David Conover's Famous Cousins
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Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick (M)
b. 9 July 1642, d. December 1699, #38002
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Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick was also known as Arie Cornelissen Van Schaick. He was baptized on 9 July 1642 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York. He was the son of Cornelis Aertsen Van Schaick and Beltje Hendrickse. Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick married Rebecca Idens, daughter of Ide Van Huyse and Teuntje Teunis, on 27 February 1661 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick died in December 1699 at New York City, New York County, New York, at age 57.

Children of Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick and Rebecca Idens
Belitje Adriaens Van Schaick+ b. 1 Oct 1663, d. a 1709
Iden Van Schaick b. 28 Oct 1665, d. 1728
Grietje Van Schaick b. 6 Nov 1667
Cornelia Van Schaick b. 9 Jan 1669/70
Elizabeth Van Schaick b. 10 Dec 1671
Cornelis Van Schaick b. 6 Mar 1674
Jacob Van Schaick b. 6 Apr 1676
Dina Van Schaick b. 10 Apr 1678

Rebecca Idens (F)
b. 27 February 1662, d. circa 1703, #38003
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Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Rebecca Idens was born in 1642 at Nordisen, Netherlands. She married Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick, son of Cornelis Aertsen Van Schaick and Beltje Hendrickse, on 27 February 1661 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Rebecca Idens was baptized on 27 February 1662 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Ide Van Huyse and Teuntje Teunis. Rebecca Idens died circa 1703 at New Amsterdam, New York County, New York.

Children of Rebecca Idens and Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick
Belitje Adriaens Van Schaick+ b. 1 Oct 1663, d. a 1709
Iden Van Schaick b. 28 Oct 1665, d. 1728
Grietje Van Schaick b. 6 Nov 1667
Cornelia Van Schaick b. 9 Jan 1669/70
Elizabeth Van Schaick b. 10 Dec 1671
Cornelis Van Schaick b. 6 Mar 1674
Jacob Van Schaick b. 6 Apr 1676
Dina Van Schaick b. 10 Apr 1678

Iden Van Schaick (M)
b. 28 October 1665, d. 1728, #38005
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Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Iden Van Schaick was also known as Iden Scoy. He was also known as Idye Van Schaick. Iden Van Schaick was born on 28 October 1665 at New York City, New York County, New York. Iden Van Schaick was born on 28 October 1665 at New York City, New York County, New York. He was the son of Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick and Rebecca Idens. Iden Van Schaick married Isabel Bloetgoet on 26 August 1685 at Flushing, Queens County, New York. Iden Van Schaick married Mary (Unknown) circa 1718 at Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York. Iden Van Schaick died in 1728 at Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York. According to VS history: Iden Van Schaick was about 35 years old atthe time of his father's death in December 1699. Shortly thereafter, he quick claimed his interest in Bloomingdale farm to Cornelius Dykman. Iden was t hen living in Flushing, Long Island and like his father and grandfather, was engaged in farming. Iden married Isabel Bloetgoet in 1685. She was the daug hter of Frans Bloetgoet, a builder from Guida, The Netherlands. He was Chief Officer of flushing, Hempstead and other Long Island towns in 1695. Iden an d his family were living in Jamaica, Queens County, New York. On December 30, 1695, Iden and Isabel conveyed property in Jamaica to Fren Henderson for 100 pounds. Iden and his family moved from Flushing to Cold Springs Harbor, Oyster Bay, Long Island in 1704 where he purchased a farm. He was appointed Fence Viewer for Cold Springs in 1706 and in 1712 he became overseer of Highw ays for Cold Springs. Iden acquired additional land west of Cold Springs in 17 14. On September 20, 1717, Iden conveyed a piece of property to ThomasDodge . Isabel did not join him in making the conveyance indicating that bySeptem ber 1717 he was a widower. Iden and his son, Francis were both members of the Queens County Militia in 1715. The unrecorded will Of Iden (Eden) dated Ma y 29, 1728 refers to a wife named Mary and to 4 children named Stephen, Jacob , Timothy and Mary. Iden and Mary were probably married before 1718, although no marriage records or birth records of the four younger children are known. The Will provided that the oldest son, Cornelius would live with Mary and carry on with the farm. Sons Francis and Aaron were each to receive 5 shilli ngs each in addition to what they already received. Daughters Rachel and Mar y were to receive 10 pounds each. It's believed Rachel and Rebecca are the s ame daughter. The two youngest sons were to be 'put to trade'when old enoug h. No mention was made as to Stephen's status or future. The name of Lysbet h, the second daughter and 4th child of Iden and Isabel was not mentioned in the Will, which may have meant that she had died prior to 1728. By the terms of the will, the farm would go to Cornelius at Mary's death, or in the event she remarried. In February, 1732, she did remarry a widower, Samuel Smith of Oyster Bay. The ceremony was performed in the Presbyterian Church of Hunti ngton, Long Island, New York. There has been speculation that because Iden m arried Mary, who was not Dutch, that there were schisms in the family which contributed to Francis moving to Monmouth County, New Jersey where his mothe r's relatives, the Bloegoets and the Hegemans had moved earlier. These famil ies formerly lived near Iden's farm in Oyster Bay. Francis married Isabel Rh ea In Monmouth County, New Jersey about 1722. Since both Francis and Aaron wer e given a token five shillings in their father's will and mention was made th at they had already received gifts from Iden Previously leads to the speculat ion that both were living on their own and had probably married by 1733 or ea rlier. It is known that Aaron had a son born before 1722 and it is also know n that he had moved to Hunterdon County, New Jersey. An unsolved mystery is what happened to the children of Mary when she married Smith in 1732. The es timated ate of Stephen, the eldest, would have been 12; Timothy, 10' Jacob, 8 ' and mary, the youngest would have been about6. It does not seem reasonabl e that a mother with children that young would part with her children. But, there is that possibility, especially in the case of the 3 older boys. It is known that Timothy was with his half-borther, Aaron in Hunterdon County, New Jersey after he reached adulthood. Stephenwas also with his half-brother, Aaron when Aaroln moved to York County, Pennsylvania in the late 1760s. At that time, Step.

