David Conover's Famous Cousins
Person Page 8789

         

Mary Buel (F)
#439401

     Mary Buel married Harmen Knickerbocker, son of Johannes Knickerbocker and Elizabeth Winne, on 20 July 1826.

Maria De Wandelaar (F)
b. December 1715, #439402

Appears on charts:
Harmen Knickerbocker

     Maria De Wandelaar was born in December 1715 at Albany, Albany County, New York. She married Willem Winne, son of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness, in 1747.

Child of Maria De Wandelaar and Willem Winne
Elizabeth Winne+ b. 6 Apr 1752, d. 10 Nov 1828

Ann Ingland (F)
#439406

     Ann Ingland married Orlando Harriman.

Child of Ann Ingland and Orlando Harriman
Rev. Orlando Harriman Jr.+ b. 20 Dec 1813, d. 30 Apr 1881

Orlando Harriman (M)
#439407

     Orlando Harriman married Ann Ingland.

Child of Orlando Harriman and Ann Ingland
Rev. Orlando Harriman Jr.+ b. 20 Dec 1813, d. 30 Apr 1881

Peter Winne (M)
b. 1 January 1698/99, #439408
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Peter Winne was born on 1 January 1698/99. He was the son of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Jan Winne (M)
b. 1 October 1701, #439409
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Jan Winne was born on 1 October 1701. He was the son of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Killian Winne (M)
b. 17 January 1703/4, #439410
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Killian Winne was born on 17 January 1703/4. He was the son of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Jan Winne (M)
b. 19 October 1707, #439411
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Jan Winne was born on 19 October 1707. He was the son of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Frans Winne (M)
b. 8 March 1712/13, #439412
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Frans Winne was also known as franz Winne. Frans Winne was born on 8 March 1712/13. He was the son of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Aaltie Winne (F)
b. 1719, #439413
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Aaltie Winne was born in 1719. She was the daughter of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Tanneke Winne (F)
b. 1 November 1718, #439414
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Tanneke Winne was born on 1 November 1718. She was the daughter of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Maria Winne (F)
b. 29 October 1721, #439415
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Maria Winne was born on 29 October 1721. She was the daughter of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Adam Winne (M)
b. 12 January 1723/24, #439416
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Relationship=2nd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Adam Winne was born on 12 January 1723/24. He was the son of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Cornelis Winne (M)
b. 23 October 1728, #439417
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     Cornelis Winne was born on 23 October 1728. He was the son of Daniel Winne and Dirkje Van Ness.

Pieter Winne (M)
#439418

     Pieter Winne married Tannetje Adams. Pieter Winne left a will



In the name of God, Amen. By the contents of this present public instrument know all men that in the year after the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, one thousand six hundred and eighty-four, on the 6th of July, about midday, and in the thirty-sixth year of his majesty's reign Charles the second, before me, Robert Livingston, secretary of Albany, colony of Renselaerswyk and Shinnechtady, etc., and before the hereinafter named witnesses, came and appeared the Honorable Pieter Winne, magistrate, born in the city of Gent in d Landeren, at present sick in body but of sound memory and understanding as is clearly apparent, who, considering the shortness and frailty of human life, the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the time and hour thereof, therefore wishing to dispose of his temporal effects to be left behind while he yet by God's grace is able, and doing so of his own free will and motion, without the inducement or misleading of anyone, he now ordains and determines that his last will and testament in form and manner following:

First and foremost commending his immortal soul (whenever it shall be separated from his body) to the gracious and merciful hands of his Creator and Savior and his body to a Christian burial, likewise canceling and revoking and annulling thereby all and every such testamentary disposition and bequest as he before the date hereof may have made and executed, especially that will by himself and wife made under date of the first of June 1677, written by Mr. Adriaen van Ilpendam, notary public, holding the same null and of no effect and now making a new disposition, this testator declares that he has nominated and instituted, as he does nominate and institute hereby, his worthy and beloved wife Tannetje Adams as his sole and universal heir of all his lands, property real and personal, claims, credits, money, gold, silver coined and uncoined, jewels, clothing, linen, woolens, household furniture, etc., nothing excepted, so long as she remains in her widowed state, without her being called upon or annoyed by any one of the children, or anyone for them, for an inventory or anything appertaining to the estate and after her death shall his estate be equally divided among the children whom they have begotten together, share and share alike. But if his wife enters the marriage state again, then she shall be holden to divide and apportion the whole estate;

