptized on 3-Aug-1787 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Gerrit married Cornelia Blauvelt, daughter of Cornelius Blauvelt and Elizabeth Haring, on 12-Oct-1816 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Gerrit Eckerson died on 13-Sep-1833 at age 46. Gerrit was buried after 13-Sep-1833 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York.
     He was also known as Garret C. Eckerson.

Jan Banta

M, b. 5 Jul 1754, d. 11 Sep 1807
Jan Banta|b. 5 Jul 1754\nd. 11 Sep 1807|p83.htm#i35527|Capt. Jan Banta|b. 6 Oct 1723\nd. 10 Dec 1806|p83.htm#i35529|Margrithge Durie|b. 11 Feb 1729\nd. 30 Jun 1779|p83.htm#i35530|Hendrick Banta|b. 1 Jul 1694\nd. 1 Jan 1774|p56.htm#i25675|Annaetje J. De Groot|b. 1695\nd. circa 1774|p56.htm#i25676|Jean Durie|b. 1695\nd. 7 May 1773|p83.htm#i35533|Angentie Bogert|b. 1 Sep 1700|p90.htm#i37823|

Relationship=4th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Jan Banta was born on 5-Jul-1754. He was the son of Capt. Jan Banta and Margrithge Durie. Jan Banta was baptized on 28-Jul-1754 at Dutch Reformed Church, Paramus, Bergen County, New Jersey. Jan married Elizabeth Kuyper, daughter of Aert Kuyper and Trientje Lozier, on 5-Dec-1784. Jan Banta died on 11-Sep-1807 at age 53.

Child of Jan Banta and Elizabeth Kuyper

Elizabeth Kuyper

F, b. 11 Jun 1759, d. 19 Dec 1833
Elizabeth Kuyper|b. 11 Jun 1759\nd. 19 Dec 1833|p83.htm#i35528|Aert Kuyper|b. 23 Sep 1726\nd. 5 Nov 1814|p70.htm#i31260|Trientje Lozier|b. 10 Apr 1729\nd. 28 Feb 1803|p70.htm#i31255|Derik Cuyper|b. 13 Oct 1696|p119.htm#i66384|Catlyn A. Van Pelt|b. 29 Sep 1695|p111.htm#i57381|Hillebrant Lozier|b. circa 1695\nd. circa 3 Aug 1763|p70.htm#i31142|Christina DeBaun|b. 29 Oct 1710|p61.htm#i27724|

Relationship=4th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Elizabeth Kuyper was born on 11-Jun-1759. She was the daughter of Aert Kuyper and Trientje Lozier. Elizabeth married Jan Banta, son of Capt. Jan Banta and Margrithge Durie, on 5-Dec-1784. Elizabeth Kuyper died on 19-Dec-1833 at age 74.
     She was also known as Elisabeth Cooper. She received into the church at Schraalenburgh, NJ at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey, 8-Dec-1819.

Child of Elizabeth Kuyper and Jan Banta

Capt. Jan Banta

M, b. 6 Oct 1723, d. 10 Dec 1806
Capt. Jan Banta|b. 6 Oct 1723\nd. 10 Dec 1806|p83.htm#i35529|Hendrick Banta|b. 1 Jul 1694\nd. 1 Jan 1774|p56.htm#i25675|Annaetje Janse De Groot|b. 1695\nd. circa 1774|p56.htm#i25676|Seba E. Banta|b. 1654|p55.htm#i25662|Marritje A. Sip|b. circa 1659\nd. circa 1710|p55.htm#i25663|Jan J. De Groot||p206.htm#i114977|Margytie Gerritse||p273.htm#i156242|

Relationship=5th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Capt. Jan Banta was born on 6-Oct-1723. He was the son of Hendrick Banta and Annaetje Janse De Groot. Capt. Jan Banta was baptized on 1-Dec-1723 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Jan married Margrithge Durie, daughter of Jean Durie and Angentie Bogert, on 18-Dec-1747 at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. Jan married Vrouwtie Westervelt on 27-Mar-1780. Capt. Jan Banta died on 10-Dec-1806 at age 83. Jan was buried after 10-Dec-1806 at Schraalenbrugh Chruch Cemetery, Bergenfield, Bergen County, New Jersey. Jan's estate was proved on 6-Jan-1807.
     He was also known as Capt. John Banta. He was deacon of the church in Paramus 1756. On 11-Jul-1777 "Captain John Banta of Pascack" was among a group of county residents accuesd of being "disaffected" to the war in progress with England, and ordered arrested and sent to Jail at Morristown.
On 2-Aug-1777 appeared before the court and after being examined, agreed to take the necessary oaths and gave his bond for 300 pounds as security.

