was also known as Anita Covenhoven. She was also known as Annetje Couwenhoven. She was also known as Annetje Van Kouwenhoven. Annetje Cowenhoven was born circa 1702 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Cornelis Willemse Van Kouwenhoven
and Margaretta Schenck
. Annetje Cowenhoven was born in July 1703. She resided at at Middleton, New Jersey, circa 1718. She married Abraham Van Horne
, son of Matthys Cornelissen
and Fytie Brouwer
, circa 1719. Annetje Cowenhoven and Abraham Van Horne
resided at at Monmouth County, New Jersey, between 1719 and 1724. The family lived for a time in Monmouth County and later near White House, Hunterdon County, where they are both burried in the Old Cemetery. Annetje Cowenhoven and Abraham Van Horne
resided at at Hunterdon County, New Jersey, circa 1724. Annetje Cowenhoven four hundred acres of land in Hunterdon County, NJ situated along 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 ben 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, PA and one can still see traces (unknown time) 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 fir stagecoaches to stop for meals and lodging. He painted it white and the village that gradually grew around it, be came known as "Whitehouse, NJ." In 1724 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey. She at Dutch Reformed Church, Readington, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, 1749. She died on 17 December 1759 at White House, Hunterdon County, New Jersey; reported to have died of smallpox. She was buried after 17 December 1759 at Schenck-Couwenhoven Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Monmouth County, New Jersey.