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Matthew P. Bogert

M, b. 27 Dec 1702, d. 1784
Matthew P. Bogert|b. 27 Dec 1702\nd. 1784|p87.htm#i35773|Peter Jansen Bogert|b. 1656|p86.htm#i35765|Fytje Flierbloom|b. circa 1667|p86.htm#i35766|Jan L. Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Judge Matthias Flierboom|b. circa 1640\nd. circa 1695|p86.htm#i35767|Marritje J. Van Den Bergh|b. circa 1644|p268.htm#i152101|

Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
     Matthew P. Bogert was baptized on 27-Dec-1702 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Peter Jansen Bogert and Fytje Flierbloom. Matthew married Margrietje Tunisen Tallman, daughter of Douwe Harmanse Tallman and Maria Haring, circa 1735. Matthew P. Bogert died in 1784.

Margrietje Tunisen Tallman

F, b. 2 Sep 1716
Margrietje Tunisen Tallman|b. 2 Sep 1716|p87.htm#i35775|Douwe Harmanse Tallman|b. 1689\nd. 11 May 1779|p146.htm#i92404|Maria Haring|b. circa 1690|p50.htm#i20752|Harmen D. Tallman|b. circa 1655|p38.htm#i18509|Grietje Minnelay|b. circa 1661|p38.htm#i18506|Cornelius J. Harring|b. 4 Mar 1672\nd. 28 Jun 1775|p40.htm#i19114|Catherine Flierboom|b. 4 Mar 1678/79|p40.htm#i19115|

Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Margrietje Tunisen Tallman was born on 2-Sep-1716 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York. She was the daughter of Douwe Harmanse Tallman and Maria Haring. Margrietje married Matthew P. Bogert, son of Peter Jansen Bogert and Fytje Flierbloom, circa 1735.
     Margrietje Tunisen Tallman was also known as Margaretta Tunisens Talman.

Willeminia Bogert

F, b. 29 Feb 1708
Willeminia Bogert|b. 29 Feb 1708|p87.htm#i35782|Peter Jansen Bogert|b. 1656|p86.htm#i35765|Fytje Flierbloom|b. circa 1667|p86.htm#i35766|Jan L. Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Judge Matthias Flierboom|b. circa 1640\nd. circa 1695|p86.htm#i35767|Marritje J. Van Den Bergh|b. circa 1644|p268.htm#i152101|

Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
     Willeminia Bogert was baptized on 29-Feb-1708 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Peter Jansen Bogert and Fytje Flierbloom. Willeminia married Albert Westervelt, son of Jurian Westervelt and Cornelia Van Voorhees, in 1731.
     Willeminia Bogert was also known as Willempjin Bogert.

Gysbert Bogaert

M, b. 30 Sep 1663
Gysbert Bogaert|b. 30 Sep 1663|p87.htm#i35783|Jan Laurens Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Louw T. Bogaert|d. after 3 May 1667|p144.htm#i88572|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p243.htm#i130383|Evert J. Evertse||p272.htm#i154439|Grietja Claes||p272.htm#i154438|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Gysbert Bogaert was baptized on 30-Sep-1663 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Jan Laurens Bogaert and Cornelia Everts. Gysbert married Antye Lourens Jansen Low, daughter of Laurens Jansen Louw and Mary Roosa.
     Gysbert Bogaert was also known as Gysbert Bogert.
Gysbert Bogaert purchased on 6-Oct-1707 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York.
He resided at at Sparkill, Rockland County, New York, in 1729.

Claes Janzen Bogaert

M, b. 1668, d. 5 Jan 1727
Claes Janzen Bogaert|b. 1668\nd. 5 Jan 1727|p87.htm#i35784|Jan Laurens Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Louw T. Bogaert|d. after 3 May 1667|p144.htm#i88572|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p243.htm#i130383|Evert J. Evertse||p272.htm#i154439|Grietja Claes||p272.htm#i154438|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Claes Janzen Bogaert was born in 1668 at Bedford, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Jan Laurens Bogaert and Cornelia Everts. Claes married Belitje Van Schaick, daughter of Hendrick Cornelissen Van Schaick and Neeltje Hendricks Steele, on 28-Jun-1695. Claes married Margaret Coneilyea Van Tilburg, daughter of John Coneilyea Van Tilburg and Phebe Schut, on 23-Feb-1707. Claes Janzen Bogaert died on 5-Jan-1727. Claes's estate was proved on 10-Feb-1727.
     He was also known as Claes Bogaert. He was also known as Nicholas Bogaert. He was also known as Klaas Janse Bogert will. He was also known as Nicholaes Bogaert. He was also known as Nicholas Bogert. He and Belitje Van Schaick they joined the church at New York City at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York, 1-Dec-1704.
Claes Janzen's left a will on 17-Sep-1726 at New York City, New York County, New York.