Jan's left a will on 21-Dec-1797 at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.

He left Vroutje 130 pounds in bonds, a slave and child, household goods and everything she brought with her at their marriage; also the use while his widow the use of house rooms, 2 good cows and a supply of rye, corn and buckwheat annually. The homestead farm (already deeded) was divided among the 3 sons according to survey made Apr 8 1796 by Jacobus Demarest. Grandaughter Eliazbeth, wife of Albert P. Westervelt, was bequeathed 200 pounds. The personal estate was appraised at $3,935.00.

Occupationa carpenter and tanner

Children of Capt. Jan Banta and Margrithge Durie

Margrithge Durie

F, b. 11 Feb 1729, d. 30 Jun 1779
Margrithge Durie|b. 11 Feb 1729\nd. 30 Jun 1779|p83.htm#i35530|Jean Durie|b. 1695\nd. 7 May 1773|p83.htm#i35533|Angentie Bogert|b. 1 Sep 1700|p90.htm#i37823|Jean Durier|b. 12 Nov 1654|p64.htm#i30192|Rachel Cresson|b. circa 1656\nd. 1710|p42.htm#i20064|John Bogert|b. circa 1683|p90.htm#i37824|Maria Bertholf|b. 12 May 1680|p90.htm#i37825|

Relationship=5th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Margrithge Durie was born on 8-Feb-1729. She was born on 11-Feb-1729. She was the daughter of Jean Durie and Angentie Bogert. Margrithge Durie was baptized on 23-Feb-1729 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Margrithge married Capt. Jan Banta, son of Hendrick Banta and Annaetje Janse De Groot, on 18-Dec-1747 at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. Margrithge Durie died on 30-Jun-1779 at age 50; according to Bible record. She died on 1-Jul-1779 at age 50. Margrithge was buried after 1-Jul-1779 at Schraalenbrugh Chruch Cemetery, Bergenfield, Bergen County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Margaret Durie. She was also known as Margaret Duryea.

Children of Margrithge Durie and Capt. Jan Banta

Vrouwtie Westervelt

F, b. 31 Aug 1730, d. 25 Oct 1823
      Vrouwtie Westervelt was born on 31-Aug-1730. Vrouwtie married Capt. Jan Banta, son of Hendrick Banta and Annaetje Janse De Groot, on 27-Mar-1780. Vrouwtie Westervelt died on 25-Oct-1823 at age 93.
     She was also known as Vroutje Westervelt.

Adriaen Hendricksen Sip

M, b. 1634, d. Aug 1664

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Adriaen Hendricksen Sip was born circa 1629. He was born in 1634 at Breda, N. Brabant, Netherlands. Adriaen married Grietje Warnaets Van Schonevelt, daughter of Warner Van Schonevelt, on 4-Feb-1655/56 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Adriaen married Geertje Aurians; 2nd marriage Adraen. Adriaen Hendricksen Sip died in Aug-1664 at Bergen County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Adraen Hendrickse Sip. He was also known as Claas Adrian Hendricks Sip. He was also known as Arian Sip. He emigrated in 1641 from Breda, N. Brabant, Netherlands. On 1664 Built his home in Bergen, NJ. In 1910 the address was 910 Bergen Ave., Jersey City, NJ.
He Joined the church at Bergen, NJ at Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey, 13-Nov-1666.

Children of Adriaen Hendricksen Sip and Grietje Warnaets Van Schonevelt

Jean Durie

M, b. 1695, d. 7 May 1773
Jean Durie|b. 1695\nd. 7 May 1773|p83.htm#i35533|Jean Durier|b. 12 Nov 1654|p64.htm#i30192|Rachel Cresson|b. circa 1656\nd. 1710|p42.htm#i20064|Pierre Durier||p90.htm#i37826|Margurite Charoy||p90.htm#i37827|Pierre Cresson|b. circa 1609\nd. after 3 Aug 1681|p42.htm#i20065|Rachel Clauss|b. 11 Feb 1618\nd. after 1690|p42.htm#i20066|

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Jean Durie was born in 1695. He was the son of Jean Durier and Rachel Cresson. Jean married Angentie Bogert, daughter of John Bogert and Maria Bertholf, on 30-Aug-1718 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Jean married Margaret Laroe, daughter of Jacques Laroe and Wyberig Hendricks Helling, on 25-May-1751. Jean Durie died on 7-May-1773. Jean was buried after 7-May-1773 at Schraalenbrugh Chruch Cemetery, Bergenfield, Bergen County, New Jersey. Jean's estate was proved on 17-Jun-1773.
     He was also known as John Duryea. He was also known as John Durie.
Jean's left a will on 16-Feb-1773

The chief devisees were sons John and David, and grandson John, son of Petere deceased, who shared the large homestead farm as well as the meadow at Teaneck. The grandson also received the 44 acres purchased from Jacobus Demarest. Other specific lands were devised to grandchildren John Remsen, Benjamin Westervelt, John C. Westervelt, and Angenietje wife of Jacobus I. Bogert. The executors were ordered to sell the remaining lands. The proceeds tereffrom and the personal estate were left to the heirs in 8 equal shares. Certain payments ordered to be made by some of the heirs as a consideration for their lans were cancelled by a codicill made 23 Mar, following. The heirs were also obliged to pay a share of an annuity of 12 pounds to the widow for life.

