The Van Riper Genealogy of Montvale and Woodcliff Lake area

The Van Riper Genealogy of Montvale and Woodcliff Lake area,  Bergen County, New Jersey

By Howard I. Durie

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On the 16th of April, 1663, there embarked in Holland on the ship
“De.Bonte Koe” (The Spotted Cow), in command of Captain Jan Bergen, two
passengers from “Rijpen” (Rypen), namely Juriaen Tomassen and Jan
Laurens, bound for New Netherland. Besides these two young individuals,
there were nearly 100 other passengers, men, women and children, from
various, places in Holland and elsewhere, among them ,David DeMaire.
(Demarest),and his. family from Picardy. The ship probably arrived in
America early in June.

The origina debit account of “Emigrants to New Netherland, 1654-
1664″ comprising those passengers who were indebted to the Dutch West
India Company for their fares,was recorded in the New York-Colonial-Manu-
scripts, Vol.14, pages 83 & c., formerly on file in the New York State
Library at Albany, During the taking of a recent intensive inventory of
the Colonial Manuscripts, this record was not found. A list of the
passengers, however, on each voyage during this period (1554-1664), vas
published by the Holland Society of New York in its Yearbook for 1902.

Probably the earliest publication to give a genealogical account of
the Van Riper family, vas “History of the County of Hudson” by Charles H«
Winfield in 1874. This only extended certain branches which remained in
that county. Winfield’s study of the family claimed that Juriaen.
Tornassen originated from “Ripen” an ancient city in North Jutland, Den-
mark, of which he writes;
This mame,with itspresent multitudinous orthography,
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is derived from che Latin ripa, and was the name of a city on-
the north bank of the river Nibbs, sometimes called Nipsick, or
Gram. North Jutland (so called to distinguish it from South
Jutland or Schleswig), in Denmark, was divided into four dio-
ceses, the most southwesterly of which, lying along the Gerrnan
Ocean, was called Ripen, This diocese was 142 miles in length
and 57 miles in width, and was part of Cimbrica Chersonesus of
the ancients, where dwelt the warlike Cimbri, who, at onetime,
invaded the Roman Empire.

The city of Ripen, in the diocese of Ripen, is situated in
lat. 55degrees 36 minutes Lon 9degrees 10minutes east.Next to Wiborgh it is
the most ancient town in North Jutland. (1) It once had a com-
modious harbor and profitable commerce; but the one long since
filled up and the other sought different channels. Its cathedral
was imposing, built of hewn stone, with a steeple of great height
which served as a landmark for mariners. In the Swedish war of
1645 the city was captured, but recovered by the Danes soon
after. From this port,-in April, 1663, a vessel named “T’Bonte
Koe,” (‘the Spotted Cow), sailed for New Netherland, with eighty-
nine passengers, consisting of men, women and children. Among
the number was Juriaen Tomassen, a young man of the city of
Ripen. About four years after his arrival he married Pryntje
Hermans, May 25, 1667; died Sept. 12, 1695. Some of his descend-
ants took the name Jurianse – now Yereance and Auryansen – while
others, taking the name of the city from which their ancestor
sailed, became Van Ripen.

(1) Fenning’s Geography, ii., 123. In Winfield’s Land
Titles, the name is written Rypen. It is thus laid down on a
map of Denmark in an old geographical work, published in London
during the reign of Queen Anne, the title page of which, of the
copy I have, is destroyed. I am now satisfied, from the origin’
of the word, that the name should be written Ripen, and it is thus
written in the text and on a map in Fenning. Every other way
of writing it is clearly wrong, though sanctioned by generations.
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On a modern map of Denmark the city of Ripen is called Ribe, and is
situated four miles from the North Sea on the Ribe, also called Nips,
River, It is the seat of Ribe county, had a population of 7219 in 1950,
and is about 150 miles south of Copenhagen. One of Denmark’s oldest
towns, it was -first mentioned in 862 and became a bishopric in 948. In
the middle Ages, it was a thriving port, and many half-timbered houses
survive dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, including one that was
a school from 1500 to 1856.
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When The Holland Society of New York published “Passengers to New
Netherland 1654 to 1664″ in 1902, certain notations were added giving the
English version of the names of ships, as well as explanations covering
certain locality places. In the case of Juriaen Tomassen ” from Rijpen”
was added; Rypend in Friesland? When William Nelson published “History
of Paterson” in 1902, which contained genealogical accounts of sorne of
the early families from the present Passaic County area, including Van
Riper, he stated at page 153

