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Probably Michael Palmatier Jr (M)
b. circa 1687, #85822
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Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Probably Michael Palmatier Jr was also known as Probably Michael Michaelse Parmentier. Probably Michael Palmatier Jr was born circa 1687 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. He was baptized in 1687 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Damen. Probably Michael Palmatier Jr married Marytje Tietsoort on 2 October 1717 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York. From Dan, 914 Valley View Circle, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
Michael Palmatier, Jr., second surviving son of Michael Palmatier and Neeltje Damen, was baptised at New Utrecht, Long Island (Kings County), NY, in 1687. Michael married Marytjen/Maria Tietsoort 2 October 1717 (Kingston Church records). Marytja/Maria was baptised 7 May 1699, the youngest daughter of William Abraham Tietsoort and Neeltje Swart. She was a sister of Helena, who had married his brother Damen. Michael and Marytja may have been living as late as 1767, when 'Michael Parmentier and wife' were sponsors for Maria and Michael Deyo, children of Christian Deyo and Elizabeth Parmentier, at Poughkeepsie. (But Michael Palmatier and his wife Maria (Oakley) might have been the grandparents). It should be noted that the children of this family and of Damen's, were cousins-germane, sharing the same grandparents. Name-repetitions lead to confusion, but Frazier and McConville thought the following was a reasonable listing of the children of Michael and Marytja: 1. Neeltje, baptised at Poughkeepsie 21 January 1718, easily confused with her cousin. It is possible Neeltje married Lawrence de Lange in November 1738 in Fishkill. 2. Michael, baptised at Poughkeepsie 26 August 1719, apparently married Maria Oakley/'Oculi'. One son, Michael, probably born about 1750, married by 1777 Hannah Presler. Son Michael was apparently in the 1790 census at New Paltz. Only 1 child of son Michael and his wife Hannah appears on record (Sara,born 23 March 1777, baptised at Poughkeepsie 24 June 1777). 3. William, baptised at Poughkeepsie 6 June 1721, probably married Rebecca Ellsworth by 1744. 4. Damen, baptised at Poughkeepsie 21 November 1722, married Antje Oakley. 5. Helena, baptised 9 January 1726 (Kingston Church records), 'b. Poughk' probably married (with banns at Poughkeepsie 19 September 1749, James Welden, 'widr. of Mari Tankens'. 6. Antoinette, baptised at Poughkeepsie Lutheran Church 28 December 1730, probably married 1st, 19 September 1749 Jacob Weaver (3 children baptised at Poughkeepsie); married 2nd, at New Hackensack (NY) 7 August 1778 Petrus Buys, widr. 7. Elizabeth, baptised 10 August 1735 (NY City Lutheran Church records), married at Poughkeepsie 24 April 1754 Christian Deyo, 'b. Plas' (New Paltz), 2 children recorded. They were sponsors in 1768 for a child of Michael and Maria Oakley Palmatier. The Palmatier Family Index at the Schenectady Historical Society contains a card on Elizabeth, which contains the following information: Elizabeth 'Parmentier', daughter of Michael Parmentier and Marytjen (Tietsoort), baptised 10 August 1735 at Poughkeepsie, NY D.R. Married 8 March 1758 at Poughkeepsie Christian Deyo. Lived in Poughkeepsie. Children: Maria, Michael. 8. John, born about 1737/38, married 'Annie Aiken' and resided at New Paltz. 9. Sophia, baptised at Poughkeepsie 8 May 1740, no further record. 10. Simon, baptised at Poughkeepsie 13 February 1743, married Elizabeth ____________, no children found (according to Mr. McConville). The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Simon 'Parmentier', which states he was the son of Michael Parmentier and Marytjen (Tietsoort), baptised 31 August 1742 at Poughkeepsie, NY D.R. Married Elizabeth ________. Lived in _________. 11. Isaac. Note: John is probable and Isaac is possible. Source: 'Palmatier-Parmentier Family of Dutchess County, NY', by Prentiss Glazier, 1976 (available from the Church of Latter-day Saints, Family History Department, Microfilm #1014122, item #5). The 'Palmatier Family Index' at the Schenectady Historical Society, Schenectady, NY, contains a card on Michael 'Parmentier', which contains the following information. The author of the index is not known, but it may be the work of Howard A. McConville, a member of the Schenectady Historical Society before his death in the 1980's: Michael Parmentier, son of Michael and Neeltje Jans (Damen), baptised about 1687 at Bushwick, NY. Married 2 October 1717 at Poughkeepsie D.R. Marytjen Tietsoort, baptised 7 May 1699 at ___________, daughter of William Abrahamse Tietsoort and Neeltje (Swart). Lived in Poughkeepsie, NY. Children: Neeltjen, Michael, William, Damen, Lena, Antoinette, Elizabeth, Philip?, Isaac?, Sofia, Seletje?, Simon, John?. ================================================================ ============== The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Michael's daughter, Antoinette: Antoinette 'Parmentier', daughter of Michael Parmentier and Marytjen (Tietsoort), baptised 28 December 1729 at Poughkeepsie, NY. D.R. Married 1st, 25 August 1749 at Poughkeepsie, NY D.R. Jacob Wever. Married 2nd, 7 August 1778 Petrus Buys. Lived at Poughkeepsie, NY. Children: surname Wever - Sarah, Johannes, Paulus Peele. The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Lena 'Parmentier': Lena Parmentier, daughter of Michael Parmentier and Marytjen (Tietsoort), baptised 9 January 1726 at __________. Married 23 September 1749 at Poughkeepsie, NY Jeems Weldon, widower of Maria Tankens. Lived in Poughkeepsie, NY. The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Neeltjen 'Parmentier', which states she was the daughter of Michael Parmentier and Marytjen (Tietsoort); baptised 25 June 1717 at Poughkeepsie, NY D.R. Lived at Poughkeepsie, NY. ================================================================ ============== 'Genealogy of the Family of Robert Olds (ca1772-ca1845), His Descendants & Ancestors', by Robert O. Bathiany, 1981, Library of Congress card #85-210017, states the following on Michael: Michael 'Palmentier' was born at Bushwick, NY about 1687. He married Marytjen Tietsoort on 2 October 1715. Her parents were William Tietsoort and Neeltje Swart. They had 13 children: Neeltje, born 1717 Antonette, born 1730 John, born after 1741 Michael, born 1719 Philip, born after 1733 Simon, born 1742 William, born 1721 Elizabeth, born 1735 Seeltje, born after Damen, born 1722 Isaac, born 1737 1744 Lena, born 1726 Sophia, born 1740 Son Isaac was baptised at Poughkeepsie in 1737. He married about 1762 Eleanor Neeltje Van de Bogart, daughter of Peter Van de Bogart and Eleanor Tietsoort. Isaac and Eleanor resided in Schenectady, NY. In 1780 the indians ransacked Isaac's farmhouse and captured him. He was taken to the British lines and then to Canada, where he was held prisoner for three and a half years, before returning home. Isaac died in 1832, as did his wife who probably reached the age of 100. She was still alive when her son-in-law, James Degolier, applied for a pension. They had 9 children: Maria, born 1760 Hildezande, born 1775 Neeltje, born after 1765 Hanna, born 1777 Sarah, born 1767 Sophia, born 1779 Elizabeth, born 1769 Helen, born ? Tryntje, born 1771 Isaac's daughter Maria married James Degolier, Jr. in 1780 in the Schenectady Patent. Their daughter Jane Degolier (1799-1878) married Ebenezer Canfield Olds in 1819. That was the Olds connection to the mother of Robert O. Bathiany.

