Sarah Newcomb

F, b. circa 1670
Sarah Newcomb|b. circa 1670|p354.htm#i271081|Lt. Andrew Newcomb|b. circa 1640\nd. between 20 Aug 1706 and 1708|p353.htm#i271057|Sarah (Unknown)|b. circa 1643\nd. circa 1674|p353.htm#i271058|Capt. Andrew Newcomb|b. 1616 or 1618\nd. circa Sep 1686|p353.htm#i271073|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p353.htm#i271074|||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Sarah Newcomb was born circa 1670. She was the daughter of Lt. Andrew Newcomb and Sarah (Unknown). Sarah married Capt. Joshua Conant, son of Joshua Conant and Seeth Gardner, on 9-Jan-1690/91 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Sarah married William Eldridge, son of Robert Eldridge and Elizabeth Nickerson, on 30-Jan-1706/7 at Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Children of Sarah Newcomb and Capt. Joshua Conant

Christian More

F, b. 5 Sep 1652
Christian More|b. 5 Sep 1652|p354.htm#i271082|Richard More|b. 13 Nov 1614\nd. between 1694 and 1696|p354.htm#i271099|Christian Hunter|b. say 1616\nd. 18 Mar 1676|p354.htm#i271100|||||||||||||
     Christian More was baptized on 5-Sep-1652 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Richard More and Christian Hunter. Christian married Capt. Joshua Conant, son of Joshua Conant and Seeth Gardner, on 31-Aug-1676 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.
     Christian More was also known as Christian Mower.

Child of Christian More and Capt. Joshua Conant

Joshua Conant

M, b. 31 Aug 1676
Joshua Conant|b. 31 Aug 1676|p354.htm#i271083|Capt. Joshua Conant|b. 15 Apr 1657\nd. before 1706|p353.htm#i271080|Christian More|b. 5 Sep 1652|p354.htm#i271082|Joshua Conant|b. circa 1630\nd. before May 1659|p354.htm#i271084|Seeth Gardner|b. 25 Dec 1636|p354.htm#i271085|Richard More|b. 13 Nov 1614\nd. between 1694 and 1696|p354.htm#i271099|Christian Hunter|b. say 1616\nd. 18 Mar 1676|p354.htm#i271100|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Joshua Conant was born on 31-Aug-1676 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Capt. Joshua Conant and Christian More.

Joshua Conant

M, b. circa 1630, d. before May 1659
Joshua Conant|b. circa 1630\nd. before May 1659|p354.htm#i271084|Roger Conant|b. 9 Apr 1592\nd. 19 Nov 1679|p354.htm#i271088|Sarah Horton|b. circa 1598\nd. before 1 Mar 1677|p354.htm#i271089|Richard Conant|b. 1548\nd. before 22 Sep 1633|p354.htm#i271091|Agnes Clark|b. circa 1560\nd. 22 Sep 1633|p354.htm#i271095|Thomas Horton|b. circa 1555\nd. before 17 Jan 1620/21|p354.htm#i271092|Catherine Satchfield|b. 27 May 1569\nd. before 13 Oct 1627|p354.htm#i271093|

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Joshua Conant was born circa 1630 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Roger Conant and Sarah Horton. Joshua married Seeth Gardner, daughter of Thomas Gardner and (Unknown) (Unknown), before 1657 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Joshua Conant died before May-1659.
     He resided at at Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1657. He died before May 1659 at ENG ((died intestate)) (Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to about 1850, 1998, Essex Co. Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 303, LTC Nelson Munroe Warne (USA, Ret.).). An inventory of the estate was taken on 28 May 1659 at Salem, Essex County, MA (Conant, A History of, p. 136-7.). Administration on the estate of Joshua Connant, who died intestate in England, granted 29 : 9 : 1659 to Mr. Thomas Gardner. Amount of inventory of his estate in New England, 32 li. 6s

