Descendants of Brisse Monfort


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1. Brisse Monfort,1,2,3 son of \\ Monfort, was born before 1560 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),2 died about 5 Oct 1623 in France,4 and was buried about 5 Oct 1623 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France).4,5 Other names for Brisse were Brixe Môfort,6 Brise Montfort 4. and5

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

"Brisse is a variant of Brice, from St. Brice, Bishop of Tours c.400 A.D. (Antoine Audebert, Dictionnarie Analtiqye des Pre'noms [Paris, 1956], 49-50). In the French records the surname is spelled Monfort, the spelling eventually used by most American Descendants."

- Macy

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[Source: Barbara Adams Whiteside, 3 October 2013]

Ms. Whiteside sent a spreadsheet (source unknown) to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., that was entitled 'VALENCIENNES : table des Sépultures avant 1700" which translates to 'table of burials before 1700'.

This spreadsheet included a burial date (possibly death date) for Brise Montfort, Pasquier Montfort, and two children of Pasquier. There was no listing for the wife or wives using the Montfort names. This Pasquier was probably a brother or a son of Brise Montfort.

-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 3 October 2013

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[Source: Extract from a posting on the Facebook page, "Dutch Cousins in Kentucky", from Mary Hunter Linneman, 12 March 2014]

I accessed a French database yesterday and found more information about our Monfort's.
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DEATHS in Valenciennes
Commune: Valenciennes
Code INSEE: 59606
Département: Nord
Code département: 59
Défunt:
Nom: MÔFORT <~~ NOTICE how the name is spelled!!
Date de l'acte: 03/06/1593 <~~ [death or burial date]
[3 June 1593]
Sexe :
Age :
Commentaire: l'enf. Brisse <~~ [child of Brisse]
Parents:
Nom du père:
Nom de la mère:
Références:
Commentaire général: Le prénom du défunt/défunte étant accolé à des renseignements complémentaires il a été mis pour plus de lisibilité dans une rubrique autre que celle prévue
[Translation: The name of the deceased / dead being attached to additional information has been for readability within a heading other than that provided.]
Libre [Book]: Paroisse St. Nicolas <~~ [St. Nicholas Parish]
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Commune: Valenciennes
Code INSEE: 59606
Département: Nord
Code département: 59
Défunt:
Nom: MÔFORT <~~ NOTICE how the name is spelled!!
Date de l'acte: 21/09/1624 <~~ [Death or burial date]
[21 Sept. 1624]
Sexe:
Age:
Commentaire: Magdalene, vefve Brixe [Brisse] <~~ L@@K!! This says she was the WIDOW of Brisse!
Parents:
Nom du père:
Nom de la mère:
Références:
Commentaire général: Le prénom du défunt/défunte étant accolé à des renseignements complémentaires il a été mis pour plus de lisibilité dans une rubrique autre que celle prévue
[Translation: same as above]
Libre [Book]: Paroisse St. Nicolas St. Nicholas Parish]
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According to this information then, apparently BRISSE may have been married twice: first to Francoise P.----- [for whom Barbara is trying to decipher her surname] and secondly, to this Magdalen!
— feeling confused.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Between 1607 and 1613, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France). 2

Brisse married Francoise Dirqual (possibly - name is difficult to read). Another name for Francoise is \.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

"[Brisse]...had by an unnamed wife several children baptized or buried at St. Nicolas Roman Catholic Church, Valenciennes. The parish records do not list the burials of Brisse or his wife; they may have died between 1607 and 1613 when there is a gap in the burial register...

5 Nicolas Roman Catholic Church, Valenciennes, Baptisms
1567-88, 1591-98, FHL1217686, item 7 (all read 'l'enfant Brisse
Monfort,' no mother named); ibid., Burials 1585-1607, FHL
1175973, Item 8. None of these registers is paginated."

- Macy

Children from this marriage were:

   2 M    i. Pierre Monfort 3 was born before 30 Jan 1580 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France) and was baptized on 30 Jan 1580 in St, Nicolas Church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. it became part of the département du Nord, France).1,3

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

"Probably the Pierre Monfort who was sponsor for his nephew Pierre in 1616, but he does not appear as the father of any children baptized in Valenciennes." - Macy

"[His christening] sponsors [were] Pierre Veisan, Fransoise Perquot." - Macy

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[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 14 March 2014]

This Pierre Monfort may be the father of Jean Monfort, who with Marguerite Courveur, baptised a daughter, Bone, in 1629 in Valenciennes. He may also be the father or grandfather of Christofle (m. Valentine Joseph) and Antoine Monfort (m. Catherine Joseph) both of whom had children baptised in Valenciennes between1642 and 1647. Mary Hunter Linneman -- and I agree with her -- that Valentine and Catherine Joseph were sisters and their respective husbands, Christofle and Antoine Monfort, were brothers. I believe this is a likely scenario but do not have any proof to back it up.

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The following is from a discussion on Barbara Adam Whiteside's Facebook forum, 'Dutch Cousins in Kentucky" with Mary Hunter Linneman. This discussion, and the information provided by Ms. Linneman and Ms. Whiteside, led me to conclude that Pierre Monfort is the likely father of Jean. Christofle and Antoine Monfort:

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Post started by Mary Hunter Linneman:

Barbara Adams Whiteside and John-Pierre M. Hannam :

OK--I've spent some more credits and have the following information:

MONFORT Antoine bp. 13/Nov./1642
Father: Christofle
Mother: Valentine Joseph <~~
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MONFORT Barbe bp. 24/Dec./1644
F: Pasquier
M: Catherine Joseph <~~
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MONFORT Antoine bp. 17/Jan./1647
F: Pasquier
M: Catherine Joseph <~~
Based on the above information, I would say that CHRISTOFLE (Christopher) and PASQUIER were very likely brothers and that they also married sisters, VALENTINE and CATHERINE JOSEPH.
As neither of their births are recorded in the Valenciennes records I've been searching, they obviously were: 1.) not born in Valenciennes and/or 2.) not married in Valenciennes.
Th-th-that's all, Folks!



John-Pierre M. Hannam Thank you, Mary. This is great! Now we know Pasquier was definitely a male. In case you didn't know this already, Pasquier buried two children on 4 December and 13 December 1654 respectively (based on the Burials spreadsheet). However, they were both listed as ''l'enfant Pasquier". Does 'l'enfant' mean baby as opposed to young son or daughter? If so, he had at least four children. If not, then we know when Barbe and Antoine were buried. Christofle is a new name, Your theory about the two brothers and two sisters makes perfect sense. They would be too young to be children of Brisse but may very well have been his grandsons, possibly chidren of his son Pierre. Thanks again for the new information!!!!


Barbara Adams Whiteside my old high school French makes me recall....l'enfant meaning infant.


Mary Hunter Linneman Oui, Barbara Adams Whiteside ! "L'enfant" can be construed as "child", which I believe is the case here. But the term "bébé"--literally baby--could be applied also.


John-Pierre M. Hannam That's what I thought. So that means Pasquier had at least four children, two of whom died in December 1654. That must have been one heck of Christmas! Also, I'll bet he and Christofle are brothers or sons of Jean Monfort (m. Margaret Couvreur) and I'll bet they're sons or grandsons of Brisse's son, Pierre.


John-Pierre M. Hannam Mary: Were these new baptisms also from St. Nicolas in Valenciennes?


Mary Hunter Linneman PART ONE: I have worked out a possible scenario for BRISSE: He married first to Françoise [Pasquier?] and had Pierre b. 1580 and Jean/Jan b. 1583. Brisse and Françoise may have also had another child, name unknown, and then both the child and Françoise died. With young children left to raise, Brisse then married for a second time to Magdalene [Maiden Name Unknown] who had the Jacqueline, born and died in 1593, and another son, born and died in 1599. Brisse himself died in October 1623 and was buried 5 Oct. 1623 in Valenciennes. Magdalene MNU Monfort then died in Sept. 1624 <~~ NOT 1629~~ and was buried 21 Sept. 1624, also in Valenciennes. What do you all think?


Mary Hunter Linneman Yes, the baptisms are from St. Nicolas Parish, Jake!


Mary Hunter Linneman PART TWO: ~~Remember, I'm simply speculating out loud here: By the time of Brisse and Magdalene's deaths, both Pierre and Jean were married with children of their own. So, with the death of his parents, Jean/Jan decided to take the plunge and go to Nieuw Amsterdam with his family. After working off his indenture, Jean/Jan and family returned to the Netherlands, possibly for some business relating to his brother Pierre [his death, perhaps?], which makes me believe that finding a wife for his son Pierre/Pieter was just co-incidental to their return. Once back in the Netherlands, possibly Jean/Jan was forced to stay and work to earn enough money for passage BACK to Nieuw Amsterdam while at the same time taking care of the details of Pierre's estate. Pierre/Pieter in the meantime married Sara Deplancque in 1636. With whatever details concerning family business finally taken care of between 1636-1639, the entire Monfort clan once again headed to the New World. What say you?


John-Pierre M. Hannam Part One pretty much concurs with my theory I posted here earlier. Also, don't forget Brisse had one other child who was buried 31 Jul 1592. This was according to a Parish record found by Macy and quoted by Daniel Schillinger. I only have one page of the spreadsheet so I can't confirm that. I have the part with Montfort but not the part that probably includes Monfort.


John-Pierre M. Hannam Part Two makes perfect sense too. Jean went first to NA in 1624 (25 January 1624 according to Macy) so that fits perfectly with the October 1623 death of Brisse. He would have no real obligation to his stepmother, Magdalene, who died later that year (September 1624). Perhaps Pierre was left with the obligation of caring for her? The part about him coming back makes sense too. In fact (my speculation), he may have come back to make arrangements for Pierre's presumed young kids (e.g., Jean, Christofle, and Pasquier). My guess is that the period 1630 - 1639 was long enough for them to reach maturity. Jean had a child in 1642 and Pasquier and Christofle a few years after that as you've found in the Valenciennes records. It all fits!!


Mary Hunter Linneman I suspect, Jake, that as the eldest son, Pierre would have had the obligation to take care of his step-mother until her death. After she died, then Pierre may have been the one to settle HER estate and whatever was left of Brisse's. And in the meantime, of course, Pierre and whoever his wife was were having children of their own.

+ 3 M    ii. Jan Monfoort 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 was born before 11 Oct 1583 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France), was baptized on 11 Oct 1583 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),2,3,15 and died after 1639 in Nieuw Amsterdam (Ltr Manhatten, New York City, NY).16

   4 U    iii. Child Monfort 17 was born before 31 Jul 1592, died about Jul 1592, and was buried on 31 Jul 1592 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France).15

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

". . . probably bap. 1588-91 during gap in register. . . "

- Macy

". . . buried 31 July 1592 as 'l'enfant [de] Brisse Monfort.'"

- Macy

   5 F    iv. Jacqline Monfort 3 was born before 27 May 1593 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France), was baptized on 27 May 1593 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),3,15 died about 3 Jun 1593 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),6 and was buried on 3 Jun 1593 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France).6 Another name for Jacqline was Jacq[ue]line Monfort.

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

"[Her] sponsors [were] Josse du Bois, Jacqline Cornu; further record not found." - Macy

   6 M    v. Son Monfort was born before 9 Jul 1599, died about 9 Jul 1599, and was buried on 9 Jul 1599 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France).1

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

"v. son, no bap. found, buried 3 July 1599 as 'le fils [de] Brisse Monfort.'"

- Macy

Brisse next married Magdalene.6 Magdalene died before 21 Sep 1624 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France)6 and was buried about 21 Sep 1624 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France).6

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3. Jan Monfoort 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 was born before 11 Oct 1583 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France), was baptized on 11 Oct 1583 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),2,3,15 and died after 1639 in Nieuw Amsterdam (Ltr Manhatten, New York City, NY).16 Other names for Jan were Jean Monfort,3 Jean or Jan Montfoort,7,8,18 Jean or Jan Montfort 19,20,21., and22

General Notes:

From: BruceW22
To: jhannam@ibm.net <jhannam@ibm.net~
Date: Sunday, March 15,1998 11:52PM
Subject: Re: Monfoort

In a message dated 3/14/98 11:29:25 AM, you wrote:

Hello, I found your name on Rootsweb while looking for the Monfoort name. Would you be willing to share your information on Monfoort and any ancestors/descendants? I would be glad to reciprocate.

I have information dating back to Jean Monfoort in the late 1500s.

John-Pierre,

Here is what I have on the Monfoort family:

Name: Pieter Monfoort

Birth: 1616 Valenciennes, France1
Death: 4 Jan 1661 Wallabout, Long Island, NY2
Father: Jean Monfoor
Mother: Jaquemine Moreau

Research
Pierre (in Dutch, Pieter) had left Amsterdam for New Netherland with his parents, Jean/Jan and Jacquemine Monfort, 25 Jan 1624 aboard the "Eendracht", the first vessel to bring settlers to the colony. "Johan Monfoort" was still in New Netherland in 1630, but the family returned to Amsterdam before 1636. Three years after Pieter and Sara's marriage they all set out again, as the Walloon Church register of "Attestations" shows on 16 Mar 1639:

Jean Monfort et Jacquemine Moreau Pierre Monfort et Sara de Plancq pour Virginia

They were in New Netherlands by 17 Sep 1639. Jan Monfoort was with them, and was probably the brother of Pieter, although this is an assumption.

The first reference to Pieter on the colonial records is on the 15th of Dec, 1639, when he appears to have entered into contract with Pieter Caesar Alburtus, an Italian, to make a plantation and build a house. This was probably at the Wallabout, and prior to the date of the patents obtained by both of the contracting parties in that locality, in advance of which, plantations appear to have been selected, improved, and occupied.

May 29,1641, Pieter Monfoort obtained a patent for land at the Wallabout, between the plantations of Jan Monfoort and Pieter Ceser Alberto, "in breadth 300 paces, with the same breadth straight into the woods". On the 17th of Aug., 1643, Pieter Monfoort obtained another patent for the same premises, in which they are more particularly described as "a piece of land for a Tobacco plantation, lying on Long Island in the bend of Meyrechkawick, bounded by Jan Monfoort on the east, and Pieter Italiaen on the west, extending along the marsh into the woods 70 rods, and 220 rods along the land of Jan Monfoort, to the woods 70 rods, again the the marsh in a northerly course 227 rods along the land of Pieter Italiaen, amounting to 25 morgen and 8 rods." May 1,1647, in addition to the above land, he was granted 406 rods, provided it did not interfere with other grants.

May 29, 1641, a patent was granted to Jan Monfoort for land on Long Island next to Rinnegakonc and adjoining the premises of Pieter Monfoort, for which he also obtained, in 1643, another patent, in which the premises are more particularly described, and said to contain 28 morgen; and May 1,1647, a patent was granted for an additional 190 rods.

In addition to lands on Long Island, Jan Monfoort obtained, Mar 16,1647, a patent for a lot on Man hatten Island, on the north-east side of the Graft; and Pieter Monfoort obtained on the same date a patent for a lot on said Island on the north-east side of the Graft. June 28,1654, they both obtained patents for lots on the Sheeps pasture on said Island.

Jan Monfoort married Geertie Pieterse Luyster, and in 1677 he and his wife were members of the reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn. He died prior to April 1701, his plantation on that date being sold by the children of his son Pieter to Garret Cowenhoven.

The late Pieter Monfoort's plantation, in 1701, was in the possession of the widow of Martin Ryerse, and that of Pieter Caesar Alberto in Jan Damen.

Pieter was magistrate of Brooklyn in 1658 and Deacon in the church at the time of his death.

Marriage: 23 Mar 1636 Walloon Church, Amsterdam, Holland3

Spouse: Sara De Planck

Birth: ca 1615 Amsterdam, Netherlands3
Death: ca Jul 1644 Wallabout, Long Island, NY1
Father: Jacques Des Plancq (ca 1576-<1617)
Mother: Sara Fauconier (ca 1579-)
Other spouses: Lambert Janszen Bosch

Children
1 F: Jannetje Pieterse Monfoort

Birth: May 1646 Wallabout Bay, NY3
Death: 1723 Monmouth, NJ1

Spouse: William Gerretse Couwenhoven
Marriage: 12 Feb 1665 Flatlands, NY2, 1

2 M: Jan Pieterse Monfoort

Birth: Feb 1648 Flatlands, NY4
Death: 1737 Hempstead, NY2, 1

Spouse: Ida Joris Brinkerhoff
Marriage: 17 May 16872

Spouse: Geertje Pieters

3 M: Pieter Pieterse Monfoort

Birth: Jul 1652 Flatlands, NY4
Death: Flatlands, NY1

Spouse: Marretje Pieterse Luyster
Marriage: ca 16763

4 F: Sara Pieterse Monfoort

Birth: ca 1656 Flatlands, NY4
Death: 31 Dec 1704 Flatlands, NY5

Spouse: Claes Pieterse (Wyckoff)
Marriage: ca 1672 Flatlands, NY5,1

Sources
1. LDS Ancestor file, Oakland
2. "The Monfoort Family", by Teunis G. Bergen, from "Genealogies of Long Island Families", by the NYGBR.
3. "Sara (De Planck) Monfort", by Harry Macy, Jr, NYGBR, Vol 122, #3, Jul 1991
4. LDS IGI File.
5. The Wyckoff Family in America, Descendents of Nicholas Wyckoff, 1980.

Regards,

Bruce Woodworth
3/16/98
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[Source: An email from Susan Richardson (suebob@netdex.com), dated 7 April 1998, found on The Friesland Guestbook]

"..... Hello, I just found out this week that my Monfort ancestors descended from a long line of Huguenot, Walloon and Friesland families. The earliest Monforts were French Huguenots that immigrated to Friesland, Holland in 1572. The name became Monfoort there. The earliest we know of is Jan Monfoort who married Jacqueline Moreau. Their son, Pieter Monfoort married Sarah de Plancken and immigrated to New Amsterdam (now New York City) in 1624 and helped found the city ...."

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These are the Dutch spellings of his names, except for MONFOOR, which is found in a 13 Jan 1636 entry of the register of the Walloon Reformed church of Amsterdam.

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[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

"[His christening] sponsors [were] Jean de Holamo, Anthonette Cipet."

- Macy

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[Source: Ancestry of Ralph J. Turner, Ralph J. Turner, 14320 SW Rock Creek Road, Sheridan, Oregon 97378, 504 843 3629, http://rockcreekexperiment.com/findex.htm, 14 Aug 2005]

Twelfth Generation

Jean* MONTFORT was born before 11 Oct 1583 in Holland, Netherlands. He was baptized on 11 Oct 1583 in Valenciennes, Nord, France. He was [a member of the] Walloon Church, on 28 Nov 1617 in Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands. Dismissed from the church on 25 Jan 1624 to the West Indies. He died in 1639 in New Netherlands. Emigrated on 25 Jan 1624 from Amsterdam headed for the West Indies. Jean* MONTFORT and Jacqueline* MOREAU were married in 1612/13 in Valenciennes, Nord, France.

Jacqueline* MOREAU was baptized on 31 Dec 1578 in Valenciennes, Nord, France.She died about 1639 in New Netherlands. Emigrated with her husband on 25 Jan 1624 from Amsterdam to the West Indies

Children were:
i. Pieter* Jan MONTFORT.
ii.Jan Janse MONTFORT was born in 1614 in , Holland, Netherlands.

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[Source: Maddie's Ancestor Search, 2 February 2011, http://maddiesancestorsearch.blogspot.com/2011/02/de-eendracht-concord-ship-passenger.html]

Maddie's Ancestor Search
Genealogy Research and History

Ship De Eendracht (The Concord) Passenger List 1624
Ship De Eendracht (The Concord) sailed from Amsterdam on January 25, 1624. On board were the following persons:

Joris Rapalje and Catalina Trico were married in Amsterdam on January 21, 1624 and, from her depositions, it is noted that they sailed on this ship.

Jean Monfort and his wife Jacqueline Moreau and their son Pierre (and any other children still living) also sailed on the Eendracht. [Source: Attestation from Amsterdam's Walloon Church on January 23 "pour le West Indes" as outlined in 375th Anniversary of the Eendracht and Nieuw Nederland by Harry Macy, Jr., F.A.S.G., F.G.B.S. Originally published in The NYG&B Newsletter, Winter 1999]

Ghislain and Adrienne (Cuvellier) Vigne and their children Marie, Christine, and Rachel were on either Niew Nederland or De Eendracht, as their son Jan would be the first male child born in the new colony. [Source: 375th Anniversary of the Eendracht and Nieuw Nederland by Harry Macy, Jr., F.A.S.G., F.G.B.S. Originally published in The NYG&B Newsletter, Winter 1999]

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The following is probably a reference to this Jan Monfoort but it could also be to his presumed son, Jan.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 15 February 2014

[Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s]

Name: Jan Monfoort
Year:
1630
Place:
New York, New York
Source Publication Code:
505.40
Primary Immigrant:
Monfoort, Jan
Annotation:
Date and port of arrival or date and place of oath of allegiance. Other genealogical and historical information are also provided.
Source Bibliography:
BERGEN, TEUNIS G. Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, New York, from its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700; With Contributions to Their Biographies and Genealogies, Compiled from Various Sources. Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Co., Inc., 1997. 452p.
Page:
210

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[Source: Facebook posting, Mary Hunter Linneman, 27 February 2014]

Name: Jan Montfoort

**Year: 1624**

Place: New York, New York

Family Members: Wife Jacqueline Moreau; Son Pieter; **Daughter-In-Law Sara Deplacque**

Primary Immigrant: Montfoort, Jacqueline Moreau

Annotation: Date of arrival with intended destination. Occupation, name of ship and other information provided.

Source:

King, Carol Tyler, "Our Second Boat Ship List. In Second Boat" in Downeast Ancestry, (Machias, ME), vol. 16:4 (Fall 1996), p. 15.

**WHOA! IF this source says 1624 and is saying Pieter and Sara were ALREADY married by that time, we may need some serious revision to our family time table!

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Jean Monfoort was a French Huguenot, came from Holland

• Baptism: 11 Nov 1563, St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France). 3 "Jean Monfort' was baptized as the son of Brisse Monfort (mother's name not given).

• Fact 2: Abt 1639. 10 arr fr Amsterdam w/wife, son and family

• Fact 3: 23 Worker, living in Englespadt

• Fact 4: 24 Known in Holland as Jean Montfoort

• Fact 5: 25 Jan and Jacqueline possibly had a son, Daniel Monfor

• Fact 6: 25 Daniel Monfor was baptised in Amsterdam, Holland either 18 Dec 1614 or 1619

• Occupation: France. Lacemaker

• Alt. Death: Between 1619 and 1679. 7,8,9

• Alt. Death: After 1647. 7,8,10 to 1654 Flushing, Long Island

Jan married Jacqueline Moreau,2,10,11,12,18,21,22 daughter of Phillipe \\ 26 and \\, in 1612 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France). Jacqueline was born before 31 Dec 1578 in France,27 was baptized on 31 Dec 1578 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),27 and died after 1639 in Nieuw Amsterdam (Ltr Manhatten, New York City, NY).16 Other names for Jacqueline were Jacqueline Monseau, Jacqline Moreau,3 Jacquemine Moreau 18,21,22,28., and29

Marriage Notes:

The following article on this family gives "... the name of Pieter's grandfather, more information about France and the fact that Pieter and his parents, Jan and Jacqueline (Moreau) Monfoort came to New Amsterdam in 1624 with the founders of the colony. Later, they went back and Pieter m. in New Amsterdam 1636 and then returned to New York."

- Annie's E-mail

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"NEW LIGHT ON THE ORIGIN OF THE MONFORT FAMILY

BY HARRY MACY, JR., F.A.S.G., F.G.B.S.*

Next year [1999] will mark the 375th anniversary of the arrival in New Netherland in March or April 1624 of the Eendracht, bringing to the colony the first permanent European settlers, most of them French-speaking Walloons from what is now Belgium and northern France.

In a well-documented article published twenty-six years ago, George O. Zabriskie identified several of these settlers, among them Jean and Jacqueline (Moreau) Monfort and their son Pierre, also called in Dutch records Jan, Jaquemine, and Pieter Monfoort.[1]

It was already known that the Monforts came from Valenciennes, and now the baptisms of both Jean and Pierre have been found in the Catholic parish registers of that city. Pierre Monfort was baptized at Valenciennes in January 1616. His father Jean was received as a member of the Walloon Reformed Church in Amsterdam in November 1617, so the Monforts left their native city sometime between these dates. Valenciennes has been known since the 15th century for its lace industry, and an Amsterdam record (quoted below) shows that Jean Monfort was a laceworker.

This family was Protestant from the time they arrived in Amsterdam, but in the early 17th century they could not have openly expressed that choice in Valenciennes. While the city is now in France (in the departement du Nord), in this period it was part of Hainaut in the southern Netherlands, under the rule of Spain. For a brief period in the mid-16th century the Reformation had created many converts to 'the new religion' in Valenciennes, until the Spanish reasserted their authority and forced Protestants to convert back to Catholicism or leave. Families like the Monforts may have secretly continued to be Protestant, but publicly attended the Catholic church.

Between 1609 and 1621 there was the Twelve Years' Truce between Spain and the Protestant-dominated United Provinces (the country we now know as the Netherlands, which was fighting to establish its independence from Spain). It appears that during this period the opportunity arose for the Monfort family to flee north from Valenciennes.[2]

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*300 East 33rd St., New York NY 10016. See the author's previous article, 'Sara (De Planck] Monfort,' REC. 122:143-49, especially p. 143 note 1 for a list of earlier published accounts of the family.

1George O. Zabriskie, 'The Founding Families of New Netherland, No. 4 - The Rapalje-Rapelje Family,' De Halve Maen 46:4:7-8,16; 47:1: 11-13; 47:2:11-14 (1972); the Monfort references are at 46:4:8, 47:1:11
2 'During the twelve-year truce between the Spanish and Dutch, 1609-21, opportunity was given to persons who left the country [the south] to return and settle their affairs, to regain and sell their properties.' (Church Records of the Netherlands - Walloon or French Reformed, Genealogical Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Research Paper Series C, no. 23 [1973], unpaginated). From the evidence it is clear that the truce also allowed more persons to leave the south for the north.

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1998] New Light on the Origin of the Monfort Family

No records survive for an early Protestant church in Valendennes. For the Catholic parish registers of the city there is a consolidated index,[3] and the registers themselves have been filmed. The earliest records, including relevant Monfort entries, are in the parish of St. Nicolas, for which there are baptisms 1567-88 and 1591-; marriages 1625-; and burials 1585-1607, 1613-34, 1637-.

Up to 1616-17 when the Jean Monfort family departed, there are few Monfort entries, suggesting that the family had originated in another place. After 1617 there are more Monforts in the index whose connection to Jean and family is not evident.

Because the marriage register of St. Nicolas begins in 1625, there are no marriages for the generations in which we are interested, but there are baptismal and burial entries. Along with records from Amsterdam, some previously unpublished, they provide the following genealogy. [see database entries for each child]...

Brisse is the only Monfort father in the Valenciennes baptismal index at this period, and he had sons Pierre and Jean, the latter the right age to be the man who later appears in the same register and in New Netherland...

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3 The index is on Family History Library microfilm (hereafter FLH) 217716-217718...

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New Light on the Origin of the Monfort Family[April

As noted below, Jean and Jacqueline had children baptized in Valenciennes in 1613 and 1616. On 28 November 1617, Jehan Monfort was received as a member of the Walloon Reformed Church of Amsterdam.[6] Two years later they had a child baptized in that church.

The family left Amsterdam 25 January 1624 aboard the Eendracht for New Netherland, [7] and 'Johan Monfoort' was still in the colony in 1630.[8] Henry Stoutenburgh related a family tradition that Pieter/Pierre came to New Netherland on the Beaver about 1625, returned to the old country about 1630 to marry, and came back to the colony in about three years on the Love.[9] The ships' names may be fanciful and the dates slightly off, but the Monforts did go back to the Netherlands for at least three years. On 13 January 1636 'Piere Monffort' was received into the Walloon Reformed Church of Amsterdam on confession of faith.[10]... On 16 March 1639 the church gave attestations to 'Jean Monfort et Jaquemine Moreau, Pierre Monfort et Sara de Planq, pour Virginia,' and they were in New Netherland by 17 September.[12] Jean/Jan and Jacqueline/Jaquemine both appear to have died within a few years of their return to the colony...

6 Amsterdam DTB [Doop-, Trouw- en Begrafregisters, see REC. 122: 143 n.2] 46A, unpaginated, FHL 0113405; no membership record found for his wife.

7 Zabriskie, see note 1 above. The Walloon Reformed Church issued attestations 23 Jan. 1624 to "Jehan Monfort & Cathenne [sic] Moreau sa femme, pour le West Inde,' i.e., going to the West Indies
(Amsterdam DTB 508, FHL 0113409).

8 Edmund B. O'Callaghan, History of New Netherland, 1st ed., 2 vols. (1846-48), 1:430

9 Documentary History of the Dutch Congregation of Oyster Bay (1902-07), pp. 346-47.

10 Amsterdam DTB 46B, FHL 0113405; his wife "Sara des plancques" was received on confession of faith 7 Dec. 1636 (ibid.)...

12 Ibid., 122:147.

13 St. Nicolas Roman Catholic Church, Valenciennes, Baptisms 3538-1621, FHL 1175973 item 1.

14 Ibid.

15 For their Further history and children sec REC. 122:147-48, 126: 245.

16 Walloon Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Baptisms 1615-67, FHL 0113397."

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The Hannam GEDCOM also concurs in givng Pierre as a son of Jean MONFORT and Jacqueline MOREAU, but it shows as their first child:

Jan MONFOORT
b.1614 in France or NLD
d. bef Apr 1701 at The Wallabout, Flatlands, NY

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Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: France

• Alt. Marriage: Between 1590 and 1633.

• Alt. Marriage: Between 1612 and 1613. Valenciennes, France

• Alt. Marriage: 1615. Valenciennes, France

• Alt. Marriage: Bef 1616. Valenciennes, Hainaut, NLD (now in de'part. du Nord, France), at St. Nicolas RCC

• Alt. Marriage: Bef 1616. France

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]]

"There are numerous Moreau entries in the Valenciennes church records index, but the only baptism of a Jacqueline is for a daughter of Philippe, 31 December 1578, which would make her five years older than her husband and 35 at the birth of her first baptized child. If she was born in Valenciennes it is more likely that her baptism occurred during the 1588-91 gap in the register."

- Macy

This is the Dutch spelling of her name.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1583, France. 10

• Alt. Birth: 1583. 18,21 Holland

• Alt. Birth: Abt 31 Dec 1583. 26 Valenciennes, France

Children from this marriage were:

   7 U    i. Jenne Monfort 3 was born before 30 Dec 16133 and was baptized on 30 Dec 1613 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France).3

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

In the parish registers, Jenne's parents are listed as "...Jean Monfort and Jacqline Moreau, sponsors Michel Jocquet, Jenne de Lespins.[13] No further record...

13 St. Nicolas Roman Catholic Church, Valenciennes, Baptisms 3538-1621, FHL 1175973 item 1."

- Macy

   8 M    ii. Jan Monfoort 30,31 was born in 1614 in France Or Holland and died before 23 Apr 1701.32 Another name for Jan was Jan Janse Monfoort.

General Notes:

From Bruce Woodworth, 16 March 1998:

Jan Monfoort married Geertie Pieterse Luyster, and in 1677 he and his wife were members of the reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn. He died prior to April 1701, his plantation on that date being sold by the children of his son Pieter to Garret Cowenhoven.

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 210]

Jan, emigrated from the Netherlands at an early period; m. Geertje Pietersen and settled at first in N. A. Dec. 8, 1630, he sold 4 ewes and lambs to the Patroon Van Rensellaer. May 29, 1641, he obtained a patent for a plantation at the Wallabout, to which he removed. In 1677 he and w. mem. of the R. D. ch. of Brn. In 1680 and '81 he appears to have resided in Flh, paying minister's salary there. Apl. 17, 1701, his brother Pieter's children, his heirs at law, sold his Wallabout farm to Gerret Cowenhoven, as per a deed, not recorded, in hands of H. C. Murphy Junr. Left no issue. Signed his name "Jan Monfoort."

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[Source: Teunis G. Bergen, The Bergen family, or, The descendants of Hans Hansen Bergen, one of the early settlers of New York and Brooklyn, L.I., page 25]

On the 16th of June, 1637, Rapalie bought a tract of land of the Indians, "Kakapeyno, and Pewichaas," called " Rinnegakonck," situate " on Long Island, south of the "Island of the Manhattans, extending from a certain Kil" till into the woods south and eastward to a certain" Kripplebush (swamp), to a place where the water runs" over the stones." On the 17th of June, 1643, his Indian purchase was patented to him by the governor, and is described as "a piece of land called Rinnegakonck," formerly purchased by him of the Indians, as will appear" by reference to the transport, lying on Long Island, in " the bend of Mereckkawick3 (now Brooklyn), east of the "land of Jan Monfoort, 4 extending along the said land in "a southerly direction, towards and into the woods ...

3 The bend of Mereckkawick is the same as the Waaleboght cove, and Mereckkawick is the Indian name of Brooklyn.

4 The patent of Jan Monfoort for 28 morgens, was dated May 29, 1641, and a second patent for the same premises, Dec.1, 1643; in which they are described as " betwixt the land of Jorse Rapalje on the east side, and the land of Pieter Monfoort on the west side." April 23, 1701, Peter Monfoort and Maria his wife, John Monfoort and Ida his wife, William Cowenhoven and Jonica his wife, and Claes Wyckoff and Sarah his wife, for £150, as heirs at law, conveyed Jan Monfoort's patent to Garret Cowenhoven, as per a deed in hand of H. C. Murphy, Jr. Jan Monfoort left no issue, the parties conveying being the children of his brother, Pieter Monfoort.

Jan married Geertjie Pieterse Luyster,7,8,33 daughter of Pieter Cornelise Luyster 34 and Aeltien Tyssen, in This Marriage "Supposed" By Bergen. Geertjie was born WFT Est 1644-1670 and died about Jun 1686 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York (Probable)17 about age 42. Other names for Geertjie were Geertien Pieterse Luyster, Geertje Pieterse, and Geertje Pietersen.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 3 Jun 1686. 17,30 "A Jan Monfoort paid for a grave for his wife ... in Flatlands." -- Geertje??

• Fact 2: 33 Geertje and Jan Monfoort were members of the Flatlands church.

+ 9 M    iii. Pieter Monfoort 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,19,20,22,28,29,31,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46 was born before 20 Jan 1616 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),3 was baptized on 20 Jan 1616 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),3 and died on 4 Jan 1661 in Wallabout, Long Island, , New York.10,18,21,22,36,38,47,48,49

   10 M    iv. Daniel Monfor was born about Dec 1619 and was baptized on 18 Dec 1619 in Walloon Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.50

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

Parents are "... Jean Monfor and Jacqueline Monseau (sic), sponsors Daniel du Four, Tousain Omspain?, Susanne Nicola...No further record...

- Macy's Apr 1998 article


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9. Pieter Monfoort 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,19,20,22,28,29,31,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46 was born before 20 Jan 1616 in Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),3 was baptized on 20 Jan 1616 in St. Nicolas church, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France),3 and died on 4 Jan 1661 in Wallabout, Long Island, , New York.10,18,21,22,36,38,47,48,49 Other names for Pieter were Pieter Van Monfoort,7,8,18,19,20,31,35,36,37,38,39,40 Pierre Monfort,3 Pieter Montfoort,7,8,19,20,31,35,36,37,38,39,40,49 Pieter (Van) Montfoort Pierre Monfort, Pierre Montfort,18,22,51 Pieter Montfort 21,22., and49

General Notes:

[Source: de plank from Lisa Pennington.FTW]

Pieter Monfort was the son of a Walloon Huguenot family. They were French-speaking Belgians. Pieter's parents, Jean Jan and Jacqueline Moreau Monfort were from Valenciennes where their son Pieter was born. Valenciennes was then in the province of Hainault but is today in the French Department du Nord.
The Protestant Monfort family had fled to Holland to escape religious persecution. In early 1624 Jean and Jacqueline Monfort had sailed on the "Endracht" with the very first settlers to go to America to establish the Dutch settlement of New Netherland. The Rapaljes, Joris and Catalyntje, were also in that group.
The Monforts later returned to Holland where their son Pieter Monfort was married at the Walloon Church in Amsterdam to Sara de Plancken. Pieter and his father were lace weavers in Amsterdam.
In 1639 Pieter and Sara sailed for America. Pieter's parents, Jean and Jacqueline Monfort, accompanied them and thus, they came to New Netherland for the second time.
In May of 1641, Pieter acquired title to land at the Wallabout on Long Island in present Brooklyn, and he subsequently acquired title to more land. Pieter and an Italian named Cicero Alberto farmed at the Wallabout under an agreement between them.
Pieter Monfort was a member and Deacon of the Dutch Reformed Church at Brueckelen (Brooklyn), established in 1660. He was a well-to-do man as indicated by his being one of the highest taxpayers at the Wallabout. He was a magistrate in Brooklyn in 1658. (Source-"Leaves From a Tree" by Jack T. Hutchinson.)

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Peter (Pieter) Monfoort
Source: Montfort Genealogy, Carol Ann Lembke McKee (1981)

According to Carol Lembke McKee, Peter Monfoort "came over" (to America) in 1639. "Went back to marry. Obtained a patent to land in Jersey in 1641. (His oldest daughter, Janica, married William Gerretse Van Cowenhoven.)"

Source: Mary Elizabeth Montfort Genealogy, 23 February 1999

Diverging from her 1981 notes (see above), Carol says the Monfoorts came over in 1625.

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The following information is from Daniel E. Schillinger, 16 March 1998 (email):

Immigrated to New Netherlands between 1624 and 1836. Name also sp Pieter.

DEATH: 04 JAN 1661 [S25] [S87]
EVENT: 15 DEC 1639, Contract [S25]
BIRTH: ABT 1620 [S6]
IMMIGRATION: 25 JAN 1624, Amsterdam, Netherlands [S87] aboard the Eendracht

EMIGRATION: 16 MAR 1639, Amsterdam, Netherlands [S87]
EVENT: 29 MAY 1641, Received Patent [S25]
EVENT: BEF 1636 [S87] returned to Amsterdam

EVENT: 17 AUG 1643, Received patent [S25]
EVENT: 01 MAY 1647, Received patent [S25]

RESIDENCE: 17 SEP 1639, New Netherland, NY [S87]

REFN: 275 Steve Oberlin gives his surname as "VAN MONFOORT."

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The following information is from Bruce Woodworth, 16 March 1998 (email):

John-Pierre,

Here is what I have on the Monfoort family:

Name: Pieter Monfoort

Birth: 1616 Valenciennes, France1
Death: 4 Jan 1661 Wallabout, Long Island, NY2
Father: Jean Monfoor
Mother: Jaquemine Moreau

Marriage: 23 Mar 1636 Walloon Church, Amsterdam, Holland3

Spouse: Sara De Planck

Birth: ca 1615 Amsterdam, Netherlands3
Death: ca Jul 1644 Wallabout, Long Island, NY1
Father: Jacques Des Plancq (ca 1576-<1617)
Mother: Sara Fauconier (ca 1579-)
Other spouses: Lambert Janszen Bosch

Children
1 F: Jannetje Pieterse Monfoort

Birth: May 1646 Wallabout Bay, NY3 Death: 1723 Monmouth, NJ1

Spouse: William Gerretse Couwenhoven
Marriage: 12 Feb 1665 Flatlands, NY2, 1

2 M: Jan Pieterse Monfoort

Birth: Feb 1648 Flatlands, NY4 Death: 1737 Hempstead, NY2, 1

Spouse: Ida Joris Brinkerhoff
Marriage: 17 May 16872

Spouse: Geertje Pieters

3 M: Pieter Pieterse Monfoort

Birth: Jul 1652 Flatlands, NY4
Death: Flatlands, NYI

Spouse: Marretje Pieterse Luyster
Marriage: ca 16763

4 F: Sara Pieterse Monfoort

Birth: ca 1656 Flatlands, NY4
Death: 31 Dec 1704 Flatlands, NY5

Spouse: Claes Pieterse (Wyckoff)
Marriage: ca 1672 Flatlands, NY5,1

Sources
1. LDS Ancestor file, Oakland
2. "The Monfoort Family", by Teunis G. Bergen, from "Genealogies of Long Island Families", by the NYGBR.
3. "Sara (De Planck) Monfort", by Harry Macy, Jr, NYGBR, Vol 122, #3, Jul 1991
4. LDS IGI File.
5. The Wyckoff Family in America, Descendents of Nicholas Wyckoff, 1980.

Regards,

Bruce Woodworth
3/16/98

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The following is from Daniel E. Schillinger:

"Pierre (in Dutch, Pieter) had left Amsterdam for New Netherland with his parents, Jean/Jan and Jacquemine Monfort, 25 Jan 1624 aboard the 'Eendracht', the first vessel to bring settlers to the colony. 'Johan Monfoort' was still in New Netherland in 1630, but the family returned to Amsterdam before 1636. He was recieved into the Walloon Church, Amsterdam, Netherlands on 13 Jan 1636.

Three years after Pieter and Sara's marriage they all set out again, as the Walloon Church register of 'Attestations' shows on 16 Mar 1639:

'Jean Monfort et Jacquemine Moreau Pierre Monfort et Sara de Plancq pour Virginia'

They were in New Netherlands by 17 Sep 1639. Jan Monfoort was with them, and was probably the brother of Pieter, although this is an assumption. - N.Y.G.& B.R., Apr 1998 page 96.

The first reference to Pieter on the colonial records is on the 15th of Dec, 1639, when he appears to have entered into contract with Pieter Caesar Alburtus, an Italian, to make a plantation and build a house. This was probably at the Wallabout, and prior to the date of the patents obtained by both of the contracting parties in that locality, in advance of which, plantations appear to have been selected, improved, and occupied. On May 29, 1641, Pieter Monfoort obtained a patent for land at the Wallabout, between the plantations of Jan Monfoort and Pieter Ceser Alberto, 'in breadth 300 paces, with the same breadth straight into the woods.' - Genealogies of L.I. Families

On the 17th of Aug., 1643, Pieter Monfoort obtained another patent for the same premises, in which they are more particularly described as 'a piece of land for a Tobacco plantation, lying on Long Island in the bend of Meyrechkawick, bounded by Jan Monfoort on the east, and Pieter Italiaen on the west, extending along the marsh into the woods 70 rods, and 220 rods along the land of Jan Monfoort, to the woods 70 rods, again the the marsh in a northerly course 227 rods along the land of Pieter Italiaen, amounting to 25 morgen and 8 rods.' May 1, 1647, in addition to the above land, he was granted 406 rods, provided it did not interfere with other grants.

May 29, 1641, a patent was granted to Jan Monfoort for land on Long Island next to Rinnegakonc and adjoining the premises of Pieter Monfoort, for which he also obtained, on 17 Aug 1643 another patent, in which the premises are more particularly described, and said to contain 28 morgen; and May 1, 1647, a patent was granted for an additional 190 rods.

In addition to lands on Long Island, Jan Monfoort obtained, Mar 16, 1647, a patent for a lot on Manhatten Island, on the north-east side of the Graft; and Pieter Monfoort obtained on the same date a patent for a lot on said Island on the north- east side of the Graft. June 28, 1654, they both obtained patents for lots on the Sheeps pasture on said Island.

He was a magistrate in 1658. - Conover Family

He and Sarah De Plancken became members of the Church at Brooklyn on Mar 12, 1660.
- Register of Ancestors.

Jan Monfoort married Geertie Pieterse Luyster, and in 1677 he and his wife were members of the reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn. - Register of Ancestors

He died prior to April 1701, his plantation on that date being sold by the children of his son Pieter to Garret Cowenhoven.

The late Pieter Monfoort's plantation, in 1701, was in the possession of the widow of Martin Ryerse, and that of Pieter Caesar Alberto in Jan Damen.

Pieter was magistrate of Brooklyn in 1658 and Deacon in the church at the time of his death."

- Hannam GEDCOM (from information provided by Bruce Woodsworth)

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Steve Oberlin gives his surname as "VAN MONFOORT."

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[Source: Carol Lembke-McKee-Jenkins, date unknown]

Peter Monfoort "came over" (to America) in 1639. "Went back to marry. Obtained a patent to land in Jersey in 1641. (His oldest daughter, Janica, married William Gerretse Van Cowenhoven.)"

Immigrated to New Netherlands between 1624 and 1836. Name also sp Pieter.

- Carol Lembke-McKee-Jenkins

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[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

In the parish registers ". . . sponsors [are] Pierre Monfort, Elizabet de Gautier;[14]. . .

14 St. Nicolas Roman Catholic Church, Valenciennes, Baptisms 3538-1621, FHL 1175973 item 1."

- Macy


These are the Dutch spellings of his names, except for MONFFORT, which is found in an 13 Jan 1636 entry of the register of the Walloon Reformed church of Amsterdam.

Pieter [MONFORT], the common ancestor of the family in this country, emigrated at an early period from the Netherlands.

- Bergen

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[Source: 14619.ged]

immigrated to USA 25 jan 1624 from Amsterdam, Netherlands
Was living on 17 sep 1639 in New Netherland, NY

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[Source: Van Nuys Genealogy, page 19]

(*) NOTE--Francis Montfort traced his descent from Peter de Montfort (I) a French Hugenot refugee, living in Holland, and married to Sarah De Blanchan, in Amsterdam, Dec. 17, 1630. They came to New Amsterdam in 1631, where he was a planter, a magistrate, and a deacon in his church. He died Jan. 4, 1661 and left a son Peter Montfort (II), born in 1652 and married to Maria de Luyster. Their son Peter Montfort (III) was born in 1681, and emigrated to Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the father of John Montfort (IV) of Flatlands who was born Feb. 7, 1702, and was the father of Francis Montfort (V), the emigrant to Kentucky, above mentioned and the father of Polly Montfort (VI).

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 210]

Pieter, the common ancestor of the family in this country, emigrated at an early period from the Netherlands; m. Jan. 12 or 17, 1630, Sarah de Plancken (or Blanck) at Amsterdam in Holland prior to his emigration, who after his death m. 2d Lambert Janse Bosch; d. Jan. 4, 1661. May 29, 1641, he obtained a patent for a plantation at the Wallabout, on which he resided, and for which he obtained a confirmatory patent Aug. 17, 1643, in which the quantity given is 25 morgens. Mag. of Brn in 1658, and deacon in the ch. at the time of his death. Issue:--Janica or Jannetje Pieters, bp. May 12, 1646, m. Feb. 12, 1665, Wm Gerretse Van Cowenhoven; Jan Pieterse, bp. Feb. 23, 1648; Pieter Pieterse, bp. July 21, 1652; Sarah Pieterse, bp. Apl. 2, 1656, m. Claes Pieterse Wyckoff of Flds; and (sup.) Willemtje Pieterse, m. Gerret Elbertse Stoothoff--all bp. in N. A. Made his mark to documents.

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[Source: Teunis G. Bergen, The Bergen Family, page 35]

.... The first patents at the latter place, except that of Rapalie, were those of Pieter and Jan Monfoort,1 of the 29th of May, 1641; of Lambert Huybertsen (Mol), of the 7th of September, 1641; of land formerly in the occupation of Cornelis Jacobsen Stille; of Pieter Ceaser Italien (the ancestor of the Alburtus family of Newtown), for a tobacco plantation, of the 17th of June, 1643; of those enlarging or more particularly describing the bounds of the lands granted to the Monfoorts, of the 17th of August, 1643; that of William Cornelisse, of the 19th of February, 1646, for premises formerly occupied by Michael Picet; and that of Hans Hansen (Bergen), of the 30th of March, 1647; and that of Remmert Jansen Vanderbeck. The Monfoorts and Huybertsen may have been Walloons ...

1 Pieter Monfoort m. January 12-17, 1630, Sarah de Planken, Planck or Blanck, at Amsterdam in Holland, prior to his emigration, and died January 4, 1661. His widow m. (2d), January 1, 1663, Lambert Janse Bosch, from Oetmarsum. From Pieter are descended the Monfoorts of this country. Have seen no trace of the descendants of Jan Monfoort; probably he left none.

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[Source: History of the City of Brooklyn, New York]

A History of the City of Brooklyn. Including The Old Town And Village Of Brooklyn, The Town Of Bushwick, And The Village And City Of Williamsburgh. Vol. I.
Chapter XI.
Residing At "Gouwanus."

The Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn commence on the 5th day of Sept. 1660, on which day they petitioned the Governor and Council, in consequence of the great age and infirmities of their Minister, Do. Polhemus, and the difficulties of the road to Flatbush, to aid in providing them with another Minister. An application having been made to the Classis of Amsterdam, Do. Henricus Selyns was sent over. At this time Joris Dirckzen Brinckerhoff was Elder, and Wilhelmus Bredenbent and Pieter Monfoort Deacons of the Church. Selyns was engaged, in addition to Brooklyn, to preach at Governor Stuyvesant's Bouwery (farm), in New Amsterdam.

On his arrival, preparation was made to build for his use a suitable dwelling-house, Joris Dircksen , and with him was associated Albert Cornelisen, Schepen of Brooklyn . Aucke Jans (Van Nuyse) and Frans Blootgoet were the mechanics employed in the erection of the dwelling-house.

The Elder, Joris Dircksen and Deacon Pieter Montfoort having died, on the 9th of Feb., 1661, an election took place, when Willem Bredenbent was chosen Elder, and Teunis Jansen Coevers and Jan Jorizen (Rapalie) Deacons.

Joris Dirckzen having, prior to his death, acted as chorister, and since that period Do. Selyns having performed the same service, it was now, May 29th , determined to procure the services of a regular chorister, precentor, and schoolmaster. On this determination, on the 6th of July , the services of Mr. Carel d' Beauvois, schoolmaster of New Amsterdam , was employed, under the following regulations:

1. Said Precentor to cause the Psalms sung before the sermon to be properly set forth or noted on the Psalm board.

2. After the first ringing of the bell, he shall place the stools and benches in the church or meeting-place in order, and read a chapter out of the Holy Scriptures, and the twelve articles of the Christian belief.

3. He shall in particular read in the books of the Old and New Testament, out of the Psalms and Prophets, during the administration of the Lord's Sacrament, from the 22d, 23d, 31st, 40th, 42d, 51st, 69th, 111th, 112th, or 113th Psalms; from the 53d chap. of Isaiah , the 6th and 13th chap. of John to the end of his Gospel, and the 27th chap. of Matthew . Also 10th and 11th chap. of 1st Corinthians; 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th chap. of the Epistle to the Hebrews, and the 2d and 3d chapters of the Revelations.

4. He shall, immediately on the third ringing of the bell, begin to sing the designated Psalm.

5. During sickness or necessary absence, he shall allow no one to act in his place, unless known to be of good character, nor without notice to the Consistory.

6. He shall properly, diligently, and industriously attend to the school, instil in the minds of the young the fear of the Lord, and set them a good example: to open the school with prayer and close with a Psalm, also to exercise the scholars in the questions in the "groat regulen" of the Rev. pious and learned father, Do. Johannes Megapolensis, Minister of the Gospel in Amsterdam , in N. Netherland .

Lastly. That the said Precentor, in addition to the salary allowed by the Governor and Council of N. Netherland, and the magistrates of Brooklyn, will be furnished by the Consistory with house-rent and entertainment or provisions.

On the 21st Feb., 1663, Jan Jorise (Rapalie) having died, at an election for church officers, Willem Bredenbent was continued as Elder for one year, Teunis Jansen Coevers, elected Elder, Willem Gerritsen Van Couwenhoven and Teunis Gysbertse Bogaert, Deacons.

On the 27th of Feb., 1664 , Teunis Janssen Coevers and Teunis Gysbertse Bogaert were elected Elders, and Willem Gerritse Van Couwenhoven and Willem Willemsen (Bennet) , Deacons, who were in office when Selyns resigned his charge.

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[Source: Barbara L. Van Norsdall, "Ross Amos Van Norsdall, Some of His Ancestors and Relatives", Updated: Mon Sep 9 2002, http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=barbara01&id=I11761]

PIETER MONFOORT
Material researched and/or transcribed by Barbara L. Van Norsdall

Pieter (Pierre) left Amsterdam for New Netherlands with his parents, Jean/Jan and Jacquemine, January 25, 1624 aboard the Eendracht, the first vessel to bring settlers to the colony. Johan Monfoort was still in New Netherlands in 1630, but the family returned to Amsterdam before 1636. Three years after Pieter and Sara's marriage they all set out again, as the Walloon Church register of "Attestations" shows on 16 Mar 1639: "Jean Monfort et Jacquemine Moreau Pierre Monfort et Sara de Plancq pour Virginia." They were in New Netherlands by 17 Sep 1639. Jan Monfoort was with them.

The first reference to Pieter on the colonial records is on December 15, 1639, when he appears to have entered into contract with Pieter Caesar Alburtus, an Italian, to make a plantation and build a house. On May 29, 1641, Pieter Monfoort obtained a patent for land at the Wallabout, between the plantations of Jan Monfoort and Pieter Ceser Alberto, "in breadth 300 paces, with the same breadth straight into the woods". On August 17, 1643, Pieter Monfoort obtained another patent for the same premises in which they are more particularly described as "a piece of land for a tobacco plantation, lying on Long Island in the bend of Meyrechkawick, bounded by Jan Monfoort on the east and Pieter Italiaen on the west."1
Change Date: 7 SEP 2002 at 13:02:28

Father: Jan Monfoort b: 1590 in Holland or France
Mother: Jacqueline Moreau b: 1583 in Holland or France

Marriage 1 Sarah de Plancken b: 1615 in Amsterdam, Noord, Holland, Netherlands
Married: 12 JAN 1630 in Wallon Church, Amsterdam, Netherlands 2
Children
Jannetje Pieterse Monfoort b: MAY 1646 in Wallabout Bay, NY
Jan Pieterse Monfoort b: 23 FEB 1647/1648 in Flatlands, NY
Peter Pieterse Monfoort b: BEF 21 JUL 1652 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands
Sarah Pieters Monfoort b: 2 APR 1656 in Flatlands, Kings CO, NY

Sources:
Title: The Wyckoff Family in America, A Genealogy
Publication: 2nd Edition, 1950, The Wyckoff Association in America, Tuttle Publishing Co.
Abbrev: The Wyckoff Family in America, A Genealogy
Title: Samuel Curtis Sidders pages at Family Tree Maker
Abbrev: Samuel Curtis Sidders pages at Family Tree Maker

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1616. 13,49,52 Valenciennes, France

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1605. 52,53 Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands

• Alt. Birth: 1616. 21,22,49,52 Netherlands

• Alt. Birth: 1616. 7,8,18 Of Amsterdam, Noord, Netherlands

• Alt. Birth: 20 Jan 1616, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France). 46,52,53

• Alt. Baptism: 20 Jan 1616, Valenciennes, Hainaut, Netherlands (after the 1678 Treaty of Nijmegen. Valenciennes became part of the département du Nord, France). 15,46,54

• Alt. Death: 4 Jan 1660, Wallabout, Long Island, New Netherlands. 7,8,9

• Alt. Death: 4 Jan 1661. 19,36,38,47,55,56 the Wallabout, Flatlands (ltr U.S. Navy Shipyard, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY)

• Alt. Death: 4 Jan 1661. 7,8,11 Breucklyn, New York

• Alt. Death: 4 Jan 1661. 17,36,38,47,54,57 the Wallabout, Breukelen (ltr Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY)

• Fact 1: 17,58 Immigrated in 1625 (this is probably wrong)

• Fact 2: 10,59,60 Signed by a mark.

• Fact 3: 10 Laceweaver

• Fact 4: One source (unknown) gives place of birth as Amsterdam, Noord, Netherlands

• Fact 5: 52 Sisser: Death date given as January 4, 1661 at the Wallabout, Long Island, NY

• Fact 6: 43 McKee: Montfort Genealogy (typed): Peter Montfort came to America in 1637/1639

• Fact 7: 61 Sisser: Pieter Monfoort last mentioned as alive on October 17, 1660

• Fact 8: 62 Bruce Woodworth, 3 Nov 97, lists only four children-Jannetje, Jan, Pieter, Sara

• Fact 9: 62 Pieter Monfoort was Magistrate of Brooklyn in 1658

• Fact 10: 62 Pieter was Deacon of his church when he died
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• Fact 11: Probably died in Brooklyn, New York
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• Fact 12: 63 Sisser: Only lists 4 children of Pieter and Sara (Jan, Pieter, Jannetje, Sara)
2

• Occupation: 49 Laceweaver, Farmer

• Religion: 13 Jan 1636. 54,56 Walloon Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NLD; Religion: he was recieved into the Walloon Church, Amsterdam, Netherlands

• Religion: 49 Protestant, Breuckelen Dutch Church, Huguenot

Pieter married Sara Deplancque,36 daughter of Jacques De Le Plancque 18 and Sara Fauconnier,10,16,19,20,22,28,29,64,65 on 23 Mar 1636 in Walloon Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.36 Sara was born in 1615 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands,18 was baptized about 1615 in Walloon Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands,36 and died in 1684 in , , , New York18 at age 69. Other names for Sara were Sarah De Blanchan,66 Saera De Planck,21,49 Sarah De Planck (Blanck), Sara De Plancke,16,36 Sara De Plancken, Sarah De Plancken,22,28,51 Sarah De Plank,7,8,21,22 Sarah Deplancken 20,29., and67

Marriage Notes:

Source: Harry Macy, Jr., "Sarah (DePlanck) Monfort", July 1991, p. 146]

Their marriage proclamation at the Walloon Church on 1 March 1636 reads "Pierre Monfort de Valenciennes, et Sara del plancque tous deux demeurant sur l'Angels padt" (DTB 935:n.p., FI-IL 0113400): "Pierre Montfort et Sara de Plancque"were married in that church 23 March (DTB 1001:89).

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Intention: 1 Mar 1636, Walloon Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands. 36

• Alt. Marriage: 23 Mar 1635. 7,8,9,18 Waloon Church, Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands

• Alt. Marriage: 12 Jan 1630, Walloon Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands. 10,11

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]]

Steve Oberlin gives Sarah's maiden name as DE PLANCKEN.

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She emigrated on 16 Mar 1639 from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.

She resided on 17 Sep 1639 in New Netherland, NY. - Macy

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Macy gives dob as abt 1615; Oberlin gives abt 1624.

The dob as shown is from the NY GENWEB Website; the LDS Ancestor File, Oakland CA has the same pod but gives a dod of abt Jul 1644.

gives: died 1684 in probably the Wallabout, Long Island, NY (age 69).

The first spelling of her name is found in the 16 Mar 1639 Parish Registers entry of the Walloon Reformed Church in Amsterdam, describing the familiy's emigration to the New World.

The second spelling is found in this church's Parish Registers entry recording her confession of faith dated 7 Dec. 1636.

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[Source: de plank from Lisa Pennington.FTW]

Sara de Planck and Pieter Montfoort were married in Amsterdam, came to New Netherland about 1639, settled at the Wallabout, now the late US Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, and raised a family of four children. The children were baptized in the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam in the years before a church was established in Brueckelen.

Dob 1656, acc. to P.C. WYCKOFF - Website of His Anc. & Desc.

"...the records of Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church have at Dec. 31, 1704, the entry 'Claes Wyckoff for grave and shroud for his wife, 24 fl (orins)."

- The Wyckoff Family in America, p. 17

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Genealogies of L.I. Families gives her month and yod only.

The Registers of the Reformed Dutch Church of Nieuw Amsterdam include the following entry in the year 1656:

"2 Apr; Pieter Montfoort, Sara Planck; Sara; Cornelis Barentszen, Ariaentje"

that is, this data is laid out in order as follows: the date of the christening; the parents; the
child; and the witnesses.

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Some of the other sources and references give the place of christening as the Dutch Reformed Church, Wallabout, Breukelen (ltr Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY).

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[Source: Monfort Family 12_99.FTW, Elias Riggs Monfort III]

had seven children

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[Source: Harry Macy, Jr,, "Sara (DePlanck) Monfort, July 1991, pp. 143-149]

NOTE: For ease of reading, I copied the footnotes to the end of the article. Please refer to the original article by Mr. Macy for the original formatting and page locations. -- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.,10 March 2014


SARA (DE PLANCK) MONFORT

by Harry Macy, Jr. *

Published accounts of the Monforts1 have devoted very few words to Sara De Planck, the wife of Pieter2 Monfort (Jan1) and ancestress of all later members of this New York-New Jersey family. Clues to her origin, however, have been available since the discovery of her 1636 marriage intention, which shows that "Saera de plancke" was from Amsterdam (presumably born there), age 21, and was attended by her mother; two different readings gave the mother's name as Sara "Fruckenier" and Sara "Foukemier" (Sisser, pp. 1, 60-61). With only this information, one might suspect that Sara came from a Dutch or Germanic background, but the fact that her marriage occurred in Amsterdam's Walloon (French) Church was a clue to her true ethnic origin.
There is no entry for Sara in the index to Amsterdam baptisms.2 Her parents attended the Walloon Church, and she probably was baptized there shortly before the church's baptismal register begins in 1615. The index revealed another baptism in that church, in 1616, for Marie, daughter of "Jacques des Plancq" and "Sara Fauconie." A re-examination of the marriage intention of Pieter Monfort and Sara De Planck showed that the bride's mother's name was actually written "foukenier," easily a Dutch phonetic rendering of the French surname Fauconnier (or Faulconnier, meaning "falconer").
The conclusion that Jacques des Plancq and Sara Fauconie(r) were the parents of Sara De Planck is bolstered by the fact that no other candidates for her parents could be found in an exhaustive search for DePlanck and Fauconnier (and their spelling variants) in the indexes described in Note 2. Although research to date has been largely limited to church records, Sara's four grandparents have also been identified.

1. Guillaume Deplancque 3 was in Amsterdam by 1587, when he appears on the initial membership roll of the Walloon Church (DTB 46A:n.p., FHL 0113405). His wife, Finctine or Sentyne (probably Vincentine) Carlier, has not been found on that roll, but she and Guillaume were living in Amsterdam 1596 and 1600, and Guillaume, at least, was still there in 1603 (see children's marriage intentions, below).
The Deplancques had previously lived in Lille (in Dutch, Rijssel), now in France but then in "Walloon, Flanders," which like the rest of the Netherlands fell by inheritance to the King of Spain. In the course of the 16th century the people of Lille were caught up first in the Reformation and then in the struggle of the Netherlands to free itself from Spanish rule. Beginning in 1540, the city developed a "fervent and numerous" Protestant (Reformed) community, which from 1544 was subject to various persecutions, and after 1564 went into rapid decline (Pierre Pierrard, Histoire de Lille [Paris: Editions Mazarine, 1982), pp. 54-56). After the 1579 Union d'Arras, Catholicism was conclusively re-established in the region, leading to the exodus of many of the surviving Protestants; the Deplancques appear to have left at this time. The founding of Amsterdam's Walloon Church in 1584 reflects the influx of these refugees from the south. Many of them, like the Deplancques (and the Fauconniers and Monforts), were clothworkers; the century-old skills they brought with them helped create a major industry in Amsterdam (C.R. Boxer, The Dutch Seaborne Empire: 1600-1800 [New York: Knopf, 1965], pp. 16-19).
The three known children of Guillaume were all born in Lille (c. 1575-79). The city's Roman Catholic registers are indexed, and reveal numerous entries for the surnames Deplancque and Carlier, but none for Guillaume, Vincentine, or their children. Unfortunately there are no surviving registers for Lille's Reformed Church from this period. The name of Gilles du Planque is bracketed with Guillaume's in 1587 on the Amsterdam Walloon Church roll, but nothing more has been learned about this Gilles either in Amsterdam or Lille.
Guillaume and Vincentine (Carlier) Deplancque were born probably about the middle of the 16th century, and were married before 1575. Children:

i. Anne b. c. 1575 according to her Amsterdam marriage intention recorded 3 Aug. 1596, which calls her "Anne del Planque from Rijssel, age 21, living on the Walen padt (padt: in English, path), attended by Guillaume del Planque and Finctine Carlier, her father and mother" (DTB 408:22, FHL 0111184). Her husband was Jacques du Fau from Doornick (in French, Tournai), age 22, a caffatier (a maker of caffa, a rich silk cloth similar to damask). They were m. 30 Aug. 1596 in the Walloon Church as "Jaques de fau fils de Jaques natif de Tournay et Anne de la Plancque fille de Guillaume natifue de Lisle" (DTB 1001:40, FHL 0113402). Nothing more has been found concerning this couple.

2 ii. Jacques, b. c. 1576, m. Sara Fauconnier.
iii Josse, b. c. 1579 according to his Amsterdam marriage intention recorded 20 Sept. 1603, calling him "Josse del Planque from Rijssel, age 24, boratworker,4 living on the Walenpadt, attended by Guilliam del Planque his father" (DTB 411:16, FHL 0113185). His bride was "Marie Haesbroug, from Antwerp, age 20 ... attended by Christoffel Haesbroug." They were m. in the Walloon Church 17 Oct. 1603 as "Josse de le Plancque natif de Lisles bourassier . . . et Marye Hasebroucq natifue d'Anvers" (DTB 1001:60. One child has been identified, Rachelle de Plancqe, who m. 26 July 1626 Jean del Pierre (Ibid. 136). Her marriage intention of 27 June 1626 calls her Rachel de Plancke, of Amsterdam, age 21, living in the Louweriershael, having no parents [living], attended by her grandfather Christophe Hasbroeck (DTB 431:136, FHL 0113192).

2. Jacques Deplancque , son of Guillaume and Vincentine (Carlier) Deplancque, was born in Lille circa 1576 according to his marriage intention registered at Amsterdam 26 August 1600 (DTB 409:228, FHI-0113184):

. . . Jaques delplanque van Rijsselle boratwercker oudt xxiiij jaeren woonende opt Walen - padt geassisteert met guill delplanque enode Sentyne Carlier syn vader & moeder . . . ende Saer faulconnier van Antwerpen oudt xxj jaeren woonende bij de Jan Rooypoort aen de veste geassisteert met margriete du pont haer moeder . . .

. . . Jaques Delplanque from Rijssel [Lille] boratworker age 24, living on the Walenpadt, attended by Guillaume Delplanque and Sentyne Carlier his father and mother . . . and Saer[a] Faulconnier from Antwerp age 21, living near the Jan Rooypoort [i.e., Rodenpoort, poort meaning gate] in the wall, attended by Margriete du Pont her mother . . .

"Jacques de le Plancque fils de Guillaume natif de Lisle bourrassier et Sara Fauconnier fille de feu Pierre natifue d'Anvers" were married 17 September 1600 in the Walloon Church (DTB 1001:48).
"Sara Fauconnier fille de feu Pierre" was received as a member of the Walloon Church 27 November 1596, and "Jacques del Plancques fils de Guillaume" was received there 28 January 1597 (DTB 46A:n.p.). After their marriage, he does not appear again in the surviving church records until the baptism of daughter Marie in October 1616. He was deceased no later than April 1617 as shown by the marriage intention of his widow, dated 14 April 1618 (DTB 422:229, FHL 0113189):

. . . Nicolas Agache van Rijssel, trijpwercker, wed' van Marie Wagenaer woonen[de] op't Benningspad, & Sara Faulconier van Antwerpen wed' van Jacques Deplancque ver claren[d] een jaer wed' geweest te hebben woonende als vooren . . .

. . . Nicolas Agache from Rijssel [Lille] mock-velvet worker, widower of Marie Wagenaer living on the Benningspad, and Sara Faulconier from Antwerp, widow of Jacques Deplancque, declaring she has been a widow one year, living as before [at the same address] . . .

The record of the marriage itself has not been found. Sara appears to have been the fourth wife of Nicolas.5 In addition to her two known children by Jacques Deplancque, Sara had three children by Nicolas Agache. She probably had other children by Jacques between 1600 and 1615 but no trace of them has been found, nor has anything been learned about her known children beyond their baptisms, except in the case of daughter Sara. The last mention of Sara (Fauconnier) (Deplancque) Agache found thus far is her appearance at her daughter's 1636 betrothal. The index to Amsterdam burials contains no entry for either Sara or Nicolas Agache.

Children of Jacques and Sara (Fauconnier) Deplancque (all baptisms in the Walloon Church, Amsterdam, DTB 130, FHL 0113397):

3 i. Sara, b. c. 1615, m. Pieter Monfort.
ii. Marie, bap. 14 Oct. 1616, wits. Pierre Quiquenpois and Maicque Stenmen (p. 36).

Children of Nicolas and Sara (Fauconnier) (Deplancque) Agache:

i. Catherine, bap. 19 Oct 1618, "fille de Nycola Agar et de Sarra faucquegnier." wit. Anne Faucquegnier, and Daniel Tisine and his wife Anthonett Pigon (op. 75).
ii. Matthieu, bap. 18 Mar. 1620, "fils de nicolas lagasse et sara fauconier," wit. Jan Manye, Daniel Tisine. Antenette (p. 100).
iii. Jenne, bap. 30 Sept. 1622, "fille de Nicollas Lagache et Sarra fauconnier." wit. Pierre du Fou. Jaelle du Tey (p. 135).

3. SARA DEPLANCQUE/DE PLANCK, daughter of Jacques and Sara (Fauconnier) Deplancque, was born at Amsterdam probably in late 1614 or early 1615. On 1 March 1636 her marriage intention was recorded (DTB 444:154, FHL 0113196):

. . . Pierre Montfoor van Valencyn out 20 jaer geassis' met Jean Monfoor zyn vaeder, passementwerker woon opt Engelspadt [&] Saera de plancke van A[mstersam] out 21 jaer geassis' met haer moed'' Sara foukenier woon als vooren . . .

. . . Pierre Montfoor from Valeciennes age 20, attended by his father Jean Monfoorr, laceworker, living on the Engelspadt, and Saera De Plancke from Amsterdam, age 21, attended by her mother Sara Foukrnier, living as before [ar the same address] . . .

Like their parents, both the bride and the groom signed by mark. Their marriage proclamation at the Walloon Church on 1 March 1636 reads "Pierre Monfort de Valenciennes, et Sara del plancque tous deux demeurant sur l'Angels padt" (DTB 935:n.p., FI-IL 0113400): "Pierre Montfort et Sara de Plancque"were married in that church 23 March (DTB 1001:89).

Pierre (in Dutch, Pieter) had left Amsterdam for New Netherland with his parents, Jean/Jan and Jacquemine (Moreau) Monfort, 25 January 1624 aboard the Eendracht, the first vessel to bring settlers to the colony (George 0. Zabriskie, "The Founding Families of New Netherland," de Halve Maen 46[Jan. 1972]::8 and 47[Apr. 1972]:11). "Johan Monfoort" was still in New Netherland in 1630 (HNN 1:430), but the family returned to Amsterdam before 1636. Three years after Pieter and Sara's marriage they all set out again, as the Walloon Church register of "Attestations" shows on 16 March 1639 (DTB 50B:n.p., FHL 0113409):

Jean Monfort et Jaquemine Moreau
Pierre Monfort et Sara de Plancq
pour Virginia

They were in New Netherland by 17 September 1639 (Arnold J.F. Van Laer, transl., New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch; Vols. 1-4 [Baltimore, 1974], at 1:228-29). and acquired farms at the Wallabout near Brooklyn as well as property on Manhattan Island (for details see Sisser, pp. 1-5). Pieter died 4 January 1661, and on 1 January 1663 Sara married Lambert Janszen Bosch from Ootmarsen (A. P.G. Jos van der Linde, ed., Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York, First Book of Records 1660-1752 [Baltimore, 1983], pp. 17, 213). She appears on record for the last time 23 July 1664, as a baptismal witness ("Sara Ver Plancken") with her second husband (BDC 73).
Although Pieter and Sara were married in 1636, there is no evidence that they had any children born before 1646, either in Amsterdam or New Amsterdam. Over the following ten years, they had the four children listed below. That these were their only surviving offspring is made clear from an unrecorded deed of 27 April 1701: "Pieter Monfoort and Maria his wife, John Monfoort and Ida his wife, Wm. Cowenhoven and Jonica his wife, and Claes Pieterse Wyckoff [widower of Sara], as heirs at law, for £150 conveyed Jan Monfoort's6 patent at the Wallabout, to Garret Cowenhoven, per deed, the original of which is now [1876] in the hands of H.C. Murphy, Jr." (REC. 7:152: KCo, 210).
Children of Pieter2 and Sara (Deplancque/De Planck) Monfort (Sisser, pp. 6-11):7

i. Jannetje3, bap. 8 May 1646 (BDC 20), m. 12 Feb. 1665 (NJMis. 2:353) Willem Gerritse van Couwenhoven. as his second wife; 11 chn. (see also REC. 71:69-70)
ii. Jan, bap. 23 Feb. 1648 (BDC 24), m. (betrothed) 17 May 1687 Ida Joris Brinckerhoff (Flat.Fr.Marrs. 1:29); 7 chn.8
iii. Pieter, bap. 21 July 1652 (BDC 32), m. c.1676 Marretje/Maria Pieters Luyster,10 chn.
iv. Sara, bap. 2 Apr. 1656 (BDC 42), m. Claes Pieterse Wyckoff; 6 or 7 chn. (see also The Wyckoff Family in America, 2nd ed. [Wyckoff Assn., 1950], p. 17)

With at least 34 grandchildren born in the late 17th century, the majority of whom left issue, Pieter and Sara clearly must have an enormous number of descendants living today.

Fauconnier

The parents of Sara Fauconnier, mother of Sara (De Planck) Monfort, are identified in documents already quoted: her mother "Margriete du Pont" in her Amsterdam marriage intention, and her father "the late Pierre" in her marriage record at the Walloon Church.

1. Pierre Fauconnier died about the year 1585, as shown in the intention for his wife's remarriage, recorded at Amsterdam 7 April 1590 (DTB 405:271, FHL 0113183):

. . . David Goris van Antwerpen passementwerker oudt omtrent xxx jaeren woonende inde n[ieu]w sijts dwerstraet . . .Ende Margriete du Pont van Doornick, vefue van Pierre Fauconnier, verclaren vijt jaren weduewe geweest te hebben, woonende bij kramper hooft in de stadsmuer . . .

. . . David Goris from Antwerp, laceworker, age about 30, living in the new side, cross-street . . . and Margriete du Pont from Doornick [Tournai], widow of Pierre Fauconnier, declaring she has been a widow five years, living near the Kamperhoofd in the city wall . . .

They were married 29 April 1590 in the Walloon Church; the register says "David Goris fils de feu francois natif d'Anvers passementier demeurant en la D'were strate du nouveau coste, et Marguerite du Pont natifue de Tournay vefue de feu Pierre Fauconnier demeurante pres du Campershooft (DTB 1001: 22).