Occupation1720a blacsmith

Children of Jean Durie and Angentie Bogert

Francois Le Sueur

M, b. circa 1625, d. 1671

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Francois Le Sueur was born circa 1625 at Challe, Mesnil, Normandy, France. He was born circa 1630 at Challe-Mesnil, Eure, France. Francois married Jannatie Hildebrand Pietersen on 12-Jul-1659 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Francois Le Sueur died in 1671 at Harlem, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He died in 1671 at New Harlem, Kings County, New York.
     He was also known as Francois Lozier. He resided at at Esopus, Ulster County, New York, circa 1653. He emigrated circa 1657 from Dieppe, France.

Francois Le Sueur was a Huguenot and one of the original settlers of Harlem, now part of New York City. He left France for this country about 1657, sailing from Dieppe. His sister Jeanne accompanied him. He was born in Challe-Mesnil or Colmenil, which are about 3 miles south of Dieppe in France. He married in 1659, Jannetie, daughter of Hillenbrand Pieterson of Amsterdam. He left Harlem about 1663 and went to Esopus, accompanied by his sister Jeanne, who maried Cornelis Viervant. Both she and her husband later returned to Harlem. Francois was living in 1670, but it is recorded that on Nov. 30, 1671, his widow bound out her son Willenbrand who was then 8 years old. Le Sueur variously spelled as Leseur, Lesier, Lazear and Lezier. Some of his descendants are know as Lashier. See Page 196 of Rikers 'History of Harlem'. Record of Dutch Reformed Church, New York, NY 'Francois Lejere, van Scalmeny by Dieppe, in Franckryk, en Jannetje Hillenbrants, van Amsterdam, July 12, 1659. ( See 'Lasher Family' in NY State Library.) The name Le Sueur was well established at Challe-Mesnil in Terre de Cauz, Normandy, France of which Dieppe was the capital. For the previous century, the Le Sueurs were cloth makers of Rouen, France. ' Le Sueur' means ' to work' or 'to toil'. Alternate spellings are Le Seur; De Lachaire; La Cheer; Le Jere; Lessieur; Lesier. The Le Sueurs were French Hueguenots and were more accepted by the Dutch colonists in America than the English. He was a civil engineer. He came to the US with his sister Jeanne, in 1657 after his explorations. They came to New Amsterdam and lived in Flatbush, Long Island, they moved to New Haarlem in 1661. He had just completed the engineering for the town of Haarlem. He moved to Esopus early in 1663 due to high taxes. He was a soldier in the Esopus Indian War. As his health failed, he returned to New Haarlem with his family about 1670 and died the next year. He was enlisted with Capt. Pawling's Co.

Children of Francois Le Sueur and Jannatie Hildebrand Pietersen

Jannatie Hildebrand Pietersen

F, b. circa 1630, d. after 15 Sep 1678

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Jannatie Hildebrand Pietersen was born circa 1630 at Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. Jannatie married Francois Le Sueur on 12-Jul-1659 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. Jannatie Hildebrand Pietersen died after 15-Sep-1678 at New York City, New York County, New York. Jannatie married Antoine Tilba after 1761.
     Jannatie Hildebrand Pietersen was also known as Jannetie Hillenbrants Pietersen. She was also known as Jannetje Hillebrants Pietersen.

Children of Jannatie Hildebrand Pietersen and Francois Le Sueur

(Unknown) Walling

M

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.

Child of (Unknown) Walling

Jacob (Unknown)

M

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
     Jacob (Unknown) was also known as Jacob Jacobs.

Child of Jacob (Unknown)

Jan Pieterson Slote

M, d. after 1703

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
     Jan married Aeltie Jans circa 1639. Jan Pieterson Slote died after 1703 at Probably, Barent's Island, New Jersey.
     He resided at at Holstein, Denmark, circa 1600.

Child of Jan Pieterson Slote and Aeltie Jans

Aeltie Jans

F

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Aeltie married Jan Pieterson Slote circa 1639.

Child of Aeltie Jans and Jan Pieterson Slote

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