Descendants of Wolphert Gerretse Van Kouwenhoven - Person Page 403

Ann (Unknown)

F, #40238
     Ann married William Conover, son of Peter Covenhoven and Phebe Dey; 1st marriage William.

Sarah Dey

F, #40239, b. 1765, d. 28 Apr 1853
Sarah Dey|b. 1765\nd. 28 Apr 1853|p403.htm#i40239|Capt. John Dey|b. 28 Dec 1741\nd. 1839|p1055.htm#i105429|Mary Baird|b. 30 Sep 1747\nd. 17 Apr 1837|p1055.htm#i105430|Rev. James Dey|b. 12 Jul 1706\nd. 20 Sep 1782|p403.htm#i40246|Dinah Tillier|b. 2 Dec 1703|p403.htm#i40247|||||||
      Sarah Dey was born in 1765. She was the daughter of Capt. John Dey and Mary Baird. Sarah Dey was born circa 1772. Sarah married William Conover, son of Peter Covenhoven and Phebe Dey; 2nd marriage William. Sarah Dey died on 28-Apr-1853. Sarah was buried at First Presbyterian Church, Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey.

John Duncan

M, #40240, b. 27 Dec 1727, d. 21 May 1794

Relationship=4th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
      John Duncan was born on 27-Dec-1727 at Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey. John married Violet Newell on 23-Feb-1753. John Duncan and Anna Dey obtained a marriage license on 15-Jan-1773. John married Anna Dey on 20-Jan-1773 at Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey. John Duncan died on 21-May-1794 at Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 66. John was buried at Brainerd Cemetery, Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey.
     He served in the Revolutionary War, he served as a private in the Somerset County Militia. circa 1777. He He received from Robert Stockton, Quartermaster at Princeton, NJ, for carting due jAN 12, 1780; drew 5 bushels of corn for one four-hourse team, private property impressed into service in Wagon Master General's Department, Jul 1 1780. in 1780.

Children of John Duncan and Anna Dey

Anna Dey

F, #40241, b. 16 Dec 1743, d. 1 Oct 1828

Relationship=4th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
      Anna Dey was born on 16-Dec-1743 at Middlesex County, New Jersey. She and John Duncan obtained a marriage license on 15-Jan-1773. Anna married John Duncan on 20-Jan-1773 at Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Anna Dey died on 1-Oct-1828 at Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 84. Anna was buried after 1-Oct-1828 at Reirnerd Cemetery, Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Ann Dey. She was also known as Anna Dye. She was also known as Anne Dey. The ancestorr of Anna Dey are un proven and taken from This Old Monmouth of Ours. page 149.

Children of Anna Dey and John Duncan

Rev. James Dey

M, #40246, b. 12 Jul 1706, d. 20 Sep 1782
      Rev. James Dey was born on 12-Jul-1706 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York. James married Dinah Tillier in 1727 at Of, Matchaponix, Middlesex County, New Jersey. James married Margaret Mount on 24-Nov-1760. Rev. James Dey died on 20-Sep-1782 at age 76. He died before 12-Oct-1784 at South Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey.

Children of Rev. James Dey and Dinah Tillier

Dinah Tillier

F, #40247, b. 2 Dec 1703
      Dinah Tillier was born Dec 02 1702 or Dec 02 1. She was born on 2-Dec-1703 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York. Dinah married Rev. James Dey in 1727 at Of, Matchaponix, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Dinah Tillier was born before 1760 at South Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey.
     She was also known as Dina Tillyer.