Elizabeth Van Schaick (F)
b. 10 December 1671, #38006
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Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Elizabeth Van Schaick was born on 10 December 1671. She was the daughter of Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick and Rebecca Idens. Elizabeth Van Schaick was also known as Lysbeth Van Schaick.

Dina Van Schaick (F)
b. 10 April 1678, #38007
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Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Dina Van Schaick was also known as Diana Van Schayck. Dina Van Schaick was born on 10 April 1678. She was the daughter of Adrian Cornelissen Van Schaick and Rebecca Idens. Dina Van Schaick married Hans Kierstede 3rd on 1 October 1696.

Jacobus DeBaun (M)
b. 9 February 1683, d. after 1753, #38008
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Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Jacobus DeBaun was also known as James DeBaun. Jacobus DeBaun was born circa 1683 at Middleburgh, Zeeland, Netherlands. He was baptized on 9 February 1683 at Middleburg, Isle of Wlachern, Zeeland, Netherlands. He was the son of Joost DeBaun and Elizabeth Drabbe. Jacobus DeBaun married Antie Canniff on 12 January 1709 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Jacobus DeBaun married Catherine (Unknown) after 1736. Jacobus DeBaun died after 1753.

Antie Canniff (F)
d. 1736, #38023

     Antie Canniff was also known as Anna Canniff. She was also known as Anatje Canniff. She was also known as Anna Canniff. Antie Canniff was born at From, Westchester County, New York. She married Jacobus DeBaun, son of Joost DeBaun and Elizabeth Drabbe, on 12 January 1709 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland County, New York. Antie Canniff died in 1736.

Catherine (Unknown) (F)
#38034

     Catherine (Unknown) married Jacobus DeBaun, son of Joost DeBaun and Elizabeth Drabbe, after 1736.

Catharina DeBaun (F)
b. 4 May 1695, d. after 4 May 1695, #38046
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Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Catharina DeBaun was baptized on 4 May 1695 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. She died young after 4 May 1695. She was the daughter of Joost DeBaun and Elizabeth Drabbe.


         

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