Marytje Tietsoort (F)
b. 7 May 1699, d. 1743, #85831

     Marytje Tietsoort was also known as Maria\Marytje Tietsoort. Marytje Tietsoort was born circa 1699. She was baptized on 7 May 1699 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York. She married Probably Michael Palmatier Jr, son of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Damen, on 2 October 1717 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Marytje Tietsoort died in 1743 at Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York.

Michael Parmentier (M)
b. circa 1654, d. circa 1729, #85836
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Relationship=7th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Michael Parmentier was also known as Michael Pieterse Parmentier. He was also known as Michael Pieterse Palmentier. Michael Parmentier was born circa 1654 at Courtrai, Belgium. He was the son of Pierre Palmatier Parmentier and Antoinette Terrin. Michael Parmentier was born in 1664 at Manheim, Germany. He married Neeltje Damen, daughter of Jan Cornellszen Damen and Sophia Martense, circa 1679 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Michael Parmentier resided at at Bushwick, Kings County, New York, in 1694.
Michael Parmentier appeared on the census of 1698 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York; had two slaves.
Michael Parmentier appeared on the census of 1714 at Dutchess County, New York; listed as Maghell Pallmatir with his wife, 2 daughters under the age of 16 and 2 slaves. He died circa 1729 at Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York. From Dan Stifflear, 914 Valley View Circle, Palm Harbor, FL 34684 Michael Palmatier, only known son of Pierre Palmatier and Antoinette Terrin, was born about 1654 in Belgium. His father was originally from the city of Courtrari, Belgium (Van Kleek-LeRoy Genealogy, Manuscript Department, #8179), NY Genealogical and Biographical Society, NY City). Michael, age 9, came to America with his father in April 1663 on the ship 'De Bonte Koe' (The Spotted Cow). Michael married Neeltje/Cornelia Damen about 1679. She was the daughter of Jan Corneliszen and Sophia (Martense) Damen. Her father's uncle, Jan Damen, owned the Wall Street section of lower Manhattan. Michael was a magistrate at Brooklyn in 1679 and again in 1691. He also served as a Lieutenant in the Foot Guard. He and his wife sold their mill at Bushwick in 1695 and their home there in 1699 (NYG&BR, Volume 54), joining his father at Kingston. Not long thereafter they settled at Poughkeepsie. The 1714 census showed their household in the latter place, as composed of one male over 60, two males 16 or over and one under 16; one female between 16 and 60, two under 16, and two slaves. Since son Peter then had his own domicile, the two males under 16 were presumably Jan and Michael Jr., with Damen, the youngest, under 16. When Michael bought a farm at Poughkeepsie in 1699, it covered the whole upper part of the present city of Poughkeepsie. He was one of the first 3 magistrates in Dutchess County, a prominent man, whose children married into many important families. After about 1760 branches of the family migrated to other parts of NY . Michael and Neeltje were alive as late as 1724. Their death dates do not appear in any known record, but Michael probably died about 1729 and Neeltje about 1738, both in the Poughkeepsie area. For the Damen connection, see VAN BLARCOM FAMILY, in NYG&BR, Vol. 97. Michael and Neeltje were the parents of 9 children: 1. Peter, baptised 13 June 1680 at New Utrecht, Long Island, NY. 2. Jan, baptised 19 March 1682 at New Utrecht; perhaps alive in 1714; no further record. 3. Antoinette, baptised 27 July 1684 at New Utrecht. Married Barent Van Kleeck, son on Hon. Baltus B. Van Kleeck and Tryntje Buys. They were the parents of 12 children. 4. Michael, baptised in 1687 at New Utrecht. 5. Neeltje/Cornelia, baptised 20 October 1689. Married Myndert Van de Bogart, Jr., son of Myndert H. Van de Bogart and Helena Schermerhorn. They were the parents of 9 children. 