that is to say, a just half thereof as it then may be found to the behoof of the children whom he has begotten by his present wife aforenamed, namely Adam Winne, Livinus, Frans, Allette, wife of Casper Leendertse Tenyn, Killiaen, Tomas, Lyntje, Marte, Jacobus, Eva, Daniel, and Rachel Winne; and the other half to the behoof of his wife, and this reservation that she remain holden to the minor children to bring up in the fear of the Lord, and cause them to learn reading and writing and a trade or handicraft wherewith in due time they may, by God's favor, and with honor obtain their subsistance, the legitimate portion of said minor children remaining so long in the hands of their mother aforesaid and the rents and profits thereof being by her received until they arrive at maturity and enter into matrimony, she giving good security that the portions of the minor children be not lessened; and to the other children who may be already married and have arrived at their majority to pay over their portion pro rata, as their shares in the estate may be, share and share alike, no more to the eldest than to the youngest; she being holden to deliver an inventory of the whole estate and confirm the same, if necessary, by oath. The testator wills and ordains hereby that after his death his oldest son Pieter Pieterse Winne, dwelling in the Sopus, shall out of the common estate receive once for all the sum of ten beavers in place of his legitimate portion and entire inheritance, wherewith he shall be content, without any more, not willing that he or anyone for him shall make the least claim any more upon the testator's estate, directly or indirectly.

The testator further desires that if it please God the Lord both he and his wife to remove, both being now sick, the whole estate shall be kept together, without any division or partition, until the youngest child shall attain her majority or enter the marriage state, and then be divided among the aforesaid twelve children, share and share alike, the portion of that child or children who die in their nonage to go to the survivors.

The testator excludes herein the honored orphan masters (saving all honor and respect) and in their place requests and constitutes, as he hereby does Mr. Marte Gerritse and Mr. Cornelis van Dyck (who have accepted the same) to see the contents of this his last will and testament promptly and uprightly carried out in all its parts and provisions. All which he, the testator, declares to be his last will and testament, desiring the same after his death to have full force and effect whether as will, codicil, donation, gift in anticipation of death, or otherwise, as the same may be last maintained, notwithstanding that some formalities demanded by law or custom may not have been fully observed herein; desiring the utmost benefit hereof to be received, and one or more copies hereof to be made and executed as occassion may require. This done and executed at Bethlehem, lying in the county of Albany on Hudson's river, two miles to the south of the city of Albany, at the house of the testator, which [will] he has signed and sealed in the presence of Mr. Marte Gerritse and Mr. Cornelis van Dyck, magistrates called as witnesses hereto, the year, month and day aforenamed.





Child of Pieter Winne and Tannetje Adams
Daniel Winne+ b. c 1678, d. 1757

Tannetje Adams (F)
#439419

     Tannetje Adams married Pieter Winne.

Child of Tannetje Adams and Pieter Winne
Daniel Winne+ b. c 1678, d. 1757

Hannah Hoes (F)
b. 8 March 1783, d. 5 February 1819, #439420

     Hannah Hoes was born on 8 March 1783 at Kinderhook, Columbia County, New York. She married President Martin Van Buren, son of Abraham Van Buren and Maria Hoes, on 21 February 1807 at Catskill, Greene County, New York. Hannah Hoes died on 5 February 1819 at Albany, Albany County, New York, at age 35. She was buried at Kinderhook Cemetery, Kinderhook, Columbia County, New York.

Cousins in a close-knit Dutch community, Hannah Hoes and Martin Van Buren grew up together in Kinderhook, New York. Evidently he wanted to establish his law practice before marrying his sweetheart--they were not wed until 1807, when he was 24 and his bride just three months younger. Apparently their marriage was a happy one, though little is known of Hannah as a person.

Van Buren omitted even her name from his autobiography; a gentleman of that day would not shame a lady by public references. A niece who remembered "her loving, gentle disposition" emphasized "her modest, even timid manner." Church records preserve some details of her life; she seems to have considered formal church affiliation a matter of importance.