Children of Dinah Tillier and Rev. James Dey

John Laurens Dye

M, #40264, b. circa 1687, d. before 8 Mar 1750/51

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
      John Laurens Dye was born circa 1687 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York. John married Anne (Unknown) in 1710 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York; this is not a proven name. John Laurens Dye died before 8-Mar-1750/51 at Perth Amboy or ?Machaponix, Middlesex County, New Jersey. John's estate was proved on 8-Mar-1750/51.
     He was also known as John Duyts. He was also known as John Laurens Dey. He purchased from Mindert Johnson of the township of perth amboy 200 acres of land, bounded on the south by Millstone river, and on this tract he settled. This land is located near Prospect Plains and Cranbury, Middlesex county, new jersey, and is now owned and occupied by John Dey a descendant of Wm. Dey of 1718 on 21-Dec-1725.
John Laurens's left a will on 1-Oct-1750

he names wife Anne, sons John, David, William, James, Vinson, and Joseph, and daughters Anne and Katherine.

"He devises to his eldest son John, the just sum of five pounds at 8 S. Per ounce to David the just sum of fifty pounds at 8S. Per ounce. To his sons
William, James,Vinson, and Joseph, and daughters Anne and Katherine allt (sic) the remainder of the money arising from the sale of my estate to be
equally divided amongst them, their heirs, ect..The land was encumbered, the interest on the debt was to be paid by his wife, and to whom, he leaves
the use during her life. Also devises to her during life the personalty after payment of debts except therefrom the debt upon the plantation. After the death of his wife, and sale of the property, proceeds to be divided as above set forth. "

Executors, my son William and my son-in-law, Lawrence Dey.

Witnesses Peter Perrine, Sten (Steven) Warne, and Sarah Davisson.

Children of John Laurens Dye and Anne (Unknown)

Laurens Duyts

M, #40265, b. 1610, d. 14 Jan 1667/68
      Laurens Duyts was born in 1610 at Holstein, Denmark. Marriage banns for Laurens Duyts and Ytie Jansen were published on 28-Aug-1638. Laurens married Ytie Jansen in 1639. Laurens married Geertje Jansen on 1-Jan-1665/66 at Bergen County, New Jersey. Laurens Duyts died on 14-Jan-1667/68 at Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. Laurens was buried on 15-Jan-1668 at Bergen, Hudson County, New Jersey.
     He was also known as Laurens Jans Duytszen. He was also known as Laurens Duytszen. He was also known as Laurents Duyts. He was also known as Laurens Duytts. He was also known as Laurens Dey. He was also known as Laurens Duyksen. He was also known as Laurens Bigshoe. He was also known as Laurens Grootschoe. He immigrated in 1639 to New Amsterdam, New York County, New York; on the ship "deBrant van Trogan", Fire of Troy. He leased from Jonas Bronck (a confederate of Captain Kuyter, to Pieter Andriessen and Lourens Duyts. "They shall be at liberty to plant tobacco and maize on the express condition that every two years they shall clear new pieces of land...furthermore, Pieter Andriesz and Lournes Duyts bind and pledge their persons and properties fo the payment of what Mr. Bronck has desbersed for them oon board the ship De Brant van Troyen, 120 guilders, 16 stivers, of which Pieter Andreiessen must pay fl. 81,4 and Lournes Duyts fl. 49.12. Done at Fort Amsterdam on 21-Jul-1639 at Fort Amsterdam, New York. He was sentanced by the Court at Harlem, Stuyvesant for selling his wife, Ytie Jansen, and forcing her to live in adultery with another man, and for lifing himself in adultery, he was to have a rope tied around his neck and to be severely flogged had have his right ear cut off, and to be banished for fifty years, He went across the Hudson River to Bergen (now Jersey City) where he died. on 25-Nov-1658.

Child of Laurens Duyts and Ytie Jansen

Ytie Jansen

F, #40266, b. circa 1620, d. 25 Nov 1658
      Ytie Jansen was born circa 1620 at Oldenburg, Germany. Marriage banns for Ytie Jansen and Laurens Duyts were published on 28-Aug-1638. Ytie married Laurens Duyts in 1639. Ytie Jansen died after 1658 at New York. She died on 25-Nov-1658 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York.
     She was also known as Utje Jansen.

Child of Ytie Jansen and Laurens Duyts

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