Child of Claes Janzen Bogaert and Belitje Van Schaick

Child of Claes Janzen Bogaert and Margaret Coneilyea Van Tilburg

Lysbet Janes Bogart

F, b. 1659
Lysbet Janes Bogart|b. 1659|p87.htm#i35785|Jan Laurens Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Louw T. Bogaert|d. after 3 May 1667|p144.htm#i88572|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p243.htm#i130383|Evert J. Evertse||p272.htm#i154439|Grietja Claes||p272.htm#i154438|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Lysbet Janes Bogart was born in 1659 at Harlem, North Holland, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Jan Laurens Bogaert and Cornelia Everts. Lysbet married Harmen Janse Knickerbocker.
     Lysbet Janes Bogart was also known as Elizabeth Bogaert. She was also known as Elizabeth Bogert.

Catalyna Bogaert

F
Catalyna Bogaert||p87.htm#i35786|Jan Laurens Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Louw T. Bogaert|d. after 3 May 1667|p144.htm#i88572|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p243.htm#i130383|Evert J. Evertse||p272.htm#i154439|Grietja Claes||p272.htm#i154438|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Catalyna Bogaert was the daughter of Jan Laurens Bogaert and Cornelia Everts. Catalyna married Elbert Hermense on 10-Aug-1701 at Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, Albany County, New York.
     Catalyna Bogaert was also known as Catharine Bogert. She and Elbert Hermense with letter from New Harlem Church joined at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York, 5-Sep-1704.

Cornelia Laurens Bogaert

F, b. 21 Nov 1676, d. 18 Nov 1735
Cornelia Laurens Bogaert|b. 21 Nov 1676\nd. 18 Nov 1735|p87.htm#i35787|Jan Laurens Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Louw T. Bogaert|d. after 3 May 1667|p144.htm#i88572|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p243.htm#i130383|Evert J. Evertse||p272.htm#i154439|Grietja Claes||p272.htm#i154438|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Cornelia Laurens Bogaert was born on 21-Nov-1676. She was the daughter of Jan Laurens Bogaert and Cornelia Everts. Cornelia married Wouter Pietersen Quackenbush, son of Pieter Quackenbush and Montje (Unknown), on 4-Oct-1696 at Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, Albany County, New York. Cornelia Laurens Bogaert died on 18-Nov-1735 at age 58.
     She was also known as Cornelia Bogert.

Jannetje Bogaert

F
Jannetje Bogaert||p87.htm#i35788|Jan Laurens Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Louw T. Bogaert|d. after 3 May 1667|p144.htm#i88572|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p243.htm#i130383|Evert J. Evertse||p272.htm#i154439|Grietja Claes||p272.htm#i154438|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Jannetje Bogaert was the daughter of Jan Laurens Bogaert and Cornelia Everts. Jannetje married Joris Holmes on 8-Jul-1704 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York.
     Jannetje Bogaert was also known as Janneke Bogert.

Johannes Bogaert

M, b. 16 Aug 1679, d. before 31 May 1713
Johannes Bogaert|b. 16 Aug 1679\nd. before 31 May 1713|p87.htm#i35789|Jan Laurens Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|Louw T. Bogaert|d. after 3 May 1667|p144.htm#i88572|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p243.htm#i130383|Evert J. Evertse||p272.htm#i154439|Grietja Claes||p272.htm#i154438|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Johannes Bogaert was born at New Harlem, Kings County, New York. He was baptized on 16-Aug-1679. He was the son of Jan Laurens Bogaert and Cornelia Everts. Johannes married Classie Van Schaick, daughter of Hendrick Cornelissen Van Schaick and Neeltje Hendricks Steele, on 16-Jun-1700 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Johannes Bogaert died before 31-May-1713. Johannes's estate was proved on 10-Feb-1727.
     He was also known as John Bogert. He and Classie Van Schaick joined at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York, 1-Dec-1704.
Johannes's left a will on 19-Jun-1711 at New York City, New York County, New York.