She bore a son in Kinderhook, three others in Hudson, where Martin served as county surrogate; but the fourth son died in infancy. In 1816 the family moved to the state capital in Albany. Soon the household included Martin's law partner and three apprentices; relatives came and went constantly, and Hannah could return their visits. Contemporary letters indicate that she was busy, sociable, and happy. She gave birth to a fifth boy in January 1817.

But the following winter her health was obviously failing, apparently from tuberculosis. Not yet 36, she died on February 5, 1819. The Albany Argus called her "an ornament of the Christian faith."

Her husband never remarried; he moved into the White House in 1837 as a widower with four bachelor sons. Now accustomed to living in elegant style, he immediately began to refurbish a mansion shabby from public use under Jackson. Across Lafayette Square, Dolley Madison reigned as matriarch of Washington society; when her young relative-by-marriage Angelica Singleton came up from South Carolina for a visit, Dolley took her to the White House to pay a call.

Angelica's aristocratic manners, excellent education, and handsome face won the heart of the President's eldest son, Abraham. They were married in November 1838; next spring a honeymoon abroad polished her social experience. Thereafter, while Abraham served as the President's private secretary, Angelica presided as the lady of the White House. The only flaw in her pleasure in this role was the loss of a baby girl. Born at the White House, she lived only a few hours. In later years, though spending much time in South Carolina and in Europe, Angelica and her husband made their home in New York City; she died there in 1878.


Children of Hannah Hoes and President Martin Van Buren
Abraham Van Buren b. 27 Nov 1807
John Van Buren b. 10 Feb 1810, d. 13 Oct 1866
Martin Van Buren b. 20 Dec 1812, d. 19 Mar 1855
Winfield Scott Van Buren b. 1814, d. 1814
Smith Thompson Van Buren b. 6 Jan 1817

Abraham Van Buren (M)
b. 27 November 1807, #439423
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     Abraham Van Buren was born on 27 November 1807. He was the son of President Martin Van Buren and Hannah Hoes.

John Van Buren (M)
b. 10 February 1810, d. 13 October 1866, #439424
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Relationship=5th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     John Van Buren was born on 10 February 1810 at Columbia County, New York. He was the son of President Martin Van Buren and Hannah Hoes. John Van Buren died on 13 October 1866 at age 56.

Martin Van Buren (M)
b. 20 December 1812, d. 19 March 1855, #439425
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Relationship=5th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Martin Van Buren was born on 20 December 1812. He was the son of President Martin Van Buren and Hannah Hoes. Martin Van Buren died on 19 March 1855 at Paris, France, at age 42.

Winfield Scott Van Buren (M)
b. 1814, d. 1814, #439427
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Relationship=5th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Winfield Scott Van Buren died in 1814 at Hudson, Columbia County, New York. Winfield Scott Van Buren was born in 1814 at Hudson, Columbia County, New York. He was the son of President Martin Van Buren and Hannah Hoes.

Smith Thompson Van Buren (M)
b. 6 January 1817, #439428
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Relationship=5th cousin 4 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Smith Thompson Van Buren was born on 6 January 1817. He was the son of President Martin Van Buren and Hannah Hoes.

Dirckje Abrahamse Van Buren (F)
b. 22 February 1778, d. 18 October 1865, #439429
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Relationship=4th cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Dirckje Abrahamse Van Buren was baptized on 22 February 1778 at Coxsackie, Greene County, New York. She was the daughter of Abraham Van Buren and Maria Hoes. Dirckje Abrahamse Van Buren died on 18 October 1865 at age 87.

Jannetje Abrahamse Van Buren (F)
b. 16 January 1780, #439430
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Relationship=4th cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Jannetje Abrahamse Van Buren was baptized on 16 January 1780. She was the daughter of Abraham Van Buren and Maria Hoes.

Lawrence Abrahamse Van Buren (M)
b. 1 January 1786, d. July 1868, #439431
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Relationship=4th cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Lawrence Abrahamse Van Buren was born on 1 January 1786 at Kinderhook, Columbia County, New York. He was the son of Abraham Van Buren and Maria Hoes. Lawrence Abrahamse Van Buren died in July 1868 at age 82.

