was also known as Claes Romeyn. He was also known as Klaas Romeyn. He was baptized on 17 November 1724 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Daniel Romeyn
and Maritie Westervelt
. Marriage banns for Nicholas Romeyn and Elizabeth Kip
were published on 6 July 1746 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Nicholas Romeyn married Elizabeth Kip
, daughter of Cornelis Kip
and Eva Berdan
, on 22 August 1746 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Nicholas Romeyn left a will on 15 April 1785 at New Barbados, Bergen County, New Jersey.
He leaves wife, Elizabeth, dwelling house, a lot of meadow and lot of woodland; and gives son Daniel Romeyn, lot where he now dwells and 100 acres at Slotterdam. He mentions daughters: Eva, Mary, Helena, Myntye and Antye; and son, Nicase Romeyn; and son-in-law, Hendrick Hennion.
His estate was proved on 25 October 1786.