Inventory of Seethe, widow of Joshuah Connant, taken by John Browne and Richard Price: One bed, one Bolster, a suit of Curtayns and valiants, one Rug and a Blankett and matt, 8 li; five p of shetts and a half shett, 5 li; Eleven napkins, 3 table Cloths, 1 li. 7s; fowr pilow bears, 1 li. 4s; twelve towels, 9s; for pewter pans and spons, 1 li. 6s; one Cloake, 18s; one Trunk and on owld Chest, 10s; one spitt, one payr of Andyrns, 3s; to Sivs, two Trays, 3s; one payr of scals and to wayts, 2s. 6d; one trundl Bedsted and one blankett, 6s; for wooll, 4s; 5 stools, 9s; 9 Chayrs, 13s; 3 tabls, 1 li; for divers howshowld implements, 8s. 6d; for bras and Iron, 1 li. 10s; one chest, one box, 1 li; one Carpett, two Coshens, 5s; one looking glas and two small boxes, 10s; mony and platt, 1 li. 4s; for 6 shep, 5 li; one kradle, 4s; one bedstead, 10s; total, 32 li. 6s.
Mr. Thomas Gardner's account: a note of what was dewe to mee from Josuah Connant: Wintering of 8 sheepe at 6s. per sheepe, 2 li. 8s; 32 lode of wood at 4s. per lode, 6 li. 8s; for a bushell of wheate, 5s; 3 bushels of Indian Corne, 9s; payde for him to Jone Cotta, 11s; dew to Joseph Gardner for 3 yeares rent for his house at 3li; per yere, 10li; payd for him to Richard Prince, 13s; payd to Mr. Browne, 10li; payd to Mr. Crommell, 5li. 13s. 11d; total 35li. 7s. 11d.
Hugh Jones testified that while he lived with his master Gardner, the latter wintered eight sheep for Joshua Connant, and deponent carried wood to his wife, "I gesse" upward of thirty loads, also corn and wheat, etc.
Jone (her F mark) Cotta, wife of Robert, testified, 20: 4: 1660, that she received of Thomas Gardner of Salem, eleven shillings for the keeping of Josuah Connant's sheep one summer. Phillip Cromwell's receipt dated June 10, 1659, from "ould Mr Gardner" for a debt of 5li. 13s. 11d.
Occupationcirca 1659Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, a sea captain

Child of Joshua Conant and Seeth Gardner

Seeth Gardner

F, b. 25 Dec 1636
Seeth Gardner|b. 25 Dec 1636|p354.htm#i271085|Thomas Gardner|b. circa 1592\nd. 29 Dec 1674|p354.htm#i271086|(Unknown) (Unknown)|b. circa 1614\nd. before 1637|p354.htm#i271087|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     Seeth Gardner was baptized on 25-Dec-1636 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Gardner and (Unknown) (Unknown). Seeth married Joshua Conant, son of Roger Conant and Sarah Horton, before 1657 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Seeth married John Grafton, son of Joseph Grafton, on 1-Dec-1659.
     Seeth Gardner was also known as Seeth Balch.

Child of Seeth Gardner and Joshua Conant

Thomas Gardner

M, b. circa 1592, d. 29 Dec 1674

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Thomas Gardner was born circa 1592. Thomas married (Unknown) (Unknown) circa 1614. Thomas married Margaret (Unknown) before 1639; probable marriage. Thomas married Demaris (Unknown). Thomas Gardner died on 29-Dec-1674 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Thomas's estate was proved on 29-Mar-1675.
     He immigrated in 1624 to Cape Ann, Essex County, Massachusetts. He removed to at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1626. He held the position of Salem selectman in 1635. He received a special by warrent, of one hundered acres in 1636 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He member at Salem Church, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, 1636. He held the position of Salem fenceviewer in 1636. In the Salem grants Thomas Gardner had one hundred acres in the freeman's land. He held the position of Salem selectman in 1637. On 17-May-1637 Thomas Gardner was listed as a freeman. He held the position of Deputy for Salem to the General Court on 26-Sep-1637. He was granted one acre of marsh, with a household of seven on 26-Dec-1637 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He held the position of Overseer of surveyor for Salem highways in 1637/38. He held the position of Salem constable in 1639. He held the position of Overseer of surveyor for Salem highways in 1639. When George Ingersoll received a ten acre lot, it was land formerly of Mr. Garner's and others, which they had resigned to the town in favor of other land in Mar-1638/39. He was granted a bank of upland near Strongwater Brook, paying 5s an acre on 15-May-1639 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He held the position of Essex grand jury on 25-Feb-1641. He held the position of Petit jury, he faild to appear and was fined on 29-Jun-1641. He held the position of Salem selectman between 1642 and 1646. He held the position of Overseer of surveyor for Salem highways in 1643. He held the position of Petit jury on 27-Jan-1642/43. He was granted half a three quarter acre lot with Obadiah Holmes, on land nar the gate leading to the old mill on 20-Mar-1642/43. He held the position of Essex grand jury on 27-Jan-1643/44. He was granted ten acres in Salem for a house near the old mill on 8-Feb-1643/44. He held the position of Essex grand jury in Jul-1644. He held the position of Petit jury on 28-Jan-1646. He held the position of Petit jury on 28-Jan-1647/48. He held the position of Overseer of surveyor for Salem highways in 1649. He held the position of Overseer of surveyor for Salem highways in 1649. He held the position of Petit jury on 26-Jun-1649. "Mr. Gardner" was granted one acre of meadow on the north side of his farm on 31-Aug-1649. He held the position of Salem selectman in 1650. He held the position of Petit jury, foreman on 24-Jun-1651. He held the position of Petit jury on 29-Jun-1652. He held the position of Petit jury on 28-Jun-1653. He held the position of Petit jury on 6-Mar-1653/54. "Mr. Gardner requested for himself and those that now do or hereafter shall live at those ten acre lots end or side that they may have the common land granted to them that lies at the foot of Mr. Read's hill to lie as common for their joint use; this request was granted" on 27-Apr-1654. He held the position of Salem selectman between 1655 and 1656. He held the position of Overseer of surveyor for Salem highways between 1655 and 1658. He held the position of Petit jury on 13-Jun-1655. He held the position of Petit jury on 27-Nov-1655. He held the position of Petit jury on 30-Jun-1657. He held the position of Petit jury on 29-Jun-1658.
Thomas's left a will on 7-Dec-1668 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