6. Sophia, born about 1691. Married Hendrick Pels. They were the parents of 6 known children. 7. Damen, baptised 21 January 1694 at New Utrecht. (Adriance works has his name as Damen Michael.) 8. Elizabeth, baptised 16 July 1699 at Brooklyn. Married Abraham De Graaf. They were the parents of 5 known children. 9. Johanna, baptised 5 July 1702 at Kingston. First wife of Frans Van de Bogart (brother of Myndert who married Neeltje above). She died 1725-28. They were the parents of 3 known children. Source: 'Palmatier-Parmentier Family, Dutchess County, NY', by Prentiss Glazier, April 1976 (available at the Church of Latter-day Saints, Family History Center Libraries, microfilm #1014112, item #5). The 'Palmatier Family Index' at the Schenectady Historical Society, Schenectady, NY, contains a card on Michael 'Parmentier' which contains the following information. The author of this index is not known, but it may be the work of Howard A. McConville, a member of the Schenectady Historical Society before his death in the 1980's: Michael Parmentier, son of Pierre Parmentier and Antoinette (Terrin), born about 1654, probably near Courtrai, Belgium. Married about 1679 Neeltje Jans Damen, daughter of Jan Cornelise Damen and Sophia Martens. Came to Brooklyn, NY in 1663. Lived on farm in Bushwick, L.I. Left father in 1675. In 1683 had one poll, two horses, five cows, 30 morgens land; 145 pounds. Lieut. of foot company in Bushwick in 1689. Bought farm in Poughkeepsie, NY in 1699 and was county magistrate. Children: Peter, John, Michael, Damen, Antoinette, Neeltje, Sofia, Elizabeth, Johanna. The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Michael's daughter, Antoinette: Antoinette Parmentier, daughter of Michael Palmatier and Neeltje Jans (Damen), baptised 27 July 1684 in Brooklyn, NY. Married 27 April 1701 at Kingston D.R., Barent Van Kleeck, son of Baltus and Neeltje Jans (Buys). Lived in Poughkeepsie, NY. Children: Baltes, Michael, Ahasueros, Baltes, Neeltje, Ahasueros, Barnet, Tryntjen, Sarah, Barent, Petrus, Barent, Antoinette. The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Michael's daughter, Elizabeth: Elizabeth 'Parmentier', daughter of Michael Parmentier and Neeltju Jans (Damen), baptised 16 July 1699 at Brooklyn, NY D.R. Married Abraham DeGraff, born 9 June 1695, the son of Moses De Graff and Hester Lamaitre. LIved at Poughkeepsie, NY. Children: Esther, Neeltie, Moses, Michael, Maria, Jacobus. The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Michael's daughter, Johanna: Johanna 'Parmentier', daughter of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Jans (Damen), baptised 5 July 1702 at Kingston, NY D.R. Married Frans Van de Bogart, born 15 June 1692, son of Myndert Harmense Van de Bogart and Helena (Schermerhorn). Lived at Poughkeepsie. Children: Neeltjen, Lena, Meindert, Aart. The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Michael's son, 'John Michael Parmentier': John Michael Parmentier, son of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Jans (Damen), baptised 19 March 1682 at ________. Married PROBABLY Susannah de Peuw. The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Neeltjen 'Parmentier' which states she was the daughter of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Jans (Damen), baptised 20 October 1689 at Brooklyn, NY D.R. Married 20 October 1706 at Kingston, NY D.R., Meindert Van de Bogart (1682? - 11 July 1754), son of Meindert Harmense Van De Bogart and Helena (Schermerhorn). Lived in Poughkeepsie, NY. He died 11 July 1754. Children: Helena, Michael, Neeltjen, Jacobus, Petrus, Rachel, Johannes. The Palmatier Family Index contains a card on Sofia 'Parmentier', which states she was the daughter of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Jans (Damen), born about 1692 at Bushwick, NY. Married at _________, Hendrick Pels, born 29 August 1686, the son of Simon Pels and Maritie Hendricks. Lived in Poughkeepsie, NY. Children: Maritie, Michael, Simon, Hendrick, Johannes, Evert.