Seba Bogert

M, b. 25 Mar 1774, d. 27 Apr 1846
      Seba Bogert was born on 25-Mar-1774 at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was baptized on 17-Apr-1774 at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey. Seba married Sarah Blackledge on 2-Jan-1795 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Seba Bogert died on 27-Apr-1846 at age 72. Seba's estate was proved on 15-Aug-1846.
     He and Sarah Blackledge joined the at Dutch Reformed Church, South Schraalenburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey, 16-Oct-1800.
Seba's left a will on 18-Oct-1845 at Harrington, Bergen County, New Jersey.

Child of Seba Bogert and Sarah Blackledge

Isaac Blanch

M, b. 26 Dec 1736
Isaac Blanch|b. 26 Dec 1736|p87.htm#i35843|Richard Blanch|b. 1704\nd. 6 Sep 1767|p38.htm#i18490|Classie Van Giesen|b. 13 Apr 1702\nd. before 30 Oct 1730|p38.htm#i18491|||||||Isaac Van Giesen|b. 1661|p42.htm#i20117|Cornelia H. Brinkerhoff|b. 1668\nd. 17 Sep 1707|p21.htm#i4801|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Isaac Blanch was baptized on 26-Dec-1736 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Richard Blanch and Classie Van Giesen. Isaac married Margrietie Haring, daughter of Abraham Haring and Martyntje Bogert.
     Isaac Blanch was also known as Isaac Blanck.

Col. Thomas Blanch

M, b. 22 Feb 1741, d. 3 Jun 1823
Col. Thomas Blanch|b. 22 Feb 1741\nd. 3 Jun 1823|p87.htm#i35844|Richard Blanch|b. 1704\nd. 6 Sep 1767|p38.htm#i18490|Classie Van Giesen|b. 13 Apr 1702\nd. before 30 Oct 1730|p38.htm#i18491|||||||Isaac Van Giesen|b. 1661|p42.htm#i20117|Cornelia H. Brinkerhoff|b. 1668\nd. 17 Sep 1707|p21.htm#i4801|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Col. Thomas Blanch was born in 1740 at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was baptized on 22-Feb-1741 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Richard Blanch and Classie Van Giesen. Thomas married Effie Johns Mabie, daughter of Johannes Meeby and Susannah Bertin, in 1761. Col. Thomas Blanch died on 3-Jun-1823 at Closter, Bergen County, New Jersey, at age 82. Thomas was buried at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York.
     He was also known as Thomas Blens.

Cornelia Blanch

F, b. 29 Sep 1745
Cornelia Blanch|b. 29 Sep 1745|p87.htm#i35845|Richard Blanch|b. 1704\nd. 6 Sep 1767|p38.htm#i18490|Classie Van Giesen|b. 13 Apr 1702\nd. before 30 Oct 1730|p38.htm#i18491|||||||Isaac Van Giesen|b. 1661|p42.htm#i20117|Cornelia H. Brinkerhoff|b. 1668\nd. 17 Sep 1707|p21.htm#i4801|

Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Cornelia Blanch was born in 1745 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York. She was baptized on 29-Sep-1745 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Richard Blanch and Classie Van Giesen. Cornelia married David Smith, son of Abram Smith and Maria Tallman.

Child of Cornelia Blanch and David Smith

David Smith

M, b. 16 Dec 1740
David Smith|b. 16 Dec 1740|p87.htm#i35847|Abram Smith|b. 22 Sep 1703\nd. 27 Oct 1755|p48.htm#i20654|Maria Tallman|b. 1706|p332.htm#i242924|Lambert A. Smith|b. 11 Oct 1656\nd. after 1750|p48.htm#i20646|Marretje G. Blauvelt|b. 25 Sep 1661\nd. before 1729|p39.htm#i18536|Teunis D. Tallman|b. 8 Feb 1665\nd. 17 Jul 1739|p40.htm#i19117|Brechtje Haring|b. 4 Jul 1675\nd. 12 Jan 1709|p40.htm#i19116|

Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      David Smith was born on 16-Dec-1740. He was the son of Abram Smith and Maria Tallman. David Smith was baptized on 25-Dec-1740 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. David married Cornelia Blanch, daughter of Richard Blanch and Classie Van Giesen.