"Weighing the uncertainty of man's life, I do therefore in the time of my health make this my last will" giving to "my wife Damaris" all the estate she brought with her "according to our agreement" and £8 a year paid by my six sons provided she give up her dower in my housing and lands; to "my daughter Sarah Balch" £15; to "my daughter Seeth Grafton" £15; to "my daughter Mirian [sic] Hills two daughters, Miriam Hill & Susanna Hill," to each of them £5 at age eighteen or marriage; to "my sons George and John Gardner" salt meadow valued at £20; to "my sons Samuel and Joseph Gardner" the other part of my salt meadow; residue divided in seven equal parts, two parts to my son Thomas, he paying "his mother in law forty six shillings by the year," the other sons to receive one part each and pay their mother-in-law twenty-trhee shillings a year; sons George and Samuel Garner executors; "my loving friends Mr. Joseph Grafton and Deacon Horne" overseers.

Thomas Gardner of Salem, husbandman, sold to "Josiah Sothwick," for valuable consideration received thirteen years earlier, two acres in the North Field of Salem on 6-Dec-1671. The Inventory of Thomas Gardner was taken by Hilliard Veren, Sr. and John Pickering totalled £274 16s, including real estate valued at £201; "an old dwelling house with about 10 acres of land adjoining with the orchard, fences &c.," £31; the acres of ground in the Northfield, £27; about 100 acres of upland and meadow, £100; about 20 acres of land lying above the mill," £40. The inventory also included "2 old barrels of guns" valued at 5s 4d:11m:1674. Following Thomas Gardner's probate, at the November 1677 term of the Essex court his sons George ("now of Hartford Connectict") and Samuel sued John Pudney of Salem, husbandsman, over a farm let to Pudney by lease dated March 1, 1672/73 and described as Gardner's now dwelling house in Salem, with all his land in Northfield, about 20 acres, also his 10 acres of meadow ... for seven years from Apr. 15, 1672 at £11 per year, and two barrels of cider, said Gardner furnishing the cask, of which £4 wer to be paid in wood at 8s. per cord, 40s. in butter and cheese, with one firkin of butter, 40s. in pork, and the remainder in corn. Said Pudney was not to remove any muck, and Gardner reserved the right to that the meadow near Needham's if he so desired. Lt. George Gardner, late of Salem & now of Hartford, merchant, and Samuel Gardner, mariner, joint executors of the last will of Mr. Thomas Gardner deceased, sold to John Swinnerton of Salem, physician, "all that part of the estate the said Gardner possessed of and which the said executors have power to sell" including a dwelling house and ten acres in the North Field, another ten acres in the North Field, about and acre of upland by the Strongwater Brook, a farm containing 100 acres of upland and meadow, and twenty acres of upland and meadow. on 2-Sep-1678.
Occupation1665Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, an inkeeper

Children of Thomas Gardner and (Unknown) (Unknown)

(Unknown) (Unknown)

F, b. circa 1614, d. before 1637

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     (Unknown) married Thomas Gardner circa 1614. (Unknown) (Unknown) was born circa 1614. She died before 1637 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Children of (Unknown) (Unknown) and Thomas Gardner

Roger Conant

M, b. 9 Apr 1592, d. 19 Nov 1679
Roger Conant|b. 9 Apr 1592\nd. 19 Nov 1679|p354.htm#i271088|Richard Conant|b. 1548\nd. before 22 Sep 1633|p354.htm#i271091|Agnes Clark|b. circa 1560\nd. 22 Sep 1633|p354.htm#i271095|John Conant|b. before 1520\nd. before 30 Mar 1596|p354.htm#i271094||||John Clark Sr.|b. circa 1538|p354.htm#i271096|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p354.htm#i271098|