Whether Pierre Fauconnier died in Amsterdam or in Antwerp (where he had children born c.1577-79) is not known. It is likely that the Fauconniers migrated to Antwerp from a French-speaking area further to the south, possibly from Marguerite's native town of Tournai in Hainaut (like Antwerp, now part of Belgium), where the Fauconnier name also appears on record. The Reformation flourished for a while in Tournai, but many of its adherents left the city after 1567 when the Spanish re-established control there (Charlie R. Steen, A Chronicle of Conflict: Tournai 1559-1567 [Utrecht:- HES Publishers, 1985]). Antwerp became a haven for the Protestant Walloons, until it too fell to the Spanish in 1585. The city's Protestants were given two years to depart, and the Fauconniers were probably among the flood of refugees from Antwerp who now poured into Amsterdam (see Boxer, loc.cit.).
There are many surviving Roman Catholic registers from Antwerp and Tournai for this period, all well indexed and filmed, but none of them reveal anything on these individuals. As with the Deplancques, their earlier vital records were probably lost with the destruction of the Protestant registers of these cities.
The last mention found for Marguerite (du Pont) (Fauconnier) Goris is in the 1600 marriage intention of her daughter Sara, as noted earlier. Her second husband David Cons was born about 1560; she and Pierre may have been older, as they were probably married before 1575. Three of their children are identified; Marguerite is not known to have had any children by Goris.9

Children of Pierre and Marguerite (du Pont) Fauconnier:

i. Anne, b. perhaps c.1575. "Anne fauquenier fille de feu Pierre" was received in the Amsterdam Walloon Church 30 Mar. 1593 (DTB 46A : n. p. ). No marriage has been found for her but she may have been the Anne who witnessed a child of Sara in 1618 (see above).

ii. Matthieu, b. c. 1577 according to his Amsterdam marriage intention of 21 Aug. 1599 which reads "Matthys Faulconier from Antwerp, caffatier, age 22, living near the Wempoort in the wall, attended by David Goris his stepfather and Margriete du Pont his mother, and Beatris Berdule, from Antwerp, age 26" (DTB 409:24, FHL 0113184). They were m. 12 Sept. 1599 in the Walloon Church where the record calls him "son of the late Pierre" and her "daughter of the late Jacob" (DTB 1011:45). No children of this couple have been identified.

2 iii. Sara, b. c. 1579, m. (1) 1600 Jacques Deplancque, (2) 1617 Nicolas Agache, (See Deplancque, above.)

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* 300 East 33rd St., New York, NY 10016. The author wishes to thank Otto Schutte and Christoph ten Houte de Lange for their assistance in transcribing and translating some of the Dutch documents used in this article; thanks also to David and Lilia Seegmiller, and Henry and Norma Rock for their assistance at the New York Family History Center.
1 Teunis G. Bergen, "The Monfoort Family" REC. 7(1876):152-60; Henry A. Stoutenburgh, A Documentary History of Het (The) Nederduytsche Gemecatt Dutch Congregation of Oyster Bay . . . 1902-07, pp. 317-57; Fred Sisser III, The Monfoort Family of New York and New Jersey, 1969 (hereafter Sisser); and Henry B. Hoff, "Monfort-Monfoort," Transactions of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina No. 81(1976):29-30. For the purposes of this article, the most common American spelling, "Monfort," has been used except where other forms are quoted from original sources. It is recognized that some present-day descendants' of this family prefer 'Montfort" and that older American records usually show the Dutch-influenced "Monfoort" and "Montfoort."
2 Research for this article involved use of the card indexes (fichescollectic) of Amsterdam baptism, marriage and burial registers, at the Amsterdam municipal Archives, film copies at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City (FHL). The registers themselves are designated here as "DTB" (Doop-, Trouw- en Begraafregisters), and are also available on film designated as "FHL" plus the reel number. Use of these registers and indexes is facilitated by reference to two Research Papers published by the Genealogical Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints: Series C, No. 22, Church Records of The Netherlands -- Dutch Reformed (1974), and No. 25, Church and Civil Records of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Before 1811 (1975). Use has also been made of the card index created by the Bibliotheque Wallonne of Leiden, South Holland, now housed at the Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie, The Hague, and available on FHL film. See Research Paper Series C, No. 23, Church Records of The Netherlands - Walloon or French Reformed (1973).
3 This surname is found frequently in the records of the ancestral city of Lille, with many variations in spelling. The individuals treated here were recorded as Delplanque, Deleplanque,
Duplanque, Desplanque(s), Deplanque, etc., all these variants also appearing with the ending
-ancque. Where original records are not being quoted, the spelling "Deplancque" has been used here (except for references to Sara), because it is the French form closest to the Dutch "De Planck" which was carried over to New Netherland.
4 This was also the occupation of Jacques, Sara De Planck's father. According to Woordenbock der Nederlandsche, 1902, 3:518, borat was a kind of worsted yarn manufactured from combed wool, and also a material usually woven from silk and wool and used for many articles of clothing, especially stockings. Early French names for this material were borat, bourrat, borras and bourasse (Frederic Godefroy, Dictionnaire de l'Ancienne Langue Francaise [1880] 1961): hence "bour[r]assier" used in the Walloon Church register. In the Bibliotheque Wallonne index (see Note 2), "boratwerker" seems to have been misread as "caratwerker," for which there is no translation.
5 Amsterdam marriage indexes show the marriage intention of Nicolaas Agache, widower of Jenne Michelet, and Elizabeth le Cocq, widow of Jeremie Cuvelier, 2 Sept. 1600 (DTB 409:232), followed by the marriage intention of Nicolas Agache, widower of Lysbet le Cocq, and Marie Wagener, widow of Jan Vijfken, 18 Jan. 1603 (DTB 410:301).
6 The Jan Monfoort whose property was being conveyed here was Jan1, father of Pieter2 and grandfather of the grantors, who were Jannetje3 (Jonica), Peter3, Jan3 (John) and the widower of Sara3. Prior to the articles by Zabriskie and Holf, it was not understood that Pieter2's father came to New Netherland; the Jan mentioned in contemporary records with Pieter was believed to be his brother. Hoff speculated that Pieter might have had both a father and brother named Jan in New Netherland, in light of a 28 Aug. 1654 patent to a Jan Monfort (GDM 380), seven years after the death of the father (GDM 368) and at a time when Pieter's son, Jan3 was only an infant. However, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Land Papers, transl. and ed.-Charles T. Gehring (Baltimore, 1980), p. 71, shows that this patent was issued to the heirs of Jan, undoubtedly referring back to Jan1.
7 Two additional daughters have been erroneously attributed to Pieter and Sara (De Planck)
Monfort:
William A Eardeley, Chronology and Ancestry of Chauncey M. Depew, 1918, p. 73, shows a Maria as the eldest child, b. c. 1638, who "must have been left in Holland when her father and mother sailed to America," since she married in the Netherlands and came to New Netherland with husband Dirck Storm in 1662. New York records call her "Maria Pieters." None of the writers on the Monfort family mentioned in Note 1 have included this Maria, but as recently as 1975 she was claimed as a daughter of Pieter in Huguenot Ancestors Documented by The Huguenot Society of New Jersey, Inc., (p. 66). The claim was elaborated in a manuscript given to the NYGS&BS in 1935 by the always-suspect Louis de Boer, who pretended to have found, among other documents, Mara's marriage record, calling her "van Montfoort." The respected Dutch-American genealogist William J. Hoffman, F.A.S.G., determined that the alleged marriage record was fraudulent (REC. 70[1939]:153). WhenRaymond W. Storm's Old Dirck's Book (1949) repeated de Boer's inventions, Hoffman wrote a critical book review (REC. 80:182-83), followed by another article (REC. 85:68-73) in which he demolished the de Boer data. Hoffman pointed out the lack of evidence linking Maria Pieters to Pieter2 Monfort, the evidence that argues against such linkage, and the fact that "van Montfoort," if authentic, would mean that she came from the Dutch town of Montfoort, with which Pieter Monfort's family had no known connection. A recent genealogy, Dirck Storm and His Descendants by John Garrison Storm (1985), recognizes the validity of Hoffman's arguments and lists Dirck's wife only as Maria Pieters, without reference to Monfort.
Teunis G. Bergen (KCo. 210,285, REC. 7:152) thought that Pieter and Sara might also have had a daughter Willemtje Pieters, whom he made into the first wife of Gerrit Elbertse Stoothoff. She was also listed as a possible daughter by Stoutenburgh (Note 1) and Eardeley (above), but dropped by Sisser. In fact, when Gerrit married his "second" wife Johanna Nevius in 1684, the church register calls him "young man," i.e., a bachelor (Flat. Fr. Marrs. 1:22), and all of his children appear to have been born after that date. As no primary source gives Gerrit a wife Willemtje, Bergen appears to have misread a section of the Flatbush church membership roll (1677), where Gerrit Stoothoff and Willemtje Pieters were coincidentally recorded opposite each other in parallel columns of men's and women's names (Flat.Fr.Fees 57: "Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush," photocopies of original records at The Holland Society of New York, 1:180). See also Note 8.
8 Bergen erroneously attributed a first wife Geertje Pieters to Jan3, apparently because their names appeared opposite each other on the Flatbush church list (see Note 7, above). When Jan married in 1687, the register clearly calls him "young man" (Flat.Fr.Marrs. 1:29). Bergen compounded matters by also making a Geertje Pietersen (sic) the wife of Jan1 Monfort (KCo. 210). Mrs. John H. Spell, in her "Pieter Cornelis Luyster of the Poor Bowery and His Descendants" (MS., 1955, NYG&BS Library), effectively eliminates Geertje Pieters as the wife of either Jan. It is likely that both Geertje and Willemtje Pieters (Note 7) were sisters of Marretje Pieters Luyster, who married Pieter3 Monfort, but they themselves had no connection to the Monforts.
9 There were other Fauconniers in Amsterdam who had roots in both Antwerp and Tournai, and may have been related to Pierre, but research to date has not uncovered any connection. Nor is there any known connection to the Pierre Fauconnier who came to New York in 1702 as secretary to Lord Cornbury, having migrated to England from France (Abraham Ernest Helffenstein, Pierre Fauconnier and His Descendants, Philadelphia, 1911).





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Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Known in Holland as Saera de Plancke

• Fact 2: Recorded as Sara de Plancken

• Fact 3: 10,59,60,68 Signed by a mark.

• Fact 4: Sara and Pieter were possibly married 12 January 1629/30

• Fact 5: 69 Daniel Schillinger: Gives year of birth as 1624

• Fact 6: 69 Daniel Schillinger: Gives date of death as "about July 1644"

• Fact 7: 70,71 Bruce Woodworth also give date of death as "ca Jul 1644"

• Fact 8: Farnsworth: Resided in New Netherland, NY, 17 Sep 1639

• Fact 9: 25 A "Sara Planque" married a "Fouilloig (or Touilloy)"

• Fact 10: 52 Sisser: Says Sara died "after July 1664, probably at the Wallabout, Long Island"
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• Religion: 49 Protestant, Breukelen Dutch Church, Huguenot

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1606. 18 Leiden, So Hol, Neth

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1615. 22,28,29,49 Amsterdam, Netherlands

• Alt. Birth: 1615. 10,19,20 France

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1624. 21,36,46,72 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, NLD

• Alt. Death: Abt 1663. 7,8,9,18

• Alt. Death: After Jul 1664. 49 Wallabout, Long Island

• Alt. Death: Abt 1670. 29,49 Brooklyn, Kings County, New York

• Alt. Death: 1684. 19,46,73 the Wallabout, Breukelen (ltr Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY)

• Alt. Death: 1684. 73 Probably the Wallabout, Long Island

• Alt. Death: 1684. 73,74,75 the Wallabout, Flatlands (ltr U.S. Navy Shipyard, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY)

• Alt. Death: 31 Dec 1704. 10,74,76 Wallabout, Long Island, NY

Children from this marriage were:

+ 11 F    i. Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort 19,20,67 was born before 8 May 1646, was baptized on 8 May 1646 in Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, , New York,77 and died after 1723 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.7,8

+ 12 M    ii. Jan Pieterse Monfoort 7,8,9,10,16,36,78,79,80,81,82 was born in Feb 1648 in Nieuw Amersfoort (Ltr Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY),16,83 was baptized on 23 Feb 1648 in Dutch Reformed Church, Nieuw Amsterdam (Ltr Manhatten, New York, NY),16,36,78 and died between 29 Aug 1720 and 24 Jun 1745.84

+ 13 M    iii. Pieter Pieterse Monfort 7,8,85 was born on 21 Jun 1652 in The Wallabout, Flatlands, New York,23 was baptized on 21 Jul 1652 in Dutch Reformed Church, Nieuw Amsterdam (Ltr Manhatten, New York, NY),78,86 and died on 2 Jun 1726 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York7,8,23 at age 73.

+ 14 F    iv. Sara Pieterse Monfoort 7,8,9,10,13,35,41,42,86,87 was born before 2 Apr 1656 in Wallabout, Kings, New York,7,8,9 was baptized on 2 Apr 1656 in Dutch Reformed Church, Wallabout, Breukelen (Ltr Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY),72,78,86,88 died on 31 Dec 1704 in Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY,72,88,89 and was buried after 31 Dec 1704 in Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.90

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11. Jannetije Pieterse Monfoort 19,20,67 was born before 8 May 1646, was baptized on 8 May 1646 in Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, , New York,77 and died after 1723 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.7,8 Other names for Jannetije were Jannetje (Pieters) Monfoort Janica Monfoort, Jannetje Pieterse Monfoort,19,20,67 Jannetje Monfort,19,20,67 Jannetje Montfoort,7,8,77, and91 Jannetje Montfort.

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

CHRISTENING: 12 MAY 1646, Wallabout, Long Island, New York

Source e-mail from Woodworth, Bruce.
Shirley De Forrest research.

In his later E-Mail, Woodworth cites as another source the LDS Ancestor File.

The Registers of the Reformed Dutch Church of Nieuw Amsterdam include the following entry in the year 1646:

"8 May; Pieter Montfoort; Jannetje; Philip d'Ermojen, Marie Cornelis"

that is, this data is laid out in order as follows: the date of the christening; the parents; the child; and the witnesses.

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Macy gives the following christening data:

8 May 1646 at the Dutch Reformed Church, Wallabout, Breukelen (ltr Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY).

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Hannam gives christening as 12 May 1646, Wallabout, Long Island, New York.


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[Source: Monfort Family 12_99.FTW]

She had eleven children

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Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Apr 1646. New Amsterdam

• Alt. Birth: 12 May 1646. Wallabout, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Birth: 8 May 1646. 7,8 The Wallabout, Long Island

• Alt. Christening: 8 May 1646. 36 Dutch Reformed Church, Wallabout, Breukelen (ltr Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY)

• Alt. Christening: 8 May 1646. 36,92 Dutch Reformed Church, Nieuw Amsterdam (ltr Manhatten, New York City, NY)

• Alt. Christening: 49 St. Nicholas', Church in the Fort, New Amsterdam

• Alt. Death: 1723, Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. 93

• Alt. Death: 1723. 7,8 , Monmouth Co., NJ

• Fact 1: GEN. LI FAM. VOL 11, PAGE 515 NO. 5

• Fact 2: 1725. 17 Sisser: Jannetje (Montfoort) van Couwenhoven

• Fact 3: 23 SARAH DE PLANCK FAMILY DATA FROM

• Fact 4: 23 NY GEN & BIOG. RECORD, VOL 122, NO. 3

• Fact 5: 12 May 1646. 23 Dutch Reform Ch, New Amsterdam, New York, New York

• Fact 6: 8 May 1646. 23 Dutch Reformed Church of New Amsterdam.

• Fact 7: Montfort Genealogy: Listed as Janica

• Fact 8: 17 Sisser: Jannetje and Willem had eleven children

• Fact 9: 94 One source shows her as Jannetje (Pieters) Monfoort

• Fact 10: 95 One source shows Jannetje as dying abt 1721 in Monmouth County, New Jersey
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• Fact 11: Possibly died after 1723

• Fact 12: 96 Also known as Jannetie Peters

• Religion: 49 Protestant

Jannetije married William Garretse Van Couwenhoven,21 son of Gerret Wolferson Vankouwenhoven 19 and Aeltje Cornelis Cool,8,20,79 on 12 Feb 1665 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.19.,95 William was born in 1636 in Flatlands, Kings, New York20,21,67,77 and died in 1728 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey19 at age 92. Other names for William were Willem Covenhoven Willem Gerretsen Cowenhoven, Willem Gerretse Van Couwenhoven,21 Willem Gerretsen Van Couwenhoven,21 William Gerretsen Van Couwenhoven, Willem Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven,49 Willem Gerritse Van Kouwenhoven,7,8,79,97,98,99,100,101,102,103 William Gerretse Vankouwenhoven 20., and67

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

Children of William Gerretsen VAN COUWENHOVEN and Jannetje Pieterse MONFOORT:

1) Aeltje Willemse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 14 Dec 1665 Brooklyn, Kings County, New York
Death: 1689 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
Marriage: 16 Mar 1686/87 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
to Cornelis Simonsz VAN AERSDALE
Birth: abt 1662 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
Death: 19 Apr 1745

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pg. 80; Miles, pg. 7.

2) Neeltje Willemse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 7 Feb 1668/69 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
Death: 1 Feb 1755 Freehold, New Jersey
Marriage: 1692 at Kings Flatbush, New York
to Jan WYCKOFF
Birth: 16 Feb 1664/65 Flatlands, L.I., NY
Death: aft 1730 Monmouth, New Jersey

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pgs. 80, 396; Miles, pg. 8.

3) Pieter Willemse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 12 Feb 1670/71 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
Death: 21 Apr 1751 Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey
Marriage: 1694 to Patience DAWS

Settled in Monmouth County, New Jersey and was a member
of the Reformed Dutch Church of Freehold in 1709. His will
was dated March 15, 1743. He signed his name " Pieter
Couwenhoven".

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pgs. 80, 85; Miles, pgs. 8, 10.

4) Cornelius Williamse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 20 Nov 1672 Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York
Death: 16 May 1736 Pleasant Valley, Holmdel, Monmouth, NJ
Marriage: 3 Sep 1700 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
to Margaretta Roelofse SCHENCK
Birth: 16 Jan 1677/78 Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, NY
Death: 16 Dec 1751 Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, NJ

Removed to New Jersey and resided in 1707 at Middletown,
Monmouth County. Birth date is listed as 29 Nov 1671 and 20 Nov
1672. Name is also spelled Van Kouwenhoven.

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pgs. 77, 81; Miles, p. 8.

5) Sara Williamse VAN COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 6 Jan 1674/75 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
Death: 31 Jan 1761 Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Cty, NJ
Marriage: 1 Oct 1692 at Flatlands, Long Island, New York
to Jan Roelofse SCHENCK
Birth: 1 Mar 1669/70 Flatlands, Long Island, NY
Death: 30 Jan 1753 Pleasant Valley,

Monmouth County, NJ

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pg. 81; Miles, p. 8.

6) Albert Williamse VAN COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 6 Dec 1676 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York
Death: 13 Sep 1748 in W. Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Cty, NJ
Marriage[1]: Annetje WYCKOFF
Marriage[2]: 2 Oct 1701 Neeltje Roelofse SCHENCK

Removed to the vicinity of Freehold, Monmouth County, New
Jersey as early as 1709.

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pgs. 76,77, 81; Miles, p. 8.

7) Jacob Williamse VAN COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 29 Jan 1678/79 Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York
Death: 4 Jun 1744 Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey
Marriage[1]: 7 Jul 1685 Anna REMSEN
Marriage[2]: 12 Nov 1705 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
to Sara Roelofse SCHENCK
Birth: 28 Jan 1685/86 Flatlands, Long Island, NY
Death: 1 Nov 1727 Middletown, Monmouth, NJ

Removed to the vicinity of Freehold, Monmouth County,
New Jersey, as early as 1709.

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pgs. 78, 81; Miles, p. 8.

8) Jan Willemse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 6 Apr 1681 Flatlands, Kings County, New York
Marriage[1]: 1704, to Jacoba VAN DERVEER
Death: 29 Dec 1756 Wickatunk, Monmouth County, NJ

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pgs. 79, 81; Miles, p. 8.



Removed from Brooklyn, New York to New Jersey prior to 1709.

DEATH: BEF 29 DEC 1756, Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ [S90]
BIRTH: 09 APR 1681, Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, NY [S6] [S90]
[S6]
PROBATE: 29 DEC 1756, Wickatunk, NJ [S418]
CHRISTENING: 11 APR 1681, Ulster, Flatbush, NY [S6]
DEATH: 1756, Wickatunk, NJ [S6]
DEATH: 29 DEC 1756, Wickatunk, NJ [S260]

9) Annetje Willemse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 13 Apr 1683 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
Death: 11 Nov 1704 Kings, Flatlands, New York
Marriage[1]: bef 1704, to Johannes ANTONIDIES
Marriage[2]: 11 Nov 1704, to Aert Williamse WILLIAMSON

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pg. 81; Miles, pgs. 8, 184.

10) William Willemse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 7 Mar 1685/86 Flatlands, Long Island, New York
Death: 19 Jan 1769 Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York
Marriage: 5 Jun 1709, to Annetje Lucasse VOORHEES

His will was dated December 10, 1757.

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pg. 81; Miles, p. 8.

11) Joris Willemse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: abt 1687
Death: WFT Est. 1677
Marriage: 26 May 1719, to Alletta LUYSTER

12) Jacomina Willemse COUWENHOVEN
Birth: 28 Dec 1689 Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York
Death: aft 1774 Freehold, New Jersey
Marriage: 5 Jun 1709, to Elbert WILLEMSEN

- Bergen, "Register. . . ", pg. 81; Miles, p. 8.

13) Sara Willense COUWENHOVEN
Birth: abt 1691 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

14) Albert Willense COUWENHOVEN
Birth: abt 1693 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

15) Jacob Willense COUWENHOVEN
Birth: abt 1695 Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York

- - Hannam GEDCOM

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Besides Bergen, Woodworth cites as another source the LDS Ancestor File.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Between 1641 and 1686. 19,95 New York, New York

General Notes:

[Source: H2907.GED]

Signed the Oath of Allegiance in 1687 in Kings County.

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Couwenhoven Family Record
This record is on a single foolscap sheet, apparently removed from a Bible. It seems to bear no relationship to several sheets of religious questions and answers in an eighteenth century hand that were acquired with itby the Rutgers University Library.
The record of Willem Couwenhoven's family appears to have been written in the late 1600's; that of Marta's in the 1700's. This may be the original of the Bible record printed in SHGM 2:353.354, "Taken from my grand-father's Marthias Conover's bible. W. Luyster," which also contains records of the family of Jacob4.

Willem Couwenhoven, son of Gerrit Wolfcrtse van Couwenhoven and Aeltie Cornelisen Cool, was ten years of age when his father's estate wassettled in 1646. He doubtless grew up in Flatlands in the home of his stepfather, Elbert Elbertse (Stoothoff), though he lived in Brooklyn at the time of his first marriage. His first wife, the widow of Cornelis Mattys, was a daughter of Joris Dircksen Brinckerhoff. His second wife was a daughter of Pieter Monfoort. Additional information concerning his family is to befound in NYGBR 7] :69, where, however, the birth date of Sara is given as27 Dece~ber 1574. Eventually, nine of Willem's children, and even he andhis wife, settled near Freehold, New Jersey.

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He was born in 1636 in perhaps Flatlands, L.I.; although his father's purchase of land there was not dated until July 26, 1638. He married Altje Brinkerhoff on March 21 1660 in Flatlands, Long Island, NY. On the earliest surviving list of members of the Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, Sep 12, 1660, appear the names of Willem Gerritse Van Couwenhoven, his first wife, and her parents. He was Magistrate of Brooklyn 1661, 1662, and 1664. Willem Gerretse, on behalf of his first wife, was one of the three heirs to the Brooklyn grant of his father-in-law, Joris Dicksen Brinckerhoff, and joined with the other heirs in selling this property on January 16, 1661. He signed a petition on May 25, 1662 in 1662 in schepen of Brooklyn. He married Jannetje Montfoort, daughter of Peter Montfoort and Saartje (Sarah) de Planken, on February 12, 1664/65 in probably Flatlands, LI. His name appears on the patent of Flatlands in 1667 and he apparently moved there about that time. He was and Elder of the Reformed Dutch church at Flatlands in 1677. He signed the oath of allegiance at some time between Sep 26-30, 1687 being called a resident of "fflackland" and native born. The Records of the Brick Church, Marlborough, Monmouth Co., NJ, originally known as the Reformed Church of Freehold of the Navasink, begin in 1709 and show that in that year seven children of Willem Gerretse were already members of that congregation namely, Cornelis, Pieter, Albert, Jan, Jacob, Neeltje (Nelke), and Sara. In 1717, two other children appear as members, Annetje (Autie) and Jacomina (Jockamiinke). It was not until 1721 that the church shows as members "Willem Ger Kowvenhoven and his wife," and since the wife, Jannetje (Janneke), appears alone on the list in 1723, it seems possible that Willem Gerretse died between 1721 and 1723. He sold his farm in Flatlands to his son William, Nov 1, 1709 and is supposed to have spent his last years among his children in Monmouth County, NJ. He died between 1721 and 1723. The existence of the original Bible of Willem Gerrete, with his own record of his marriages and the births of his children, states that he married "Altieu Yoris" in the year 1660. She was Altje, daughter of Joris Dickerson Brinkerhoff, and was the widow of Cornelis Mattys (Mathiews). She died on June 3, 1663, and Willem Gerretse married secondly, on February 12, 1665, "Jannetie Peters," who was Jannetje, daughter of Peter Montfoort. She was baptized as Jannetje on May 8, 1646, in the D. R. Church of New Amsterdam.

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 78, 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 1, 7.

Wm and his family settled in Monmouth Co., NJ. His children and their spouses were communicants in Brich Church as follows:
1709--Nelke, Jan, Cornelius, Albert, Jacob, Sarah and Peter. 1717--Jacominca.
1724: Johanna. 1731: Joris. This information, children and spouses was obtained
from Book Three, Family Notes, by S. M. Schenck 1890's which is in my file.

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[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

Willaim Gerretse COUWENHOVEN was born in 1636 in perhaps Flatlands, L.I. [1] [3], although his father's purchase of land there was not dated until July 26, 1638. He married Altje Brinkerhoff on March 21, 1660 in Flatlands, Long Island, NY. On the earliest surviving list of members of the Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, Sep 12, 1660 [6], appear the names of Willem Gerritse Van Couwenhoven, his first wife, and her parents. He was Magistrate of Brooklyn 1661 [1], 1662, and 1664. On 16 Jan 1661 he sold his father-in-law's property [7]. Willem Gerretse, on behalf of his first wife, was one of the three heirs to the Brooklyn grant of his father-in-law, Joris Dicksen Brinckerhoff, and joined with the other heirs in selling this property on January 16, 1661. He signed a petition on May 25, 1662 in 1662 in schepen of Brooklyn [8] [9].

He married Jannetje MONTFOORT, daughter of Peter MONTFOORT and Saartje (Sarah) de Planken, on February 12, 1664/65 in probably Flatlands, LI. His name appears on the patent of Flatlands in 1667and he apparently moved there about that time [1]. He was and Elder of the Reformed Dutch church at Flatlands in 1677 [1]. He signed the oath of allegiance at some time between Sep 26-30, 1687 being called a resident of "fflackland" and native born. The Records of the Brick Church, Marlborough, Monmouth Co., NJ, originally known as the Reformed Church of Freehold of the Navasink, begin in 1709 and show that in that year [1] [10] seven children of Willem Gerretse were already members of that congregation, namely,

Cornelis, Pieter, Albert, Jan, Jacob, Neeltje (Nelke), and Sara.

In 1717, two other children appear as members, Annetje (Autie) and Jacomina (Jockamiinke).

It was not until 1721 that the church shows as members 'Willem Ger Kowvenhoven and his wife,' and since the wife, Jannetje (Janneke), appears alone on the list in 1723, it seems possible that Willem Gerretse died between 1721 and 1723 [1] [2].

He sold his farm in Flatlands to his son William, Nov 1, 1709 and is supposed to have spent his last years among his children in Monmouth County, NJ. He died between 1721 and 1723. The existence of the original Bible of Willem Gerrete, with his own record of his mar- riages and the births of his children [1], states that he married 'Altieu Yoris' in the year 1660. She was Altje, daughter of Joris Dickerson Brinkerhoff, and was the widow of Cornelis Mattys (Mathiews). She died on June 3, 1663, and Willem Gerretse married secondly, on February 12, 1665, 'Jannetie Peters,' who was Jannetje, daughter of Peter Montfoort [1]. She was baptized as Jannetje on May 8, 1646, in the D. R. Church of New Amsterdam.

- Bergen, Miles.

[1] Genealogies of L.I. Families; Bergen. p. 210. Dave Conover also gives as sources for this fact: NJmis, 2:353; BDC 20; Rec 7:153; Doc Hist Dutch Cong of Oyster Bay 347
[2] Miles, Monmouth Families.
[3] N.Y.G. & B.R, Apr 1933, p. 107.
[4] N.Y.G. & B.R, Vol 122, N 3, p 146.
[5] Kelly.
[6] Bergen. pp. 80, 133 [7] Ibid., p. 49. [8] Ibid., p. 80. [9] Stile. [10] Brick Church Mem.

Dave Conover gives as additional sources:

KCo, 78, 80
HOT, 437

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1625. 20,21,67,77 Flatbush, New York

• Alt. Birth: Jul 1636. 19 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Birth: 1636. 99,104,105 Manhatten, NY

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1636. 20,21,67,77 Of Brooklyn, New York

• Alt. Death: 3 Jan 1663. 19 Monmouth, New Jersey

• Alt. Death: Between 1721 and 1723. 20

• Alt. Death: Abt 1722. 21 Monmouth, New Jersey

• Alt. Death: Abt 1728, Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. 77

• Fact 1: 1728. 17 Sisser also calls him Willem Gerretsen

• Fact 2: One source (unknown) gives date of death as January 03, 1662/63

• Fact 3: 106 Possibly died in 1724

• Fact 4: Possibly died in 1727

• Fact 5: 1728. Probably a judge

Children from this marriage were:

+ 15 F    i. Aeltje Willemse Couwenhoven 7,8 was born on 14 Dec 1665 in Flatlands, Kings, New York,77,107 died about 1690 in Flatlands, Kings, New York67 about age 25, and was buried in Flatbush, Kings, New York.107

+ 16 F    ii. Neeltje Willemse Couwenhoven was born on 7 Feb 1669 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 1 Feb 1755 in Freehold, New Jersey at age 85.

+ 17 M    iii. Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven 77 was born on 12 Feb 167177 and died about 1755 in Freehold, New Jersey67 about age 84.

+ 18 M    iv. Cornelis Willemse Vankouwenhoven 19 was born on 20 Nov 1672,67 died on 16 May 1736 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 63, and was buried after 16 May 1736 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.108

+ 19 F    v. Sara Williamse Van Couwenhoven 109 was born on 27 Dec 1674,110 was baptized on 6 Jan 1675, died on 31 Jan 1761 in Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Cty, New Jersey23 at age 86, and was buried after 31 Jan 1761 in Holmdel Cemetery and Mausoleum, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.90

+ 20 M    vi. Albert Williamse Van Couwenhoven 8,79 was born on 6 Dec 1676 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York and died on 13 Sep 1748 in West Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Cty, New Jersey23 at age 71.

+ 21 M    vii. Jacob Williamse Van Couwenhoven 109 was born on 29 Jan 1679 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York,23 died on 4 Jun 1744 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey23 at age 65, and was buried in Golden Cemetery, Middletown, , New Jersey.

+ 22 M    viii. Jan Willemse Couwenhoven was born on 6 Apr 1681 in Flatlands, Kings, New York, was baptized on 9 Apr 1681 in Flatlands, Long Island, , New York,111 and died on 29 Dec 1756 in Wickatunk, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 75.

+ 23 F    ix. Annatje Conover 21 was born in 1683 in Flatlands, Kings, New York21 and died on 11 Nov 1704 in Kings, Flatlands, New York at age 21.

+ 24 M    x. William Willemse Couwenhoven 8,79,112 was born on 7 Mar 1686 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York23 and died on 19 Jan 1769 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York23 at age 82.

   25 M    xi. Joris Willemse Couwenhoven was born about 1687 and died WFT Est 1677-1765 about age -10. Other names for Joris were George Cowenhoven and Joris Cowenhoven.

Joris married Aletta Luyster,113 daughter of Capt. Cornelis Pieterse Luyster 114 and Sarah Catharine Nevius,113 on 26 May 1719.23 Aletta died WFT Est 1677-1772. Another name for Aletta was Alletta Luyster.

+ 26 F    xii. Jacomina Willemse Couwenhoven was born on 28 Dec 1689 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York and died after 1774 in Freehold, New Jersey.

12. Jan Pieterse Monfoort 7,8,9,10,16,36,78,79,80,81,82 was born in Feb 1648 in Nieuw Amersfoort (Ltr Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY),16,83 was baptized on 23 Feb 1648 in Dutch Reformed Church, Nieuw Amsterdam (Ltr Manhatten, New York, NY),16,36,78 and died between 29 Aug 1720 and 24 Jun 1745.84 Other names for Jan were John Monfoort,7,8,36,78,79,84 John Or Jan Monfort Jan Monfortt, Jan Maffoort, Jan Montfoort,7,8,36,49,78, and79 Jan Pieterse Montfoort.84

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel Schillinger]

He was a farmer in 1678 in Flatlands, Kings County, Long Island, NY. He resided in 1680 in Jamaica, Long Island, NY, where he had an allotted lot and bought land in 1686/87. He resided on 3 Jun 1686 in Flatlands, Kings County, Long Island, NY, where he paid for his wife's grave in 1707.

- Genealogies of L.I. Families

Jan Pieterse MONFOORT was a farmer in Flatlands. He bought land in Jamaica and also at Great Neck in Queens Co. Jan was lieut. of troop in Flatlands in 1700, and with his wife were members of the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatlands. Probably removed to and died on his Great Neck purchase. Will dated 27 Aug 1720; probated 24 Oct 1745, recorded in p. 380, Lib. 15, NY Surrogate office. Had 8 children, 4 of each sex, including Peter of Redding, Hunterdon Co., NJ.

- Bergen

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The name of John MONFOORT appears on the Hempstead [Nassau Co., Long Island] records in 1707. He signed a will on 29 Aug 1720, named his wife Ida, also a daughter Sarah who married Peter (Jan) Luyster. He had an estate probated on 24 Jun 1745.

- Spell

Besides Bergen, Woodworth cites as another source the LDS Ancestor File.

The Registers of the Reformed Dutch Church of Nieuw Amsterdam include the following entry in the year 1648:

"23 Feb; Pieter Montfoort; Jan; Philip Graer and his wife, Geleyn Corn. and his wife"

that is, this data is laid out in order as follows: the date of the christening; the parents; the child; and the witnesses.

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[Source: Monfort Family 12_99.FTW, Elias Riggs Monfort III]

prob. dead by 21 Jan 1727
Jan dropped the "t" in Montfoort for his children beginning in 1

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[Source: Abstracts of Wills, Vol IV, 1744-1753, p. 41]

Page 384.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN MONFOORT, of Madnan's Neck, in Hempstead, in Queen's County, yeoman, being at present somewhat indisposed in body. I leave to my wife, Yda Monfoort, my whole estate, real and personal, during her life or widowhood. After her death or marriage, I leave to my eldest son Peter œ25, for my son's birthright. And all the rest to my beloved children, Peter, Abraham, Sarah, Aeltie, Susanah, Jacobus, and Sannettie. I make my sons Peter and Abraham executors.

Dated August 29, 1720. Witnesses, Susanah Van Wyck, Nicholas Berrien, Peter Berrien. Proved, June 24, 1745.

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 210]

Jan (Pieterse), bp. Feb. 23, 1648; m. 1st Geertje Pieters; m. 2d, May 17, 1687, Ida dau. of Abm Jorise Brinckerhoff of Newtown; d. 1737. Farmer in Flds. Bought land in Ja and also at Great Neck in Queens Co. He was lieut. of troop in Flds in 1700; and with his w. mem. of R. D. ch. of said town in 1677. Probably removed to and d. on his Great Neck purchase. Will da. Aug. 27, 1720; pro. Oct. 24, 1745; rec. p. 380, Lib. 15, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Sara, b. Feb. 28, 1696, m. May 11, 1718, Peter Luyster; Aeltje or Attie, bp. Aug. 28, 1698; Peter of Redding, Hunterdon Co., N. J., b. 1700; Susanna, b. 1703, m. Nov. 9, 1720, Roelof Martense Schenck of Flds; Jacob or Jacobus of Great Neck; Lammetje; and Abraham of Hempstead.

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NOTE: Harry Macy, Jr., in his 1991 article, "Sara (DePlanck) Monfort", page 148, throws doubt on Bergen's claim of a first marriage to Geetje Pieters. In a footnote (see below), Macy wrote:

" 8 Bergen erroneously attributed a first wife Geertje Pieters to Jan3, apparently because their names appeared opposite each other on the Flatbush church list (see Note 7, above). When Jan married in 1687, the register clearly calls him "young man" (Flat.Fr.Marrs. 1:29). Bergen compounded matters by also making a Geertje Pietersen (sic) the wife of Jan1 Monfort (KCo. 210). Mrs. John H. Spell, in her "Pieter Cornelis Luyster of the Poor Bowery and His Descendants" (MS., 1955, NYG&BS Library), effectively eliminates Geertje Pieters as the wife of either Jan. It is likely that both Geertje and Willemtje Pieters (Note 7) were sisters of Marretje Pieters Luyster, who married Pieter3 Monfort, but they themselves had no connection to the Monforts."

I believe both Macy (and Bergen before him) may have confused two individuals both of whom were named Jan Monfoort. Bergen was almost certainly wrong when he attributed Geertje Pieters to Jan Pieterse Monfoort, husband of Ida Brinckerhoff. In my opinion, Macy was correct in that regard. However, I don't believe Macy has conclusively proven that the first Jan, son of Brisse, did not marry Geertje Pieterse (Luyster). I think this needs to be researched further.

-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 12 March 2014

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 115 Sisser, p. 10 (baptism date: 23 Feb 1648)

• Fact 2: 115 Sisser, p. 10 (source for death date and place)

• Fact 3: 30,68 Possible year of death: 1737

• Fact 4: 62 Bruce Woodworth gives his year of death as 1737 in Hempstead, NY

• Fact 5: 23 Feb 1648. St. Nickolas Rdc, New York, New York, NY

• Fact 6: 68 Will: 29 August 1720

• Fact 7: 68 Probate: 24 June 1745

• Religion: 49 Protestant

• Alt. Christening: 23 Feb 1648. 49 Saint Nicholas', Church in the Fort, New Amsterdam

• Alt. Death: Abt 1723. 49,84 Hempstead, Long Island, NY

• Alt. Death: 1723. 7,8,9,13 Hempstead, Queens County, New York

• Alt. Death: 1723. 8,49,82 Madman's Nook, Long Island

• Alt. Death: 1737. 7,8,16,80,83,116 Hempstead, Nassau Co., Long Island, NY

• Alt. Death: 24 Oct 1745. 8,79

Jan married Ida Abrahams Brinckerhoff,7,8,9,79,82,117,118,119,120 daughter of Abraham Jorisen Brinckerhoff 97,117,118,121,122,123,124,125 and Aeltje Stryker,97,118,121,125,126,127,128 on 17 May 1687 in Flatbush, Long Island, New York.8.,79.,82 Ida was born about 1668 in Amersfoort (Flatlands), Long Island, , New York, was baptized in 1668,97 and died in Jan 1728 in Hempstead, Queens, New York13 about age 60. Other names for Ida were Ida Brinckerhoff,7,8,49,79,97,117,121,129 Ida A. Brinckerhoff,7,8,79,117, and130 Ida Joris Brinckerhoff Ida Abrams Brinckerhoff.

Marriage Notes:

{Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

A primary source, the Parish Registers of the Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church, states that Jan MONTFORT, young man residing at Jamaica, and Ida Abrahams, young lady residing at Newtown, were betrothed on 17 May 1687. In the convention of the day this language means that Jan MONTFORT was not previously married.

This seems to be tension with Teunis Bergen's statements that:
1) Jan Pietersz MONTFORT was married first to Geertje Pieters,
2) and then married Ida BRINKERHOFF on 17 May 1687.

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The following is the will of Jan Pieterse MONFOORT,

"In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN MONFOORT, of Madnan's Neck, in Hempstead, in Queen's County, yeoman, being at present somewhat indisposed in body. I leave to my wife, Yda Monfoort, my whole estate, real and personal, during her life or widowhood. After her death or marriage, I leave to my eldest son Peter £25, for my son's birthright. And all the rest to my beloved children, Peter, Abraham, Sarah, Aeltie, Susanah, Jacobus, and Sannettie. I make my sons Peter and Abraham executors.

Dated August 29, 1720.
Witnesses, Susanah Van Wyck, Nicholas Berrien1, Peter Berrien.
Proved, June 24, 1745."

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[1] This is probably the Nicholas Berrien who was the second husband of Yda [BRINCKERHOFF) MONFOORT's sister, Sarah Abramse (see Bergen, Early Settlers of Kings Co., L.I., NY; p. 48.). - D.E. Schillinger

Bergen, as cited by Woodworth.

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One source gives place of marriage as Jamaica, NY, as cited by Hannam.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Comment 1: Jan Monfoort was 20 years older than Ida

• Alt. Marriage: 17 May 1687. 8,79 Brooklyn, New York

• Alt. Marriage: 27 May 1687. 8,79 Jamaica, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Marriage: 3 Jun 1687. 8,79 Flatlands Reformed Church

General Notes:

[Source: Monfort Family 12_99.FTW, Elias Riggs Monfort III]

prob dead by 30 Apr 1727

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 115 Sisser, p. 10 (birthdate: about 1668)

• Fact 2: 131 Sisser, p. 10 (deathdate: about January 1728)

• Fact 3: 17 Sisser: Jan and Ida had 7 children

• Fact 4: 132 Sisser: Also known as "Ida Abrahams young dame residing at Newton."

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1668. 8,79 Nieuw Amersfoort (ltr Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY)

• Alt. Birth: 1668. 49 Brooklyn (Flatlands) N.Y.

• Alt. Death: After 21 May 1725, Hempstead, Long Island, , New York. 49

Children from this marriage were:

   27 M    i. Johanes Monfort died after 11 Mar 1747.

+ 28 M    ii. Peter Monfort 17,49,91,133 was born in 1689 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York13 and died in May 1780 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey134 at age 91.

+ 29 M    iii. Abraham Monfort 135,136,137 was born about 1693 of Hempstead, Long Island135 and died in Aug 175049 about age 57.

+ 30 F    iv. Sara Monfoort was born on 28 Feb 1696 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,138 was baptized on 29 Mar 1696,49 and died on 7 Feb 175749,138 at age 60.

+ 31 F    v. Aeltie Montfoort was born in 1698,49,138 was baptized on 28 Aug 1698,49,115 and died WFT Est 1726-1792138 at age 28.

+ 32 F    vi. Susannah Montfoort was born in 1703,49,115 was baptized on 30 Mar 1703,49 and died on 1 Dec 174849,115 at age 45.

   33 M    vii. Jacobus Monfort 49 was born in 1705 in probably at Jamaica or Hempstead, Long Island, New York138 and died in Aug 1769 in Hempstead, Queens Co., Long Island, NY139 at age 64. Other names for Jacobus were Jacobus Monfoort and49 Jacobus Monfort.

General Notes:

[Source: The Hannam Genealogy, compiled by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.]

Based on a will, dated 27 May 1769, of Jacobus Monfort, it is possible that I (and Teunis Bergen) have the children of Jacobus's brother, Peter, listed as Jacobus's children. In his will, he mentioned no children but only his wife, Elshe.
John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.
31 January 1999

Update, 16 March 2003: I have assigned those children to Pieter Monfoort, Jacobus' brother. This has created new problems as there are now several duplicate children's names with seemingly inconsistent marriage information (e.g. Jacob and Jacobus) and several children that were not mentioned as children of Pieter in the will of Jacobus. Perhaps I can find a will of Pieter or Margrietje Monfoort to clear things up ...
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 16 March 2003
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[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771, page 273]

Page 97.--In the name of God, Amen. May 27, 1769. I, JACOBUS MONFORT, of Hempsted, in Queens County, being sick and infirm. I leave to my wife Elshe œ500, and 2 young negroes, "Bell and Ben," and two best feather beds, and my riding chair and best horse, and bed linnen, and œ25 worth of household goods, at her choice for her to keep house with; Also 9 Silver Table spoons and 6 Tea spoons; "Also œ12, to purchase a new Riding Chair." I leave to Mary, wife of Luke Cummins, œ10; To my cousin, John Monfort, all my wearing apparell; To my brother Peter 10 shillings, "to cut him from being Heir to my estate"; To Martin Schenck, Sr., a negro boy. All the rest to be sold by executors, and all debts and legacies paid, and I leave the remainder to my brother Peter's children, viz., Ida, John, Conneghty, Sarah, Peter, Abram, and Jacobus, And to the children of my brother Abraham, viz., Mary, Ida, Ann, and Peter, And to Peter Leyster's children, viz., Winne, John, Peter, Jacobus, Sarah, Jenny, and Alke, And to the children of Abraham Garrison, viz., Garret, Charity, and John, And to the children of Roeloff Schenck, viz., Marten, Ida, Elizabeth, Nelly, John, Abram, Sarah, and Peter. I make my cousin, John Monfort, and John Leyster, of Cedar Swamp, and Abraham Schenck, son of Roeloff, executors.

Witnesses, Roeloff Schenck, Mary Seaman, Luke Cummins. Proved, August 12, 1769.

Jacobus married Elsie Onderdonk,49,115,140 daughter of Adriaen Onderdonk 142 and Sara Snedeker,142,143 after 20 Sep 1740.141 Elsie was born on 10 Jul 1720 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,140 died on 31 Jan 1796140 at age 75, and was buried in Clarkstown, Rockland, New York.140 Other names for Elsie were Elshe \\ and144 Elshe Onderdonk.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: After 27 May 1769. 144

Jacobus next married Maria Onderdonk,141 daughter of Judge Andries Onderdonk 145,146 and Geertruy Lott,140,146,147 before 20 Sep 1740.141 Maria was born on 10 Mar 1707 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York141 and died on 20 Sep 1740141 at age 33.

   34 F    viii. Lammetje Montfoort was born about 170749 and died after 1728. Other names for Lammetje were Lammatie Monfoort, Lammetje Monfoort, and Lammetje Monfort.

13. Pieter Pieterse Monfort 7,8,85 was born on 21 Jun 1652 in The Wallabout, Flatlands, New York,23 was baptized on 21 Jul 1652 in Dutch Reformed Church, Nieuw Amsterdam (Ltr Manhatten, New York, NY),78,86 and died on 2 Jun 1726 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York7,8,23 at age 73. Other names for Pieter were Pieter Pieterse Monfoort, Pietrus Monfoort, Pieter Montfoort,7,8,85 Pieter Montfort 7,8., and85

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]]

He resided in 1676 in Flatlands, Kings Co., Long Island, NY.

He was a member about 1678 at the Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Kings Co., Long Island, NY.

In 1687 he resided in Pur Land, Cow Neck.

In 1687 he took the Oath of Allegiance at Flatlands, Kings Co., Long Island, NY.

He was a farmer in 1699.

- Genealogies of L.I. Families.

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Hannam GEDCOM spells his surname 'MONFORT.'

Woodworth cites as his source the LDS Ancestor File, Oakland.

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Hannam GEDCOM only gives dod.

The Registers of the Reformed Dutch Church of Nieuw Amsterdam include the following entry in the year 1652:

"21 Jul; Pieter Montfoort; Pieter; Enoch de Clerq, Philip le Graet, Sara Rapalje, Heyltie
Pieters."

that is, this data is laid out in order as follows: the date of the christening; the parents; the
child; and the witnesses.

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[Source: Monfort Family 12_99.FTW]

Pieter appears to be first to use the current spelling of "Monfort"

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, pp. 210, 211]

Pieter Pieterse, bp. July 21, 1652; m. Marretje Pieterse Luyster. Took the oath of allegiance in Flds in 1687 as a native; mem. of the ch. in 1677; on. ass rolls of said town of 1675 and '83; and lieut. of foot in 1700, as per p. 800 of Doc. of Col. His. Bought about 104 A. at Cow Neck in Queens Co. in 1707. Issue:--Antie, b. May 1, 1677; Sara, b. June 15, 1679, m. Isaac Remsen; Pieter, b. Feb. 16, 1681; Cornelis, b. Mar. 9, 1684, d. young; Elbert, b. Jan. 27, 1687; Cornelis, b. Apl. 25, 1694; Jacobus; Jan; and (sup.) Samuel. Signed his name "Peter Monfoort."

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 21 Jul 1652. 23 Wallabout, Long Island

• Alt. Christening: 21 Jul 1652. 49 Saint Nicholas', Church in the Fort, New Amsterdam

• Alt. Christening: 21 Jul 1652. 86,92 Dutch Reformed Church, Nieuw Amsterdam (ltr Manhatten, New York City, NY)

• Alt. Death: 2 Jun 1726. 7,8,23 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Fact 1: 23 GEN. LI FAM. VOL I, PAGE 598. NO. 4

• Fact 2: 21 Jul 1652. St Nicholas Rdc, New York, New York, NY

• Fact 3: 21 Jul 1652. 23,115 Baptism Date - New Amsterdam, New Netherlands

• Fact 4: 23 Also see DE PLANCK FAMILY

• Fact 5: Probable/possible birth date: 21 June 1652

• Fact 6: Possible birth date: 21 July 1652 (probably baptism date)

• Fact 7: 30,148 Took the oath of allegiance at Flatlands in 1687

• Fact 8: 33 Bought about 104 acres at Cow Neck in 1707

• Fact 9: 33 Pieter and wife, Marretje, were members of the Flatlands Church

• Military: 1700. 149 Lieutenant of Foot

• Religion: 49 Protestant

Pieter married Marretje Pieters Luyster,49 daughter of Pieter Cornelise Luyster 34 and Aeltien Tyssen, in 1676 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.23.,115 Marretje was born WFT Est 1639-1665 in Holland and died in Jun 172649 at age 87. Other names for Marretje were Marretje,7,8 Marratje Petrus Luyster,49 Marretje Pieterse Luyster Marretje Pieters, and Marretje Lyster.49

Noted events in her life were:

• Religion: 49 Protestant

• Alt. Death: Abt 1726. 49

Children from this marriage were:

   35 F    i. Antie Monfoort was born on 1 May 1677 in Kings, New York and died WFT Est 1678-1771 at age 1. Other names for Antie were Antje Monfoort and Antie Monfort.

   36 F    ii. Sarah Montfoort 8,79,95,150 was born on 15 Jun 1679 in Kings, New York and died WFT Est 1705-1773 at age 26. Other names for Sarah were Sarah Monfoort, Sarah Monfort 8,79,95. and150

Sarah married Isaac Remsen Van Derbeek,8,79,95,150 son of Rem Jansen Vanderbeeck and Jannetje Jorise Rapalje,8,79,150,152 in 1699 8,79.,95.,150.,151 Isaac was born on 4 Sep 16728,79,150 and died on 5 Jul 1750-21 Mar 1758 at age 77. Another name for Isaac was Isaac Remsen Isaac Remen.

General Notes:

[Source: New York City Wills, 1754-1760]

Page 473.--In the name of God, Amen. I, ISAAC REMSEN, of Brookland, in Kings County, yeoman, being sick and weak. All debts to be fully and truly paid. I leave to my wife Hendrycke ?30 yearly during her life, Also a room in the house where I now live, "if she has a minde to ye same." I leave to my sons Jacob and Joris all the lands on the south east side of the highway leading to New York ferry, Also 3 acres of woodland lying between the woodland of Jeremias Remsen and the woodland of Jacob Duryee, Also 5 acres of woodland lying between the woodland of Jeronimus Rapalye and Rem Martsen, Also a half lot of meadow lying at the New Lots in the limits of Flatbush, Also a piece of meadow of 7 acres lying in Bushwick, adjoining the land of (???) Claes, And they are to pay ?1,200, viz., to the children of my sons ?100 a year till paid. I leave to my son, Rem Remsen, all the land, meadow, and swamp on the north west side of the way, being the place I now live upon, Also the east end of my dwelling house and 1/2 of my barn, and he is to pay ?300. I leave to my son, Joris Remsen, the west end of my dwelling house and 1/2 of my barn. I leave to my sons, Isaac Remsen and John Remsen, all the land on which they now live at Oyster Bay, in Queens County. Isaac is to have all the south part and John the north part, and they are to pay (with what they have paid) ?1,030 in 6 annual payments, "And my son Isaac is to pay ?40 more than John, by reason of the buildings he possesses." I leave to my daughter Hendrycke ?70 for an outset such as her sisters have had. I leave to my daughters, Janettie, wife of John Noordstrant, Catrina, wife of John Boerum, and Hendricke, ?200 each. All the rest of my estate I leave to my sons, Rem, Isaac, John, Jacob, and Joris. I make my sons Rem and Joris executors.
Dated July 5, 1750. Witnesses, Folkert Rapalye, Abraham Van Ende, Cornelius Berrien, Jr. Proved, March 21, 1758.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 4 Sep 1673. 95,151 Brooklyn, Kings, New York

• Alt. Birth: 16 Sep 1673.

• Alt. Death: Bef 1758. 95

+ 37 M    iii. Pieter Pieterse Monfoort was born on 16 Feb 1681 in New York, was baptized on 27 Feb 1681,49 and died in 1773 at age 92.

   38 M    iv. Cornelius Monfoort was born on 9 Mar 1684 in Flatlands, Kings, New York and died in 1689 at age 5. Other names for Cornelius were Cornelis Pieterse Monfoort and Cornelius Monfort.

General Notes:

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 209]

MONFORT, CORNELIS (s. of Pieter Pieterse and Marretje), b. Apl. 25, 1694, in Flds; m. 1720 Maria or Marretje(???). Will da. Aug. 29, 1765; pro. Dec. 4, 1770; rec. p. 424, Lib. 27, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Petrus, bp. 1722, m. Dec. 4, 1747, Cornelia Nortwyck; Cornelius, bp. 1725; Marytie, bp. 1727, m. Oct. 1, 1748, Wm Johnson of Gd; and Elbert, bp. 1729. Suppose he removed to Fishkill Plains, Dutchess Co., about 1740; and that he is the ancestor of the Monforts in that vicinity.

+ 39 M    v. Elbert Peterse Monfort 153,154 was born on 27 Jan 1687 in Flatlands, Kings, New York and died between 27 Dec 1725 and 1 Mar 1726.49

   40 F    vi. Stintje Monfoort 155 was born on 20 Apr 1689.49,155 Another name for Stintje was Stentie Monfort.155

   41 F    vii. Antje Monfoort 155 was born on 20 Mar 1691.17,49 Another name for Antje was Antir March Monfort.155

+ 42 M    viii. Cornelis Monfort 136 was born on 25 Apr 1694 in Flatlands, Kings, New York155 and died in 1765 in Most Likely: Fishkill, New York23 at age 71.

+ 43 M    ix. Jacobus Pieterse Monfoort was born on 6 Oct 1696 in Flatlands, Kings, New York155 and died on 20 Oct 1776 in Cedar Swamp, Queens, NY at age 80.

+ 44 M    x. John Monfoort 33 was born on 7 Feb 1702 in Flatlands, Kings, New York and died on 3 Jan 1755155 at age 52.

14. Sara Pieterse Monfoort 7,8,9,10,13,35,41,42,86,87 was born before 2 Apr 1656 in Wallabout, Kings, New York,7,8,9 was baptized on 2 Apr 1656 in Dutch Reformed Church, Wallabout, Breukelen (Ltr Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, NY),72,78,86,88 died on 31 Dec 1704 in Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY,72,88,89 and was buried after 31 Dec 1704 in Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.90 Other names for Sara were Sarah Monfoort Sara(H) Montfoort, Sarah Monfoort,7,8,35,45,86 Sara Montfoort 7,8,35,49., and86

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Sarah Pieterse Van Montfort Wyckoff

Birth: Apr. 2, 1656
Long Island City
Queens County
New York, USA
Death: Dec. 31, 1704
Flatlands
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA

Sarah Pieterse Van Montfoort
1656-1704

Sarah Pieterse Van Montfoort, age 48, died on December 31, 1704. The records of Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church shows Dec. 31, 1704, the entry "Claes Wyckoff for grave and shroud for his wife 24 fl (orins)."

Sarah was born on April 02, 1656 to Pieter Van Monfoort (1616-1661) and Sarah De Plancken (1615-1684) in Long Island City, Queens, New York. She was baptized on April 2nd, 1656 at the Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church.

She married Nicholas Pieterse Wyckoff in 1672 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Together they had six children: Pieter, born 1675; Jacobus, baptized September 30, 1676; died 1719; Nicholas, baptized Feb 16, 1679; died young; Sara, baptized Feb. 27 1681; married John Ammerman/Amberman; Cornelius, baptized Aug 5 1683; and Antie who died July 15, 1766; married Sept. 16, 1713; Stephen Janse Schencke, born January 22, 1686, died Nov. 6, 1768. They had 10 Children.

Sarah Pieterse Van Montfoort Amberman was buried at Flatlands Reformed Dutch Church Cemetery with her husband Nicholas Pieterse Wyckoff.
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The surname of MONTFORT was a locational name 'of de Mountfort' a spot in Normandy. The name was brought to England in the wake of the Norman Conquest of 1066. A locational name usually denoted where a man held his land, and indicated where he actually lived. The original bearer would take his name from the village, town or the area where he dwelt. This name would identify his whole family, and would follow them wherever they moved. Following the Crusades in Europe a need was felt for a family name. This was recognized by those of noble blood, who realised the prestige and practical advantage that it would add to their status. Early records of the name mention Simon de Monteforde, 1273, County Nottingham. Henry Mountfort was documented during the reign of Edward III (1327-1377). The acquisition of surnames in Europe during the past eight hundred years has been affected by many factors, including social class and social structure, naming practices in neighbouring cultures, and indigenous cultural tradition. On the whole, the richer and more powerful classes tended to acquire surnames earlier than the working classes and the poor, while surnames were quicker to catch on in urban areas than in more sparsely populated rural areas. These facts suggest that the origin of surnames is associated with the emergence of bureaucracies. As long as land tenure, military service, and fealty were matters of direct relationship between a lord and his vassals, the need did not arise for fixed distinguishing epithets to mark out one carl from another. But as societies became more complex, and as such matters as the management of tenure and in particular the collection of taxes were delegated to special functionaries, it became imperative to have a more complex system of nomenclature to distinguish one individual from another reliably and unambiguously. Later instances of the name include a John Mountford of County Warwickshire who registered at Oxford University in the year 1586 and Fredric Steward and Abigall Mondeford were married at St. Michael, Cornhill, London in the year 1621.

Family links:
Spouse:
Nicholas Clausen Pieterse Wyckoff (1646 - 1714)

Children:
Sara Wyckoff Amberman (1681 - 1747)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery
Brooklyn
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA

Created by: Shirley Amberman Guenett...
Record added: Feb 04, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 124611671

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 2 Apr 1651. 7,8,10 (New Amsterdam, , New York)

• Alt. Birth: 21 Jul 1652. 156 (too close to brother)

• Alt. Birth: 2 Apr 1656. 23 The Wallabout, Long Island

• Alt. Birth: After 2 Apr 1656. 23,87

• Alt. Christening: 49 Saint Nicholas', Church in the Fort, New Amsterdam

• Alt. Christening: 2 Apr 1656. 86,88,92,157 Reformed Dutch Church, Nieuw Amsterdam (ltr Manhatten, New York City, NY)

• Religion: 49 Protestant

Sara married Nicholas Pieterse Wyckoff,7,8,9,10,35,41,42,87,89,158 son of Peter Clasen Wyckoff 22,159,160,161 and Gretie Van Ness,22,159,160,161 about 1672 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.7.,8 Nicholas was born about 1646 in Beverswyck, Albany, New York,155 died after 24 Feb 1715 in Flatlands, Long Island, , New York,10 and was buried after 24 Feb 1715 in Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.90 Other names for Nicholas were Claes Pieterse Wyckoff, Claes Pietersen Wyckoff,7,8,35,49,89,158 Nicholas Wyckoff 7,8,35,45,89., and158

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

In addition to the children shown, the Hannam GEDCOM adds the following child between Cornelis and Antje:

(Stillborn) WYCKOFF, b. abt Apr 1685, gender unknown.

Sources which gives only dom of 1672:

- Steve Oberlin, Hannam GEDCOM

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LDS Ancestor file, Oakland gives only: dom of abt 1672.



Steve Oberlin gives only: 1672 dom.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Between 1672 and 1674. 7,8 Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1674. 155

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

"There is a deed to Claes WYCKOFF dated May 13, 1690, from Pieter Cornelissen Luyster and his wife Jannetie Pietersen, of a farm property in Flatlands, L. I., for a consideration of £637, 7 shillings. Another deed dated May 21, 1703 takes title from the heirs of Pieter Claesen, of lands, consideration £100. His last known document, found in the old WYCKOFF house, is a deed dated Feb. 24 1714/15, to his son Pieter WYCKOFF of Middletown, County of Monmouth, N. J., consideration £425, of 48 acres in Flatlands, also a house, barn, orchard, etc. The mark of Claes in signing documents is an anchor, flukes upward." - The WYCKOFF Family in America.

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He resided in Flatlands, Kings County, Long Island, NY.

- Genealogies of L.I. Families

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[Source: Brøderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #0972, Date of Import: Mar 12, 1999]

? of year of death in Wyckoff Book 2/24/1714 or 1715.
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R. Pyne Website Links give:

BIRTH: 1654, , Albany, New York

DEATH: 24 FEB 1714/1715, Flatlands, Kings, Long Island,New York

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[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, page 190]

(3) Nicholas, b. 1654; d. after 1727; m., 1674, Sara, dau. of Peter Monfort. He was owner of a large farm in the town of Flatlands. Children:

13. Peter, b. 1675; d. 1759; m. (1), 1699, (???); (2) Anne Elizabeth (???). Lived and died on Long Island (except possibly he lived a few years in Monmouth county).
14. Jacob, b. 1676; d. 1719; m., Oct. 16, 1706, Willemptje Jansen Van Voorhees.
15. Nicholas, bap. Feb. 16, 1679; d. young.
16. Sara, bap. Feb. 27, 1681.
17. Cornelius, bap. Aug. 5, 1683 (see further, infra).
18. Antje; m., Sept. 26, 1713, Stephen Janse Schenck, b. Jan. 22, 1686; d. Nov. 6, 1767.

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 394]

WYCKOFF, CLAES or NICHOLAS PIETERSE, of Flds, m. Sarah dau. of Pieter Monfoort; elder in Flds D. ch. in 1677; on ass. rolls of said town of 1675, '76, '83, and '93; cen. of 1698; and took the oath of allegiance there in 1687. Issue:--Nicholas, bp. Feb. 16, 1679; Sara, bp. Feb. 27, 1681; Cornelius Claesen, bp. Aug. 5, 1683, in Flds; (sup.) Antje, b. Aug. or Sept. 1, 1693, m. Stephen Janse Schenck; and Pieter Claesen, b. Mar. 28, 1704. Made his mark to documents.

Corneles Claesen of N. J., bp. Aug. 5, 1683; m. May 13, 1708, Adriaentje dau. of Cornelis Luyster of Newtown. Left Flds and settled at Middlebush, N. J., about 1715. Bought a tract of 600 A. at Middlebush and one of 600 A. at Three Mile Run, N. J. Was a deacon in Freehold D. ch. in 1715, and an elder in 1719, '23, and '27. Issue--John; Cornelis, who m. Catryntje (???); Peter; Hendrick; and Jacob--all of N. J. Signed his name "Corneles Wycof."

Cornelis Cornelise (s. of Cornelis Pieterse and Gertrude), bp. Dec. 19, 1694, in N. Y.; m. Sarah Duryea; d. 1757. Left N. L. and settled near Millstone, N. J. Will da. Sept. 11, 1756; pro. May 16, 1757; rec. on p. 425 of Lib. F in off. of Sec. of State of N. J. Issue:--Peter, b. May 11, 1742, m. 1st Sytie Cornell, m. 2d Jemima Veghte; Catharine, b. Dec. 25,

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[Source: findagrave.com]

Nicholas Clausen Pieterse Wyckoff

Birth: 1646
Orange County
New York, USA
Death: Feb. 24, 1714
Flatlands
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA

Nicholas Pieterse Wyckoff
1646-1715

Nicholas Pieterse Wyckoff; son of Pieter Wyckoff and Sarah Pieterse Van Montfoort, was born about 1646 at Beverwyck (Albany); died after Feb. 24, 1714/1715 ; married about 1672, Sara, daughter of Pieter Monfoort and Sarah (de Plancken). She was baptized Apr. 2, 1656; the records of Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church has Dec. 31, 1704, the entry "Claes Wyckoff for grave and shroud for his wife 24 fl (orins)."

There is a deed to Nicholas Claus Pieterse Wyckoff dated May 13, 1690 from Pieter Cornelissen Luyster and his wife Jannetie Pietersen, of a farm property of Flatlands, L.I. for a consideration of 637 pounds, 7 shillings. Another deed dated May 21 1703 takes title from the heirs of Pieter Claesen, of lands, consideration 100 pounds. His last know document, found in the old Wyckoff house, is a deed dated Feb. 24, 1714/15 to his son Pieter Wyckoff of Middletown, County of Manmouth, NJ consideration 425 pounds of 48 acres in Flatlands, also a house, barn, orchard, etc. The mark of Claes in signing documents, is an anchor, flukes upward.

Children on record;

Pieter, born 1675

Jacobus, bapt. sept 30, 1676; died 1719

Nicholas, bapt. Feb 16, 1679; died young.

Sara, bapt. Feb. 27 1681; married John Ammerman.

Cornelius, bapt. Aug 5 1683.

Antie; died July 15, 1766; married Sept. 16, 1713; Stephen Janse Schencke, born Jan 22, 1686, died Nov. 6, 1768 10 Children.

Family links:
Parents:
Pieter Claesen Wyckoff (1625 - 1694)
Grietje Corneli Van Ness Wyckoff (1627 - 1689)

Spouse:
Sarah Pieterse Van Montfort Wyckoff (1656 - 1704)*

Children:
Sara Wyckoff Amberman (1681 - 1747)*

Siblings:
Nicholas Clausen Pieterse Wyckoff (1646 - 1714)
Cornelius Pieterse Wyckoff (1656 - 1746)*
Cornelius Pieterse Wyckoff (1656 - 1746)*
Garret Pieterse Wyckoff (1662 - 1707)*
Marten Claesen Wyckoff (1663 - 1707)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery
Brooklyn
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA

Created by: Shirley Amberman Guenett...
Record added: Jun 13, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 112245945

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 155 Sisser: Gives date of death "after 1727 at Flatlands, Long Island, New York"

• Fact 2: 10 Claes Wyckoff used the anchor with flukes upward to sign documents as his mark.

• Alt. Birth: 1646. 42,72,162,163,164,165 Beverwyck (Albany)

• Alt. Death: 24 Feb 1714.

• Alt. Death: Abt 24 Feb 1714. 72,162,163,164 Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: After 1727. 7,8,9 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

Children from this marriage were:

+ 45 M    i. Peter Wyckoff was born about 1675 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York7,8,9,40,45,166,167 and died in 1759 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York7,8,9,40,45 about age 84.

   46 M    ii. Jacobus Wyckoff 7,8,155 was born in 1676 and died in 1720 at age 44.

General Notes:

[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, page 191]

(14) Jacob Wyckoff, b. 1676; d. 1719; m., Oct. 16, 1706, Willemtje Jansen Van Voorhees. He removed to Monmouth county, at the time of his marriage; was a farmer and member of Reformed Dutch church of Freehold. All his children were baptized in the old Freehold church. Children:

28. Nicholas, b. 1707; m. Maria, dau. of John Wall of Monmouth county.
29. John, b. 1709; m. Altie, dau. of Dirck Willemse Barkelow, of Monmouth county.
30. Sara, bap. Mch. 4, 1711; m. Carel Eckman, of Monmouth county.
31. Femeke (Phebe) bap. June 4, 1713; m. Joseph Doorn.
32. Jacobus, bap. Nov. 6, 1715.
33. Peter, bap. Feb. 9, 1718. (See below).
Of the above children, Nicholas and John moved to Readington, N. J., about 1737, and left issue. What became of Jacobus and Peter is unknown. Whether they reached manhood or not I have been unable to ascertain; they certainly did not remain in Monmouth county. Perhaps this Peter was ancestor of the Amwell and Hopewell branches, but I am inclined to think the ancestor of the Amwell and Hopewell families was Peter (20) above.

Jacobus married Willemptje Jansen Van Voorhees on 16 Oct 1706 in Flatbush (Ltr Brooklyn), Kings, Long Island, New York.168.,169

Marriage Notes: "[Jacobus and Willemptje]...moved to vicinity of Middlebush NJ."

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"[Jacobus and Willemptje]...settled in Monmouth County, N. J.

Children (all baptized in the First Freehold Church):

17. Nicholas, born 1707.
18. John, born Feb. 10, 1709.
Sarah, bapt. Mar. 4, 1711; married Carel Eckman.
Femecke, bapt. June 14, 1713; married Joseph Doorn.
Jacobus, bapt. Nov. 6, 1715; died young.
19. Pieter bapt. Feb. 9, 1718." - The Wyckoff Family in America.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 3: 24 Feb 1684. 168 Flatbush (ltr in Brooklyn), NY

   47 M    iii. Nicholas Wyckoff 7,8,155 was born before 16 Feb 1679 and died about Sep 1690.155

+ 48 F    iv. Sara Wyckoff 7,8,35,155,170,171 was born before 27 Feb 1681,172 was baptized on 27 Feb 1681 in Flatbush, , New York,173 died after 1 Apr 1747,170 and was buried after 1 Apr 1747 in Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.90

+ 49 M    v. Cornelis Wyckoff 7,8,155 was born before 5 Aug 16837,8 and died in 1762.155

   50 U    vi. Unknown (Stillborn) 155 was born about Apr 1685155 and died about Apr 1685.155

+ 51 F    vii. Antie Wyckoff 7,8,155 was born on 1 Sep 16937,8,17 and died on 15 Jul 1766 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 at age 72.

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15. Aeltje Willemse Couwenhoven 7,8 was born on 14 Dec 1665 in Flatlands, Kings, New York,77,107 died about 1690 in Flatlands, Kings, New York67 about age 25, and was buried in Flatbush, Kings, New York.107 Other names for Aeltje were Janetje Kouwenhoven,7,8 Aeltje Van Couwenhoven Altie Van Cowenhoven, Aeltje Van Couwenhoven,7,8 Aeltje Willima Van Couwenhoven,77 Altia Van Couwenhoven,174 Aeltje Van Kouwenhoven,175 Aeltje Willems Van Kouwenhoven,175,176 Aeltje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven,107 Aeltje Willemse Van Kowenhoven, and21 Aeltje Willemse Vankouwenhoven.20

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 7.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 14 Dec 1665, Brooklyn, , New York. 19

• Alt. Birth: 14 Dec 1665. 21,174 Flatlands, Kings, NY

• Alt. Birth: 14 Dec 1665. 20 New Jersey

• Alt. Birth: After 1665. 77,107 Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: Abt 1689. 67 New Jersey

• Alt. Death: 1689. 20,21,77 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: Between 1693 and 1759.

Aeltje married Cornelius Simonsz Van Aersdale,174 son of Sijman Jansen Van Aersdalen 174 and Pieterje Claesen,22,174,175,176,177 on 16 Mar 1687 in Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, Long Island, , New York.107.,174 Cornelius was born in 1662 in Flatlands, Long Island, New Netherlands (Now New York),107,178 died on 19 Apr 1745 in Flatlands, Kings, New York107,178 at age 83, and was buried in Apr 1745 in Flatlands, Kings, New York.107,174,178 Other names for Cornelius were Cornelis Symens,174,179 Cornelis Simonsz Van Aersdale,7,8,9,22,41,171,179,180,181,182,183,184 Cornelius Symonsen Van Arsdale,21,22,185,186 Cornelis Simonse Van Arsdale(N), Cornelis Van Arsdalen,7,8,22,35,171,180,182,183,187 Cornelis Simonse Van Arsdalen,174,185 Cornelis Symonse Van Arsdalen,21,22,28,77 Cornelius Van Arsdalen,22,175,178,187 Cornelius Simonse Van Arsdalen,20,22,41,45,77,159,161,182,188 Cornelius Symonse Van Arsdalen,22,51,107,175,177,189 Cornelis Van Arsdallan,35,40,159,160,182,183,184 Cornelius Simonse Vanarsdale 22,67,175,176,189., and190

Marriage Notes:

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 16 Mar 1686. 107,174 Flatbush, Kings County, New York

• Alt. Marriage: 16 Mar 1687, Flatbush, Kings, New York. 107,174

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 7.
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[Source: Family Tree Maker Web Page, Van Arsdale Genealogy, Jo Ann Ramseyer, www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/a/m/Jo-A-Ramseyer/GENE8-0002.html, 6 February 2000]

Descendants of Dirck Jansz Ammerman

Generation No. 2

MARITJE DIRCKSE2 AMMERMAN (DIRCK JANSZ1) was born 02 June 1672 in Amersfoort, NY, and died Aft. 19 April 1745. She married CORNELIS SIMONSZ VAN AERSDALE 02 May 1691 in Dutch Reformed Church, New York, son of SIMON VAN AERSDALE and PIETERJE VAN SCHOUW.

Notes for CORNELIS SIMONSZ VAN AERSDALE:
Will of Cornelius Simonsz Van Aersdalien (New York Surrogates Records, Liber 15, page 380)
The Will of Cornelius Van Aersdalen proved the 19th of April 1745 before Geo. Jos. Moore, Esq.
Recorded the last will and testament of Cornelius Van Aorsdalon proved before Mr. Moore the 19 of April 1745. Recorded.

In the name of God. Amen. The 25th day of April, in the year of our Lord, One thousand, seven hundren and thirty eight, I Cornelius Van Aerdalen, of Flatlands in Kings County, on the Island of Nassau, yeoman, being at present in health and of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God therefore, and calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God who gave it and for my body I recommend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner, at the discretion of my Executors, nothing but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God. And as touching such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, devise and dispose of the same in following manner, and from, Imprimis. After my lawful debts are paid and my funeral charges are defrayed, I give and bequeath unto Marretie, my loving wife, all and singular, my real and personal estate, in Flatlands in King County, abovesaid, for her to use, possess and occupy, to enjoy, without any let, hinderance or molestation of any person or persons whatso ever, and during the natural life of my said loving wife. Item, I do give and bequeath unto my eldest son, Dirk Van Aersdalen my Silver Tankard as a token for his first right, item I do give and bequeath unto my ten children by name Dirk Van Aersdalen, John Van Aersdalen, Symon Van Aersdalen, Philip Van Aersdalen, Abraham Van Aersdalen, and Jacobus Van Aersdalen- and my daughters Jannetie, Aeltie, Petronella, and Maria, my whole real and personal estate, and unto them my said children their heirs and assignes forever to be divided equally among them, immediately after my loving wife's decease, Item, since my daughter Jannetie which I have procreated by my former wife, has had her mother's inheritance it is my will that she shall have no part of that inheritance which is to come by my present wife, Marretie, Immediately after her decease, and I do constitute and appoint my loving wife Marreite, to be Executrix of this my last will and testament and I do hereby utterly disallow, revoak, and disannual all and every other former testament, will, legacies, bequestsm, and Executors by me in any way before this time made, willed and there to be my bequeathed, ratifying, and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. In withness whereof I have this day set my hand and seal 25th day of April, in the year of our Lord, 1738.
Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declard by the said Cornelius Arsdalen as his last will and testament in the presents of us subscribers.
signed by:
Cornelis Van Arsdallen
Oukeen Voorhees
Tounis Reynerson (X as his mark)
S. Gerritson

Will proved Apr 29, 1745. Filed New York City


91.010/VAN AERSDAL/Augustus 1991/E.Th.R. Unger


Enclosure 2c.

address: to mister Harmanus van Hombergen, candle - maker at Gouda.
Nieuw - Amersfoort, September 22nd, 1731:

Dear cousin,

Your letter of May 10th, 1731 has been delivered to us by Mr. Hagoort. You wrote us our cousin Geertruij van Aersdal died and that she willed her uncle, Simon Janse Aersdal or in case he predeceased his surviving children one - thousand guilders.