Child of David Smith and Cornelia Blanch

Effie Johns Mabie

F, b. 28 Apr 1743, d. 28 Aug 1825
Effie Johns Mabie|b. 28 Apr 1743\nd. 28 Aug 1825|p87.htm#i35848|Johannes Meeby|b. 9 May 1708\nd. 1780|p288.htm#i170823|Susannah Bertin|b. 1710\nd. 1797|p288.htm#i170824|||||||||||||
      Effie Johns Mabie was born on 28-Apr-1743 at New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York. She was the daughter of Johannes Meeby and Susannah Bertin. Effie Johns Mabie was baptized on 22-May-1743 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York; witnesses: John Martyn and wife Effye. Effie married Col. Thomas Blanch, son of Richard Blanch and Classie Van Giesen, in 1761. Effie Johns Mabie died on 28-Aug-1825 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York, at age 82.
     She was also known as Effye Maby.

Jane Blackwell

F, b. circa 1650, d. between 2 Apr 1711 and 9 Nov 1716
Jane Blackwell|b. circa 1650\nd. between 2 Apr 1711 and 9 Nov 1716|p87.htm#i35849|Michael Blackwell||p95.htm#i40297||||||||||||||||
      Jane Blackwell was born circa 1650 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Michael Blackwell. Jane married John Gibbs, son of Thomas Gibbs, circa 1669 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Jane Blackwell died between 2-Apr-1711 and 9-Nov-1716 at Probably, Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Children of Jane Blackwell and John Gibbs

Benjamin Gibbs

M, b. Dec 1673, d. 1757
Benjamin Gibbs|b. Dec 1673\nd. 1757|p87.htm#i35850|John Gibbs|b. 12 Sep 1644\nd. 30 Apr 1725|p36.htm#i18013|Jane Blackwell|b. circa 1650\nd. between 2 Apr 1711 and 9 Nov 1716|p87.htm#i35849|Thomas Gibbs|b. circa 1616\nd. before 27 Mar 1693|p36.htm#i18012||||Michael Blackwell||p95.htm#i40297||||

Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 6 times removed of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      Benjamin Gibbs was born in Dec-1673 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of John Gibbs and Jane Blackwell. Benjamin married Anne Tupper, daughter of Capt. Thomas Tupper and Martha Mayhew, on 4-Jan-1698/99 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Benjamin Gibbs died in 1757 at Sandwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Eli Braconie

M, b. 1563

Relationship=11th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Eli Braconie was born in 1563.

Child of Eli Braconie

Guillaume Vigne

M, b. circa 1586, d. circa 30 Apr 1632
Guillaume Vigne|b. circa 1586\nd. circa 30 Apr 1632|p87.htm#i35922|Jean de la Vigne|b. circa 1560\nd. after 1622|p88.htm#i37549||||||||||||||||

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Guillaume Vigne was born between 1580 and 1590 at Valenciennes, Nord, France. He was born circa 1586 at Of, Valenciennes, Nord, France. He was the son of Jean de la Vigne. Guillaume married Adriana Cuveille in 1608 at France. Guillaume Vigne died circa 1632 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He died in 1632 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He died circa 30-Apr-1632 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York.
     He was also known as Guleyn Vigne. He was also known as Gulyn Vinje. He was also known as Guilliam Vinje. He was also known as Willem Vinje. He was also known as Willem Vinje. He was also known as Geleun Vinge. He was also known as William Vigne. He was also known as Guillaume Vigne. He and Adriana Cuveille resided at at Leuden, Netherlands, in 1623. Guillaume Vigne immigrated in Apr-1624 to New Amsterdam, New York County, New York; poss sailed on the Niew Nederladt.
Guillaume's left a will circa 1632

Dirck and his mother-in-law were named executors of the will, as recorded below:

"We, the underwritten, William WYMAN, blacksmith and Jan Thomaisen GROEN, as
good men do attest and certify that before us appeared Dirck VOLCKERSON, the
Norman and Ariantje CEVELYN, his wife's mother in order to agree with her children
by her lawful husband, deceased; she gives to Maria VIGNE and Christine VIENJE,
both married persons each the sum of 200 guilders as their share of their father's
estate. To Rachel VIENJE and Jan VIENJE both minor children, each the sum of 33
guilders, under the condition that with her future husband, Jan Jansen DAMEN, she
shall be held to keep the said two children in good support, until the come of age, and
that she shall be obliged to clothe and feed them and make them go to school as good
parents are bound to do."