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
Roger Conant Statue
      Roger Conant was born in Apr-1592 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England. He was baptized on 9-Apr-1592 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England. He was the son of Richard Conant and Agnes Clark. Roger married Sarah Horton, daughter of Thomas Horton and Catherine Satchfield, on 11-Nov-1618 at Saint Ann Blackfriars, London, Middlesex, England. Roger Conant died on 19-Nov-1679 at Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 87. Roger's estate was proved on 25-Nov-1679.
     He immigrated before 1624 to Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He removed to at Nantucket, Nantucket County, Massachusetts, in 1624. He removed to at Cape Ann, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1625. He and Sarah Horton resided at at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1626. On 18-May-1631 Roger Conant was listed as a freeman at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He held the position of deputy to the General Court for Salem on 9-May-1632. He was on the Committe to lay out land for John Humphrey on 7-Nov-1632. "Mr. Connant" was one of the five prominent men to receive a two hundred acre farm in the freeman's land at the head of the Bass River on 25-Jan-1635/36. He held the position of Essex surveyor of canoes on 27-Jun-1636. He was a member in late 1636 at Salem Church, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He served on the Essex Jury on 27-Dec-1636. He was granted received one acre in the Salem Grant of 1637 with a household of nine persons. This grant is in Roger Conant's hand. He held the position of Salem Selectman between 1637 and 1641. He held the position of Surveyor of lots on 2-Jan-1636/37. He held the position of Surveyor of lots on 27-Jan-1636/37. He held the position of Surveyor of lots on 20-Feb-1636/37. He held the position of Surveyor of lots on 10-Apr-1637. He was appointed Essex Magistrate on 17-May-1637. He was appointed Essex Magistrate on 27-Jun-1637. He held the position of Salem Town Clerk (at least he kept the minutes of the selectman's meeting) on 11-Sep-1637. He was appointed Essex Magistrate on 3-Oct-1637. He was on the Committee to determine bound between Salem and Saugus on 20-Nov-1637. He was appointed Essex Magistrate on 27-Mar-1638. He was appointed Essex Magistrate on 26-Jun-1638. He held the position of auditor on 12-Nov-1638. He was appointed Essex Magistrate on 25-Dec-1638. Henry Bayley requested a piece of land "next Mr. Conants house at Catt Cove on 4-Feb-1638/39. He was appointed Essex Magistrate on 25-Mar-1639. "Mr. Conant" received a grant of five acres of meadow "in some convenient place." on 7-May-1639. He served on the Petit Jury as the foreman on 17-Dec-1642. He served on the committe to draw the line between Ipswich and Salem on 27-Mar-1643. He served on the Petit Jury as foreman on 26-Dec-1643. He held the position of Director of highway repairs on 26-Feb-1643/44. He held the position of Surveyor of highways on 13-Jun-1644. He served on the Grand Jury on 9-Jul-1644. He served on the Petit Jury on 31-Dec-1644. He served on the Petit Jury on 8-Jul-1645. He held the position of rater on 22-Sep-1645. He served on the Petit Jury on 30-Jun-1646. He served on the Grand Jury on 6-Jul-1647. He held the position of auditor (orderd to give an account) on 20-Mar-1647/48. He served on the Grand Jury on 25-Dec-1649. He held the position of Salem Selectman between 1650 and 1655. He served on the Grand Jury on 25-Jun-1650. He served on the Grand Jury on 25-Nov-1651. He served on the Grand Jury on 29-Jun-1652. He served on the Grand Jury as foreman on 20-Oct-1653. He served on the Petit Jury on 29-Nov-1653. He held the position of Surveyor of lots on 15-May-1654. He served on the Petit Jury on 28-Nov-1654. He served on the Grand Jury on 27-Nov-1655. He held the position of arbitrator on 16-Feb-1655/56. He held the position of Salem Selectman between 1657 and 1658. He held the position of Surveyor of lots on 15-Jan-1656/57. He held the position of arbitrator on 24-Feb-1656/57. He served on the Petit Jury on 24-Nov-1657. He held the position of arbitrator on 20-Jun-1658.
Roger's left a will on 1-Mar-1677/78