There are four of us yet, we, the undersigned, Cornelis Simonsz van Aersdal and Jan Simonsz van Aersdal, and our sisters Jannetje and Mettie van Aersdal. We (Cornelis and Jan) have been appointed as executors of the last will of our father and administrators of his estate. We understand the money should be collected in 1733 and we will empower you to act for us in good time but please let us know which Orphan's Court it should be addressed to. We thank you for informing us of the legacy and hope this letter may find you and the family in good health.

In case you would write again please direct your letter to Cornelijs Sijmenijs van Aersdal at Nieuw - Amersfoort in the isle of Nassau

Cornelijs Sijmenijse van Aersdal
Ian Sijmense van Aersdal


to mister Harmanus van Homberg, candle-maker at Gouda:

Dear cousin Van Homberg,

Reverend Hagoort handed us your letter of July 2, 1732. We are enclosing a proxy to you drawn up with the assistance of our ministers and our judges in accordance with your instructions and we hope it is complying with the Orphan's Court's regulations.

Our sister Jannetje Simons van Aarsdal who was married to a certain Bogaert died round about Christmas last year. She had been paralysed and was confined to her bed for several years. So was our sister Geertje, who died about two years ago.

You were writing you are interested in knowing to what number our family - tree has expanded: we are over two hundred now. Cornelis Simonsz van Aarsdal has got eleven children eight of whom are married and has over forty descendants; Jan Simonsz van Aarsdal has got eleven children and Geertje, Jannetje and Metje have got many children and grandchildren. You will understand it is just impossible to enumerate them (!!), however, I can inform you they are all living on plantations of their own breeding cattle and growing corn, maize etc. We thank our Lord for leading our father to this country.

Please hand Levinus Clarkson, a merchant in Amsterdam, the money. He will deliver it to our minister Barnardus Freeman, who gave us an IOU for it.

With kindest regards,
Cornelis Simonsen van Aersdal
Jan Sijmonsen van Aersdalen
Mettie Sijmonsen van Aersdalen
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proxy:
We the undersigned Cornelis Simons van Aersdal, Jan Simons van Aersdal and Philip Volkers, husband of Metie Simons van Aersdal, being the surviving children of the late Simon Janse van Aersdal, living in the province of New York (formerly Nieuw Nederland), situated in North - America in the isle of Nassau in King's County empower Mr. Harmanus van Hombergen at Gouda in Holland to demand from the Gouda Orphan's Court the amount of money (plus interest) bequeathed to us by the late Geertruy van Aersdal, who died in Gouda June 1727.
Signed at Midwoud, King's County, March 22, 1733:

V. Antonides (minister, witness) Crelis Sijmoen van A...
B. Freeman (minister, witness) Jan Sijmonsen van Aersdale
P(h)ilip Volkers,
husband of
Mettie Sijmonsen van
Aersdale

We undersigned ministers of the Dutch reformed church at Midwoud, King's County in the isle of Nassau testify that we witnessed the signing of the proxy to Mr. Harmanus van Hombergen by Cornelis Simonsz van Aersdal, Jan Simons van Aersdal and Philip Volkers, husband of Metie Simons van Aersdal. Moreover we testify they are the surviving children of the late Simon Jansse van Aersdal who we were acquainted with. Two children of his, Geertje and Jannetje died in the mean time.

Signed: V. Antonides, minister
Barnardus Freeman, minister

Samuel Gerritsen and Coert Voorhees, judges of peace of King's County testify that Cornelis, Jan and Metie van Aersdal signed and sealed the proxy to Mr. Harmanus van Hombergen with their own hands and that they are the genuine children of Simon Jansen van Aersdal.
Signed: S. Gerritsen, judge of peace
Coert Voorhees, judge of peace


Children of MARITJE AMMERMAN and CORNELIS VAN AERSDALE are:
i. AELITJE VAN AERSDALE, b. Abt. 1692, Flatlands, Kings Co, New York; m. JERONIMUS T. RAPALIE, 19 September 1719, Dutch Reformed Church, New York.
ii. DIRCK VAN AERSDALE, b. Abt. 1694, Flatlands, Kings Co, New York.
iii. JAN VAN ARSDALEN, b. Abt. 1696, Gravesend, NY; d. 1750.
iv. SIMON VAN ARSDALEN, b. 16 November 1697, New Jersey; d. 07 April 1789, Conewago, York Co (now Adams Co), Pa.
v. MARIA VAN AERSDALE, b. Abt. 1700.
vi. PHILIP VAN ARSDALEN, b. 25 February 1701/02, Flatbush, NY; d. 28 June 1796, Somerset Co, NJ.
vii. PETRONELLA VAN AERSDALE, b. Abt. 1706, Flatlands, Long Island, New York.
viii. ABRAHAM VAN AERSDALE, b. 19 January 1707/08, Flatlands, Kings County, Long Island, NY; d. 13 April 1753, Harlingen, Somerset Co., New Jersey.
ix. JACOBUS VAN ARSDALEN, b. 19 March 1709/10, Flatlands, Kings Co, New York; d. Bef. 1752.
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NOTE: I believe Bergen (see below) is incorrect about his marriage to Tjelletje Reiners Wizzelpenning. The dates for her supposed marriage to Cornelis Simonse Van Arsdalen and her marriage to Albert Van Voorhees do not make sense. The only possible answer to a marriage to Cornelis Simonse would be that they got divorced. Otherwise, Bergen is probably incorrect.

- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 18 December 2001

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, p. 308]

VAN ARSDALEN, CORNELIS SIMONSE, of Flds, where he took the oath of allegiance in 1687 as a native; m. 1st Tjelletje Reiniers Wizzelpenning; m. 2d, Mar. 16, 1687, Aeltje Willemse Kouwenhoven of Flds; m. 3d, May 2, 1691, Mary or Marretje Dirckse. May 7, 1700, he bought of his father a farm in Gd, as per Gd rec. Will da. Apl. 25, 1738; pro. Apl. 19, 1745; rec. p. 380, Lib. 15, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Dirck; John; Symon of Pa., b. Aug. 16, 1697; Philip, m. Jannetje dau. of Hendrick Van Dyck; Abraham; Jacobus, (sup.) b. 1676, m. Alida dau. of Jacob Hoogland of N. J.; Jannetje, m. Dirk Barkeloo of Freehold, N. J.; Aeltje, m. Jeronemus Rapalje; Peternella; and Maria. Signed his name "Cornelis Symens."
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[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol IV 1744-1753, page 40]

Page 380.--In the name of God, Amen, April 25, 1738. I, CORNELIUS VAN ARESDALEN, of Flatlands, in Kings County, being in health. I leave to my wife Maritie all real and personal estate at Flatlands during her life. I leave to my eldest son Dirck my silver Tankard as a token for his birth-right. I leave to my 10 children, Dirck, John, Symon, Philip, Abraham, Jacobus, Jannettie, Altie, Peternella, and Maria, my whole real and personal estate in Flatlands or elsewhere. Since my daughter Jannettie, which I have procreated by my former wife, has had her mother's inheritance, she is to have no part of the inheritance that came to me by my present wife Maritie, as an inheritance of her father's estate, which is to be divided among my 9 children by my present wife. I make my wife Maritie sole executor.

Dated April 25, 1738. Witnesses, Auken Voorhis, Teunis Ryerson, S. Gerritsen. Proved, April 19, 1745.

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, New York, p. 262]

Cornelis, owned lots Nos. 1 and 29 in Gd Neck in 1688, as per Gd rec. A Cornelis Simonse was a grand-juryman at the court of sessions in 1695. The said Cornelis was probably Cornelis Simonse Van Arsdalen of Flds. Signed his name "Cornelis Symons" and "Cornelis Symonsen."

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NOTE: The following comment may help to clarify some of my own confusion (and apparently many others) on the marriage(s) of Tjelleje Wizzelpennng. This reference indicates she married only once (to Albert Stevense Van Voorhees). Unfortunately, the author of the note below does not give a source as proof.

[Source: Henry B. Hoff, compiler, Genealogies of Long Island Families, Volume II, The Van Kouwenhoven-Conover Family, Page 613]

As has already been pointed out by this compiler (Rec. v,79, p. 82), Cornelius Van Arsdale was married only twice. Tjelletje Rynierse Wizzelpenning, whose name is repeatedly given as that of his first wife, was married to Albert Stevense Van Voorhees, her only marriage, and bore no relationship to the Van Arsdale family.

Mrs. Mabel Spell, 46 Commerce Street, New York 14, N.Y.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1662. 8,41,45,107,188 Amersfoort, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1662. 7,8,9,107,181 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Birth: May 1662. 22,180,190 Kings County, New York

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1665. 35,175,176,183,184 Flatbush, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Birth: 19 Feb 1665. 174,183 Flatlands, Long Island, New Netherlands

• Alt. Birth: 14 Dec 1665. 21,22,28,77

• Will: 25 Apr 1738. 179

• Occupation: 174 Representative

• Alt. Death: Apr 1745. 8,35,40,183,184 Kingston, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: Bef 19 Apr 1745. 21,22,28,77 New York City, New York

• Alt. Death: 19 Apr 1745. 20,77,174 Amersfoort, Flatlands, Long Island, King County, New York

• Alt. Death: 19 Apr 1745. 22,180 Kings County, New York

• Alt. Death: 25 Apr 1745. 7,8,9,22,41,175,177,180,188 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

The child from this marriage was:

+ 52 F    i. Jannetje Cornelisse Van Arsdalen 35 was born about 1689 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York7,8 and died in 1783 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey7,8 about age 94.

16. Neeltje Willemse Couwenhoven was born on 7 Feb 1669 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 1 Feb 1755 in Freehold, New Jersey at age 85. Other names for Neeltje were Nelly Couwenhoven Nelke Couwenhoven, Neeltje Van Kouwenhoven, Neeltje Van Kowenhoven, and Neeltje Vankouwenhoven.77

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Sisser, p.9 (birth date: 2/7/1669)

• Fact 2: Possible date of birth: 7 December 1667 in Kings, Flatlands, New York

• Fact 3: Possible birth date: 7 February 1668/1669

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1667. Flatlands, King, Long Island, NY.

• Alt. Birth: 7 Feb 1668. Flatlands, New York

Neeltje married Jan Pieterse Wyckoff,77,191 son of Peter Clasen Wyckoff 22,159,160,161 and Gretie Van Ness,22,159,160,161 in 1692 in Kings Flatbush, New York. Jan was born on 16 Feb 1665 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died about Mar 1746 in Monmouth County, New Jersey192 about age 81. Other names for Jan were John Wikoff,77 and191 John Pieterse Wyckoff Jan Pieterse Wicoff.

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

Jan Claesen WYCKOFF was in 1677 a member of the Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church.

In 1693 he was a Deacon of this congregation (see also KCo, p. 396).

In 1707 he removed to Monmouth County, NJ.

In 1709 he was a member of the Marlborough, NJ Dutch Reformed Church.

He signed a will on 27 Feb 1746 (see also NJ Wills, 2:553).

His estate was probated 25 Apr 1746 (see also NJ Wills, 2:553).

- Genealogies of L.I. Families

Another source for this fact that is given is NJ Wills,
2:553.

Reference for this spelling is the Van Kouenhoven Family Association, Inc.
Was a member of the Dutch Church of Flatlands in 1677 and was a deacon in 1693. He was listed on the census of 1698 and took the oath of allegiance in Flatlands in 1687. He was removed to Monmouth County, New Jersey about 1702, selling his farm in Flatlands on May 14, 1702 to Cornelis Coerte Voorhees, as per Lib. 2 of Kings County register. He was also a member of the Dutch Church of Freehold, New Jersey in 1709.

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 80, 395-396.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.

Last name also sp Wycof.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: 193 Shoemaker

• Lived in: After 1703. 193 Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

+ 53 F    i. Margaret Wyckoff 193 was born in 1693193 and died on 21 Dec 1765193 at age 72.

   54 M    ii. Pieter Janse Wyckoff was born in 1695, was baptized on 5 Jun 1695,193 and died in 1698193 at age 3. Another name for Pieter was Peter Wyckoff.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 396.

   55 M    iii. Pieter Janse Wyckoff was born about Apr 1704. Another name for Pieter was Peter Wyckoff.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 396.

This Pieter is the ancestor of the Newtown branch of the Wyckoff family.

+ 56 M    iv. William Janse Wyckoff was born in 1707193 and died in 1782193 at age 75.

   57 M    v. Cornelius Janse Wyckoff was born before 4 Apr 1710.193 Another name for Cornelius was Cornelius Wyckoff.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 396.

+ 58 M    vi. Johannes Wyckoff 175 was born before 6 Dec 1711,193 was baptized on 6 Dec 1711,193 and died WFT Est 1727-1799.7,8

17. Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven 77 was born on 12 Feb 167177 and died about 1755 in Freehold, New Jersey67 about age 84. Other names for Pieter were Pieter Willemse Couwenhoven,77 Peter Cowenhoven, Pieter Willemse Van Kowenhoven, and Pieter Willamse Vankouwenhoven.77

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Settled in Monmouth County, New Jersey and was a member of the Reformed Dutch Church of Freehold in 1709. His will was dated March 15, 1743. He signed his name " Pieter Couwenhoven".

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 80, 85.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 8, 10.

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 80]

Peter (s. of Wm Gerretse), b. Feb. 12, 1671; m. Patience da. of Elias Daws, and settled in Monmouth Co., N. J.; d. about 1754 or '55. Mem of R. D. ch. of Freehold in 1709, and elder in 1711 and '21. Will da. Mar. 15, 1743; pro. Apl. 21, 1751; rec. p. 259, Lib. F, in off. of Sec. of State of N. J. Issue:--Johanna, bp. Oct. 20, 1695, in Brn; William of Englishtown, N. J., m. Annetje (???) (by another account Marytje (???)), d. 1777; Mary or Marike, b. 1700, m. Oct. 10, 1725, Koert Gerretse Schenck; Hannah, m. Antonides; Jane, m. (???) Williamson; Nelke, bp. Jan. 22, 1710, in N. J.; Peter Junr, bp. Apl. 6, 1712, in N. J., m. Dec. 17, 1735, Leah da. of Jan Roelofse Schenck, d. 1774; Elias of Middletown, m. 1729 Willempie Wall, d. 1750; Aeltje, m. Willem Willemse of N. J.; and Ann, m. (???) Longstreet--all of N. J. Signed his name "Pieter Couwenhoven."

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1668. 77 Flatlands, King, Long Island, NY.

• Alt. Birth: 12 Feb 1671. 77 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Baptism: 12 Feb 1671. 77 New York

• Alt. Death: 21 Apr 1751. 67 Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey

Pieter married Patience Daws,77,194 daughter of Elias Daws, in 1694 in Flatlands, Kings, New York. Patience was born in 1674 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died WFT Est 1677-1772 at age 3. Another name for Patience was Patience Davis.77

Children from this marriage were:

   59 F    i. Johanna Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 26 Sep 1695 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York. Another name for Johanna was Hannah Pieterse Covenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

   60 F    ii. Jane Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 28 Jul 1697.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10, 185.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.

Jane married Arthur Aertse Williamson, son of Aert Williamson 21 and Annatje Conover,.21 Arthur was born WFT Est 1700-1726 in An Unknown Location and died in 1750 in An Unknown Location at age 50.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10, 185.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.

+ 61 F    iii. Marike Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 25 Jul 1701 and died on 17 May 1787 at age 85.

+ 62 M    iv. William Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 11 Jul 1703 in Englishtown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 3 May 1777 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 73.

+ 63 F    v. Altje Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 21 May 1705 and died on 16 Nov 1797 at age 92.

+ 64 M    vi. Elias Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 12 Sep 1707 in New Jersey23 and died on 25 Dec 1750 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey23 at age 43.

   65 F    vii. Nelke Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 2 Sep 1709. Another name for Nelke was Eleanor Pieterse Covenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

+ 66 M    viii. Peter Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 27 Jan 1712 and died on 14 May 1774 at age 62.

+ 67 F    ix. Anne Cowenhoven was born on 29 Sep 171423 and died WFT Est 1743-180823 at age 29.

18. Cornelis Willemse Vankouwenhoven 19 was born on 20 Nov 1672,67 died on 16 May 1736 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 63, and was buried after 16 May 1736 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.108 Other names for Cornelis were Cornelius Couwenhoven,19 Cornelius Willemse Couwenhoven,19 Williamse Van Couwenhoven Cornelius Covenhoven, Cornelius Williemse Van Kouwenhoven, and195 Cornelis Willemse Van Kowenhoven.192

Birth Notes: Flatlands, Kings County, New York

General Notes:

Removed to New Jersey and resided in 1707 at Middletown, Monmouth County.

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 77, 81.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.

Birth date is listed as 29 Nov 1671 and 20 Nov 1672. Name is also spelled Van Kouwenhoven.

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[WRIGHT BROTHERS ANCESTRY.FTW - from Daniel E. Schillinger]

Cornelius Williamse COVENHOVEN was a member of Marlbourgh Church in 1709 (age 37).

- Genealogies of L.I. Families.

Beekman gives his dob as 29 Sep 1672.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 29 Nov 1671. 19 New Amsterdam, New York

• Alt. Birth: 29 Sep 1672. 19 Flatlands, Kings County, New York

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1668, Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York. 110

• Alt. Death: 16 May 1736. his farm near Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ

• Alt. Death: 16 May 1736. 108,196 Pleasant Valley, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey

• Will: 22 Nov 1735. 197

• Probate: 22 Jun 1736. 197

Cornelis married Margaretta Roelofse Schenck,195 daughter of Roelof Martensen Schenck 8,79,200,201,202 and Annetje Pieterse Wyckoff,203 on 8 Sep 1700 in Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY.108.,198.,199 Margaretta was born on 16 Jan 1678 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York,109 died on 16 Dec 1750 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey204 at age 72, and was buried after 16 Dec 1751 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.205 Other names for Margaretta were Maragretta Schenck and Margaretta Schenck.195

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

"Box 13, file 3: Convenhoven and Schenck Families, 1901-1936

The file consists of notes, charts of descent, and other genealogical items regarding these families in America."

Genealogies of L.I. Families gives their dom as 3 Sep 1700.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 6 Oct 1695. 108,198,199

• Alt. Marriage: 3 Sep 1699. 108,198,199

• Alt. Marriage: 3 Sep 1700. 108,198,199 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Birth date listed both as 16 Jan 1678 and 9 Feb 1678. The latter date may be her christening date. Her death date is listed as 6 Dec 1751 and also as 16 Dec 1751. The latter may be her burial date. See p. 13 of the 2nd Edition of Wyckoff book. See p.1 of Beekmans book.

http://synapse.cs.byu.edu/~randy/gen/hendricks/ged2html/d0000/I180.html
REFN: M02-S1(07)

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 16 Jan 1678. 109

• Alt. Birth: 9 Feb 1678. 206

• Alt. Birth: 16 Feb 1678.

• Alt. Death: 4 Aug 1750. 204

• Alt. Death: 16 Dec 1750.

• Alt. Death: 6 Dec 1751. 204

• Alt. Death: 16 Dec 1751. Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States

Children from this marriage were:

+ 68 M    i. William Cornelise Couwenhoven was born on 20 Jul 1700 in Flatlands, Brooklyn, NY, was baptized on 8 Sep 1700 in Brooklyn, Long Island, Kings, New York,207,208 and died on 10 Nov 1755 in Middletown Twp., Monmouth, NJ at age 55.

+ 69 F    ii. Annetje Covenhoven was born in 1702 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey,64 died on 17 Dec 1759 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey64 at age 57, and was buried in Dec 1759 in Whitehouse, Oldhaypresscem, New Jersey.

   70 F    iii. Neeltie Cornelis Covenhoven was born about 1705 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York.

+ 71 F    iv. Altje Cornelis Covenhoven 209 was born about 1705, was baptized on 29 May 1705,210 and died after 1777.209

+ 72 M    v. Ruliff Cornelis Covenhoven was born on 5 Oct 1706 in New York, died on 20 Aug 1786 in Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 79, and was buried about 21 Aug 1786 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.211

   73 F    vi. Jannetje Cornelis Covenhoven 212 was born about 1708 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York. Another name for Jannetje was Jannetje Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.


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[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

On 08 Sep 1743 Jannetje VAN KOUWENHOVEN was a member of the Dutch Church, Marlboro, Monmouth
County, NJ.

Jannetje married Aries Johnse Vanderbilt on 30 Apr 1726.

+ 74 F    vii. Sarah Cornelis Covenhoven was born about 1708.

   75 F    viii. Leah Cornelis Covenhoven was born about 1709.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

   76 F    ix. Maria Cornelis Covenhoven was born in 1710 and was baptized on 24 Dec 1710.213 Another name for Maria was Mary Couwenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

Maria married Peter Schenck about 1730.

+ 77 F    x. Rachel Cornelis Covenhoven was born on 7 Sep 1712 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey, was baptized on 2 Nov 1712 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,214,215 and died on 10 Mar 1801212 at age 88.

   78 F    xi. Margaretta Cornelis Covenhoven was born about 1714, was baptized on 5 Dec 1714 in Freehold-Middletown Dutch Church, Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ,216 and died on 11 Sep 1794217 about age 80. Another name for Margaretta was Margaretta Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

Margaretta married Derrick Jacobse Sutphen about 1731 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   79 F    xii. Jacometje Cornelis Covenhoven was born in 1717 and was baptized on 23 Nov 1717 in Freehold-Middletown Dutch Church, Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ.218 Other names for Jacometje were Jacomintje Couenhoven and Jacomyntje Cowenhoven.219

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

Jacometje married Jan Rolofse Schenck,220 son of Roelof Janse Schenck 220 and Geesie Hendricksen,220 on 26 Nov 1741 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.220 Jan was born on 22 Jan 1721220 and died on 27 Jan 1749220 at age 28.

   80 F    xiii. Catharina Cornelis Covenhoven 221 was born on 2 Jun 1720 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey,221 was baptized on 20 Jun 1720 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,198,214 and died on 5 May 1810 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 89. Another name for Catharina was Catherine Couwenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.
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[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

In 1747 Catherine COUWENHOVEN was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth Co., NJ.

Catharina married Daniel Danielse Hendrickson, son of Daniel Hendrickson\\Assumed and \\, on 22 Dec 1743 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Daniel was born in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

   81 U    xiv. ? Van Kouwenhoven was born about Oct 1724 and was baptized on 24 Oct 1724.214

General Notes: [Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

This child is not named in the church record.

19. Sara Williamse Van Couwenhoven 109 was born on 27 Dec 1674,110 was baptized on 6 Jan 1675, died on 31 Jan 1761 in Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Cty, New Jersey23 at age 86, and was buried after 31 Jan 1761 in Holmdel Cemetery and Mausoleum, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.90 Other names for Sara were Sarah Couwenhoven,109 Sara Willemse Cowenhoven, Sarah Willemse Van Kouwenhoven,109 Sarah Willemse Van Kowenhoven, and Sara Willemse Vankouwenhoven.77

Christening Notes:

General Notes:

[95910.GED]

Possibly born 12/20/1674

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1669. 222 Flatlands, King, Long Island, NY.

• Alt. Birth: 20 Dec 1674. 222 Flatlands, New York

Sara married Jan Roelofse Schenck,109,194 son of Roelof Martensen Schenck 8,79,200,201,202 and Neeltje Gerretse Van Couwenhoven,8,79,203 on 1 Oct 1692 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York. Jan was born on 1 Mar 1670 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York,109,223 died on 30 Jan 1753 in Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, New Jersey223 at age 82, and was buried after 30 Jan 1753 in Holmdel Cemetery and Mausoleum, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.90 Other names for Jan were Jan Schenck,109 Jan Roelf Schenck, and109 John Schenck.

General Notes:

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 251]

Jan Roelofse, b. Mar. 1, 1670; m. about 1691 Sara dau. of Wm Kouwenhoven of Flds, d. Jan. 30, 1753. Took the oath of allegiance in Flds in 1687 as a native. Removed from Flds about 1697, and settled at Pleasant Valley, N. J. He and his w. mem. of the D. ch. of Freehold in 1709. Issue:--Roelof, b. Feb. 21, 1692, m. Geesie Hendricksen, d. July 19, 1761; Sarah, b. 1696, m. 1st, May 16, 1721, Johannes Voorhees of New Brunswick, m. 2d Hendrick Voorhees of Freehold; Aaltje, bp. May 25, 1705, m. Chrisyjan Van Dooren, d. about 1801; Rachel, bp. Feb. 19, 1709, m. (???) Boon of Kentucky; Maria, b. Aug. 8, 1712, m. Jacob Van Dooren; Leah, b. Dec. 24, 1714, m. Dec. 17, 1735, Peter Cowenhoven, d. Mar. 14, 1769; William, bp. Sept. 15, 1718, d. young; Jannetje, m. Bernardus Verbryck of Neshaminy, Pa.; Jan, bp. July 22, 1722, m. Jan. 25, 1750, Neeltje Bennet, d. Dec. 24, 1808; Antie, m. about 1720 Arie Van Dooren; and Peter, m. 1st Jannetje Hansen Van Noostrand, m. 2d, in 1747, Jannetje Hendricksen--all of N. J.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 10 Feb 1670. 109

Children from this marriage were:

+ 82 M    i. Roelof Janse Schenck 220 was born on 21 Feb 1692, died on 19 Jul 176190 at age 69, and was buried after 19 Jan 1766 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.90

   83 F    ii. Sarah Schenck 224 was born in 1696.

Sarah married Hendrick Voorhees.

Sarah next married Johannes Lucasse Voorhees, son of Jan Lucasse Voorhees 225 and Ann Van Duyckhuysen, on 6 May 1721 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey. Johannes was born on 19 Jul 1700 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 21 Jan 1733 at age 32. Another name for Johannes was Johannis Van Voorhees.

General Notes:

[Source: 12297.GED]

Johannis lived at New Brunswick.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1731-1790. PISCATAWAY, NJ

+ 84 F    iii. Alice Schenck 226 was born on 13 Apr 1705 in Monmouth County, New Jersey,90 was baptized on 25 May 1705, died on 17 May 1801 in Middlebush, Somerset, New Jersey90 at age 96, and was buried after 17 May 1801 in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Middlebush, Somerset, New Jersey.90

   85 F    iv. Rachel Schenck was born before 19 Feb 1709 and was baptized on 19 Feb 1709.

Rachel married \\ Boon.

+ 86 F    v. Maritje Schenck 227 was born on 8 Aug 1712 and died in 1756227 at age 44.

+ 87 F    vi. Leah Schenck 194 was born on 24 Dec 1714 and died on 14 Mar 1769228 at age 54.

   88 M    vii. William Schenck was born before 15 Sep 1718, was baptized on 15 Sep 1718, and died before 1721.

   89 F    viii. Jannetje Schenck .

Jannetje married Bernardus Verbryck.

   90 F    ix. Antje Schenck was born about 1720 and died WFT Est 1725-1795 about age 5.

Antje married Arie Van Doren, son of Jacob Van Doorn 229,230 and Maria Bennet, about 1720.151 Arie was born in Mar 1693 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York and died on 4 Dec 1748223 at age 55. Another name for Arie was Arie Van Dooren.

   91 M    x. Jan Schenck was born before 22 Jul 1722, was baptized on 22 Jul 1722, and died on 24 Dec 1808.

Jan married Neeltje Bennet on 25 Jan 1750.

   92 M    xi. Peter Schenck .

Peter married Jannetje Hansen Van Noostrand before 1747.

Peter next married Jannetje Hendricksen in 1747.

20. Albert Williamse Van Couwenhoven 8,79 was born on 6 Dec 1676 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York and died on 13 Sep 1748 in West Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Cty, New Jersey23 at age 71. Other names for Albert were Albert Willemse Couwenhoven,8,79 Albert Covenhoven,8,79 Albert Willemse Van Kouwenhoven,109 Albert Williamse Couwenhoven Or Van Kouwenhoven, and Albert Willemse Vankouwenhoven.67

General Notes:

Removed to the vicinity of Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey as early as 1709.

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 76-77, 81.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.

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[Source: 14619.ged]

HAS A WILL DATED 6 SEP 1748 IN MONMOUTH, NJ.

Noted events in his life were:

• Comment 1: Married his step-daughter after her mother died?

• Alt. Birth: 7 Dec 1676. Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: 6 Sep 1748.

• Alt. Death: 13 Sep 1748. 23 Middletown, New Jersey

• Alt. Death: 13 Sep 1748. 23 Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, New Jersey

Albert married Neeltje Roelofse Schenck,8,79,109 daughter of Roelof Martensen Schenck 8,79,200,201,202 and Annetje Pieterse Wyckoff,203 on 2 Oct 1701 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.17 Neeltje was born on 23 Jan 1681 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York, died on 27 Jul 1751 in West Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Cty, New Jersey231 at age 70, and was buried in Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, NJ..19 Other names for Neeltje were Ellen Schenck, Neeltje Schenck,8,79,109 Neetje Roelofse Schenck,8,79, and109 Neltje Schenck.19

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Possible date of marriage 3 October 1701

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Possible birth date: 3 January 1681/82

• Fact 2: 17 Sisser, p. 9: Gives birth as 23 Jan 1680/81 and death as 27 Jul 1751

• Fact 3: 109 Possible death date: 7 July 1751

• Fact 4: One source (unknown) gives place of marriage as Albany, New York

• Alt. Birth: 3 Jan 1681. Flailands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: 7 Jul 1751. 231 Monmouth County, New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

+ 93 M    i. William Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 7 Mar 1702 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 19 Mar 1790 at age 88.

   94 M    ii. Reelof Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 8 Sep 1703 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1735-1794 in New Jersey23 at age 32. Another name for Reelof was Roelof Albertse Covenhoven.

Reelof married Annetje Stryker,232 daughter of Jan Pieterse Strycker and Maragrita Schenck,233 about 1730 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Annetje was born on 20 Dec 1708.232 Another name for Annetje was Antje Janse Stryeker.

   95 F    iii. Antje Albertse Covenhoven was born on 21 Aug 1705 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died after 1765. Another name for Antje was Antje Couenhoven.

Antje married Abraham Danielse Polhemus about 1729 in New York.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1725.

   96 F    iv. Jannetje Couenhoven was born on 20 Sep 1707 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Jannetje was Jannetje Albertse Covenhoven.

Jannetje married Joseph Coernal about 1727. Another name for Joseph is Joseph Coernel Joseph Cornell.

+ 97 F    v. Aeltje Couwenhoven was born on 20 Jan 1709 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jul 1783 in Rowan, North Carolina at age 74.

   98 F    vi. Margreta Couenhoven was born on 15 Feb 1711 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 17 Jun 1780 in Scobeyville, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 69. Another name for Margreta was Margaretta Albertse Covenhoven.

Margreta married Daniel Johanse Polhemus on 8 Dec 1731. Another name for Daniel is Daniel T. Polhemus.

   99 F    vii. Sarah Couenhoven was born on 21 Jun 1714 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died after 1777. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Albertse Covenhoven.

Sarah married Joseph Benjamse Van Cleef on 14 Jun 1737 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Joseph is Johannis Vancleaf Johannes Van Cleef.

+ 100 M    viii. Peter Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 12 Oct 1716 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 5 Oct 1771 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 54.

   101 F    ix. Neeltje Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 7 Feb 1719 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 22 Apr 1738 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 19. Another name for Neeltje was Neeltje Albertse Covenhoven.

Neeltje married \\ Voorhees.

+ 102 M    x. Garret Garrit Couenhoven was born on 16 Jun 1721 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in 1783 at age 62.

   103 M    xi. Jan Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 18 Feb 1723 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Apr 1767 in Cedar Grove, Essex, New Jersey at age 44. Another name for Jan was John Albertse Covenhoven.

Jan married Catherine Hendrickse Voorhees, daughter of \\ Voorhees and \\, on 19 Oct 1744 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Other names for Catherine are Catherine Hendrickse Catherine Voorhies and Catherine Hendrickse Van Voorhees.

+ 104 M    xii. Cornelius Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 29 Oct 1728 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jan 1802 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 73.

21. Jacob Williamse Van Couwenhoven 109 was born on 29 Jan 1679 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York,23 died on 4 Jun 1744 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey23 at age 65, and was buried in Golden Cemetery, Middletown, , New Jersey. Other names for Jacob were Jacob Williamse Couwenhoven, Jacob Willemse Cowenhoven,109 Jacob Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, and109 Jacob Willemse Van Kowenhoven.204

General Notes:

Removed to the vicinity of Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey, as early as 1709.

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 78, 81.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 1 Dec 1744.

Jacob married Sarah Roelofse Schenck,195 daughter of Roelof Martensen Schenck 8,79,200,201,202 and Annetje Pieterse Wyckoff,203 on 12 Nov 1705 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.23 Sarah was born on 18 Dec 1685 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York109 and died on 1 Dec 1744204 at age 58. Other names for Sarah were Sara Schenck Sarah Schenck and Sara Roelofse Schenck.195

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Possible birth date: 18 December 1685

• Fact 2: Possible death date: 1 December 1727

• Fact 3: Possible death date (source unknown): 1 December 1744

• Fact 4: Buried at Golden Cemetary, Middletown, NJ

• Alt. Birth: 28 Jan 1686. 109 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: 1 Nov 1727. 204 Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

   105 F    i. Jannetie Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 10 Dec 1706 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.

Jannetie married Hendrick Willemse Bennett about 1726.

   106 F    ii. Annetje Jacobse Covenhoven was born in Feb 1708 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died WFT Est 1739-180223 at age 31.

Annetje married John Danielse Hendrickson, son of Daniel Hendrickson\\Assumed and \\, about 1728.

   107 M    iii. William Jacobse Covenhoven was born in Feb 1710 in Long Island, New York23 and died before 17 Oct 1742 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.23

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

William married Annetje Danielse Hendrickson, daughter of Daniel Hendrickson\\Assumed and \\, on 28 Feb 1732 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Annetje is Anna Hendrickson.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

   108 M    iv. Roelof Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 1 Mar 1712 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey23 and died in 1746 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey23 at age 34. Another name for Roelof was Ruleph Cowenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

Roelof married Jannetje Danielse Hendrickson, daughter of Daniel Hendrickson\\Assumed and \\, on 12 Aug 1741 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   109 M    v. Jacob Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 1 Feb 1714 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Jacob married Margaret Williamse Covenhoven on 21 Dec 1742 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

+ 110 M    vi. Garret Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 5 Nov 1716 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 9 Dec 1797 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 81.

   111 M    vii. Peter Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 14 Dec 1718 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 4 Jan 1719 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

+ 112 M    viii. Peter Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 29 May 1720 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey23 and died WFT Est 1753-181123 at age 33.

   113 M    ix. John Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 17 May 1722 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died before 8 Jun 1792 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.

John married Mary Arise Van Doren on 5 Nov 1750 in New Jersey.

+ 114 M    x. Matthias Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 4 Mar 1725 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 22 Oct 1765 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 40.

22. Jan Willemse Couwenhoven was born on 6 Apr 1681 in Flatlands, Kings, New York, was baptized on 9 Apr 1681 in Flatlands, Long Island, , New York,111 and died on 29 Dec 1756 in Wickatunk, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 75. Other names for Jan were John Willense Couwenhoven Jan Kowenhoven, Jan Willmse Kowenhoven, and Jan Willemse Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes:

Removed from Brooklyn, New York to New Jersey prior to 1709.

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 79, 81.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.

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DEATH: BEF 29 DEC 1756, Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ [S90]
BIRTH: 09 APR 1681, Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, NY [S6] [S90] [S6]
PROBATE: 29 DEC 1756, Wickatunk, NJ [S418]
CHRISTENING: 11 APR 1681, Ulster, Flatbush, NY [S6]
DEATH: 1756, Wickatunk, NJ [S6]
DEATH: 29 DEC 1756, Wickatunk, NJ [S260]

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 9 Apr 1681. Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, NY

• Alt. Death: Bef 29 Dec 1756. Freehold, NJ

• Alt. Death: 29 Dec 1756. Freehold, Monmouth Co, NJ

• Alt. Death: 29 Dec 1756. 67 Penns Neck, NJ

Jan married Jacoba Van Derveer, daughter of Cornelis Jansz Vanderveer 234 and Tryntje Gillis De Mandeville,234 in 1704 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Jacoba was born on 29 Apr 1686 in Flatbush, Kings, New York, was baptized on 29 Apr 1686 in , Monmouth, New Jersey,111 and died WFT Est 1677-1772 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age -9. Other names for Jacoba were Jacoba Van Derwees Jacoba Vanderveer and Jacoba Vanderveer.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1704. Long Island City, Queens, NY

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 79, 323.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 115 M    i. William Johnse Covenhoven was born on 25 Oct 1705 in Long Island, New York,67 died on 25 Nov 1764 in Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey67 at age 59, and was buried in Dec 1764 in Old Penn's Neck Cemetery. Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey.

   116 F    ii. Tryntje Johnse Covenhoven was born on 30 Oct 170977 and died before 1712. Other names for Tryntje were Triinke Van Kouwenhoven, Trinke Van Kouwenhoven, and Tryntje Van Kouwenhoven.67

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 79.

+ 117 M    iii. Cornelius Johnse Covenhoven was born about 1712 in Charleston, Montgomery, New York and died on 17 Apr 1804 in Charleston, Montgomery, New York67 about age 92.

   118 F    iv. Tryntje Johnse Covenhoven was born in 1712.

   119 M    v. Peter Johnse Covenhoven was born on 5 Dec 1714.77 Other names for Peter were Peter Covenhoven and Peter Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 79.

Peter married Rebecca Combs.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 79.

+ 120 M    vi. Jan Johnse Covenhoven was born before 12 Apr 1719 in New Jersey,111 was baptized on 12 Apr 1719 in New Jersey,111 and died after 24 Feb 1778 in Berkeley, Virginia.111

+ 121 M    vii. Gerret Johnse Covenhoven was born on 27 Apr 1726 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey67 and died on 1 Nov 1812 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey67 at age 86.

   122 M    viii. Jacob Van Kouwenhoven 77 was born in 1727.77 Another name for Jacob was Jacob Covenhoven.77

+ 123 M    ix. Dominicus Johnse Covenhoven was born about 1730 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jun 1778 in Middlesex, New Jersey about age 48.

23. Annatje Conover 21 was born in 1683 in Flatlands, Kings, New York21 and died on 11 Nov 1704 in Kings, Flatlands, New York at age 21. Other names for Annatje were Annetje Willemse Couwenhoven,21 Annetje Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, and21 Annetje Willemse Van Kowenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 8, 184.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 21 Possibly died after 1717

• Fact 2: Probably born April 22, 1683

• Fact 3: Possibly died in Monmouth County, New Jersey

• Alt. Birth: 13 Apr 1683. 21 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

Annatje married Johannes Antonidies, son of Rev. Vincentius Antonides, WFT Est 1673-1719. Johannes was born WFT Est 1647-1684 and died WFT Est 1673-1762 at age 26. Another name for Johannes was Johannes Antonides.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.

Annatje next married Aert Williamson,21 son of Willem Aertszen 236 and Chrystyntje Nagel,21 on 11 Nov 1704 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York. Aert was born in 1678, was baptized on 29 Apr 1678,237 and died WFT Est 1723-1770 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 45. Other names for Aert were Aert Williamson Aert Willemse, Aert Williamse Williamson, and21 Coert Williamson.21

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 11 Nov 1704.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 8, 184.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Probably born April 29, 1678

Children from this marriage were:

+ 124 M    i. Elbert Aertse Williamson was born WFT Est 1700-1726 in An Unknown Location and died about 1799 about age 99.

   125 M    ii. Arthur Aertse Williamson was born WFT Est 1700-1726 in An Unknown Location and died in 1750 in An Unknown Location at age 50.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10, 185.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.

Arthur married Jane Pieterse Covenhoven, daughter of Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven 77 and Patience Daws,.77.,194 Jane was born on 28 Jul 1697.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10, 185.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.

+ 126 M    iii. William Aertse Williamson was born on 18 Feb 1709 and died on 22 Apr 1788 at age 79.

   127 F    iv. Jannetje Aertse Williamson was born in 1711 and died on 4 Aug 1755 at age 44.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

Jannetje married Leffert Lefferts about 1732.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

+ 128 F    v. Aeltje Williamson 21,175 was born in 171421 and died WFT Est 1756-1809 at age 42.

+ 129 F    vi. Eleanor Aertse Williamson was born in 1720 and died on 6 Nov 1771 at age 51.

+ 130 M    vii. David Aertse Williamson was born in 1721 and died on 24 Apr 1766 at age 45.

24. William Willemse Couwenhoven 8,79,112 was born on 7 Mar 1686 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York23 and died on 19 Jan 1769 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York23 at age 82. Other names for William were Willem Willense Couwenhoven William Cowenhoven, William Couwenhoven,8,79,112 William Kouwenhoven, William Kowenhoven,8,79,112 Willem Willemse Van Kouwenhoven, and238 William Willemse Van Kowenhoven.239

General Notes:

[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771, pp. 243, 244]

Page 534.--In the name of God, Amen. December 10, 1757. I, WILLIAM KOWENHOVEN, of Flatlands, in Kings County, being weak and sick. I direct all debts to be paid. "It is my will and order that my wife Antye have all my black Slaves, both negroes and wenches, to serve her and work on my plantation, during her widowhood." I leave to my wife and my son Gerritt each 1/2 of all the profits of my farm or plantation, but if my wife marry, she is to have œ100. I leave to my grandson, Willem Kowenhoven, Jr., son of my eldest son Willem, deceased, œ5 for his birthright. I leave to my son Gerritt all my Patentee right in the Common and undivided lands and meadows in the township of Flatlands, which my father, Willem Gerrittse Van Kowenhoven, did make over to me by a certain Instrument, dated July 28, 1727; Also all my horses and husbandry tools. All my money and bonds are to be equally divided among my seven children. The sons and daughters of my son Willem, deceased, are to have their father's share, but as his youngest daughter Sarah is dead, her child shall have her share, and all the rest to my children, Luke, Gerritt, Jannettie, widow of Gerritt Schenck, Aeltye, wife of Cornelis Voorhees, Jr., and to the three daughters of my daughter, Cathalyntie Schenck, deceased, and to my daughter Neeltye, wife of Johanes Duryee. I make my sons, Luke and Gerritt, executors.

Witnesses, Peter Stryker, Jr., Gerritt Stryker, Peter Stryker. Proved, March 30, 1769.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 7 Mar 1685. 23 Flatlands, New York

• Alt. Birth: 7 Mar 1686. 67 New York

• Alt. Death: Between 10 Dec 1757 and 30 Mar 1769.

William married Annetje Lucase Van Voorhees, daughter of Lucas Stevense Voorhees 225 and Catherine Hansen Van Noorstrand,240 on 5 Jun 1709 in New Amersfoort, New York. Annetje was born before 25 Apr 1686 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York241 and died on 30 Sep 1774 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.238 Other names for Annetje were Antye, Anetje Van Voohees, Anna Van Voorhees Anetie Lucasse Van Voorhees, and Annetje Lucasse Voorhees.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 25 Apr 1686. 241 Brooklyn, Kings County, New York

• Alt. Death: After 10 Dec 1757.

• Alt. Death: 30 Sep 1774. 238 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

Children from this marriage were:

   131 F    i. Margaret Couwenhoven .8.,79

Margaret married Joseph Schenk,8.,79 son of Jan Gerretse Schenck and Annetje Couwenhoven,.8.,79 Joseph was born between 1737 and 1775.

   132 M    ii. William Willemse Covenhoven was born on 10 Mar 1710 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 7 Jun 1710 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.

   133 F    iii. Catalina Willemse Covenhoven was born on 27 Jul 1711 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 28 Jul 1720 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York at age 9.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

+ 134 M    iv. William Willemse Covenhoven was born on 22 Jan 1713 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died in 1747 at age 34.

   135 F    v. Jannetje Willemse Covenhoven was born on 6 Oct 1714 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 14 Feb 1792 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 77. Other names for Jannetje were Jannetje Kouwenhoven and Jannettie Kowenhoven.

Jannetje married Jacobus Andrease Emans, son of Andries Emans and Rebecca Van Cleef. Another name for Jacobus is Jacobus Emans.

Jannetje next married Gerret Gerretse Schenck, son of Gerret Roelofsen Schenk 79 and Neeltje Coertse Van Voorhees,79 in Nov 1737 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York. Gerret was born on 30 Aug 1712 and died before 10 Dec 1757. Other names for Gerret were Garret Schenck and Gerritt Schenck.

+ 136 M    vi. Luke Couwenhoven 8,79 was born on 7 Jun 1716 in Flatbush, Long Island, New York8,79 and died in 1777 in Windsor, Mercer, New Jersey at age 61.

   137 F    vii. Altje Willemse Covenhoven was born on 21 Mar 1718 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died after 8 May 1755 in Cranbury, Middlesex, New Jersey.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 7.

Altje married Cornelius Cornelis Voorhees, son of Antje Danielse Rapelje, about 1747 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York. Cornelius was born in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

+ 138 F    viii. Annetje Couwenhoven 8,79 was born on 21 Mar 1720 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 18 Aug 1739 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York at age 19.

+ 139 F    ix. Catalyn Willemse Covenhoven was born on 1 Apr 1722 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died before 10 Dec 1757.

   140 F    x. Neeltje Willemse Covenhoven was born on 6 Mar 1724 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York23 and died WFT Est 1751-181823 at age 27.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

Neeltje married Johannes Duryea, son of Abraham Duryea, on 19 Sep 1745 in Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, New York.23 Johannes was born after 1720 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York23 and died WFT Est 1786-1814 in New York, New York.23

+ 141 M    xi. Garret Willemse Covenhoven was born on 11 Nov 1726 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 23 Sep 1777 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York at age 50.

   142 F    xii. Sarah Willemse Covenhoven was born on 23 Jul 1728 in Flatlands, Long Island, Kings, New York and died after 23 Jul 1728 in Flatlands, Long Island, Kings, New York.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

   143 F    xiii. Jacoba Willemse Covenhoven was born in 1734 and died about 1735 in New Utrecht, Long Island, , New York about age 1.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

26. Jacomina Willemse Couwenhoven was born on 28 Dec 1689 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York and died after 1774 in Freehold, New Jersey. Other names for Jacomina were Jacquemyntie Willense Couwenhoven, Jacomina Covenhoven, and Jacomina F. Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 8.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Possibly died about 1772

Jacomina married Elbert Willemse, son of Willem Aertszen 236 and Chrystyntje Nagel,21 on 5 Jun 1709 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York. Elbert was born in 1688 in Flatbush, Kings, New York and died about 1733 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey about age 45. Other names for Elbert were Elbert Willemsen Elbert Williamson and Elbert Williamson.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Comment 1: Possibly married in Flatbush, Kings County, New York

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 8, 185.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 144 M    i. David Elbertse Williamson .

+ 145 M    ii. William Elbertse Williamson was born about 1713 and died in 1774 about age 61.

+ 146 M    iii. Elbert Elbertse Williamson was born in 1724.

+ 147 M    iv. Aert Elbertse Williamson was born in 1727.

   148 F    v. Jannetje Elbertse Williamson was born in 1732.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

Jannetje married Dominicus Vanderveer on 28 Oct 1757 in New Jersey.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.
2) New Jersey Marriage Records

28. Peter Monfort 17,49,91,133 was born in 1689 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York13 and died in May 1780 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey134 at age 91. Other names for Peter were Peter Monfort, Pieter Montfoort 49. and91

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel Schillinger]

Bergen describes him as "Peter of Redding, Hunterdon Co., NJ."

Dorothy Koenig, editor of New Netherlands Connections, writes:

"Teunis Bergen estimates their [i.e., Jan Pietersz MONTFORT and Ida BRINKERHOFF] son Pieter's birth as having occured in 1700. This seems to me to be too late because it would mean that Pieter MONTFORT would have been only 15 at the time of the baptism of his first child in 1715! I suspect he was born earlier, but I have not discovered his baptismal record."

- E-mail - - Subject: Ancestors of Peter Montfort
Date: Sun, 19 Sep 1999 16:20:13 -0700 (PDT)
From: Dorothy Koenig <dkoenig@library.berkeley.edu>
To: Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com

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[Source: New Jersey, Abstract of Wills, 1670-1817]

1771, May 31. Monfoort, Pieter, of Reading Township, Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of. To the children of Weina, my second wife's daughter, £15. Eldest son, John Monfoort, £10. My real and personal estate to be divided in 8 parts, and son, John, to have one part, and the children of my son, Pieter, to have one part, for the sake of their mother, Johanna, during her life, to remain in the hands of my Executors, and given to her as needed, said son, Peter, being deceased, and to the children of my son, Jacob, deceased, one part, and to my son, Abraham, one part, and my son, Jacobus, one part, and my daughter, Ida, the wife of David Van Duine, one part, and the children of my daughter, Knierties, deceased, one part, and daughter, Sara, the wife of William Graimes, one part. Executors-sons, John Monfoort, and Abraham Monfoort. Witnesses-Jacobus Vanderbilt, John Wyckoff, Nicolas Wyckof.
Proved June 7, 1780.
1780, May 5. Inventory, £3,536.4.8, made by Harmen Lane and John Wyckoff
Lib. 22, p. 142.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Farmer, Tavernkeeper (Publick House)

• Fact 2: 17,33 Bergen: Gives year of birth as 1700

• Fact 3: 17,33 Bergen lists twelve children, Sisser (p. 27) lists only nine

• Alt. Birth: 16 Feb 1681. Jamaica, U.S.

• Alt. Birth: 1689. 49 Jamaica, Long Island, NY

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1690. 17

• Alt. Death: May 1780. 17 , Hunterdon Co., NJ

• Alt. Death: May 1780. 49 Reading Twnsp, Hunterdon Cty., NJ

• Occupation: 49 farming and livestock

• Religion: 49 Protestant

Peter married Margrietje Haff,49 daughter of Lourens Haff 134 and Kniertje Pieters Meet,244 in 1714 in Queens, New York.242.,243 Margrietje was born about 1694 in Possibly Gravesend, Long Island49 and died about 1745 in Reading Township, Hunterdon, New Jersey49 about age 51. Other names for Margrietje were Margaret Haff,13,49,125,245 Margarietje Haff, and49 Margrietje Haff.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, MARY CASSATT ANCESTRY.FTW]

The baptismal records from the Dutch Refromed Church at Jamaica, Long Island, NY (as published serially in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Jan 1974ff) contain entries for the christenings of five children born to Pieter MONTFOORT and
Margarieta [HAFF], as follows:

Date Person Sponsors
Christened

"31 Jul 1715 Ydatie Jan Montfoort, Yda Montfoort
28 Jul 1717 Jan Lourens Haff, Kniertie Haff
12 Apr 1719 Knierte Pieter Haff, Wijntie Haff
12 May 1723 Louwerens Jurye Hof, Ana Catrien Hof
4 Jul 1725 Pieter Pieter Luyster, Sara Luyster"

The identities of the sponsors are invaluable is assembling family groups. The naming of the first 2 children as "Ydatie"/Ida and Jan seems to clinch the assumption that Pieter was the son of Jan Pieterszen MONTFORT and Ida Abrahams BRINKERHOFF, especially since that couple were the godparents at the christening of Ida.

- Dorothy Koenig, editor of New Netherlands Connections
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Date: Sun, 19 Sep 1999 16:20:13 -0700 (PDT)
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To: Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1714. 242,243

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1694. 49 Flatbush, Kings Co., N.Y.

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1710. 243 , Queens Co., Long Island, NY

• Alt. Death: 1740. 13,49 Reading, Hunterdon, New Jersey

• Religion: 49 Protestant

Children from this marriage were:

   149 M    i. Pieter Monfoort 33 was born about 1715,33 was baptized in 1715,30 and died between 1715 and 1725. Another name for Pieter was Peter Monfoort.33

Christening Notes:

+ 150 F    ii. Ida Monfort 246,247,248 was born about 1715 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York,49 was baptized on 31 Jul 1715 in Jamaica Reformed Dutch Church, Queens Co., Long Island, NY,242,243 and died after May 1771 in York, , Pennsylvania.249

+ 151 M    iii. Jan Monfoort 49 was born in 1717 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York,250 was baptized on 28 Jul 1717 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 died on 4 May 1777 in York, , Pennsylvania49,251 at age 60, and was buried about 4 May 1777 in Low Dutch Cemetery (Southern), Conewago Township, Adams, Pennsylvania.90

+ 152 F    iv. Conneghty Monfort 49,252,253 was born about 1719 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York,254 was baptized on 12 Apr 1719 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 and died in May 1770 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey about age 51.

+ 153 F    v. Sara Monfoort 49,252 was born about 1721 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York,255 was baptized on 2 Apr 1721 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 and died in May 1771 about age 50.

   154 M    vi. Louwerens Monfoort 49,252 was born about 1723 in Hempstead, Long Island, New York,255 was baptized on 12 May 1723 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,255 and died in probably died young.255 Another name for Louwerens was Louwerens Monfort Lourens Monfoort.

+ 155 M    vii. Peter Monfort 33,252 was born about 1725 in Hempstead, Long Island, New York,33 was baptized on 4 Jul 1725 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 and died in Oct 1769 in York, , Pennsylvania about age 44.

+ 156 M    viii. Jacob Monfoort 49,252 was born about 1727 in Hempstead, Long Island, New York and died before May 1769 in York, , Pennsylvania.

+ 157 M    ix. Abraham Monfoort 49,252 was born about 1729, was baptized on 8 Feb 1730 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 and died in Aug 1789 in Reading Township, Hunterdon, New Jersey about age 60.

   158 F    x. Louisa Monfoort was born about 1730. Another name for Louisa was Louisa Monfort.

+ 159 M    xi. Jacobus Monfort 33,49,252 was born on 9 Jun 1734 in Reading Township, Hunterdon, New Jersey, was baptized on 9 Jun 1734,49,256 and died in 1795 in Warren, Ohio49 at age 61.

   160 M    xii. Elbert Monfoort was born about 1737. Another name for Elbert was Elbert Monfort.

Peter next married Styntie Williamson on 9 Aug 1748 in New Jersey.257 Styntie was born about 1703.49 Other names for Styntie were Christintje Jans and Styntie Janse.49

Marriage Notes: [Source: New Jersey Marriages, Colonial Era, 1665-1800]

Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey
Marriage Licenses.
The Marriage Ceremony
Males. M
Divorces By the Court of Chancery.
page 266
[p.266] Monfoort, Peter, and Styntie Williamson 1748 Aug. 9

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage License: 9 Aug 1758. New Jersey

General Notes:

[Note: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 27 November 2000]

It is possible that Styntie Williamson was originally known as Styntie Janse.

29. Abraham Monfort 135,136,137 was born about 1693 of Hempstead, Long Island135 and died in Aug 175049 about age 57. Other names for Abraham were Abraham Monfoort, Abraham Monfort, and Abraham Montfoort.

General Notes:

NOTE: The will below is probably NOT the will of Abraham Monfoort, son of John Monfoort. My reason for this statement is that John Monfoort did not name a son, Johanes, in his will dated 29 August 1720 whereas Abraham Monfoort (in his will below) identifies a brother named Johanes. Based on John Monfoort's age at the time of his 1720 will, I doubt if he had an additional son in the period between the date of his will and his death. -- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 6 June 2000

[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol IV 1744-1753, p. 297]

Page 216.--I, ABRAHAM MONFORT, of Hempstead, being weak in body, this March 11, 1747. All my estate is to be sold by my executors. From the proceeds I leave to my sons John and Peter, œ20 each. I leave to the 5 children of Peter Monfort, of the Fishkills, which he had by my wife's daughter, œ20 (names not given). All the rest of my estate I leave to my 5 children, John, Peter, Mary, Lida and Ann. My two negroes are to be sold. I make my brother, Johanes Monfort, and my friend, Roelof Schenck, and my son John, executors.

Witnesses, Caleb Morall, Minie Schenck, John Morall. Proved, August 27, 1750.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: of Hempstead

• Fact 1: 33 Teunis Bergen says Abraham married Sarah Luyster and had six children

• Fact 2: 33 Teunis Bergen: Children of Abraham - John, Mary, Ida, Antie, Peter, Lammetie

• Fact 3: 33 Teunis Bergen: Abraham's will was dated 11 March 1745

• Alt. Birth: 1692.

• Alt. Death: Between 11 Mar 1747 and 27 Aug 1750. 49 Dates will written and proved

• Will Proved: 27 Aug 1750. 258

Abraham married Sarah Ditmas 136,137 about 1724.115.,135 Sarah was born about 1689 in New York and died before 11 Mar 1747. Other names for Sarah were Sarah \ and135 Sarah Ditmars.154

Children from this marriage were:

+ 161 M    i. John Monfoort 259,260 was born in May 1725 in Hempstead, , New York,261 was baptized on 21 May 1725 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,262 died on 15 Jun 1792261 at age 67, and was buried on 16 Jun 1792.262

+ 162 F    ii. Mary Abraham Monfoort 136,261 was born on 22 Jan 1727 in New York261 and died after 15 Oct 1758.263

+ 163 F    iii. Ida Monfort 258,264 was born before 29 Aug 1729,137 was baptized on 29 Aug 1729 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,137 and died after 24 Dec 1797.264

+ 164 F    iv. Ann Monfort 8,79,97,150,258,265,266 was born before 4 Aug 1732 in Flushing Bay, Newtown, Queens, New York,8,79,150,261 was baptized on 4 Aug 1732 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,267 and died on 8 Oct 1793.268

   165 M    v. Peter Monfort 258 was born before 3 Nov 1734,261 was baptized on 3 Nov 1734 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,154 and died between 7 Apr 1794 and 30 Oct 1794.154 Another name for Peter was Peter Abraham Monfoort.261

General Notes:

[Source: Henry Augustus Stoutenburgh, A Documentary History of Het (the) Nederdeutsche Gemeente: Dutch Congregation, of Oyster Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau, Now Long Island, Issues 1-5 (Google eBook), p. 349]

'Peter Monfort, of Flushing, wagon maker, son of Abraham and Sarah Ditmars, bp. Nov. 3, 1734, n Ja,; was not married. Was a deacon in R. D. C. at Success, Sep. 19. 1772. His will is dated Apl. 7, 1794; proved Oct. 30, 1794 (R. L. A., F., 233, Ja.). This is an index will."

30. Sara Monfoort was born on 28 Feb 1696 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,138 was baptized on 29 Mar 1696,49 and died on 7 Feb 175749,138 at age 60. Other names for Sara were Sarah Monfoort, Sarah Monfort, and113 Sarah Montfoort.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 28 Feb 1696. 138 Brooklyn, NY

Sara married Peter Luyster,33,49,269 son of John Pieterse Luyster and Wyntje Hercks Siboutsen,244 on 11 May 1718.49 Peter was born on 9 Nov 1696 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York269,270 and died on 18 Apr 1772 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York270 at age 75.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 11 May 1718. 115,271 Date of marriage given by Fred Sisser and Patsy Van Huyck

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 10 Mar 1687.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 166 F    i. Wyntie Luyster 33 was born between 1717 and 1757 and died after 28 Apr 1764.272

   167 F    ii. Aletta Luyster 33 was born between 1717 and 1757 and died after 28 Apr 1764.272 Another name for Aletta was Alke Leyster.

Aletta married John Wortman.33

   168 F    iii. Jane Luyster 33 was born between 1717 and 1757 and died after 28 Apr 1764. Other names for Jane were Jane Leyster and Yanichy Simonson.272

General Notes:

Possibly known as Jenny Leyster (Will of Jacobus Monfort, 27 May 1769)

Jane married Frederick Simonson 33 before 28 Apr 1764. Frederick died before 28 Apr 1764.

+ 169 M    iv. John Luyster 33,113,273 was born on 24 Jan 1721273 and died on 2 Jun 1803273 at age 82.

+ 170 M    v. Peter Luyster 33,113,274 was born on 30 Sep 1722,274 died on 29 Nov 1801274 at age 79, and was buried on 29 Nov 1801.274

   171 M    vi. Jacobus Luyster 113 was born on 22 Jan 1725,275 died on 12 May 1777275 at age 52, and was buried on 14 May 1777.275 Other names for Jacobus were Jacobus Leyster and Jacobus Luister.276

General Notes:

[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol X 1780-1782, page 234]

Page 531.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JACOBUS LUISTER, of the Township of Oysterbay, Queens County, yeoman, being weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory, this ninth day of May, 1777, make this will and testament. After my just debts and funeral charges are paid, I leave to my sister's son, Albert Van Nostrant, œ20. Unto my brother's son, Jacobus Luyster, œ20. Unto the following persons the sum of œ20 each: My brother John's daughter, Maria Luister; my sister Ida's son, Abraham Monfort; my sister Sarah's son, William Bennett; my sister Jannetie's son, Charles Simonson; my sister Altie's daughter, Jannetie Wortman; my wife's brother Lucas's daughter, Mary Nostrant; my wife's brother George's son, John Nostrant; my wife's sister Anne's daughter, Rentie Luister; all of which to be paid out of my personal estate. The remainder of my estate, both real and personal, be left to the care of my executors for the use of my beloved wife Maria; and after her death, to go to my brother John's son, Peter Luister, and to my wife's sister's daughter, Rentie Monfort. I make my brother, John Luister, Jost Monfoort, Esq., and John Schenck, of Cedar Swamp, executors; and for their trouble they shall have œ10 out of my estate.

Witnesses, Rem Hegeman, Samson Crooker, both of Oyster bay, yeomen, Alchee Wortman. Proved, April 29, 1782.

Jacobus married Maria Van Nostrand,33.,113 daughter of Hans Nostrand 275 and Rensie Van Voorhis,.275 Maria was born about 13 Sep 1724, was baptized on 13 Sep 1724,275 died on 7 Jul 1793275 about age 68, and was buried on 8 Jul 1793.275 Another name for Maria was Maria Nostrand.275 They had no children.

+ 172 F    vii. Ida Luyster 33,262 was born on 10 Mar 1727262 and died on 12 Apr 1766262 at age 39.

+ 173 F    viii. Sarah Luyster 33,277,278 was born on 12 May 1729278 and died on 19 Jul 1780278 at age 51.

31. Aeltie Montfoort was born in 1698,49,138 was baptized on 28 Aug 1698,49,115 and died WFT Est 1726-1792138 at age 28. Other names for Aeltie were Aeltej Monfoort, Aeltje Monfoort, and Altie Monfoort Aeltje Montfoort.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptized: 28 Aug 1698. 279 Flatbush Dutch Church, Flatbush, New York

Aeltie married Abraham Gerritsen.,280 son of Gerrit Lubertsen 280 and Geertruy Willems Van Boerum,.280 Abraham was born about 1692279 and died after 21 Mar 1751.279 Another name for Abraham was Abraham Gerresen.280

Children from this marriage were:

   174 M    i. Gerrit Gerritsen 279 was born about 1725.279

Gerrit married Aeltje Seaman.279

   175 M    ii. John Gerritsen 279 was born about Dec 1732.279 Another name for John was Jan Gerritsen.

John married Catrina Voorhees.281

   176 M    iii. Abraham Gerritsen 279 was born between 1733 and 1738.279

   177 F    iv. Geertruy Gerritsen 279 was born about Apr 1735.279 Another name for Geertruy was Charity Gerritsen Geertie Gerritsen.

Geertruy married Teunis Kuyper 281 on 23 Dec 1753 in Tappan Dutch Church.281

32. Susannah Montfoort was born in 1703,49,115 was baptized on 30 Mar 1703,49 and died on 1 Dec 174849,115 at age 45. Other names for Susannah were Susanna Monfoort, Susanna Monfoort, and Susanna Janse Montfort.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 210.

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NOTE: Bergen, page 254, says Susanna was the daughter of Pieter Monfort.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptism: 30 Mar 1703. 115

Susannah married Roelof Martense Schenck,282 son of Marten Roelofse Schenck 283 and Elizabeth Minne Voorhies,283 on 9 Nov 1727.49 Roelof was born on 18 Oct 1696 and died on 12 May 1777 at age 80. Other names for Roelof were Roelf Schenck,49 Roelof Schenck, and49 Roelof Martense Schenck.

Marriage Notes:

Sisser gives date of marriage as 9 November 1727 not 1720

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 9 Nov 1720. 49

General Notes:

Resided in Flatlands and during one period in Cow Neck in Hempstead. His will was dated May 20, 1727.

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pgs. 210, 254.

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NOTE: Assuming Bergen has the dates of his father's marriages right, then he is wrong below in attributing Roelof Martense as the son of Marten and Susanna (Brinckerhoff). The date of Roelof's birth indicates he was the son of Marten and Elizabeth.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 23 December 2001

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 254]

Roelof Martense 2d (s. of Marten Roelofse and Susanna), b. Oct. 18, 1696; m. Nov. 9, 1727, Susanna dau. of Pieter Monfort. Resided in Flds, and at one period in Cow Neck in Hempstead. Will da. May 20, 1775, and pro. May 18, 1785. Issue:--Marten Roelofse of Hempstead, b. Nov. 14, 1728, m. Phebe Prince; Ida Roelofse, b. Apl. 14, 1731, m. 1764 George or Isaac Rapalje; Lammetje Roelofse, b. Oct. 25, 1734, d. Sept. 30, 1742; Neeltje Roelofse, b. Oct. 24, 1736, m. 1766 George Debevois; Sara Roelofse, b. Mar. 6, 1738, d. Sept. 1738; John Roelofse, known as Judge Schenck of Hempstead, b. Apl. 16, 1740, m. Elizabeth Layton, d. 1832; Abraham Roelofse of Great Neck, b. Aug. 1, 1742, m. Cataline Hoogland; Sara Roelofse, b. Mar. 25, 1745; and Pieter Roelofse, b. Dec. 5, 1746. Signed his name "Roelof Schenck."


Children from this marriage were:

   178 M    i. Marten Roelofse Schenck 144 was born on 14 Nov 1728.220


   179 F    ii. Ida Schenck 90,144,284,285 was born on 14 Apr 1731,90,285 died on 2 Jul 180490 at age 73, and was buried after 2 Jul 1804 in Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery, Hopewell Junction, Dutchess, New York.90

General Notes:

Bergen, in his "Register", page 254, says Ida married George or Isaac Rapalje. Other sources say an Ida Schenck married Rem Adriance and still others say an Ida Schenck married Isaac Adriance, Rem's supposed brother. It is very confusing to me.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 22 April 2015



Ida married Isaac Adrianse.,286 son of Rem Adrianse and Sarah Brinckerhoff,79,97,150.,287.,288 Isaac was born before 28 Apr 1722,288 was baptized on 28 Apr 1722,288 died on 15 Apr 1799,90 and was buried after 15 Apr 1799 in Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery, Hopewell Junction, Dutchess, New York.90 Another name for Isaac was Isaac Adriance 97.,288

General Notes:

[Source: The Ryerson Genealogy, page 270]

According to this source, Isaac Adriance was married twice.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 1789. 288

   180 F    iii. Lammetje Roelofse Schenck 220 was born on 25 Oct 1734220 and died on 30 Sep 1742220 at age 7.

+ 181 F    iv. Neeltje Roelofse Schenck 220 was born on 24 Oct 1736.220

   182 F    v. Sarah Schenck 144 was born on 6 Mar 1738220 and died in Sep 1738.220

   183 M    vi. John Schenck 144 was born on 16 Apr 1740220 and died in 1832220 at age 92.

John married Elizabeth Layton.220

+ 184 M    vii. Abram Schenck 289,290 was born on 1 Aug 1742220 and died after 1 Nov 1766.

   185 F    viii. Sarah Roelofse Schenck 220 was born on 25 Mar 1745.220

   186 M    ix. Pieter Roelofse Schenck 220 was born on 5 Dec 1746.220 Another name for Pieter was Peter Schenck.144

   187 F    x. Elizabeth Schenck 144 was born about 1748.

37. Pieter Pieterse Monfoort was born on 16 Feb 1681 in New York, was baptized on 27 Feb 1681,49 and died in 1773 at age 92. Other names for Pieter were Peter Monfort III, Peter Montford, and Peter Montford.

General Notes:

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 211]

Pieter (s. of Pieter and Marretje), b. in Flds Feb. 16, 1681; m. Nov. 9, 1702, Louisa(???). Settled in Somerset Co., N. J., and had issue:--Maria, b. 1705; Hendrick, b. 1710; Elbert, b. 1713; Maria, b. 1716; Sara, b. 1718; William, b. 1722; and John, b. 1726.

Pieter married Louisa Boerum, daughter of Hendrick Willemse Van Boerum 291 and Maria Ariaens, on 9 Nov 1702. Louisa was born in 1680 in New York, was baptized on 24 Oct 1680 in Flh.,292 and died after 1726. Another name for Louisa was Louise Boerum.

Children from this marriage were:

   188 F    i. Maria Monfoort 293 was born in 1705.293

+ 189 M    ii. Hendrick Monfoort 294 was born in 1710 and died before 25 Sep 1765.294

   190 M    iii. Elbert Monfoort 293 was born in 1713 and died WFT Est 1705-1807 at age -8.

   191 F    iv. Maria Monfoort 293 was born in 1716.293

   192 F    v. Sarah Monfoort 293 was born in 1718.293

+ 193 M    vi. John Monfoort 295 was born in 1726.154

39. Elbert Peterse Monfort 153,154 was born on 27 Jan 1687 in Flatlands, Kings, New York and died between 27 Dec 1725 and 1 Mar 1726.49 Other names for Elbert were Eibert Monfoort,153,154 Elbert Monfort, and153 Elbert Montford.

General Notes:

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 209]

Elbert (s. of Pieter Pieterse and Marretje), b. Jan. 27, 1687, in Flds; m. 1st, Oct. 5, 1707, Annetje(???); m. 2d (sup.) Susanna Van Wyck. Settled on a farm at Cow Neck, Hempstead Will da. Dec. 27, 1725; pro. Mar. 1, 1725-6; rec. p. 147, Lib. 10, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Mary or Marrytie, b. July 24, 1708, m. June or July 3, 1727, Minne Schenck; Jane, bp. 1710; Peter, bp. 1712; Rem, bp. 1712; (by 2d w.) Theodore, bp. 1723; and Antie, bp. 1724

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[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol II 1708-1728, page 331]

Page 142.--In the name of God, Amen, the 27 December, 1725. I, ELBERT MONTFORD, of Hempstead, in Queens County, being very sick. I leave to my wife Susannah the use of my farm situated upon Cow Neck in Hempstead, while she remains my widow. "But if she marry or joins in matrimony, then I bequeath to her œ200." I leave to my eldest son, Peter Montford, my largest Bible. I leave to all my sons, viz., Peter, Rem, and Theodorus, all my estate in law lying in Orange County. I leave to my four children, Jane, Mary, Peter, and Rem, œ50 each. After my wife's decease I leave all my estate at Cow Neck to all my children. I make my brother, Peter Montford and Rem Remsen, of Cow Neck, and Cornelius Van Wyck, executors.

Witnesses, Rem Remsen, Jr., Benjamin Smith, Hannah Smith. Proved, March 1, 1725/6.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Abt 1726. 155

• Will: 27 Dec 1725. 296

• Will Proved: 1 Mar 1726. 297

Elbert married Annatje Remsen on 5 Oct 1707. Annatje was born WFT Est 1670-1694 and died between 1713 and 1723.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 194 F    i. Maria Monfoort 298 was born on 24 Jul 170833 and died before 1 Nov 1766.290

   195 F    ii. Jannetje Monfoort 299 was born about 1710.33 Other names for Jannetje were Jane Monfoort and299 Jane Montford.

Jannetje married Peter Hegeman,299,300,301.,302 son of Adrian Hegeman 303,304 and Marya Cornel,.305 Peter was born on 3 Jun 1706,299 was baptized on 9 Jun 1706,306 and died on 23 Sep 1771299,300,302 at age 65. Other names for Peter were Petrus Hegeman and306 Pieter Hegeman.

General Notes:

[Source: A documentary history of het (the) Nederdeutsche gemeente, Dutch congregation, of Oyster Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau, now Long Island]

PETERTJS HEGEMAN, son of Adriaen and Marya Cernel, b. June 3, 1706; bp. June 9, 1706; d. , 1770; m., Dec. 13, 1746, Annatye Hoogland. May 24, 1753, he bought land in Mill River Swamp. He sold land to his son, Joost, for £6']0, Apl. 18, 1767.

Issue :
Adriaen, m. Annay Bennet.

Joost, m. Geertruy Hegeman.

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[Source: Abstracts of Wills, Vol VIII, 1771-1776 , pp. 6, 7]

Page 145.--"Know all men by these Presents that I, PETER HEGEMAN, of Oyster Bay, in Queens County, on Nassau Island, being this 22d day of April, 1769, pretty well in health, but being far advanced in years, and well knowing I must in a short time depart from this outward dwelling place, and therefore am willing to set my house in order." My executors are to pay all debts. I leave to my wife Anna the use of my west dwelling house with the Chamber and Leanto during the full time she remains my widow but no longer. Also one cupboard, 2 beds and furniture, and a negro girl, "Rachel," "and my great sitting chair, and five other chairs, one table, hand irons, riding chairs and horse to go in the chair," and such other household goods as she shall have occasion for in keeping house, and œ200, 1/2 to be paid by my son Yost and 1/2 by my grandson, Peter Hegeman. I leave to my son, Yost Hegeman, 1/2 of all my lands, meadows, and buildings, and to my grandson, Peter Hegeman, the other half; Also one half of my personal estate. "and they are to provide for my wife firewood for one fire, cut, carted and delivered at her door; and meat and bread corn and other provisions for food and diet for herself and negro girl." I make my son Yost and my brother, Abraham Hegeman, and my brother-in-law, Cornelius Hoogland, executors.

Witnesses, Joost Monfort, Samuel Willis. Proved, November 28, 1771.

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+ 196 M    iii. Peter Monfoort 33,49,154 was born on 3 Dec 1711 of The Fishkills,33,49,154 died on 25 Sep 1791154 at age 79, and was buried after 25 Sep 1791 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90

   197 M    iv. Rem Monfoort 33 was born about 171333 and died after 5 Jun 1769.307 Another name for Rem was Rem Montford.

Elbert next married Susannah Van Wyck,154 daughter of Dr. Theodorus Van Wyck 97,153,308,309 and Margaret Brinckerhoff,97 about 1723 in Flatlands, Kings, New York. Susannah was born on 1 Mar 1701153 and died after 27 Dec 1725.296 Other names for Susannah were Susanah Van Wyck,97 Susanna Van Wyck, and Sussannah Van Wyke.97

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 33 Possibly known as Susanna Smith

• Fact 2: 310 Possibly known as Susana Smith

Children from this marriage were:

+ 198 M    i. Theodorus Monfort was born in 1723 in Queens, New York and died before 5 Jun 1769.

   199 F    ii. Antie Monfoort was born on 29 Sep 1724 in Queens, New York and died on 29 Jan 1770 in Queens, New York at age 45.