Children of Guillaume Vigne and Adriana Cuveille

Adriana Cuveille

F, b. circa 1590, d. 1655

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Adriana Cuveille was born between 1585 and 1590 at France. She was born circa 1590 at Of, Valenciennes, Nord, France. She was born circa 1590 at Valenciennes, Nord, France. Adriana married Guillaume Vigne, son of Jean de la Vigne, in 1608 at France. A contract for the marriage of Adriana Cuveille and Jan Jansen Damen was signed circa 30-Apr-1632; Prenuptual agreement. Adriana married Jan Jansen Damen, son of Jan Cornelisz Damen and Aaltje Jans, on 7-May-1638; Ariantje married Jan Jansen Damen on May 7, 1638. Damen, sometimes referred to as "Old
Jan," was employed as the church warden and also had a sizable tract of land west of the
Vigne's. This union combined their previously-held properties, giving Adrienne and Jan
ownership of a very large bouwerie. It extended from Pine Street north to Maiden Lane, and
from the East River to the Hudson River. The following is the translation of the prenuptial
agreement by Adrienne and Jan, concerning her children by her deceased husband, Guillaume
Vigne:

"Dirck Volgersen Noorman and Ariaentje Cevelyn, his wife's mother, came before us in
order to enter into an agreement with her children whom she has borne by her lawful
husband Willem Vienje, settling on Maria Vienje and Christina Vienje, both married
persons, on each the sum of two hundred guilders ... and on Resel Vienje and Jan
Vienje, both minor children, also as their portion of their father's estate, on each the
sum of three hundred guilders; with this provision that she and her future lawful
husband, Jan Jansen Damen, shall be bound to bring up the above named two
children until they attain their majority, and be bound to clothe and rear the aforesaid
children, to keep them at school and to give them a good trade, as parents ought to
do." This agreement was dated "the last of April 1632," but was not recorded until 7
May 1638. [New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Volume 1, ed. and trans. by Arnold J. F. Van Laer. Baltimore, 1974, The editor, Van Laer, was of the opinion that the year 1632, given as the date of the document, is probably wrong and should be 1635 or later. The document was certified by William Wyman, blacksmith, and Jan Thomaisen Groen, and witnessed by Jacob Albertsen Planck who arrived in New Amsterdam in 1634 on the "Eendracht."] Adriana Cuveille died in 1655 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. She died circa 1659.
     She was also known as Adrianna Cuvilje. She was also known as Adriana Cuvalje. She was also known as Adrienne Cuvelier. She was also known as Ariantje Cuevillier. She was also known as Ariantje Cuviliers. She and Guillaume Vigne resided at at Leuden, Netherlands, in 1623. Adriana Cuveille immigrated in 1624 to New Netherlands; aboard the "Eendracht." Antenuptual settlement by Adrienne Cuvijle on her children by her deceased husband Gulluame Vigne. "Dirck Volgersen Noorman and Arianetje Cevelyn, his wifes's mother, cam before us in order to enter into an agreement with her children whom she has borne by her lawful husban Willem Vienje, settling on Maria Vienje and Christina Vienje both married persons, on each the sum of two hundred guilders..and on Resel Vienje and Jan Vienje, both minor children, alsto as their portion of their father's estate, on each the sum of three hundred quilders; with this provision that she and her future lawful husband Jan Jansen Damen, shall...be bound to bring up the above named two children until they attain their magority...and be bound to clothe and rear the aforesaid children...to keep them at school and to give them a good trade, as parents ought to." This agreement dated "the last of April 1632," but was not recorded until May 7 1638. The editor Van laer, was of the opinion that "the year 1632, given as the date of the document, is probably wring and should be 1635 or later.

Children of Adriana Cuveille and Guillaume Vigne

Maritie Pieters

F

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Maritie married Pieter Janse Haring, son of Jan Haring.