"At Salem Court, 25:9:1679. The Last will and testament of Roger Conant, dated the 1st of the 1 mo. [March] 1677. I roger Conant aged about eightie fiue yeares, being of perfect vnderstandin though weak and feeble in body, doe hereby declare my will and minde wherein in the first place I doe bequeath my soule vnto God that gaue it & my body to the graue, in hope of a blessed resurection: & for my outward estate and goods, I giue vnto my Sonne Exercise one hundred and fortie acres of Land lyeing neer adjoining vnto the new towne of Dunstable a part of two hundred acres granted me by the General court: also I giue & bequeath vnto him ten acres of Land next adjoining vnto his p'sont home lott and land Lying by the side of william Dodgeses his land, and butts on the land of thomas Herrick: also I give him two acres of marsh at the south end of the grat pond by whenham, or if my daughter Elizageth Conant will exchange to have soe much at the great marsh neer wenham: also I give him my swamp at the head of the railes which is yet undivided betwixt me and Benjamin Balch adjoining vnto william Dodgeses swamp: also I giue him my portion of land Lying by Henry Haggats on wenham side: toward the discharge of such Legassis as I have given & bequeathed: accordin as is hereafter sett down.

more I giue vnto my grandchild John Conant sonne of Roger Conant ten acres of Land adjoing to his twenty acres by the great pond side he paying twenty pounds for the same towards the payment of gegassis as after mentioned.

more I giue vnto my grandchild Joshua Conant seaventeen acres of Land Lying by the south side of the great marsh neer wenham and bounding unto the land of peeter woodbery: and the rest to return to my Executor.

also I giue vnto my Daughter Sarah two acres of Land lying between the gead of the railes and Isaac Hull his ground as part of six acres betwixt me and Benjamin Balch: this to her and her children.

also sixtie acres oif Land out of my farm granted me by the General Court neer the new town of Dunstable I giue and bequeath unto the hands of Capt Roger Clap of the castle neer Dorchester for the use of a daughter of one mrs. pitts deceased whose daughter now Liueth in culleton a towne in Devon in old England and is in lue for certaine goods sold for the said mrs. pitts in London and was there to be paid many years since but it is alleaged was neuer paid and the aforesaid capt clap to giue a discharge as theire atturney according as he is impowered and intrusted in theire behalfe:

furthermore as lagacies I doe giue vnto my sonne lott his ten children twenty pounds to be equally divided: to my daughter Sarahs Children to John five pounds to the foure daughters fiue pounds betwixt ym: to my daughter Mary Dodge to herself fiue pounds and fiue pounds to her fiue children equally divided: to Exercise his children foure pounds betwixt them: to Adoniron Veren three pounds to his sister Hannah twenty shillings and her two children each ten shillings: to my cozen Mary Veren wife to Hillier veren three pounds as also three pounds unto the daughters of My Cozen Jane Mason deceased to be divided amongst them including Loue steevens her children a share:

my wearing apparell I giue and household implements not otherwise disposed of and my Gray horse and cattle to my sonn Exercise and sheepe I giue to Rebacka Connant my grandchild and one sheep to Mary Leach:

and whereas there remains in my hands a certain portion of cattle belonging vnto one Mr. Dudeney in England and by him assigned vnto his nephew Richard Conant valued at twenty five pounds and now left in the hands of my sonne exercise Conant that there be a rendering vp of such cattle or theire valuation mentioned unto the said Richard Conant upon seasonable demand he giuing a full discharge for the same.

and further my will is that my sonn Exercise be my executor to my will and Testament and for further help in seeing these things forementioned my sonne william Dodge and my grandchild John Conant Senior to be overseears of the same. In witness whereof I haue haere vnto sett my hand the day and yeare aboure written. The blotting our of part of a line and a whole line under the part was before signing hereof.

The mark X of Roger CONANT his seale

JOHN BENNET
BENJAMIN BALCH
Sealed int he presence of the aforesaid witnesses and delivered
JOHN BENNET
BENJAMIN BALCH.

At the General Court, "Mr. Roger Conant of Beverly. alias Bass River," received one parcel of land in the wilderness on the eastern side of the Merrimack River consisting of two hunderd acres as laid out by Jonathan Danforth on 28-May-1679. The Inventory of Roger Conant was taken The estate of Roger Conant deceased a true Inventory there of appraised by John Rayment and William Rayment this 24th 9 mo 1679
                                                                                               ££-ss-d
200 acres land lying at Dunstable not improved                                         60-00-0
more land sold to Elizabeth Conant not paid for                                         40-00-0
more land 10 acres and more 10 acres 20                                              40-00-0
more land 23 acres                                                                            59-00-0
more two acres of meddow                                                             10-00-0
swampy land 20s 2 acres of land 5 pounds                                              6-00-0
more land                                                                                      1-00-0
2 cows and a horse 10 pounds cattell 15 pounds 4 sheep 1 pound               26-10-0
a bed and furniture 5 pounds wearing cloathes and linen 9 pounds                14-00-0
a chest trunk and box 20s and other things 20s on 24-Nov-1679.