General Notes:

[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771, page 316]

Page 264.--In the name of God, Amen. June 5, 1769. I, ANTIE MONFOORT, of Hempsted, Queens County, being in health. I leave to my brother, Rem Monfoort, a bond I have against him, and in case he shall come to want or not be able to help himself, he is to have the use of œ200, at the discretion of my executors. "The money which I got by my mother, Susana Smith, being œ45, I leave to the children of my brother, Theodorus Monfoort, Margaret and Susanne, and to the children of Daniel Polhemus, Cornelius and Polly, and to the children of Margaret Van Lew, John, Catrina, Susanne, Antie, and Margaret, and to Nellie Hegeman." I leave to Peter Monfoort œ11 5s.; To the children of my sister, Maritie Schenck, Elizabeth, Antie, Janettie, Maria, and Marten, œ11 5s.; To my niece, Elizabeth Onderdonk, œ6; To my niece, Antie Rapelye, œ6; To my niece, Antie Van Lew, œ6. All the rest of my estate I leave to my brother, Peter Monfoort, Nellie Hegeman, the children of my sister, Margaret Van Lew, and to the children of my brother, Daniel Polhemus. I make my brother, Benjamin Hegeman, and my nephews, Petrus Onderdonk and Marten Schenck, executors.

Witnesses, Elbert Hegeman, Andries Hegeman, Elbert Hegeman, Jr. Proved, February 5, 1770.

42. Cornelis Monfort 136 was born on 25 Apr 1694 in Flatlands, Kings, New York155 and died in 1765 in Most Likely: Fishkill, New York23 at age 71. Other names for Cornelis were Cornelis Peterse Monfoort, Cornelius Monfoort, and306 Cornelius Monfort.

General Notes:

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, p. 209]

MONFORT, CORNELIS (s. of Pieter Pieterse and Marretje), b. Apl. 25, 1694, in Flds; m. 1720 Maria or Marretje(???). Will da. Aug. 29, 1765; pro. Dec. 4, 1770; rec. p. 424, Lib. 27, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Petrus, bp. 1722, m. Dec. 4, 1747, Cornelia Nortwyck; Cornelius, bp. 1725; Marytie, bp. 1727, m. Oct. 1, 1748, Wm Johnson of Gd; and Elbert, bp. 1729. Suppose he removed to Fishkill Plains, Dutchess Co., about 1740; and that he is the ancestor of the Monforts in that vicinity.

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[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-177, page 372]

Page 424.--In the name of God, Amen. I, CORNELIUS MONFORT, of Queens County, August 29, 1765, being well in health. I leave to my wife Mary my best bed and furniture, a cupboard and all the linnen in the house that is mine. I leave to my granddaughter, Ann Monfort, œ5. I leave to my son Cornelius all my lands and movables, and he shall give my wife sufficient board and œ10 a year. And if she should happen to marry, she is to have only œ10. I leave to my granddaughter, Ann Monfort, œ100. To my granddaughter, Nellie Amberman, œ100. I make my son Cornelius and my loving friend, Daniel Duree, and my loving cousin, Peter Monfort, son of Abraham Monfort, executors.

Witnesses, John Talman, Daniel Laurence, William Talman. Proved, November 21, 1770.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 25 Apr 1694. 155

• Alt. Death: Abt 1770. 23

Cornelis married Maria Voorhees in 1720. Maria was born about 1700 and died after 29 Aug 1765. Other names for Maria were Maritie Voorhies,263 Maria Voorhis,306 Marretje Voorhis, and Marya Voorhis.136

Children from this marriage were:

   200 M    i. Petrus Monfoort 33 was born about 1722 and was baptized in 1722.311

Petrus married Cornelia Noort Wyck 311 9 Dec 1745 or 4 Dec 1747.311

+ 201 M    ii. Cornelius Monfoort 33,312 was born in 1725136 and died between 26 Aug 1786 and 7 Mar 1792.136

+ 202 F    iii. Marytie Monfoort 33,306 was born about 1727,23 was baptized in 1727,306 and died WFT Est 1757-182123 about age 30.

   203 M    iv. Elbert Monfoort 33 was born about 1729.

43. Jacobus Pieterse Monfoort was born on 6 Oct 1696 in Flatlands, Kings, New York155 and died on 20 Oct 1776 in Cedar Swamp, Queens, NY at age 80. Other names for Jacobus were Jacob(Us) Pieterse Monfoort and Jacobus Monfort.

General Notes:

[Source: Abstracts of Wills, Vol XIII, 1784-1786,pages 152, 153]

Page 19.--Know all men by these presents that I, JACOBUS MONFORT near Cedar Swamp in township of Oyster Bay, in Queens County, yeoman, being far advanced in years and being willing to set my house in order before my final change. I leave to my daughter Magdelana, wife of Peter Monfort, of Fishkill, œ50. To granddaughter Dorothy, wife of Andries Hegeman, œ50. To grandson, Garret Monfort, œ50. To daughter-in-law Catharine, wife of my son Jost Monfort, income of all the remainder of my estate, real and personal, so long as my son Jost lives "if he be now living." If she be a widow and remarry she forfeits estate which is to be divided between my grandchildren, viz.: Peter Monfort, Abraham Monfort, James Monfort, George Monfort, Elizabeth Monfort, Daniel Monfort and Dorothy Monfort. Notwithstanding what is above written if there be occasion property may be sold by executors and money paid to legatees as above.

Executors, friends, Daniel Duryee, Helmus Hoagland, Andries Hegeman and grandson, Garret Monfort.

Dated October 8, 1776. Witnesses, Nicholas Wright, Jacob Dillingham, Henry Prior, Samuel Willis. Proved, Queens County, May 14, 1785. Confirmed, New York, May 17, 1785.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: One source (WFT, Vol. 1) shows place of birth as Bushwick, New York

• Fact 2: One source (WFT, Vol. 1) shows place of death as Oyster Bay, New York

• Alt. Birth: 21 Oct 1696. 155

• Alt. Death: 20 Oct 1796.

Jacobus married Dorothy Duryea,49 daughter of Joost Duryea and Doritie \\,313 on 2 Jun 1720.23 Dorothy was born between 1700 and 1710 and died on 31 Dec 1775 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York.23 Another name for Dorothy was Doritie Duryea Doritie Dirye.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Bushwick

Children from this marriage were:

   204 F    i. Maria Monfoort 33 was born about 1721. Another name for Maria was Maria Monfort.33

+ 205 M    ii. Joost Monfoort 314 was born on 15 Jul 1724 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York and died in 1779 at age 55.

+ 206 M    iii. Pieter Monfoort 33,306 was born on 19 Jan 172733,49 and died on 6 Jul 1751311 at age 24.

+ 207 F    iv. Magdalena Monfoort 33 was born on 12 May 1729,33 died on 20 Dec 1785154 at age 56, and was buried after 20 Dec 1785 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90

44. John Monfoort 33 was born on 7 Feb 1702 in Flatlands, Kings, New York and died on 3 Jan 1755155 at age 52. Other names for John were Jan Pieterse Monfoort, John Monfort, and33 Jan Montfort.33

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 155 Sisser: Lists only two wives -- Antje Schenck (1) and Maria Polhemus (2)

John married Maria Polhemus.155 Another name for Maria is Maria Polhemelis.315

The child from this marriage was:

+ 208 M    i. Elbert J. Monfoort 316 was born on 11 Feb 1746 in Long Island, , New York315 and died on 26 Sep 1815315 at age 69.

John next married Antje Schenck 149,155,317 on 1 Jun 1726. Antje was born WFT Est 1688-1711 and died WFT Est 1731-1800 at age 43.

45. Peter Wyckoff was born about 1675 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York7,8,9,40,45,166,167 and died in 1759 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York7,8,9,40,45 about age 84. Another name for Peter was Pieter Wyckoff 7,8,9,10,42,45,155,318.,319

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

"He removed from Flatlands, N. Y., to New Jersey; a deed dated April 12, 1710, from Obadiah Bowne of Middletown, N. J., to Peter Wecof or Wicoff of the same place is for 90 acres, consideration L90. A deed dated Feb. 24, 1714/15, to property in Flatlands, from his father, Claes, to him then in Middletown, suggests that he was returning to Flatlands at about that time to the old Wyckoff farm. His will, made at Flatlands, May 25, 1753, probated Mar. 23 1759, is recorded in the New York City Surrogate's office. A deed of 1751 from him to his son, Pieter, Jr., is of land in Flatlands, called Ham's Hook, and meadows; consideration L300.

Another deed, dated Apr. 4, 1753, from Pieter Wickoff to Pieter Wickhof, Jr. is of several pieces of land: 15 acres at Flatlands Neck: and four lots of salt meadow at Varkhoeck's Vley; bears a signature evident of weakness." - The Wyckoff Family in America.

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[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol V 1754-1760, pp. 296, 297]

Page 253.--In the name of God, Amen, May 25, 1753. I, PETER WYCKOFF, of Flatlands, in Kings County, yeoman, being sick. "My executors are to prepare for my wife Elizabeth a sufficient dwelling house, with a good fire place in it, for her own use, for to keep her bedding and household goods in." I also leave her my negro boy "Anthony" during her life, and after her death whatever remains is for my sons. "It is my will that my wife's place of abode shall be among my children or grand children, and no where else." I leave to my eldest son Nicholas my largest copper kettle, for his birth right. I leave to my daughter Sarah's children œ300, with the provision that the heirs of Isaac Voorhees shall well and truly execute a deed of conveyance to Abraham Duryee according to their father's bargain. I leave to my daughter Antye's children œ300, with the condition that their father, Nicholas Johnson, shall come to a settlement and division in the Plantation where he now lives with my heirs. I leave to my daughter Jannettie's daughter Willemptie œ300. All the rest of my estate I leave to my 6 sons, Nicholas, Peter, John, Jacobus, Cornelius, and Marten. I make my sons John and Nicholas executors.

Witnesses, Stephen Schenck, Folkert Strong, Nicholas Schenck. Proved, March 23, 1759.

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[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, pages 190, 191]

(13) Peter had children as per his will;

19. Nicholas, b. about 1700; d. 1777; m. Elizabeth (???).
20. Peter.
21. John, b. 1705; d. Sept. 24, 1757; m. Adriana Lupardus, b. Dec. 29, 1697.
22. Jacobus; m., Mch., 1745, Catalyntie Gulick, dau. of Joachim Gulick.
23. Cornelius; d. 1756; m. Magdalena Duryea, dau. of Joost Duryea. (See below).
24. Martin, b. Jan. 20, 1718; d. 1803; m. (1), Marytie (???): (2), Sarah Van Neste, b. Feb. 16, 1726.
25. Antje; m. Nicholas Johnson.
26. Sarah; m. Isaac Voorhees.
27. Jannetje; m. Cornelius Vanderveer.

All of the above sons except John settled in Somerset and Hunterdon counties.

Noted events in his life were:

• Comment 1: Somerset Quarterly Vol V refers to two wives, Gertrude Romeyn and Elizabeth Van Pelt

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1675. 7,8,40,166 New York

• Alt. Birth: 1675. 319 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: 1759. 7,8,40,42

• Alt. Death: 1759. 167 Nieuw Amersfoort (ltr Flatlands, Brooklyn), New York

• Alt. Death: Bef 23 Mar 1759. 320

• Will Proved: 23 Mar 1759. 320,321

Peter married Willemtje Jansen Schenck,40,42,45,166,167 daughter of Jan Martense Schenck 40,42,45,203,322,323,324,325 and Janetje Stevense Van Voorhees,42,203,324,325 in 1696 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York 40.,45.,166.,167 Willemtje was born in 1677 in New York166,167 and died before 5 Sep 1716.326 Another name for Willemtje was Willemtje Schenck.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

PIETER WYCKOFF... married first in 1696, Willemtje Jansen Schenck; married secondly, Anne Elizabeth Van Pelt who survived him...

Children, all mentioned in his will, many baptized at First Dutch Church of Freehold, NJ" - The Wyckoff Family in America.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1696. 42,72

• Alt. Marriage: 5 Sep 1716. 40,166

Death Notes: Probable based on second marriage to Anne Elizabeth Van Pelt

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: Bef 25 May 1753, Date Of Pieter's Will Naming Second Wife, Elizabeth. 327

Children from this marriage were:

+ 209 M    i. Nicholas Wyckoff 7,8,166,169 was born on 1 Nov 16997,8 and died in 1778 in New Jersey at age 79.

+ 210 M    ii. Pieter Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born on 28 Mar 1704 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 and died on 14 Nov 1776169 at age 72.

+ 211 M    iii. John Wyckoff 7,8,166,328 was born in 17057,8,169 and died between 4 Sep 1757 and 8 Nov 1757.329

+ 212 M    iv. Jacobus Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born about 1708 in Nieuw Amersfoort (Ltr Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY)72,330 and died on 16 Jun 1774 in Somerset County, New Jersey72 about age 66.

   213 F    v. Antie Wyckoff 7,8,166,169 was born before 18 Feb 17107,8 and died before 25 May 1753.321

Antie married Nicholas Johnson 169 ____________.169 Nicholas died after 25 May 1753.321

+ 214 F    vi. Jannetie Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born on 31 Mar 1713 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 and died on 2 Nov 1772169 at age 59.

   215 M    vii. Cornelius Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born before 16 Sep 17157,8 and died after 25 May 1753.

Peter next married Anne Elizabeth Van Pelt,331 daughter of Pieter Van Pelt and Saartje Bogardus, on 5 Sep 1716.70 Anne was born on 9 Aug 1696 and died in 1760331 at age 64. Other names for Anne were Elizabeth,331 Ann Elizabeth Van Pelt,331 Anne Elizabeth Van Pelt Elizabeth Wyckoff, and Elizabeth Van Pelt.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Between 1715 and 1716. 70 WFT #2 has info -- need to check JPMH

• Alt. Marriage: 15 Sep 1709. 70

General Notes:

There is some dispute over the parents of this Anne Elizabeth Van Pelt. Apparently, the Wyckoff family claims she was the daughter of Pieter and Saarjte Bogardus Van Pelt, born or baptised on 9 August 1696, but another book, supposedly containing sources, claims that a daughter of another name was baptised on this date. This needs to be further researched. At this time, there is no proof that she was the daughter of Pieter and Saartje.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam. Sr., 23 February 2015

Here is a Rootsweb posting discussing this issue:

Rootsweb Dutch-Colonies-L Archive

From: "Dorothy A. Koenig" <doortje@wco.com>
Subject: Re: Van Pelt/Bogardus
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 1998 20:32:03 -0800 (PST)

Jacki, In your message (below) you ask if you've "got it straight", e.g.

Teunis Jansen Lanen Van Pelt married Grietje Jans
their son Jan Teunissen Van Pelt married Maria Pieterse (Peters)
their son Pieter Van Pelt married Saartje (Sarah) Bogardus
their dau (Anne ?) Elizabeth Van Pelt m. Pieter Wyckoff

The first 3 generations are fine. The trouble occurs just where *you*
would like to make a connection. Isn't that always the way!? You noted
that in the family I posted before for Pieter Van Pelt and his wife Sarah
Bogardus there was no daughter named either Anne or Elizabeth. Right!

You quoted "The Wyckoff Family in America" [volume I, 3rd edition, page 3]
as saying that Pieter Wyckoff (1675-1759) married as his second wife "Anne
Elizabeth Van Pelt, daughter of Pieter Van Pelt and Saartje Bogardus."
The Wyckoff book gives this Anne Elizabeth Van Pelt's birth date to be 9
August 1696. Lo and behold Bill Bogardus' book "Dear Cousin" gives 9
August 1696 as the birthdate of Marytje, the oldest child of Peter Van
Pelt and Saartje Bogardus. The Bogardus book is documented; the Wyckoff
book is not. Bogardus said that this baptism took place in the Brooklyn
DRC.

Indeed, Pieter Van Pelt and Saartje Bogardus had a child baptized in the
Brooklyn DRC on 9 August 1696, and "no name was recorded"!!!! The
witnesses were Hendrik van Pelt and Annetje "Keijserrijk" [Keisereich?].

Bill Bogardus says that Marytje Van Pelt married Johannes Van Namen, and
that they had two children baptized in the Port Richmond DRC.

On 24 April 1718 Johannes Van Namen's son "Pieter" was baptized. The
witnesses were Pieter Van Pelt and wife "Sartje".

On 29 March 1724 Johannes Van Namen and Narytje Van Pelt had their
daughter Sara baptized. The witnesses were Pieter Van Pelt and Sara
Bogardus.

I think the evidence is quite conclusive that the un-named child baptized
in Brooklyn DRC on 9 August 1696 was this Marytje.

You have now still to discover the discover the name of your Martin
Wyckoff's mother and her date of birth. Sorry! Dorothy

On Fri, 30 Jan 1998, Jacki D. Adipietro wrote:

> Dorothy,
>
> I wanted to personally thank you for the information you posted to
> Harman Clark. I was having a little trouble figuring out who Pieter Van
> Pelt's (the one that married Sarah Bogardus) parents were. I hope I
> have this straight now, please correct me if I'm wrong.
>
> Teunis Jansen Lanen Van Pelt married Grietje Jans
> their son Jan Teunissen Van Pelt married Maria Pieterse (Peters)
> their son Pieter Van Pelt married Saartje (Sarah) Bogardus
> their dau (Anne ?) Elizabeth Van Pelt m. Pieter Wyckoff
>
> The reason I was so confused is it seems there was an Elizabeth Van Pelt
> bp. 10 Mar 1716 in Long Island (daughter of Wouter Tuenis Lanen Van
> Pelt) that married a Petrus Wyckoff. Seeing that this Elizabeth wasn't
> even born until 1716, and my ancestor Martin Wyckoff was born in 1718,
> this puts this pair out of the question as parents.
>
> I guess I still have a question. The book "Wyckoff Family in America"
> lists an Anne Elizabeth Van Pelt (daughter of Peter Van Pelt and Saartje
> Bogardus) as marrying Pieter Wyckoff on Sept 5, 1716. In the note you
> posted to Harman Clark, I don't see any Anne or Elizabeth listed as
> Peter Van Pelt and Sarah Bogardus' child. I am still confused as to who
> in the world this Peter Van Pelt could be. HELP!
>
>
> --
> Jacki D. Adipietro
> jackid@ibm.net
> jacki@juno.com

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1696.

• Alt. Death: After 25 May 1753. 331

Children from this marriage were:

+ 216 M    i. Martin Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born on 20 Jun 1718 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 and died in 18037,8 at age 85.

+ 217 F    ii. Sarah Wyckoff 7,8,9,24,35,40,41,45,166,167,169,181,188,319,332,333 was born in 1720 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166,167 and died after 30 Nov 1749 in Will Of John Vanarsdalen (Wife Not Named).334

48. Sara Wyckoff 7,8,35,155,170,171 was born before 27 Feb 1681,173 was baptized on 27 Feb 1681 in Flatbush, , New York,173 died after 1 Apr 1747,170 and was buried after 1 Apr 1747 in Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.90

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Sara Wyckoff Amberman

Birth: Feb. 27, 1681
Flatlands
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA
Death: 1747
Flatlands
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA

Sara Wyckoff
1681-1747

Sara Wyckoff was born on February 27, 1681 to Nicholas Claesen Wyckoff (1646-1714) and Sarah Pieterse Van Montfoort (1656-1704) in Flatlands, Kings County, New York. Sara Wyckoff married Jan Dirckse Amberman on May 9th, 1703 in Flatlands, New York. Jan and Sara had five children.

Dirck (Derrick or Richard), was Jan and Sara's eldest son and first born, circa 1704. He married Margaret Polhemus who had been baptized April 18, 1704 in Brooklyn. She was the daughter of Daniel Polhemus of Flatlands and his wife (1st) Neeltje VanDerveer. Dirck died March 19, 1781 at about the age of 77.

Sara was their second child, born May 5, 1705 and baptized May 29, 1705 in the Flatlands Dutch Church. Claar Wyckoff and Willempje Wyckoff were the witnesses at her baptism. She had later married Peter Wyckoff, Jr. on August 5, 1727. Peter had been born May 28, 1704 and he had died June 20, 1792.

Jan and Sara's third child was Nicholas. He married Neeltie Polhemus, who was born in 1706. Nicholas died in 1777 at the age of about 71, in Hillsboro, New Jersey.

The fourth child, Jan, later moved to Staten Island. He married Lammetje Stryker, who was the widow of Gerret Stoothoff, January 13, 1749. Lammetje was born February 11, 1716.

Their fifth child, Petrus, was born May 29, 1716 and baptized at the Flatlands Dutch Church. he married Willemjie Schenck November 3, 1753. Her birthdate was October 4, 1726 and she died December 18, 1802. She was the daughter of Stephen Janse Schenck and Antie Wyckoff.

In Jan Dirckse Amberman's will, he left his wife, Sara all his estate, houses, lands, tenements, meadows, and improvements, wither in Flatlands or elsewhere during her natural life, provided she continues my widow and bears my name, but no longer.

Sarah died in 1747 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York and is buried with her husband at the Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.


Family links:
Parents:
Nicholas Clausen Pieterse Wyckoff (1646 - 1714)
Sarah Pieterse Van Montfort Wyckoff (1656 - 1704)

Spouse:
Jan Dirckse Amerman/Amberman (1674 - 1757)*

Children:
Derrick Amberman (1704 - 1781)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery
Brooklyn
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA

Created by: Shirley Amberman Guenett...
Record added: May 26, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 111202385

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 2 May 1757. 171 This is possibly death date of Jan (Lutton's "Amerman" is unclear)

• Fact 2: Possibly known as (or named) Maria Wyckoff

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1680. 7,8

• Alt. Birth: Feb 1681. 8,35

• Baptism: 27 Feb 1681. 155

• Alt. Death: After 1747.

• Alt. Death: 2 May 1757. 8,35

Sara married Jan Amerman,35,175,176,335 son of Dirk Jansen Ammerman 22,35,41,175,176,177,188 and Aeltje Paulus Vanderbeck,7,8,9,35,41,150,152,171,183,184,337,338,339 in 1693.336 Jan was born about 1674 in Flatlands, Kings, New York,35,175,176,189,335 died on 2 May 1757 in Flatlands, Long Island, Kings, New York173 about age 83, and was buried after 2 May 1757 in Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.90 Other names for Jan were John Amberman,90 John Amerman, John Amertman,340 Jan Dercksen Ammerman Jan Amerman, Jan Or John Ammerman,35,175,176,335 John Ammerman,35,175,176, and335 Jan Or John Dirkse.190

General Notes:

[Source: New York City Wills, 1754-1760

Page 78.--In the name of God, Amen, April 1, 1747. I, JAN AMERMAN, of the Flatlands, in Kings County, being at present very well. I leave to my wife Sara all my estate, houses, lands, tenements, meadows, and improvements, either in Flatlands or elsewhere, during her natural life, provided she continues my widow and bears my name, but no longer. I leave to my eldest son Dirck œ5 "for his first birth right," before any division. I leave to my sons Jan and Petrus each œ50, "provided they be not married at the time when I come to die," and it is to be paid to them as an outsett; but if they are married at the time of my decease, this is to be null and void. I leave to my son Jan a negro boy, and to my son Petrus a negro girl. All the rest of my estate I leave to all my children, Dirck, Nicholas, Jan, Petrus, Sara, wife of Peter Wyckoff, Jr. I make my wife and my sons executors.

Witnesses, Christopher Codwise, hatter, Denys Hegeman, Adrian Hegeman. Proved, August 9, 1758.

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[Source: Gene Pool Individual Records - Births]

Amerman, Derick
Father: Amerman, Jan Derkse Mother: Wyckoff, Sara
Birth Date: 1696 City:
County: State: NY
Country: USA
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Amerman, John
Father: Amerman, Jan Derkse Mother: Wyckoff, Sara
Birth Date: 1696 City:
County: State: NY
Country: USA
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Amerman, Nicholas
Father: Amerman, Jan Derkse Mother: Wyckoff, Sara
Birth Date: 1709 City:
County: State: NY
Country: USA
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Amerman, Petrus
Father: Amerman, Jan Derkse Mother: Wyckoff, Sara
Birth Date: 29 May 1716 City:
County: State: NY
Country: USA
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Amerman, Sarah
Father: Amerman, Jan Derkse Mother: Wyckoff, Sara
Birth Date: 5 May 1705 City:
County: State: NY
Country: USA
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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, pp. 10, 11]

Jan Derckse of Flds, b. 1674; m. 1st Maria Wyckoff; m. 2d Sara ; d. May 2, 1757. Will da. Apl 1st, 1747, pro. Aug. 9, 1758, rec. p. 78, Lib. 21, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Sara, bp. May 29, 1705, in Brn, (sup.) m. Aug. 5, 1727, Peter Wyckoff of Flds; Derick of Flds, m. Margaret Polhemius; Jan, Junr, of Flds, m. Jan. 13, 1748, Lammetje Stryker; Petrus of Flds, b. May 29, 1716, m. Nov. 3, 1753, Willemtje Schenck; and Nicholas. His descendants are scattered, and few if any are left in Flds. The farm of Petrus Amerman is now (1879) owned by Jeremiah Ryder.

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[Source: Genealogies of New Jersey Families, Volume II, A Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey, Amerman (Ammerman, Amberman, Amertman), pp. 302-303]

A GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF NEW JERSEY

COMPILED BY CHARLES CARROLL GARDNER
Associate Editor of the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey

JAN2 DERCKSE AMERMAN, son of Derck1, b. abt. 1674 at Flatlands; d. there May 2, 1757; md. Sara Wyckoff, dau. of Nicholas and Sara (Monfort) Wyckoff, bp. Feb. 27. 1681 at Flatbush; living 1747. (HSNY 1898:119; BKCS:II; Wyckoff Gen.:33). He lived at Flatlands, where he bought property in 1704 and was Deacon in the church in 1711 and served as Lieutenant in Capt. Terhunen's company of militia in 1715. In 1738 his household consisted of 4 males and 2 females, all over ten years of age. His will. Apr. 1, 1747-Aug. 9, 1758, n. wf. Sara and 5 ch'n. (K.Co.Deeds 3:38; NYDH 3:112,114,116; 4:125; N.Y.Co.Wills 21:78).

Children of Jan2 Amerman and Sara Wyckoff:

1. Sara, b. May 5, 1705; md. 1727, Peter Wyckoff of Flatlands; d. June 20, 1792. (HSNY 1897:181; Wyck. Gen.:36-37).
2. Derick3, b. 170-; md. Margaret Polhemus; d. 1784, Jamaica, L. I. (NYGBR 64:371; N.Y. Co. Wills, 37:194).
+3. Nicholas3, b. 1709-14; md. Neeltje Polhemus; d. 1777.
4. John3, b. abt. 1710-15; md. 1748, Lammetje (Stryker) Stoothof; d. 178_ on Staten Island. (HSNY 1898:1133,145; BKCS: 289; Rich. Co. Deeds E:155).
5. Peter3, b. May 29, 1716; md. 1753, Willemtje Schenck; d. 1784 on Staten Island. (HSNY 1898:105; N.Y. Co. Adm. 2:149).

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[Source: findagrave.com]

Jan Dirckse "John" Amerman/Amberman

Birth: 1674
Flatlands
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA
Death: May 2, 1757
Flatlands
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA

Jan Derckse Amerman/Amberman
1674-1757

Jan Derckse Amerman/Amberman was the third child and the second son of Derck Janse and Aelkie (Osltje) Amberman. He was born circa 1674 in Flatlands, New York. His first wife was Maria Wyckoff and there were no children. Maria died on May 2nd, 1703 and he married, as his second wife, Sara Wyckoff on May 9, 1703. (Sara was born February 2, 1681 in Flatlands. She was the daughter of Nicholas Wyckoff and Sara Montfort.) Jan and Sara had five children.

Dirck (Derrick or Richard), was Jan and Sara's eldest son and first born, circa 1704. He married Margaret Polhemus who had been baptized April 18, 1704 in Brooklyn. She was the daughter of Daniel Polhemus of Flatlands and his wife (1st) Neeltje VanDerveer. Dirck died March 19, 1781 at about the age of 77.

Sara was their second child, born May 5, 1705 and baptized May 29, 1705 in the Flatlands Dutch Church. Claar Wyckoff and Willempje Wyckoff were the witnesses at her baptism. She had later married Peter Wyckoff, Jr. on August 5, 1727. Peter had been born May 28, 1704 and he had died June 20, 1792.

Jan and Sara's third child was Nicholas. He married Neeltie Polhemus, who was born in 1706. Nicholas died in 1777 at the age of about 71, in Hillsboro, New Jersey.

The fourth child, Jan, later moved to Staten Island. He married Lammetje Stryker, who was the widow of Gerret Stoothoff, January 13, 1749. Lammetje was born February 11, 1716.

Their fifth child, Petrus, was born May 29, 1716 and baptized at the Flatlands Dutch Church. he married Willemjie Schenck November 3, 1753. Her birthdate was October 4, 1726 and she died December 18, 1802. She was the daughter of Stephen Janse Schenck and Antie Wyckoff.

Jan served as the Deacon of the Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church in 1703 and 1711. He died at age 83, May 2, 1757. His Will was dated April 1, 1747. I, Jan Amerman, of the Flatlands, in Kings County, being at present very well. I leave to my wife Sara all my estate, houses, lands, tenements, meadows, and improvements, wither in Flatlands or elsewhere during her natural life, provided she continues my widow and bears my name, but no longer. I leave to my eldest son Dirck 5 pounds "for his first birth right," before any division. I leave to my sons Jan and Petrus each 50, "provided they be not married at the time when I come to die," and it is to be paid to them as an outsett; but if they are married at the time of my decease, this is to be null and void. All the rest of my estate I leave to all my children, Dirck, Nicholas, Jan, Petrus, Sara, wife of Peter Wyckoff, Jr. I make my wife and my sons executors.

Witnesses, Christopher Codwise, hatter, Denys Hegeman, Adrian Hegeman. Proved, August 9, 1758.

Jan Derckse Amberman died in 1757 and was buried at Flatlands Dutch Church Cemetery in Flatlands, Kings County, New York.


Family links:
Parents:
Dirck Janse Ammerman (1635 - 1723)
Aeltje Poulusdr Van der beek Ammerman (1649 - 1724)

Spouse:
Sara Wyckoff Amberman (1681 - 1747)

Children:
Derrick Amberman (1704 - 1781)*

Sibling:
Marretje Dirckse Ammerman Van Arsdalen (1672 - 1745)*
Jan Dirckse Amerman/Amberman (1674 - 1757)

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery
Brooklyn
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA

Created by: Shirley Amberman Guenett...
Record added: May 25, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 111142247

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 35,175,176,189,190,335 Possibly died May 02, 1757 (Lutton's "Amerman" is unclear)

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1674. Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Birth: 1674.

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1680. 8,35

• Alt. Death: After 20 Sep 1709.

• Alt. Death: 2 May 1747.

• Alt. Death: Bef 9 Aug 1758.

• Alt. Death: 2 May 1757. 35,175,176,189,190,335

Children from this marriage were:

+ 218 M    i. Derick Amerman 8,35,170 was born before 1705,170 died on 19 Mar 1781 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,90 and was buried after 19 Mar 1781 in Old Springfield Cemetery, Springfield Gardens, Queens, New York.90

+ 219 F    ii. Sarah Amerman 8,35,169,341 was born on 5 May 1705 in Flatlands and died on 20 Jun 1792169 at age 87.

+ 220 M    iii. Nicholas Amerman 8,35,170 was born in 1709-1714 in Flatlands, , New York342 and died in Apr 1777-Oct 1777 in Hillborough Township, Somerset, New Jersey342 at age 68.

   221 M    iv. Jan Amerman 8,35,170 was born in 1710-1715343 and died in 1780-1789 in Staten Island, , New York343 at age 70. Other names for Jan were John Amerman, John Amerman 8,35. and170

Jan married Lammetie Stryker,344 daughter of Jan Stryker, on 13 Jan 1748.8.,35.,345 Lammetie was born on 11 Feb 1716.344 Other names for Lammetie were Lammetje Strycker and344 Lammetje Stryker.344

   222 M    v. Petrus Amerman 8,35,170,346 was born on 29 May 17168,35 and died in 1784 in Staten Island, , New York343 at age 68. Another name for Petrus was Peter Amerman.

Petrus married Willemtje Schenck,8,35 daughter of Stephen Schenck 346 and Antie Wyckoff,7,8,155 on 3 Nov 1753.8.,35 Willemtje was born on 4 Oct 1726347 and died on 18 Dec 1802347 at age 76. Other names for Willemtje were Willempthe Schenck,8,35 Willemte Schenck, and Willemtie Schenck.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage License: 17 Oct 1753. 348 New York

49. Cornelis Wyckoff 7,8,155 was born before 5 Aug 16837,8 and died in 1762.155 Other names for Cornelis were Cornelius Wyckoff Cornelis Wicoff, Sr and Cors Wyckoff.

General Notes: [Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, page 191]

(17) Cornelius Wyckoff, bap. Aug. 5, 1683; d. 1762; m., May 13, 1708, Ariana, dau. of Cornelius Luyster. He moved to Monmouth county in 1708 or 1709, and was a farmer, and member and officer of the Freehold Dutch Church. Later in his life he moved to Flemington and lived with his son Cornelius. Children:

34. Cornelius; d. 1759; m. Mary (???). Owned a farm near Flemington.
35. Sarah; m. William Poling.

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 394]

Corneles Claesen of N. J., bp. Aug. 5, 1683; m. May 13, 1708, Adriaentje dau. of Cornelis Luyster of Newtown. Left Flds and settled at Middlebush, N. J., about 1715. Bought a tract of 600 A. at Middlebush and one of 600 A. at Three Mile Run, N. J. Was a deacon in Freehold D. ch. in 1715, and an elder in 1719, '23, and '27. Issue--John; Cornelis, who m. Catryntje (???); Peter; Hendrick; and Jacob--all of N. J. Signed his name "Corneles Wycof."

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1 Aug 1683. 7,8

• Alt. Birth: 5 Aug 1683. 7,8 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Baptism: 5 Aug 1683. 155

• Alt. Death: Between 1684 and 1773. 155

Cornelis married Adrianna Luyster, daughter of Capt. Cornelis Pieterse Luyster 114 and Sarah Catharine Nevius,113 on 13 May 1708.169 Adrianna was born about 1685. Another name for Adrianna was Adriantje Cornelisse Luyster.169

Marriage Notes: Cornelius WYCKOFF and Adriantje Cornelisse Luyster... "resided in Monmouth and Hunterdon Counties, N. J." She was the daughter of Cornelius Luyster.

"Children :

20. Cornelius.
Sarah married William Poling."

Children from this marriage were:

+ 223 M    i. Cornelius Wikoff was born after 1708 and died on 10 Sep 1759.

   224 F    ii. Sarah Wikoff was born after 1708. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Wyckoff.

Sarah married William Poling.

51. Antie Wyckoff 7,8,155 was born on 1 Sep 16937,8,17 and died on 15 Jul 1766 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 at age 72. Another name for Antie was Antje Wyckoff.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1685. 7,8,17 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: Between 1694 and 1787. 166

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1709-1787. 166

• Alt. Death: 15 Jul 1766. 7,8

Antie married Stephen Schenck,346 son of Jan Martense Schenck 40,42,45,203,322,323,324,325 and Janetje Stevense Van Voorhees,42,203,324,325 on 26 Sep 1713 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.166 Stephen was born on 2 Oct 1681166 and died on 6 Nov 1767347 at age 86. Other names for Stephen were Stephen Janse Schenck,155 and166 Stephen Janse Schencke.

Marriage Notes: Stephen and Antie had ten children.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: WFT Est 1709-1739. 166

• Alt. Marriage: 16 Sep 1713. 166

General Notes:

[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771, pp. 135, 136]

Page 165.--In the name of God, Amen, June 7, 1758. I, STEVEN SCHENCK, of Flatlands, in Kings County, farmer, being sick. I leave to my wife her support, and house room to live in, and one half of the income of my farm, during the time she remains my widow. I leave to my son John œ25, for his birth right. I also leave him œ200. To my son Nicholas œ200. I leave to my son John all my farm or plantation, houses, and orchards, as now in his possession at Oyster Bay, in Queens County. And he shall pay œ200. I leave to my son Nicholas all my lands, meadows, and buildings at a place called Canaristy [Canarsie], in Flatlands, with all houses and buildings. And he shall pay œ1,000, in four annual payments. If any of my unmarried daughters should be married, they shall have an outset, as my other daughters have had. I leave all the rest of my estate to my 9 children, John, Nicholas, Jannettie, wife of Folkert Spragg, Sara, wife of Abraham Emmans, Antie, wife of Abraham Duryee, Willempthe, wife of Petrus Amerman, Neeltie, Margarite, and Marya. My son John is to have his share first, and I make him and my son Nicholas, executors.

Witnesses, Peter Wyckoff, Johanes Lott, Peter Stryker. Proved, February 25, 1768.

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 255]

Stephen Janse (s. of Jan Martense), b. Jan 22, 1686, by one account, and Feb. 2, 1685, by another; m. Sept. 16, 1713, Antie dau. of Nicholas Wyckoff; d. Nov. 6, 1767. A farmer in Flds. Will da. June 7, 1758; pro. Feb. 25, 1768; rec. p. 160, Lib. 26, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Yannetie, b. Sept. 17, 1714, m. Folkert Sprong, d. Mar. 19, 1778; Jan of Oyster Bay, b. May 23, 1718, m. Mary Hegeman, d. Dec. 15, 1775; Sara, b. Nov. 12, 1720, m. Nov. 5, 1743, Abm Emans, d. Dec. 3, 1797; Antie, b. Apl. 26, 1723, m. Abm Duryea, d. Aug. 1, 1805; Willemtie, b. Oct. 4, 1726, m. Nov. 3, 1753, Peter Amerman, d. Dec. 18, 1802; Neeltie, b. Apl. 17, 1730, m. Jan Willemse, d. Oct. 9, 1780; Nicklaes of Flds (the ancestor of the Canarisie branch of the family), b. Sept. 4, 1732, m. Oct. 11, 1757, Willemtje Wyckoff, d. Apl. 3, 1810; Margrita, b. Jan. 17, 1736, m. Peter Monfoort of Fishkill, d. Sept. 20, 1814; and Marya, b. Mar. 17, 1739, m. Nov. 27, 1768, Samuel Stryker of Gd, d. May 13, 1813.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 22 Jan 1686. 166

• Alt. Death: After 28 Jan 1689.

Children from this marriage were:

   225 F    i. Jannettie Schenck 346 was born on 17 Sep 1714347 and died on 19 Mar 1778347 at age 63. Another name for Jannettie was Yannetie Schenck.347

Jannettie married Folkert Spragg.346 Another name for Folkert is Folkert Sprong.347

   226 M    ii. John Schenck 346 was born on 23 May 1718347 and died on 15 Dec 1755347 at age 37. Another name for John was Jan Schenck.

John married Mary Hegeman.347

   227 F    iii. Sara Schenck 346 was born on 12 Nov 1720347 and died on 3 Dec 1797347 at age 77.

Sara married Abraham Emmans 346 on 5 Nov 1743.347 Another name for Abraham is Abraham Emans.347

   228 F    iv. Antie Schenck 346 was born on 26 Apr 1723347 and died on 1 Aug 1805347 at age 82.

Antie married Abraham Duryee.346

   229 F    v. Willemtje Schenck 8,35 was born on 4 Oct 1726347 and died on 18 Dec 1802347 at age 76. Other names for Willemtje were Willempthe Schenck,8,35 Willemte Schenck, and Willemtie Schenck.

Willemtje married Petrus Amerman,8,35,170,346 son of Jan Amerman 35,175,176,335 and Sara Wyckoff,7,8,35,155,170,171 on 3 Nov 1753.8.,35 Petrus was born on 29 May 17168,35 and died in 1784 in Staten Island, , New York343 at age 68. Another name for Petrus was Peter Amerman.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage License: 17 Oct 1753. 348 New York

   230 F    vi. Neeltie Schenck 346 was born on 17 Apr 1730347 and died on 9 Oct 1780347 at age 50.

Neeltie married Jan Willemse.347

   231 M    vii. Nicholas Schenck 346 was born on 4 Sep 1732347 and died on 3 Apr 1810347 at age 77.

Nicholas married Willemtje Wyckoff,347 daughter of John Wyckoff 7,8,166,328 and Adriana Lupardus,349 on 11 Oct 1757.347 Willemtje died after 4 Sep 1757. Another name for Willemtje was Willamte Wyckoff.

+ 232 F    viii. Margarite Schenck 149,259,346 was born on 17 Jan 1736347 and died on 20 Sep 1814347 at age 78.

   233 F    ix. Marya Schenck 346 was born on 17 Mar 1739347 and died on 13 May 1813347 at age 74.

Marya married Samuel Stryker 347 on 27 Nov 1768.347

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52. Jannetje Cornelisse Van Arsdalen 35 was born about 1689 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York7,8 and died in 1783 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey7,8 about age 94. Other names for Jannetje were Jannetje Van Aersdalen, Jannetje Van Arsdale,35 Janetje Van Arsdalen,35 Jannetje Van Arsdalen, and21 Jamelia von Arsdale von Arsdale.9

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1689. 77 Flatlands, Kings County, New York

• Alt. Birth: 1690. 35 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: Between 1715 and 1784. 7,8

Jannetje married Dirck Barkalow,21 son of Willm Jans Van Barkalow 21 and Lysebet Jansen,21 on 7 Sep 1709 in Dutch Reformed Church, New York. Dirck was born in 168321,175 and died in 1744 in Gravesend, Long Island, New York at age 61. Other names for Dirck were Derrick Barkaloo,21 Derrick Barkelo,21 Dirck Barkelo, Derrick Barkelow,20,77 Dirck Van Barkelo,174 Dirck Van Borckeloo, and175 Dirck Willemse.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 11 Sep 1709.

• Alt. Marriage: 17 Sep 1709. Flatbush, Kings, New York

General Notes:

[Source: Van Borckeloo.FTW]

Dirck was a weaver by trade. A year after his marriage he moved to Freehold, NJ where he purchased property in 1719. He and his wife were received as members, on May 13, 1711, in the Freehold-Middletown Dutch Church, which was also known as the Dutch Church of Middleboro. Dirck became a Deacon and later an elder. In his will, dated July 16, 1744 and probated Aug. 16 1744, "DERRICK BARCKALOW, yeoman, of Freehold, mentioned his wife "JANE" and seven children.

Dirck and Jannetje settled on the Raritan River in 1745. His will dated July 16, 1744. No information on probate of the will.

World Family Tree Maker archives volume 2, have him listed as Derrick Barkelo, married to Janetje Van Arsdalen September 11, 1709

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[Source: 11153.GED]

Lived in Freehold New Jersey after 1710.

Will dated July 16, 1744; proven, August 16, 1744.

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[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 21]

Dirk Willemse, b. in Flds; on ass. roll of Flds of 1676; m. Sept. 17, 1709, Jannetje Van Aersdalen of Flds; d. in 1744. Settled near Freehold, N. J., and mem. of Freehold R. D. ch. in 1711. Issue:--Aelke or Aeltie, bp. Oct. 30, 1710, m. Jan Wyckoff of N. J.; Elisabet, bp. May 11, 1712, m. Ryck Suydam; William of upper Freehold, bp. Jan. 16, 1715, m. Nov. 24, 1736, Anitie or Aeltie Willemse; Cornelius, bp. Nov. 17, 1717, m. Nov. 10, 1743, Jannetje Amack; Daniel of Freehold, bp. Jan. 1, 1721, m. Oct. 17, 1744, Antje Luyster; Helena, bp. Dec. 22, 1723, m. Isaac Voorhies; Jannetie, bp. Jan. 1, 1727, m. Isaac Sutphen; Maria or Mary, bp. Oct. 5, 1732, m. 1st Abm Sutphen, m. 2d Anthony Hulsart--all bp. in N. J.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 1744. 174 Monmouth, New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

+ 234 F    i. Aeltje Barkalow was born before 1 Oct 1710 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey,174,175 was baptized on 1 Oct 1710 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1724-1804.175

   235 F    ii. Elizabeth Borkeloo was born before 11 May 1712 in Freehold, New Jersey,7,8 was baptized on 11 May 1712 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1726-1806.175 Other names for Elizabeth were Elizabeth Barkalow,7,8,174 Elizabeth Barkelow 7,8. and174

+ 236 M    iii. Willem Barkalow 174 was born between 1713 and 1714,174 was baptized on 16 Jan 1714 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died on 8 Aug 1766 in Upper Freehold, New Jersey.7,8

+ 237 M    iv. Cornelius Barkalow 7,8,174 was born before 17 Nov 1717,7,8 was baptized on 17 Nov 1717 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died in 1783 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.7,8,20

+ 238 M    v. Daniel Barkalow 174 was born between 1719 and 1720 in East Freehold, New Jersey,174 was baptized on 1 Jan 1720 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died on 28 Jun 1795 in East Freehold, New Jersey.7,8

   239 F    vi. Maria Barkalow 174 was born in 1722174 and was baptized on 5 Aug 1722 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey.174

+ 240 F    vii. Helena Barkalow 174 was born in 1723,174,175 was baptized on 17 Dec 1723 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1737-1817 at age 14.

+ 241 F    viii. Jannetie Barkeloo 350 was born before Jan 1727 in Freehold, New Jersey,7,8 was baptized on 21 Jan 1727 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1741-1821.

+ 242 F    ix. Maria Barkalow was born before 5 Nov 17327,8 and died WFT Est 1746-1826.

53. Margaret Wyckoff 193 was born in 1693193 and died on 21 Dec 1765193 at age 72. Another name for Margaret was Geertie Wyckoff.

Margaret married Jonathan Forman 193 in 1713.193 Jonathan was born in 1688193 and died on 28 Dec 1762193 at age 74.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 243 M    i. Samuel Forman .

56. William Janse Wyckoff was born in 1707193 and died in 1782193 at age 75. Another name for William was William Wyckoff.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 396.

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[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol VI, page 137]

(1630) William Wikoff, b. 1707; d. 1782; m., 1729, Agnes Van Doren, who was b. 1705, and d. July 26, 1777. He was a farmer in Monmouth co., N. J., and a man of large means. Children:

1633. Jacob.
1634. Ann, bapt. Aug. 9, 1731; d. Mar. 8, 1803; unm.
1635. Maria, b. Oct. 1, 1733; d. Feb. 12, 1796; m., Dec. 17, 1754,
Abraham Hendrickson.
1636. Peter, b. 1735.
1637. Eleanor, b. 1737; d. Aug. 26, 1793; m. (license Dec. 8,
1755) Col. John Conover, who was b. Mar. 6, 1733, and
d. Apr. 21, 1803.
1638. Isaac.
1639. John; d. 1768 in West Indies; unm.
1640. Agnes, b. Sept. 4, 1742; d. Oct. 29, 1795; unm.
1641. Margaret, bapt. Aug. 9, 1741; d. Feb. 26, 1811; unm.
1642. William, b. 1738; d. young.
1643. Catharine, bapt. May 11, 1746; m. Ezekiel Forman.
1644. Leah, bapt. Apr. 7, 1745; d. young.
1645. William, bapt. Apr. 17, 1748; d. young.
1646. William, bapt. Dec. 3, 1750; d. 1768.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: 193 Farmer, Monmouth County, New Jersey

William married Angenietje Van Doorn, daughter of Jacob Van Doorn 229,230 and Maria Bennet, in 1729.193 Angenietje was born in 1705193 and died on 26 Jul 1777193 at age 72. Other names for Angenietje were Agnes Van Doren and Agnes Van Doren.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 396.

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[Source: Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey under the editorial supervision of Francis Bazley Lee, pages 467, 468]

Angenyctie, baptized May 29, 1705, married, about 1729, William Wykoff, who lived near Freehold and died in 1782. They had children: 1. Jacob, born 1730, died March 5, 1812. Married Sarah, daughter of William Couwenhoven and Anne Hendrickson, born 1733, and died August 25, 1796. They had a son--William--who was a colonel in the war of the Revolution, and was the father of the late Nathaniel P. Wykoff, of Manalapan; Ann, married Dr. John T. Woodhull; Charlotte, married Dr. Gilbert Woodhull; Amanda, married Rev. William H. Woodhull; and Matilda, married John C. Smith, a merchant of Philadelphia. 2. Peter, born about 1735, resided in Philadelphia, and was aide to General Washington at the battle of Monmouth. He married Althea Cox, and they were the grandparents of Chevalier Henry Wykoff, at one time editor of the "Democratic Review." 3. Isaac, baptized November 4, 1739. Married Martha Cox, a resident of Philadelphia, and had a son, William, who removed to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and married (???) Giousa, sister to the last Spanish governor of that state, some of his descendants settling in Louisiana, and others in Easton, Pennsylvania. 4. John, unmarried, died in the West Indies in 1768. 5. William, baptized December 3, 1850, married Louisa Watts, and settled at Opelousa, Louisiana. 6. Eleanor, born in 1737, died August 26, 1793. She married Colonel John Conover, who resided near the present Marlboro, Monmouth county. 7. Maria, baptized October 28, 1733, married Abraham Hendrickson. 8. Ann, baptized August 9, 1731, died unmarried. 9. Margaret, died unmarried. 10. Agnes, baptized August 21, 1743, died unmarried. 11. Catherine, baptized May 11, 1746, married Ezekiel Forman, of Freehold. Many of the descendants of this branch of the family were men of superior education and were graduates of Yale and Princeton universities.

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptized: 29 May 1705.

Children from this marriage were:

   244 F    i. Maria Wyckoff 193 was born on 1 Oct 1733193 and died on 12 Feb 1796193 at age 62.

Maria married Abraham Hendrickson 193 on 17 Dec 1754.193

   245 F    ii. Eleanor Williamse Wyckoff was born in 1737193 and died on 26 Aug 1792 at age 55.

Eleanor married Col. John Eliase Covenhoven, son of Elias Pieterse Covenhoven and Willempie Johnse Wall, on 8 Dec 1755. John was born on 8 Mar 1734 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 21 Apr 1803 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey193 at age 69. Another name for John was John Conover.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage License: 8 Dec 1755. 193

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 11, 186.

58. Johannes Wyckoff 175 was born before 6 Dec 1711,193 was baptized on 6 Dec 1711,193 and died WFT Est 1727-1799.7,8 Another name for Johannes was Johannes Janse Wyckoff.175

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 16 Dec 1711. Freehold, Monmouth County, NJ

Johannes married Aeltje Barkalow, daughter of Dirck Barkalow 21 and Jannetje Cornelisse Van Arsdalen,35 WFT Est 1724-1757. Aeltje was born before 1 Oct 1710 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey,174,175 was baptized on 1 Oct 1710 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1724-1804.175 Other names for Aeltje were Alke Barkalow, Alke Barkalow Aeltie Barkaloo, Aeltje Barkeloo,174 Aeltie Barkelow, and Aeltie Weycoff Barkelow.175

Birth Notes:

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Baptism: 10 Oct 1711. 77

Children from this marriage were:

   246 F    i. Jannetje Wyckoff 7,8 was born before 16 Jul 17327,8 and died on an unknown date.7,8

   247 M    ii. Jacob Wyckoff 7,8 was born before 28 Dec 1735.7,8

61. Marike Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 25 Jul 1701 and died on 17 May 1787 at age 85. Another name for Marike was Mary Covenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Marike married Koert Garretse Schenck, son of Gerret Roelofsen Schenk 79 and Neeltje Coertse Van Voorhees,79 on 10 Oct 1725. Koert was born in 1702 and died on 2 Jun 1771 at age 69. Another name for Koert was Coert Schenck.351

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 248 M    i. Gerrit Koertse Schenck .

   249 M    ii. Petrus Koertse Schenck was born in 1734 and died in 1823 at age 89. Another name for Petrus was Peter Schenck.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Petrus married Mary Williamse Covenhoven, daughter of William Pieterse Covenhoven and Mary Theodorus Colyer, on 18 Jun 1753 in New Jersey. Mary was born on 4 Jun 1731 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

62. William Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 11 Jul 1703 in Englishtown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 3 May 1777 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 73.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

William married Mary Theodorus Colyer on 1 May 1725 in New Jersey. Mary was born in 1706 and died on 30 Jan 1777 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 71.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.


Children from this marriage were:

   250 M    i. Peter Wiliamse Covenhoven was born on 1 May 1726 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 13 Nov 1799 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 73.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Peter married Anna Davis on 5 Feb 1748 in New Jersey. Anna was born on 30 Dec 1727 and died on 13 Aug 1807 at age 79.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

   251 F    ii. Catherine Williamse Covenhoven was born on 11 Oct 1727 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

   252 F    iii. Patience Williamse Covenhoven was born on 24 Apr 1729 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   253 F    iv. Mary Williamse Covenhoven was born on 4 Jun 1731 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Mary married Petrus Koertse Schenck, son of Koert Garretse Schenck and Marike Pieterse Covenhoven, on 18 Jun 1753 in New Jersey. Petrus was born in 1734 and died in 1823 at age 89. Another name for Petrus was Peter Schenck.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 14 Apr 1734.

+ 254 M    v. Theodorus Williamse Covenhoven was born on 24 May 1733 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 10 Dec 1825 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 92.

   255 M    vi. William Williamse Covenhoven was born on 13 Aug 1735 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 13 Feb 1823 in New Jersey at age 87.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

William married Altia Jewell on 12 Nov 1767 in New Jersey. Altia died in 1813.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   256 M    vii. Samuel Williamse Covenhoven was born on 27 Aug 1738 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in Aug 1760 at age 22.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   257 F    viii. Neeltje Williamse Covenhoven was born on 31 Mar 1742 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Neeltje married William Mathewse La Rue about 1762. William died in 1811.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   258 F    ix. Sarah Williamse Covenhoven was born on 21 Jun 1744 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in 1769 at age 25.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   259 M    x. John Williamse Covenhoven was born on 11 Jul 1746 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 3 Nov 1824 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 78.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

John married Mary Aiken on 12 Jan 1770. Mary was born on 28 Apr 1741 and died on 14 Nov 1826 at age 85.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   260 M    xi. Joseph Williamse Covenhoven was born on 17 Jul 1749 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died before 1765.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

63. Altje Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 21 May 1705 and died on 16 Nov 1797 at age 92. Another name for Altje was Altje Conover Aeltje Conover.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10, 186.

Altje married William Aertse Williamson, son of Aert Williamson 21 and Annatje Conover,21 on 16 Jan 1730. William was born on 18 Feb 1709 and died on 22 Apr 1788 at age 79.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs.10, 186.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Possible date of birth: 10 February 1708/1709

• Fact 2: 3 May 1788. Burial date?

Children from this marriage were:

   261 F    i. Antje Williamse Williamson was born on 13 Sep 1730 and died on 14 Sep 1757 at age 27. Another name for Antje was Antje Williamson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Antje married Cornelius Albertse Couwenhoven, son of Albert Williamse Van Couwenhoven 8,79 and Neeltje Roelofse Schenck,8,79,109 on 28 May 1750 in New Jersey. Cornelius was born on 29 Oct 1728 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jan 1802 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 73. Another name for Cornelius was Cornelius Albertse Covenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Possible date of death: 20 January 1802

   262 F    ii. Patience Williamse Williamson was born on 11 Apr 1733 and died on 20 Oct 1819 at age 86.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 395.

Patience married Garret Garretse Wyckoff. Garret was born on 10 Oct 1730 and died on 18 Apr 1777 at age 46.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.
2) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 395.

   263 F    iii. Helena Williamse Williamson was born on 3 May 1735 and died on 15 Mar 1772 at age 36.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Helena married Cornelius Jorise Covenhoven, son of Joris Gerretse Covenhoven and Aeltje Cornelise Luyster, on 5 Jun 1756 in New Jersey. Cornelius was born in 1727 and died on 1 Oct 1805 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey at age 78.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 2 Jul 1727.

   264 M    iv. Aert Williamse Williamson was born on 5 Nov 1739 and died on 7 Dec 1742 at age 3.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

   265 F    v. Neeltje Williamse Williamson was born on 28 Sep 1743. Another name for Neeltje was Eleanor Williamson.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 11, 186.

Neeltje married Col. John Eliase Covenhoven, son of Elias Pieterse Covenhoven and Willempie Johnse Wall. John was born on 8 Mar 1734 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 21 Apr 1803 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey193 at age 69. Another name for John was John Conover.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 11, 186.

Neeltje next married John Bray.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Neeltje next married Michael Field on 29 Nov 1760. Michael was born on 4 Feb 1722 and died on 13 Jan 1792 at age 69.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

   266 F    vi. Jannetje Williamse Williamson was born on 29 Jun 1746 and died on 13 Jul 1746.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

64. Elias Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 12 Sep 1707 in New Jersey23 and died on 25 Dec 1750 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey23 at age 43. Another name for Elias was Elias Cowenhoven.

General Notes: Was an ensign in the British Army during the reign of George II.

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10-11.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Possibly born in New York

• Fact 2: Buried in Schenck-Cowenhoven Cemetary, Holmdel, NJ

Elias married Willempie Johnse Wall in 1729. Willempie was born on 24 Mar 1709 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 24 Mar 1759 at age 50.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10-11.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 5: Schenck-Cowenhoven Cemetary, Holmdel, NJ

Children from this marriage were:

   267 F    i. Mary Eliase Covenhoven was born on 12 Feb 1730 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Mary was Marga Covenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Mary married John Schenck about 1750.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   268 M    ii. Petrus Eliase Covenhoven was born on 4 Dec 1732 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 3 Mar 1802 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 69. Another name for Petrus was Peter Covenhoven.

General Notes: He was the paymaster in Monmouth and Burlington Counties during the Revolutionary War.

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Petrus married Hannah Forman on 9 Jun 1756. Hannah was born on 30 Dec 1727 and died in 1830 at age 103.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   269 M    iii. Col. John Eliase Covenhoven was born on 8 Mar 1734 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 21 Apr 1803 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey193 at age 69. Another name for John was John Conover.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 11, 186.

John married Neeltje Williamse Williamson, daughter of William Aertse Williamson and Altje Pieterse Covenhoven. Neeltje was born on 28 Sep 1743. Another name for Neeltje was Eleanor Williamson.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 11, 186.

John next married Eleanor Williamse Wyckoff, daughter of William Janse Wyckoff and Angenietje Van Doorn, on 8 Dec 1755. Eleanor was born in 1737193 and died on 26 Aug 1792 at age 55.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage License: 8 Dec 1755. 193

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: 26 Aug 1793.

   270 F    iv. Patience Eliase Covenhoven was born on 6 Jul 1736 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 29 May 1802 at age 65.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Patience married Samuel Bowne on 3 Sep 1754 in New Jersey. Samuel died on 11 Mar 1799.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 5: Schenck-Cowenhoven Cemetary, Holmdel, NJ

   271 F    v. Lydia Eliase Covenhoven was born on 11 Mar 1738 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 16 Mar 1802 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 64.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Lydia married Hendrick Hendrickse Hendrickson on 7 Mar 1757 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Hendrick was born on 23 Apr 1737 and died on 11 Oct 1811 at age 74. Another name for Hendrick was William Hendrickson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 5 Jun 1737.

   272 F    vi. Jannetje Eliase Covenhoven was born on 30 Dec 1739 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 May 1765 at age 25. Another name for Jannetje was Jane Covenhoven Jane Cowenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10-11.

Jannetje married Petrus Johnse Longstreet, son of John Longstreet and Anne Cowenhoven, on 3 Dec 1754 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Petrus was born in 1737. Another name for Petrus was Peter Longstreet.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10-11.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 9 Sep 1737.

   273 F    vii. Sarah Eliase Covenhoven was born about 1742 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   274 M    viii. Daniel Eliase Covenhoven was born in 1746 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   275 F    ix. Altje Eliase Covenhoven was born in 1748. Another name for Altje was Anne Covenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

   276 F    x. Neeltje Eliase Covenhoven was born on 5 Feb 1751 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 21 Jun 1765 at age 14.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Neeltje married Richard Sansbury.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

66. Peter Pieterse Covenhoven was born on 27 Jan 1712 and died on 14 May 1774 at age 62.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 6 Apr 1712. New Jersey

Peter married Leah Schenck,194 daughter of Jan Roelofse Schenck 109,194 and Sara Williamse Van Couwenhoven,109 on 17 Dec 1735.228 Leah was born on 24 Dec 1714 and died on 14 Mar 1769228 at age 54. Another name for Leah was Leah Janse Schenck.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 277 F    i. Patience Pieterse Covenhoven was born in 1742 and died on 8 Mar 1826 in Montgomery, Orange, New York at age 84.

+ 278 F    ii. Sary Covenhoven was born on 22 Dec 1744228 and died on 13 May 1826228 at age 81.

67. Anne Cowenhoven was born on 29 Sep 171423 and died WFT Est 1743-180823 at age 29. Another name for Anne was Ann Covenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Anne married John Longstreet on 17 Dec 1736.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.


Children from this marriage were:

   279 M    i. Petrus Johnse Longstreet was born in 1737. Another name for Petrus was Peter Longstreet.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10-11.

Petrus married Jannetje Eliase Covenhoven, daughter of Elias Pieterse Covenhoven and Willempie Johnse Wall, on 3 Dec 1754 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Jannetje was born on 30 Dec 1739 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 May 1765 at age 25. Another name for Jannetje was Jane Covenhoven Jane Cowenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10-11.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 9 Mar 1740. Date of baptism?

   280 M    ii. Aaron Johnse Longstreet was born in 1739 and died before 1753.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

   281 M    iii. Jan Johnse Longstreet was born in 1744.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Jan married Helena Covenhoven, daughter of Joseph Williamse Covenhoven and Hannah Hankinson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

   282 M    iv. Elias Johnse Longstreet was born in 1747.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

   283 M    v. Aaron Johnse Longstreet was born on 8 Jun 1753 and died on 19 Oct 1800 at age 47.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Aaron married Williampee Hendrickson. Williampee was born on 2 Feb 1761 and died on 21 Oct 1837 at age 76.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

   284 F    vi. Antie Johnse Lonstreet was born in 1756.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Antie married John Lloyd.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

68. William Cornelise Couwenhoven was born on 20 Jul 1700 in Flatlands, Brooklyn, NY, was baptized on 8 Sep 1700 in Brooklyn, Long Island, Kings, New York,207,208 and died on 10 Nov 1755 in Middletown Twp., Monmouth, NJ at age 55. Another name for William was William Cornelis Covenhoven.

General Notes:

Resided on Carroway Plantation in NJ. See pp l08 & 110 of " Beekman's Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County, NJ." Name of his sloop was "Carroway". His will was proved 22 Dec 1755. See Beekman"s p 25. See p lll Beekman's for date of first marriage. See p 138 of Beekman's.

Sources:

1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 20 Jul 1700. Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY

• Will: 29 Sep 1755. 352

• Fact 6: Nov 1755. Middletown Twp., Schenck/Couw Cem, NJ

• Alt. Death: 10 Nov 1755. Corroway Plantation, near Keyport, , NY

• Probate: 22 Dec 1755. 353

William married Annetje Danielse Hendrickson, daughter of Daniel Hendrickson\\Assumed and \\, on 2 Jul 1722 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Annetje is Anna Hendrickson.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

William next married Jannetje Wyckoff WFT Est 1731-1752.23 Jannetje was born on 26 Jan 170223 and died on 22 Jun 1743 in NJ at age 41. Another name for Jannetje was Jannetje Garretse Wyckoff.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

See pp 110 & 111 of Beekman's for birth and death dates. Name is also spelled
Jannatie. Bu. next to her father in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery. See
p 110 Beekman's.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Possible birth date: 20 January 1701/02

• Fact 6: Jun 1743. Schenck/CovCem., NJ

Children from this marriage were:

   285 M    i. Cornelius Couwenhoven was born on 4 Nov 1723 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1724-1813 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 1.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Assumed died young because son by his second wife was named Cornelius.

+ 286 F    ii. Williampe Williamse Covenhoven was born on 24 Jul 1727 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1728-1821 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 1.

William next married Annetje Hendrikze Hendrickson on 17 Mar 1744 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.64 Annetje was born on 30 Nov 1711 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 3 Jan 1806 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 94.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Annetje was the Dutch name for Anne. Also called Antje. First husband was William Couwenhoven son of Jacob C. and Saartje Schenck, m. 1732. They had three children: l Saartje (Sarah) 2.Daniel 3.Jacob. See p.138 Beekman's.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Possible birth date: December 30, 1711

• Fact 7: 30 Dec 1711. Monmouth, NJ

• Fact 6: Jan 1806. Middletown, Schenck/Couw Cem, NJ

Children from this marriage were:

+ 287 M    i. Cornelius Williamse Couwenhoven was born on 11 Feb 1746 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 10 Oct 1806 in Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 60.

   288 F    ii. Catherine Couwenhoven was born on 16 Apr 1749 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1750-1843 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 1. Another name for Catherine was Catherine Covenhoven.

General Notes: [Source: Unknown]

See p 110 Beekman's for CHR. date.

69. Annetje Covenhoven was born in 1702 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey,64 died on 17 Dec 1759 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey64 at age 57, and was buried in Dec 1759 in Whitehouse, Oldhaypresscem, New Jersey. Other names for Annetje were Annetje Covenhoven (Anne) Annetje Couwenhoven and Annetje Cornelis Covenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.
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[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

Annetje COUWENHOVEN resided in:

Middleton, , NJ abt 1718 (age 16); Monmouth Co., NJ bet 1719 and 1724 (age 17); Hunterdon Co., NJ abt 1724 (age 22).

- Hallenbeck.

She was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church, Readington, Hunterdon Co., NJ (1749) (age 47).

- Genealogies of L.I. Families.

Annetje COUWENHOVEN is reported to have died of smallpox.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 64 Born in Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey

• Fact 2: One source (unknown) gives place of birth as New York

• Fact 3: Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1702. 64

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1702. 64 , Monmouth County, New Jersey

• Alt. Death: 17 Dec 1759. 64

• Alt. Birth: After 17 Dec 1759. 354 Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ

• Alt. Death: After 29 Dec 1758. 355

Annetje married Abraham Cornelissen, son of Matthias Cornelissen and Fytie Adam Brouwer,150,152 about 1719 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Abraham was born in 1698 in Flatlands, Kings, Long Island, New York64 and died in Nov 1759 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey64 at age 61. Another name for Abraham was Abraham Van Horne.356

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1719.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Abe I lived in Monmouth Co., NJ until 1724. On Nov 26, 1728, he and his brother Cornelius were appointed as a commission to try Pirates. (See Marvin's book.) He was one of the founders of the first Dutch Reformed Church of Reading, NJ and later of White House, NJ, having conducted services in his barn for 15 years. They built their first meeting house in his orchard. (There is some confusion here as to whether this was Abe I or II.) He purchased 499 acres in Hunterdon Co. He had a large public house or inn built. He built a private residence in 1731. There is an oil painting on a Dutch door of Abe on his favorite horse. It has 1731 painted in one corner. The house is still standing. Abraham brought a Mr. Berger as an indentured stonemason from Holland to build his tavern. There are buildings that he erected in White House that are still standing today. The tavern was whitewashed. It became known as the White House Tavern. The town then became named White House, NJ. Abe and Anna both died within a short time of each other from smallpox. It was probably brought in by travelers. See p 104 of Beekman's book. Christening sponsors were Nickolaes Brouwer and his wife Jannetje Brouwer. See p 128 of Hallenbeck's book. In 1949 they joined the Dutch Reformed Church. Monmouth Co., Province of NJ, came into being in 1683. Will proved 5 Dec 1759. His wife was mentioned in his will. They died within a month of each other from smallpox.
Old Haypress Cemetery is located one block west of White House Railway Station on south side of the railroad tracks. His barn was used during the American Revolution by the Forage Master of Washington's Army to store provisions and to lodge and feed some Hessian prisoners while enroute from Trenton to Easton. (See Marvin's book p 101-many errors in his book). Abe was the real founder of White House, NJ.
Documentation: "Our Van Horne Kindred-1958, by Elsie O. (Mrs Ralph A.) Hallenbeck (in DAR Lib & in my files). pp 128 & 129; 134 thru 141 and 146 thru 138. The Van Horne Genealogy - 1642-1950, by Jennie Grant Van Horne Meeds, Amsterdam, NY, Feb. 20, 1951 (in my files). Van Horne Genealogy-1585 or 1587, by Jennie G. V. H. Meeds (in my files). Article from the National Genealogical Society Quarterly & abstract of Rev. War Pension Appl. in my file). Two newspaper articles by Meeds and three page article of unknown origin (in my file).

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[Source: Our Van Horne Kindred, pages 128 - 134]

Abraham Van Horne was the second child of Matthys Cornelisen and Fytie Adam Brouwer, the first being Cornelius Van Horne (1A). As stated before, Matthys Cornelisen is the first known projenitor of this branch of the Van Horne Family, and his wife Fytie Adam Brouwer is a direct descendant of Aeltje Braconie who emigrated to America from Holland about 1637, and this ancestry is traced in the Appendix at the end of this book.

Abraham Van Horne was born in the Province of New York, and baptized in the Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn on January 15, 1699 and his Sponsors were Nickolaes Brouwer and Jannetje Brouwer. In the early part of the eighteenth century, Abraham and his brother Cornelius (1A) emigrated to Monmouth County, New Jersey where they both lived for several years.

About 1719 he married Annetje Covenhoven, daughter Cornelius Williamse Couwenhoven (1671-1786) and Margaretta Schenck (1678-1751) of Middleton, N. J. and according to the New York Genealogical and Biographical Records, Vol. 81, pg. 225, she was born about 1702. They lived in Monmouth County until about 1724 when he purchased four hundred ninety acres of land in Hunterdon County, N. J. This land was situated along the Rockaway Creek near the confluence of its north and south branches, and was part of a large tract of land originally owned by George Willocks, John Budd and James Logan, and had been surveyed and made a matter of record in 1720.

He built a large public house or inn on the main highway which ran from New Brunswick to Easton, Penna. and one can still see traces of its foundation about a hundred feet below the old church cemetery. It had fourteen large rooms, a slave kitchen with bedroom above, and a large barn and it soon became a favorite place for stagecoaches and truckers to stop for meals and lodging. He painted it white and the village that gradually grew around it, became known as "Whitehouse, N. J."

In 1731 he built a private residence for his family and this was used for many generations of Van Hornes and is still in good condition today. It was built by a Dutch contractor who decorated all the downstair doors with different paintings, one of which was of Abraham seated on his favorite horse, and has 1731 painted in one corner.

He and his wife joined the Dutch Reformed Church of Readington in 1749 and their names were recorded as ffl: "Abraham Van Horn and his wife, Annetje Covenhoven, by the pastor Rev. Johannes Casperus Fryenmoet." He died in November, 1759 of small pox, and Annetje died of the same disease on December 17, 1759 and they are both buried in the old cemetery in Whitehouse. He left a Will dated December 29, 1758 in which he gave the following bequests:

"In the name of God, Amen. I, Abraham Van Horne, of the County of Hunterdon and Province of New Jersey, being in perfect health and sound memory, praise be to God, do hereby make this my last Will and Testament as follows: I order that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid out of my estate as soon as convenience will, by my executors hereafter named.

ITEM--It is my will, and I do hereby order that my dear and loving wife Annetje, shall have the full possession of my dwellinghouse and gristmill and 240 acres of land, now in my possession, until my youngest son Abraham comes to the full age of twentyone years, and then that my loving wife Annetje have no more of the premises during her widowhood than the equal part of my dwelling house, the house where Samuel Covill now liveth, with half of the orchard and the ten acres below the milldam. Out of my personal estate I give to my said wife, the best bed in the house with all its furniture thereunto belonging, the cupboard, one dozen pewter plates, six pewter platters, three iron pots, my negro man named Ceasar and his wife Bet during my said wife's life, and after her death, or the said negroes come to be past hard labor, that they then shall be maintained by my son Abraham Van Horne, his heirs and assigns, for I positively order that they shall not be sold to any person whatsoever.

ITEM--I give to my daughter Margarete, her heirs and assigns, the sum of one hundred pounds money (eight shillings to the pound) and a negro girl named Maria.

ITEM--I give to my daughter Phildia and her assigns, a negro girl named Hannah, to be her property forever; to my daughter Annetje a negro girl named Dinah, to her and her assigns forever; to my daughter Neeltje and her assigns forever, the negro girl named Hagar.

ITEM--I do hereby order that my son Abraham Van Horne shall have out of my personal estate, the negro boy named Peter, to him and his heirs and assigns forever; also three milch cows, three of my best horses, my best wagon, two plows with all their tackling thereunto belonging, as his property forever.

ITEM--It is my will that the remaining part of my estate be equally divided among my three daughters, viz: Phildia, Neeltje, Annetje and my loving wife.

ITEM--It is my will, and I do hereby order that my eldest son Matthew Van Horne, shall have and enjoy the two hundred acres of land where he now liveth, which is part of a larger tract of land containing four hundred acres, and that my said son Matthew and his wife shall possess and enjoy the same as long as he and his wife shall live, and that after their decease, the said two hundred acres of land be equally divided amongst my son Matthew's youngest children, to them and their heirs and assigns forever.

ITEM--It is my will that the remaining two hundred acres of land be divided as follows among my son Matthew's eldest boys, viz: Abraham William, Cornelius and Matthew, that is to say that Abraham shall have fifty acres of said land, in that part wherein the sawmill is now erected, to him and his assigns forever, and the other one hundred fifty acres of land to be equally divided among the other three boys, viz: William, Matthew and Cornelius, their heirs and assigns forever.

ITEM--I do hereby order that my son Matthew Van Horne shall enjoy the whole four hundred acres of land before mentioned, until the four oldest boys of my son Matthew come to the age of twenty-one years, and that then it is my will that the said four boys, viz: Abraham, William, Matthew and Cornelius have the full possession of each of these parts of land before mentioned, and in the manner aforesaid. I do hereby order that the profits arising from the sawmill, now agoing on the forementioned premises, be equally divided, that is to say, one equal half to my oldest son Matthew and the other half to my executors until my oldest son's son Matthew comes to the full age of twenty-one years, and to return to my said grandson Abraham, son of Matthew.

ITEM--I give and bequeath to my son Abraham, his heirs and assigns forever, all that certain tract of land supposed to contain two hundred and fifty acres, now in my possession, and to stand divided by certain line of division, lately made and run by an actual survey, as a certain deed of conveyance which I gave to my son Cornelius, for the tract of land he now liveth on, bearing date the twenty-sixth of December, 1758, with the grist mills, houses, barns, privileges thereunto belonging, when he comes to the full age of twenty-one years, excepting the privilege before given to my loving wife Annetje.

ITEM--It is my will that my said son Abraham, his heirs, executors, administrators, pay to his three sisters, viz: Phidia, the sum of one hundred and thirty pounds at three years after he gets possession of the land and premises before given to him; and to his sister Annetje, a like sum of money, and that at two years after the first payment; and to his sister Neeltje ye said sum of money, and two years after the second payment. (All money eight shillings to the pound).

ITEM--I give and bequeath to my two sons Cornelius and Abraham, their heirs and assigns forever, all their two certain tracts of land, on the Society, so called viz: That tract whereon John Thomas now liveth, and the other tract of land I bought of Abraham DeWitt, to be equally divided between them according to quantity and quality.

ITEM--I give to my daughter Margarete and her husband Herman Roelofson during their natural life, tract of land whereon they now live, and after their decease, my will is that it be equally divided between my daughter Margarete's children, their heirs and assigns forever, as their property forever.

ITEM--I give to my daughter Neeltje, her heirs and assigns forever, all that certain tract of land along the Society, lying and being in the place commonly called the "hole" being the tract of land lately in the possession of Christian Vroom, containing two hundred and eighty acres of land.

ITEM--It is my will that if my son Abraham should die under age, without issue, that then his part to be equally divided among all my children; and it is my will that if any of my grandchildren, that is to say the children of my son Matthew, should die under age and without issue, that then their portion to be equally divided among the survivors of such children, to be their property forever.