Children of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Damen
Pieter Parmentier+ b. 6 Jun 1680, d. a 1770
Jan Palmatier b. 19 Mar 1681/82
Antoinette Michaelse Parmentier b. 27 Jul 1684
Probably Michael Palmatier Jr b. c 1687
Neeltje Michaelse Parmentier b. 20 Oct 1689
Probably Sophia Palmatier b. 1691/92
Damen Palmatier b. 21 Jan 1693/94
Elizabeth Palmatier b. 16 Jul 1699
Johanna Palmatier b. 5 Jul 1702, d. bt 1725 - 1728

Neeltje Damen (F)
b. circa 1664, d. circa 1738, #85837
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Relationship=7th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Neeltje Damen was also known as Cornelia Damen. Neeltje Damen was born circa 1659. Neeltje Damen was born circa 1664 at New York. She was the daughter of Jan Cornellszen Damen and Sophia Martense. Neeltje Damen married Michael Parmentier, son of Pierre Palmatier Parmentier and Antoinette Terrin, circa 1679 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Neeltje Damen died circa 1738 at New York.

Children of Neeltje Damen and Michael Parmentier
Pieter Parmentier+ b. 6 Jun 1680, d. a 1770
Jan Palmatier b. 19 Mar 1681/82
Antoinette Michaelse Parmentier b. 27 Jul 1684
Probably Michael Palmatier Jr b. c 1687
Neeltje Michaelse Parmentier b. 20 Oct 1689
Probably Sophia Palmatier b. 1691/92
Damen Palmatier b. 21 Jan 1693/94
Elizabeth Palmatier b. 16 Jul 1699
Johanna Palmatier b. 5 Jul 1702, d. bt 1725 - 1728

Sara Van Kleeck (F)
b. circa 1682, d. 1713/14, #85838
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Relationship=1st cousin 9 times removed of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Sara Van Kleeck was born circa 1682 at Albany, Albany County, New York. She was the daughter of Baltus Barentse Van Kleeck and Tryntje Jans Buys. Sara Van Kleeck married Pieter Parmentier, son of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Damen, on 18 October 1702 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Sara Van Kleeck died in 1713/14.