Children of Roger Conant and Sarah Horton

Sarah Horton

F, b. circa 1598, d. before 1 Mar 1677
Sarah Horton|b. circa 1598\nd. before 1 Mar 1677|p354.htm#i271089|Thomas Horton|b. circa 1555\nd. before 17 Jan 1620/21|p354.htm#i271092|Catherine Satchfield|b. 27 May 1569\nd. before 13 Oct 1627|p354.htm#i271093|||||||Gilbert Satchfield|b. circa 1547|p354.htm#i271097||||

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Sarah Horton was born circa 1598 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Horton and Catherine Satchfield. Sarah married Roger Conant, son of Richard Conant and Agnes Clark, on 11-Nov-1618 at Saint Ann Blackfriars, London, Middlesex, England. Sarah Horton died before 1-Mar-1677 at Beverly, Massachusetts.
     She and Roger Conant resided at at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1626.

Children of Sarah Horton and Roger Conant

Samuel Newcomb

M
Samuel Newcomb||p354.htm#i271090|Lt. Andrew Newcomb|b. circa 1640\nd. between 20 Aug 1706 and 1708|p353.htm#i271057|Anna Bayes|b. circa 1658\nd. Sep 1731|p353.htm#i271059|Capt. Andrew Newcomb|b. 1616 or 1618\nd. circa Sep 1686|p353.htm#i271073|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p353.htm#i271074|Capt. Thomas Bayes||p376.htm#i308969|Anna Baker||p376.htm#i308970|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
     Samuel Newcomb was the son of Lt. Andrew Newcomb and Anna Bayes.

Richard Conant

M, b. 1548, d. before 22 Sep 1633
Richard Conant|b. 1548\nd. before 22 Sep 1633|p354.htm#i271091|John Conant|b. before 1520\nd. before 30 Mar 1596|p354.htm#i271094||||||||||||||||

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Richard Conant was born in 1548 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England. He was the son of John Conant. Richard married Agnes Clark, daughter of John Clark Sr. and (Unknown) (Unknown), on 4-Feb-1578 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England. Richard Conant died before 22-Sep-1633 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England.
Occupationbetween 1606 and 1616East Budleigh, Devonshire, England, a churchwarden

Children of Richard Conant and Agnes Clark

Thomas Horton

M, b. circa 1555, d. before 17 Jan 1620/21

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Thomas Horton was born circa 1555. Thomas married Catherine Satchfield, daughter of Gilbert Satchfield, circa 1598. Thomas Horton died before 17-Jan-1620/21.

Child of Thomas Horton and Catherine Satchfield

Catherine Satchfield

F, b. 27 May 1569, d. before 13 Oct 1627
Catherine Satchfield|b. 27 May 1569\nd. before 13 Oct 1627|p354.htm#i271093|Gilbert Satchfield|b. circa 1547|p354.htm#i271097||||||||||||||||

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Catherine Satchfield was born in May-1569. She was baptized on 27-May-1569 at St. Peter Cornhill, London, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Gilbert Satchfield. Catherine married Thomas Horton circa 1598. Catherine Satchfield died before 13-Oct-1627 at London, Middlesex, England. Catherine's estate was proved on 23-Oct-1627.

Child of Catherine Satchfield and Thomas Horton

John Conant

M, b. before 1520, d. before 30 Mar 1596

Relationship=11th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      John Conant was born before 1520 at Gittitsham, England. He died before 30-Mar-1596 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England.
Occupation1577East Budleigh, Devonshire, England, a Church Warden

Child of John Conant

Agnes Clark

F, b. circa 1560, d. 22 Sep 1633
Agnes Clark|b. circa 1560\nd. 22 Sep 1633|p354.htm#i271095|John Clark Sr.|b. circa 1538|p354.htm#i271096|(Unknown) (Unknown)||p354.htm#i271098|||||||||||||

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=9th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
      Agnes Clark was born circa 1560. She was the daughter of John Clark Sr. and (Unknown) (Unknown). Agnes married Richard Conant, son of John Conant, on 4-Feb-1578 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England. Agnes Clark died on 22-Sep-1633 at East Budleigh, Devonshire, England.

Children of Agnes Clark and Richard Conant

John Clark Sr.

M, b. circa 1538

Relationship=11th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      John Clark Sr. was born circa 1538. John married (Unknown) (Unknown).

Child of John Clark Sr. and (Unknown) (Unknown)

Gilbert Satchfield

M, b. circa 1547

Relationship=11th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover.
      Gilbert Satchfield was born circa 1547.

Child of Gilbert Satchfield

(Unknown) (Unknown)

F

Relationship=11th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=10th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover.
     (Unknown) married John Clark Sr.

Child of (Unknown) (Unknown) and John Clark Sr.