ITEM--I do hereby order that all my rights in the Elizabethtown purchases, when they shall claim their rights and come to a division, that all such land as may fall to my share, shall be equally divided among all my children, except all such land which is already given away, that may fall in the said purchase, shall not be subject to any other division, only with this consideration that my son Matthew Van Horne, my daughter Annetje and my daughter Phidia, shall have so much more than an equal division, as make up their share or part, as my son Cornelius and my son Abraham, and my daughter Neeltje, which I have already given them of the lands which I expect will fall within the said purchase.

LASTLY, I do constitute, nominate and appoint my well beloved son Cornelius, my loving son Abraham and my son-in-law Tobias Ten Eyck, to be my true and trusted executors of this, my last Will and Testament, and I do hereby utterly disavow, revoke and disannul all and every former or other wills and testaments by me in any manner of ways before this named; and I do hereby confirm this and no other, to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty-ninth day of December, anno Domini, 1758.

ABRAHAM VAN HORNE


Signed, sealed and published and declared by Abraham Van Horne as his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us the under subscribers.

David Cock
Cornelius VanderBilt (his mark)
Edward Wilmot
Probated December 5, 1759.


Abraham Van Horne and Annetje Covenhoven had the following children:

2B x Matthew, bapt. May 1, 1720; m. Mary
Crumm.
3B x Margarete, bapt. April 3, 1722; m. Herman
Roelofson.
4B x Cornelius, b. 1724; m. Charity Wyckoff.
5B x Phidia, b. November 7, 1726; m. Baltus
Pickell.
6B x Annetje, bapt. January 7, 1728; m. Tobias
Ten Eyck.
7B Abraham, bapt. October 10, 1731, died
young.
8B x Neeltje, b. March 21, 1734; m. Anthony
Melick.
9B x Abraham, b. March 1, 1740; m. Gertrude
Wyckoff

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[Source: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 1670 - 1760]

Name: Abraham van Horn
Date: 29 Dec 1758
Location: Hunterdon Co. will of. Wife, Antia. Children--Abraham (youngest son and under age), Margaret, wife of Herman Rulefson, Phicha, Antia, Neeltie, Matthew (oldest son, married), Cornelius. Children of son Matthew, viz., Abraham, William, Matthew and Cornelius. Homefarm of 250 acres with a gristmill; another farm of 200 ac.; other real estate and personal property, incl. 7 negro slaves. Executors--sons Cornelius and Abraham, with son-in-law Tobias ten Eyck. Witnesses--Cornelius van der Bilt, Edward Wilmot, David Cock. Proved Dec. 5, 1759. Lib. 10, p. 73. 1760, Feb. 9. Inventory, £576.11.6, incl. bonds and book debts, £201.9.5; books, £2.14; 5 looking glasses, £4; 200 bush. of wheat, a skreen and a skoop, £64; made by Michal Demott and Edward Wilmot.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 4: One source (WFT 5 or 13) shows Abraham as son of Mathys Cornelisen and Fytie (Sophie) Adam Brouwer -- based on names of parents, I think this is unlikely

• Alt. Birth: 1698. 64 New York

• Fact 1: 1 Jan 1699. Baptised at DRC New York

• Alt. Birth: Bef 15 Jan 1699. 64

• Fact 3: 15 Jan 1699. DutchRefChBklyn, Flatlands, NY

• Fact 2: Nov 1759. Whitehouse, OldHaypressCem, NJ

Children from this marriage were:

+ 289 M    i. Matthew Van Horne was born about 1720 in New Jersey, was baptized on 1 May 1720 in Dutch Ref Church, Freehold, , New Jersey, and died after 29 Dec 1758.355

   290 F    ii. Elizabeth Van Horne was born WFT Est 1720-1746 and died WFT Est 1725-1829 at age 5.

Elizabeth married \\ Colchester in 1760.

   291 F    iii. Catherine Van Horne was born WFT Est 1720-1746 and died WFT Est 1725-1829 at age 5.

Catherine married \\ Longstreet in 1761.

   292 F    iv. Margarete Van Horne was born about 1722 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey, was baptized on 3 Apr 1722 in Dutch Reformed Church, Freehold, , New Jersey, died in 1790 in New Jersey357 about age 68, and was buried in Old Lutheran Church-Yard In Oldwick, N. J.357

Christening Notes:

Margarete married Herman Roelofson,357 son of Laurens Roelofson, before 29 Dec 1758.355 Herman was born in 1719357 and died on 15 Mar 1805357 at age 86.

Margarete next married Abraham Roeloffsen on 12 Mar 1750. Abraham was buried in Old Lutheran Church-Yard In Oldwick, N. J.357

+ 293 M    v. Cornelis Van Hoorn 358 was born in 1724 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in 1784 at age 60.

+ 294 F    vi. Sophia Phidia Van Horne was born on 7 Nov 1726359 and died on 17 May 1764 in Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey at age 37.

+ 295 F    vii. Annetje Van Horn was born before 7 Jan 1728,360 was baptized on 7 Jan 1728 in Millstone, Somerset, New Jersey,360 and died WFT Est 1736-1828.

   296 M    viii. Abraham Van Horne 360 was born in 1731 in New Jersey, was baptized on 10 Oct 1732 in New Jersey, and died WFT Est 1725-1825 at age -6.

+ 297 F    ix. Neeltje Van Horn was born on 21 Mar 1734 in NJ, was baptized on 14 Apr 1734 in New Jersey, died on 3 Jan 1818 in NJ at age 83, and was buried in Lutheran Church Cemetery, Oldwick, , New Jersey.

+ 298 M    x. Abraham Van Horn was born on 1 Mar 1740 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey and died on 5 Mar 1810 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey at age 70.

71. Altje Cornelis Covenhoven 209 was born about 1705, was baptized on 29 May 1705,210 and died after 1777.209 Another name for Altje was Aeltje Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

In 1737 Altje COVENHOVEN was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth Co., NJ.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1702.

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1702. Brooklyn, Kings County, New York

• Alt. Death: After 1778. 209

Altje married William Jacobse Van Doran, son of Jacob Van Doorn 229,230 and Maria Bennet. William was born about 1701.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

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[Source: Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey under the editorial supervision of Francis Bazley Lee, page 467]

William, born about 1701, married Altje, daughter of Cornelius Couwenhoven and Margaret Schenck. He died young and without issue. His widow married Cornelius Middach.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 299 F    i. Mary Williamse Van Doren was born after 1720 and died after 1763.

Altje next married Abraham Peterse Van Derventer.,230 son of Pieter Jansen Van Deventer 230 and Mayke Christiaense Van Doorn. Abraham was born before 5 Sep 1697.

General Notes:

[Source: The Van Deventer Family, page 57]

Abraham Vandeventer (Pieter Jansen2, Jan1), blacksmith, m. ca. 1731 Altje (Adeline) Couwenhoven, dau. Cornelius Couwenhoven and Margaretta Schenck. Altje had m. (1) William Van Dorn (ca. 1701-30), of Pleasant Valley, N. J., (son of Jacob and Maria (Bennet) Van Doorn), and had dau. Mary, who m. (1745) Albert Couwenhoven (son of William Albertse and Elizabeth (Van Cleef) Couwenhoven) and had dau. Elizabeth, bp. 1746, Marlboro, N. J. After the death of Abraham Vandeventer (ca. 1730), Altje m. (3) Feb. 3, 1740, Cornelius Middaugh.

Early Dutch Settlers Mon. Co., N. J., Beekman; Van Doorn
Family, Honeyman (1909), p. 539.


The will of Abraham Vandeventer, dated Apr. 25, 1733, pro. Dec. 11, 1733, Perth Amboy, N. J., names wife Alche, his son Peter and his wife's dau., Mary Van Dorn; exec., father-in- law, Cornelius Covenhoven and brother, Isaac Vandeventer; wit., Jacob Vandeventer, Rowliff Covenhoven, John Bowne.

Trenton Wills, Bk. B., p. 479; New Jersey Wills, II, 496.

Children:
i. Peter, bp. Apr. 16, 1732, Middletown, N. J. He is believed to have gone to Pa. (No record of desc.)


The child from this marriage was:

   300 M    i. Peter Van Derventer was born before 16 Apr 1732.

Altje next married Cornelius Middagh about 1720. Another name for Cornelius is Cornelius Middaugh.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 3 Feb 1740.

72. Ruliff Cornelis Covenhoven was born on 5 Oct 1706 in New York, died on 20 Aug 1786 in Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 79, and was buried about 21 Aug 1786 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.211 Another name for Ruliff was Roeloff Cornelisen Couwenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

Ruliff married Sarah Van Voorhies,361 daughter of Antje Danielse Rapelje, on 23 Jun 1733 in New York. Sarah was born on 12 Apr 1710 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 12 Dec 1789 in Pleasant Valley, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 79. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Cornelis Voorhees.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.


Children from this marriage were:

   301 F    i. Margaret Rulifse Covenhoven was born on 6 May 1734 in New York and died on 21 Jan 1739 at age 4.

   302 F    ii. Mary Rulifse Covenhoven was born on 16 Jul 1737 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 8 Nov 1767 at age 30.

Mary married Daniel Gilbertse Van Mater on 25 Dec 1754.

+ 303 M    iii. Cornelius Rulifse Covenhoven was born on 29 Jul 1740 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 12 Jul 1796 in New Jersey at age 55.

+ 304 F    iv. Sarah Rulifse Covenhoven was born on 23 Jul 1744 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 16 Nov 1805 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 61.

74. Sarah Cornelis Covenhoven was born about 1708. Another name for Sarah was Saartje Covenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

Sarah married Isaac Peterse Van Derventer,230 son of Pieter Jansen Van Deventer 230 and Mayke Christiaense Van Doorn, about 1730 in The Raritans, New Jersey.362 Isaac was born before 5 Sep 1697362 and died in 1775 in Loudon, Virginia.362

Marriage Notes: [Source: The Van Deventer Family, page 60]

Children of Isaac and Sara (Couwenhoven) Vandeventer:
i. Margaret, bp. Mar. 31, 1731, R. D. Ch., Middletown, N. J.;
m. 1749 in N. J., Nicholas Wyckoff, b. 1727, d. 1808, in Va.,
son of Nicholas Wyckoff, Sr., a descendant of Pieter Claesen
Wyckoff. He went from N. J. to Loudoun Co., Va. in 1769.
Tithe lists of that year show him living with Richard Skinner.
He purchased land in the southeastern part of the county.
Children (bp. R. D. Ch., N. Branch, N. J.):
1. Nicholas, bp. June 30, 1750.
2. Isaac, bp. Mar. 8, 1752; went to Catawba Co., N. C.
3. William, bp. Mar. 3, 1754.
4. Sarah, bp. May 2, 1756; went to Chillicothe, O.
5. Hannah, b. 1758; m. Eden B. Moore.
6. Abraham, b. 1760; d. before 1805.
7. Peter, b. 1762.
8. Cornelius, b. 1765; d. 1817, m. (???). (Som. Hist. Soc.
Qr.) Ch.: i. Margaret. ii. Nicholas H. (twin). iii.
Jonathan T. (twin), m. (???). Ch.: 1. A. Cornelius, of
Alexandria, Va.
ii. Abraham, bp. Aug. 25, 1733, R. D. Ch., Raritan (now Somerville)
N. J.; d. yng. (sup.).
iii. Sara, bp. Aug. 17, 1735, R. D. Ch., Raritan.
iv. Peter, bp. July 27, 1742, R. D. Ch., Readington, Hunterdon
Co., N. J.; d. 1820, Huntingdon Co., Pa.
v. Cornelius, bp. July 8, 1744, R. D. Ch., Readington.
vi. Isaac, bp. Feb. 8, 1747, R. D. Ch., Raritan (now Somerville),
N. J.; d. July 12, 1803, Loudoun Co., Va.
vii. Jacob, bp. Mar. 19, 1749, R. D. Ch., Readington, N. J.; d.
1823, Fayette Co., Ohio.
viii. Abraham, bp. Oct. 17, 1753, R. D. Ch., Readington, N. J.;
d. before 1837, Sullivan Co., Tenn.
Baptismal Rec., R. D. Ch., Raritan and Readington, N. J.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1730. 362 New Jersey

General Notes: [Source: The Van Deventer Family, pages 57, 58]

Isaac Van Deventer (Pieter Jansen2, Jan1), bp. Sept. 5, 1697, R. D. church, Flatbush, L. I.; died in Loudoun Co., Va., 1775; married ca. 1730, in the Raritans, N. J., Saartje (Sara) Couwenhoven, b. in Monmouth Co., N. J., daughter of Cornelius and Margaretta (Schenck) Couwenhoven. He removed to Hunterdon Co., N. J., near Whitehouse, where he was living 1732, 1742 and 1757, as shown by three bonds of these dates, wherein he described himself as of the county of Hunterdon; then to Bucks Co., Pa. An original lease given by Walter Rutherford to Isaac Van Deventer, dated May 3, 1764, witnessed by Peter Vandeventer, covering land "lying in the Province of Pennsylvania and being Lot No. 36 on the London Company's map," relates to land in Tinicum Twp., Bucks Co. between Delaware River and Tohicon Creek.

Isaac Van Deventer was appointed one of a jury to lay out a road from "London's Ferry, now Pursley's," and Shannon's Landing, through Nockamixon Twp., to the Durham road near John Wilson's tavern, now "The Harrow," at March term of Court of Quarter Sessions 1767. He signed the return to this commission May 28, 1767.

Bucks Co., Pa., rec.


In 1771 Isaac Van Deventer, with his wife and three sons, Isaac, Jacob and Abraham, went to Loudoun Co., Virginia, where his name appears on the tithe lists of that year. His sons Peter and Cornelius and daughter Margaret and her husband Nicholas Wyckoff, had preceded him to Loudoun Co., and their names appear on the tithe lists.

Some years ago, at the home of Washington Van Deventer (the old homestead), old papers of Isaac Van Deventer, Sr., were found, including an indemnifying bond of Jan. 17, 1742, given by Isaac Van Deventer "of the County of Hunterdon, Yeoman," to William Covenhoven, son and executor of Cornelius Covenhoven, at the settlement of his father's estate, and copy of will of Cornelius Covenhoven dated Nov. 22, 1735, pro. June 22, 1736, Perth Amboy, N. J., recorded Liber C. of Wills, p. 107. The indemnifying bond of 1742, to William Covenhoven, was given to secure the estate against two bonds given by Isaac Van Deventer to Barent Van Deventer (No. 215), of Flatbush, L. I., and endorsed by Cornelius Covenhoven. Also among these papers was the original lease of 1764, from Rutherford to Isaac Van Deventer, of 302 acres on the Delaware River, witnessed by Henry Stoll and Peter Vandeventer. Isaac Van Deventer's signature is on a worn fold of the paper, and almost obliterated.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptized: 5 Sep 1697. 362 Reformed Dutch Church, Flatbush, Long Island, New York

Children from this marriage were:

   305 M    i. Isaac Van Derventer .

   306 M    ii. Jacob Van Derventer .

   307 M    iii. Abraham Van Derventer .

   308 F    iv. Margaret Van Derventer .363

Margaret married Nicholas Wyckoff.,363 son of Nicholas Wyckoff Sr. Nicholas was born in 1727363 and died in 1808 in Virginia363 at age 81.

77. Rachel Cornelis Covenhoven was born on 7 Sep 1712 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey, was baptized on 2 Nov 1712 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,214,215 and died on 10 Mar 1801212 at age 88. Another name for Rachel was Rachel Couwenhoven.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 7 Sep 1712.

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1761-1807. 212

Rachel married Benjamin Isabrandse Van Cleve 212,215 on 9 Sep 1734 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.212 Benjamin was born on 12 Dec 1712 in Staten Island, Richmond, New York, was baptized on 19 Apr 1715 in Dutch Reformed Church, Port Richmond, Richmond Co., Staten Island, NY,215 and died on 3 Jul 1775212 at age 62. Another name for Benjamin was Benjamin Van Cleef.

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

Benjamin VAN CLEVE resided in:

New York City, Kings Co., Long Island, NY (bef age 4); Monmouth Co., NJ aft 1716 (age 4); New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., NJ bef 1739 (age 27); and in Monmouth County, NJ bet 1752 and 1775 (age 40).

He was in business with his brother Aaron abt 1739 (age 27).

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1 Dec 1712. Staten Island, New York

Children from this marriage were:

   309 F    i. Jannetze Van Cleve was born on 2 Mar 1736 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey,215,217 was baptized on 30 Mar 1738,215 and died WFT Est 1750-1830 at age 14. Another name for Jannetze was Jannetje Van Cleef.

Jannetze married Daniel Hays WFT Est 1750-1783. Daniel was born WFT Est 1719-1739 and died WFT Est 1753-1825 at age 34.

+ 310 M    ii. Cornelius Van Cleve was born on 11 Nov 1739, was baptized on 11 Nov 1738,215 and died on 7 Oct 1760215 at age 20.

   311 F    iii. Marregreta Van Cleve was born on 26 Jun 1741 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey,215 was baptized on 19 Jun 1741,215 and died on 7 Aug 1742215 at age 1. Another name for Marregreta was Marregret Van Cleef.

   312 F    iv. Margreta Van Cleve was born on 4 Jun 1743 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey364 and died on 29 Sep 1760364 at age 17. Another name for Margreta was Margreta Van Cleef.

   313 F    v. Eleanor Van Cleve was born on 6 Aug 1745 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey215 and died on 8 Oct 1812215 at age 67.

   314 M    vi. Benjamin Van Cleef was born on 28 Feb 1747 and died WFT Est 1748-1837 at age 1.

General Notes: [Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

Andrews gives Benjamin VAN CLEVE's dod as aft 1819.

+ 315 M    vii. John Van Cleef 215,365 was born on 16 May 1749 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 1 Jun 1791 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio at age 42.

   316 M    viii. William Van Cleve was born on 6 Jun 1751 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey215 and died on 11 Jun 1751.215

+ 317 M    ix. William Van Cleve was born on 7 Jun 1752 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey215 and died on 22 Apr 1813215 at age 60.

   318 F    x. Anna Van Cleef was born on 24 Sep 1754,215 was baptized on 5 Dec 1754 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,215,217 and died WFT Est 1768-1848 at age 14.

Anna married Thomas West WFT Est 1768-1801. Thomas was born WFT Est 1737-1757 and died WFT Est 1771-1843 at age 34.

   319 F    xi. Rachel Van Cleve was born on 8 Aug 1756 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey, was baptized on 8 Aug 1756 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,215 and died WFT Est 1757-1850 at age 1. Another name for Rachel was Rachel Van Cleef.

   320 F    xii. Rachel Van Cleve 215 was born on 16 Aug 1757,215 was baptized on 26 Feb 1758 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,215,217 and died WFT Est 1772-1852 at age 15. Another name for Rachel was Rachel Van Cleef.

General Notes: [Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

Rachel VAN CLEVE resided 16 miles from Philadelphia, Montgomery Co., PA.

Rachel married Isaac Wynkoop WFT Est 1772-1805. Isaac was born WFT Est 1741-1761 and died WFT Est 1775-1847 at age 34.

82. Roelof Janse Schenck 220 was born on 21 Feb 1692, died on 19 Jul 176190 at age 69, and was buried after 19 Jan 1766 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.90 Another name for Roelof was Rolfe Janse Schank.90

General Notes:

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, pp. 254, 255]

Roelof (s. of Jan Roelofse and Sara), b. Feb. 21, 1692; m. Geesie Hendricksen; d. July 19, 1761. Left Flds with his father and settled near the Brick Ch. at Marlborough, Monmouth Co., N. J. Issue:--Sara, b. May 22, 1715, m. Dec. 1, 1734, Joseph Van Mater, d. Dec. 1, 1748; Katrintje, bp. Mar. 19, 1717, d. young; Katrya, bp. Dec. 21, 1718, m. 1st Simon De Hart 3d of Gowanus, m. 2d Peter Cowenhoven of N. J.; Jan, b. Jan. 22, 1721, m. Nov. 26, 1741, Jacomyntje Cowenhoven, d. Jan. 27, 1749; Daniel, bp. May 26, 1723, d. Sept 20, 1747; Nelke or Neeltje, b. Sept. 10, 1724, (sup.) m. Oct. 13, 1744, Gerret Cowenhoven, d. Mar. 25, 1800; Engeltie, bp. Apl. 28, 1732; and Hendrick, b. July 9, 1731, m. Caty Holmes, d. Aug. 4, 1766--all of N. J.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 19 Jan 1766. 90

Roelof married Geesie Hendricksen.220 Geesie was born about 1695, died on 20 Sep 1747 in Monmouth County, New Jersey90 about age 52, and was buried after 20 Sep 1747 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.90

Children from this marriage were:

+ 321 F    i. Sara Schenck 220 was born on 22 May 1715,220 died on 1 Dec 1748220 at age 33, and was buried in Van Mater Burying Ground, Colts Neck, Monmouth, New Jersey.90

   322 F    ii. Katrintje Schenck 220 was born about 19 Mar 1717,220 was baptized on 19 Mar 1717,220 and died before 21 Dec 1718.220

+ 323 F    iii. Catherine Rolofse Schenck was born about 21 Dec 1718 and was baptized on 21 Dec 1718.220

   324 M    iv. Jan Rolofse Schenck 220 was born on 22 Jan 1721220 and died on 27 Jan 1749220 at age 28.

Jan married Jacometje Cornelis Covenhoven, daughter of Cornelis Willemse Vankouwenhoven 19 and Margaretta Roelofse Schenck,195 on 26 Nov 1741 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.220 Jacometje was born in 1717 and was baptized on 23 Nov 1717 in Freehold-Middletown Dutch Church, Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ.218 Other names for Jacometje were Jacomintje Couenhoven and Jacomyntje Cowenhoven.219

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

   325 M    v. Daniel Schenck 347 was born about 26 May 1723, was baptized on 26 May 1723,347 died on 20 Sep 1747347 about age 24, and was buried after 20 Sep 1747 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth Co., NJ.90

+ 326 F    vi. Neeltje Rolofse Schenck 347 was born on 10 Apr 1724 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 25 Mar 1800 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 75.

+ 327 M    vii. Hendrick Schenck 347 was born on 9 Jul 1731,347 died on 24 Aug 176690 at age 35, and was buried after 24 Aug 1766 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   328 F    viii. Engeltie Schenck 347 was born about 28 Apr 1732 and was baptized on 28 Apr 1732.347

84. Alice Schenck 226 was born on 13 Apr 1705 in Monmouth County, New Jersey,90 was baptized on 25 May 1705, died on 17 May 1801 in Middlebush, Somerset, New Jersey90 at age 96, and was buried after 17 May 1801 in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Middlebush, Somerset, New Jersey.90 Another name for Alice was Altje Schenck.226

General Notes:

[Source: The Story of an Old Farm or Life in New Jersey in the 18th Century, pp. 250, 251]

The memory of Mrs. Christian (Alche) Van Doren is revered as that of one of Somerset's mothers in Israel. She was the life-long friend of Jufvrouw Hardenbergh--of whom much more hereafter--and, though living six miles distant, was a constant attendant at church until her ninety-fifth year. When this remarkable old lady died she left three hundred and fifty-two living descendants, among whom were two hundred great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. The size of families in those early days would seem to have been commensurate with the needs of population. Of her children, all but one lived to an old age, and raised families; and one of her grandchildren, following his grandparent's example, had seventeen children. The most of her twelve boys were called after the patriarchs, prophets and apostles, nor would she ever permit their names to be shortened; there were no Jakes, Abes, Ikes, Petes or Jacks in her household. Mrs. Van Doren had the happiness of seeing all of her sons prominent in the Dutch church. Jacobus was active in sustaining the Bedminster church; in an old salary subscription list, in my hands, his name frequently appears as well as that of his cousin Aaron who, together with the latter's brother John, settled about this time in Peapack, establishing an industry, known to this day as Van Doren's mills. Lewis A. Van Doren, their present owner, is the grandson of John. His father, William A. Van Doren, in about 1832 introduced and operated the first threshing machine in Bedminster. It was a primitive affair requiring eight horses attached to a lever-power to do the work accomplished now by two. Notwithstanding its clumsiness it was considered a great improvement over former methods, as by it in one week as much grain was threshed as until then four men had been able to hammer and tread in two months with swingle-clubs and six horses.

Alice married Christian Van Doren,226 son of Jacob Van Doorn 229,230 and Maria Bennet, WFT Est 1714-1749.223 Christian was born on 11 Aug 1699,223 was baptized on 17 Sep 1699,229 died on 20 Jul 1781 in Middlebush, Somerset, New Jersey90 at age 81, and was buried after 20 Jul 1781 in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Middlebush, Somerset, New Jersey.90 Another name for Christian was Christyjan Van Doren.226

General Notes:

[Source: Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey under the editorial supervision of Francis Bazley Lee, pages 468 - 470]

(III) Christian van Doren, second son and third child of Jacob van Doorn (2) and Marytje (Bennet) van Doorn, was baptized September 17, 1699. He removed from Monmouth county to Middlebush, Somerset county about 1723 and with his brother Abraham purchased five hundred and twenty-five acres of land on the north side of the present "Amwell Road." Here he built and lived in a log house about one hundred and fifty yards east of the present church. He planted an apple orchard, and two of these trees bore fruit until 1865. He owned three hundred and fifty-nine acres, fronting on Amwell Road, and his brother owned one hundred and sixty-six acres to the north of this. For a time after its purchase these farms were in the possession of and properly owned by John Bennett, Christian and Abraham having bought from a false agent of the first owner. They repurchased the land, March 19, 1763, paying five dollars and seventy-five cents per acre. Christian was a member of the consistory of the Reformed Dutch church in New Brunswick, in 1752, and he was elected an elder. A frame house was later substituted for the original log house, and corresponding outbuildings were put up. The house stood in good condition for one hundred years, and was then destroyed by fire. A new building has been put up on the site of the old one, and is now occupied by John B. Welsh. The original frame of the barn is still standing, but has undergone repairs and remodeling. Christian was early known as a great raiser of wheat. His land at the time of its clearing was pronounced to be the best adapted for the raising of wheat of any in the county. By the old assessment list of 1745 he was assessed on three hundred and fifty acres of land, thirty-three head of cattle, and nine sheep, the small sum of two dollars and eighty-six cents, it costing very little to maintain the government in those days. The original tract of five hundred and twenty-five acres is now (1906) composed of seven farms: Walter J. Toulmin, Ellen V. Egbert, Marcus Bennett, Mr. Burbank, Mr. Woolsey, Mr. Vreeland and John B. Welsh, who lives on the homestead part.

Christian married Alche Schenck, daughter of John Schenck and Sarah Couwenhoven, and they had seventeen children, of whom later. Mrs. Alche (Schenck) van Doren was one of those worthy women of the early days distinguished for their Christian and moral excellencies. She rendered good service at the spinning-wheel at the age of ninety-two years, and at the age of ninety-five years was constant in her attendance at religious service in the First Reformed Church in New Brunswick, which was at a distance of almost six miles. She was early accustomed to horseback riding, the bad state of the roads and lack of bridges making this a necessity. It is related of her, that, while living in the log house, a rattlesnake came in through one of the openings in the stone chimney, which she seized with a pair of tongs, and held in the fire until he was dead. The children of Christian and Alche (Schenck) van Doren were:

1. Jacob, born December 9, 1724. He was a farmer and lived and died in Bedminster. He married (first) Phebe van Derveer, and (second) Jane Ditmars, daughter of Rem Ditmars, of Millstone. His children were: Jacob, John, Lena, Maria, who was conspicuous through her life for superior intelligence, affable social qualities, and womanly demeanor. She married Peter Stout, and had three children. Her daughter, Janettie, married Isaac van Zandt, and resides in New Brunswick; Phebe; and Alche.

2. John, born April 23, 1726, was a farmer and lived and died at Millstone. He was said to have been a droll man, and many stories are related of him. He married Maria Lott, and had children: John, William, was both a weaver and farmer, Jacob, Alche, Christian, Cornelius, Alletta, lived at Millstone, and was the wife of Tunis Hoagland; Abram, lived and died at White House, Hunterdon county, was an active Christian and one of the few who built the old White House Church. He married (first) Charity Bennett; (second) Elizabeth Bowman; (third) Catherine Nevius; and (fourth) Rachael Babcock. He had seventeen children, six of whom died in infancy, one at the age of forty, and the remainder from seventy-five to ninety years of age.

3. William, born November 13, 1727. He was a farmer, and lived and died in Middlebush. He married (first) Catherine Hoff, and (second) Maria Wyckoff. His children were: Christian, Brogun, William, Jacob, Alche and Catherine.

4. Maria, born February 9, 1729, died in 1822. In her ninetieth year she knit shawls, and spun linen sheets, which are yet to be seen in an excellent state of preservation. She married Petrus Nevius, a farmer at South Branch, and their children were: Roeloff, Christian, Peter, Jacob, Catherine, Sarah, Elizabeth, Phoebe and Alletta.

5. Aaron, born August 8, 1730. He may have lived in Anwell, Hunterdon county, for a time, but afterward removed to Peapack, Somerset county, and the van Dorens at present in that vicinity are descended from him. One of them, General Earl van Doren, was in the Confederate service, and was killed early in the war. The children of Aaron were: John, Christian, Alche and Aaron.

6. Sarah, born February 27, 1732, died November 17, 1816. She married (first) Jeremiah Lambert; (second) Robert Hood. She had no children.

7. Christian, born May 15, 1734, was a farmer and lived at Pluckamin. He married (first) Alche van Bryck; and (second) Maria Nevius. His children were: Barnet, Jane and Alche.

8. Alche, born November 18, 1735, died December 13, 1828. She married Simon Wickoff, a farmer living at Middlebush, and had children: Jacob, Peter, Simon, Sarah, Nelly, Christian, Elizabeth, Alche, Maria and Gertrude.

9. Nelly, born May 15, 1737. She married Jacques Voorhees, a merchant and farmer, and resided at Middlebush. Their children were: Jaques, Abram, Alche and Jaques (second).

10. Abraham, concerning whom see forward.

11. Peter, born March 18, 1740. He was a farmer and lived and died at Millstone. He married Frances Hoff of Neshanic, and had children: 1. Peter, married Mayche, daughter of Abram De Hart, of Six Mile Run, and had children: Margaret; and Sarah, married John S. Voorhees, of Blawenburgh, and is now residing on the De Hart homestead of three hundred and seventy-six acres. 2. Abram, married Maria, daughter of John Wyckoff, Sr., of Millstone. 3. Catherine. 4. Christian.

12. Jane, born October 25, 1741, married John Sutphen, a farmer who lived at Ten Mile Run.

13. Roeliff, born June 12, 1743. His death was brought about by an accident in his early manhood, and his grave on the homestead was the first in what is now called Cedar Grove cemetery.

14. Isaac, born November 12, 1744, was the owner of mills at Neshanic, where he lived and died. He married Sarah Opie, and had children: William, Abram, Maria, Sarah, Aletta and Grace.

15. Cornelius, born September 25, 1746. He was a farmer at Middlebush, and died a sudden death while on his way home from church, December, 1834. He married Elizabeth Wyckoff, of Millstone, and had children: 1. John, who early removed to western New York. 2. Sarah, who also removed to western New York. 3. Cornelius, married Maria Brokaw, and lived in Middlebush.

16. Joseph, born June 15, 1748, owned mills at South Branch, where he died. He married Sarah van Derbilt, and had children: J. van Derbilt, Joseph, Ann, Maria, Sarah, Peter and Aletta.

17. Benjamin, born July 22, 1751. He lived on the homestead of his father at Middlebush. He married (first) Sophia van Dyke, of New Brunswick; and (second) Dinah Ditmars, of Millstone. He had children: 1. Alche. 2. Sophia. 3. Abram. 4. Joseph, who was famous for his muscular powers, and had few equals in farming. He presented the congregation at Middlebush with an acre of land, upon which the church was erected, and in this labor he personally excelled all the other workmen in the amount and quality of the work accomplished. His son, John, who died in August, 1871, at Middlebush, was remarkable for his good qualities. At his death he devised five thousand dollars to Rutger's Theological Seminary to assist in educating indigent students. 5. Lena. 6. Christian. 7. Benjamin, married Phoebe Kline, resided at New Germantown, New Jersey, and died in April, 1872

Noted events in his life were:

• Migrated: 1723. 229 from Monmouth County, New Jersey to Middlebush, Somerset County, New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

+ 329 M    i. Jacob Van Doren 226,229 was born on 9 Dec 1724.229

+ 330 M    ii. John Van Doren 366 was born on 23 Apr 1726 in Middlebush, Somerset, New Jersey,90 died on 21 Oct 1815 in Millstone, Somerset, New Jersey90 at age 89, and was buried after 21 Oct 1815 in Hillsborough Reformed Church Cemetery, Millstone, Somerset, New Jersey.90

   331 M    iii. William Van Doren 366 was born on 13 Nov 1727.366

William married Catherine Hoff.366

William next married Maria Wyckoff.366

   332 F    iv. Maria Van Doren 366 was born on 9 Feb 1729366 and died in 1822366 at age 93.

Maria married Petrus Nevius.366

   333 M    v. Aaron Van Doren 366 was born on 8 Aug 1730.366

   334 F    vi. Sarah Van Doren 366 was born on 27 Feb 1732.366

Sarah married Jeremiah Lambert.366

Sarah next married Robert Hood.366

   335 M    vii. Christian Van Doren 366 was born on 15 May 1734.366

Christian married Alche Van Bryck.366

Christian next married Maria Nevius.366

   336 F    viii. Alche Van Doren 366 was born on 18 Nov 1735366 and died on 13 Dec 1828366 at age 93.

Alche married Simon Wickoff.366

+ 337 F    ix. Altje Van Doren 226 was born on 15 May 1737226,366 and died on 12 Aug 1796226 at age 59.

   338 M    x. Abraham Van Doren 366 was born between 1738 and 1740.

   339 M    xi. Peter Van Doren 366 was born on 18 Mar 1740.366

Peter married Frances Hoff.366

   340 F    xii. Jane Van Doren 366 was born on 25 Oct 1741.366

Jane married John Sutphen.366

   341 M    xiii. Roeliff Van Doren 366 was born on 12 Jun 1743366 and was buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery.366

   342 M    xiv. Isaac Van Doren 366 was born on 12 Nov 1744366 and died in Neshanic, Somerset, New Jersey.366

Isaac married Sarah Opie.366

+ 343 M    xv. Cornelius Van Doren 366 was born on 25 Sep 1746366 and died in Dec 1834 on the Way Home From Church, Middlebush, New Jersey366 at age 88.

   344 M    xvi. Joseph Van Doren 366 was born on 15 Jun 1748.366

Joseph married Sarah Van Derbilt.366

   345 M    xvii. Benjamin Van Doren 366 was born on 22 Jul 1751.366

Benjamin married Sophia Van Dyke.366 Sophia was born of New Brunswick, New Jersey.366

Benjamin next married Dinah Ditmars.366 Dinah was born of Millstone, New Jersey.366

86. Maritje Schenck 227 was born on 8 Aug 1712 and died in 1756227 at age 44.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1712. 227

Maritje married Jacob Van Dorn,227 son of Jacob Van Doorn 229,230 and Maria Bennet, about 1729.227 Jacob was born on 21 Jan 1703227 and died on 26 Feb 1779227 at age 76.

General Notes:

[Source: Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey under the editorial supervision of Francis Bazley Lee, page 467]

Jacob, born January 21, 1703, died February 26, 1779. He married (first) Maritje, daughter of John Schenck and Sarah Couwenhoven, born August 8, 1712, died October 31, 1756; married (second), October 27, 1763, Rachael, daughter of Garret Schenck and Neltje Voorhees, baptized April 2, 1710, and widow of Guysbert Longstreet. He resided on a portion of land comprising three hundred and seventeen acres, a part of his father's estate, adjoining the present village of Hillsdale. Jacob van Doorn had children: 1. Jacob, born January 15, 1731, died October 19, 1761, unmarried. 2. John, born June 6, 1733, married, about 1756, his cousin, Agnitie, daughter of Roelof Schenck and Engelje van Doorn, as before stated. He removed to and settled at Peapack in 1760, and had children: Jacob, William, Roelof and Ann. 3. William, born December 3, 1736, died October 4, 1816. He married Rachel, daughter of Guysbert Longstreet and Rachael Schenck. She died about 1765, and he married (second) Mary Hunt. He removed to Peapack, and had children: Jacob and Gilbert. 4. Isaac, born January 24, 1739, died in youth, October 5, 1749. 5. Sarah, born February 20, 1741, married, about 1761, John Antonides, of Dutch Lanes, near Freehold. 6. Aaron, born September 14, 1744, died July 14, 1830. Married, May 9, 1765, Ghacy, daughter of John Schenck and Jacamyhtji Couwenhoven, born February 14, 1748, died February 3, 1820. He removed to Peapack in 1766, and had a large family. 7. Mary, born November 3, 1746, married, as before stated, her cousin, Captain John Schenck, of Penn's Neck. 8. Isaac, born March 14, 1752, died May 7, 1831. Married, July 3, 1784, Anne, daughter of Garret Conover and Eleanor Schenck, born May 21, 1754, died June 11, 1843. He lived in the village of Middletown, had a fine estate and was greatly respected. He had an only son --Garret--who lived to be married but died childless. 9. Peter, born July 4, 1755, died May, 1834. Married, about 1779, Janetje, daughter of Elbert Williamson and Willemptje Schenck, baptized July 12, 1758. Peter lived and died on the homestead of his father, and had seven sons and four daughters. 10, Anne, born October 27, 1756, married Lewis Thompson, and died a few years since at an advanced age.

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[Source: The Henrys of Maryland and Related Families, pages 150, 151]

Jacob4 Van Dorn, born January 21, baptized April 27, 1703, at Brooklyn RDC, fourth son of Jacob3 and Maria Bennet. Under his father's will he received one half of his father's farm, comprising 317 acres. On it he built a house which was still standing in 1909. He acquired more land in Freehold Township at a sheriff's sale in 1772 but resold it May 3, 1774
(Trenton Deeds G3: 504). Jacob married, about 1729, Maritje Schenck, daughter of Roelofse Schenck and Sarah Couwenhoven, born 1712, died 1756. He died February 26, 1779.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptized: 27 Apr 1703. 227 Brooklyn RDC, Brooklyn, New York

Children from this marriage were:

   346 M    i. John Van Dorn was born on 6 Jun 1733.

John married Agnitie Roelof Schenck, daughter of Roelof Schenck 367 and Engelje Van Doorn, about 1756.

   347 M    ii. William Van Dorn was born on 3 Dec 1736 and died on 4 Oct 1816 at age 79.

William married Rachel Longstreet, daughter of Guysbert Longstreet and Rachel Schenck. Rachel died about 1765.

William next married Mary Hunt after 1765.

87. Leah Schenck 194 was born on 24 Dec 1714 and died on 14 Mar 1769228 at age 54. Another name for Leah was Leah Janse Schenck.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Leah married Peter Pieterse Covenhoven, son of Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven 77 and Patience Daws,77,194 on 17 Dec 1735.228 Peter was born on 27 Jan 1712 and died on 14 May 1774 at age 62.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 6 Apr 1712. New Jersey

(Duplicate Line. See Person 66)

93. William Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 7 Mar 1702 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 19 Mar 1790 at age 88. Another name for William was William Albertse Covenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: One source gives date of death as "before 17 March 1790"

• Fact 2: 19 May 1702. Freehold, Monmouth, NJ

William married Lysbeth Vancleaf in 1721 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Lysbeth was born on 13 May 1705 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Lysbeth was Elizabeth Benjamse Van Cleef Libertje Van Cleaf.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 77.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 348 M    i. Albert Williamse Covenhoven died before 23 Nov 1763.

   349 F    ii. Elinor Williamse Covenhoven .

Elinor married Benjamin Benjamse Van Cleef on 2 Jul 1741 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   350 F    iii. Hendrika Williamse Covenhoven .

Hendrika married John Campbell on 30 Nov 1761. John died on 7 Dec 1805.

+ 351 M    iv. Joseph Williamse Covenhoven died before 29 May 1792.

   352 F    v. Elizabeth Williamse Covenhoven died on 30 Oct 1813.

Elizabeth married James Herbert about 1761.

+ 353 M    vi. Benjamin Williamse Covenhoven was born in 1726 and died on 3 Apr 1800 at age 74.

   354 M    vii. David Williamse Covenhoven was born about 1734 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

David married Ida Garretse Wyckoff on 18 Aug 1753.

   355 M    viii. Issac Williamse Covenhoven was born about 1736 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Issac married Hannah Morford on 9 Mar 1756 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   356 M    ix. William Williamse Covenhoven was born on 2 Mar 1742 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 9 May 1803 in Cranbury, Middlesex, New Jersey at age 61.

William married Elizabeth Story.

97. Aeltje Couwenhoven was born on 20 Jan 1709 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jul 1783 in Rowan, North Carolina at age 74. Other names for Aeltje were Aelke Albertse Covenhoven and Altje Covenhoven.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 20 Jan 1709. NY.

• Alt. Birth: 19 Feb 1710, Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. This could also be date and place of baptism.

Aeltje married Hendrick Hendrickson II in 1728 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Hendrick was born on 11 Nov 1706 in (P) Flatbush, Long Island, NY and died on 28 Jul 1783 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 76. Other names for Hendrick were Hendrick Henderickson and Hendrick Henderson Hendrick Hendricks.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1728. <Middletown, Monmouth, NJ.>

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 11 Nov 1706. Monmouth, Co., NJ.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 357 M    i. Henry Hendricks was born on 20 Jun 1730 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jul 178319 at age 53.

   358 M    ii. Albert Hendricks was born on 16 Jul 1732 in , Monmouth, New Jersey and died about 1792 about age 60.

Birth Notes:

Albert married Johanne Mills on 3 Jan 1755.

100. Peter Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 12 Oct 1716 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 5 Oct 1771 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 54. Another name for Peter was Pieter Albertse Covenhoven.

Peter married Willemptje Hendrickse Voorhees, daughter of \\ Voorhees and \\, on 19 May 1740 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Willemptje was born on 5 Jan 1722 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 12 Aug 1803 at age 81. Other names for Willemptje were Williampe Hendricks and Williampie Voorhis.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Possible marriage date: 19 May 1741

Children from this marriage were:

+ 359 M    i. Albert Peterse Covenhoven was born on 24 Oct 1743 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 6 Mar 1826 in Montgomery, Orange, New York at age 82.

   360 F    ii. Jannetje Peterse Covenhoven was born on 8 Jan 1747 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 13 Sep 1753 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 6.

+ 361 M    iii. Hendrick Peterse Covenhoven was born on 5 Apr 1750 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 23 Dec 1799 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 49.

+ 362 F    iv. Neeltje Peterse Covenhoven was born on 30 Oct 1754 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 7 Nov 1837 at age 83.

   363 F    v. Sarah Peterse Covenhoven was born on 7 Feb 1761 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Feb 1825 in Mineville, Essex, New York at age 64.

Sarah married Johannes De Graef on 9 Mar 1780. Another name for Johannes is Horace De Graef.

102. Garret Garrit Couenhoven was born on 16 Jun 1721 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in 1783 at age 62. Another name for Garret was Gerret Albertse Covenhoven.

Garret married Elizabeth Bannerse.

Garret next married Sarah Hendrickse Van Voorhees, daughter of \\ Voorhees and \\, on 1 Oct 1742 in Brick Church, Marlboro, NJ. Sarah was born between 1717 and 1737. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Van Vorhies.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 8 Nov 1742.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 364 M    i. Albert Gerritse Covenhoven died on 12 May 1835 in New Jersey.

104. Cornelius Albertse Couwenhoven was born on 29 Oct 1728 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jan 1802 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 73. Another name for Cornelius was Cornelius Albertse Covenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Possible date of death: 20 January 1802

Cornelius married Antje Williamse Williamson, daughter of William Aertse Williamson and Altje Pieterse Covenhoven, on 28 May 1750 in New Jersey. Antje was born on 13 Sep 1730 and died on 14 Sep 1757 at age 27. Another name for Antje was Antje Williamson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Cornelius next married Mary Logan on 12 Jul 1770 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Mary was born on 9 Aug 1748 and died on 2 May 1831 at age 82.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 365 M    i. Cornelius Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 18 May 1771 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died before Jan 1815 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   366 M    ii. John Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 1 Jun 1777 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in Apr 1783 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 5.

   367 F    iii. Sarah Cornelise Covenhoven was born in Jan 1778 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 20 Mar 1841 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 63.

Sarah married Daniel G. Hendrickson on 21 Dec 1797 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Sarah next married Gerret Albertse Covenhoven, son of Albert Gerritse Covenhoven and Sarah Bonham, about 1800 in New Jersey. Gerret was born about 1780 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

110. Garret Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 5 Nov 1716 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 9 Dec 1797 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 81. Another name for Garret was Gerret Cowenhoven.347

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

Garret married Neeltje Rolofse Schenck,347 daughter of Roelof Janse Schenck 220 and Geesie Hendricksen,220 on 12 Oct 1744 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Neeltje was born on 10 Apr 1724 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 25 Mar 1800 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 75. Another name for Neeltje was Eleanor Schenck.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.


Children from this marriage were:

   368 M    i. Jacob Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 19 Jun 1746 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 18 Oct 1825 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 79.

Jacob married Mary Hendrickse Schenck on 25 Apr 1771 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   369 M    ii. Roelof Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 8 Nov 1747 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died before 1778.

Roelof married Anna Garretse Schenck on 22 Jun 1773 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   370 F    iii. Sarah Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 3 Jul 1749 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 8 Sep 1773 at age 24.

Sarah married John Lloyd on 6 Sep 1768 in New Jersey.

   371 M    iv. Daniel Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 20 Jan 1750 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died before 10 Dec 1823 in New Jersey.

Daniel married Margaret Rezeau on 9 Feb 1786 in New Jersey.

+ 372 F    v. Gashy Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 5 Feb 1753 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   373 F    vi. Anne Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 21 May 1754 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 11 Jun 1843 at age 89.

Anne married Issac Jacobse Van Doran on 3 Jul 1784 in Hillsdale, Bergen, New Jersey.

   374 F    vii. Mary Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 5 Apr 1756 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 29 Jan 1758 at age 1.

   375 M    viii. Garret Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 15 Sep 1758 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

+ 376 M    ix. John Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 3 Apr 1760 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 11 May 1802 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 42.

   377 F    x. Mary Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 26 Sep 1767 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

112. Peter Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 29 May 1720 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey23 and died WFT Est 1753-181123 at age 33. Another name for Peter was Peter Conover Cowenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Possible place of death: Brooklyn, New York

Peter married Catherine Rolofse Schenck, daughter of Roelof Janse Schenck 220 and Geesie Hendricksen,220 on 27 Jul 1749 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Catherine was born about 21 Dec 1718 and was baptized on 21 Dec 1718.220 Another name for Catherine was Katrya Schenck.220

Children from this marriage were:

   378 M    i. Roelof Peterse Covenhoven .

   379 F    ii. Sarah Peterse Covenhoven died before 1769.

   380 F    iii. Maria Peterse Covenhoven .

Maria married Thomas Shields on 23 Mar 1788.

   381 F    iv. Antje Peterse Covenhoven died in 1761.

   382 M    v. Jacob Conover Cowenhoven 7,8 was born on 22 Sep 1750 in Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York7,8 and died on 23 Apr 1821 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey7,8 at age 70. Another name for Jacob was Jacob Peterse Covenhoven.

Jacob married Rachel Tunise Bergen,7,8 daughter of Teunis Bergen 7,8 and Johanna Stoothoff,7,8 on 10 May 1780 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York.7.,8 Rachel was born on 15 Aug 1761 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York7,8 and died on 16 Jun 1817 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey7,8 at age 55.

   383 M    vi. John Peterse Covenhoven was born on 15 Feb 1758 and died on 13 Sep 1828 in Englishtown, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 70.

General Notes: He resided in Middletown when he entered the service at the beginning of the war at age 18. He was a private (horseman) in the cavalry under Captain Benjamin Randolph and Captain Bell of Pennsylvania. He was in the Battles of Trenton (1776), Princeton (1777), Red Bank, Germantown, etc.
He moved to Freehold in 1789, afterward calling himself John M. (Middletown John) and the name of Covenhoven having of late gone entirely out of fashion, he called himself John M. Conover.

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 124, 130.

John married Ann English on 21 Aug 1783. Ann was born on 22 Aug 1764.

General Notes: Ann Conover drew a pension under act of Congress, passed June 17, 1844 at the rate of $100 per annum. She was living May 12, 1855, aged 90 years, when she made a Declaration for Bounty Land.
(Notes from the New Jersey State Pension Records.)

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 130.

114. Matthias Jacobse Covenhoven was born on 4 Mar 1725 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 22 Oct 1765 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 40. Another name for Matthias was Martin Covenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

Matthias married Williampe Williamse Covenhoven, daughter of William Cornelise Couwenhoven and Jannetje Wyckoff, on 27 Jul 1749 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Williampe was born on 24 Jul 1727 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1728-1821 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 1.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

[Source: Unknown]

Name is also spelled Williamtie, Williampteze & Williamtee. See p 110 & 111 of
Beekman's for dob and marriage license issued. She was apparently named for her
maternal grandmother, Willemptje Schenck. She may have married again. She had
mother's family Bible.


Children from this marriage were:

   384 M    i. William Matthiase Covenhoven died on 27 Oct 1829.

William married Mary Wall on 4 Nov 1779 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   385 M    ii. Jacob Matthiase Covenhoven .

   386 M    iii. Peter Matthiase Covenhoven .

   387 M    iv. Jane Matthiase Covenhoven .

   388 M    v. Matthias Matthiase Covenhoven died on 28 Sep 1842 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   389 F    vi. Williampe Matthiase Covenhoven .

Williampe married William Roope about 1782.

   390 F    vii. Sarah Matthiase Covenhoven 7,8 was born on 12 Apr 17517,8,174 and died between 1780 and 1845.7,8 Another name for Sarah was Sarah Couwenhoven.174

Sarah married Derrick Barkalow,7,8,174 son of Cornelius Barkalow 7,8,174 and Janetje Aumack,20,77 on 28 Mar 1775 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.174 Derrick was born before 7 Apr 1745 in Freehold, New Jersey,7,8 was baptized on 7 Apr 1745 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died between 1780 and 1841.7,8 Another name for Derrick was Derrick Cornelius Barcalow.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 28 Mar 1775. 7,8 Monmouth, NJ

• Alt. Marriage: 28 Mar 1777. 7,8 Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey

General Notes:

[Source: 16064.GED]

Also recorded as "Dirck".

+ 391 F    viii. Ann Matthiase Covenhoven 368 was born on 18 Sep 1764 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 6 Dec 1852 in Holland, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 88.

115. William Johnse Covenhoven was born on 25 Oct 1705 in Long Island, New York,67 died on 25 Nov 1764 in Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey67 at age 59, and was buried in Dec 1764 in Old Penn's Neck Cemetery. Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey. Other names for William were William Covenhoven and William Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 79.

BURIAL: ABT DEC 1764, Old Penn's Neck cemetery, NJ [S25]
WILL: 16 NOV 1764, Penn's Neck, Middlesex County, NJ [S25] [S49]
PROBATE: 10 APR 1765 [S25] [S49]
BAPTISM: 1711 [S406]

RESIDENCE: ABT 1708, Moved to NJ [S25]

William married Christina Cornelise Lane about 1732 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Christina was born on 16 May 1709, died on 24 Jun 1787 in Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey at age 78, and was buried on 25 Jun 1787 in Old Penn's Neck Cemetery. Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey. Other names for Christina were Catryntie Lane Sophia Lane and Sophia Christina Lane.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 79.


Children from this marriage were:

   392 M    i. Cornelius Williamse Covenhoven died in 1787 in Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey.

   393 M    ii. John Williamse Covenhoven died before 17 Oct 1815 in West Windsor Township, Middlesex, New Jersey.

John married Tindall about 1770.

   394 M    iii. William Williamse Covenhoven was born on 23 Jun 1738 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died before 10 Sep 1778 in New Jersey.

William married Lydia Baylis about 1758.

+ 395 M    iv. Hermanus Williamse Covenhoven was born on 5 Jun 1740 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 4 Jan 1804 in West Windsor Township, Middlesex, New Jersey at age 63.

+ 396 M    v. Peter Covenhoven was born on 18 Oct 1743 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 20 Aug 1831 in South Amboy, Middlesex, New Jersey at age 87.

   397 M    vi. Gilbert Williamse Covenhoven was born about 1745 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

Gilbert married Rebecca Chambers about 1765.

   398 F    vii. Mary Williamse Covenhoven was born about 1746 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

Mary married Jacob Roelofse Schenck.

Mary next married John Slayback about 1760.

   399 M    viii. Jacob Williamse Covenhoven was born about 1746 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

Jacob married Jacomyntje Williamson, daughter of Aert Elbertse Williamson and Mary Vanderveer, on 13 Dec 1787 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Jacomyntje was born in 1750. Another name for Jacomyntje was Jemima Williamson.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

   400 M    ix. Dominicus Williamse Covenhoven was born about 1747 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died before 6 Dec 1806 in South Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey.

Dominicus married Unknown Mershon about 1770.

   401 F    x. Jacoba Williamse Covenhoven was born about 1753 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

117. Cornelius Johnse Covenhoven was born about 1712 in Charleston, Montgomery, New York and died on 17 Apr 1804 in Charleston, Montgomery, New York67 about age 92. Other names for Cornelius were Cornelius Covenhoven and Cornelius Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 79.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 6 Apr 1712.

• Fact 1: 6 Apr 1712. New Jersey

Cornelius married Hannah Schenck.77 Hannah was born about 1720.

Children from this marriage were:

   402 M    i. John Cornelius Covenhoven was born about 1742 in New Jersey.

   403 M    ii. William Cornelius Covenhoven was born about 1744 in Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey and died in 1815 in Montgomery, Orange, New York about age 71.

William married Catherine Dey. Catherine was born in New Jersey and died in 1800 in Adair, Kentucky.

William next married Hannah Stout on 25 Aug 1764 in New Jersey.

   404 M    iii. Peter Cornelius Covenhoven was born about 1746 in New Jersey.

   405 M    iv. Cornelius Cornelius Covenhoven was born about 1750 in New Jersey.

   406 M    v. Jacob Cornelius Covenhoven was born about 1756 in New Jersey.

Jacob married Maria Clement on 10 Sep 1778 in Fonda, Montgomery, New York.

   407 F    vi. Jannetje Cornelius Covenhoven was born about 1757 in New Jersey.

Jannetje married William Hall on 2 Feb 1775 in Fonda, Montgomery, New York.

+ 408 M    vii. Abraham Cornelius Covenhoven was born about Feb 1758 in New Jersey and died before 28 Aug 1844.

   409 M    viii. Issac Cornelius Covenhoven was born about Feb 1758 in New Jersey and died on 20 Sep 1845 in Montgomery, Orange, New York about age 87.

Issac married Christina Marlatt.

Issac next married Ruth Frisbe about 1777.

120. Jan Johnse Covenhoven was born before 12 Apr 1719 in New Jersey,111 was baptized on 12 Apr 1719 in New Jersey,111 and died after 24 Feb 1778 in Berkeley, Virginia.111 Other names for Jan were John Covenhoven, John Covenhoven, and Jan Van Kouwenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 15 Aug. 111 New Jersey

• Alt. Birth: 1719. 111

• Alt. Birth: 5 Apr 1719. 67

• Alt. Death: 18 Mar 1778. 111 West Virginia

Jan married \\.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 410 M    i. John Covenhoven 77 was born in 1743 in NJ77 and died about 180477 about age 61.

Jan next married Lydia Pridemore 77 about 1743.67 Lydia was born about 1730 in New Jersey111 and died in Possibly In Union, South Carolina.111 Other names for Lydia were Lydia Predmore and77 Lydia Pridmore Lydia Pregmore.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 14 Aug 1752. 67

Children from this marriage were:

   411 M    i. William Covenhoven 67 was born in 1752 in Virginia67 and died in 1834 in Indiana67 at age 82. Another name for William was William Van Kouwenhoven.67

+ 412 M    ii. Benjamin Covenhoven 67,111 was born between 1753 and 1755 in New Jersey111 and died about 1815 in St. Clair, Illinois.111

+ 413 M    iii. Joseph Covenhoven 67 was born on 17 Nov 1759 in New Jersey67 and died about 1836 in Tennessee67 about age 77.

   414 F    iv. Ann Covenhoven 67 was born about 176267 and died in 1792 in Kentucky67 about age 30.

   415 M    v. Daniel Covenhoven 67 was born on 13 Jun 1763 in New Jersey67 and died on 29 Jul 1844 in Arkansas67 at age 81.

   416 F    vi. Ruth Covenhoven 67 was born about 1764 in New Jersey67 and died on an unknown date in Maryland.67

   417 F    vii. Betty Covenhoven 67 was born about 1766.67

   418 F    viii. Polly Covenhoven 67 was born about 1768 in New Jersey67 and died about 183767 about age 69. Another name for Polly was Mary Covenhoven.

121. Gerret Johnse Covenhoven was born on 27 Apr 1726 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey67 and died on 1 Nov 1812 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey67 at age 86. Other names for Gerret were Gerret Covenhoven and Gerrit Van Kouwenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 27 Apr 1726. 67

• Alt. Death: 1 Nov 1812. 67

Gerret married Antje Peterse Schenck. Another name for Antje is Altje Schenck.

Gerret next married Neeltje Benjaminese Van Meter in 1748 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Neeltje was born on 8 Sep 1730 in New Jersey and died on 31 Jul 1784 in New Jersey at age 53. Another name for Neeltje was Neltje Van Mater.

Children from this marriage were:

   419 F    i. Jacoba Gerritse Covenhoven was born on 10 Sep 1749 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died before 1812.

Jacoba married Cyrenius Benjaminse Van Mater on 6 Apr 1766 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

+ 420 M    ii. Benjamin Gerritse Covenhoven was born on 25 Jan 1753 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 10 Sep 1801 at age 48.

   421 F    iii. Catherine Gerritse Covenhoven was born in 1755 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Catherine married Samuel Obadiah Buckalew on 26 Jan 1775 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   422 M    iv. Johannes Gerritse Covenhoven was born on 1 Sep 1766 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Aug 1775 at age 8.

+ 423 M    v. Gerrit Gerritse Covenhoven I was born on 28 Sep 1770 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 15 Oct 1851 in Saegertown, Crawford, Pennsylvania at age 81.

123. Dominicus Johnse Covenhoven was born about 1730 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jun 1778 in Middlesex, New Jersey about age 48. Other names for Dominicus were Dominicus Covenhoven and Dominicus Van Kouwenhoven.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

In the records of the Freehold-Middletown Dutch church there is a baptism, under the date of June 7, 1724, of an unnamed child of John and Jacoba Covenhoven and most researchers believe this entry applies to Dominicus.

During the Revolutionary War, he served as a Private in Captain Robert Nixon's Troop of Light Horse, Middlesex County Militia for 3 months ending July 28, 1777.

Death came to Dominicus a few days before the Battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778. While doing some plowing in a field, a heavy thunderstorm came up. He had taken shelter under a large tree, which was struck by a bolt of lightning, killing him and also his horses. His four soldier sons had been given leave of absence from the army to attend their father's funeral and so they escaped the fury of that battle. In his will, dated April 18, 1778 and proved July 23, 1778, Dominicus Covenhoven of Windsor Township, yeoman, mentioned his wife Mary and five sons John, William, Garret, Levi and Peter. The executors were his wife and sons John and William, and it was witnessed by Moses Groom, Elisha Cook, and William Slayback (NJA:34:111).

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 79.
2) "Conover - Pioneers and Pilgrims", by Elizabeth Conover Kelley. Pgs. 382-383.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1730.

• Alt. Death: 28 Jun 1778. Windsor Township, NJ

Dominicus married Mary Updike 77 about 1747 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 79.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 424 M    i. John Dominicus Covenhoven was born in 1752 in New Jersey and died in 1792 in Windsor, Mercer, New Jersey at age 40.

+ 425 M    ii. William Dominicus Covenhoven was born on 1 Apr 1753 in New Jersey and died on 11 Dec 1823 in Bloomsbury, New Jersey at age 70.

+ 426 M    iii. Garrett Dominicus Conover was born on 21 Mar 1756 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 28 Mar 1826 in Columbia, Adair, Kentucky at age 70.

+ 427 M    iv. Levi Dominicus Conover was born on 10 Oct 1757 in Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 1 Jan 1837 in Adair, Kentucky at age 79.

+ 428 M    v. Peter Dominicus Conover was born on 9 Feb 1769 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 17 May 1835 in Morgan, Illinois at age 66.

124. Elbert Aertse Williamson was born WFT Est 1700-1726 in An Unknown Location and died about 1799 about age 99.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

Elbert married Mary.

The child from this marriage was:

   429 M    i. John Elbertse Williamson .

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

126. William Aertse Williamson was born on 18 Feb 1709 and died on 22 Apr 1788 at age 79.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs.10, 186.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Possible date of birth: 10 February 1708/1709

• Fact 2: 3 May 1788. Burial date?

William married Altje Pieterse Covenhoven, daughter of Pieter Willemse Van Kouwenhoven 77 and Patience Daws,77,194 on 16 Jan 1730. Altje was born on 21 May 1705 and died on 16 Nov 1797 at age 92. Another name for Altje was Altje Conover Aeltje Conover.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 80.
2) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 10, 186.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 63)

128. Aeltje Williamson 21,175 was born in 171421 and died WFT Est 1756-1809 at age 42. Other names for Aeltje were Aeltje Willemsen,21 and175 Aeltje Aertse Williamson.

General Notes:

[Van Borckeloo.FTW]

Also recorded as Aeltje Williamson.

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185, 196.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1715. 21

Aeltje married Willem Barkalow,174 son of Dirck Barkalow 21 and Jannetje Cornelisse Van Arsdalen,35 on 2 Dec 1737.7.,8.,21 Willem was born between 1713 and 1714,174 was baptized on 16 Jan 1714 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died on 8 Aug 1766 in Upper Freehold, New Jersey.7,8 Other names for Willem were William Barcalow,174 Willam Barkalow,174 Wilm Barkalow,77 Willem Barkelo William Barcalow, William Barkelow 7., and8

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185, 196.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1714. 174 Marlboro, New Jersey

• Alt. Birth: Bef 16 Jan 1714. 174 Freehold, New Jersey

• Baptism: 15 Jan 1714. 77

• Alt. Death: 1766. 7,8 Upper Freehold, New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

   430 M    i. David Barcalow .

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   431 F    ii. Jannetje Barcalow 7,8 was born in 1738 and died on an unknown date.7,8 Another name for Jannetje was Jannetje Barkelo.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

+ 432 M    iii. Aert Barkalow was born on 8 Jul 1740 and died on 27 Jun 1801 in Kentucky at age 60.

+ 433 M    iv. Derrick Barcalow 7,8 was born on 19 Apr 1754175 and died on 10 Nov 1803175 at age 49.

129. Eleanor Aertse Williamson was born in 1720 and died on 6 Nov 1771 at age 51. Another name for Eleanor was Neltje Aertse Williamson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185, 196.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 6: 16 Oct 1720.

Eleanor married Peter Forman on 28 Dec 1742. Peter was born on 10 May 1718 and died on 8 Sep 1785 at age 67.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185, 196.


Children from this marriage were:

   434 M    i. Jonathan Forman .

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   435 M    ii. Samuel P. Forman .

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   436 F    iii. Anna Forman .

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

Anna married Michael Sweetman.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   437 F    iv. Jane Forman .

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

Jane married Henderson Sweetman.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   438 F    v. Mary Forman .

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

Mary married Elisha Walton.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   439 F    vi. Margaret Forman was born in 1743 and died in 1767 at age 24.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   440 M    vii. William Forman was born on 26 Aug 1751 and died on 31 Jan 1823 at age 71.

William married Francinde Hendrickson. Francinde was born in 1759 and died on 19 Jun 1815 at age 56.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   441 F    viii. Eleanor Forman was born in 1755 and died on 21 Aug 1823 at age 68.

Eleanor married William Benjaminse Covenhoven, son of Benjamin Williamse Covenhoven and Catherine Garretse Wyckoff, on 1 Jan 1774. William was born on 3 Jun 1752 and died on 15 Aug 1807 at age 55.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 59, 196.

   442 M    ix. Peter Forman was born in 1756 and died in 1771 at age 15.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   443 F    x. Helena Forman was born in 1759.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 196.

Helena married Tunis Vanderveer.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

   444 F    xi. Lydia Forman was born on 31 Jan 1762 and died on 15 Feb 1840 at age 78.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 59, 196.

Lydia married Garret Benjaminse Covenhoven, son of Benjamin Williamse Covenhoven and Catherine Garretse Wyckoff. Garret was born on 31 Jan 1761 and died on 18 Dec 1824 at age 63.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 59, 196.

130. David Aertse Williamson was born in 1721 and died on 24 Apr 1766 at age 45.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 21 May 1766.

David married Geertje Hendrickse Voorhees, daughter of \\ Voorhees and \\. Geertje died on 13 Oct 1784.

Children from this marriage were:

   445 M    i. Aert Davidse Williamson was born on 15 Feb 1747 and died on 21 Oct 1784 at age 37.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Aert married Caroline Henderson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

+ 446 M    ii. Hendrick Davidse Williamson was born on 16 Feb 1749, was baptized on 27 Mar 1749, and died on 28 Oct 1813 at age 64.

+ 447 M    iii. William Davidse Williamson was born on 20 Sep 1750.

   448 F    iv. Jannetje Davidse Williamson was born on 24 Nov 1752 and died on 10 May 1824 at age 71. Another name for Jannetje was Jane Williamson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

   449 F    v. Antje Davidse Williamson was born on 22 Jan 1755 and died on 13 Feb 1755. Another name for Antje was Anne Williamson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

   450 F    vi. Sarah Davidse Williamson was born on 30 May 1757 and died on 31 Jan 1849 at age 91.

General Notes: Anne and Sarah were originally buried at Wyckoff Hill Cemetery, but have since been removed.

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

134. William Willemse Covenhoven was born on 22 Jan 1713 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died in 1747 at age 34. Another name for William was Willem Kowenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Bef 10 Dec 1757.

William married Margaret Gerretse Schenck,351 daughter of Gerret Roelofsen Schenk 79 and Neeltje Coertse Van Voorhees,79 about 1735. Margaret was born before 17 Apr 1715.351

Children from this marriage were:

   451 M    i. Willem Kowenhoven Jr. died after 10 Dec 1757.

   452 F    ii. Sarah Kowenhoven died before 10 Dec 1757.

136. Luke Couwenhoven 8,79 was born on 7 Jun 1716 in Flatbush, Long Island, New York8,79 and died in 1777 in Windsor, Mercer, New Jersey at age 61. Other names for Luke were Luke Willemse Covenhoven and Luke Kowenhoven.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 3 Jun 1716. 8,79 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Birth: 7 Jun 1716. 8,79 Flatbush, Long Island

Luke married Elizabeth Johnson 8,79 on 26 Oct 1739 in New Jersey. Elizabeth was born about 1716 in Somerset, New Jersey.

Children from this marriage were:

   453 M    i. Garret Lukse Covenhoven died in Nov 1785 in Windsor, Mercer, New Jersey.

Garret married Lametje Bergen about 1777.

   454 M    ii. Luke Lukse Covenhoven died on 14 Sep 1783 in New Jersey.

Luke married Martha Bergen on 17 Nov 1774 in New Jersey.

   455 M    iii. William Lukse Covenhoven was born about 1740 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

   456 F    iv. Ann Lukse Covenhoven was born about 1741 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died after 1784.

Ann married William Danielse Voorhees about 1747.

   457 F    v. Elizabeth Lukse Covenhoven was born about 1744 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died after 1778 in New Amersfoort, New York.

Elizabeth married Jacob C. Bergen.

   458 M    vi. Rutgert Lukse Covenhoven was born about 1750 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 5 Jan 1809 in East Windsor Township, Mercer, New Jersey about age 59.

Rutgert married Lammetie Coertse Voorhees about 1770.

   459 F    vii. Eve Lukse Covenhoven was born about 1757.

138. Annetje Couwenhoven 8,79 was born on 21 Mar 1720 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 18 Aug 1739 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York at age 19. Another name for Annetje was Annetje Willemse Covenhoven.


Annetje married Jan Gerretse Schenck, son of Gerret Roelofsen Schenk 79 and Neeltje Coertse Van Voorhees,79 on 22 Nov 1737. Jan was born on 7 Dec 1717 in Holmdel, New Jersey,8,79 died on 13 Feb 1775 in Pleasant Valley, New Jersey8,79 at age 57, and was buried after 13 Feb 1775 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.90 Other names for Jan were John Schenck, John Schenk 8. and79

General Notes:

Bergen, p. 250, gives totally different wives for this Jan:

Jan of Penn's Neck, b. Apl. 19, 1721, m. 1st Cath. dau. of Wm Kouwenhoven of Flds, m. 2d Angenietje dau. of Nich. Van Brunt, d. Aug. 21, 1786.

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[Source: findagrave.com]

John Garretse Schenck

Birth: Dec. 7, 1717
Pleasant Valley
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Feb. 13, 1775
Pleasant Valley
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA

IMPORTANT NOTE: This memorial is based on information provided in Beekman's "Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County." I have not yet been able to verify that this grave still exists.

John is sometimes called Jan, the original Dutch name, shared with his uncle Jan Roelofse Schenck and great-uncle Jan Martense Schenck.

thom healy's original memorial only included a name, "John Schenck," and a death date of Feb. 18, no year given. We assume this memorial was for John Garretse Schenck.

Family links:
Parents:
Garret Roelofse Schenck (1671 - 1745)
Neeltje Coertse Van Voorhees Schenck (1676 - 1750)

Spouses:
Mary Johnson Schenck (1715 - 1767)*
Catharine Holmes Schenck (____ - 1796)*

Children:
Garret Schenck (1742 - 1810)*
Neeltje Schenck (1746 - 1749)*
Mary Schenck Mershon (1749 - 1807)*

Siblings:
Roelof Garretse Schenck (1697 - 1768)*
Koert Garretse Schenck (1702 - 1771)*
Garret Garretse Schenck (1712 - 1757)*
John Garretse Schenck (1717 - 1775)

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
John Schenck. b. Dec. 7, 1717: died Feb. 18, 1775, aged 57 y., 2 m., 11 d. Son of Garret R. Schenck, I., and Nelke [sic] Voorheese.
[note: above is from Beekman's "Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County"]

Note: The death date is from DK Conover's Conover family genealogy site. It doesn't match the headstone inscription provided by Beekman, above. For now we're going with what DK Conover has.

Burial:
Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery
Holmdel
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA

Maintained by: Garret Schenck
Originally Created by: thom healy
Record added: Jul 24, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39831905


The child from this marriage was:

   460 M    i. Joseph Schenk 8,79 was born between 1737 and 1775.

Joseph married Margaret Couwenhoven,8.,79 daughter of William Willemse Couwenhoven 8,79,112 and Annetje Lucase Van Voorhees.

139. Catalyn Willemse Covenhoven was born on 1 Apr 1722 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died before 10 Dec 1757.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: Bef Dec 1757.

Catalyn married Albert Gerretse Schenck, son of Gerret Roelofsen Schenk 79 and Neeltje Coertse Van Voorhees,79 about 1745 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 81.


Children from this marriage were:

   461 F    i. \\ Schenck died after 10 Dec 1757.

   462 F    ii. \\ Schenck died after 10 Dec 1757.

   463 F    iii. \\ Schenck died after 10 Dec 1757.

141. Garret Willemse Covenhoven was born on 11 Nov 1726 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 23 Sep 1777 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York at age 50. Other names for Garret were Garret Willemse Covenhoven Garret Cowenhowen, Gerret Kouwenhoven, and Garrit Kowenhoven.

General Notes:

[Source: New York City Wills, 1777-83]

Page 106.--"In the name of God, Amen, September 13, 1777. I, GARRIT KOWENHOVEN, of Flatlands, in Kings County, being weak in body. My wife Antie is to remain on my farm during the time she remains my widow, and to have all the profits to bring up my children. And she is to pay to each of my daughters, viz., Eidah, Seitie, Abigail, and Janettie, each œ150 when of age or married. My executors are to pay to my sons, Peter, William, Gerritt, and Luke, each œ60 as an outset when married or of age, and to each 3 cows, Peter excepted. If my son Peter shall have occasion to come home, he and his mother shall farm together, and if my son William shall marry and live with them, they shall farm together. If my wife Antie marries, she shall have œ100. I leave to my sons, William and Peter, all my lands and meadows and buildings on the south side of Bestovers Kill, equally. I leave to my son Gerritt the land commonly called Steenbackheny, except 1/2 of the woodland lying on the northwest side thereof. The west side joins the road from Flatlands to Flatlands Neck, from thence to a certain brush fence, called the Molleheining, running from a small swamp to a Big Swamp, and so with a straight line through the middle of the Big Swamp, to Crane Vly; And likewise the equal half of a lot of salt meadow lying between Denisha Denyse and Johanes Ditmars; And also 1/2 of a lot of salt meadow in New Utrecht meadows. I leave to my son Luke my land called Plantase, and 1/2 the woodland lying on the north-west side of Steinbacken, and 1/2 the lot of salt meadow between Denisha Denyse and Johanes Ditmars, and 1/2 of a lot of salt meadows lying in New Utrecht meadows. I leave to my four sons a piece of land called Fessenhoek, lying on the east side of the Big Swamp, and from the Swamp down south to an old ditch, which runs up east to the salt meadows. I leave to my four sons, a piece of fresh and salt meadow and low land, lying on the south and west side of Fessenhoek, against Bestovers Kill; Also two lots of woodland in Flatbush Neck woods, one lot of 40 acres and one lot of 6 acres. I leave to my son Gerritt œ100 for a building at Steinbacken. To my son Luke œ150 for a building at Plantase, the wood for the buildings to be taken out of my woods. My four sons shall each pay to my five daughters œ300. When my youngest child is of age, my wife Antie is to have one room for her to live in, and two cows and free planting in the Garden, and two negro wenches to serve her, and œ30 a year. And each son is to pay her one bushel of corn, rye, and wheat yearly. I leave to my son Peter for his birthright, all my Patentee right in the Commons and undivided lands in Flatbush, which my father William Kowenhoven, did make over to me, and which he received from his father William Gerrittse Van Kowenhoven, by a certain Instrument, dated July 28, 1727. I leave all my personal estate to all my children, and I make Nicholas Schenck, John Remsen, Peter Kowenhoven, and William Kowenhoven, executors."

Witnesses, Abraham Voorhees, Peter Wyckoff, Johanes Ditmars. Proved, January 15, 1778.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Between 13 Sep 1777 and 15 Jan 1778.

Garret married Antje Lefferts,369 daughter of Pieter Van Houghwout 369 and Eyte Suydam,370,371,372 on 1 May 1748 in Flatbush Dutch Church, Brooklyn, New York.23 Antje was born on 12 May 1728 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died on 9 Mar 1782 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York110 at age 53. Other names for Antje were Antie and Antje Peterse Lefferts.369

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 7 May 1748.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 12 May 1728.

• Alt. Death: After 13 Sep 1777.

Children from this marriage were:

   464 F    i. Antje Garretse Covenhoven was born on 3 Aug 1751110 and died before 1777 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.

Antje married Peter Michaelse Vandervoort on 3 Sep 1771 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.

+ 465 M    ii. Peter Garretse Covenhoven was born on 25 Sep 1753,110 was baptized on 7 Oct 1753 in Flatlands, New York,23 and died on 27 May 1787 in Flatlands, New York373 at age 33.