Child of Maritie Pieters and Pieter Janse Haring

Elbert Haring

M, b. 3 Mar 1706
Elbert Haring|b. 3 Mar 1706|p87.htm#i35928|Pieter Jansen Haring|b. 13 Aug 1664\nd. after 1726|p38.htm#i18495|Grietje Bogert|b. circa 1666|p38.htm#i18496|Jan P. Haring|b. 18 Dec 1633\nd. 7 Dec 1683|p40.htm#i19101|Grietje Cozyns|b. 2 May 1641\nd. 1733|p40.htm#i19103|Jan L. Bogaert|b. 1630|p40.htm#i19112|Cornelia Everts|b. circa 1629\nd. after 1707|p53.htm#i21197|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Elbert Haring was born on 3-Mar-1706. He was the son of Pieter Jansen Haring and Grietje Bogert. Elbert Haring was baptized on 31-Mar-1706 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Elbert married Catherine Lent on 14-Dec-1726 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Elbert married Elizabeth Bogaert, daughter of Claes Janzen Bogaert and Margaret Coneilyea Van Tilburg, on 17-Sep-1732 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York.
     Elbert Haring was also known as Egbert Haring. He was also known as Elbert Herring.

Hartman Michilsen Vreeland

M, b. 15 Oct 1651, d. 18 Jan 1707
Hartman Michilsen Vreeland|b. 15 Oct 1651\nd. 18 Jan 1707|p87.htm#i37496|Michael Jansen Vreeland|b. 1610\nd. 1663|p87.htm#i37498|Fitje Hartmans Wessels|b. 1611\nd. 21 Sep 1697|p87.htm#i37499|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Hartman Michilsen Vreeland was born in 1651. He was baptized on 15-Oct-1651 at Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He was the son of Michael Jansen Vreeland and Fitje Hartmans Wessels. Hartman married Maritje Braecke, daughter of Dirck Claase Braecke and Echtje Jacobs, in 1672 at Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey. Hartman Michilsen Vreeland died on 18-Jan-1707 at age 55. Hartman was buried after 18-Jan-1707 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey; the 118th person to be buried with the pall.
     He was also known as Hartman Vreeland. He and Maritje Braecke resided at at Rechpokus after 1672. Hartman Michilsen Vreeland a member of the Church at Bergen at Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey, 2-Oct-1682. The Inventory of Hartman Michilsen Vreeland was taken made by his son Claes Martmanson Vreeland in the amount of L 103:12:6 on 16-Jun-1724 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey.

Child of Hartman Michilsen Vreeland and Maritje Braecke

Maritje Braecke

F, b. 6 Oct 1652
Maritje Braecke|b. 6 Oct 1652|p87.htm#i37497|Dirck Claase Braecke||p166.htm#i100728|Echtje Jacobs||p166.htm#i100730|||||||||||||
      Maritje Braecke was born on 6-Oct-1652. She was the daughter of Dirck Claase Braecke and Echtje Jacobs. Maritje married Hartman Michilsen Vreeland, son of Michael Jansen Vreeland and Fitje Hartmans Wessels, in 1672 at Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey.
     Maritje Braecke was also known as Maritje Braecke. She and Hartman Michilsen Vreeland resided at at Rechpokus after 1672.