“The Dutch wrote the name Rypen; in modern Dutch, Rijpen,
indicating, the sound of the long i. It may be noted here that
some early members of the family called themselves indifferently
Van Ripen, and Van de Ripe. The latter name would indicate an
original emigration from a small town in North Holland, called
de Rijp, dating from the year 1400, and now having 2,000 in-
habitants,’with four churches, two harbors and a fine canal.”
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Winfield did not give his reason or source for the statement that
Juriaen Tomassen came from Ripen in Deninark, except for the existence at
that time of such a place. As Nelson suggested, it is possible that he
was of Dutch origin and from one of the towns called Rypend or de Rijp.
On a modern map of Holland, a village called De Rijp lies southeast of
the City of Alkmaar. In addition, there are villages called Dronrijp and
Rijperkerk. These are in north Holland, east and west of the City of
Leeuwarden. Rijp and rijpen mean “ripe or mature,” the ij combination
representing the y sound, which letter is not in the Dutch alphabet.
Winfield did err, however, in stating that Juriaen sailed from Denmark.
All the Dutch vessels departed from the principal ports of Holland to
which passengs traveled from their former places of residence. He
was also mistaken in Juriaen’ s wife’s name. It was Reyckje, not Pryntie.

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For lack of any established family name the patronymic system of
identification was then in conmon use throughout northern Europe By
this method and the addition of a suffix indicating relationship to one
father, the Van Riper ancestor was known as Juriaen Tomassen, meaning
Juriaen, son of Thomas. This use carried over into America, for the first
generations until the general confusion over similar names made the
adoption of a standard form essential, especially since the patronymic
changed with each generation, Juriaen Tomassen’s children of the next
generation were known as Juriaensen, a name which some adopted permenently.
According to Nelson’s genealogical notes, the descendants of Juriaen
Tomassen were among the last of the Acquackanonk settlers to adopt a
family surname, “but for a century or more rang the changes on Juriaense,
Thornasse, Aeltse, Gerritse, Jansse, Harmsee, etc,”
Juriaen Tomassen was a young man when he came to America, perhaps
still in his teens, and did not marry until four years later. He did not
join the Dutch Church in New York and soon settled across the Hudson
River at Bergen (Jersey City area), where he found employment and becam
acquainted with his future wife’s family.

On May 8, 1667., the banns of his intended marriage were announced in
the Bergen Church and the ceremony took place there on May 25th, His
wife was Reyckje Harnens born in Voorthuysen, Gelderland, Holland, daugh-
ter of Harmen Coerten and Aertje Gerrits. The Coerten family comprising
father, mother, and five children aged 5, 6, 8, 9 and 17 years, embarked
February 12, 1659, on the ship “The Faith” landing in New Amsterdam later
that year.

Reyckje Harmens, wifeeeee of Juriaen Tomassen, joined the Bergen Church
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on November 3, 1667, and he on March 24, 1673. She and her eldest son
were mentioned in the Last Will and Testament of her uncle, Guert Coerten,
dated February 5, 1671 and filed in Liber 3 of East Jersey Deeds, page 146
Coerten had purchased a number of tracts of land at Bergen in 1668 and
1677, some of which passed by inheritance via his Will-to one branch of
the Tomassen (later Van Riper) family, in whose possession it remained
until after 1900.

On March 28, 1679,Juriaen Tomassen was one of a group of 14 settlers
nearly all from Bergen, who purchased from the Indians a large tract of
land called ” Haquequenunck” (Acquackanonk), confirmed by a Patent from the
Governor and Council on March 15, 1684, recorded in East Jersey Deeds,
Liber A, page 165. In these transactions his name is spelled Urian
Tomasson. Although this tract was to have contained 5520 acres, the
bounds actually described an area twice as large. It included, the greater
part of the later City of Paterson, part of the City of Passaic, and all
of the township of Acquackanonk. The first settlement of the land took
place shortly before the confirmatory patent when some of the patentees
established farms of about 100 acres each, fronting on the Passaic River.
The rest of the tract was mutually divided with the last division made in
1714. Although Juriaen Tomassen did not make his horne on his share, it
was subsequently settled by some of his children.