   466 F    iii. Ida Couenhoven 374 was born on 17 Jan 1756110 and died after 11 May 1778. Other names for Ida were Ida Garretse Covenhoven, Eidah Kowenhoven, and Ida Kowenhoven.110

Ida married Hendrick Suydam 110,374 on 11 May 1778 in New York.374 Another name for Hendrick was Hendrick Hendrickse Suydam.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: New York Marriages, 1600-1784]

Spouse 1 Spouse 2 Marriage Date Record Volume OSPage
Ida Couenhoven Hendrick Suydam 11 May 1778 M. B. XXV 78

+ 467 M    iv. William Kouwenhoven 373 was born on 29 Mar 1758 in Flatlands Neck, Brooklyn, New York110 and died on 7 Apr 1825 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York23 at age 67.

   468 M    v. Garret Garretse Covenhoven was born on 21 Feb 1761 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York373 and died on 31 Jul 1784 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York373 at age 23. Another name for Garret was Gerritt Kowenhoven. He had no relationships and no children.

   469 F    vi. Seitje Garretse Covenhoven was born on 30 Jun 1763 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York373 and died on 1 Apr 1837 at age 73. Another name for Seitje was Seitie Kowenhoven.

Seitje married Jeremiah Abrahamse Remsen on 18 Apr 1783 in New York.

+ 470 M    vii. Luke Kouwenhoven 113 was born on 8 Jun 1766373 and died on 22 Oct 1853 in New York at age 87.

   471 F    viii. Abigail Garretse Covenhoven was born on 1 Jun 1768373 and died on 27 Jan 1795 at age 26. Another name for Abigail was Abigail Kowenhoven.

Abigail married Johannes Lott.373

   472 F    ix. Jannetje Garretse Covenhoven was born on 14 Apr 1771373 and died after 13 Sep 1777. Another name for Jannetje was Janettie Kowenhoven.

Jannetje married Abraham De Bevoice on 23 Oct 1790 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York. Another name for Abraham was Abraham Debevoise.373

144. David Elbertse Williamson .

David married Femmetje Swart on 5 Dec 1745.

Children from this marriage were:

   473 M    i. Elbert Davidse Williamson was born in 1746.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Elbert married Mary Johnson on 4 Feb 1795.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

   474 M    ii. Tunis Davidse Williamson was born in 1749.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

Tunis married Garrabant.

Tunis next married Mary.

   475 F    iii. Jacomyntje Davidse Williamson was born in 1752.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 187.

   476 F    iv. Jacomina Davidse Williamson was born in 1754.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

   477 M    v. Willem Davidse Williamson was born in 1754.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 187.

   478 M    vi. William Davidse Williamson was born in 1757.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

   479 M    vii. John Davidse Williamson was born in 1759.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 187.

   480 F    viii. Catherine Davidse Williamson was born in 1761.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.

   481 M    ix. Cornelius Davidse Williamson was born in 1764 and died on 23 Feb 1807 at age 43.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 187.

Cornelius married Deborah Hageman. Deborah died on 14 Aug 1793.

Cornelius next married Elizabeth Errickson on 30 Apr 1797 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 187.
2) Monmouth County, New Jersey Marriage Records.

   482 F    x. Jannetje Davidse Williamson was born in 1767.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 187.

145. William Elbertse Williamson was born about 1713 and died in 1774 about age 61.

William married Antje Voorhees, daughter of Johanes Van Voorhees 375 and Barbara Van Dyke,376 on 19 Dec 1739. Antje was born in 1722 and died WFT Est 1751-1816 at age 29.

Children from this marriage were:

   483 M    i. Elbert Williamse Williamson was born in 1742.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

   484 F    ii. Sarah Williamse Williamson was born on 15 Jun 1745 and died before 1770.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

Sarah married Barnes I. Smock on 27 May 1766. Barnes was born on 5 Oct 1738 and died in 1829 at age 91.

   485 M    iii. Johannes Williamse Williamson was born in 1747.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

+ 486 M    iv. John Williamson was born about 1748 in New Jersey and died in 1800 about age 52.

   487 F    v. Jacomyntje Williamse Williamson was born in 1752.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

146. Elbert Elbertse Williamson was born in 1724.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

Elbert married Willemtje Schenck on 6 Dec 1752 in New Jersey. Willemtje was born in 1735 and died about 1759 about age 24.

General Notes:
Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 6 Apr 1735.

Children from this marriage were:

   488 M    i. Aert Elbertse Williamson was born in 1753.

General Notes:
Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

   489 M    ii. Petrus Elbertse Williamson was born in 1755.

General Notes:
Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

   490 F    iii. Jacomintje Elbertse Williamson was born in 1756.

General Notes:
Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

+ 491 F    iv. Jane Elbertse Williamson was born in 1758 and died on 28 Jan 1845 at age 87.

147. Aert Elbertse Williamson was born in 1727.

Aert married Mary Vanderveer on 31 Jan 1746.

Children from this marriage were:

   492 F    i. Cornelius Aertse Williamson was born in 1747.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

   493 F    ii. Jacomyntje Williamson was born in 1750. Another name for Jacomyntje was Jemima Williamson.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185.

Jacomyntje married Jacob Williamse Covenhoven, son of William Johnse Covenhoven and Christina Cornelise Lane, on 13 Dec 1787 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Jacob was born about 1746 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

150. Ida Monfort 246,247,248 was born about 1715 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York,49 was baptized on 31 Jul 1715 in Jamaica Reformed Dutch Church, Queens Co., Long Island, NY,242,243 and died after May 1771 in York, , Pennsylvania.249 Other names for Ida were Ydatie Monfoort,246 and247 Eyda Monfort.248

General Notes:

NOTE: I have something wrong here. Ida supposedly married Abraham Brinckerhoff AND David Van Duyn but there must be a mistake somewhere. Ida definitely married David Van Duyn as indicated in her father's will and she was still married to him when he wrote his will in 1769.. Therefore, her supposed marriage to Abraham Brinckerhoff is in error. It was another Ida Monfort who married Abraham of Newtown.

-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 17 May 2015

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[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, MARY CASSATT ANCESTRY.FTW]

Christening entry in the Parish Registers of the Dutch Reformed Church at Jamaica, Long Island, NY:

Date Person Sponsors
Christened

"31 Jul 1715 Ydatie Jan Montfoort, Yda Montfoort."

The identities of the sponsors are invaluable in assembling family groups. In this case the sponsors are Ydatie's paternal grandparents.

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F. Sisser, The Monfoort Family of NY & NJ, gives Yda's birth data as abt 1715, at Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY?

"Ydatie" was the name given her at her christening.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1707. 49

• Alt. Birth: Between 1720 and 1769. 8,79,150

• Alt. Birth: 1731. 8,79,150 Newton, Long Island

• Alt. Christening: 31 Jul 1715. 49 Jamaica Dutch Church

• Alt. Christening: 29 Aug 1729. 97

• Comment: Was this the "Eyda Monfort" who married Joris Brinkerhoff in 1753 in New York?

• Fact 1: Name also spelled as Yda and Ydatie

• Fact 2: 249 Sisser: Gives date of birth "about 1715"

• Fact 3: Monfoort.txt - Ancestors of Ryan Michaud - name spelled as Yda

• Fact 4: Monfoort.txt - Ancestors of Ryan Michaud - spouse David Van Duin abt 1736

Ida married David Van Duin,49,247,249 son of Denys Van Duyn 379 and Maria Huyken, about 1736.49.,377.,378 David was born about 1709 in Three Mile Run, Somerset, New Jersey49 and died about 1795 in York, , Pennsylvania49 about age 86. Other names for David were David Van Dayn,49,247,249 David Van Duine, David Van Duyn David Vanduyn, David Van Duyne 49,247., and249

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, MARY CASSATT ANCESTRY.FTW]

Circumstantial evidence for the status of David VAN DUYN and Yda MONFOORT as a married couple is found in this church christening record:

"DEC 10, 1746 - Joost Schamp and Kniertje Monfoort-- Annaetje
(witnessed by David Van Duyn and Yda Monfoort)."

General Notes:

[Source: Abstracts of York Co, PA, Wills, 1749 - 1819, page 143]

January 16, 1769 October 8, 1795
Vanduyn, David. Executors: David Cassart and George Williamson. York County.
Wife: Ida Vandeyne.
Children: David, Sarah m. David Cassart, Cassar m. George Williamson and Mary m. (husband's name omitted).
Grandchildren: David, Nelly, Ida and Maria (children of Mary - their last name not recorded).

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: David and Ida had five children.

• Alt. Birth: 1709. 49

• Alt. Death: Bef 8 Oct 1795. 380 probably in York County, Pennsylvania

Children from this marriage were:

+ 494 F    i. Maria Van Duin 49,249 was born in 1737,381 was baptized on 29 May 1737,382 and died after Jan 1769.

+ 495 F    ii. Sarah Van Duin 49,381 was born in 1740,381 was baptized on 25 Dec 1740 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,377,383,384,385 died on 27 Apr 1800 in (Probably) Adams, Pennsylvania386 at age 60, and was buried after 27 Apr 1800 in Conewago (Low Dutch Graveyard) (also known as Northern Low Dutch Cemetery or Osborn's Cemetery), about four Miles From Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania.386

   496 M    iii. Denys Van Duin 381 was born in 1743,381 was baptized on 1 Jan 1744,49 and died in Jan 176949 at age 26. Other names for Denys were Denis Van Duin, Dennis Van Duin, and381 Dennis Van Duyn.387

Denys married Mary \\.49.,381 Mary was born between 1760 and 1761,381 died on 19 Feb 1810 in (Probably) Adams, Pennsylvania,387 and was buried in Low Dutch Cemetary about 2 miles from Hunterstown, Adams County, PA.381

Burial Notes:

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 387 Age at death was 49 years

• Alt. Death: 19 Feb 1810. 381

+ 497 F    iv. Kezia Van Duin 49,381 was born about 1745,381 was baptized on 25 Aug 1745,49 and died in May 177049 about age 25.

151. Jan Monfoort 49 was born in 1717 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York,250 was baptized on 28 Jul 1717 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 died on 4 May 1777 in York, , Pennsylvania49,251 at age 60, and was buried about 4 May 1777 in Low Dutch Cemetery (Southern), Conewago Township, Adams, Pennsylvania.90 Other names for Jan were Jan Monfoort John Monfoort, Jan Monfort, John Monfoort,33 John Monfort,13,49,388,389,390 John Montfort 49., and391

General Notes:

[Source: Monfort Family 12_99.FTW]

Jan's great uncle Pieter appears to have been the first to use the name alternately spelled as Monfort (e.g., on his will according to Sisser (p. 33)

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[Source: Montfort Genealogy, Carol Ann Lembke McKee, 1981]

"Peter Monfoort - (son of Peter) was baptised July 28, 1717; married Kniertje Marsten. He emigrated from New Jersey to Adams Co. about 1765. Organized church at Conowaga, three miles south of Gettysburg; church had about 150 members: Monfoorts, Cassatts, Bantas, Westerveets. About 1781-1793 some moved away, or joined Presbyterian Church. Died May 4, 1777"

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[Source: York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819

Surname: Monfort
Given Name: John
Title:
Description: Decedent
Residence: York Co.
Date: 8 Mar 1777
Prove Date: 26 Jun 1777
Remarks: Monfort, John. Mar. 8, 1777. Executors: Peter Francis, John and Larence Monfort. York County. Wife: Cneartie Monfort. Children: Peter, Francis, John, Larence, and Mary

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[Source: Egle's Notes and Queries of Pennsylvania, 1700s - 1800s, Fourth Series Volume 1, Notes and Queries - LXV, page 183]

MONFORT-CASSAT.--John Monfort, son of Peter Monfort, b. in 1717; died May 4, 1777. He had four sons:
i. Peter, b. July 4, 1744.
ii. Francis, b. July 10, 1746.
iii. John, b. Dec. 24, 1750.
iv. Lawrence, b. March 3, 1753.
It is traditional that Lawrence and two of his brothers served in the Revolutionary War. Allied to this family were the Cassats:
i. David, b. April 11, 1743.
ii. Peter b. April 30, 1746.
iii. Jacob, b. April 21, 1751.

Information is desired concerning the services of any of the foregoing in the War for Independence.

E. R. M. Cincinnati, 0.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1720 and 1769.

• Comment 1: 388 Jan is listed as the first son of Pieter and Margrietje Monfoort

• Will: 8 Mar 1777. 389 York County, Pennsylvania

• Will Proved: 26 Jun 1777. 389 York County, Pennsylvania

Jan married Kniertje Marston,13 daughter of Francis Marston 392,393 and Maria Haff,394,395 on 28 Mar 1743.49 Kniertje was born in 1716 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,134 was baptized on 16 Mar 1716 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,49 and died on 19 Mar 1777 in York, , Pennsylvania49,134 at age 61. Other names for Kniertje were Kniertje Marsten,49 Conertie Marston,392 Catharine Martin, and390 Cneartie Monfort.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Comment: Barbara Whiteside: Jan and Kniertje were cousins

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: 16 Mar 1716. McKee: Baptism 16 March 1716

• Fact 2: Sisser: Kniertje was Jan's cousin and wife

• Fact 3: 134 Barbara Whiteside: Baptism 16 March 1716 at Jamaica, Long Island, NY

Children from this marriage were:

+ 498 M    i. Peter Monfort 49,154 was born about 1744, was baptized on 5 Aug 1744 in Readington Reformed Church, Readington, , New Jersey, and died on 6 Aug 1825 in Mountjoy Township, Adams, Pennsylvania about age 81.

+ 499 M    ii. Francis Monfort 49,396,397 was born on 10 Jul 1746 in New Jersey,49 died on 2 Apr 1825 in , Henry, Kentucky49 at age 78, and was buried after 2 Apr 1825 in Mud Meeting House Cemetery, Harrodsburg, Mercer, Kentucky.90

   500 F    iii. Grietje Monfort 49 was born about 1748, was baptized on 29 Sep 1748,49 and died on 7 Nov 175049 about age 2.

+ 501 M    iv. John Monfort 49,398,399 was born on 24 Dec 1750,49 died on 9 Mar 1838 in Straban Township, York (now Adams), Pennsylvania387 at age 87, and was buried about 9 Mar 1838 in Buried Beside His Wife In Low Dutch Cemetery, Conewago (Near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania).398

+ 502 M    v. Lawrence Monfort 49,398,400,401 was born on 23 Mar 1753 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 was baptized on 22 Apr 1753 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 died on 4 Jul 1830 in Warren, Ohio49 at age 77, and was buried in 1830 in Old Presbyterian Cemetery, Lebanon, Ohio.49

+ 503 F    vi. Maria Monfort 49,398,402 was born on 17 Dec 1756 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey,403 died on 18 Mar 1814 in Straban Township, York (now Adams), Pennsylvania403,404 at age 57, and was buried after 18 Mar 1814 in Conewago (Low Dutch Graveyard) (also known as Northern Low Dutch Cemetery or Osborn's Cemetery), about four Miles From Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania.404

152. Conneghty Monfort 49,252,253 was born about 1719 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York,254 was baptized on 12 Apr 1719 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 and died in May 1770 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey about age 51. Other names for Conneghty were Corneghty Monfoort,33 Kinnertie Monfoort, Knierties Monfoort, and Kniertje Monfort.

Conneghty married Joost Schamp,49,253 son of Joost Schamp 253,254 and Margrietje Lock,253,254 about 1737 in New York. Joost was born about 1704 in Bushwick, Long Island, New York49,253,254 and died about Jul 1752 in Readington Township, Hunterdon, New Jersey253,254 about age 48. Another name for Joost was Joris Schamp.405

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1731.

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1737.

• Alt. Marriage: Between 1737 and 1738.

Children from this marriage were:

   504 F    i. Margrietje Schamp 49 was born in 173849 and died on 16 Aug 177349 at age 35.

Margrietje married Richard McDonald 49 about 1761.49

   505 F    ii. Femmetje Schamp 49 was born in 1740,49 was baptized on 25 Dec 1740,49 and died on 27 Jul 181649 at age 76.

Femmetje married Serevas Vlerebome,49 son of Peter Vlereblome 405 and Jannetye \\,405 about 1765.49

Marriage Notes: [Source: Ancestors of Ernest Dumont McCalla, Generation No. 6]

Children of Serevase Vlerebome and Femmetje Schamp are:
i. Jane Vlerebome, born 1761; died November 12, 1816.
27 ii. Kniertje Vlerebome, born 1769; married William Van Fleet.
iii. Johanna Vlerebome, born 1770; married George Warne Probasco.
iv. Peter Vlerebome, born 1771.
v. Femmetie Vlerebome, born 1773; died May 11, 1828.
vi. Geertrui Vlerebome, born 1776; married Joseph VAN FLEET April 29, 1795.
vii. Maregreta Vlerebome, born 1778; died July 15, 1848.
viii. Sara Vlerebome, born 1781; died April 15, 1870; married Levi QUICK.
ix. George Vlerebome, born 1784; died April 24, 1870; married Margaret VAN VLIET January 05, 1805 in Readington, Somerset Co., NJ.

   506 F    iii. Saertje Schamp 49 was born about 174249 and was baptized on 20 Mar 1743.49

Saertje married Jan Emmans 49 about 1760.49

   507 F    iv. Kniertje Schamp 49 was born on 21 Nov 174449 and died on 2 Jan 182349 at age 78.

Kniertje married John Pittenger 49 in Apr 1767.49

   508 F    v. Annatje Schamp 49 was born on 1 Jan 174649 and died on 27 Sep 182149 at age 75.

Annatje married Andries Van Sickle 49 about 1764.49

   509 M    vi. Joost Schamp 49 was born about 1748,49 was baptized on 19 Mar 1749,49 and died after 1760.49

   510 M    vii. Peter Schamp 49 was born in 1750,49 was baptized on 7 Apr 1751,49 and died on 12 Oct 181249 at age 62.

Peter married Margaret Huffman 49 about 1776.49

153. Sara Monfoort 49,252 was born about 1721 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York,255 was baptized on 2 Apr 1721 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 and died in May 1771 about age 50. Other names for Sara were Sarah Monfoort and33 Saara Monfort.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1720 and 1769.

• Alt. Birth: 1721. 255 Oyster Bay, Long Island

• Alt. Death: After May 1771.

• Fact 1: 2 Feb 1997. Monfoort.txt - Anc. of Ryan Michaud -- Name spelled as Saara Monfort

• Fact 2: 2 Feb 1997. Monfoort.txt - Anc. of Ryan Michaud - source: Spouse (William Graham)

• Fact 3: 2 Feb 1997. Monfoort.txt - Anc. of Ryan Michaud - source: Dates of death & marriage

• Fact 4: 2 Apr 1721. 255 Baptized at Reformed Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, New York

Sara married William Graham 49,255 in Dec 1744.49.,255 Another name for William is William Graimes.

The child from this marriage was:

   511 M    i. William Graham 49,255 was born between 1745 and 1750255 and died after Apr 1791.255

155. Peter Monfort 33,252 was born about 1725 in Hempstead, Long Island, New York,33 was baptized on 4 Jul 1725 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 and died in Oct 1769 in York, , Pennsylvania about age 44. Other names for Peter were Pieter Monfoort,33,252 Peter Montfort 33. and252

General Notes:

Extracted from:

The Lineage Books from the Daughters of the American Revolution (100 vols)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American

Peter Monfret (1725-78) enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Adam Black's company, York County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Hunterdon County, N. J.; died in Gettysburg, Pa.

(c) Copyright 1998
Ancestry, Inc.
All rights reserved

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[Source: York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819]

Surname: Montfort
Given Name: Peter
Title:
Description: Decedent
Residence: York Co.
Date: 30 Dec 1768
Prove Date: 30 Oct 1769
Remarks: Montfort, Peter. Dec. 30, 1768. Executors: Abraham Banta, John and Abraham Montfort. York County. Wife: Johannah Montfort. Children: Peter, Anamary, John, Margaret, Sarah, and Catharine.

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[Source: Abstracts of York Co, PA, Wills, 1749 - 1819, page 90]

December 30, 1768 October 30, 1769
Montfort, Peter. Executors: Abraham Banta, John and Abraham Montfort.
York County.
Wife: Johannah Montfort.
Children: Peter, Anamary, John, Margaret, Sarah, and Catharine.

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[Source: Ancestry of Ralph J. Turner, Ralph J. Turner, 14320 SW Rock Creek Road, Sheridan, Oregon 97378, 504 843 3629, http://rockcreekexperiment.com/findex.htm, 14 Aug 2005]

Eighth Generation

242. Peter* MONTFORT 1299 ,1300 ,1301 ,1302 was born in 1725 in Hempstead, Long Island, NY. He was christened on 4 Jul 1725 in Jamaica, Long Island, NY. He died in Oct 1769 in , York Co., PA. Peter and Johanna had eight children. Peter's land in Conewago, Adams County, Pennysylvania, was called "Turkey Range". This was near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Peter* MONTFORT and Johanna* LANGESTRAAT were married in 1749.1085

243. Johanna* LANGESTRAAT 325 ,598 ,1301 was born in 1730 in NJ.1303 She died after May 1772 in , York Co., PA. Children were:

121 i.Margrieta* MONTFORT.

ii.John MONTFORT was christened on 30 Aug 1767. !Source: Data from combined Mormon Ancestral File submisions by: Jennifer Ann Gibbons, 1223 Sisley Rd., Penryn, California 95663, # AF83-072744; Bonnie Lindstrom, 1104 11th Avenue North Extension, Nampa, Idaho 83687, # AF91-103904; and Norman D. Catanzaro, 4915 Samish Way, # 118, Bellingham, Washington 98226, # AF91-104187.

iii.Peter MONTFORT was christened on 22 May 1757 in , , NJ. He died in Oct 1783. !Source: Parent's names, baptism and death data from combined Mormon Ancestral File submisions by: Jennifer Ann Gibbons, 1223 Sisley Rd., Penryn, California 95663, # AF83-072744; Bonnie Lindstrom, 1104 11th Avenue North Extension, Nampa, Idaho 83687, # AF91-103904; and Norman D. Catanzaro, 4915 Samish Way, # 118, Bellingham, Washington 98226, # AF91-104187.

iv.Sarah MONTFORT was christened on 6 Feb 1755 in , Hunterdon Co., NJ. She died in Feb 1826 in , Preble Co., OH. !Source: Parent's names, baptism and death data from combined Mormon Ancestral File submisions by: Jennifer Ann Gibbons, 1223 Sisley Rd., Penryn, California 95663, # AF83-072744; Bonnie Lindstrom, 1104 11th Avenue North Extension, Nampa, Idaho 83687, # AF91-103904; and Norman D. Catanzaro, 4915 Samish Way, # 118, Bellingham, Washington 98226, # AF91-104187.

v.Styntie MONTFORT was born on 8 Dec 1751 in Conewago, L., PA.1304 Merged General Note: !Source: Marriage record from "Banta Pioneers" by Elsa Banta. !Source: Parents data from combined Mormon Ancestral File submisions by: Jennifer Ann Gibbons, 1223 Sisley Rd., Penryn, California 95663, # AF83-072744; Bonnie Lindstrom, 1104 11th Avenue North Extension, Nampa, Idaho 83687, # AF91-103904; and Norman D. Catanzaro, 4915 Samish Way, # 118, Bellingham, Washington 98226, # AF91-104187.

vi.Johanna MONTFORT was born on 5 Nov 1759. She was christened on 9 Dec 1759 in Reddington, Hunterdon, NJ. She died before 1821 in , Preble Co., OH. !Source: Parent's names, baptism and death data from combined Mormon Ancestral File submisions by: Jennifer Ann Gibbons, 1223 Sisley Rd., Penryn, California 95663, # AF83-072744; Bonnie Lindstrom, 1104 11th Avenue North Extension, Nampa, Idaho 83687, # AF91-103904; and Norman D. Catanzaro, 4915 Samish Way, # 118, Bellingham, Washington 98226, # AF91-104187.

vii.Catherine MONTFORT was born on 26 Feb 1762 in , Hunterdon Co., NJ. She was christened on 26 Oct 1763. She died on 17 Jul 1844 in Knoxville, Knox, IL. !Source: Data from combined Mormon Ancestral File submisions by: Jennifer Ann Gibbons, 1223 Sisley Rd., Penryn, California 95663, # AF83-072744; Bonnie Lindstrom, 1104 11th Avenue North Extension, Nampa, Idaho 83687, # AF91-103904; and Norman D. Catanzaro, 4915 Samish Way, # 118, Bellingham, Washington 98226, # AF91-104187.

viii.Aaron MONTFORT was born on 23 Feb 1765. He died in , Preble Co., OH. !Source: Data from combined Mormon Ancestral File submisions by: Jennifer Ann Gibbons, 1223 Sisley Rd., Penryn, California 95663, # AF83-072744; Bonnie Lindstrom, 1104 11th Avenue North Extension, Nampa, Idaho 83687, # AF91-103904; and Norman D. Catanzaro, 4915 Samish Way, # 118, Bellingham, Washington 98226, # AF91-104187.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1722. 33 Hempstead, Long Island, New York

• Alt. Birth: 1725. Hempstead, Long Island

• Alt. Death: 1769. York County, PA

• Fact 1: 2 Feb 1997. Monfoort.txt - Ancestors of Ryan Michaud -- from Broderbund on-line

• Fact 2: 2 Feb 1997. Monfoort.txt (continued) - Peter may be spelled Pieter - possible brother Pieter

• Fact 3: 406 One source gives year of death as 1778 in Gettysburg, PA

• Fact 4: 406 One source gives place of birth as Hunterdon County, New Jersey

• Fact 5: 252 Sisser: Pieter's wife, Johanna, was also his half-sister

• Fact 6: 407 Baptism: 4 July 1725 at Jamaica, Long Island, NY

• Religion: 49 Protestant, Neshanic Reformed Dutch Church

• Will: 30 Dec 1768. York County, Pennsylvania

• Will Proved: 30 Oct 1769. York County, Pennsylvania

Peter married Johanna Langestraat,49,252 daughter of Ariaen Langestraat and Styntie Williamson, in 1748 in Pennsylvania. Johanna was born in 1729 in Hempstead, Long Island, , New York and died after May 1772.49 Other names for Johanna were Johanna Langstraat and Johanna Longstreed.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1748. 406 Possibly married in 1748

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1749.

Death Notes: York, Pennsylvania

General Notes:

Notes from Jake (22 March 1998):

Things to check:

Was Johanna Langestraat the same as Johanna Longstreed?
Did she marry Pieter Monfoort?
Was she the daughter of Styntie Williamson?
Had Styntie Williamson also married Pieter Monfoort?

These questions came from some conflicts in my database. The Vorheis Family Genealogy says Johanna Longstreed, the widow of Pieter Monfoort, married Cornelius Van Voorhees who had previously married Magdalena Van Nuys.

*** Somewhere along the line, I got some conflicting (or contradictory) information!


Children from this marriage were:

+ 512 F    i. Margaret Montfort 408 was born about 1750407 and died in Probably Kentucky.

+ 513 F    ii. Styntje Montfort 407 was born on 28 Nov 1751,49 was baptized on 28 Dec 1751 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey,409 and died in Probably Ohio.

+ 514 F    iii. Sarah Montfort 408 was born on 31 Dec 1754,49 was baptized on 6 Feb 1755 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey,409 and died in 1823406 at age 69.

   515 M    iv. Peter Monfoort was born on 5 May 1757,49 was baptized on 22 May 1757 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey,409 and died on 18 Oct 1783-20 Feb 1784 in York, , Pennsylvania389 at age 26. Other names for Peter were Peter Monfort, Peter Monfort, and Peter Montfort.408

General Notes:

[Source: York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819]

Surname: Monfort
Given Name: Peter
Title:
Description: Decedent
Residence: York Co.
Date: 18 Oct 1783
Prove Date: 20 Feb 1784
Remarks: Monfort, Peter. Oct. 18, 1783. Executors: G. Vanarsdael and Lawrence Monfort. York County. Wife: Charity Monfort.

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[Source: Abstracts of York Co, PA, Wills, 1749 - 1819, page 92]

October 18, 1783
February 20, 1784
Monfort, Peter.
Executors: G. Vanarsdael and Lawrence Monfort.
York County.
Wife: Charity Monfort.

Peter married Charity Van Arsdalen.407 Charity died after 18 Oct 1783.

Peter next married Hister Logan.49

+ 516 F    v. Johanna Monfort 49 was born on 5 Nov 1759,49,407 was baptized on 9 Dec 1759 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey,409 and died before 1821.

   517 F    vi. Catherine Monfort 49 was born on 26 Feb 1762 in New Jersey,410 was baptized on 26 Oct 1763,407 and died on 17 Jul 1844 in Knoxville, Knox, Illinois410 at age 82. Other names for Catherine were Catharine Montfort and408 Catherine Montfort.49

Catherine married Samuel Westerfield,411,412 son of Jacobus Westervelt 413 and Maria Demaree,414 on 28 Feb 1782 in Jefferson County, Kentucky.412 Samuel was born on 18 Feb 1760 in New York410 and died on 8 Feb 1832 in Preble, Lanier, Ohio412 at age 71. Another name for Samuel was Samuel Westervelt.

+ 518 M    vii. Aaron Monfort 49 was born on 23 Feb 1765 in Preble County, Ohio,407 died on 15 Sep 1850 in Preble County, Ohio407 at age 85, and was buried about 15 Sep 1850 in Mound Hill Cemetery, Eaton, Preble, Ohio.90

   519 M    viii. John Monfoort was born in 176749 and died after 1783.407 Other names for John were John Monfort and John Montfort.408

   520 F    ix. Anamary Montfort .408

156. Jacob Monfoort 49,252 was born about 1727 in Hempstead, Long Island, New York and died before May 1769 in York, , Pennsylvania. Another name for Jacob was Jacob Monfort.

Jacob married Jannetje Nevius 49 about 1754.49 Jannetje died on 20 Jan 1809 in Somerset, New Jersey.49

Children from this marriage were:

   521 F    i. Margaretha Monfoort 49 was baptized on 6 Feb 1755.49

   522 M    ii. Cornelis Monfoort 49 was baptized on 8 Sep 1756.49

157. Abraham Monfoort 49,252 was born about 1729, was baptized on 8 Feb 1730 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,49 and died in Aug 1789 in Reading Township, Hunterdon, New Jersey about age 60. Other names for Abraham were Abram Monfoort and Abram Monfoort.33

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1720 and 1769.

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1729. Hempstead, Long Island

• Alt. Death: Aug 1789. Reading Twnsp., Hunterdon County, NJ

• Baptism: 33 Baptism date (February 8, 1730)

Abraham married Neeltje Voorhees 49 about 1756.49 Neeltje was born about 1740 in New Jersey49 and died in May 1804 in New York49 about age 64.

Children from this marriage were:

   523 M    i. Peter Monfort 49 was born on 9 Sep 1757,49 was baptized on 20 Dec 1757 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 and died on 24 Jul 182949 at age 71.

Peter married Aeltje Covenhoven 49 on 27 Oct 1779.49

   524 F    ii. Stientje Monfort 49 was born on 28 Feb 1759,49 was baptized on 5 Apr 1759 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 and died after 1826.49

Stientje married Cornelius Lane 49 in 1782.49

   525 M    iii. Isaac Monfort 49 was born on 25 Dec 1760,49 was baptized on 15 Feb 1761 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 and died after 1825.49

Isaac married Hannah Lane 49 about 1784.49

   526 F    iv. Margaret Monfort 49 was born on 4 May 1763,49 was baptized on 8 Jun 1763 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 and died before Oct 1775.49

   527 F    v. Nelly Monfort 49 was born on 23 Feb 1765,49 was baptized on 7 Apr 1765 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 and died after 1793.49

Nelly married Cornelius Covenhoven 49 about 1785.49

   528 F    vi. Sara Monfort 49 was born on 27 Sep 176749 and was baptized on 13 Dec 1767 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey.49

   529 F    vii. Sara Monfort 49 was born about 18 Feb 177049 and was baptized on 18 Feb 1770 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey.49

   530 F    viii. Mary Monfort 49 was born before 17 Oct 1773, was baptized on 17 Oct 1773 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 and died after 1812.49

Mary married James Carle 49 about 1797.49

   531 F    ix. Margaret Monfort 49 was born before 29 Oct 1775 and was baptized on 29 Oct 1775 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey.49

Margaret married Benjamin Frazee 49 about 1797.49

   532 F    x. Hannah Monfort 49 was born before 19 Apr 1778, was baptized on 19 Apr 1778 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 and died after 1793.49

   533 M    xi. Abraham Monfort 49 was born before 28 Sep 1783, was baptized on 28 Sep 1783 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,49 and died after 1793.49

159. Jacobus Monfort 33,49,252 was born on 9 Jun 1734 in Reading Township, Hunterdon, New Jersey, was baptized on 9 Jun 1734,49,256 and died in 1795 in Warren, Ohio49 at age 61. Other names for Jacobus were Jacobus Monfort and Jacobus Montfort.415

General Notes:

[Source: Monfort Family 12_99.FTW, Elias Riggs Monfort III]

Eight children.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1720 and 1769.

• Alt. Birth: 1734. Reading Township, Pennsylvania

• Alt. Death: Abt Aug 1789. 49 Warren County, Ohio

Jacobus married Lea Banta,49 daughter of Hendrick Banta III and Rachel Brouwer,396 about 1763 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey.49 Lea was born on 15 Jan 1744 in Hackensack, Bergen, New Jersey, was baptized on 15 Jan 1744,49 and died after 1795 in Warren County, Ohio.49 Another name for Lea was Leah Banta.49

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1763. 49 North Branch, Somerset County, New Jersey

Death Notes:

General Notes:

[Source: Montfort Family.GED, Elias Riggs Monfort III, 29 December 1999]

In 1770 they were part of the Conewago Colony operating a farm of 193 acres in Mt Pleasant township, York County, PA.
- They moved to the Low Dutch Colony to Mercer County - found on 1795 tax lists
- Moved to Warren County, Ohio where they are both buried.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1743. Hackensack, New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

   534 F    i. Rachel Monfoort 49 was baptized on 30 Dec49 and died after 1826.49

Rachel married \\ Weeks.49

   535 F    ii. Margaret Monfoort 49 was baptized on 28 Dec 176649 and died after 1824.49

Margaret married Cornelius Voorhees.49

   536 M    iii. Peter Monfoort 49 was baptized on 4 Jun 176949 and died on 26 Jun 182449 at age 55.

   537 M    iv. Hendrick Monfoort 49 was born before 31 May 1772415 and was baptized on 31 May 1772 in Conewago, York (Now Adams), Pennsylvania.415 Another name for Hendrick was Hendrickes Montfort.415

   538 F    v. Lea Monfoort 49 was born before 2 Oct 1774,415 was baptized on 2 Oct 1774 in Conewago, York (Now Adams), Pennsylvania,415 and died in Apr 1839.49 Another name for Lea was Lea Montfort.415

Lea married John Van Voorhis.49

   539 M    vi. Henry Monfoort 49 was born before 18 May 1777415 and was baptized on 18 May 1777 in Conewago, York (Now Adams), Pennsylvania.415 Another name for Henry was Hendreck Montfort.415

Henry married Helen Voorhis.49

   540 U    vii. \\ Monfoort 49 was born before 3 Oct 1779415 and was baptized on 3 Oct 1779 in Conewago, York (Now Adams), Pennsylvania.415

   541 F    viii. Aaltie Monfoort 49 was born before 27 Aug 1780,415 was baptized on 27 Aug 1780,49 and died after 1824.49 Other names for Aaltie were Olly Monfoort and Aeltie Montfort.415

Aaltie married Jeremiah Voorhis.49

161. John Monfoort 259,260 was born in May 1725 in Hempstead, , New York,261 was baptized on 21 May 1725 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,262 died on 15 Jun 1792261 at age 67, and was buried on 16 Jun 1792.262 Other names for John were Jan Monfoort,262,348 Jan Abraham Monfoort,261 John Monfort 259,260., and416

John married Ida Luyster,33,262 daughter of Peter Luyster 33,49,269 and Sara Monfoort, on 5 Apr 1754.68.,262 Ida was born on 10 Mar 1727262 and died on 12 Apr 1766262 at age 39. Other names for Ida were Ida Leyster and Eida Luyster.417

Children from this marriage were:

   542 M    i. Abraham Monfort 272 was born before 8 Jun 1755,262 was baptized on 8 Jun 1755, and died in 1826.262 Another name for Abraham was Abraham Monfoort.262

   543 U    ii. Seven other chidren Monfoort .

John next married Sarah Van Wicklen,260,262,271,416 daughter of Garrett Van Wicklen 271 and Helena Or Lena Amerman,418 on 4 Oct 1767 in Wheatley, Oyster Bay, , New York.261 Sarah was born on 26 Nov 1729,262 died on 13 Nov 1803262 at age 73, and was buried on 15 Nov 1803.262 Another name for Sarah was Sarah Van Wickler.348

Marriage Notes:

[Source: New York Marriages to 1784]

New York Marriages Previous to 1784 Names of Persons for Whom Marriage Licenses Were Issued By the Secretary of the Province of New York, Previous to 1784 V page 434

1767. Sept. 28. Van Wickler, Sarah, and Jan Monfoort, M.B., xii. 47

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 28 Sep 1767, New York. 374

Children from this marriage were:

+ 544 M    i. Garret Monfoort 419 was born on 27 Sep 1774419 and died on 12 Sep 1829419 at age 54.

+ 545 F    ii. Sarah Monfoort 420 was born on 30 Dec 1778260,271 and died on 30 Jul 1854260,271 at age 75.

   546 U    iii. Three other children Monfoort .

162. Mary Abraham Monfoort 136,261 was born on 22 Jan 1727 in New York261 and died after 15 Oct 1758.263 Other names for Mary were Mary Monfoort, Molly Monfoort,136 Maette Monfort, and263 Mary Monfort.258

Mary married Cornelius Monfoort,33.,312 son of Cornelis Monfort 136 and Maria Voorhees. Cornelius was born in 1725136 and died between 26 Aug 1786 and 7 Mar 1792.136 Another name for Cornelius was Cornelius Monfort.136

Children from this marriage were:

+ 547 M    i. Cornelius Monfort 136 was born on 1 Nov 1757,136 was baptized on 15 Oct 1758 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York,263 and died on 17 Jan 1797136 at age 39.

   548 M    ii. Abraham Monfort 136 was born before 11 Nov 1760136 and was baptized on 11 Nov 1760.136

   549 F    iii. Sarah Monfort .136

Sarah married Isaac Hendrickson 136 on 23 Nov 1782 in New York.

   550 F    iv. Mary Monfort .136 She had no relationships and no children.

   551 F    v. Anne Monfort .136

Anne married Garrit Hendrickson 136 on 13 Dec 1791.136

   552 F    vi. Ida Monfort .136.,421

Ida married Abraham Rapelye,136.,421 son of George Rapelye 422 and Elizabeth Schenck,.422 Abraham was born on 25 Jan 1763,421 died on 23 Feb 182690 at age 63, and was buried after 23 Feb 1826 in Manhasset Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Manhasset, Nassau, New York.90 Another name for Abraham was Abram Rapalje.136

163. Ida Monfort 258,264 was born before 29 Aug 1729,137 was baptized on 29 Aug 1729 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,137 and died after 24 Dec 1797.264 Other names for Ida were Eyda Monfoort and137 Lida Monfort.

Ida married Joris Brinckerhoff,248 son of Hendrick Brinckerhoff 68,79,97,150,287 and Lammetia Rapalje,79,97,150 on 12 Oct 1753 in New York.374 Joris was born in 1732 in Newtown, Long Island, New York97 and died after 24 Dec 1797.264 Other names for Joris were George Brinckerhoff,248 George Brinkerhof,264 Joris Brinkerhof, and263 Joris Brinkerhoff.

Marriage Notes: New York

Birth Notes: Newton, Long Island

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 1777. 423 Joris Brinkerhoff listed as oldest son in father's will

Children from this marriage were:

   553 M    i. Hendrick Brinckerhoff 97 was born on 8 Sep 1754 in Long Island, Queens, New York97 and was baptized on 8 Sep 1754.

General Notes:

[Source: Flatbush DRC Baptisms 1677-1754, http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rbillard/flatbush_baptisms.htm]

This source says Hendrick's mother was named Lametie Monfort (see below):

1754 Sep 08; Joris Brinkerhof, Lametie Monfort; Hendrik;

+ 554 M    ii. Abraham Brinckerhoff 97 was born before 17 Aug 1756 in Long Island, Queens, New York,97 was baptized on 17 Aug 1756 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York,263 and died on 23 Sep 1823.97

   555 M    iii. Joris Brinckerhoff 97 was born before 8 May 1759 in Long Island, New York97 and was baptized on 8 May 1759.97

   556 F    iv. Lametie Brinckerhoff 97 was born about Nov 1760 in Long Island, New York97 and was baptized on 11 Nov 1760.97 She had no relationships and no children.

164. Ann Monfort 8,79,97,150,258,265,266 was born before 4 Aug 1732 in Flushing Bay, Newtown, Queens, New York,8,79,150,261 was baptized on 4 Aug 1732 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,267 and died on 8 Oct 1793.268 Other names for Ann were Ann Monfoort,424 Anne Monfort, and Antie Monfort.263

Ann married Daniel Hendrick Brinckerhoff,8,79,97,150,261,265 son of Hendrick Brinckerhoff 68,79,97,150,287 and Lammetia Rapalje,79,97,150 on 3 Apr 1756.261.,265 Daniel was born on 26 Oct 1734 in Newtown, Long Island, New York8,79,150 and died on 28 Sep 178197 at age 46. Other names for Daniel were Daniel Brinkerhof and263 Daniel Brinkerhoff.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: New York Marriages to 1784]

1756 Mar. 25 Brinckerhoff, Daniel, and Ann Montfort M.B. 41:100

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Bann: 25 Mar 1756. 265 New York

General Notes:

[Source: New York City Wills, 1780-1782]

Page 489.--In the name of God, Amen. The 17th day of September, 1781. I, DANIEL BRINKERHOFF, of the Township of Hempstead, in Queen's County, yeoman, being sick and infirm, but of perfect mind. All my just debts and funeral charges to be paid. My wife Anne shall be in full possession of my estate, real and personal, as long as she remains my widow. If she should marry, then an equal proportion with all my children (except ?30, 5 shillings, which I give to my son Hendrick, and ?30, which I give to my son Abram, is likewise excepted). The residue of my estate, to my sons, Hendrick, Abram, Jacob, Daniel, and Peter, and to my daughters, Alche and Sarah, to be equally divided. If any of my children die under age, such part shall be equally divided among my surviving children. I make my brother-in-law, Peter Monfort, and my brother, Isaac Brinkerhoff, and my two sons, Hendrick and Abram, executors.

Witnesses, Elbert Adriance, John Schenck, Luke Cummins. Proved, March 12, 1782.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 26 Oct 1734. 8,79,150 Flushing, Queens, New York

Children from this marriage were:

   557 M    i. Hendrick Brinckerhoff 97,422 was born on 19 Jun 1757 in Newtown, Queens, New York,97 was baptized on 22 Jun 1757 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York,263 died on 29 Sep 181290 at age 55, and was buried about 29 Sep 1812 in Manhasset Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Manhasset, Nassau, New York.90

Hendrick married Anna Rapelye.,422 daughter of George Rapelye 422 and Elizabeth Schenck,.422 Anna was born on 7 Sep 1756,422 died on 18 Oct 184890 at age 92, and was buried about 18 Oct 1848 in Manhasset Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Manhasset, Nassau, New York.90 Another name for Anna was Anna Rapelje.97

+ 558 M    ii. Abraham D. Brinckerhoff 97 was born on 22 Mar 1760 in Long Island, New York,97 was baptized on 11 Jun 1760,424 died on 30 Mar 1843 in Port Washington, Nassau, New York97 at age 83, and was buried about 30 Mar 1843 in Monfort Family Cemetery, Port Washington, Nassau, New York.90

   559 M    iii. Jacobus Brinckerhoff 97 was born on 5 Jun 1762 in Long Island, Queens, New York,97 was baptized on 11 Jul 1762 in Success, , New York,267 and died on 4 Dec 1762 in Long Island, Queens, New York.97 Another name for Jacobus was Jacob Brinkerhoff.

+ 560 F    iv. Sarah Brinckerhoff 97 was born on 17 Mar 1764 in Long Island, New York.97

+ 561 M    v. Jacob Brinckerhoff 97 was born on 27 Aug 1766 in Long Island, Queens, New York97 and died on 28 Jul 1805 in Manhasset, Nassau, New York97 at age 38.

   562 F    vi. Lametia Brinckerhoff 97 was born on 5 Dec 1768 in Long Island, New York97 and died on 15 Oct 1769 in Long Island, New York.97

+ 563 M    vii. Daniel Brinckerhoff 97 was born on 26 Aug 1770 in Long Island, Queens, New York,97 was baptized on 1 Oct 1770 in Success, , New York,425 and died on 20 Sep 182897 at age 58.

+ 564 M    viii. Peter Brinckerhoff 97 was born on 21 Jan 1774 in Long Island, New York97 and was baptized on 24 Apr 1774 in Success, , New York.425

   565 F    ix. Aletta Brinckerhoff 97,421 was born on 8 Oct 1779 in Long Island, Queens, New York97 and was baptized on 7 May 1780 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York.426 Other names for Aletta were Altie Brinkerhof and426 Alche Brinkerhoff.

Aletta married Jacob Rapelje.,97 son of George Rapelye 422 and Elizabeth Schenck,.422 Jacob was born on 24 Aug 1772421 and died on 23 Aug 1825421 at age 52. Another name for Jacob was Jacob Rapelye.421 They had no children.

166. Wyntie Luyster 33 was born between 1717 and 1757 and died after 28 Apr 1764.272 Another name for Wyntie was Winne Leyster.

Wyntie married Garret Van Nostrand 33 before 28 Apr 1764.272 Garret died after 28 Apr 1764.272 Another name for Garret was Garret Norstrandt.272

The child from this marriage was:

   566 M    i. Albert Van Nostrand died after 9 May 1777.

169. John Luyster 33,113,273 was born on 24 Jan 1721273 and died on 2 Jun 1803273 at age 82.

John married Elizabeth Voorhees,33.,113 daughter of Daniel Voorhees 33 and Phoebe Bennet,.277 Elizabeth was born on 14 Jul 1725273 and died on 17 Mar 1792273 at age 66. Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth Voorhis.427

Children from this marriage were:

+ 567 M    i. John Luyster 273,421 died after 9 May 1777.276

+ 568 M    ii. Peter Luyster 417 was born on 26 May 1748417 and died on 11 Aug 1834417 at age 86.

   569 M    iii. Daniel Luyster 273 was born on 15 Jun 1750273 and died between 1775 and 1780. The cause of his death was smallpox.273

General Notes:

[Source: Henry Augustus Stoutenburgh, A Documentary History of Het (the) Nederdeutsche Gemeente: Dutch Congregation, of Oyster Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau, Now Long Island, Issues 1-5 (Google eBook), p. 299]

"Daniel ... was pressed as a wagoner, during the war, by the British ..."

   570 F    iv. Sarah Luyster .273.,428

Sarah married Peter Monfoort 273,428 on 4 Jun 1779 in New York.428

+ 571 F    v. Phebe Luyster 90,273 was born on 10 Jul 1754,90 died on 17 Sep 182890 at age 74, and was buried about 17 Sep 1828 in Monfort Family Cemetery, Port Washington, Nassau, New York.90

   572 F    vi. Elizabeth Luyster .273

Elizabeth married Cornelius Hoogland.273

   573 F    vii. Anne Luyster 273 was born on 3 Jun 1762273 and died on 15 Jan 1825273 at age 62. She had no relationships and no children.

   574 F    viii. Maria Luyster 273 was born on 10 Apr 1768273 and died on 29 Nov 1769273 at age 1.

+ 575 F    ix. Maria Luyster 273 was born on 30 Aug 177097 and died on 28 Aug 182897 at age 57.

170. Peter Luyster 33,113,274 was born on 30 Sep 1722,274 died on 29 Nov 1801274 at age 79, and was buried on 29 Nov 1801.274

Peter married Phebe Bennet,33,274 daughter of Jeromus Bennet 113,274,277,429 and Neeltje Hoogland,430 on 3 Aug 1753.274 Phebe was born on 27 Oct 1736274 and died on 23 Nov 1822274 at age 86.

Children from this marriage were:

   576 F    i. Sarah Luyster .274

Sarah married Francis Armstrong.274

+ 577 M    ii. Jeromus Luyster 417 was born on 25 May 1756,431 was baptized on 20 Jun 1756,431 and died on 15 Jul 1829431 at age 73.

   578 M    iii. Peter Luyster 417 was born on 5 Mar 1758,417 died on 13 Apr 1777417 at age 19, and was buried on 14 Apr 1777.417 He had no relationships and no children.

+ 579 M    iv. James Luyster 417 was born on 29 Oct 1760432 and died on 11 Mar 1846432 at age 85.

+ 580 F    v. Cattrina Luyster 417 was born on 26 May 1763433 and died on 9 Mar 1849434 at age 85.

   581 M    vi. Wiiliam Luyster 417 was born on 23 Apr 1766417 and died on 30 Jan 1770417 at age 3.

   582 M    vii. John Luyster 417 was born on 9 Sep 1766417 and died on 6 Feb 1790417 at age 23.

172. Ida Luyster 33,262 was born on 10 Mar 1727262 and died on 12 Apr 1766262 at age 39. Other names for Ida were Ida Leyster and Eida Luyster.417

Ida married John Monfoort,259,260 son of Abraham Monfort 135,136,137 and Sarah Ditmas,136,137 on 5 Apr 1754.68.,262 John was born in May 1725 in Hempstead, , New York,261 was baptized on 21 May 1725 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,262 died on 15 Jun 1792261 at age 67, and was buried on 16 Jun 1792.262 Other names for John were Jan Monfoort,262,348 Jan Abraham Monfoort,261 John Monfort 259,260., and416

(Duplicate Line. See Person 161)

173. Sarah Luyster 33,277,278 was born on 12 May 1729278 and died on 19 Jul 1780278 at age 51. Another name for Sarah was Sarah Leyster.

Sarah married John Bennet.,278 son of Jeromus Bennet 113,274,277,429 and Neeltje Hoogland,.430

Children from this marriage were:

+ 583 M    i. William Bennet 435 was born before 27 Jun 1753, was baptized on 27 Jun 1753,436 and died after 24 Apr 1802.436

+ 584 F    ii. Sarah Bennet 437 was born on 1 Jul 1758,438 was baptized on 23 Jul 1758,438 and died on 20 Feb 1791438 at age 32.

   585 M    iii. Jeronimus Bennet 435 was born about 23 May 1764435 and was baptized on 23 May 1764.435

   586 F    iv. Neeltje Bennet 435 was born about 28 Dec 1766435 and was baptized on 28 Dec 1766.435

181. Neeltje Roelofse Schenck 220 was born on 24 Oct 1736.220 Other names for Neeltje were Nelly Schenck and144 Nieltie Schenk.439

Neeltje married George De Bevois,220 son of John Debevoise 79,150 and Jane Rapalje,79,150 in 1766.220 George died after 1 Oct 1774. Another name for George was Joris Debevois.440

Children from this marriage were:

   587 M    i. Jan Debevois 440 was born before 3 Apr 1767440 and was baptized on 3 Apr 1767 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York.440

   588 F    ii. Susana Debevois 440 was born before 3 Apr 1767440 and was baptized on 3 Apr 1767 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York.440

General Notes:

This is probably the Susanna Debevoise who married Abraham Durye and whose son, John, was baptised at the Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York on 28 December 1805.

-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 18 May 2015

   589 M    iii. Roelof Debevois 439 was born before 12 Aug 1770439 and was baptized on 12 Aug 1770 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York.439

184. Abram Schenck 289,290 was born on 1 Aug 1742220 and died after 1 Nov 1766. Another name for Abram was Abraham Schenck.

Abram married Cateline Hoogland.220

The child from this marriage was:

   590 M    i. Roelof Schenck 441 was born before 17 May 1778441 and was baptized on 17 May 1778 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York.441

189. Hendrick Monfoort 294 was born in 1710 and died before 25 Sep 1765.294

Hendrick married Jannetje Noorstrandt,442 daughter of Hans Nostrand 275 and Rensie Van Voorhis,275 before 1752. Jannetje was born before 31 Jul 1715,294 was baptized on 31 Jul 1715 in Jamaica Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, , New York,294 and died after 1765.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 591 M    i. Elbert Monfoort 443 was born before 6 Oct 1745 of Fishkill443 and was baptized on 6 Oct 1745 in Fishkill, Dutchess, New York.444

+ 592 F    ii. Rancey Monfort was born in 1752 and died in 1824 at age 72.

   593 U    iii. Three other children Monfoort .

193. John Monfoort 295 was born in 1726.154

John married Maria Vanderveer 295 on 20 Jan 1751 in Flatlands, , New York.154

The child from this marriage was:

   594 F    i. Jannetie Monfoort 295 was born on 27 Dec 1750295 and died on 28 Oct 1804295 at age 53.

Jannetie married Adriaen Martense,97.,295 son of Adrian Martenszen 79,97,150,295 and Neeltie Brinckerhoff. Adriaen was born on 9 Dec 1742295 and died on 13 Mar 1817295 at age 74.

194. Maria Monfoort 298 was born on 24 Jul 170833 and died before 1 Nov 1766.290 Other names for Maria were Mary Or Marytie Monfoort,298 Maette Monfort,263 Mary Montford, and297 Maritie Schenck.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: After 27 Dec 1725. 296

Maria married Minne Martense Schenck, son of Marten Roelofse Schenck 283 and Elizabeth Minne Voorhies,283 on 3 Jun 1727. Minne was born on 8 Apr 1700298 and died after 1 Nov 1766 in Probably In Hempstead Neck, Queens, New York.290 Other names for Minne were Schenck and290 Minne Schenck.290

General Notes:

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 253]

Minne (s. of Martin Roelofse) of Hempstead, b. Apl. 8, 1700; m. June 3, 1727, Maria Monfoort; d. Mar. 3, 1767. Issue:--Elizabeth, bp. Sept. 20, 1728, m. Peter Onderdonk; Antie, b. Dec. 26, 1730, m. George Rapalje; Jannetie, b. Feb. 12, 1733; Maria, b. June 2, 1736, m. Daniel Brinckerhoff of Fishkill; Martie or Martin of Queens Co., b. Dec. 26, 1740, m. 1st Agnietje Rapalje, m. 2d Neeltje Rapalje; and Angenietje, b. May 5, 1746.

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[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-177, pages 58, 59]


Page 455.--In the name of God, Amen, November 1, 1766. "I, MINNE SCHENCK, of Hempstead Neck, in Queens County, make this will, desiring that all and every person herein concerned may be fully contented and satisfied, and raise no contention." I leave to my son, Martin Schenck, all my farm or plantation, with the woodland, and where I now live in the township of Hempstead, bounded north by highway that leads across the head of Cow Neck, east by William Smith and Robert Marvil, south by Samuel Denton and Roelof Schenck, and west by Roelof Schenck and Robert Michel; Also all my right on Hempstead Plains, and Hempstead undivided lands, and all my meadow at Jamaica South, and my two negro men and wench. Also my clock, and my large Dutch Bible, and my writing-desk, "and my Iron back plate," and my bed with all its furniture where I sleep, and all my horses, and one half of my other stock, and farming utensils; Also all that my other farm or plantation, with all the privileges, which I bought of John Pine, situate in Cow Neck in Hempstead; and he is to pay œ800. I leave to my daughter Antie, wife of George Rapalye, œ200; To my daughter Jannettie œ200; To my daughter Maria œ200; All these to be paid by my son Martin. I leave to my daughter Jannettie "my Bedstead in the Parlour, with all its furniture as it stands"; Also œ25 more. I leave to my daughter Maria "one of my best Bedsteads, which stands in the back room," and œ25 more. My daughter Elizabeth, wife of Peter Onderdonk, and Antie, wife of George Rapalye, have already been paid by me the value of œ300, and in order to do justice to my daughters Jannettie and Maria, I have given them each œ300. I leave to my children all kitchen furniture. I make my son Martin, and my cousin, Jacobus Monfort, and my cousin [nephew], Martin Schenck, son of my brother Abraham Schenck, and Abraham Schenck, son of my brother Roelof, executors.

Witnesses, Laurence Halstead, Jeremias Remsen, Simon Boerum. Proved, March 23, 1767.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 1 Nov 1766. Minne Schenck owned 2 Negro slaves and "a wench" on date of his will

Children from this marriage were:

+ 595 F    i. Elizabeth Schenck 290,307,424,445 was born before 20 Sep 1728298 and died in 1789.445

+ 596 F    ii. Antie Schenck 290,307 was born on 26 Dec 1730298 and died after 1 Nov 1766.

   597 F    iii. Janettie Schenck 307 was born on 12 Feb 1733298 and died after 1 Nov 1766. Other names for Janettie were Jannetje Remsen and Jannetie Schenck.307

   598 F    iv. Maria Schenck 290,307,446 was born on 2 Jun 1736,298,447 died on 2 May 1798447 at age 61, and was buried about 2 May 1798 in Cow Neck, , New Jersey (New York?).447

Maria married Daniel Brinckerhoff.298 Daniel was born of Fishkill.298

Maria next married Col. Dirck Brinckerhoff,448,449 son of Abraham Derickse Brinkerhoff and Femmeje Remsen,446 after 23 Oct 1767.447 Dirck was born about 1724 in Fishkill, Dutchess, New York97 and died in Oct 1788 in Fishkill, Dutchess, New York97 about age 64. Another name for Dirck was Derick Brinckerhoff.450

+ 599 M    v. Marten Schenck 307,451 was born on 26 Dec 1740298 and died after 6 Jan 1775.451

196. Peter Monfoort 33,49,154 was born on 3 Dec 1711 of The Fishkills,33,49,154 died on 25 Sep 1791154 at age 79, and was buried after 25 Sep 1791 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90 Other names for Peter were Peter Monfort,90 Peter Montford, and Sprout Peter.154

General Notes:

[Source: Henry Augustus Stoutenburgh, A Documentary History of Het (the) Nederdeutsche Gemeente: Dutch Congregation, of Oyster Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau, Now Long Island, Issues 1-5 (Google eBook), p. 349]

Stoutenburgh says Peter was the son of Elbert Monfoort and Susannah Van Wyck. However, his 1711 birthdate makes it more likely that he was the son of Elbert and his first wife, Annatje Remsen.

Stoutenburgh also says he "was the writer of the letters published in the Fishkill Standard in 1899, under the tite of "Sprout Peter", some fifty letters written to Peter Onderdonck of Cow Neck, found in the family of William Hegeman at Cedar Swamp, and translated by the compiler.--H.A.S."

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[Source: findagrave.com]

Peter Monfort

Birth: Dec. 3, 1711
Death: Sep. 25, 1791

Family links:
Children:
Peter Monfort (1759 - 1824)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Age 79 years 9 months 11 days.

Burial:
Monfort Burial Ground
Fishkill Plains
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Created by: Suzanna Ashworth
Record added: Apr 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51775915

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 296 Peter was the eldest son

Peter married Magdalena Monfoort,33 daughter of Jacobus Pieterse Monfoort and Dorothy Duryea,49 in 1748.49 Magdalena was born on 12 May 1729,33 died on 20 Dec 1785154 at age 56, and was buried after 20 Dec 1785 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90 Another name for Magdalena was Magdalen Monfort.33

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Magdalena Monfort

Birth: May 12, 1729
Death: Dec. 20, 1785

Inscription:
Wife of Peter, age 56 years 6 months 2 days.

Burial:
Monfort Burial Ground
Fishkill Plains
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Created by: Suzanna Ashworth
Record added: Apr 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51775911


Children from this marriage were:

   600 F    i. Dorothy Monfort 90 was born about 1752, died on 22 Jan 178490 about age 32, and was buried after 22 Jan 1784 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90 Another name for Dorothy was Dorithy Monfoort.154

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Dorothy Monfort Ackerman

Birth: Dec. 18, 1652 [this is obviously wrong - JPMH]
Death: Jan. 22, 1784

Inscription:
Wife of John Ackerman.

Burial:
Monfort Burial Ground
Fishkill Plains
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Created by: Suzanna Ashworth
Record added: Apr 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51775885

Dorothy married John Ackermann.154

   601 F    ii. Jannette Monfoort .154

Jannette married Abram Fort.154

+ 602 F    iii. Maria Monfoort 154 was born on 1 Apr 1755,315 died on 1 Nov 1837 at age 82, and was buried after 1 Nov 1837 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.

+ 603 M    iv. Peter Monfoort 154 was born on 13 Dec 1759,90 died on 11 May 182490 at age 64, and was buried after 11 May 1824 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90

   604 F    v. Magdalena Monfoort .154

Magdalena married Cornelius R. Van Wyck.154

+ 605 M    vi. Jacobus Monfoort 90,154 was born about Sep 1765, died on 23 Mar 182590 about age 59, and was buried after 23 Mar 1825 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90

Peter next married Catrina Ditmars, daughter of Peter Ditmas 452 and Sarah Ditmas,136,137 about 1738.

Children from this marriage were:

   606 M    i. Peter Monfort was born before 27 May 1739,154 was baptized on 27 May 1739,154 and died after 1 Jul 1752.

+ 607 F    ii. Antie Monfort died after 13 Aug 1766.

   608 F    iii. Sarah Monfoort .154

   609 F    iv. Catherine Monfort 90 was born on 9 Aug 1745,90 died on 1 Feb 177190 at age 25, and was buried after 1 Feb 1771 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90 Another name for Catherine was Catharina Monfoort.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2000 17:34:10 EST
From: <WayneLII@aol.com>
To: Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com
Message-ID: <98.1b188fa.25d88b62@aol.com>
Subject: Will of Catharina Monfoort Mills, wife of Jacob Mills
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Catharina was the daughter of Pieter Monfoort and Catrina Ditmars. No Cynthia we aren't going there again. Yes this is the same family that we worked so hard on and never got all the answers.
Wayne

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Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771, page 406:
Page 547.

--In the name of God, Amen, January 24, 1771. I, CATHARINA MILLS, of Duchess County, widow, being very sick. After all debts are paid, I leave to my well-beloved father, Peter Monfoort, Å"100. "I leave to Catharina Ter Bush, my sister Anna's daughter," Å"50; To my sister, Anna Ter Bush, all my wearing apparell. "I leave all the rest to my sister's 3 daughters, Catharina, Sarah, and the youngest, not yet baptized." I make my father, Peter Monfoort, and my brother-in-law, Isaac Ter Bush, executors.

Witnesses, Abraham Lent, Jacobus Swartwout, of Rombout Precinct, Gent., Daniel Brinckerhoff. Proved, March 29, 1771.

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[source: findagrave.com]

Catherine Monfort Mills

Birth: Aug. 9, 1745
Death: Feb. 1, 1771

Family links:
Spouse:
Jacob Mills (1743 - 1768)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Wife of Jacob Mills, age 25 years 6 months 12 days.

Burial:
Monfort Burial Ground
Fishkill Plains
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Created by: Suzanna Ashworth
Record added: Apr 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51775902



Catherine married Jacob Mills.90 Jacob was born on 23 Apr 1743,90 died on 27 Jan 176890 at age 24, and was buried after 27 Jan 1768 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Jacob Mills

Birth: Apr. 23, 1743
Death: Jan. 27, 1768

Family links:
Spouse:
Catherine Monfort Mills (1745 - 1771)

Inscription:
Wife of Catherine Morfort Mills, age 24 years 9 months 4 days.

Burial:
Monfort Burial Ground
Fishkill Plains
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Created by: Suzanna Ashworth
Record added: Apr 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51775903

198. Theodorus Monfort was born in 1723 in Queens, New York and died before 5 Jun 1769. Another name for Theodorus was Toodorus Monfort Theodorus Montford.

Death Notes: Probable -- based on sister's will

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: After 27 Dec 1725.

Theodorus married \\.453

Children from this marriage were:

   610 F    i. Margaret Monfort 307 was born before 5 Jun 1769.

   611 F    ii. Susanne Monfort 307 was born before 5 Jun 1769.

+ 612 M    iii. Elbert Monfoort 90,154 was born in Long Island, , New York315 and died on 3 Dec 1799.315

201. Cornelius Monfoort 33,312 was born in 1725136 and died between 26 Aug 1786 and 7 Mar 1792.136 Another name for Cornelius was Cornelius Monfort.136

Cornelius married Mary Abraham Monfoort,136.,261 daughter of Abraham Monfort 135,136,137 and Sarah Ditmas,.136.,137 Mary was born on 22 Jan 1727 in New York261 and died after 15 Oct 1758.263 Other names for Mary were Mary Monfoort, Molly Monfoort,136 Maette Monfort, and263 Mary Monfort.258

(Duplicate Line. See Person 162)

202. Marytie Monfoort 33,306 was born about 1727,23 was baptized in 1727,306 and died WFT Est 1757-182123 about age 30.

Marytie married William Janssen 306 on 8 Oct 1748.306

Marriage Notes:

[Source: A documentary history of het (the) Nederdeutsche gemeente, Dutch congregation, of Oyster Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau, now Long Island]

WILLIAM JANSSEN, of Gravesend, m., Oct. 8, 1748, Marytie
Monfoort of Fids., dau. of Cornelius and Maria Voorhis, bp. , 1727.

Issue :

"Oct. 15, 1749, is het Kint gedoopt Van William Janssen,
Annitie, en peet Marritie Monfoort Zyn vrau."

The child from this marriage was:

   613 F    i. Annitie Janssen 306 was born on 15 Oct 1749.306

205. Joost Monfoort 314 was born on 15 Jul 1724 in Oyster Bay, Queens (now Nassau), Long Island, New York and died in 1779 at age 55. Other names for Joost were Joost Monfort and Joost Montfort.454

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: CORT. GEN. PP 229/30, NO598

• Fact 2: GEN LI FAM, VOL I, P. 601 AND 602, N.56

Joost married Catrina Duryea,454 daughter of Abraham Duryee 313 and Elizabeth Polhemus,79,150 on 16 May 1746.23 Catrina was born on 6 Oct 172023,455 and died on 29 Sep 179923 at age 78. Other names for Catrina were Catherine Duryea, Catrÿna Duryea, and314 Catryntje Duryea.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Possibly born in 1726

Children from this marriage were:

   614 M    i. Peter Monfoort was born WFT Est 1740-177023 and died WFT Est 1746-184923 at age 6.

+ 615 M    ii. Abraham Monfoort 456 was born on 29 Jan 1754456 and died on 9 Oct 1824456 at age 70.

+ 616 M    iii. Jacobus Montfort 454 was born on 3 Nov 1757454 and died on 21 Nov 1835454 at age 78.

   617 M    iv. Daniel Monfoort 314 was born on 19 Feb 1764314 and died on 27 Dec 1847314 at age 83.

Daniel married Mary Simonson,314 daughter of Aaron Simonson 454 and Catharine Hoogland, on 30 Sep 1788.314 Mary was born on 16 Nov 1770,314 died on 31 Jan 1795314 at age 24, and was buried on 2 Feb 1795.314 They had no children.

   618 F    v. Dorothy Monfoort was born on 21 Dec 176723 and died on 15 May 184223 at age 74.

206. Pieter Monfoort 33,306 was born on 19 Jan 172733,49 and died on 6 Jul 1751311 at age 24. Other names for Pieter were Peter Monfort and33 Peter Montfort.33

General Notes:

[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol IV 1744-1753, p. 369]

Page 41.--Know all men by these Presents, that I, PETER MONTFORT, of Oyster Bay, yeoman, this June 28, 1751, being very sick, "and not knowing how soon my final change may come." I leave to my wife Margaret one of the best beds in my house with full furniture, and a cupboard, round table, brass kettle, a looking glass and new side saddle, "and a Tea kettle, pott and tackling or furniture of cups and saucers." My executors have authority to sell all houses and lands at discretion. I leave to my son Gerritt œ5, and I leave 1/2 of the remainder of the proceeds to my son Gerritt and my daughter Dorothy when of age. "My children shall be brought up in general with schooling sufficient for them." The other 1/2 I leave to my wife. I make my father, Jacobus Montfort, and my brother, Joost Montfort, executors.

Witnesses, Joost Durye, Willemptie Durye, Samuel Willis. Proved, November 1, 1751.

Pieter married Margariete Hardenberg,49,306 daughter of Garret Hardenberg 457 and Margaret Hoogland,457 before 28 Jun 1751. Margariete was born on 14 Sep 1727311 and died after 28 Jun 1751.458 Another name for Margariete was Margaret Hardenburgh.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 619 F    i. Dorothy Monfoort 306,458 was born on 18 Jan 1749306 and died after 28 Jun 1751.306,458

+ 620 M    ii. Garret Monfoort 459 was born on 19 Mar 1751,419 was baptized on 12 May 1751 in Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island, , New York,419 died on 17 Sep 1829419 at age 78, and was buried about 17 Sep 1829 in Mannetto Hill, , New York.419

207. Magdalena Monfoort 33 was born on 12 May 1729,33 died on 20 Dec 1785154 at age 56, and was buried after 20 Dec 1785 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90 Another name for Magdalena was Magdalen Monfort.33

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Magdalena Monfort

Birth: May 12, 1729
Death: Dec. 20, 1785

Inscription:
Wife of Peter, age 56 years 6 months 2 days.

Burial:
Monfort Burial Ground
Fishkill Plains
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Created by: Suzanna Ashworth
Record added: Apr 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51775911

Magdalena married Peter Monfoort,33,49,154 son of Elbert Peterse Monfort 153,154 and Annatje Remsen, in 1748.49 Peter was born on 3 Dec 1711 of The Fishkills,33,49,154 died on 25 Sep 1791154 at age 79, and was buried after 25 Sep 1791 in Monfort Burial Ground, Fishkill Plains, Dutchess, New Yorl.90 Other names for Peter were Peter Monfort,90 Peter Montford, and Sprout Peter.154

General Notes:

[Source: Henry Augustus Stoutenburgh, A Documentary History of Het (the) Nederdeutsche Gemeente: Dutch Congregation, of Oyster Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau, Now Long Island, Issues 1-5 (Google eBook), p. 349]

Stoutenburgh says Peter was the son of Elbert Monfoort and Susannah Van Wyck. However, his 1711 birthdate makes it more likely that he was the son of Elbert and his first wife, Annatje Remsen.

Stoutenburgh also says he "was the writer of the letters published in the Fishkill Standard in 1899, under the tite of "Sprout Peter", some fifty letters written to Peter Onderdonck of Cow Neck, found in the family of William Hegeman at Cedar Swamp, and translated by the compiler.--H.A.S."

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[Source: findagrave.com]

Peter Monfort

Birth: Dec. 3, 1711
Death: Sep. 25, 1791

Family links:
Children:
Peter Monfort (1759 - 1824)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Age 79 years 9 months 11 days.

Burial:
Monfort Burial Ground
Fishkill Plains
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Created by: Suzanna Ashworth
Record added: Apr 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51775915

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 296 Peter was the eldest son

(Duplicate Line. See Person 196)

208. Elbert J. Monfoort 316 was born on 11 Feb 1746 in Long Island, , New York315 and died on 26 Sep 1815315 at age 69. Another name for Elbert was Albert J. Montfort.460

Elbert married Altje Van Keuren 460 before 22 Oct 1797 in New Jersey.460 Altje was born on 2 May 1754315 and died on 4 Mar 1836315 at age 81. Another name for Altje was Altje Van Kuren.316

Children from this marriage were:

+ 621 F    i. Maria Monfoort 315 was born on 30 Jul 1783315 and died on 30 May 1862315 at age 78.

+ 622 F    ii. Jane Monfoort 316 was born on 12 Oct 1787316 and died on 27 Jan 1851316 at age 63.

   623 M    iii. Jeremiah Montfort 460 was born on 22 Oct 1797460 and was baptized on 10 Dec 1797 in New Hackensack, Dutchess, New York.460

   624 U    iv. Five other Monfoort .

209. Nicholas Wyckoff 7,8,166,169 was born on 1 Nov 16997,8 and died in 1778 in New Jersey at age 79.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

"He lived and died near Readington, N. J. Left a will."

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[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, pages 191, 192]

(19) Nicholas Wyckoff, b. about 1700; d. 1777; m. Elizabeth (???). Owned a farm and lived in Readington, Hunterdon county. Member of North Branch (Readington) Reformed Dutch Church. Children:

36. Peter, b. Mar. 19, 1724; d. Jan. 7, 1807; m. (1), Maria
Dildyn, b. Nov. 22, 1719; d. Feb. 7, 1758. (2) Jane; d.
Jan. 16, 1775. (3) Rebecca Emans; d. Sept. 17, 1807.
37. Samuel, b. June 9, 1725; d. 1813; m. (1), (marriage license
Nov. 25, 1749), Geertje Wyckoff, dau. of John and Gitty
Wyckoff. (2), (???), in Hampshire Co., Va.
38. Nicholas; d. 1807; m. Margaret, dau. of Isaac VanDeventer.
39. William; m. Mary, or Mollie (???).
40. John; m. Margaret (???).
41. Nellie.
Of the above I have no trace of the descendants of either William or John; both had issue. William had at least one son, Edward, who may have been the Edward who settled in Steuben county, N. Y., and who died suddenly from the sting of a bee. His descendants are mostly in Michigan. I have an autograph letter of John and Margaret to their brother Nicholas, living in Loudoun county, Va., dated 1805.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1697. 7,8

• Alt. Birth: 1 Nov 1699. 7,8 Monmouth County, New Jersey

Nicholas married Elizabeth 169 WFT Est 1712-1745. Elizabeth was born WFT Est 1684-1707 and died WFT Est 1727-1795 at age 43.

Marriage Notes: Nicholas and Elizabeth had at least one child:

Peter WYCKOFF

b: 19 March 1723/24 in Readington, Hntrdn., NJ
+Maria Dildine b: 22 November 1719 in NJ

This couple are the ancestors of Jean Anthony,
as below.

- Subject: Re: Van Nes c1590 1681 NLD>NY,USA deschill
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 1997 10:46:23 EST
From: JAGenealog <JAGenealog@aol.com>
To: dschilli@cafes.net

The child from this marriage was:

+ 625 M    i. Peter Wyckoff was born on 19 Mar 1724 and died on 7 Jan 1807 at age 82.

210. Pieter Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born on 28 Mar 1704 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 and died on 14 Nov 1776169 at age 72. Another name for Pieter was Peter Wyckoff Jr.

General Notes:

[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, page 192]

(20) Peter Wyckoff. Of this man I have no trace. Many years ago Judge Ralph Voorhees showed me a deed to Peter Wyckoff, of Long Island, for land in Hopewell, dated 1758, who, I think, was perhaps this Peter. About thirty years ago Mr. Amos V. Wyckoff, a member of the Harlingen church, stated to me that his ancestor, Peter, came from Long Island and bought a large tract of ground at Hopewell, and had sons, Jacob, John, and James. James married Hannah Stout and was ancestor of the Hopewell and Amwell families. I think Jacob married Sarah, daughter of John Hart, signer of the Declaration of Independence. As to John, he may be the one who married Sarah, daughter of Nicholas and Neeltje Ammerman, and had a large family, all of whom went West; in the first instance to Kentucky, and later to Indiana and other Western states. A John and Sarah had a son Nicholas, who married Susanna Flagg, of Flagtown, near Neshanic. Nicholas moved to Kentucky.