Child of Maritje Braecke and Hartman Michilsen Vreeland

Michael Jansen Vreeland

M, b. 1610, d. 1663

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Michael Jansen Vreeland was born in 1610 at Of, Scrabberkercke, Netherlands. Michael married Fitje Hartmans Wessels circa 1642. Michael Jansen Vreeland died in 1663 at Bayonne, Hudson County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Michael Jansen Vreelandt. On circa 1638 He had originally been engaged by the patron Kiliaen van Rensselaer as a farm hand. Before leaving Amsterdam he altered his contract and agreed to go as a farmer.
He immigrated on 4-Aug-1638 to New Amsterdam, New York County, New York; aboard the ship Het Wapen van Noorwegen sailed from Texel. On between 1640 and 1646 he leased from van Rensselaer the farm called "den Hogen Berch." The rent of the farm was four hundred guilders annually. About one hundred and sixty dollars.
On 30-May-1640 in a letter to Arent van Curler, the Patron refers to crystal found "in the hill of michiel jansz" and says of him "I think he is one of the most upright farmers in the colony." "He writes most polotely of all."
On 25-Jun-1640 van Rensselaer wrote Michiel regarding th management of the farm and oher matters in the colony. t.
On 16-Jun-1643 The matter of the crystal seems to have aroused considerable interest, as it is mentioned again in a letter fro Arent van Curler to the Patron.
On 29-Sep-1644 Michiel Jansen sued Laruens Cornelissen for the recorvery of 90 guiders due by plaintiff's management, whom the defendant carried from the Colonie (Rennselaerswyck) without consent. Judgement for Plaintiff.
He resided at at Patron's land in 1645; he was assessed "20 schepels wheat, 20 schepels oats and 2 schepels peas," for the Patroon's share of produce. Michael seems to have decided to leave the hill farm as van Curler says that he )Michiel) was "treating with Adrian van der Donck about taking over van der Donck's unexpired bouwerie lease. Michael then showd that he was able to care for himself in business transactionsfor van Curler says "Michiel would first insist, as was right, that he should have nothing to do with former questions and losses, but every thing must be given to him clear>' The discussion occurred at the house of Dominie Megapolensis, the pastor. Michiel did not take over the lease. in 1646.

On 23-Apr-1646 It was natural that any man of energy and ability should look with longing eyes on the fur trade, which the Patroon and the West India Company endevored to maintain as a monopoly. The farm "de Hoogen Berch" was situated on the east side of the river near the present Mill Creek. The lessee who took it ofver after Nichiel relinquished it was Teunis Cornelisz van Vechten, formerly a farm hand of Michiels. He leased it.
Occupationbetween 1638 and 1639was the head farmer for the Patroon

Children of Michael Jansen Vreeland and Fitje Hartmans Wessels

Fitje Hartmans Wessels

F, b. 1611, d. 21 Sep 1697

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Fitje Hartmans Wessels was born in 1611 at Cologne, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany. Fitje married Michael Jansen Vreeland circa 1642. Fitje Hartmans Wessels died on 21-Sep-1697 at Bayonne, Hudson County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Fitje Hartmans.