Juriaen Tomassen died at Bergen and was buried September 12, 1695
in the cemetery of the Bergen Church. He left no recorded estate. His
wife died at a unknown date subsequent to February 10, 1703, when she was
a witness at Acquackanonk to the baptism of a grandson, The fact that her
burial is not recorded at Bergen would indicate that she went to live at
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Acquackanonk with one of her children and was buried at that place.

The children of Juriaen Tomassen and Reyckje Harmens vere probably
all born at Bergen. Since the church there was supplied by pastors from
New York and Long Island until after 1700, the ceremonies took place
sometimes in New York as well as Bergen, depending on where the pastor
was preaching and where the event was recorded, They were;

1. Thomas baptized June 10, 1668 at New York, Guert Courten
and Annetje Gerrits, sponsors. Married Jannetje Straetmaker.

2. Gerrit baptized September 27, 1670 at New York, Pieter
Hesselszen and Janneken Etsal, sponsors’ Married Beelitje.
Dircks “Van Oogsten”.

3. Aelt baptized December 21, 1672 at New York. Gerrit Gerritszen
and Gysbertie Hermans, sponsors. Married Gerritje Matheuse.

4. Jan baptized June 2, 1675 at New York .Adriaen Post and
Catharina Michiels, sponsors. Married Neeltje Gerbrantse,

5. Christyntie baptized November 24, 1677 at New York. Jan
Harmenszen and Lysbeth Gerrits, sponsors’ Married Pieter
Gerbrants.

6. Marritie baptized April 28, 1680 at New York. Claes Arentszen
and Annetie Jacobs, sponsors. Married Claes Garbrantse.

7. Harmen baptized October 21, 1682 at New York, died young.
Gerrit Gerritszen and Neeltie Harmens, sponsors,

8. Aeltje baptized April 2, 1684 at Bergen, Johannis Steynmets
and Aeltje Daniels, sponsorsi. Died unmarried in 1746,

9. Herman baptized December 8, 1686 at New York, Gerrit Gerritszen
and Jacomyntie Menist, sponsors. Married Marrytie Fredericks.

10. Guert baptized October 5 , 1691 at Bergen. Helmigh Roelofse
and Jannetje Pieters, his wife, sponsors.

HERMAN (HARMEN), baptized December 8, 1686 at: New York, son of
Juriaen Tomassen and Reyckje Harmens, was known as Harmen Juriaensen
during his lifetime, sometimes found in different spellings, and signed
his Last Will and Testament ”Harmon Juransen” He inherited a share of
his father’s lands in the Acquackanonk Patent and lived on one of the
homestead tracts bordering the Passaic River, which he purchased on May
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15, 1722, as mentioned in his will, He was a Deacon and Elder in the
Acquackanonk Church between the years 1715 and 1738. In 1732, he was one
of the Executors of the Will of his Father-in-law, Christopher Steenmets
(Steinmets or Stynmetz). On November 17, 1750, he purchased 505 acres
from Hendrick Vanderlinda, in what: is now Montvale, N J., but then
claimed a part of Orange County, N.Y. , north of where his brother-in-law
Thomas Fredericksen Cadmus had acquired 200 acres in 1744, An abstract
of this Deed, still in possession of descendants, reads;

W A R R A N T Y D E E D

HENDRICK VAN DERLINDE of Hackin- Dated November 17, 1750
sack; Yeoman. (ARIANTIE VA.N
DERLINDE, his wife, signs and Acknowledged January 11, 1752
acknowledges, but her name is before Abraham Haring
not at head)
Consideration 250 Pounds
-TO-
HARMAN JURIANSIE of Essex County, Unrecorded
Yeoman

Conveys All that Lott and Land Seatuated and Being at
Wessewas meadow and in the County of Orange and in the Province
of New York and Is Limitted Butted and Bounded as followeth
Viz.