Children of Sara Van Kleeck and Pieter Parmentier
Tryntje Palmatier b. 31 Oct 1703
Neeltje Palmatier b. c 1707
Elizabeth Palmatier b. c 1708
Michael Palmatier b. c 1711, d. b 1773
Baltus Palmatier b. c 1713
Neeltje Palmatier b. c 1713

Damen Palmatier (M)
b. 21 January 1693/94, #85839
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Relationship=6th great-granduncle of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Damen Palmatier was born in 1693/94 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. He was baptized on 11 January 1693/94 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He was baptized on 21 January 1693/94 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. He was the son of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Damen. Damen Palmatier married Ariantje Tietsort in 1714 at New York. Damen Palmatier married Helena Tietsoort circa 1717.

Helena Tietsoort (F)
b. 7 June 1695, d. between 1758 and 1759, #85840

     Helena Tietsoort was born circa 1695. She was baptized on 7 June 1695 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York. She married Damen Palmatier, son of Michael Parmentier and Neeltje Damen, circa 1717. Helena Tietsoort died between 1758 and 1759.

Pierre Palmatier Parmentier (M)
b. circa 1630, d. 1701, #85841
Relationship=8th great-grandfather of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Pierre Palmatier Parmentier was born circa 1630 at Courtrai, Belgium. He married Antoinette Terrin, daughter of Thonnet Terrin, circa 1653. Pierre Palmatier Parmentier died in 1701 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York. From Dan Stifflear, 914 Valley View Circle, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
PALMATIER - PARMENTIER FAMILY DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK The information on the first five generations of Palmatier/Parmentier families in America came (as of February 1996) from notes collected from 1935 to 1945 and collated in 1976 by Prentiss Glazier, living at that time in Sarasota, Florida. Prentiss Glazier (hereafter (PG)) suggests consulting published genealogies of affiliated families: FREER Genealogy (1968) (some errors appear). VIELE Genealogy (about 191?) (some errors appear). The principal source for PG's work was the early Dutch Church records in the Vosberg Collection of register transcriptions. Baptismal records generally specified the full names of both parents, and the sponsors (or god-parents) were usually closely related - - here again, the maiden name of the lady was often given (although in some instances she might have been the wife of the co- sponsor). In addition to the work of PG, there is the manuscript of Howard A. McConville of Schenectady, NY, a former member of the Schenectady Historical Society. As of February 1996 a complete copy of that manuscript had not been located, only selected pages. Mr. McConville died in the mid-1980's. A personal visit to the Schenectady Historical Society in 1995 found that, apparently, he did not deposit a copy of his manuscript there. The original name of PARMENTIER subsequently became (generally) PALMATIER, but has been found in other forms, --- 'Polmonteer', 'Permateer', and even 'Permeten', with variants. The best reference for the earliest Parmentiers will be found in Bergen's 'Early Settlers of King's County', (page 221); Holland Society Year Book (1897, pages 133 and 194); P. H. Smith's 'History of Dutchess County', (page 100); Riker's 'History of Harlem' (NY), (page 447), and Volume 47 of the NY Genealogical and Biographical Record. The 1968 FREER Genealogy and the VIELE Genealogy contain many references to Palmatiers and to allied families. Some 'Parmenters' came into NY from Massachusetts, to add to the confusion of tracing the early generations of the Palmatier-Parmentier families of the Poughkeepsie/Kingston area. From about 1725 to 1738 and from 1745 to 1764 there are gaps in the records of the Reformed Church at Poughkeepsie. Lutheran, Dutch Reformed and some Episcopalian ministers from NY City and smaller communities became the spiritual circuit-riders of their time....some of the surrounding parishes, too, provided baptismal and other services for the Poughkeepsie families. Generally, however, it has been difficult to document Palmatier (and other) groups with children born during these periods in Poughkeepsie. At about the middle of the 18th century, the name-spelling became more often 'Palmatier' rather than 'Parmentier' - - but with some in Poughkeepsie area favoring 'Polmontier'; even 'Palmerton' and variants have been noted in up- state Saratoga County, and 'Permaton' (however far-fetched) is possible. The complete genealogy prepared by PG was (in 1976) to