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[Source: New York City Wills, 1777-83]

Page 83.--"In the name of god, Amen, September 16, 1769. I, PETER WYCKOFF, of Flatlands, in Kings County. All debts to be paid. I leave to my wife Sarah my whole estate, real and personal, while she remains my widow, except œ800 and a piece of meadow in Flatlands at a place called Varkes Hook. I leave to my son Petrus a piece of meadow land in Flatlands at Varkes Hook, bounded west by Peter Lott, east by a small creek, south by Bastevers Kill, so called, north by the upland. I leave to my sons, John and Nicholas, each œ400. After the remarriage or death of my wife, I leave all my estate to my son Petrus, except œ800, which is the legacy of my other two sons. And my son Petrus is to pay to my daughter Sarah, wife of Dirck Amerman, œ200, and to my grandchildren, Cornelius Luyster and Elbert Luyster, children of my daughter Willemptie, deceased, each œ100. I leave to my grandsons, Petrus and John Luyster, sons of my daughter Neeltie, deceased, each œ100. I make my sons, Petrus and Nicholas, executors."

Witnesses, Johanes Lott, John Lott, John Strycker, Jr. Proved, May 28, 1779.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Unknown. 169

• Alt. Birth: 28 Mar 1704. 166

• Fact 1: 16 Sep 1769. Will dated

• Fact 2: 28 May 1779. Will probated

Pieter married Sarah Amerman,8,35,169,341 daughter of Jan Amerman 35,175,176,335 and Sara Wyckoff,7,8,35,155,170,171 on 5 Aug 1727.169 Sarah was born on 5 May 1705 in Flatlands and died on 20 Jun 1792169 at age 87. Other names for Sarah were Sara Amerman and Sarah Ammerman.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

"12. (12.) Pieter WYCKOFF, JR. (Pieter, Nicholas, Pieter Claesen), ...purchased from Koert Voorhees and his wife Petronella, under date of Feb. 28, 1737, the property and house on Canarsie Lane, afterward known as the old Wyckoff house. Here begins the chain of title through his descendants to the last Wyckoff owner, John A. WYCKOFF (No. 176).

A deed dated Jan. 12, 1768, is from John WYCKOFF of Somerset County N. J., to Pieter WYCKOFF, Jr., his father, 150 acres of land in Somerset County, consideration L600. Another deed, dated Apr. 28, 1770, is from John WYCKOFF and Sara his wife, of Somerset County, N. J., to Pieter WICKOFF of Flatlands, of 101 acres in Somerset County, N. J.; consideration L480. A deed to him Mar. 26, 1743, of 15 acres in Flatlands, N. Y., is signed by six Van Noordstrandts. A deed to him, Mar 8, 1745, is of 20 acres in Flatbush, from Thomas Stillwell of Flatlands. The family Bible of Pieter WYCKOFF, Jr., containing full records of his family and several succeeding generations, is in existence today in a good state of preservation. It is in the Dutch language; is very large, firmly bound, and with great metal clasps.

Children :

Willemptje, born July 25, 1728; died May 2, 1764; married Oct. 26, 1753, Garret Luyster. Had sons Cornelius and Elbert.

John, born May 30, 1730; died Sept. 21, 1730.

Sarah, born May 20, 1732; died Apr. 1, 1764; married Dirck Ammerman.

26. John, born May 26, 1734.
Nelly, born Jan. 25, 1736; died Nov. 13, 1765; married Petrus Luyster.
Had sons Petrus and John Luyster.

27. Pieter A. (or Petrus), born May 8, 1737.
Alleta (or Altje), born Sept. 9, 1739; died Aug. 25, 1767; unmarried.
Unnamed child, born Feb. 2, 1742; died Feb. 10, 1742.

28. Nicholas, born Mar. 23, 1743.
Jacobus, born May 18, 1745; died Sept 14, 1749."

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

"Sarah [was the] daughter of Jan Amerman."


Children from this marriage were:

   626 M    i. John Wyckoff was born on 30 May 1730 and died on 21 Sep 1730.

   627 F    ii. Sarah Wyckoff was born on 20 May 1732 and died WFT Est 1733-1826 at age 1.

Sarah married Dirck Amerman.

+ 628 M    iii. John Wyckoff was born on 26 May 1734 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York and died in 1812 at age 78.

+ 629 F    iv. Neeltje Wyckoff was born on 25 Jan 1736 and died before 16 Sep 1769.

   630 M    v. Pieter A. Wyckoff was born on 8 May 1737 and died after 16 Sep 1769. Another name for Pieter was Petrus Wyckoff.

+ 631 F    vi. Willemptje Wyckoff 461 was born on 25 Jul 1738 and died on 2 May 1764 at age 25.

   632 F    vii. Altje Wyckoff was born on 9 Sep 1739 and died on 25 Aug 1767 at age 27. Another name for Altje was Alletta Wyckoff.

   633 U    viii. \\ Wyckoff was born on 2 Feb 1742 and died on 10 Feb 1742.

   634 M    ix. Nicholas Wyckoff was born on 23 Mar 1743 and died after 16 Sep 1769.

   635 M    x. Jacobus Wyckoff was born on 18 May 1745 and died on 14 Sep 1749 at age 4.

211. John Wyckoff 7,8,166,328 was born in 17057,8,169 and died between 4 Sep 1757 and 8 Nov 1757.329

General Notes:

[Source: Abstracts of Wills Vol V 1754-1760, pp. 199, 200]

Page 399.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN WYCKOFF, of Newtown, being sick. I leave to my wife Adryana œ30 a year so long as she shall live, and two beds and a negro woman. I leave to my son Wilhelminus all the lands and meadows I have in Newtown, with the improvements, and he is to pay œ10 a year to his mother. I leave to my daughter Cornelia, wife of Cornelius Rapalye, Jr., and Willamtie, all my bonds, and they are to pay œ20 a year to their mother. All the rest to my children. I make my son Wilhelminus and my daughters executors.

Dated September 4, 1757. Witnesses, Abraham Riker, Andrew Riker, William Van Wyck. Proved, November 8, 1757. William Van Wyck being a known Quaker.

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[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, page 192]

(21) John Wyckoff, b. 1705; d. Sept. 24, 1757; m. Adriana, dau. of Rev. Gulielmus Lupardus Famer. Lived in Newtown, L. I. Was a prominent man and an officer of the Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown. Children:

42. Wilhelmus, bap. May 15, 1731; d. Sep. 2, 1767; m., May 2, 1755, Phebe, dau. of John Vanderveer.
43. Cornelia; m. Cornelius Rapelye, Jr.
44. Willemtie; m., Oct. 11, 1757, Nicholas Schenck.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1705. 7,8,169 Newton, Queens, Long Island, New York

• Will: 4 Sep 1757. 462

• Will Proved: 8 Nov 1757. 462

John married Adriana Lupardus,349 daughter of Rev. Gulielmus Lupardus 344 and Cornelia Van Wessell,344 ____________.169 Adriana was born on 29 Dec 1697 in Nieuw Amersfoort (Ltr Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY)349 and died after 21 Mar 1781. Other names for Adriana were Adrianne Lupardus and344 Adrajana Wickoff.

Marriage Notes:

13. (13.) John WYCKOFF (Pieter, Nicholas, Pieter Claesen)...
Apr. 9, 1726, he bought of Nathaniel Hazard 103 acres, since owned by Cornelius Purdy; afterwards bought a farm in Hell-gate Neck, later owned by Peter Rapaiye, both farms in New-
town. Was Justice of Peace, also Elder and Deacon in Dutch Reformed Church, Newtown.

Children:

29. Wilhemus, bapt. Aug. 15, 1731.
Cornelia, married May 25, 1756, Cornelius Rapalye, Jr.
Willemtie, married Oct. 11, 1757, Nicholes Schenck of Canarsie."

- The Wyckoff Family in America.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

"...Adriana, daughter of Rev. Gulielmus Lupardus, born Dec. 29, 1697; lived in Newtown, L. I., but was born probably in Flatlands."


Children from this marriage were:

   636 F    i. Willemtje Wyckoff 347 died after 4 Sep 1757. Another name for Willemtje was Willamte Wyckoff.

Willemtje married Nicholas Schenck,346 son of Stephen Schenck 346 and Antie Wyckoff,7,8,155 on 11 Oct 1757.347 Nicholas was born on 4 Sep 1732347 and died on 3 Apr 1810347 at age 77.

+ 637 M    ii. Wilhelminius Wyckoff was born before 15 May 1731, was baptized on 15 May 1731, and died about 21 Mar 1781.

+ 638 F    iii. Cornelia Wyckoff 328 was born about 1733328 and died on 16 Jan 1824328 about age 91.

212. Jacobus Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born about 1708 in Nieuw Amersfoort (Ltr Flatlands, Brooklyn, Kings Co., Long Island, New York City, NY)72,330 and died on 16 Jun 1774 in Somerset County, New Jersey72 about age 66. Another name for Jacobus was Jacobus Wikoff.

General Notes:

[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, pages 192, 193]

(22) Jacobus Wyckoff; m., Mar. 1745, Catalyntje, dau. of Joachim Gulick. He probably lived on Long Island until about 1748, when he moved to Somerset county, where he owned a farm. Most of his children were bap. in Six-Mile Run church. Children:

45. Peter, b. Dec., 1749; m. Sarah Beekman, dau. of Christopher Beekman. He moved to Virginia, and, later, to Adams co., Ohio.
46. Johannis, bap. June 17, 1747. He moved to Virginia and had some children, but nothing is known of their names or residences. One of his granddaughters married a Boggs, and moved to Central New York.
47. Jacobus. Probably lived in Somerset co., and had no issue.
48. Joachim, b. Nov. 18, 1749; d. May 18, 1841; m. Hannah Yerkese, b. Mch. 15, 1755; d. Oct. 23, 1844. Soldier in Revolution; moved to Brooke co., West Virginia, where he owned and worked a farm. He was father of 13 children, and his descendants are very numerous; some are clergymen, and one, Hon. I Newton Wyckoff, is now Mayor of Wheeling, W. Va.
49. Willempe, bap. Dec. 16, 1750.
50. Evaetje, bap. Oct. 15, 1752.
51. Antje, bap. May 23, 1754.
52. Jannetje, bap. Aug. 17, 1755.
53. Cornelius, bap. June 30, 1757; d. young.
54. Sarah, bap. Dec. 17, 1758.
55. Catharine, bap. June 15, 1760; d. Apr. 28, 1838; unm. Lived at Readington.
56. Neetje, bap. June 6, 1762.
57. Cornelius, b. Dec. 29, 1763; d. Apr. 14, 1840; m., Jan. 6, 1791, Elizabeth Cornell, b. Jan. 16, 1769; d. Jan. 27, 1828.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Unknown. 72

• Alt. Birth: 1708. 72,330

• Alt. Birth: 1708. 72,330 Flatlands, Long Island, New York

Jacobus married Catelyntie Gulik, daughter of Joachim Gulick, in Mar 1745.72.,349.,463 Catelyntie was born on 5 Jan 1723 in Somerset County, New Jersey72,164,464 and died in 1775 in Somerset County, New Jersey72,464 at age 52.

Marriage Notes:

"[This family]...lived in Somerset County N. J.
His [Jacobus'] will was proved June 16, 1774."

- The WYCKOFF Family in America

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger]

Surname is evidently spelled "GULICK" in "The Wyckoff Family in America."

Dob bef 1730 - P.C. WYCKOFF: Website of His Anc. & Desc.

**********************
Pob is given only by "The Wyckoff Family in America," 3rd. Ed.

Pod is given only in "The Wyckoff Family in America."


Children from this marriage were:

   639 M    i. Jacobus Wikoff died in Jun 1787.349

Jacobus married Cornelia Huse 349 ____________.465

   640 M    ii. Peter Wikoff was born on 5 Dec 1745.349

   641 F    iii. Willemptje Wikoff was born in 1747.465

   642 M    iv. Johannes Wikoff 349 was born in 1747 in New Utrect, , NJ.349

General Notes:

"[Johannes] was living in 1738...
Settled in Connewango near Gettysburg, Penna."
- The WYCKOFF Family in America

Johannes married \\ 349 ____________.349

Marriage Notes: "Johannes...was married and had a daughter who
married _________Boggs."

+ 643 M    v. Joachim Wikoff 466,467,468 was born on 18 Nov 1749 in New Jersey72,468 and died on 18 May 1841 in Hancock Co., West Virginia72,468 at age 91.

   644 F    vi. Evaetje Wikoff was born before 15 Oct 1752 and was baptized on 15 Oct 1752.465

   645 F    vii. Antje Wikoff was born in 1754.164

   646 F    viii. Jannetje Wikoff was born before 17 Aug 1755 and was baptized on 17 Aug 1755.465

   647 F    ix. Sarah Wikoff was born before 17 Dec 1758 and was baptized on 17 Dec 1758.465

Sarah married Abraham Post 465 ____________.465

Sarah next married \\ McKinney 465 on 10 Feb 1779.465

   648 F    x. Cathelyntje Wikoff was born on 5 Apr 1760465 and died on 28 Apr 1838 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey465 at age 78. Another name for Cathelyntje was Katherine Wikoff.

General Notes:

Catherine was unmarried.

   649 F    xi. Neltje Wikoff was born before 6 Jun 1762 and was baptized on 6 Jun 1762.465

   650 M    xii. Cornelius J. Wikoff was born on 29 Dec 1763465 and died on 14 Apr 1840 at age 76.

214. Jannetie Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born on 31 Mar 1713 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 and died on 2 Nov 1772169 at age 59. Another name for Jannetie was Janetie Wyckoff.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: 22 Jun 1743. 169 NJ

Jannetie married Cornelius Vanderveer 169 ____________.169

The child from this marriage was:

   651 F    i. Willemptie Vanderveer 321 was born before 25 May 1753469 and died after 25 May 1753.470

216. Martin Wyckoff 7,8,166 was born on 20 Jun 1718 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 and died in 18037,8 at age 85. Another name for Martin was Marten Wyckoff 7,8.,166

General Notes:

[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, page 193]

(24) Martin Wyckoff, b. Jan. 20, 1718; d. 1803. Lived "on the mountain" not far from Readington. He built a stone house which is still standing, and in which seven generations of Wyckoffs were born. Children:

62. Elias; d. 1802; m. (1), Sarah Fouger; (2), Rachel Hubbard.
63. Peter; m. (1), (???) Vandevoort; (2), (???) Hegeman.
64. Jacob, b. Aug. 12, 1747; d. July 23, 1806; m. Sarah Van
Arsdall, d. Sept. 20, 1797. Lived in Morris county, near
Mendham.
65. Martin, b. May 23, 1749; d. Jan. 19, 1831; m. Charity
Newell, b. Jan. 12, 1750; d. Dec., 1824.
66. Willempe, b. Sept. 20, 1752; d. May 2, 1829; m. (1), Jan.
26, 1769, Peter Cozine, b. Sept. 3, 1744; d. Aug. 8, 1779;
(2), May 24, 1780, Abraham Voorhees, b. May 2, 1753; d.
Feb. 19, 1808.
67. Joseph, bap. Apr. 13, 1755; d. young.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 20 Jun 1718. 166

• Alt. Birth: 30 Jun 1718. 166

• Alt. Birth: 30 Jun 1718. 169 Long Island, New York

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1719-1808. 7,8

Martin married \\ between 1738 and 1749.7.,8

Children from this marriage were:

   652 M    i. Peter Wyckoff 7,8 was born between 1739 and 17507,8 and died between 1745 and 1837.7,8

   653 M    ii. Elias Wyckoff 7,8 was born in 17427,8 and died between 1743 and 1832.7,8

   654 M    iii. Jacob Wyckoff 7,8 was born on 12 Aug 17477,8 and died on 20 Sep 1797471 at age 50. Another name for Jacob was Jacob Wycoff 7.,8

Jacob married Sara Van Arsdalen,8,35,107,174.,472 daughter of Jan Van Arsdale and Sarah Wyckoff,7,8,9,24,35,40,41,45,166,167,169,181,188,319.,332.,333 Sara was born in 1747 in , Somerset, New Jersey,8,35 was baptized on 4 May 1747 in Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey,174 and died after 30 Nov 1749.334 Other names for Sara were Sara Van Arsdale,8,35,107,174 and472 Sara Van Arsdale.

Birth Notes:

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 8,35 Harlingen, Somerset Co., New Jersey

   655 M    iv. Martin Wyckoff 7,8 was born on 23 May 17497,8 and died between 1750 and 1839.7,8

Martin next married \\ between 1739 and 1758.7.,8

Children from this marriage were:

   656 F    i. Willempte Wyckoff 7,8 was born on 20 Sep 17527,8 and died between 1753 and 1846.7,8

   657 M    ii. Joseph Wyckoff 7,8 was born before 13 Apr 1755 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey7,8 and died between 1774 and 1790.7,8

217. Sarah Wyckoff 7,8,9,24,35,40,41,45,166,167,169,181,188,319,332,333 was born in 1720 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166,167 and died after 30 Nov 1749 in Will Of John Vanarsdalen (Wife Not Named).334 Other names for Sarah were Sarah Van Voorhees,7,8,22,35,40,166,169,175,177,178,332,333 Sarah Wyckoff Van Voorhees,7,8,35,40,166,169,332,333 Sarah Vanvorhees 107,174,175., and176

General Notes:

[Source: The Hannam Genealogy, compiled by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.]

Some sources show Sarah as the daughter of Pieter and Elizabeth Van Pelt. Based on her date of birth (1720) and the estimated year of Willemtje Schenck's death (bef 1716) this makes sense. However, the parentage of Anne Elizabeth Van Pelt and her date of birth is in question.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 23 February 2015

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1695. 166,174

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1701. 8,41,45,166,188,473

• Alt. Birth: Between 1708 and 1736. 7,8,9,174,319

• Alt. Death: Between 1712 and 1818. 7,8,9,319

• Alt. Death: Between 1751 and 1790. 7,8,174

Sarah married Jan Van Arsdale, son of Cornelius Simonsz Van Aersdale 174 and Marretje Dirkse Amerman,183,184 on 3 Apr 1743 in Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings, New York.174 Jan was born in 1696 in Flatlands, Kings, New York22,35,41,175,176,177,188 and died between 30 Nov 1749 and 26 Mar 1750.35,175,176,474 Other names for Jan were Jan Van Aersdalen,175,176,179 Jan Van Arsdalen John Or Jan Simonse, Jan Van Arsdalen,174,175,176,178,474,475 Jan Or John Van Arsdalen,22,175,176,177 John Cornelisse Van Arsdalen 7,8,9,24,41,45,179,181,188,335., and476

General Notes:

[Source: Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island New York, page 308]

John or Jan Simonse of Flds, m. 1st, Oct. 22, 1719, Jannetje Dorlant of New Jamaica; m. 2d Lammetje dau. of Christoffel Probasko; m. 3d, Apl. 3, 1743, Sarah Van Voorhees; (sup.) m. 4th, Apl. 2, 1751, Libertje Newberrie, a wid., of Flh. May 10, 1700, he bought of his brother Cornelis the farm in Gd Cornelis bought of his father. Issue:--Christopher of N. J.; and John. Signed his name "Jan Van Aersdalen."

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[Source: Van Arsdale Genealogy: Descendants of Dirck Jansz Ammerman, Jo Ann Ramseyer]

5. JAN VAN ARSDALEN (MARITJE DIRCKSE2 AMMERMAN, DIRCK JANSZ1) was born Abt. 1696 in Gravesend, NY, and died 1750. He married (1) JANNETJE DORLAND 22 October 1719 in Dutch Reformed Church, New York. He married (2) SARAH WYCKOFF VAN VORHEES 03 April 1743 in Dutch Reformed Church, New York.

Notes for JAN VAN ARSDALEN:
Abstract of Will of jan [John] Van Arsdalen.
Vanarsdalen, Jan, of Somerset Co, New Jersey. 30 November 1749. Wife Estate during Widowhood for maintenance of Children, viz., Cornelis, [oldest], Garret, johannis, isack, Maritue [wife of John Vannuise], Johanna and Sara. An espected child. After remarriage or death of my wife estate to be divided equally among them. Executors: Brothers, Philip Van Arsdalen and Nicholas Wycof. I order that the children from my first wife shall first have out of my estate 57 pounds, Etc. Witnesses: Abraham Vanarsdalen, Josound [Johannis] Sait [Hait]. Nicholas Wycoff. proved 26 march 1650. [Book E, page 376].

1753, may 9: Inventory (688.8.0 Pounds) Includes Negro Wench and Child, 50 Pounds; Bonds, 465.18.0 Pounds; Bonds in York Money, 95.18.0 pounds; made by Saggijyus [Zaccheus] Van Voorhees, Petris Quick.

Children of JAN VAN ARSDALEN and JANNETJE DORLAND are:
i. CORNELIUS4 VAN ARSDALEN, b. Abt. 1721; m. FEMMETIE VAN NUYS, Abt. 1743.
ii. MARRETIE VAN ARSDALEN, b. 1724, Jamaica, Long Island, NY7; m. JOHN VAN NUYS, Abt. 1741.
iii. GARRET VAN ARSDALEN, b. 1727, Jamaica, Long Island, NY8; d. 1787, York [Now Adams County] PA; m. LUCRETIA HEGEMEN.
14. iv. JOHANNIS [JOHN] VAN ARSDALEN, b. 1731, Readington, Hunterdon Co, NJ; d. 1772, York [Now Adams County] PA.
v. JANNETJE VAN ARSDALEN, b. 1735, Readington, hunterdon Co, NJ9; d. Bef. 1750.
vi. JOHANNA VAN ARSDALEN, b. 1737-1738, Readington, hunterdon Co, NJ10; m. JOSEPH HEGEMEN, 1759-1760.

Children of JAN VAN ARSDALEN and SARAH VAN VORHEES are:
15. vii. ISAAC4 VAN ARSDALEN, b. 31 August 1744, Harlingen, Somerset Co, NJ; d. 1772, York [Now Adams County] PA.
viii. SARA VAN ARSDALEN, b. 1747, Somerset Co, NJ11; m. JACOB WYCOFF.
ix. ALTE VAN ARSDALEN, b. 175012.

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[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol VIII, pages 101, 102]

CHILDREN OF CORNELIS VAN ARSDALEN (3) AND MARRETJE DIRKSE: ...
...

JAN; d. 1750; settled on the Harlingen, N. J., tract, in Somerset Co. On May 4, 1741, he and Hendrick Vanderveer jointly purchased Lot No. 21 of Cornelius Van Duyn, of Brooklyn. (Trenton Deeds, Book G 2, p. 494). Will shows he had two wives, the second Mary (???). It was probated May 26, 1750, and names as ch., CORNELIUS, GARRET, JOHANNIS, ISAAC, MARITIE (wife of John Van Nuise), JOHANNA and SARA; also an expected child. His executors were his brother Philip and Nicolas Wyckoff. Second wife living but not named. (Trenton Wills, Book E, p. 350). His ch. Johannis, Jannetje (deceased in 1750) and Johanna were baptized at Readington 1731 and later, and he was a deacon of that church in 1733, and elder in 1736. It is said that the Rev. Cornelius C. Van Arsdale, D. D., prominent minister in Philadelphia (1841-9), who d. in 1856, was Jan's grandson.

2For mention of some New York State descendants of this John, see Riker's "Newtown," p. 307.

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[Source: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 1670-1760]

Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. II 1730-1750. Part II

Page: 493
Name: John (Jan) Vanarsdalen
Date: 30 Nov 1749
Location: Somerset Co.

Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. II 1730-1750. Part II

will of. wife estate during widowhood for maintenance of children, viz., Cornelis (eldest), Garret, Johannis, Isack, Maritie (wife of John Vannuise), Johanna and Sara. An expected child. After remarriage or death of wife estate to be divided equally among them. Executors--brothers, Philip Vanarsdalen and Nicholas Wyckof. I order that children by my first wife shall first have out of my estate £57, etc. Witnesses--Abraham Vanarsdalen, Josound (Johannis) Sait (Hait), Nicholas Wyckoff. Proved 26 March, 1750.

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: 174 Farmer

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1695. 8,35,41,45,175,176,188

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1696. 8,35,40,181 Gravesend, New York

• Alt. Birth: 1696. 7,8,174 Gravesend, Flatlands, Kings County, New York

• Alt. Birth: 1696. 178 Gravesend, Kings, New York

• Alt. Death: Between 1725 and 1787. 7,8,9,35,175,176

• Alt. Death: 30 Nov 1749. 22,35,41,175,176,177,188

• Will: 30 Nov 1749. 474

• Alt. Death: 1750. 174,178,474 Harlingen, Somerset County, New York

• Will: 26 Mar 1750. 474 Probated

Children from this marriage were:

+ 658 M    i. Isaac Van Arsdale 8,24,35,40,41,45,181,188,399,472,477,478,479,480,481 was born on 31 Aug 1744 in Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey,174 was baptized on 23 Nov 1744 in Dutch Reformed Church, Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey, died in 1772 in Dutch Settlement At Conewago, Pennsylvania482 at age 28, and was buried in 1772 in Conewago, York (Now Adams), Pennsylvania.107,174,178

   659 F    ii. Sara Van Arsdalen 8,35,107,174,472 was born in 1747 in , Somerset, New Jersey,8,35 was baptized on 4 May 1747 in Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey,174 and died after 30 Nov 1749.334 Other names for Sara were Sara Van Arsdale,8,35,107,174 and472 Sara Van Arsdale.

Birth Notes:

Sara married Jacob Wyckoff,7.,8 son of Martin Wyckoff 7,8,166 and \\. Jacob was born on 12 Aug 17477,8 and died on 20 Sep 1797471 at age 50. Another name for Jacob was Jacob Wycoff 7.,8

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Between 1748 and 1837. 471

   660 F    iii. Altje Van Arsdale 8,35,472 was born in 1750 in Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey8,35 and died between 1751 and 1844.174 Other names for Altje were Alte Van Arsdalen, Alte Van Arsdalen 8,35. and472

Sarah next married Isaac Van Voorhees,7,8,175,333 son of Jan Lucasse Voorhees 225 and Mayke Roelofse Schenck,109,195,483 after 30 Nov 1749. Isaac was born on 16 Mar 1716 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York484 and died between 1759 and 1821.7,8 Another name for Isaac was Isaac Voorhees 7,8,175.,333

General Notes:

[Source: 12297.GED]

Isaac and Sarah lived at Six Mile Run and Harlingen. Isaac and Helena lived at Freehold and possibly Six Mile Run.

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Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1702 and 1734. 484

The child from this marriage was:

   661 M    i. John Voorhees .

218. Derick Amerman 8,35,170 was born before 1705,170 died on 19 Mar 1781 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,90 and was buried after 19 Mar 1781 in Old Springfield Cemetery, Springfield Gardens, Queens, New York.90 Other names for Derick were Derrick Amberman,90 Dirck Amerman, and Dirck Ammerman.

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Derrick Amberman

Birth: 1704
Flatlands
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA
Death: Mar. 19, 1781
Jamaica
Queens County
New York, USA

Derrick Amberman
1704-1781

Derrick Amberman, age 77, died on March 19, 1781 in Jamaica, Queens County, New York. He was born in 1704 in Flatlands, Kings County, New York to Jan Dirckse Amberman (1674-1757) and Sara Wyckoff (1681-1747). He married Margareitje Danielse Polhemus (1704-1777) in 1727 at Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church in Flatlands, Kings County, New York. They had five children: Sarah, Daniel, Cornelius, John and Derick Amberman.

Page 194...NY Historical Society 1904, Vol 37, Abstracts of Wills, V.13, 1784-1786, GEN 974.7 N532

In the name of God, Amen. I, Derrick Amberman, of Jamaica, Queens County, yeoman, being in good health at present. I leave to my beloved son John 5 pounds, and my great Dutch Bible. To Margaret, my dearly beloved wife, the best bed and its furniture, all her wearing clothes, my cupboard and all the linens that shall be therin and 30 pounds a year during her widowhood or for life. The whole of my estate, real or personal, in Jamaica or elsewhere I empower my executors to make sale of and turn into money at the best advantage within a reasonable time after my decease, and the monies therefrom to be applied as follows: I give for the maintenance of my son Daniel 300 pounds, he to be maintained amongst my three children, and after his death waht may be left thereof to be divided amongst my said children, namely, John, Derrick's heirs and Sarah. The rest of my estate I order to be divided into three parts, half one part to my son John, or if dead to his children, one part to the children of my son Derrick, deceased, one to my daughter Sarah, or if dead to her children, and one half part to my son Cornelius if at that time he be within the Kings lines, if not to his children when at lawful age. I appoint my trusty and loving brother, Peter Amberman, of Kings County, my loving cousin, Peter Wickoff, of Flat Lands, Kings County, and my friend and cousin, Peter Amberman, at Staten Island, executors, allowing them reasonable satrisfaction for their trouble.

Dated March 19, 1781. Witnesses, Simon Lamberson, Nathaniel Box, of Jamaica, yeoman; Barnardus Lamberson. Proved, New York, April 12, 1784.

The following Research notes contributed to this biography of Derrick and his wife Margaret Amberman.

NY Historical Society, 1904, Vol 37, Abstracts of Wills, V.13, 1784-1786, GEN 974.7 N532..Derrick Amberman whose wife is Margaret (Polhemius) Amberman.

Family links:
Parents:
Jan Dirckse Amerman/Amberman (1674 - 1757)
Sara Wyckoff Amberman (1681 - 1747)

Spouse:
Margareitje Danielse Polhemus (1704 - 1777)*

Children:
Cornelius Amerman Amberman (1738 - 1786)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Old Springfield Cemetery
Springfield Gardens
Queens County
New York, USA

Created by: Shirley Amberman Guenett...
Record added: Jun 09, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 112049914

Noted events in his life were:

• Comment 1: 170 Named as "eldest" by father, Jan Amerman

• Alt. Death: 1784, Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York. 343

Derick married Margaret Polhemius,8,35 daughter of Daniel Polhemus 485 and Neetlje Vanderveer,485 in 1727 in Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, King, New York.90 Margaret was born on 18 Apr 1704 in Flatlands, Kings, New York,90 died in 1784 in Hillsborough, Somerset, New Jersey90 at age 80, and was buried in 1784 in Old Springfield Cemetery, Springfield Gardens, Queens, New York.90 Another name for Margaret was Margareitje Danielse Polhemus.90

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Margareitje Danielse "Margaret" Polhemus

Birth: Apr. 18, 1704
Flatlands
Kings County (Brooklyn)
New York, USA
Death: 1784
Hillsborough
Somerset County
New Jersey, USA

Margareitje Danielse Polhemus
1704-1784

Margareitje "Margaret" Danielse Polhemus, age 72, died in 1784. She was born to Daniel Polhemus (1662-1730) and Neeltjie Cornelise Vanderveer (1668-1705) on April 18, 1704 in Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She married Derrick Amberman (1704-1781) in 1727 at Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church in Flatlands, Kings County, New York. They had five children: Sarah, Daniel, Cornelius, John and Derick Amberman.

In her husband's Will: To Margaret, my dearly beloved wife, I leave my best bed and its furniture, all her wearing clothes, my cupboard and all the linens that shall be therin and 30 pounds a year during her widowhood or for life.

Margaret Amberman was buried at Springfield Gardens Cemetery in Jamaica, Queens County, New York.

Family links:
Spouse:
Derrick Amberman (1704 - 1781)

Children:
Cornelius Amerman Amberman (1738 - 1786)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Old Springfield Cemetery
Springfield Gardens
Queens County
New York, USA

Created by: Shirley Amberman Guenett...
Record added: Jun 10, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 112084537


Children from this marriage were:

+ 662 M    i. Cornelius Amerman 90 was born about 15 Jan 1738 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York,90 was baptized on 15 Jan 1738 in Jamaica Dutch Reformed Church, Jamaica, Queens, New York,90 died in 1786 in Jamaica, Queens (Long Island), New York90 about age 48, and was buried in 1786 in Unknown.90

   663 M    ii. John Amberman died after 19 Mar 1781.

   664 M    iii. Derrick Amberman died before 19 Mar 1781.

   665 F    iv. Sarah Amberman died after 19 Mar 1781.

   666 M    v. Daniel Amberman died after 19 Mar 1781.

219. Sarah Amerman 8,35,169,341 was born on 5 May 1705 in Flatlands and died on 20 Jun 1792169 at age 87. Other names for Sarah were Sara Amerman and Sarah Ammerman.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

"Sarah [was the] daughter of Jan Amerman."

Sarah married Pieter Wyckoff,7,8,166 son of Peter Wyckoff and Willemtje Jansen Schenck,40,42,45,166,167 on 5 Aug 1727.169 Pieter was born on 28 Mar 1704 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York166 and died on 14 Nov 1776169 at age 72. Another name for Pieter was Peter Wyckoff Jr.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

"12. (12.) Pieter WYCKOFF, JR. (Pieter, Nicholas, Pieter Claesen), ...purchased from Koert Voorhees and his wife Petronella, under date of Feb. 28, 1737, the property and house on Canarsie Lane, afterward known as the old Wyckoff house. Here begins the chain of title through his descendants to the last Wyckoff owner, John A. WYCKOFF (No. 176).

A deed dated Jan. 12, 1768, is from John WYCKOFF of Somerset County N. J., to Pieter WYCKOFF, Jr., his father, 150 acres of land in Somerset County, consideration L600. Another deed, dated Apr. 28, 1770, is from John WYCKOFF and Sara his wife, of Somerset County, N. J., to Pieter WICKOFF of Flatlands, of 101 acres in Somerset County, N. J.; consideration L480. A deed to him Mar. 26, 1743, of 15 acres in Flatlands, N. Y., is signed by six Van Noordstrandts. A deed to him, Mar 8, 1745, is of 20 acres in Flatbush, from Thomas Stillwell of Flatlands. The family Bible of Pieter WYCKOFF, Jr., containing full records of his family and several succeeding generations, is in existence today in a good state of preservation. It is in the Dutch language; is very large, firmly bound, and with great metal clasps.

Children :

Willemptje, born July 25, 1728; died May 2, 1764; married Oct. 26, 1753, Garret Luyster. Had sons Cornelius and Elbert.

John, born May 30, 1730; died Sept. 21, 1730.

Sarah, born May 20, 1732; died Apr. 1, 1764; married Dirck Ammerman.

26. John, born May 26, 1734.
Nelly, born Jan. 25, 1736; died Nov. 13, 1765; married Petrus Luyster.
Had sons Petrus and John Luyster.

27. Pieter A. (or Petrus), born May 8, 1737.
Alleta (or Altje), born Sept. 9, 1739; died Aug. 25, 1767; unmarried.
Unnamed child, born Feb. 2, 1742; died Feb. 10, 1742.

28. Nicholas, born Mar. 23, 1743.
Jacobus, born May 18, 1745; died Sept 14, 1749."

General Notes:

[Source: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol II, page 192]

(20) Peter Wyckoff. Of this man I have no trace. Many years ago Judge Ralph Voorhees showed me a deed to Peter Wyckoff, of Long Island, for land in Hopewell, dated 1758, who, I think, was perhaps this Peter. About thirty years ago Mr. Amos V. Wyckoff, a member of the Harlingen church, stated to me that his ancestor, Peter, came from Long Island and bought a large tract of ground at Hopewell, and had sons, Jacob, John, and James. James married Hannah Stout and was ancestor of the Hopewell and Amwell families. I think Jacob married Sarah, daughter of John Hart, signer of the Declaration of Independence. As to John, he may be the one who married Sarah, daughter of Nicholas and Neeltje Ammerman, and had a large family, all of whom went West; in the first instance to Kentucky, and later to Indiana and other Western states. A John and Sarah had a son Nicholas, who married Susanna Flagg, of Flagtown, near Neshanic. Nicholas moved to Kentucky.

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[Source: New York City Wills, 1777-83]

Page 83.--"In the name of god, Amen, September 16, 1769. I, PETER WYCKOFF, of Flatlands, in Kings County. All debts to be paid. I leave to my wife Sarah my whole estate, real and personal, while she remains my widow, except œ800 and a piece of meadow in Flatlands at a place called Varkes Hook. I leave to my son Petrus a piece of meadow land in Flatlands at Varkes Hook, bounded west by Peter Lott, east by a small creek, south by Bastevers Kill, so called, north by the upland. I leave to my sons, John and Nicholas, each œ400. After the remarriage or death of my wife, I leave all my estate to my son Petrus, except œ800, which is the legacy of my other two sons. And my son Petrus is to pay to my daughter Sarah, wife of Dirck Amerman, œ200, and to my grandchildren, Cornelius Luyster and Elbert Luyster, children of my daughter Willemptie, deceased, each œ100. I leave to my grandsons, Petrus and John Luyster, sons of my daughter Neeltie, deceased, each œ100. I make my sons, Petrus and Nicholas, executors."

Witnesses, Johanes Lott, John Lott, John Strycker, Jr. Proved, May 28, 1779.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Unknown. 169

• Alt. Birth: 28 Mar 1704. 166

• Fact 1: 16 Sep 1769. Will dated

• Fact 2: 28 May 1779. Will probated

(Duplicate Line. See Person 210)

220. Nicholas Amerman 8,35,170 was born in 1709-1714 in Flatlands, , New York342 and died in Apr 1777-Oct 1777 in Hillborough Township, Somerset, New Jersey342 at age 68.

General Notes:

[Source: Genealogies of New Jersey Families, Volume II, A Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey, Amerman (Ammerman, Amberman, Amertman), pp. 300-308]

A GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF NEW JERSEY

COMPILED BY CHARLES CARROLL GARDNER
Associate Editor of the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey

NICHOLAS3 AMERMAN, son of Jan2, b. 1709-14 at Flat- lands; d. between Apr. and Oct., 1777, in Hillsborough tp., Som. Co., N. J.; md. Neeltje Polhemus, apparently an unrecorded dau. of Daniel and Neeltje Polhemus, b. about 1705. They were prob. md. in Kings County, but soon settled in Somerset Co., N. J., after a short stay in or near Readington, Hunt. Co., as they joined the church there in 1741. One child was bapt. at Raritan in 1733, one at Rdgtn. in 1735, and one at Harlingen in 1743. From 1751, at least, they lived at Sourland, where he owned a 200 acre farm. (Hist. Rdgtn. Chh.: 107; SCHQ 2: 216; 4: 215; GMNJ 17: 4,82; 18: 13; NJOT; 2NJA 4:217). His will, Apr. 12, 1777-Oct. 25, 2777, states residence as Sourland, and n. wf., 5 chn. and 2 sons-in-law. (NJW :487R).
Children of Nicholas3 Amerman and Neeltje Polhemus:
1. Sarah, b. 173_; md. John Wyckoff of Long Island.
2. Jan, bp. Aug. 25, 1733; d.y.
3. Neeltje, bp. Apr. 6, 1735; prob. md. Cornelius Van Nuys.
4. Aaltje, b. 173_ or 174_; md. Peter Ditmars; living, a widow, in 1784. (GMNJ x5:58; NJA 34:146).
5. Daniel4, bp. Jan. 14, 1743; md. Catryna __; a Rev. soldier; lived at Branchburg, Som. Co. (SJR:461; SnHS:760; GMNJ 19:10).
6. John4, b. after 1743; unm. in 1777.

Nicholas married Neeltje Polhemus.173

Children from this marriage were:

+ 667 F    i. Sarah Ammerman was born in 1730-1739342 and died WFT Est 1791-1836 at age 61.

   668 F    ii. Aaltje Amerman 342 was born in 1730-1749342 and died after 1784.342

Aaltje married Peter Ditmars 342 before 1784.342 Peter died before 1784.342

   669 M    iii. Jan Amerman 342 was born before 25 Aug 1733,342 was baptized on 25 Aug 1733, and died in 1733-1740.342

   670 F    iv. Neeltje Amerman 342 was born before 6 Apr 1735342 and was baptized on 6 Apr 1735.342

General Notes:
Probably married Cornelius Van Nuys.

   671 M    v. Daniel Amerman 342 was born before 14 Jan 1743342 and was baptized on 14 Jan 1743.342

   672 M    vi. John Amerman 342 was born after 1743.342

223. Cornelius Wikoff was born after 1708 and died on 10 Sep 1759.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Lived near Flemington, New Jersey.

Cornelius married Mary (Wikoff).

Children from this marriage were:

   673 F    i. Adriantje Wikoff was born about 1741.

Adriantje married William Vanvliet.

   674 M    ii. Cornelius Wikoff was born about 1744 and died on 24 Nov 1804 about age 60.

Cornelius married Ann Wilmot on 9 Dec 1766. Ann was born on 26 Sep 1740 and died on 7 Mar 1820 at age 79.

+ 675 F    iii. Sara Wikoff was born about 1746.

   676 F    iv. Catherine Wikoff was born after 1746.

   677 F    v. Annatje Wikoff was born about 1754.

232. Margarite Schenck 149,259,346 was born on 17 Jan 1736347 and died on 20 Sep 1814347 at age 78.

Margarite married Pieter J. Monfoort 317,486 on 13 Apr 1762 in New York.259 Pieter was born on 1 Mar 1731317 and died on 20 Sep 1791317 at age 60. Other names for Pieter were Peter Monfoort,149 Peter J. Montfort 149,487. and488

Noted events in his life were:

• Military: 149 Major in the State Militia

Children from this marriage were:

+ 678 M    i. Stephen Montfort .149

   679 F    ii. Susanna Monfoort .317

Susanna married Albert Monfoort.317

General Notes:

Widower when he married Susanna.

   680 M    iii. Martin Monfoort .317

Martin married Catherine Dutcher.317

   681 M    iv. Peter Monfoort 317 was born on 21 Feb 1771.317

General Notes:

Went to Canada

   682 F    v. Nelly Monfoort 317 was born on 10 Jan 1774.317

Nelly married John Sleight 317 ____________.317 They had no children.

   683 F    vi. Mariah Monfoort 317 was born on 11 Aug 1776.317

Mariah married John Pells 317 on 11 Oct 1798.317

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234. Aeltje Barkalow was born before 1 Oct 1710 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey,174,175 was baptized on 1 Oct 1710 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1724-1804.175 Other names for Aeltje were Alke Barkalow, Alke Barkalow Aeltie Barkaloo, Aeltje Barkeloo,174 Aeltie Barkelow, and Aeltie Weycoff Barkelow.175

Birth Notes:

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Baptism: 10 Oct 1711. 77

Aeltje married Johannes Wyckoff,175 son of Jan Pieterse Wyckoff 77,191 and Neeltje Willemse Couwenhoven, WFT Est 1724-1757. Johannes was born before 6 Dec 1711,193 was baptized on 6 Dec 1711,193 and died WFT Est 1727-1799.7,8 Another name for Johannes was Johannes Janse Wyckoff.175

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 16 Dec 1711. Freehold, Monmouth County, NJ

(Duplicate Line. See Person 58)

236. Willem Barkalow 174 was born between 1713 and 1714,174 was baptized on 16 Jan 1714 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died on 8 Aug 1766 in Upper Freehold, New Jersey.7,8 Other names for Willem were William Barcalow,174 Willam Barkalow,174 Wilm Barkalow,77 Willem Barkelo William Barcalow, William Barkelow 7., and8

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185, 196.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1714. 174 Marlboro, New Jersey

• Alt. Birth: Bef 16 Jan 1714. 174 Freehold, New Jersey

• Baptism: 15 Jan 1714. 77

• Alt. Death: 1766. 7,8 Upper Freehold, New Jersey

Willem married Aeltje Williamson,21,175 daughter of Aert Williamson 21 and Annatje Conover,21 on 2 Dec 1737.7.,8.,21 Aeltje was born in 171421 and died WFT Est 1756-1809 at age 42. Other names for Aeltje were Aeltje Willemsen,21 and175 Aeltje Aertse Williamson.

General Notes:

[Van Borckeloo.FTW]

Also recorded as Aeltje Williamson.

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 185, 196.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1715. 21

(Duplicate Line. See Person 128)

237. Cornelius Barkalow 7,8,174 was born before 17 Nov 1717,7,8 was baptized on 17 Nov 1717 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died in 1783 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.7,8,20 Other names for Cornelius were Cornelius Barcalow,22 Cornelius Barkelow 7,8. and174

General Notes:

[Source: 16064.ged]

Cornelius was a landowner in Upper Freehold Township in 1755. His name appears as a grand juror at a court held in Freehold in 1781.

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Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1717, Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. 7,8

Cornelius married Janetje Aumack,20,77 daughter of Stephen Aumack 20 and Jannetje Janse,20 on 10 Nov 1743 in Freehold, New Jersey.7.,8 Janetje was born about 1722 in probably Flatlands, Long Island, New York20 and died WFT Est 1751-18177,8 about age 29. Other names for Janetje were Jane Aumack,20,77 Jannetje Aumack 20. and77

Children from this marriage were:

   684 M    i. Derrick Barkalow 7,8,174 was born before 7 Apr 1745 in Freehold, New Jersey,7,8 was baptized on 7 Apr 1745 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died between 1780 and 1841.7,8 Another name for Derrick was Derrick Cornelius Barcalow.

General Notes:

[Source: 16064.GED]

Also recorded as "Dirck".

Derrick married Sarah Matthiase Covenhoven,7,8 daughter of Matthias Jacobse Covenhoven and Williampe Williamse Covenhoven, on 28 Mar 1775 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.174 Sarah was born on 12 Apr 17517,8,174 and died between 1780 and 1845.7,8 Another name for Sarah was Sarah Couwenhoven.174

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 28 Mar 1775. 7,8 Monmouth, NJ

• Alt. Marriage: 28 Mar 1777. 7,8 Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1749 and 1759. 7,8

• Alt. Death: After 1827. 7,8

+ 685 M    ii. Stephanus Barkalow 7,8 was born on 13 Jun 1748 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey,7,8,20,77,174 was baptized on 24 Jul 1758 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 died on 15 Mar 1825 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey7,8,20,77,174 at age 76, and was buried in Bethesda Methodist Church Cemetery, Adelphia, Monmouth, New Jersey.174

+ 686 M    iii. Johannes (John) Barkalow 7,8 was born about 24 Mar 1751,7,8 was baptized on 24 Mar 1751 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died between 1790 and 1850.7,8

   687 F    iv. Jannetje Barkalow 7,8,174 was born before 27 Jun 1756,7,8 was baptized on 27 Jun 1756 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1741-1849.7,8

238. Daniel Barkalow 174 was born between 1719 and 1720 in East Freehold, New Jersey,174 was baptized on 1 Jan 1720 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died on 28 Jun 1795 in East Freehold, New Jersey.7,8 Other names for Daniel were Daniel Barkelow, Daniel Barkelow Sr, and Daniel Barkulo.368

General Notes:

[Source: 16064.GED]

Daniel Barkelow Sr.'s will was dated February 11, 1791, of Freehold Township, Monmouth Co. New Jersey:

Born 1721. To wife Lydia, profits of lands until youngest son, Daniel, is of age; then 1/3 profits of land; should she marry, then to have household furniture she brought with her, 3 cows and f50. The 3 sons, Dirick, Nicholas and Daniel, to have equal division of land when Daniel is of age. Grandchildren, Yonitje, Elizabeth, Honce and Anne Conine, each f10, to be paid by the 3 sons when of age. Residue to the 3 sons. Executor- wife Lydia, and son Dirik. Witnesses- John Barkalow, Denise Forman Jr., John Forman. Proved Aug. 14, 1795.

Daniel, Lydia and Dirick are buried in the Wyckoff's Hill Burying Ground in East Freehold New Jersey .

Daniel married Lydia Stillwell.7.,8.,175 Lydia was born between 1699 and 17287,8 and died between 1704 and 1810.7,8

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: 7,8 New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

   688 M    i. Nicholas Barkelow 7.,8.,175

   689 M    ii. Daniel Barkelow 7.,8.,175

   690 F    iii. Jannetje Barkelow 7,8 was born on 29 Dec 1745 in Marlboro Church, New Jersey7,8 and died before Feb 1791.7,8

   691 M    iv. Derick Barkelow 7,8 was born in 17767,8 and died on 28 Jul 1801 in East Freehold, New Jersey7,8 at age 25. Another name for Derick was Dirick Barkelow 7.,8

Daniel next married Anna Luyster.,368 daughter of Johannes Cornelise Luyster 368,489 and Lucretia Brower,.368 Anna was born on 8 Apr 1725.368 Another name for Anna was Ann Luyster 7.,8

240. Helena Barkalow 174 was born in 1723,174,175 was baptized on 17 Dec 1723 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1737-1817 at age 14. Other names for Helena were Helena Barkaloo and174 Helena Barkelow.174

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Bef 22 Dec 1723. 174,175 Freehold, Monmouth, NJ

Helena married Isaac Van Voorhees,7,8,175,333 son of Jan Lucasse Voorhees 225 and Mayke Roelofse Schenck,109,195,483 on 29 May 1754.7.,8 Isaac was born on 16 Mar 1716 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York484 and died between 1759 and 1821.7,8 Another name for Isaac was Isaac Voorhees 7,8,175.,333

General Notes:

[Source: 12297.GED]

Isaac and Sarah lived at Six Mile Run and Harlingen. Isaac and Helena lived at Freehold and possibly Six Mile Run.

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Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1702 and 1734. 484

Children from this marriage were:

   692 M    i. John Van Voorhees .7.,8

   693 M    ii. Stephen Van Voorhees 7,8 was born in 1740 and died on 23 Nov 1796 at age 56.

General Notes:

[Source: New Jersey Biographical Sketches, 1665-1800]

Name: Rev. Stephen Voorhees

Text:
Stephen Voorhees was b. in 1740, being a son of Isaac Voorhees (b. March 16, 1716), whose father, Jan Lucasse Van Voorhis, was b. at Flatlands, L. I., but removed to Six Mile Run, Somerset county, with three of his brothers--all sons of Lucas Stevense Van Voorhees--and all four of them were among the founders of the Six Mile-Run Dutch church in 1717. After graduating at Princeton College in 1765, Stephen studied theology and taught a classical school at Hackensack, from 1766 until the fall of 1769, part of the time in association with Francis Barber. In November, 1769, he started a grammar school in New York city. He was licensed by the General Meeting of Ministers and Elders of the Reformed Dutch Church, in 1772, and was ordained and settled at Poughkeepsie, New York, in 1773, where he remained until 1776. From 1776 to 1784 he was pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church at Rhinebeck Flats, N. Y.; and from 1785 to 1788 at Philipsburg (Tarrytown) and Cortlandtown, New York. In 1792 he joined the Presbytery of New Brunswick, and preached as a supply at Kingston and Assunpink. New Jersey, until his death, November 23, 1796. He m. Elizabeth Clausen, b. 1749, d. Feb. 23, 1805. See The Van Voorhees Family, 358; Corwin's Manuel of the Reformed Dutch Church; Our Home (Magazine), etc.

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. New Jersey Biographical Sketches, 1665-1800 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. Original data: New Jersey Historical Society. New Jersey Biographical and Genealogical Notes from the Volumes of the New Jersey Archives. Trenton, NJ, USA: New Jersey Historical Society, 1916.

Stephen married Elizabeth Clausen. Elizabeth was born in 1749 and died on 23 Feb 1805 at age 56.

+ 694 M    iii. Derrick Van Voorhees 7,8 was born before 22 Jun 1755 in Middleboro, New Jersey7,8 and died in 1829.7,8

+ 695 M    iv. David Van Voorhees 7,8 was born before 6 Sep 1757 in Six Mile Run, New Jersey and died on 9 Oct 1841.

   696 F    v. Elizabeth Voorhees was born before 25 Apr 1760 in Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey.

   697 F    vi. Jane Van Voorhees 7,8 was born on 14 Feb 1763. Another name for Jane was Jane Voorhees 7.,8

   698 F    vii. Maria Van Voorhees 7,8 was born before 22 Jun 1766 in Middleboro, New Jersey.7,8 Another name for Maria was Maria Voorhees 7.,8

241. Jannetie Barkeloo 350 was born before Jan 1727 in Freehold, New Jersey,7,8 was baptized on 21 Jan 1727 in Dutch Reformed Church, Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,174 and died WFT Est 1741-1821. Other names for Jannetie were Janeka Barkalow,350 Janneke Barkalow, and350 Janneke Barkelow.174

Jannetie married Isaac Sutphen,7,8 son of Jacob Derickse Van Sutphen 490 and Antje Adriaense Bennet,226 on 24 Sep 1753 in Marlboro Church, New Jersey.7.,8 Isaac was born before 22 May 1730 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey,7,8 was baptized on 22 May 1730 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey,350 and died between 1758 and 1820.7,8 Other names for Isaac were Isaac Stupthen,7,8 Isaac Sulphen,7, and8 Isaac Van Sutphen.175

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 24 Sep 1750. 7,8

Christening Notes: Freehold, New Jersey

General Notes:

[Source: 16064.GED]

Recorded in Sutphen Fam. 1926, pp.7 & 16.


Children from this marriage were:

   699 M    i. Jan Sutphen 7,8 was born on 11 Apr 1754.7,8

   700 M    ii. Leah Sutphen 7,8 was born on 7 Jun 1756.7,8

   701 F    iii. Phebe Sutphen 7,8 was born on 15 Apr 1759.7,8

   702 F    iv. Jannetje Sutphen 7,8 was born on 1 Nov 1761.7,8

   703 M    v. Isaac Sutphen 7,8 was born before 21 Oct 1764.7,8

   704 M    vi. William Sutphen 7,8 was born before 15 Mar 1767.7,8

Jannetie next married Derrick Conine 7,8 on 2 Aug 1762.7.,8 Another name for Derrick is Dirrick Conine 7.,8

242. Maria Barkalow was born before 5 Nov 17327,8 and died WFT Est 1746-1826. Another name for Maria was Maria Barkelow.

Maria married Anthony Holmart WFT Est 1746-1779. Anthony was born between 1697 and 17297,8 and died between 1723 and 1809.7,8 Another name for Anthony was Anthony Holsart.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Between 1723 and 1765.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: WFT Est 1715-1735. 7,8

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1749-1821. 7,8

The child from this marriage was:

   705 M    i. Jacques Holsart 7,8 was born before 30 Oct 1756.7,8

Maria next married Andrew Bowne 175 on 11 Oct 1765.

243. Samuel Forman .

Samuel married Helen Denise.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 706 M    i. Jonathan Forman .

248. Gerrit Koertse Schenck .

Gerrit married Eleanor Johanse Voorhees.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 707 F    i. Jane Garretse Schenck was born on 1 Feb 1762 and died on 5 Nov 1836 at age 74.

254. Theodorus Williamse Covenhoven was born on 24 May 1733 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 10 Dec 1825 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 92.

General Notes: He was a private under Captain John Walton in the 1st Regiment of the Monmouth County Militia from June 12, 1780 to July 9, 1780 and a private in Captain K. Hankinson's 1st Regiment of Monmouth County. He was in active service for 26 days between February 28, 1777 and March 29, 1777.

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 8 Jul 1733.

Theodorus married Susan Bullman.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.


The child from this marriage was:

   708 M    i. Theodorus Covenhoven was born in 1773 and died in 1863 at age 90.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Theodorus married Susannah Morford.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

Theodorus next married Ann Morford.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 11.

277. Patience Pieterse Covenhoven was born in 1742 and died on 8 Mar 1826 in Montgomery, Orange, New York at age 84.

Patience married Albert Peterse Covenhoven, son of Peter Albertse Couwenhoven and Willemptje Hendrickse Voorhees, on 1 Dec 1765 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Albert was born on 24 Oct 1743 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 6 Mar 1826 in Montgomery, Orange, New York at age 82.

Children from this marriage were:

   709 F    i. Leah Albertse Covenhoven .

   710 F    ii. Rachel Albertse Covenhoven .

Rachel married Gerret Gerretse Vanderveer about 1788.

   711 M    iii. Peter Albertse Covenhoven .

   712 F    iv. Jane Albertse Covenhoven died on 20 Aug 1837.

Jane married Andrew Frank about 1800.

   713 M    v. William Albertse Covenhoven .

William married Hope Oliphant about 1800.

   714 F    vi. Mary Albertse Covenhoven .

   715 M    vii. Albert Albertse Covenhoven .

Albert married Mary Clover about 1806.

   716 F    viii. Sarah Albertse Covenhoven was born in 1782 and died in 1821 at age 39.

Sarah married William McKnight.

   717 M    ix. John Albertse Covenhoven was born about 1788 in Montgomery, Orange, New York.

John married Marjorie Van Alstine about 1810. Another name for Marjorie is Eliza Van Alstine.

278. Sary Covenhoven was born on 22 Dec 1744228 and died on 13 May 1826228 at age 81. Another name for Sary was Sarah Covenhoven.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1735 and 1750. 228

Sary married Joseph Thompson 228 on 19 Feb 1767.228 Joseph was born on 11 Dec 1743228 and died on 5 Aug 1808228 at age 64.

Marriage Notes: [Source: Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey Vol22, p. 134]

Covenhoven, Sary, Freehold, and Joseph Thompson, Freehold 1767 Feb. 19

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Between 1725 and 1750. 228

The child from this marriage was:

   718 M    i. Elias Thompson 228 was born on 11 Jul 1771228 and died on 24 Jun 1847228 at age 75.

Elias married Rachel Wills.228 Rachel was born on 22 Feb 1773228 and died on 14 Dec 1851228 at age 78.

286. Williampe Williamse Covenhoven was born on 24 Jul 1727 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1728-1821 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 1.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

[Source: Unknown]

Name is also spelled Williamtie, Williampteze & Williamtee. See p 110 & 111 of
Beekman's for dob and marriage license issued. She was apparently named for her
maternal grandmother, Willemptje Schenck. She may have married again. She had
mother's family Bible.

Williampe married Matthias Jacobse Covenhoven, son of Jacob Williamse Van Couwenhoven 109 and Sarah Roelofse Schenck,195 on 27 Jul 1749 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Matthias was born on 4 Mar 1725 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 22 Oct 1765 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 40. Another name for Matthias was Martin Covenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 114)

287. Cornelius Williamse Couwenhoven was born on 11 Feb 1746 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 10 Oct 1806 in Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 60. Another name for Cornelius was Cornelius Williamse Covenhoven.

General Notes:

Will #8669M made 29 Sep 1806. Copy of abstract of will is in my file. See pp. 10 & 138 Beekman's. Will is recorded in Book A of Wills at Freehold. Headstone in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cem has inscription of his death. Chr date p 110 Beekman's.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Possibly died 10 October 1796

• Fact 2: 7 Apr 1746. Monmouth

• Burial: Oct 1806. Holmdel, Schenck/CouwCem., NJ

Cornelius married Mary Hendrickse Hendrickson on 13 Jan 1767 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Mary was born on 6 Dec 1740 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 3 Jan 1806 in Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 65.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Married in the First Dutch Church of Monmouth, NJ. See p 55, Beeklman's.

Noted events in her life were:

• Burial: Jan 1806. Holmdel, Sch Covenhov Cem, NJ

Children from this marriage were:

   719 F    i. Nelly Couwenhoven was born WFT Est 1761-1778 and died WFT Est 1795-1867 at age 34.

General Notes: [Source: Unknown]

See p 138 Beekman's.

Nelly married Cornelius Van Horne on 14 Dec 1790 in NJ. Cornelius was born WFT Est 1738-1770 and died WFT Est 1795-1857 at age 57.

General Notes: [Source: Unknown]

M. date see p 138 of Beekman's.

   720 F    ii. Lydia Couwenhoven was born WFT Est 1761-1790 and died WFT Est 1812-1878 at age 51.

General Notes: [Source: Unknown]

See p 138 Beekman's.

Lydia married Daniel Polhemus on 22 Jan 1807 in New Jersey. Daniel was born WFT Est 1755-1787 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1812-1874 at age 57.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

M. date see p 138 of Beekman's.

+ 721 F    iii. Anne Covenhoven was born on 9 Oct 1767 in Corraway, Monmouth, New Jersey, died on 14 Sep 1840 in Caughnawaga, Montgomery, New York at age 72, and was buried in Sep 1840 in Old Dutch Reformed Church, Caughnawaga, , New York.

   722 M    iv. John Corneliuse Covenhoven was born on 24 May 1772 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 4 Apr 1788 at age 15.

   723 M    v. Christopher Corneliuse Covenhoven was born on 21 Feb 1774 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 16 Mar 1775 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 1. Another name for Christopher was Christopher Cornelise Covenhoven.

   724 M    vi. William Corneliuse Hendrick Covenhoven was born on 14 Mar 1782 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 26 Sep 1805 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 23. Another name for William was William Hendrick Couwenhoven.

General Notes: See Beekman's Appendix iii. Possibly an only son. Died 22 y 6 mo 12 d. See p. 138 Beekman's. Buried by his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather in Schenck-Couwenhoven yard. Never married.

289. Matthew Van Horne was born about 1720 in New Jersey, was baptized on 1 May 1720 in Dutch Ref Church, Freehold, , New Jersey, and died after 29 Dec 1758.355 Another name for Matthew was Matthew Van Horn.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

According to p 135 of Hallenbeck's book he and his wife had four or more children two of whom were Abram and William. Matthew was named for his paternal grandfather.

Matthew married Mary Crumm,357 daughter of Isaac Krom, WFT Est 1737-1770. Mary was born WFT Est 1716-1736 and died WFT Est 1737-1820 at age 21.

Children from this marriage were:

   725 M    i. Abraham Van Horn 355 died atter 29 Dec 1758.355 (Relationship to Mother: Unknown)

   726 M    ii. William Van Horne 355 died atter 29 Dec 1758.355 (Relationship to Mother: Unknown)

   727 M    iii. Matthew Van Horne 355 died atter 29 Dec 1758.355 (Relationship to Mother: Unknown)

   728 M    iv. Cornelius Van Horne 355 died atter 29 Dec 1758.355 (Relationship to Mother: Unknown)

Matthew next married Nellie Crumm, daughter of Isaac Krom, WFT Est 1737-1770. Nellie was born WFT Est 1716-1736 and died WFT Est 1737-1820 at age 21.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Father was Isaac Krom.

293. Cornelis Van Hoorn 358 was born in 1724 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in 1784 at age 60. Other names for Cornelis were Cornelius Van Horn and Cornelius Van Horne.

Cornelis married Charity Wyckoff,491 daughter of Simon Wyckoff 491,492,493,494 and Grietje Vander Vliet,492 on 12 May 1744 in Somerville, , New Jersey. Charity was born on 25 Oct 1724 in Somerset, New Jersey, was baptized on 25 Oct 1724 in Somerville, , New Jersey,491 and died in 1784 at age 60. Other names for Charity were Gertrude Van Horn and Geertie Wyckof.358

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 12 May 1744.

Children from this marriage were:

   729 F    i. Anita Van Horn was born in 1747 and died WFT Est 1748-1841 at age 1.

   730 F    ii. Geertie Van Hoorn 358 was born before 4 Apr 1747358 and was baptized on 4 Apr 1747 in Raritan Dutch Reformed Church, Raritan, , New Jersey.358

   731 M    iii. Abraham Van Horne was born in 1749 and died WFT Est 1766-1839 at age 17. Another name for Abraham was Abram Van Horn.

Abraham married Eva Pickel, daughter of Baltus Pickell 359 and Sophia Phidia Van Horne, WFT Est 1766-1799. Eva was born WFT Est 1745-1765 and died WFT Est 1766-1849 at age 21. Another name for Eva was Eva Pickell.

+ 732 F    iv. Charity Van Horn was born in 1752 in Readington, Hunterdon, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1787-1847 at age 35.

   733 M    v. Simeon Van Horn was born on 16 May 1753, was baptized on 30 Dec 1753, and died WFT Est 1770-1843 at age 17. Another name for Simeon was Simon Van Horn.

Christening Notes: Baptised

Simeon married Sarah Danham WFT Est 1770-1803. Sarah was born WFT Est 1749-1769 and died WFT Est 1770-1853 at age 21.

   734 F    vi. Sarah Van Horn was born before 29 Sep 1754, was baptized on 29 Sep 1754, and died WFT Est 1768-1848.

Christening Notes: Baptised

Sarah married William Pittenger WFT Est 1768-1801. William was born WFT Est 1737-1757 and died WFT Est 1771-1843 at age 34.

Sarah next married Jacob Wyckoff WFT Est 1768-1801. Jacob was born WFT Est 1737-1757 and died WFT Est 1771-1843 at age 34.

   735 F    vii. Margarete Van Horn was born in 1757 and died WFT Est 1771-1851 at age 14.

Margarete married Christian Cummings WFT Est 1771-1804. Christian was born WFT Est 1740-1760 and died WFT Est 1774-1846 at age 34.

   736 F    viii. Maria Van Horn was born in 1760 and died WFT Est 1774-1854 at age 14. Another name for Maria was Mary? Van Horn.

Maria married Peter Sites WFT Est 1774-1807. Peter was born WFT Est 1743-1763 and died WFT Est 1777-1849 at age 34. Another name for Peter was Peter Sytes.

   737 M    ix. Cornelius Van Horn was born on 10 May 1762 and died WFT Est 1779-1852 at age 17.

Cornelius married Catharine Weller WFT Est 1779-1812. Catharine was born WFT Est 1758-1778 and died WFT Est 1779-1862 at age 21.

   738 M    x. William Van Horn was born in 1764 and died WFT Est 1781-1854 at age 17. Another name for William was William Van Horne.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Elizabeth Van Horne and William Van Horne, her husband, were cousins.

William married Twin Elizabeth Van Horne, daughter of Abraham Van Horn and Gertrude Wyckoff,495 WFT Est 1781-1814. Elizabeth was born on 26 May 1766 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey and died WFT Est 1777-1857 at age 11. Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth Van Horn.

Birth Notes:

294. Sophia Phidia Van Horne was born on 7 Nov 1726359 and died on 17 May 1764 in Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey at age 37. Other names for Sophia were Phidia Van Horne and Phidia Van Horne.

Sophia married Baltus Pickell,359 son of Balthaser Puechel 359 and Geertje Ann Reiterin,359 on 10 Nov 1746 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey. Baltus was born on 8 Dec 1720 and died on 25 Nov 1786 at age 65. Another name for Baltus was Balthazar Pickle.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: WFT Est 1740-1773.

Children from this marriage were:

   739 M    i. Henry Pickel .

   740 M    ii. Nicholas Pickel .

   741 F    iii. Charity Pickel . Another name for Charity is Charity Pickell.

Charity married Godfrey Rhinehart. Another name for Godfrey is Godfrey Rinehart.

   742 M    iv. Frederick Pickel died in 1820.

Frederick married Elizabeth.

   743 F    v. Margaret Pickel .

   744 F    vi. Eva Pickel was born WFT Est 1745-1765 and died WFT Est 1766-1849 at age 21. Another name for Eva was Eva Pickell.

Eva married Abraham Van Horne, son of Cornelis Van Hoorn 358 and Charity Wyckoff,491 WFT Est 1766-1799. Abraham was born in 1749 and died WFT Est 1766-1839 at age 17. Another name for Abraham was Abram Van Horn.

+ 745 F    vii. Annetje Pickell 359 was born in 1749 and died on 23 Jan 1823 at age 74.

   746 M    viii. Baltus Pickel Jr was born on 21 Mar 1756.

Baltus married Catherine Mcclow Mucklow. Another name for Catherine is Mucklow.

+ 747 M    ix. Abraham Pickel was born in 1760 in New Jersey and died on 8 Feb 1823 at age 63.

295. Annetje Van Horn was born before 7 Jan 1728,360 was baptized on 7 Jan 1728 in Millstone, Somerset, New Jersey,360 and died WFT Est 1736-1828. Other names for Annetje were Antie Van Hoorn and358 Annetje Van Horne.

Annetje married Tobias Ten Eyck,360 son of Adrian Ten Eyck 360 and Rebecca Vander Vliet,360,492 on 29 Apr 1746 in New Jersey. Tobias was born WFT Est 1694-1726 and died WFT Est 1751-1813 at age 57. Another name for Tobias was Tobias Te Nyck.358

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: WFT Est 1736-1779.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Son of Adrian Ten Eyck (1690-1744) andk Rebecca Vander Vliet, early settlers in Hunterdon Co., NJ. Nine children. See pp 128 & 139 of Hallenbeck's book.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: WFT Est 1709-1744.

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1736-1823.

The child from this marriage was:

   748 M    i. Adriaen Te Nyck 358 was born before 4 Apr 1747358 and was baptized on 4 Apr 1747 in Raritan Dutch Reformed Church, Raritan, , New Jersey.358 Another name for Adriaen was Adriaen Ten Eyck.

297. Neeltje Van Horn was born on 21 Mar 1734 in NJ, was baptized on 14 Apr 1734 in New Jersey, died on 3 Jan 1818 in NJ at age 83, and was buried in Lutheran Church Cemetery, Oldwick, , New Jersey. Another name for Neeltje was Ellen Van Horne Or Eleanor Van Horne Nettie.

Christening Notes:

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Christening sponsors were Jakop Vanderbilt and Neeltje Vanderbilt. She and her husband had 8 children. They are listed in Hallenbeck's book on p 139. Her name was also Neeltje.

Neeltje married Jarius Mellick WFT Est 1748-1781. Jarius was born WFT Est 1717-1737 and died WFT Est 1751-1823 at age 34. Another name for Jarius was Teunis (Anthony) Melick.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1761. Germantown, NJ

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

FTM Lists as Anthony Melick, Our family lists as Tunis Melick, Internet lists as Jarius Mellick.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: WFT Est 1713-1741.

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1766-1826.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 749 F    i. Anna Melick was born in 1760 in New Jersey and died in 1831 at age 71.

298. Abraham Van Horn was born on 1 Mar 1740 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey and died on 5 Mar 1810 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey at age 70. Another name for Abraham was Abraham Van Horne.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

He and his wife were fourth cousins. Date of death also appears as 15 March 1817 which may be his burial date. He served in the NJ Militia as a Issuing Forage Master. He provided supplies to George Washington's Army while in NJ. He operated a tavern. He used his grist mill to grind grain and his barn to store provisions. He housed and entertained George Washington and his officers in his tavern. The tavern was built by his father, Abraham Van Horne I. Some of this information was secured from DAR Applications, Rev. War Pension Abstracts and travel to Whitehouse, NJ. There is a stone where he and his wife are buried. It is a large stone with a metal plaque marked by DAR members of the Old White House Chapter, White House Station. See DAR Magazine Jan 1982, p 30. The members maintain the cemetery. Their home is still being occupied today. It is near the cemetery. Abraham II and III were American Revolution Patriots. Abe,II gave land which was part of his orchard to the Dutch Reformed Church on which to build their church. Look for the church when in Whitehouse. In 1792 he helped organize the lst Dutch Reformed Church. See Hallenbeck's book, p 140. See my DAR Supplemental Application #637068, appvd. 15 Oct 1984.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1 Mar 1740.

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1757-1830.

• Fact 1: 15 Mar 1817. Whitehouse, DAR Meml Pk Cem, NJ

Abraham married Gertrude Wyckoff,495 daughter of Cornelius Wyckoff 495 and Elizabeth Anderson,495 on 4 May 1761 in New Jersey. Gertrude was born on 19 Jul 1743 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey and died about 1820 in Whitehouse, Hunterdon, New Jersey about age 77. Another name for Gertrude was Ghaertje Wyckoff.495

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: WFT Est 1757-1790.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Revolutionary War Pension application of Anne Covenhoven shows that the date of birth of the mother, Gertrude Wyckoff, of Rev. Abraham Van Horne, III, was 19 July 1743. Name was also spelled Ghaertje.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: WFT Est 1736-1756.

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1757-1840.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 750 M    i. Rev. Abraham Van Horne was born on 3 Dec 1763 in Reading, Hunterdon, New Jersey, died on 5 Jan 1840 in Caughnawaga, Montgomery, New York at age 76, and was buried in Jan 1840 in Old Dutch Reformed Church, Caughnawaga, , New York.

   751 F    ii. Twin Elizabeth Van Horne was born on 26 May 1766 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey and died WFT Est 1777-1857 at age 11. Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth Van Horn.

Birth Notes:

Elizabeth married William Van Horn, son of Cornelis Van Hoorn 358 and Charity Wyckoff,491 WFT Est 1781-1814. William was born in 1764 and died WFT Est 1781-1854 at age 17. Another name for William was William Van Horne.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Elizabeth Van Horne and William Van Horne, her husband, were cousins.

   752 F    iii. Anna Van Horne was born on 10 Mar 1773 and died WFT Est 1787-1867 at age 14.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Five children are listed on p 148 of Hallenbeck's book.

Anna married Abram Broadhead WFT Est 1787-1820. Abram was born WFT Est 1756-1776 and died WFT Est 1790-1862 at age 34.

   753 F    iv. Twin Getty Van Horne was born about 1776 and died WFT Est 1777-1870 about age 1. Other names for Getty were Gertrude Van Horne and Gitty Van Horne.

Getty married Edward Patten on 3 Feb 1779.

   754 M    v. Matthew Van Horne was born on 12 Nov 1782 and died after 1836.

General Notes: [Source: Unknown]

Four children are listed on p 148 of Hallenbeck's book.

Matthew married Catharine Electa Osterhuent WFT Est 1799-1826. Catharine was born WFT Est 1778-1797 and died WFT Est 1799-1882 at age 21.

Matthew next married Brackie Rosabom on 13 Dec 1803. Brackie was born WFT Est 1766-1790 and died WFT Est 1809-1878 at age 43.

   755 M    vi. Cornelius Covenhoven Van Horne was born on 26 Sep 1789 in NJ and died WFT Est 1806-1879 at age 17.

Cornelius married Maria Suydam WFT Est 1806-1839. Maria was born WFT Est 1785-1805 and died WFT Est 1806-1889 at age 21. Another name for Maria was Polly Suydam.

General Notes: Nickname was "Polly".

299. Mary Williamse Van Doren was born after 1720 and died after 1763.

Mary married Albert Williamse Covenhoven, son of William Albertse Couwenhoven and Lysbeth Vancleaf, on 22 May 1745 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Albert died before 23 Nov 1763.

Children from this marriage were:

   756 F    i. Elizabeth Albertse Covenhoven died about 1746 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Elizabeth married Peter Schenck about 1779.

   757 M    ii. Cornelius Albertse Covenhoven .

   758 F    iii. Eleanor Albertse Covenhoven .

303. Cornelius Rulifse Covenhoven was born on 29 Jul 1740 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 12 Jul 1796 in New Jersey at age 55.

Cornelius married Jannetje Tunise Denyse on 5 Dec 1758 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Jannetje was born on 19 Aug 1740 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 26 Mar 1799 in New Jersey at age 58. Another name for Jannetje was Jane Denise.

Children from this marriage were:

   759 F    i. Sarah Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 20 May 1759 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Sarah married Robert Ashton about 1779.

+ 760 M    ii. Teunis Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 10 Mar 1761 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in 1787496 at age 26.

   761 F    iii. Francinke Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 18 Oct 1763 and died on 26 Mar 1845 at age 81.

Francinke married Hendrick Danielse Hendrickson on 13 May 1781 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   762 M    iv. Roelif Cornelis Covenhoven was born on 20 Aug 1765 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Roelif married Sarah Vanderveer about 1785.

   763 F    v. Mary Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 31 Jan 1768 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Mary married Samuel Foreman about 1788.

   764 F    vi. Catherine Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 5 Nov 1771 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Catherine married John Gerretse Vanderveer about 1791.

   765 F    vii. Margaret Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 4 Nov 1773 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Margaret married Teunis Hubbard about 1793.

   766 F    viii. Eleanor Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 18 Dec 1775 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Eleanor married Caleb Stillwell about 1795.

   767 F    ix. Jane Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 6 Mar 1780 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Jane married Matthias Williamse Covenhoven about 1810.

   768 M    x. Cornelius Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 3 May 1783 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Cornelius married Mary Stoutenburg about 1803.

304. Sarah Rulifse Covenhoven was born on 23 Jul 1744 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 16 Nov 1805 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 61.