Children of Fitje Hartmans Wessels and Michael Jansen Vreeland

John Johnson

M, b. 1588, d. 30 Sep 1659

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Johnson was born circa 1588 at Wilmington, Kent, England. He was born in 1588 at Herne, England. He was born circa 1590 at England. John married Mary Heath, daughter of William Heath and Agnes Cheney, on 21-Sep-1613 at Ware, Hertfordshire, England. John married Margery (Unknown) before 1633. John married Grace Negus, daughter of (Unknown) Negus, before May-1656. John Johnson died on 30-Sep-1659 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. John was buried on 1-Oct-1659 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
     He immigrated in 1630 to Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; he came from Herne, Kent, England with the Winthrop Fleet. He served on the Coroner's Jury on 28-Sep-1630. He held the position of a constable on 19-Oct-1630 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. On 18-May-1631 John Johnson was listed as a freeman at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He served on a committee to view ground and set bounds for Charlestown and Newton on 7-Nov-1632. He served on a committee to put a cart bridge over Muddy River on 6-Aug-1633. He held the position of Deputy for Roxbury to the General Court between 1634 and 1657. On 1-Apr-1634 He paid 20s. toward the building of the seafort.
He was admitted to the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1638. On 1-Dec-1640 He took in a servant, Samuel Hefford, for three years.
In the earliest list of Roxbury inhabitants, about 1642, John Johnson's valuation of £15 12s nad £6 8s. with six goats and four kids, was one of the highest in the town. He was assigned the duty of distributing the gunpoweder to the major towns in the colony "taking into serious considerations the present danger of each plantation by the desperate plots and conspiracies of the heathen" on 8-Sep-1642. He held the position of Surveyor General of Arms and Ammunition on 8-Sep-1642. On 7-Mar-1643/44 Richard Davenport, Captain of the Fort of the Massachusetts at Castle Island, was instructed to demand at any time from John Johnson, surveyor general, for every soldier on suffiecient musket, sword, rest, and pair of bandiliers with tow fathom of match for each musket.
On Mar-1645 A great tragedfy to the Johnson family as well as the town of Roxbury occured when John Johnson's house, with a substantial supply fo the colony's gunpowder therein, caught fire and burned.
He served on a committee to settle impotent aged persons or vagrants on 14-May-1645. On 14-May-1645 John Johnson was granted £40 "for his service done to the country diverse years past."
He petitioned with others for the land formerly granted them between Dedham, Watertown, and Sudbury; Johnson was to receive four hundred and thirty six acres on 7-Oct-1646. He served on a committe to purchase lands for the Indians "to live in an orderly way amongst us." on 4-Nov-1646. He served on a committee to review colony defenses on 26-May-1647. He held the position of arbiter in Saltonstall vs. Watertown on 27-Oct-1647. John Johnson and others were to receive lands formerly granted between Andover and Redding "in the place whereabouts the bridge should be built" on 18-Oct-1648. He held the position of paymaster for the building of Boston prision on 17-Oct-1649. He sold one hundred acres to Richard Parker on 24-May-1650. John Johnson received land in Roxbury from Thomas and Dorothy Hawley on 22-Jun-1652. On 20-Jul-1652 He signed a report of the committee concerning the rebuilding of the castle and batteries on Castle Island.
In the Roxbury land inventory in the early 1650's John Johnson held thirteen parcels, six fo which had been granted to him by the town: "his house, barn and house lot on the back side of his orchard, together with liberty to enclose the swamp and brook," eight acres, three acres of marsh; twenty acres of mowing ground; ten acres fo woodland; four acres by Rocky Swamp; one hundred and ten acres and one quarter in the last division, first and third allotments; fifty-one and a half acres in the thousand acres near Deaham, bought of Edward Porter and John Pettit; six acres bought of John Morgan; sixteen acrecs and a half bought fo Richard Goad; and acre and a quarter lately the land of Thomas Lamb; three acres of woodland lately the land of John Stebbins; four acres of fresh meadow "lately bought of John Parepoynt"; and thirteen acres and twenty rods of land, wood and pasture bought of Thomas Gardner. He John Johnson and Eleazer Fawer were instructed by the General Court to divide the estate of Banabas Fawer equally so that Johnson's third wife Grace (Negus) Fawer, and her son Eleaze Fawer received half each in May-1656. "Mr. John Johnson having been long serviceable to the country in the place of surveyor general, for which he hath never had any satisfaction, which this Court considering of, think meet to grant him three hundered acres in any place where he can find it." Within the year, Johnson sold this land to Mr. William Parks. on 6-May-1657. He served on a committee to properly supply ministers on 6-May-1657.
John's left a will on 29-Sep-1659 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

"John Johnson of Roxbury" bequeathed to "my beloved wife" my dwelling house and certain lands "I have already given" during her natural life according to a deed, also £60 for her household furniture "which house and lands, after my wife's decease, I give unto my five children to be equally divided, my eldest son having a double portion"; to "my two grandchildren who lived with me, Elizabeth Johnson and Mehitable Johnson" £5 each; to "my sons Isaak Johnson and Robert Pepper" confirm the parcel of lands of fifty-five acres in the third division "I have formerly given" them; residue to "my five children equally divided, my eldest son having a double portion"; sons Isaac Johnson and
robert Pepper executors; "my dear brethren Elder Heath and Deacon Park" overseeers; "If my chlidren should disagree in anything I do order them to choose one man more to these my overseers, and stand to their determination."

The inventory of "John Johnson late of Roxbury" was presented October 15, 1659 and totalled £623 1s 6d, of which more than £350 was real estate:"20 acres of meadow," £80; "the house and and land about it," £190; "one lot near Stoney River let to John Peairepoint for four years," £40; "in the Great Lots on pasture of about 20 acres," £40; and "about ten acres of land near the Great Lots and twelve acres bought of Thomas Garner," £(blot). Among the many domestic luxuries in this inventory wer a comsiderable number of linens, cushions, rugs and blankets. His personal military accoutrements included "two fowling pieces and on cutlass, £2."

Children of John Johnson and Mary Heath

Thomas Mowry

M

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Virginia Ailene Swift.
     Thomas married Elizabeth (Unknown).

Child of Thomas Mowry and Elizabeth (Unknown)

John Mowry

M, b. circa 1645
John Mowry|b. circa 1645|p87.htm#i37504|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-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Virginia Ailene Swift.
      John Mowry was born circa 1645. He was the son of Roger Mowry and Mary Johnson. John married Mary (Unknown) circa 1674.
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