Beginning’ by a Black Oak on the East Side of a Little Run
of water marked on four Sides from thence Runing North Eighteen
Degrees and a half degree East Fifty Chains upon a Chesnut Stake
with Stones aboute it, thence West Fifty five Chains upon
another Chesnut Stake with Stones aboute it, thence South
Eighteen Degrees and a half Degree West Fifty Fifty Chains
upon another Chesnut Stake with Stones aboute it, thence East
Fifty Five Chains upon the first Station, three hundred and
three Acres and a half Acre, and another Lott Joyning to. the
Same, . .
Beginning by a Chesnut Stake with Stones Round it from
thence Running South Eighteen Degrees and a half west Forty
Eight Chains upon another Chesnut Stake with Stones Round it,
from thence East forty five Chains upon another Chestnutt
Stake with Stones Round it, thence North Eighteen Degrees and
a half Degree East, upon another Stake upon the first Lott,
thence West Forty five Chains, upon the first Station According
as it is now Surveyed Two hundred and one Acre and a half Acre
Yielding and paying therefore unto the said Hendrick Van-
derlinde his heirs and Assigns Nine Pence for ye said Lands on
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Every Seven Twentieth day of November Yearly And on Every Year
from henceforth and forever hereafter in Lieu and in Stead of
all other Rents, Services and Demands Whatsoever to be paid
unto ye said Hendrick Vanderlinde When it is Demanded..
(map also on Page 8)
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Harmen Juriaensen died at an unknown date leaving a Last Will and
Testament made June 17, 1754, proved May 14, 1756, and filed at Trenton
a copy of which reads:

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN this Seventeenth day of June in
the year of Our Lord Anno Doroini One thousand Seven Hundred
and fifty four I, Harme Jurryanse of Achquechenonk in the
County of Essex and Eastern Division of New Jersey yeoman(1)
being aged and infirm of Body but of sound and perfect mind
and memory thanks be given to God therefore and calling to
mind the mortallity of my Body and knowing that it is appointed
unto men once to Die do make and Ordain this my last Will and
Testament (that is to Say)

First and principally I Give and recommend my Soul into
the hands of God that gave it hoping through the alone Merits
of Jesus Christ to have Eternal life and my Body I recommend
to the Earth to be Buried in a decent Christian manner at the
discretion of my Executors hereafter named, nothing doubting
but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the Same again
through the mighty Power of God, and as touching such Worldly
Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life
I Give bequeath and dispose of the same in the following manner
and form.

Imprimis my Will is that all my just Debts and Funeral
Expences be well truly and fully paid and discharged.

Item I Give bequeath and Devise unto my dearly beloved
Wife Judith Jurrianse the full and sole use and Improvement
of all my Real and Personal Estate during the time she shall
remain my Widdow for her comfortable Support in this life as
also fifty seven pounds current lawful money of New York to be
paid out of my Personal Estate unto her by my Executors Six
Months after my decease.

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Eldest Son Jurrie Van
Rype my great Bible over and above his share and proportion
which shall be hereafter in and by this my last Will and Testa-
ment given him.

Item I Will and Devise that all my Lands or Real and
Personal Estate shall be equally Divided share and share alike
among my thirteen Children Jurrie Van Rype, Frederick Van Rype,
Abraham Van Rype, Johannis Van Rype, Christoffel Van Rype,
Marytie Van Rype, Jacob Van Rype, Isaac Van Rype, Sarah Van
Rype, Gerrit Van Rype, Geurt Van Rype, Thomas Van Rype and
Christina Van Rype that is to say First my Two hundred Acres
of land on which I dwell laying in the bounds of Achquechenonk.
Bounded on the North West side of Pessaick (2) River bounded South
by Madlene Vangiese and on the North side by Claes Vreland
No, 4 as by a Deed baring date the fifteenth day of May Anno
Domini One thousand Seven hundred and Twenty two more fully
may appear, together with the remainder of all my Lands in
which I have right and Title in the Patent of Achquechenonk(3)
(1)yeoman-land owner
(2)-Pessaick River-Passaic River
(3)-Achquechenonk-Aquackanonk-city of Passaic & Clifton.
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as also all my Lands in the County of Orange in the Colony of
New York specified in a Deed there of baring date the twenty
sixth day of November Anno Domini One thousand Seven hundred
and fifty now in the occupation of my Son Frederick.