Richard More

M, b. 13 Nov 1614, d. between 1694 and 1696
     Richard More was baptized on 13-Nov-1614 at Shipton, Shropshire, England. Richard married Christian Hunter on 20-Oct-1636 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Richard More died between 1694 and 1696 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.
     He immigrated on 21-Nov-1620 to Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts; aboard the Mayflower.

Richard More had one of the most bizarre and interesting lives of any of the Mayflower passengers. He was baptized in 1614 in Shipton, Shropshire, England, to Katherine More. Researchers have traced Katherine More's ancestry back to royalty, making Richard More and his siblings the only Mayflower passengers to have a documented royal ancestry. His father was either Katherine's husband Samuel More, or it was Jacob Blakeway, with whom she was having an extramarital affair. When the affair was discovered, Samuel questions whether the children were his (since they seemed to look more like Blakeway). Divorce proceedings were begun, and Samuel More would eventually receive custody of the children. He paid to have his children shipped off to America with some "honest and religious people", where they could avoid the "great blots and blemishes" that would fall on them if they remained in England. Richard More and sister Mary ended up in the household of Elder William Brewster; older sister Ellen went to the Edward Winslow family, and older brother Jasper went to the John Carver family. Richard's three siblings all died the first winter: Jasper died even before the Pilgrims were finished exploring Cape Cod.

Richard More was still living with the Brewsters in 1627, and married Christian Hunter in 1636 in Plymouth, and moved very shortly thereafter to Salem. Richard More became a seaman and ship captain, and made trips to England, Nova Scotia, West Indies, Manhattan, and Virginia. In February and March 1642/3, he joined the church at Salem and had two children baptized there; all the rest of his children would be baptized there as well, through his last child Christian, baptized in 1652.

His wife Christian died on 18 March 1676, at the age of 60. Richard More then married to Mrs. Jane Crumpton; she died in October 1686 at Salem, aged 55. In 1688, the Salem Church recorded: "Old Captain More having been for many years under suspicion and common fame of lasciviousness, and some degree at least of inconstancy ... but for want of proof we could go no further. He was at last left to himself so far as that he was convicted before justices of peace by three witnesses of gross unchastity with another man's wife and was censured by them."

Richard More died sometime between 1693 and 1696 at Salem, living just long enough to have witnessed the Salem Witchcraft paranoia of 1692.



Child of Richard More and Christian Hunter

Christian Hunter

F, b. say 1616, d. 18 Mar 1676
      Christian Hunter was born say 1616. Christian married Richard More on 20-Oct-1636 at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Christian Hunter died on 18-Mar-1676 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Child of Christian Hunter and Richard More

Keziah Conant

M, b. 8 Nov 1691
Keziah Conant|b. 8 Nov 1691|p354.htm#i271101|Capt. Joshua Conant|b. 15 Apr 1657\nd. before 1706|p353.htm#i271080|Sarah Newcomb|b. circa 1670|p354.htm#i271081|Joshua Conant|b. circa 1630\nd. before May 1659|p354.htm#i271084|Seeth Gardner|b. 25 Dec 1636|p354.htm#i271085|Lt. Andrew Newcomb|b. circa 1640\nd. between 20 Aug 1706 and 1708|p353.htm#i271057|Sarah (Unknown)|b. circa 1643\nd. circa 1674|p353.htm#i271058|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Keziah Conant was born on 8-Nov-1691 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was born on 8-Nov-1691 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Capt. Joshua Conant and Sarah Newcomb.

Caleb Conant

M, b. 13 Nov 1693
Caleb Conant|b. 13 Nov 1693|p354.htm#i271102|Capt. Joshua Conant|b. 15 Apr 1657\nd. before 1706|p353.htm#i271080|Sarah Newcomb|b. circa 1670|p354.htm#i271081|Joshua Conant|b. circa 1630\nd. before May 1659|p354.htm#i271084|Seeth Gardner|b. 25 Dec 1636|p354.htm#i271085|Lt. Andrew Newcomb|b. circa 1640\nd. between 20 Aug 1706 and 1708|p353.htm#i271057|Sarah (Unknown)|b. circa 1643\nd. circa 1674|p353.htm#i271058|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      Caleb Conant was born on 13-Nov-1693 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was born on 13-Nov-1693 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Capt. Joshua Conant and Sarah Newcomb. Caleb married Hannah Lombard.