Sarah married Gerrit Gerritse Schenck on 5 Jan 1762 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 769 F    i. Maria Gerritse Schenck was born on 14 Dec 1773 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 17 May 1849 in Saegertown, Crawford, Pennsylvania at age 75.

310. Cornelius Van Cleve was born on 11 Nov 1739, was baptized on 11 Nov 1738,215 and died on 7 Oct 1760215 at age 20. Another name for Cornelius was Cornelius Van Cleef.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1781-1830. 215

Cornelius married Elizabeth Garrison on 24 Jul 1775 in 1st & 2ND Presbyterian Church, NY, NY. Elizabeth was born in 1750 and died WFT Est 1781-1844 at age 31.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 770 M    i. Nicholas Garrison Van Clief was born about 1778 in Staten Island, , New York and died WFT Est 1828-1870 about age 50.

315. John Van Cleef 215,365 was born on 16 May 1749 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 1 Jun 1791 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio at age 42. The cause of his death was Killed by Indians.

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

John Cowenhoven VAN CLEVE served in the New Jersey Militia during the Revolutionary War, and fought at the Battle of Germantown under Gen. David Forman. He was a Captain of a company of NJ Soldiers.

Two sons and a daughter of John and Catherine VAN CLEVE died in infancy.

- Andrews

***************
"The costliest effort [of Wilbur and Orville WRIGHT's line of manufactured bicycles] was called the Van Cleve, after their unfortunate ancestor John VAN CLEVE, who had been killed by Indians and whose widow had settled in Dayton in 1796. It sold for $100."

- Howard

John Cowenhoven VAN CLEVE was killed by Indians while he was at work on an out lot. He was ambushed and stabbed five times by a warrior during their raid. He was scalped and his body left lying in the field where it was found by his son, Benjamin, who arrived with a res- cue party.

Medical Notes: See Benjamin Van Cleve Memoirs for details

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: 16 May 1749. New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., NJ

• Alt. Death: 1 Jun 1791. Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH

John married Catherine James Benham 215 on 8 Aug 1772 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey. Catherine was born on 11 Oct 1756215,217 and died on 6 Aug 1837217 at age 80.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

John Cowenhoven VAN CLEVE and Catherine James BENHAM and their children resided abt 1787 in Washington Co., PA, and on 03 Jan 1790 they arrived at Losantville (later, Cincinnatti, Hamilton Co.), OH.

- A.S. Andrews

***************
"In 1796, Catharine Van Cleve Thompson, whose first husband had been killed by Indians,
boarded a flatboat on the Great Miami River near Cincinnati, Ohio, and after a trip of ten days or so distinguished herself by becoming the first white woman to set foot in Dayton, Ohio, an act that precipitated a whole string of family firsts."

- Howard

***************
"Milton WRIGHT took great pride in the fact that his mother was the product of two
first-generation Ohio families. Her maternal grandfather, John VAN CLEVE, had the dubious
distinction of being the only white settler killed by Indians within the city limits of Cincinnati.
Legend had it that her mother, Margaret VAN CLEVE, was the first white woman to set foot
in what became Dayton."

- Crouch

Elsewhere, Genealogies of L.I. Families is said to state their dom as 2 Aug 1772.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1 Aug 1771. New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., NJ

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

On 3 Jan 1790, when Catherine James BENHAM was living in Losantville, Ohio, the name of the community was changed to Cincinnati, Ohio.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 771 M    i. Benjamin Van Cleve 215,497 was born on 24 Feb 1773 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey, was baptized on 27 Jun 1773 in Old Tennent Church, Tennent, Monmouth Co., NJ,215 died on 29 Nov 1821 in Dayton, Ohio at age 48, and was buried after 29 Nov 1821 in Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH.215

   772 F    ii. Anna Van Cleve was born on 30 Jul 1775 in , , NJ and died on 8 Mar 1858 in 7 Hawthorn Street; Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH215 at age 82.

+ 773 F    iii. Margret Van Cleve was born in 1778, died in 1858 at age 80, and was buried after 12 Sep 1858 in Fisher's Cemetery, 2 Miles E. Of Richland, Rush Co., IN.215

   774 M    iv. William Van Cleve 215 was born on 22 Dec 1781 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey364 and died on 7 May 1828 in 7 Hawthorn Street; Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH215 at age 46.

General Notes: [Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, Wright Brothers Ancestry.FTW]

In the War of 1812, William VAN CLEVE was a Captain,
and he raised in Dayton a company of riflemen. In June
was ordered to guard supply trains and to protect the
frontier.

After 1812 he was a tavern keeper at the junction of
Waren and Jefferson Streets.

   775 F    v. Mary Van Cleve was born on 10 Feb 1787 in , , PA,215 died on 3 Mar 1883215 at age 96, and was buried after 3 Mar 1883 in Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH.215

   776 F    vi. Amey Van Cleve was born on 27 Jul 1789 in , , PA215 and died on 9 Sep 1830 in , Preble Co., OH215 at age 41.

317. William Van Cleve was born on 7 Jun 1752 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey215 and died on 22 Apr 1813215 at age 60. Another name for William was William Van Cleef.

Noted events in his life were:

• Residence: 215 , , NJ

• Alt. Birth: 1752. 215 Monmouth, NJ

William married Geertje Aumack WFT Est 1781-1813. Geertje was born on 23 Jul 1769 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1807-1864 at age 38.

Children from this marriage were:

   777 M    i. Tunis William Van-Cleef was born on 29 Jan 1790 and died WFT Est 1791-1880 at age 1.

   778 M    ii. Elijah Van-Cleef was born in 1792 and died WFT Est 1809-1882 at age 17.

Elijah married Abigail Van-Cleaf WFT Est 1809-1842. Abigail was born WFT Est 1788-1808 and died WFT Est 1809-1892 at age 21.

   779 U    iii. Samuel Van-Cleef was born between 1794 and 1795 and died WFT Est 1786-1892.

   780 M    iv. John Stephen Van-Cleef was born between 1799 and 1801 and died WFT Est 1801-1889.

John married Margaret Van-Cleaf WFT Est 1801-1846. Margaret was born WFT Est 1781-1816 and died WFT Est 1801-1897 at age 20.

   781 M    v. Daniel H. Van-Cleef was born on 30 Mar 1799 and died WFT Est 1816-1889 at age 17.

Daniel married Mary Morrell WFT Est 1816-1849. Mary was born WFT Est 1795-1815 and died WFT Est 1816-1899 at age 21.

   782 M    vi. James Van-Cleef was born in 1802 and died WFT Est 1819-1892 at age 17.

James married Mary Unknown WFT Est 1819-1852. Mary was born WFT Est 1798-1818 and died WFT Est 1819-1902 at age 21.

   783 F    vii. Hannah Van-Cleef was born in 1804 and died WFT Est 1818-1898 at age 14.

Hannah married William Clayton WFT Est 1818-1851. William was born WFT Est 1787-1807 and died WFT Est 1821-1893 at age 34.

+ 784 M    viii. Edward Joseph Van-Cleef was born between 1805 and 1807 and died on 1 Jul 1850.

321. Sara Schenck 220 was born on 22 May 1715,220 died on 1 Dec 1748220 at age 33, and was buried in Van Mater Burying Ground, Colts Neck, Monmouth, New Jersey.90

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: 1 Sep 1748, Monmouth County, New Jersey. 90

Sara married Joseph Van Mater,220 son of Kryn Jansen Van Mater and Neeltje Van Cleef,90 on 1 Dec 1734.220 Joseph was born on 5 Feb 1710 in Monmouth County, New Jersey,90 died on 15 Oct 1792 in Monmouth County, New Jersey90 at age 82, and was buried after 15 Oct 1792 in Van Mater Burying Ground, Colts Neck, Monmouth, New Jersey.90

The child from this marriage was:

   785 U    i. Two children Van Mater .

323. Catherine Rolofse Schenck was born about 21 Dec 1718 and was baptized on 21 Dec 1718.220 Another name for Catherine was Katrya Schenck.220

Catherine married Simon De Hart 220 before 27 Jul 1749.

Catherine next married Peter Jacobse Covenhoven, son of Jacob Williamse Van Couwenhoven 109 and Sarah Roelofse Schenck,195 on 27 Jul 1749 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Peter was born on 29 May 1720 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey23 and died WFT Est 1753-181123 at age 33. Another name for Peter was Peter Conover Cowenhoven.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: Possible place of death: Brooklyn, New York

(Duplicate Line. See Person 112)

326. Neeltje Rolofse Schenck 347 was born on 10 Apr 1724 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 25 Mar 1800 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 75. Another name for Neeltje was Eleanor Schenck.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

Neeltje married Garret Jacobse Covenhoven, son of Jacob Williamse Van Couwenhoven 109 and Sarah Roelofse Schenck,195 on 12 Oct 1744 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Garret was born on 5 Nov 1716 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 9 Dec 1797 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 81. Another name for Garret was Gerret Cowenhoven.347

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y.", by Teunis
G. Bergen (1881, 1973), pg. 78.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 110)

327. Hendrick Schenck 347 was born on 9 Jul 1731,347 died on 24 Aug 176690 at age 35, and was buried after 24 Aug 1766 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 4 Aug 1766, New Jersey. 347

Hendrick married Caty Holmes 8,79,347 about 1750.498 Caty was born on 11 May 1731,90 died on 12 May 179690 at age 65, and was buried after 12 May 1796 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.90 Other names for Caty were Catharine Holmes and90 Catrina Holmes.

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

Catharine Holmes Schenck

Birth: unknown
Death: May 12, 1796

This is Catherine Holmes, born 11 May 1731, d/o Jonathan Holmes Jr. and Teuntje Hendrickson. Her 2nd husband was John (Jan) Schenck. Her 1st husband, with whom she had 7 children, was Hendrick Schenck (1731-1766)

Family links:
Spouses:
Hendrick Schank (____ - 1766)
John Garretse Schenck (1717 - 1775)

Children:
Sarah Schank (____ - 1768)*
Anna Schenck Holmes (____ - 1809)*
Rulef H Schenck (1753 - 1800)*
Jonathan Schanck (1760 - 1761)*

*Calculated relationship

Note: wife of John

Burial:
Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery
Holmdel
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA

Created by: thom healy
Record added: Jul 24, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39831894


Children from this marriage were:

   786 U    i. Four other children Schenck .

+ 787 M    ii. Rulef H. Schenck 90 was born in Apr 1753,90 died on 12 Oct 180090 at age 47, and was buried after 12 Oct 1800 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.90

   788 F    iii. Sarah Schank 90 was born about 1755,90 died on 30 Jun 176890 about age 13, and was buried after 30 Jun 1768 in Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.90

   789 F    iv. Anna Schenck 90 died on 12 Jan 180990 and was buried after 12 Jan 1809 in Holmes Family Burying Ground, Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey.90

329. Jacob Van Doren 226,229 was born on 9 Dec 1724.229

General Notes: [Source: The Story of an Old Farm or Life in New Jersey in the 18th Century, pp. 249, 250]

Immediately adjoining the "Old Farm" on the south, Jacobus Van Doren purchased of William Axtell, about the year 1760, two hundred and eighty-three acres of land, and erected a house where is now the residence of Cornelius M. Wyckoff. This land he sold in 1815 to Captain Joseph Nevius, who, some years later, conveyed that portion lying east of the Peapack road to Cornelius M. Wyckoff, whose son--of the same name--is now in possession. The original house was taken down in 1820 to make room for the present Wyckoff dwelling. Jacobus Van Doren was the grandson of Jacobus Van Doorn, who migrated from Long Island to Monmouth county about the year 1698. He was also the nephew of that Abraham Van Doren, who it is said was sheriff of Somerset county for twenty years, and whom we found in 1752 superintending the burning at Millstone of the negro slave murderer of Jacob Van Neste. Jacobus was the eldest of the seventeen children of Christian Van Doren and Alche Schenck, who settled on the Amwell road in Middlebush about 1723. In Domine Leydt's time Christian was an elder in the First Reformed Dutch church at New Brunswick, and Ralph Voorhees tells us in "Our Home" that it was his custom on Sunday mornings to ride to church, accompanied by his wife and ten children, all well mounted on separate horses. Methinks this cavalcade would serve a painter as an excellent subject for a colonial picture; and that this peaceful Sabbathday march of good-man Van Doren, with his household troop drawing rein in front of the old Dutch church, would present a scene quite equalling in interest those of the cavalry that often seem just ready to step out of a canvas of De Taille, or De Neuville.

Jacob married Phebe Van Derveer.366 Another name for Phebe is Phoebe Vander Veer.366

The child from this marriage was:

+ 790 M    i. Capt. Jacob Van Doren .226

Jacob next married Jane Ditmars.,366 daughter of Rem Ditmars.

330. John Van Doren 366 was born on 23 Apr 1726 in Middlebush, Somerset, New Jersey,90 died on 21 Oct 1815 in Millstone, Somerset, New Jersey90 at age 89, and was buried after 21 Oct 1815 in Hillsborough Reformed Church Cemetery, Millstone, Somerset, New Jersey.90

General Notes:

[Source: findagrave.com]

John Van Doren, Sr

Birth: Apr. 23, 1726
Middlebush
Somerset County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Oct. 21, 1815
Millstone
Somerset County
New Jersey, USA

Married about 1749 to Martha Lott (ca 1728 - 27 Apr 1805)

Farmer of Millstone, New Jersey; in 1777 General Washington and his army stayed near John's and later brother Abraham's dwellings for refreshment and refurbishing; John fought in the war and was taken prisoner by the British; John's house was just south of the Somerset Co courthouse, across the Millstone river from Franklin twp; had a weave shop on his farm; freeholder of Franklin twp in 1790; died æ 89y 5m 28d.

Family links:
Parents:
Christian Van Doren (1699 - 1781)
Altje Schenck Van Doren (1705 - 1801)

Spouse:
Marretye Lott Van Doren (1728 - 1805)*

Children:
John Van Doren (1757 - 1832)*
Jacob I Van Doren (1761 - 1828)*
William Van Doren (1765 - 1829)*

Siblings:
Jacob Van Doren (1724 - 1811)*
John Van Doren (1726 - 1815)
Abraham Van Doren (1738 - 1805)*
Peter Van Doren (1740 - 1820)*
Joseph Van Doren (1748 - 1801)*
Benjamin Van Doren (1751 - 1804)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Hillsborough Reformed Church Cemetery
Millstone
Somerset County
New Jersey, USA

Created by: Dave Van Doren
Record added: Oct 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77714798

John married Maria Lott.366 Maria was born in 1728,90 died on 27 Apr 1805 in Somerset County, New Jersey90 at age 77, and was buried after 27 Apr 1805 in Hillsborough Reformed Church Cemetery, Millstone, Somerset, New Jersey.90 Another name for Maria was Marretye Lott.90

The child from this marriage was:

   791 M    i. Three sons Van Doren .

337. Altje Van Doren 226 was born on 15 May 1737226,366 and died on 12 Aug 1796226 at age 59. Another name for Altje was Nelly Van Doren.226

Altje married Jacques Voorhees.226.,366 Jacques was born on 18 Dec 1733 of Middlebush, New Jersey226 and died on 24 Mar 1792226 at age 58. Another name for Jacques was Jaques Van Voorhees 226.,366

General Notes: [Source: Cortelyou Genealogy, page 99]

54. JAQUES VOORHEES or VAN VOORHEES (Neeltje, Jaques, Jaques) was b. at South Middlebush, N. J., probably; bap. Dec. 18, 1733; m. Nelly Van Doren, who was b. May 15, 1737.

He resided near Six Mile Run, N. J., where all his children were baptized. In records of baptism of his children his name is stated as Jaques Voorhees.

Children of Jaques and Nelly (Van Doren) Voorhees:

*127. Jaques, bap. Dec. 4, 1763; m. March 11, 1788, Dinah Stryker. Six
children.
128. Altje, b. June 30, 1766; d. Feb. 10, 1845; m. Tunis Quick of Ten Mile
Run, N. J., who was b. March 15, 1762 and d. May 4, 1836. Children:
Lydia, m. Jacob Kline; Nelly, m. Peter Spader and d. Sept. 9, 1855.
129. Abraham, bap. Nov. 22, 1767; m. Grace Oppie. Child: Abraham, bap.
April 1, 1787. He resided at Six Mile Run or nearby.


Chief Sources. Voorhees Family, pp. 508-510; SCHQ, vol. 4, pp. 217 and 220


The child from this marriage was:

+ 792 M    i. Jacques Voorhees II 226 was born on 4 Dec 1763226 and died on 9 Oct 1802226 at age 38.

343. Cornelius Van Doren 366 was born on 25 Sep 1746366 and died in Dec 1834 on the Way Home From Church, Middlebush, New Jersey366 at age 88.

Cornelius married Elizabeth Wyckoff.366 Elizabeth was born of Millstone, New Jersey.366

Children from this marriage were:

   793 M    i. John Van Doren .366

   794 F    ii. Sarah Van Doren .366

   795 M    iii. Cornelius Van Doren .366

Cornelius married Maria Brokaw.366

348. Albert Williamse Covenhoven died before 23 Nov 1763.

Albert married Mary Williamse Van Doren, daughter of William Jacobse Van Doran and Altje Cornelis Covenhoven,209 on 22 May 1745 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Mary was born after 1720 and died after 1763.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 299)

351. Joseph Williamse Covenhoven died before 29 May 1792.

Joseph married Hannah Hankinson on 3 Feb 1756.

The child from this marriage was:

   796 F    i. Helena Covenhoven .

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Helena married Jan Johnse Longstreet, son of John Longstreet and Anne Cowenhoven. Jan was born in 1744.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 10.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 24 Jun 1744.

353. Benjamin Williamse Covenhoven was born in 1726 and died on 3 Apr 1800 at age 74.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 59, 196.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 13 Mar 1726.

Benjamin married Catherine Garretse Wyckoff on 5 Feb 1750. Catherine was born in 1726.

Children from this marriage were:

   797 M    i. Joseph Benjaminse Covenhoven .

   798 F    ii. Elanor Benjaminse Covenhoven .

   799 M    iii. William Benjaminse Covenhoven was born on 3 Jun 1752 and died on 15 Aug 1807 at age 55.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 59, 196.

William married Eleanor Forman, daughter of Peter Forman and Eleanor Aertse Williamson, on 1 Jan 1774. Eleanor was born in 1755 and died on 21 Aug 1823 at age 68.

   800 M    iv. Garret Benjaminse Covenhoven was born on 31 Jan 1761 and died on 18 Dec 1824 at age 63.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 59, 196.

Garret married Lydia Forman, daughter of Peter Forman and Eleanor Aertse Williamson. Lydia was born on 31 Jan 1762 and died on 15 Feb 1840 at age 78.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 59, 196.

357. Henry Hendricks was born on 20 Jun 1730 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Jul 178319 at age 53. Other names for Henry were Henderick Henderickson and Henery Hendricks.

Henry married Sarah Thompson,19 daughter of Thomas Thompson and Agnes Thompson, on 3 Apr 1751 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey. Sarah was born about 1732 in , Monmouth, New Jersey and died about 1800 in Rowan, North Carolina about age 68.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 3 Apr 1751. Monmouth, Co., NJ.

Children from this marriage were:

   801 M    i. Henry Hendricks was born about 1751, was baptized on 3 May 1752 in Dutch Reform Chr, Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, and died about 1811 about age 60. Another name for Henry was Hendrick Hendrickson.

Christening Notes:

Henry married Sally Cummings.19

   802 M    ii. Joseph Hendricks 19 was born about 1752.19 Another name for Joseph was Joseph Hendrickson.19

   803 M    iii. John Johannes Hendrickson 19 was born on 9 Sep 1753 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey,19 was baptized on 30 Sep 1753 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, and died in Simpson, Kentucky.19 Another name for John was John Johannes Hendricks.19

Christening Notes:

John married Mary Perkins between 1788 and 1793.

   804 F    iv. Aeltje Hendricks was baptized on 13 Apr 1755 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.19 Another name for Aeltje was Aeltje Hendric Henderic.

+ 805 M    v. William Hendricks was born about 1757, was baptized on 26 Feb 1758 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey,19 and died between 1837 and 1838.

   806 M    vi. Albert Hendricks was born on 2 May 1759 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, was baptized on 8 Sep 1759 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, and died on 14 Sep 1843 in Sumner Co., Tennessee at age 84.

Christening Notes:

Albert married Margaret Barnett on 9 Sep 1792 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Margaret is Margaret Barnard Peggy Barnett.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Comment: Possibly married at Rockingham Co., North Carolina

   807 F    vii. Arrintha Hendricks was baptized on 6 Sep 1761 in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey.19 Another name for Arrintha was Arrintha Hendrick Henderic.

+ 808 M    viii. Abraham Hendricks was born between 1763 and 1766 in Franklin, Macon, North Carolina and died on 14 Feb 1848 in Jackson, Missouri.

   809 M    ix. James Hendricks was born about 1763 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

James married \\.

   810 M    x. Joseph Hendricks was born about 1765 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died in Revolutionary W, Cumberland River.

   811 M    xi. Samuel Hendricks was born about 1767 in Rowan, North Carolina and died in Cadiz, Henry, Indiana.

Samuel married Theodate about 1787 in Randolph, North Carolina.

   812 F    xii. Sarah Hendricks was born about 1768 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Other names for Sarah were Sally Hendricks and Sally Hendrickson.

   813 F    xiii. Phebe Hendrick Henderic 19 was born about 1769 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Phebe was Phebe Hendricks.19

359. Albert Peterse Covenhoven was born on 24 Oct 1743 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 6 Mar 1826 in Montgomery, Orange, New York at age 82.

Albert married Patience Pieterse Covenhoven, daughter of Peter Pieterse Covenhoven and Leah Schenck,194 on 1 Dec 1765 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Patience was born in 1742 and died on 8 Mar 1826 in Montgomery, Orange, New York at age 84.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 277)

361. Hendrick Peterse Covenhoven was born on 5 Apr 1750 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 23 Dec 1799 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 49.

Hendrick married Gashy Gerretse Covenhoven, daughter of Garret Jacobse Covenhoven and Neeltje Rolofse Schenck,347 on 13 Mar 1772. Gashy was born on 5 Feb 1753 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Gashy was Grace Covenhoven.

Children from this marriage were:

   814 M    i. Garret Hendrickse Covenhoven was born about 1776 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Garret married Sarah Gordon about 1800.

   815 M    ii. Peter Hendrickse Covenhoven was born on 18 Apr 1778 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 14 Aug 1817 at age 39.

Peter married Mary Rue.

Peter next married Patience Scott about 1800.

   816 F    iii. Mary Hendrickse Covenhoven was born about 1783 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Mary married James Patterson on 31 Dec 1806.

   817 F    iv. Willempie Hendrickse Covenhoven was born on 1 Jan 1791 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 31 Jan 1874 at age 83.

Willempie married Garret Van Doren on 22 Feb 1821.

   818 M    v. Jacob Hendrickse Covenhoven was born on 9 Apr 1795 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 10 Feb 1851 at age 55.

Jacob married Elinor Smock about 1815.

   819 F    vi. Anne Hendrickse Covenhoven was born about 1796.

362. Neeltje Peterse Covenhoven was born on 30 Oct 1754 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 7 Nov 1837 at age 83.

Neeltje married Hendrick Davidse Williamson, son of David Aertse Williamson and Geertje Hendrickse Voorhees, on 23 Mar 1780. Hendrick was born on 16 Feb 1749, was baptized on 27 Mar 1749, and died on 28 Oct 1813 at age 64.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 820 M    i. David Hendrickse Williamson was born on 5 Jan 1780 and died on 29 Sep 1855 in Ohio at age 75.

   821 M    ii. John Hendrickse Williamson was born on 7 Nov 1781 and died on 29 Oct 1784 at age 2.

+ 822 M    iii. Peter Hendrickse Williamson was born on 30 May 1783, was baptized on 15 Aug 1784, and died on 22 May 1853 in Ohio at age 69.

   823 F    iv. Jane Hendrickse Williamson was born on 29 Nov 1785 and was baptized on 19 Mar 1786.

Jane married Nicholas Barcalow on 14 Jan 1806. Nicholas was born in 1778.

+ 824 F    v. Catherine Hendrickse Williamson was born on 2 Jun 1790, was baptized on 31 Oct 1790 in Ohio, and died after 1819.

+ 825 F    vi. Alchie Hendrickse Williamson was born on 31 May 1791 and died on 16 Dec 1872 at age 81.

   826 F    vii. Anna Hendrickse Williamson was born on 18 Nov 1792 and died on 26 Feb 1793.

General Notes: Anna was the twin of Aurt.

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 188.

+ 827 M    viii. Aurt Hendrickse Williamson was born on 18 Nov 1792, was baptized on 16 Jun 1793, and died on 9 Jul 1848 in Ohio at age 55.

+ 828 M    ix. John Hendrickse Williamson was born on 17 Jun 1797, was baptized on 20 May 1798, and died on 1 Sep 1845 at age 48.

364. Albert Gerritse Covenhoven died on 12 May 1835 in New Jersey.

Albert married Sarah Bonham on 21 May 1779 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Sarah was born about 1756.

Children from this marriage were:

   829 M    i. Gerret Albertse Covenhoven was born about 1780 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Gerret married Sarah Cornelise Covenhoven, daughter of Cornelius Albertse Couwenhoven and Mary Logan, about 1800 in New Jersey. Sarah was born in Jan 1778 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 20 Mar 1841 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 63.

   830 M    ii. Joseph Albertse Covenhoven was born about 1782 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Joseph married Rebecca Kool about 1802 in New Jersey.

   831 F    iii. Sarah Albertse Covenhoven was born about 1784 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Sarah married Samuel Shepherd about 1805.

   832 F    iv. Rachel Albertse Covenhoven was born about 1786 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Rachel married Jerry Ten Eyck.

Rachel next married David Bellis.

   833 F    v. Catherine Albertse Covenhoven was born about 1788 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Catherine married John Serviss about 1810.

   834 F    vi. Anne Albertse Covenhoven was born about 1790 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Anne married Oliver Kegler about 1810.

   835 M    vii. Abraham Albertse Covenhoven was born on 7 Apr 1792 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 28 Mar 1881 at age 88. Other names for Abraham were Abraham Conover and Abraham Conover.

Abraham married Sarah Bodine 499 on 1 Mar 1817 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey.499

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1812. 499

365. Cornelius Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 18 May 1771 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died before Jan 1815 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Cornelius married Elizabeth Hermonse Covenhoven, daughter of Hermanus Williamse Covenhoven and Phoebe Bailey, about 1790. Elizabeth was born on 7 Mar 1769 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 16 Nov 1837 at age 68.

Children from this marriage were:

   836 F    i. Mary Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 14 Feb 1792 and died on 1 Nov 1801 at age 9. Another name for Mary was Polly Covenhoven.

   837 M    ii. John Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 10 Nov 1799 and died on 26 Nov 1852 at age 53.

John married Elizabeth Vanderbilt about 1820.

   838 M    iii. William Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 22 Aug 1801.

William married Ann Holmes about 1821.

   839 M    iv. Sidney Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 24 Sep 1803.

Sidney married Eliza Schenck about 1823.

   840 M    v. Harmon Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 9 Feb 1807.

   841 F    vi. Sarah Anne Cornelise Covenhoven was born on 28 Sep 1808 and died on 17 Jul 1843 at age 34.

Sarah married Peter P. Conover about 1828.

   842 M    vii. Cornelius Cornelise Covenhoven was born about 1810.

372. Gashy Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 5 Feb 1753 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Another name for Gashy was Grace Covenhoven.

Gashy married David Gordon.

Gashy next married Hendrick Peterse Covenhoven, son of Peter Albertse Couwenhoven and Willemptje Hendrickse Voorhees, on 13 Mar 1772. Hendrick was born on 5 Apr 1750 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 23 Dec 1799 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 49.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 361)

376. John Gerretse Covenhoven was born on 3 Apr 1760 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 11 May 1802 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 42.

John married Jane Garretse Schenck, daughter of Gerrit Koertse Schenck and Eleanor Johanse Voorhees, on 22 Aug 1778 in New Jersey. Jane was born on 1 Feb 1762 and died on 5 Nov 1836 at age 74.

Children from this marriage were:

   843 F    i. Sarah Johnse Covenhoven was born between 1765 and 1785.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Sarah married Elbert Van Doran, son of Peter Van Doran and Jane Elbertse Williamson, on 14 Mar 1803. Elbert was born on 14 Nov 1781. Another name for Elbert was Albert Van Doran.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

   844 M    ii. Elias Johnse Covenhoven was born on 10 Aug 1779 and died on 2 Oct 1849 at age 70.

Elias married Mary Roelof Schenck about 1799.

   845 F    iii. Nelly Johnse Covenhoven was born on 6 Jun 1781.

Nelly married George Morris on 7 Dec 1796.

   846 M    iv. Garret Johnse Covenhoven was born on 31 Mar 1785 and died on 12 May 1829 at age 44.

Garret married Sarah Roelof Schenck on 6 Jan 1807. Sarah was born between 1785 and 1790.326

   847 F    v. Mary Johnse Covenhoven was born in Jul 1787 and died on 31 Mar 1796 at age 8.

   848 F    vi. Jane Johnse Covenhoven was born on 10 Sep 1789 and died on 1 Jun 1831 at age 41.

Jane married Jonathan R. Gordon on 23 Oct 1805.

   849 M    vii. John Johnse Covenhoven was born on 25 Sep 1791 and died on 8 Apr 1807 at age 15.

391. Ann Matthiase Covenhoven 368 was born on 18 Sep 1764 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 6 Dec 1852 in Holland, Monmouth, New Jersey at age 88. Another name for Ann was Anna Conover.

Ann married John Peterse Luyster,368 son of Peter Luyster 368 and Anna Luyster,113 on 3 Jun 1790 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. John was born on 29 Nov 1763368 and died on 11 Sep 1848368 at age 84.

The child from this marriage was:

   850 M    i. Peter Luyster 368 was born about 1785 and died after 1852.368

395. Hermanus Williamse Covenhoven was born on 5 Jun 1740 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 4 Jan 1804 in West Windsor Township, Middlesex, New Jersey at age 63.

Hermanus married Phoebe Bailey on 5 Aug 1764 in New Jersey. Phoebe was born on 17 Apr 1744 and died on 2 Feb 1832 in West Windsor Township, Middlesex, New Jersey at age 87.

Children from this marriage were:

   851 F    i. Mary Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 8 Feb 1766 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 22 Mar 1855 at age 89.

Mary married Garret Schenck.

Mary next married George G. Bergen on 5 Aug 1789 in New Jersey.

   852 F    ii. Sarah Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 8 Feb 1767 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

+ 853 F    iii. Elizabeth Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 7 Mar 1769 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 16 Nov 1837 at age 68.

   854 F    iv. Caty Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 19 Aug 1771 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

   855 F    v. Ruth Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 4 Mar 1774 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

Ruth married Joseph Grover about 1794.

   856 F    vi. Peggy Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 29 Oct 1778 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

Peggy married Elisha Sortore about 1798 in New Jersey.

   857 F    vii. Abigail Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 10 May 1779 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

   858 M    viii. William Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 31 Oct 1781 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

William married Catherine Voorhees about 1801.

   859 M    ix. John Hermonse Covenhoven was born on 25 May 1784 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

John married Margaret Duncan about 1804.

   860 M    x. Jacob Hermonse Covenhoven was born about 1786 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

396. Peter Covenhoven was born on 18 Oct 1743 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 20 Aug 1831 in South Amboy, Middlesex, New Jersey at age 87. Another name for Peter was Peter Williamse Covenhoven.

General Notes:

WILL: 29 AUG 1825 [S25]
PROBATE: 31 AUG 1831 [S406]
BURIAL: AFT 20 AUG 1831, Cranbury, NJ [S406]

RELIGION: 1786, Presbyterian Church, Cranford, NJ [S25]
RELIGION: 05 MAY 1808, Dismissed from the church [S25]

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: One source (unknown) gives date of death as "before" August 20, 1831

• Alt. Birth: 18 Oct 1743. Middlesex Co, NJ

• Alt. Death: Bef 20 Aug 1831. South Amboy, NJ

Peter married Phebe Dey about 1770 in New Jersey. Phebe was born on 18 Nov 1748 and died on 14 May 1826 at age 77. Another name for Phebe was Phoebe Day.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: Abt 1770.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 1: Body interred at Cemetary, Cranfort, NJ

The child from this marriage was:

+ 861 M    i. John P. Covenhoven was born on 3 Oct 1778 and died on 12 Apr 1835 at age 56.

408. Abraham Cornelius Covenhoven was born about Feb 1758 in New Jersey and died before 28 Aug 1844.

Abraham married Charlotte Bennett.

Abraham next married Ellen Marlatt on 23 Jan 1780 in Fonda, Montgomery, New York. Ellen was born about 1758.

Children from this marriage were:

   862 F    i. Polly Abrahamse Covenhoven .

   863 F    ii. Sarah Abrahamse Covenhoven .

   864 M    iii. Zail Abrahamse Covenhoven was born about 1780 in Fonda, Montgomery, New York.

Zail married Mary Shuler on 31 Jan 1808 in Glen, Montgomery, New York.

   865 F    iv. Hannah Abrahamse Covenhoven was born about 1781 in Fonda, Montgomery, New York.

Hannah married George Voorhees about 1805.

   866 M    v. Isaiah Abrahamse Covenhoven was born about 1785.

   867 F    vi. Baucha Abrahamse Covenhoven was born on 20 Jul 1788 in New York and died on 28 Jul 1845 at age 57.

Baucha married Phillip Abel about 1810.

   868 M    vii. Ellender Abrahamse Covenhoven was born on 14 Apr 1789 in New York and died on 29 Aug 1859 at age 70.

Ellender married Sarah Baird about 1828.

   869 M    viii. William Abrahamse Covenhoven was born on 30 Apr 1791 in New York and died on 19 Mar 1876 in New York at age 84.

William married Susannah G. Shuler.

   870 M    ix. Abram Abrahamse Covenhoven was born about 1792 in New York.

410. John Covenhoven 77 was born in 1743 in NJ77 and died about 180477 about age 61. Other names for John were Jan Covenhoven and77 John Covenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1745. 77 Penn's Neck, NJ

• Alt. Death: After 1798. 77

John married \\\\ Lane.77

Children from this marriage were:

   871 M    i. Joseph Covenhoven .77

+ 872 M    ii. John Crawford Crownover 77 was born in Bedford County, Prnnsylvania77 and died in 1842 in TX.77

   873 M    iii. Jacob Covenhoven .77

   874 M    iv. Benjamin Covenhoven .77

   875 F    v. Nancy Covenhoven .77

   876 F    vi. Betsy Covenhoven .77

+ 877 M    vii. Thomas Covenhoven 77 was born about 1761 in Hopewell Twp, Bedford Co., PA.77

+ 878 M    viii. Daniel Covenhoven 77 was born in 1768 in Hopewell Twp, Bedford Co., PA77 and died in 183877 at age 70.

+ 879 M    ix. William Covenhoven 77 was born about 178077 and died about 185077 about age 70.

+ 880 M    x. Hezekiah Covenhoven 77 was born in 1786 in Huntingdon, PA77 and died on 4 Apr 1861 in Huntingdon, PA77 at age 75.

412. Benjamin Covenhoven 67,111 was born between 1753 and 1755 in New Jersey111 and died about 1815 in St. Clair, Illinois.111 Other names for Benjamin were Benjamin Crownover, Bejamin Van Kouwenhoven 67. and111

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1750. 111 Pennsylvania or New Jersey

• Alt. Birth: 1750. 111

• Fact 1: Bef 1800. 111 Was using the surname "Crownover" by 1800

• Alt. Death: 1815. 111 Illinois

Benjamin married Rachel Jasper 111 between 1770 and 1771.111 Rachel was born between 1752 and 1763 in Union, South Carolina111 and died about 1815 in St. Clair, Illinois.111

The child from this marriage was:

+ 881 M    i. Abraham Abel Crownover 111 was born about 1783 in Union, South Carolina111 and died in 1851 in Bossier Parish, Louisiana111 about age 68.

413. Joseph Covenhoven 67 was born on 17 Nov 1759 in New Jersey67 and died about 1836 in Tennessee67 about age 77.

Joseph married \\.

Children from this marriage were:

   882 M    i. Joseph Crownover 67 was born in 1785 in South Carolina67 and died in Tennessee.67

   883 M    ii. John Crownover 67 was born in 1785 in South Carolina.67

   884 M    iii. Thedore Crownover 67 was born in 1787 in South Carolina67 and died in Alabama.67

   885 M    iv. Benjamin Crownover 67 was born in 1790 in Tennessee.67

+ 886 M    v. Daniel Crownover 67 was born in 1791 in South Carolina.67

   887 M    vi. Jonathan B. Crownover 67 was born in 1798 in Tennessee67 and died in 188467 at age 86.

420. Benjamin Gerritse Covenhoven was born on 25 Jan 1753 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 10 Sep 1801 at age 48.

Benjamin married Abigail Buckelew about 1774 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey. Abigail was born on 24 Feb 1752 and died on 19 Jan 1799 at age 46.

Children from this marriage were:

   888 F    i. Martha Benjaminse Covenhoven died on 26 Nov 1851.

Martha married Richard Green about 1796.

   889 F    ii. Eleanor Benjaminse Covenhoven was born on 20 Feb 1778 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Eleanor married William Herbert on 31 Jan 1801 in New Jersey.

   890 F    iii. Catherine Benjaminse Covenhoven was born on 17 Jun 1780.

Catherine married John Schenck on 21 Aug 1800.

   891 F    iv. Hannah Benjaminse Covenhoven was born on 24 Jan 1783 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

Hannah married James Brown on 5 Sep 1805.

   892 M    v. John Benjaminse Covenhoven was born on 19 Sep 1785 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

John married Eliza Baird on 7 Jun 1810.

   893 M    vi. Obadiah Benjaminse Covenhoven was born on 12 Apr 1788 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 6 Jan 1835 in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio at age 46.

Obadiah married Sarah Miller about 1808.

   894 M    vii. Garret Benjaminse Covenhoven was born on 14 Oct 1790 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   895 F    viii. Betsy Benjaminse Covenhoven was born about 1791 in Monmouth, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 7 Aug 1852 about age 61. Another name for Betsy was Eliza Covenhoven.

Betsy married Obadiah Samuelse Buckalew on 12 Sep 1804.

423. Gerrit Gerritse Covenhoven I was born on 28 Sep 1770 in Marlboro, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 15 Oct 1851 in Saegertown, Crawford, Pennsylvania at age 81.

Gerrit married Maria Gerritse Schenck, daughter of Gerrit Gerritse Schenck and Sarah Rulifse Covenhoven, on 12 Jan 1792 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey. Maria was born on 14 Dec 1773 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 17 May 1849 in Saegertown, Crawford, Pennsylvania at age 75.

Children from this marriage were:

   896 F    i. Eleanor Garretse Covenhoven .

Eleanor married Ephraim Loree Schenck about 1810.

   897 M    ii. William Garretse Covenhoven .

William married Arintha Schenck about 1815.

   898 F    iii. Sarah Garretse Schenck Covenhoven .

Sarah married John Peacock.

Sarah next married William Nielson on 23 Dec 1819.

   899 F    iv. Maria Garretse Polhemus Covenhoven .

Maria married John Buck on 9 Aug 1827 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   900 F    v. Catherine Garretse Covenhoven .

Catherine married William Alford on 17 Dec 1828.

   901 F    vi. Jane Garretse Smock Covenhoven .

Jane married John Ostrander on 4 Nov 1829.

   902 M    vii. John Garretse Polhemus Covenhoven died about 1816 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

   903 F    viii. Margaret Garretse Covenhoven .

   904 M    ix. John Garretse Covenhoven was born on 10 Feb 1798 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 21 Feb 1798 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey.

424. John Dominicus Covenhoven was born in 1752 in New Jersey and died in 1792 in Windsor, Mercer, New Jersey at age 40.

John married Rachel Tindall in 1780. Rachel was born in New Jersey.

Children from this marriage were:

   905 M    i. James Johnse Couvenhoven was born in 1782 and died on 5 Oct 1860 at age 78.

James married Rebecca Bright on 26 Aug 1807 in Fayette, Kentucky.

   906 M    ii. Joseph Johnse Couvenhoven was born in 1784 and died in 1850 at age 66.

Joseph married Mary Yates on 14 Aug 1794 in Woodford, Kentucky.

425. William Dominicus Covenhoven was born on 1 Apr 1753 in New Jersey and died on 11 Dec 1823 in Bloomsbury, New Jersey at age 70.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Buried in Hopewell, New Jersey.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: Buried in Hopewell, New Jersey

William married Elizabeth Johnse Schenck on 22 Oct 1771 in New Jersey. Elizabeth was born on 15 May 1754 in New Jersey and died on 17 Jul 1816 at age 62.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Buried in Hopewell, New Jersey.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 6: Buried in Hopewell, New Jersey

Children from this marriage were:

   907 M    i. John Couvenhoven was born on 6 Dec 1774 and died on 14 Jun 1777 at age 2.

   908 F    ii. Mary Couvenhoven was born on 27 Aug 1777 in New Jersey and died on 11 Feb 1806 at age 28.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Buried in the Voorhees-Nevius Cemetery in Somerset County, New Jersey.

Mary married Daniel Polhemus on 17 Feb 1796. Daniel was born WFT Est 1755-1787 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died WFT Est 1812-1874 at age 57.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

M. date see p 138 of Beekman's.

   909 F    iii. Catherine Couvenhoven was born on 14 Nov 1779 in New Jersey.

Catherine married Grotus Beekman Stryker on 10 Jan 1808 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey.

   910 M    iv. Elias Couvenhoven was born on 20 Dec 1781 in New Jersey and died on 22 Jan 1848 in Menard, Illinois at age 66.

Elias married Sarah Vanderveer on 22 Nov 1807 in Somerset, New Jersey. Sarah was born on 11 Mar 1784 in New Jersey and died on 3 Mar 1849 at age 64.

   911 M    v. William Schenck Couvenhoven was born on 8 Jul 1789 in New Jersey and died on 14 Mar 1822 at age 32.

William married Wisula Morgan on 15 Mar 1812. Wisula was born in New Jersey and died on 8 Oct 1815. Another name for Wisula was Ursula Morgan.

William next married Ann Van Voorhees on 1 Jun 1817 in Hunterdon, , New Jersey. Ann was born on 22 Feb 1763.

426. Garrett Dominicus Conover was born on 21 Mar 1756 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 28 Mar 1826 in Columbia, Adair, Kentucky at age 70.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Served as a private in Captain Samuel Stout's Company, 3rd Regiment, Middlesex County, New Jersey militiia in 1776 (National No. 140496). Moved to Monmouth County in 1778, where he served in the 1st Regiment of the Monmouth County Militia. He was a member of a detachment which captured the British Brig "Britannia" off the Jersey coast, and awarded a portion of the prize money in the Court of Admiralty presided over by Judge John Imlay at Allentown on February 26, 1789. He was on the rolls of Captain Van Cleaves Company, june 6, 1780 and received Certificate #1465, dated June 10, 1784, signed by Thomas Stelle for 2:13:9, depreciation of his Continental pay in the Middlesex Militia (reference Militia second year, pg. 166) and received Certificate #30, dated May 1, 1784, signed by Thomas Henderson, for 4:6:8 depreciation of his Continental pay in the Monmouth County Militia.
(Notes from the State War Records of New Jersey).

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 129-130.
2) "Cemeteries of Adair County, Kentucky, Volume 3", compiled by Margie Coffey, 1985, pgs. 15-16.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 5: Garrett Conover Cemetery, Adair County, KY

Garrett married Lydia Tilton in 1776 in Middlesex, New Jersey. Lydia was born in 1759 in New Jersey and died on 4 Jan 1845 in Columbia, Adair, Kentucky at age 86.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Cemeteries of Adair County, Kentucky, Volume 3", compiled by Margie Coffey, 1985, pgs. 15-16.
2) Copy of the original Will of Peter Tilton of Middlesex County, NJ, dated September 27, 1794.

Noted events in her life were:

• Fact 5: Garrett Conover Cemetery, Adair County, KY

Children from this marriage were:

   912 M    i. William Conover .

William married Elizabeth Murrell on 22 Jan 1818 in Adair, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

   913 F    ii. Mary Conover died on 15 Jul 1821. Another name for Mary was Polly Conover.

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Cemeteries of Adair County, Kentucky, Volume 3", compiled by Margie Coffey, 1985, pgs. 15-16.

Mary married William H. Gilmer on 4 Oct 1810 in Adair, Kentucky. William died in 1822.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Cemeteries of Adair County, Kentucky, Volume 3", compiled by Margie Coffey, 1985, pgs. 15-16.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 5: Garrett Conover Cemetary, Adair County, KY

Mary next married Alexander Hardin on 1 Apr 1820 in Adair, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Reference Adair County, KY marriage records.

   914 F    iii. Elizabeth Conover died in 1855. Another name for Elizabeth was Betsey Conover.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Tallula, Illinois.

Elizabeth married John Caldwell on 6 Mar 1812 in Adair, Kentucky. John died in 1822 in Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

+ 915 F    iv. Margaret Conover was born on 25 May 1778 in Middlesex, New Jersey.

   916 M    v. Peter Tilton Conover was born on 4 Mar 1786 in New Jersey and died on 22 May 1855 in Adair, Kentucky at age 69.

Peter married Elizabeth Coombs Conover, daughter of Peter Dominicus Conover and Elizabeth Combs, on 17 Feb 1808 in Woodford, Kentucky. Elizabeth was born on 11 Apr 1792 in Hopewell, New Jersey.

Peter next married Jemima Butler on 8 Jan 1823 in Mercer, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Mercer County, Kentucky Marriage Records (CD-002).

Peter next married Joann Rucker on 15 Jun 1829 in Adair, Kentucky. Another name for Joann is Ann Rucker.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

   917 M    vi. Robert Conover was born on 21 Jun 1787 in New Jersey and died on 16 Sep 1871 at age 84.

General Notes: Buried in Oakland Cemetery, Petersburg, Illinois.

Robert married Mary Spears on 3 Oct 1811 in Green, Kentucky. Mary was born on 2 Aug 1789 in Kentucky and died on 10 Mar 1850 at age 60. Another name for Mary was Polly Spears.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Green County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

General Notes: Buried in Oakland Cemetery, Petersburg, Illinois

Robert next married Sarah Ann Osburn on 22 Mar 1851 in Menard, Illinois. Sarah was born on 6 Oct 1823 in Virginia and died on 28 Jun 1908 at age 84.

General Notes: Buried in Oakland Cemetery, Petersburg, Illinois

   918 F    vii. Rebecca Conover was born before 1794 and died on 10 Jun 1871 in Illinois.

Rebecca married John Spears on 6 Jun 1811 in Adair, Kentucky. John died on 5 Jun 1823 in Green, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

   919 M    viii. John Conover was born on 1 Feb 1795 and died on 6 Jul 1874 at age 79.

General Notes: Buried in John Conover Cemetery, Adair County, Kentucky.

John married Miranda J. Carter. Miranda was born on 6 Dec 1815 and died on 5 Aug 1881 at age 65.

General Notes: Buried in John Conover Cemetery, Adair County, Kentucky.

   920 F    ix. Caroline Conover was born on 15 Dec 1799 and died on 24 Mar 1860 at age 60.

Caroline married Reece Morgan on 26 Feb 1829 in Adair, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

427. Levi Dominicus Conover was born on 10 Oct 1757 in Penn's Neck, Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 1 Jan 1837 in Adair, Kentucky at age 79.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Levi served as a Private in the Revolutionary War for 18 months and took part in the Battle of Trenton and Princeton. After discharge from the service, he continued to reside in Middlesex County, New Jersey for eight years. He then moved to Fayette County, Kentucky, where he lived for about eight years also and after that to Adair County, Kentucky.

Levi married Catherine Dey in 1775. Catherine was born in New Jersey and died in 1800 in Adair, Kentucky.

Children from this marriage were:

   921 F    i. Nancy Conover .

Nancy married Charles Kennett.

   922 M    ii. John Conover .

   923 F    iii. Sarah Conover .

Sarah married James Douglas on 22 Oct 1822 in Adair, Kentucky.

   924 F    iv. Elizabeth Conover . Another name for Elizabeth is Eliza Conover.

Elizabeth married Greenberry Selby on 3 Jun 1813 in Adair, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002)

   925 F    v. Mary Ann Conover . Another name for Mary is Polly Conover.

Mary married Daniel Vaughan on 27 Jan 1797 in Woodford, Kentucky.

   926 M    vi. Martin Dominicus Conover was born on 5 Feb 1778 in New Jersey and died on 3 Apr 1839 at age 61.

General Notes: Buried in Morgan County, Illinois.

Martin married Mary Hoagland in 1798. Mary was born on 3 Apr 1778 and died on 24 Dec 1842 at age 64.

General Notes: Buried in Morgan County, Illinois.

+ 927 F    vii. Catherine Conover was born on 8 Oct 1793 and died on 23 Mar 1884 at age 90.

Levi next married Jane Gilbraith Turnbow on 5 Aug 1801 in Green, Kentucky. Another name for Jane is Jenne Turnbow.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Green County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

Children from this marriage were:

   928 F    i. Matilda Conover .

Matilda married Asa B. Lane on 13 Mar 1826 in Adair, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

   929 M    ii. James Conover .

James married Georgianna Beck.

   930 M    iii. Jackson Conover .

Jackson married Phoebe Naylor on 14 Nov 1833 in Adair, Kentucky.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Adair County, Kentucky Marriage Records (CD-002).

Jackson next married Nancy Bennett on 1 Nov 1851 in Adair, Kentucky.

   931 M    iv. Peter Conover was born on 15 May 1802 and died on 22 Jul 1885 at age 83.

Peter married Sally Leach.

   932 M    v. Levi Conover was born on 14 Jan 1808 and died on 26 Jun 1880 at age 72.

General Notes: Buried in Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Illinois.

Levi married Elizabeth Petefish on 8 Nov 1836 in Morgan, Illinois. Elizabeth was born on 4 Aug 1814 in Morgan, Illinois and died on 31 Aug 1837 at age 23.

General Notes: Buried in Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Illinois.

Levi next married Phoebe A. Rosenberger on 14 Feb 1841 in Morgan, Illinois. Phoebe was born on 8 Jan 1809 and died on 24 Oct 1887 at age 78.

General Notes: Buried in Walnut Ridge Cemetery, Virginia, Illinois.

428. Peter Dominicus Conover was born on 9 Feb 1769 in Middlesex, New Jersey and died on 17 May 1835 in Morgan, Illinois at age 66.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Peter was a party to numerous land conveyances in Kentucky between 1792 and 1822, when he was a resident of Kentucky, and later to several in Illinois. Peter was the only one of Dominicus and Mary Conover's sons to emigrate to Illinois. He and Hannah came to Morgan County, Illinois about 1822. He is buried in Morgan County, Illinois.

Peter married Elizabeth Combs on 9 Jan 1787 in New Jersey. Elizabeth was born on 5 Jun 1770 in New Jersey and died on 15 Oct 1846 in Illinois at age 76. Another name for Elizabeth was Hannah Combs.

General Notes:

[Source: Unknown]

Buried in Morgan County, Illinois.


Children from this marriage were:

   933 F    i. Catherine Van Lou Conover was born on 1 Jan 1790 in Hopewell, New Jersey and died on 15 Jan 1852 at age 62.

General Notes: Buried in Cass County, Illinois.

Catherine married Eli W. Reading on 17 Sep 1806 in New Jersey. Eli was born on 1 Jan 1778 in Versailles, Kentucky and died on 15 Mar 1852 in Morgan, Illinois at age 74.

   934 F    ii. Elizabeth Coombs Conover was born on 11 Apr 1792 in Hopewell, New Jersey.

Elizabeth married Peter Tilton Conover, son of Garrett Dominicus Conover and Lydia Tilton, on 17 Feb 1808 in Woodford, Kentucky. Peter was born on 4 Mar 1786 in New Jersey and died on 22 May 1855 in Adair, Kentucky at age 69.

   935 M    iii. William Conover was born on 4 Jul 1794 in Woodford, Kentucky and died on 15 May 1848 in Cass, Illinois at age 53.

General Notes: Buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Mason County, Illinois.

William married Rebecca Hopkins on 10 Oct 1814 in Woodford, Kentucky. Rebecca was born in 1796 in Delaware and died on 6 Jul 1845 at age 49.

General Notes: Buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Mason County, Illinois.

   936 M    iv. Jonathan Coombs Conover was born on 15 Apr 1797 in Woodford, Kentucky and died on 16 Sep 1856 at age 59.

General Notes: Buried in Bath, Illinois Cemetery.

Jonathan married Martha D. Burgin on 16 Sep 1818 in Woodford, Kentucky. Martha was born on 14 Jun 1801 in New Jersey and died on 9 Sep 1839 at age 38.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Woodford County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

General Notes: Buried in Morgan County, Illinois.

   937 M    v. Levi P. Conover was born on 27 Oct 1799 in Woodford, Kentucky and died in 1848 in Fulton, Illinois at age 49.

General Notes: Buried in Hart Cemetery, Fulton County, Illinois.

Levi married Margaret Wilson on 22 Feb 1821 in Gallatin, Kentucky. Margaret was born on 10 Jan 1802 in Kentucky and died in 1876 at age 74.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Gallatin County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

General Notes: Buried in Hart Cemetery, Fulton County, Illinois.

   938 F    vi. Mary Ann Conover was born on 5 Dec 1801 in Woodford, Kentucky.

Mary married Jonathan Coombs Burgin on 1 Dec 1819 in Woodford, Kentucky. Jonathan was born on 20 May 1799 and died on 15 Dec 1848 at age 49.

Marriage Notes: Sources:
1) Woodford County, Kentucky Marriage Records (Everton CD-002).

General Notes: Buried in Liter Cemetery, Morgan County, Illinois.

   939 F    vii. Martha Conover was born on 6 Nov 1803 in Woodford, Kentucky and died in 1810 in Kentucky at age 7.

General Notes: Martha died at the age of seven when she swallowed three pins, according to Peter W. Conover's diary. She is buried in Woodford County, Kentucky.

   940 M    viii. Peter Wilson Conover was born on 19 Sep 1807 in Woodford, Kentucky and died on 20 Sep 1892 at age 85.

General Notes: Buried in Provo, Utah.

Peter married Evelyn B. Golden on 6 Jan 1828 in Jersey Prarie, Illinois. Evelyn was born on 20 May 1809 in Mayesville, Kentucky and died on 10 Nov 1847 at age 38.

General Notes: Buried in Iowa.

Peter next married Mary Jane McCarrol on 10 Nov 1850 in Utah. Mary was born on 11 Mar 1829 in Louisiana.

General Notes: Buried in Provo, Utah.

   941 M    ix. Dominicus John Garrett Conover was born on 15 Dec 1812 in Woodford, Kentucky and died on 7 Sep 1893 at age 80.

General Notes: Buried in Stella, Nebraska Cemetery.

Dominicus married Susan Houghton on 5 Sep 1833 in Morgan, Illinois. Susan was born in 1814 and died on 26 Sep 1845 at age 31.

General Notes: Buried on Ray Middlekamp Farm, Bath, Illinois.

Dominicus next married Hannah Mitchell on 7 Apr 1846 in Cass, Illinois. Hannah was born on 11 Nov 1816 and died on 21 Aug 1895 at age 78.

General Notes: Buried in Stella, Nebraska Cemetery.

432. Aert Barkalow was born on 8 Jul 1740 and died on 27 Jun 1801 in Kentucky at age 60. Other names for Aert were Aert Barcalow, Aart Barkalo, Arthur Barkalow, Aert Barkelow,7, and8 Arthur Barkelow.21

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Birth: WFT Est 1733-1759.

• Alt. Death: WFT Est 1739-1839.

• Alt. Birth: Bef 10 Aug 1740.

Aert married Sarah Polhemus,21 daughter of Tobias Polhemus 21 and Name Unknown,21 in 1765.21 Sarah was born on 10 Oct 174421 and died on 7 Jan 1799 in New Jersey at age 54.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: 7 Jan 1799.

The child from this marriage was:

   942 M    i. John Polhemus Barkalow .21

General Notes: [Source: 11153.GED]

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I do know from a certified marriage license that Elizabeth Sutton married John Polhemus Barkalow in Butler Co., OH, on 1 Feb. 1813. She died in Warren Co., OH, 28 Jan 1849. John Barkalow was born in Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., New Jersey and died in Warren County also but on 4 August 1829, andElizabeth was left to rear their 9 living children. Both Elizabeth and John Sutton were buried in the Barkalow Cemetery (also known as Old Prairie Burying Ground) near Franklin, Warren Co. This was confirmed in Mr. Allen Betzler's findings in "New Jersey Transplants" and a photo I took before that cemetery was restored and fenced by the Georgia-Pacific Co. who maintains the grounds at the present time.

Even so there is no record in Warren Co. or adjoining counties regarding this Sutton family. The only record they could furnish was the marriage of my g.grandmother, Mary Barkalow to Edward Bond 27 Dec. 1849. They moved to Greenville, Darke Co., Ohio and later to Indianapolis, IN. I have listed their other children and vital statistics that I have uncovered about them. Tax records in 1820 show John Barkalow owned nothing more than a horse and cow so was not taxable. In 1830 Elizabeth Barkalow was listed in his place but was not taxable as owning nothing. Ten children were listed but only nine grew to maturity, married and moved to other counties to the west, into Indiana , Illinois and Arkansas.

I have records on most of Elizabeth and John' children, up to the present day in some instances, and am hoping someone reading this will recognize some surname and contact me with even the smallest clue. I did hear from one query that Elizabeth was known as "Aunt Betsy" by her nieces and nephews. Also, that they depended on John's brothers and sister for help. Also, they were thought to have lived in a "shack"on a corner of Aunt Sally Ten Eyck's farm.

The children of Elizabeth Sutton and John Barkalow were:

1. Tobias P. Barkalow ( probably for a brother) m. (1) Mary Van Tilburgh (2) Katherine Jenks

2. Sarah m. Richard Van Tilburgh (bro. of Mary)

3. William m. Elizabeth Ullery

4. Jane m. Abner Hall

5. Benjamin m. Hannah Andrews

6. Mary m. Edward Bond (of Warren Co. also)

7. Amy m. Thomas Everingham (or Everingham)

8. Derrick (also first name of another brother of John) m. Susanna Fairchild

9. John M.

10. Rachel died young.

Elizabeth S. Schwalm, 3533 6th St. S., Arlington, VA. 222


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433. Derrick Barcalow 7,8 was born on 19 Apr 1754175 and died on 10 Nov 1803175 at age 49. Other names for Derrick were Derrick Barkalow,7,8 Derick Barkelo, Derrick Barkelow 7., and8

General Notes:

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 196.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: Unknown. 175

Derrick married Anne Baird 175 on 28 Jan 1772. Anne was born WFT Est 1744-1761 and died WFT Est 1809-1853 at age 65.

Children from this marriage were:

   943 F    i. Lydia Barkalow was born WFT Est 1774-1795 and died WFT Est 1813-1882 at age 39.

Lydia married William Cox in 1808. William was born WFT Est 1756-1788 and died WFT Est 1813-1875 at age 57.

   944 F    ii. Alche Barkalow was born in 1775 and died in 1842 at age 67.

Alche married Arthur Vanderveer WFT Est 1789-1820. Arthur was born WFT Est 1758-1778 and died WFT Est 1792-1864 at age 34.

   945 F    iii. Eleanor Barkalow was born WFT Est 1775-1801 and died WFT Est 1791-1884 at age 16.

Eleanor married William Vail WFT Est 1791-1834. William was born WFT Est 1765-1799 and died WFT Est 1791-1879 at age 26.

   946 M    iv. William Barkalow was born WFT Est 1775-1801 and died as a child.

   947 F    v. Sarah Barkalow was born WFT Est 1775-1801 and died WFT Est 1791-1884 at age 16.

Sarah married David Labaw WFT Est 1791-1834. David was born WFT Est 1765-1799 and died WFT Est 1791-1879 at age 26.

   948 F    vi. Deborah Barkalow was born WFT Est 1775-1801 and died WFT Est 1791-1884 at age 16.

Deborah married Richard Potts WFT Est 1791-1834. Richard was born WFT Est 1765-1799 and died WFT Est 1791-1879 at age 26.

   949 M    vii. Benjamin Baird Barkalow was born in 1782 and died WFT Est 1799-1872 at age 17.

Benjamin married Ann Lane WFT Est 1799-1832. Ann was born WFT Est 1778-1798 and died WFT Est 1799-1882 at age 21.

+ 950 M    viii. Zebulon Barkalow was born on 22 Jul 1786 in New Jersey and died on 10 Sep 1835 in Ohio at age 49.

   951 F    ix. Nancy Barkalow was born in 1803 and died WFT Est 1817-1897 at age 14.

Nancy married James Combs WFT Est 1817-1850. James was born WFT Est 1786-1806 and died WFT Est 1820-1892 at age 34.

   952 F    x. Helena Barkalow was born in 1808 and died WFT Est 1822-1902 at age 14.

Helena married James Lanier WFT Est 1822-1855. James was born WFT Est 1791-1811 and died WFT Est 1825-1897 at age 34.

446. Hendrick Davidse Williamson was born on 16 Feb 1749, was baptized on 27 Mar 1749, and died on 28 Oct 1813 at age 64.

Hendrick married Neeltje Peterse Covenhoven, daughter of Peter Albertse Couwenhoven and Willemptje Hendrickse Voorhees, on 23 Mar 1780. Neeltje was born on 30 Oct 1754 in Freehold, Monmouth, New Jersey and died on 7 Nov 1837 at age 83.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 362)

447. William Davidse Williamson was born on 20 Sep 1750.

General Notes: William was in the Monmouth Militia during the Revolutionary War (Pension #w6519). His wife Lena's pension number was #282.

Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 186, 191.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 18 Nov 1750.

William married Lena Brewer on 22 Nov 1772. Lena was born about 1754 and died in 1842 about age 88.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 186.


Children from this marriage were:

   953 F    i. Ann Williamse Williamson was born in 1774.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 191.

   954 M    ii. David Williamse Williamson was born in 1778.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 191.

   955 F    iii. Jane Williamse Williamson was born in 1780. Another name for Jane was Genny Williamse Williamson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 191.

Jane married Cornelius Brewer on 10 Feb 1798. Cornelius was born on 27 Aug 1774.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 191.

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 6: 9 Oct 1776.

+ 956 M    iv. Peter Williamse Williamson was born about 1781 and died on 19 Dec 1863 in Butler, Ohio about age 82.

   957 F    v. Eleanor Williamse Williamson was born about 1784 in Ohio. Another name for Eleanor was Lena Williamson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 191.

Eleanor married John Mason on 22 Dec 1805.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 191.

   958 F    vi. Sarah Williamse Williamson was born in 1786.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 191.

   959 M    vii. William Williamse Williamson was born on 24 May 1794.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 191.

+ 960 F    viii. Mary Williamse Williamson was born on 26 Jan 1797 and died on 8 Aug 1825 in Ohio at age 28.

465. Peter Garretse Covenhoven was born on 25 Sep 1753,110 was baptized on 7 Oct 1753 in Flatlands, New York,23 and died on 27 May 1787 in Flatlands, New York373 at age 33. Another name for Peter was Peter Kowenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: After 13 Sep 1777.

Peter married Lammetje Johnse Lott, daughter of John Lott 373 and \\, on 10 May 1777 in New York.

Children from this marriage were:

   961 M    i. Garret Kouwenhoven 373 was born on 5 Sep 1778373 and died after 1852.373

   962 M    ii. Johannes Kouwenhoven 373 was born on 3 Sep 1781373 and died on 17 May 1837373 at age 55. He had no relationships and no children.

467. William Kouwenhoven 373 was born on 29 Mar 1758 in Flatlands Neck, Brooklyn, New York110 and died on 7 Apr 1825 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York23 at age 67. Other names for William were William Garretse Covenhoven and William Kowenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: After 13 Sep 1777.

William married Johanna Johannes Wyckoff, daughter of Johannes Willemsen Wyckoff, on 12 Dec 1778 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York.23 Johanna was born on 7 Jul 1761 in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York23 and died on 10 Jun 1834 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York23 at age 72. Another name for Johanna was Annatje Wyckoff.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 15 Dec 1778.

Children from this marriage were:

   963 M    i. John Kouwenhoven .373

   964 M    ii. William Kouwenhoven .373

   965 M    iii. Peter Kouwenhoven .373

   966 M    iv. George Kouwenhoven .373

   967 F    v. Joanna Kouwenhoven .373

Joanna married Jacobus Ryder 373 before 1852.

+ 968 M    vi. Garret Kouwenhoven 373 was born about 1783373 and died on 27 Aug 1823 in Newtown, Queens, New York373 about age 40.

   969 F    vii. Ann Kouwenhoven 373 was born on 5 Nov 1785 in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York23 and died on 28 Feb 1843 in New Utrecht, Brooklyn, Long Island, New York23 at age 57. Another name for Ann was Anna Covenhoven.

Ann married Timothy T. Cortelyou 373 before 1852.

   970 F    viii. Ida Kouwenhoven .373

Ida married James Van Sickeken 373 before 1852.

   971 F    ix. Maria Kouwenhoven .373

Maria married John Williamson 373 before 1852.

470. Luke Kouwenhoven 113 was born on 8 Jun 1766373 and died on 22 Oct 1853 in New York at age 87. Other names for Luke were Luke Garretse Covenhoven and Luke Kowenhoven.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: After 13 Sep 1777.

Luke married Anna Wyckoff,113 daughter of George Wyckoff 113 and Sarah Luyster,113,500 on 27 Mar 1790 in Flatlands, Long Island, New York.113 Anna died after 1852.113 Other names for Anna were Ann Joostse Wyckoff and Antie Wykof.264

Children from this marriage were:

+ 972 M    i. George Kouwenhoven .373

   973 F    ii. Ann Kouwenhoven .373

   974 M    iii. Garret Kouwenhoven 373 was born before 28 Oct 1797264 and was baptized on 28 Oct 1797 in Reformed Dutch Church, Newtown, Long Island, New York.264 Another name for Garret was Gerrit Covenhoven.264

486. John Williamson was born about 1748 in New Jersey and died in 1800 about age 52.

General Notes:
[Source: Unknown]

John Williamson was a Revolutionary War Soldier.

John married Lucretia Tice in 1768 in New Jersey. Lucretia was born in 1749 in New Jersey and died in 1832 at age 83. Another name for Lucretia was Lucretia Thyssen.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 975 M    i. Jacob Williamson was born in 1771 in Monmouth County, New Jersey and died in 1855 in Hamilton Co., Ohio at age 84.

491. Jane Elbertse Williamson was born in 1758 and died on 28 Jan 1845 at age 87.

General Notes:
Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 185, 196.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 2 Jul 1758.

Jane married Peter Van Doran on 9 Jan 1777. Peter was born on 4 Jul 1755 and died on 18 Apr 1834 at age 78.

General Notes:
Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pgs. 185, 196.


Children from this marriage were:

   976 F    i. Mary Van Doran was born on 21 Feb 1778.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 196.

Mary married Ruliff Smock.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 196.

   977 M    ii. Jacob Van Doran was born on 30 Oct 1779.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 196.

Jacob married Jane Schenck. Another name for Jane is Gitty Schenck.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 196.

Jacob next married Hannah Perrine.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 196.

   978 M    iii. Elbert Van Doran was born on 14 Nov 1781. Another name for Elbert was Albert Van Doran.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Elbert married Sarah Johnse Covenhoven, daughter of John Gerretse Covenhoven and Jane Garretse Schenck, on 14 Mar 1803. Sarah was born between 1765 and 1785.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

   979 F    iv. Willimpe Van Doran was born on 3 Apr 1784.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Willimpe married Benjamin Dubois.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

   980 F    v. Ann Van Doran was born on 30 Jan 1786 and died on 30 Jan 1786.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 196.

   981 M    vi. William Van Doran was born on 2 Mar 1790.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

William married Catherine Polhemus on 28 Nov 1815.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

   982 M    vii. Isaac Van Doran was born on 13 Mar 1792.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Isaac married Eleanor Hankinson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

   983 M    viii. Peter Van Doran was born on 15 Apr 1794.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Peter married Catherine Dubois.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Peter next married Elizabeth Vanderveer.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

   984 M    ix. Arthur Van Doran was born on 29 Jul 1797.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Arthur married Harriet Van Cleaf.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

   985 F    x. Jannetje Van Doran was born on 29 Apr 1799.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Jannetje married Elisha Holmes.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

   986 F    xi. Sarah Van Doran was born on 31 May 1803.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

Sarah married Pearson Hendrickson.

General Notes: Sources:
1) "Monmouth Families, Volume II", by Ann Pette Miles (1981), pg. 197.

494. Maria Van Duin 49,249 was born in 1737,381 was baptized on 29 May 1737,382 and died after Jan 1769. Other names for Maria were Mary Vanduyn and380 Marya Vanduyn.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Death: Jan 1769.

Maria married William Van Der Bilt 49,501 about Aug 1756. Another name for William is Willem Vanderbilt.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Fact: 381 Sisser: Had three children, David, Neeltje, and Maria

• Alt. Marriage: Aug 1756.

Children from this marriage were:

   987 M    i. David Van Der Bilt 380 was born before 16 Jan 1769.380

   988 F    ii. Nelly Van Der Bilt 380 was born before 16 Jan 1769.380

   989 F    iii. Ida Van Der Bilt 380 was born before 16 Jan 1769.502

   990 F    iv. Maria Van Der Bilt 380 was born before 16 Jan 1769.502


495. Sarah Van Duin 49,381 was born in 1740,381 was baptized on 25 Dec 1740 in Readington Reformed Dutch Church, Hunterdon, New Jersey,377,383,384,385 died on 27 Apr 1800 in (Probably) Adams, Pennsylvania386 at age 60, and was buried after 27 Apr 1800 in Conewago (Low Dutch Graveyard) (also known as Northern Low Dutch Cemetery or Osborn's Cemetery), about four Miles From Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania.386 Other names for Sarah were Sarah Van Dayn,49,381 Sarah Van Duijn, Saetie Van Duin,415 Sarah Van Duyn, Sarah Van Duyn 49., and381

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 377,385 Low Dutch Cemetery, Conewago, Co., PA

• Alt. Birth: Low Dutch Cemetery, Conewago, PA. 377

• Burial: "Jersey Colonists" Graveyard In Adams (York) County, Pennsylvania. 381

• Death Info.: 386 Age at death was 59

• Baptized: 25 Dec 1740, Reformed Dutch Church of Readington, , New Jersey. 382

• Alt. Birth: 1741. 381 Somerset County, New Jersey

• Alt. Death: 28 Dec 1800. 49,247,377,382,385,503

Sarah married David Cossart,7,414,504 son of Francis Cossart 7,400,401,504,505,506 and Marguerita Van Nest,7,107 about 1768.382 David was born on 11 Apr 1743 in Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey,507 was baptized on 5 Jun 1743,508 died on 29 Dec 1823 in (Probably) Adams, Pennsylvania386 at age 80, and was buried after 29 Dec 1823 in Conewago (Low Dutch Graveyard) (also known as Northern Low Dutch Cemetery or Osborn's Cemetery), about four Miles From Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania.386 Other names for David were David Cassart,7,414,504 David Cassat,385,391 David Cassatt,386 Davet Coesat,7,414,504 David Cosart, and509 David Cossart.

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, MARY CASSATT ANCESTRY.FTW]

"Sarah VAN DUYN [was the] daughter of David & Ida (Monford) VAN DUYN . . .

- Buck, p. 15

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Denis CASSAT was the fifth of eight children of David CASSAT and Sarah VAN DUIN;
they had five boys and three girls.

"David COSSART m. Sarah VAN DUYN b. 1741, d. 28 Dec 1800, dtr of David & Ida
(MONFORD) VAN DYN. Their first seven children were born in Conewago, York Co., PA
and last child was born in Straban Twp., Adams Co., PA.

David was a member of the Pennsylvania Legislature for a number of years, and many of his descendants became prominent in various walks of life. He served as a Private in Co. 'A', 2nd Battalion, York Co., PA Militia in 1778 and is shown on the muster rolls as David COSSART. The family of David became extensive farmers and influential citizens and took an active part in the War of the Revolution. In April 1779 David was a member of the 6th Battalion, York Co., PA Militia. After 1800 family name changed to CASSAT."

- Buck, pp. 14, 15

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THE COSSART FAMILY --

Cosart-Cossairt-Cassart-Cassairt-Cossaart-Coesart-Cossar-Cossaer-Cossa ert-Cosat-Cossat
-Cossatt-Cassat-Cassatt-Cozat-Cozatt-Cozar-Cozart-Cozzart-Cazort-Croza tt-Corzatt-Cassou
-Coshow-Cashow-Kossart-Kershaw-Kershow-Cosad-Casad-Cozad, etc. etc.

- Buck, p. 1

Sisser gives their dom as abt 1768.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Alt. Marriage: 1764. 508,510

General Notes:

[Source: Daniel E. Schillinger, MARY CASSATT ANCESTRY.FTW]

Another source (Ledley?) claims that his christening took place at Conewago, , Co., PA.

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[Source: Adams County, PA Newspaper Extracts '96 Deaths (updated and corrected 25 October 2000)

These are the death notices posted in Adams County, PA newspapers from 1802 through 1834. Following, is the source information used and dates for the extracted information:

Research by: Kathy Cardoza, all rights reserved. © 2000 by Kathy Cardoza. You may freely use this information, but can not package it for re-selling or for commercial use or profit.

DEATHS
"The Republican Compiler" published in Gettysburg, printed by Jacob Lefever, opposite the Post Office, Delivered to subscribers each Wednesday. Price, $2 per year. Dates extracted here: Sep 16, 1818 -- Jul 9, 1833

Jan 27, 1824 (date of newspaper publication)

On 29th, David Cassat, Sr., Hunterstown

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[Source: Gettysburg Compiler, Gettysburg, PA, 7 January 1824]

DIED--On Monday morning, the 29th ult. Mr. David Cassat, sen. of Hunterstown.

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[Source: York County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1749-1819]

Name: David Cassart
Description: Son-in-law
Date: 16 Jan 1769
Prove Date: 8 Oct 1795
Remarks: David Vanduyn. Jan 16, 1769. Executors: David Cassart and George Williamson. York County. Wife: Ida Vandeyne. Children: David, Sarah wife of David Cassart, Cassar wife of George Williamson and Mary wife of -husband's name omitted. Grandchildren: David, Nelly, Ida and Maria, children of Mary - their last name not recorded.

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[Source: The Gettysburg Times, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 2 August 1941, article by B.F. MacPherson]

"... David opened unimproved land, did all his own work.He turned from the Dutch Reformed Church to the Presbyterian. He died at the age of 81 years, after serving in the Revolution. His wife urged him to go to war and assisted him to get ready. He called her a 'true Patriot' ..."

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[Source: findagrave.com]

David (Cossart) Cassat

Birth: Apr. 11, 1742
Middlesex County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Dec. 29, 1823
Hunterstown
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA

David, son of Francis and Margarette Cossart, changed the spelling of their surname to Cassat. He was a deacon in the Conewago Dutch Reform Church in 1792.

According to the book THE FAMILY COSSART, pg 16, David was a member of the Pennsylvania legislature for a number of years, many of his descendants became promiinent in variois waks of life. He served as a Private in Company A, 2nd Bn, York Co Militia in 1778 ad is shown on the muster rolls as David Cosart. In 1768 he acquired 114 acres next to his father's farm, "Cossart's Dream." David and Sarah called thei