Item I Will and ordain that my Son Frederick shall be
allowed and paid fifty pounds current money of New York for
the Improvement of the Place on which he now dwells to be paid
at the time of the Division of my Estate hereafter to be
Specified.

Item I Will and Devise that Whereas my Children Jacob,
Sarah, Gerrit, Court, Thomas and Christyna have not had an
Outset as the rest of my Children that they shall have an
Outset equivalent to that which the rest of my Children have
had.

Item I Will and ordain that if any of my Children aforesaid
should die without any Heir then the Portion of the deceased
to be equally Divided among all my Surviving Children or their
Heirs if any before the Division of my Estate aforesaid should
depart this life.

Item if any of my Children or Grandchildren should be
under age at the time of Division aforesaid then my Executors
shall make a just Division and give every one of the underaged
Children or Grandchildren aforesaid their just and due portion.
Item I Will that the Division of my Real and Personal
Estate shall be made after the disease or Remarriage of my Wife
which first -happens.

Item I do hereby nominate Constitute and appoint my above
named Sons Abraham Van Rype and Jacob Van Rype Executors of this
my last Will and Testament and do hereby revoke disanul and make
void all and any other Will or Wills bequest and bequests hereto-
fore by me made Willed and bequeathed and Executor or Executors
by me heretofore in any wise named ratifying allowing and
holding for firm and Valid this and no other to be my last Will
and Testament.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the
day and year above written.
Signed Sealed published pronounced HARMON JURANSEN (L. S.)
and Declared by the said Harme
Jurryanse to be his last Will and
Testament in the Presence of us,
David Marinus
Johannis Wanshaer
Richard Bradberry
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Harmen Juriaense married 1st, June 20, 1709 at Bergen, Marrytie
Fredericks born November 11, 1684, baptized at Bergen, daughter of
Frederick Thomase (Cadmus), and Tryntje Hopper, He married 2nd, about
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1720/21, Judith Steinmets born. about 1700, daughter of Christopher-Stein
mets and Sarah Van Nest.

Children of Harmen Juriaense and Marrytie Fredericks (Cadmus), his
first wife, were the following:

1. Jurjaen born September 12, 1710, baptized at Acquackanonk,
Jan Jurjaense and Brisilla Homs, sponsors. Died in 1789 in
Somerset County, N. J. survived by 9 children.

2. Frederick born February 22, 1713, baptized at Acquackanonk,
Guert Juraense and Geertruy Fredericks, sponsors. Married
Annetje Van Vorst.

3. Abraham born January 25, 1716, baptized at Acquackanonk.
Thomas Jurjaense and Jannetje Straet, sponsors. Married
Elizabeth Bradberry.

4. Johannes born July 21, 1718, baptized at Acquackanonk.
Thomas Fredericks and Martje Vreeland, sponsors, married
Hester Stynmets.
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Children of Harmen Juriaense and Judith Steinmets, his second wife,
were the following:

5. Christopher born September 6, 1722, baptized at Acquackanonk.
Christopher Steinmets and Sarah Van Nest, sponsors. Married
Metje Brouwer.

6. Marietje born September 14, 1724, baptized at Acquackanonk.
Claes Gerbrantse and Martje Juriaense, sponsors.

7. Jacob born February 8, baptized March 10, 1728 at Acquackanonk.
Jacob Thomasse and Neeltje Gerbrantse, sponsors. Married
Fytje Jacobusse.

8. Isaac born September 30, baptized October 12 , 1729 at Acquacka-
nonk. Peter and Elizabeth Steinmets, sponsors. Married
Catrina Van Rype.

9. Sara born June 30, baptized July 10, 1732 at Acquackanonk.
Jacob Van Noorstrandt and Antje Steinmets, sponsors.

10. Gerrit born November 3, baptized December 8, 1734 at Acquacka-
nonk. Johannes and Maritje Steinmets, sponsors. Married
Fytje Van Winkle.