John Conant

M, b. 19 Apr 1700
John Conant|b. 19 Apr 1700|p354.htm#i271103|Capt. Joshua Conant|b. 15 Apr 1657\nd. before 1706|p353.htm#i271080|Sarah Newcomb|b. circa 1670|p354.htm#i271081|Joshua Conant|b. circa 1630\nd. before May 1659|p354.htm#i271084|Seeth Gardner|b. 25 Dec 1636|p354.htm#i271085|Lt. Andrew Newcomb|b. circa 1640\nd. between 20 Aug 1706 and 1708|p353.htm#i271057|Sarah (Unknown)|b. circa 1643\nd. circa 1674|p353.htm#i271058|

Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=5th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover.
      John Conant was born on 19-Apr-1700 at Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was born on 19-Apr-1700 at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Capt. Joshua Conant and Sarah Newcomb. John married Keziah Lombard, daughter of Capt. Thomas Lumbert and Mary Newcomb, on 13-Oct-1721. John married Keziah Lombard, daughter of Capt. Thomas Lumbert and Mary Newcomb, on 18-Oct-1721 or 18-Oct-1725.

Hannah Lombard

F
     Hannah married Caleb Conant, son of Capt. Joshua Conant and Sarah Newcomb.

William Eldridge

M, b. 1660, d. 27 Apr 1749
William Eldridge|b. 1660\nd. 27 Apr 1749|p354.htm#i271105|Robert Eldridge|b. 1630\nd. 1682|p354.htm#i271106|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 1 Jan 1629/30\nd. before 3 May 1706|p354.htm#i271107|||||||William Nickerson|b. 1604\nd. between 30 Aug 1689 and 8 Sep 1690|p352.htm#i271003|Anne Busby|b. 2 Feb 1607/8\nd. 18 May 1686|p353.htm#i271004|

Relationship=1st cousin 9 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=1st cousin 8 times removed of David Kipp Conover.
      William Eldridge was born in 1660 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Robert Eldridge and Elizabeth Nickerson. William married Sarah Newcomb, daughter of Lt. Andrew Newcomb and Sarah (Unknown), on 30-Jan-1706/7 at Barnstable County, Massachusetts. William Eldridge died on 27-Apr-1749 at Chatham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Robert Eldridge

M, b. 1630, d. 1682
      Robert Eldridge was born in 1630 at England. Robert married Elizabeth Nickerson, daughter of William Nickerson and Anne Busby, on 31-Oct-1649 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Robert Eldridge died in 1682 at Monomoit, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
     He was also known as Robert Eldred.

Child of Robert Eldridge and Elizabeth Nickerson

Elizabeth Nickerson

F, b. 1 Jan 1629/30, d. before 3 May 1706
Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 1 Jan 1629/30\nd. before 3 May 1706|p354.htm#i271107|William Nickerson|b. 1604\nd. between 30 Aug 1689 and 8 Sep 1690|p352.htm#i271003|Anne Busby|b. 2 Feb 1607/8\nd. 18 May 1686|p353.htm#i271004|William Nickerson|b. 15 Dec 1571|p361.htm#i273885||||Nicholas Busby|b. 1 Jan 1589/90\nd. 28 Aug 1657|p355.htm#i271123|Bridget Cocke|d. 20 May 1659|p355.htm#i271124|

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
      Elizabeth Nickerson was born in 1629 at Norwich, Norfolk, England. She was baptized on 1-Jan-1629/30 at St. Peter's, Permontergate, Norfolk, England. She was the daughter of William Nickerson and Anne Busby. Elizabeth married Robert Eldridge on 31-Oct-1649 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Nickerson died before 3-May-1706 at Monomoit, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Child of Elizabeth Nickerson and Robert Eldridge

(Unknown) Bassett

F
     (Unknown) married Nicholas Nickerson, son of William Nickerson and Anne Busby, in 1655 at Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.
      She is possibly the daughter of William Basset. No record of such a relationship has been found.

Child of (Unknown) Bassett and Nicholas Nickerson

Anne Nickerson

F, b. 7 May 1635, d. 1680/81
Anne Nickerson|b. 7 May 1635\nd. 1680/81|p354.htm#i271112|William Nickerson|b. 1604\nd. between 30 Aug 1689 and 8 Sep 1690|p352.htm#i271003|Anne Busby|b. 2 Feb 1607/8\nd. 18 May 1686|p353.htm#i271004|William Nickerson|b. 15 Dec 1571|p361.htm#i273885||||Nicholas Busby|b. 1 Jan 1589/90\nd. 28 Aug 1657|p355.htm#i271123|Bridget Cocke|d. 20 May 1659|p355.htm#i271124|

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover Jr.
Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of David Kipp Conover.
     Anne Nickerson was baptized on 7-May-1635 at St. Peter's, Permontergate, Norfolk, England. She was the daughter of William Nickerson and Anne Busby. Anne married Tristram Hedges on 20-Oct-1657 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Anne Nickerson died in 1680/81 at Monomoit, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Tristram Hedges

M
     Tristram married Anne Nickerson, daughter of William Nickerson and Anne Busby, on 20-Oct-1657 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
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