David Conover's Famous Cousins
Person Page 719

         

Eli Braconie (M)
b. 1563, #35914
Relationship=11th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Eli Braconie was born in 1563.

Child of Eli Braconie
Aeltje Braconie+ b. c 1588, d. c 1683

Guillaume Vigne (M)
b. circa 1586, d. circa 30 April 1632, #35922
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Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Guillaume Vigne was also known as Guleyn Vigne. He was also known as Gulyn Vinje. He was also known as Guilliam Vinje. He was also known as Willem Vinje. He was also known as Willem Vinje. He was also known as Geleun Vinge. He was also known as William Vigne. He was also known as Guillaume Vigne. Guillaume Vigne was born between 1580 and 1590 at Valenciennes, Nord, France. Guillaume Vigne was born circa 1586 at Of, Valenciennes, Nord, France. He was the son of Jean de la Vigne. Guillaume Vigne married Adriana Cuveille in 1608 at France. Guillaume Vigne and Adriana Cuveille resided at at Leuden, Netherlands, in 1623. Guillaume Vigne immigrated in April 1624 to New Amsterdam, New York County, New York; poss sailed on the Niew Nederladt. He left a will circa 1632

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

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

He died circa 1632 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He died in 1632 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He died circa 30 April 1632 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York.

Children of Guillaume Vigne and Adriana Cuveille
Maria Vigne+ b. 1613, d. c 1670
Rachel Vigne b. 16 Mar 1623, d. 18 Feb 1663
Jan Vigne b. a May 1624, d. 21 Dec 1689

Adriana Cuveille (F)
b. circa 1590, d. 1655, #35923
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Adriana Cuveille was also known as Adrianna Cuvilje. She was also known as Adriana Cuvalje. She was also known as Adrienne Cuvelier. She was also known as Ariantje Cuevillier. She was also known as Ariantje Cuviliers. Adriana Cuveille was born between 1585 and 1590 at France. Adriana Cuveille was born circa 1590 at Of, Valenciennes, Nord, France. Adriana Cuveille was born circa 1590 at Valenciennes, Nord, France. She married Guillaume Vigne, son of Jean de la Vigne, in 1608 at France. Adriana Cuveille and Guillaume Vigne resided at at Leuden, Netherlands, in 1623. Adriana Cuveille immigrated in 1624 to New Netherlands; aboard the "Eendracht." A contract for the marriage of Adriana Cuveille and Jan Jansen Damen was signed circa 30 April 1632; Prenuptual agreement. Antenuptual settlement by Adrienne Cuvijle on her children by her deceased husband Gulluame Vigne. "Dirck Volgersen Noorman and Arianetje Cevelyn, his wifes's mother, cam before us in order to enter into an agreement with her children whom she has borne by her lawful husban Willem Vienje, settling on Maria Vienje and Christina Vienje both married persons, on each the sum of two hundred guilders..and on Resel Vienje and Jan Vienje, both minor children, alsto as their portion of their father's estate, on each the sum of three hundred quilders; with this provision that she and her future lawful husband Jan Jansen Damen, shall...be bound to bring up the above named two children until they attain their magority...and be bound to clothe and rear the aforesaid children...to keep them at school and to give them a good trade, as parents ought to." This agreement dated "the last of April 1632," but was not recorded until May 7 1638. The editor Van laer, was of the opinion that "the year 1632, given as the date of the document, is probably wring and should be 1635 or later. Adriana Cuveille married Jan Jansen Damen, son of Jan Cornelisz Damen and Aaltje Jans, on 7 May 1638; Ariantje married Jan Jansen Damen on May 7, 1638. Damen, sometimes referred to as "Old
Jan," was employed as the church warden and also had a sizable tract of land west of the
Vigne's. This union combined their previously-held properties, giving Adrienne and Jan
ownership of a very large bouwerie. It extended from Pine Street north to Maiden Lane, and
from the East River to the Hudson River. The following is the translation of the prenuptial
agreement by Adrienne and Jan, concerning her children by her deceased husband, Guillaume
Vigne:

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

Children of Adriana Cuveille and Guillaume Vigne
Maria Vigne+ b. 1613, d. c 1670
Rachel Vigne b. 16 Mar 1623, d. 18 Feb 1663
Jan Vigne b. a May 1624, d. 21 Dec 1689

Grietje (Unknown) (F)
#35925
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Grietje (Unknown) married Pieter Janse Haring, son of Jan Haring.

Child of Grietje (Unknown) and Pieter Janse Haring
Jan Pieterse Haring+ b. 26 Dec 1633, d. 7 Dec 1683

Elbert Haring (M)
b. 3 March 1706, #35928
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Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Elbert Haring was also known as Egbert Haring. He was also known as Elbert Herring. Elbert Haring was born on 3 March 1706. He was the son of Pieter Jansen Haring and Grietje Bogert. Elbert Haring was baptized on 31 March 1706 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. He married Catherine Lent on 14 December 1726 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Elbert Haring married Elizabeth Bogaert, daughter of Claes Janzen Bogaert and Margaret Coneilyea Van Tilburg, on 17 September 1732 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York.


         

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David Kipp Conover
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