Abraham Abrahamse Van Buren (M)
b. 11 May 1788, d. 30 October 1836, #439432
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Relationship=4th cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Abraham Abrahamse Van Buren was baptized on 11 May 1788 at Dutch Reformed Church, Kinderhook, Columbia County, New York. He was the son of Abraham Van Buren and Maria Hoes. Abraham Abrahamse Van Buren died on 30 October 1836 at age 48.

Hannah Van Buren (F)
b. 16 January 1780, #439433
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Relationship=4th cousin 5 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Hannah Van Buren was also known as Jannetje Van Buren. She was baptized on 16 January 1780. She was the daughter of Abraham Van Buren and Maria Hoes.

Johannes Van Alen (M)
#439434

     Johannes Van Alen married Maria Hoes, daughter of Johannes Dircksen Hoes and Jannetje Laurense Van Schaick.

Micaham Lake (F)
b. 1664, d. 1702, #439437
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     Micaham Lake was born in 1664. She was the daughter of John Lake and Ann Spicer. Micaham Lake married Nicholas Stillwell 3rd, son of Capt. Nicholas Stillwell III and Catherine Hubertse Van Keuren. Micaham Lake died in 1702.

Children of Micaham Lake and Nicholas Stillwell 3rd
Deborah Stillwell
Rebecca Stillwell
Alice Stillwell
John Stillwell+ b. 9 May 1690, d. 9 Aug 1750
Nicholas Stillwell b. 18 Feb 1716/17
Catherine Stillwell b. 12 Jul 1719

John Lake (M)
#439438

     John Lake married Ann Spicer.

Child of John Lake and Ann Spicer
Micaham Lake+ b. 1664, d. 1702

Ann Spicer (F)
#439439

     Ann Spicer married John Lake.

Child of Ann Spicer and John Lake
Micaham Lake+ b. 1664, d. 1702

Nicholas Stillwell (M)
b. 18 February 1716/17, #439440
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Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Nicholas Stillwell was born on 18 February 1716/17. He was the son of Nicholas Stillwell 3rd and Micaham Lake.

Catherine Stillwell (F)
b. 12 July 1719, #439441
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Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Catherine Stillwell was born on 12 July 1719. She was the daughter of Nicholas Stillwell 3rd and Micaham Lake.

Deborah Stillwell (F)
#439442
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Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Deborah Stillwell is the daughter of Nicholas Stillwell 3rd and Micaham Lake.

Rebecca Stillwell (F)
#439443
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Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Rebecca Stillwell is the daughter of Nicholas Stillwell 3rd and Micaham Lake.

Alice Stillwell (F)
#439444
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Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Alice Stillwell is the daughter of Nicholas Stillwell 3rd and Micaham Lake.

John Stillwell (M)
b. 9 May 1690, d. 9 August 1750, #439445
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Relationship=2nd cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     John Stillwell was born on 9 May 1690 at Springfield, Long Island, New York. He was the son of Nicholas Stillwell 3rd and Micaham Lake. John Stillwell married Eleanor Furman in 1721. John Stillwell died on 9 August 1750 at age 60.

Children of John Stillwell and Eleanor Furman
Elizabeth Stillwell
Mary Stillwell
Abigail Stillwell
Miceal Stillwell
Stephen Stillwell
John Stillwell
William Stillwell+ b. c 1722, d. 1783

Eleanor Furman (F)
#439446

     Eleanor Furman married John Stillwell, son of Nicholas Stillwell 3rd and Micaham Lake, in 1721.

Children of Eleanor Furman and John Stillwell
Elizabeth Stillwell
Mary Stillwell
Abigail Stillwell
Miceal Stillwell
Stephen Stillwell
John Stillwell
William Stillwell+ b. c 1722, d. 1783

Elizabeth Stillwell (F)
#439447
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Relationship=3rd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Elizabeth Stillwell is the daughter of John Stillwell and Eleanor Furman.

Mary Stillwell (F)
#439448
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Relationship=3rd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Mary Stillwell is the daughter of John Stillwell and Eleanor Furman.

Abigail Stillwell (F)
#439449
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Relationship=3rd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Abigail Stillwell is the daughter of John Stillwell and Eleanor Furman.

Miceal Stillwell (M)
#439450
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Relationship=3rd cousin 7 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Miceal Stillwell is the son of John Stillwell and Eleanor Furman.


         

Compiler:
David Kipp Conover
9068 Crystal Vista Lane

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