be deposited in key libraries, ie, The NY Genealogical and Biographical Society in New York City, The Adriance Memorial Library in Poughkeepsie, the Connecticut Library in Hartford, and the Congressional Library in Washington, DC. It is available at the Church of Latter-day Saints, Family History Center Libraries, microfilm #1014112, item #5, microfilmed in 1977 at Tampa, Florida. ================================================================ ============= FIRST GENERATION The first immigrant of the NY branch of the family, Pierre 'Parmentier', was born about 1630 near Courtrai, Belgium. He married Antonette Terrin about 1653, probably in Belgium, which was then part of France. He, along with his wife and young son, arrived in present day Brooklyn on 20 April 1663 on the ship De Bonte Koe and settled in Bushwick (part of present day Brooklyn), NY. Pierre presented papers from Courtrai (then in France, now in Belgium) to the Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church. Another genealogy, (at the NYG&BS in Manuscript Department, #8179, dated 22 January 1927), entitled 'Van Kleek-LeRoy Families', on page 5 of type- written pages, says 'Originally from the city of Courtrari they, with others of the courageous Huguenots, had been driven by Catholic persecution to Mannheim, Germany, whence they came to America. In 1670 Pierre was a trustee of the town of Bedford (in present day Brooklyn) and in 1671 an overseer of Brooklyn. After a brief interlude at Harlem, the family moved to Kingston, Ulster County, NY, where Pierre died in 1701. Pierre 'Parmentier' had a mill and sold grain to the early settlers. Early inventories show his livestock diminishing over the years as his son Michael took over the property. The Van Kleeck genealogy states on page 5 'Father Peter/Pierre became the owner of a farm and gristmill in Bushwick and is credited with having started vineyards there with shoots brought over from France. The tax reports for the year 1675 reveal the fact that his taxes, with one exception, the largest paid on land and stock. About 1684 he removed to Harlem, now a part of New York City, and sometime later went up to Kingston....''. In 1699 Michael 'Parmentier' bought a farm in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, NY, which covered the whole upper part of the present city of Poughkeepsie. He was one of the first 3 magistrates in Dutchess County, a prominent man, whose children married into many important families. After about 1760 branches of the family migrated to other parts of NY . Pierre and Antoinette were the parents of only 1 known Palmatier child: 1. Michael, born about 1654 in Belgium, married about 1679 at Brooklyn Neeltje Jane Damen, born about 1659 at Bunnick on the Rhine, daughter of Jan Cornelis Damen and Sophia Martens of Brooklyn. Michael died about 1729 at Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, NY. Neeltje died about 1738. There are 8 coats of arms of the 'Parmentier' family in Riestap's Armorial Generale and the one from Flanders no doubt belongs to this branch of the family. The 'Palmatier Family Index' at the Schenectady Historical Society, Schenectady, NY, contains a card on Pierre 'Parmentier' which contains the following information. The author of the index is not known, but it may be the work of Howard A. McConville, a member of the Schenectady Historical Society before his death in the 1980's: Pierre Parmentier. Founder of Parmentier family in N.Y. . Born about 1630 near Courtrai, Belgium. Fled to Mannheim, then to Amsterdam. Sailed on De Bunte Koe with wife, Antoinette (Terrin) and son Michael, 9 years old, arriving in Brooklyn, NY in April 1663. Had farm with grist mill at Bedford, LI. In 1676, had two polls, three horses, two oxen, two cows and 20 morgens land; 170 pounds. In September 1683 had one poll, one cow, one hog, one mill; total 82 pounds. Said to have given up mill to run a mill for Bogart in NY City. Riker's Harlem says he died in Kingston, NY in 1701, penniless. (written in the same hand at a later time are the words: 'doubt this as son was wealthy'.).

Child of Pierre Palmatier Parmentier and Antoinette Terrin
Michael Parmentier+ b. c 1654, d. c 1729

Antoinette Terrin (F)
b. circa 1630, d. 1714, #85842
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Relationship=8th great-grandmother of David Kipp Conover Jr..

     Antoinette Terrin was born circa 1630. She was the daughter of Thonnet Terrin. Antoinette Terrin married Pierre Palmatier Parmentier circa 1653. Antoinette Terrin died in 1714 at New York.

Child of Antoinette Terrin and Pierre Palmatier Parmentier
Michael Parmentier+ b. c 1654, d. c 1729


         

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