11. Geurt born about 1737, no baptismal record found.

12. Thomas born about 1740, no baptismal record found. Married
Saertje Van Rype.

13. Christina born about 1743, no baptismal record found.
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FREDERICK VAN RYPE (VAN RIPER), born February 22, 1713, baptized at
Acquackanonk, son of Harmen Juriaensen and Marrytie Fredericks (Cadmus),
his first wife, married December 2, 1742 at Acquackanonk, Annetje Van
Vorst born October 23 (year worn off in family Bible record and no bap-
tismal record found), daughter of Garret Van Vorst and Sarah Walingse Van
Winkle of New Barbadoes Neck. They lived in the Acquackanonk area,
probably on part of his father’s land, where their first two children
were born for whom no baptismal records have been found. Such records
for the Acquackanonk Church are either blank or sparce for certain years,
especially those between. 1737 and 1746.

Prior to August 3, 1750, when his third son was baptized at Paramus,
Frederick and his family had moved north to the jurisdiction of that
church, where they probably resided as tenants on the land his father
was to purchase from Hendrick Vanderlinda later the same year, and on
which Frederick became the first permanent settler. He established his
home near the location of a large spring located to the north and east of
the intersection of present Chestnut Ridge Road and Summit Avenue.

Whether this location was also the site of a former Vanderlinda tenant
house is not recorded, but possible. During the years to follow, and
prior to June 17, 1754, the date of his father’s Will, Frederick made
considerable improvement to the property to the value of fifty pounds
(about $125), for which he was allowed and paid that amount out of the
estate when it was settled. This amount probably included the cost of a
pennanent homestead, initially small in size but substantially built of
sandstone, for his and future generations. This building was to be en-
larged after the Revolutionary War to better accommodate two families.
A century later it was further remodeled and modernized by others.
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Besides the building of a permanent homestead, Frederick was soon
confronted with the problem of a questionable title to the land. This had
its origin, in the indefinite location of the patent granted by theProvince
of New York to Samuel Bayard on June 17, 1697; later sold by him, probably
intact, to Hendrick Vanderlinda a short time before 1737. Title within
that province was claimed even though the report of the survey made for
Bayard by the Surveyor General of New York stated that four of the parcel
of land covered “are supposed to be in Jersey Government.” The discrep-
ancy was ignored, nevertheless, and the Governor of New York certified
the grant as lying in Orange County. A long controversy followed between
the Proprietors of East New Jersey (who claimed ownership and jurisdiction
under the grant of Berkeley and Carteret), and Hendrick Vanderlinda who
persisted by virtue of his New York title. At the meeting of the Boar
of Proprietors held October 19, 1754 at Perth Amboy, two leases were
executed to John Smyth “to support the actions against those claiming
under Vanderlinda, to wit, Frederick and Rynier Wortendyke, and Frederick
Van Ripen, who Mr. Ogden is ordered to prosecute.” The lease, based on
the proprietors’ claim, gave Smyth the right to sue for possession in be-
half of the Board. Aside from a subsequent report on March 27, 1755, that
a petition of Hendrick Vanderlinda was read, setting forth his desire of
buying of the Proprietors Some lands, he pretends to have in his posses-
sion in Bergen County,” no further reference is made to this suit, nor
that against Frederick Van Riper. Whatever the outcome, the area became
a part of Bergen County, New Jersey, when the long disputed boundary line
was finally settled in 1769. The name of Frederick Van Ryper is found in
the list of freeholders and inhabitants who “submit to the jurisdiction of
New Jersey” in New Barbadoes Precinct between Hackensack and Saddle River.
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The house site was reached by a lane which ran southerly to present
Summit Avenue, to the west of the Garden State Parkway. This lane late
became part of the first public road surveyed by the township authorities
on April 1, 1775, to be opened for use on May 1, 1777. It was a long
road, having its beginning in what is now Upper Saddle River, and no
doubt took that length of time to complete. Recorded in Book B of Road
Returns, page 76, at Hackensack, the description reads:

Begins at stake at the old road called the Saddle River
Road a little by north of the house and mill of Garrit Hopper
on the east side of said River, thence running on the land of
the Reverend Benjamin Vandelinde south 55 degrees east 44 chains
to the northwest corner of Frederick Van Rypen’s land, thence
east 3 degrees north 42 chains, 20 links on the line between
said Van Rypen and Vandelinden to a stake; thence on said Van
Rypen’s land viz south 6 degrees vest 17 chains to a stake,
thence south 36 degrees vest 8 chains, thence south 3 1/2 degrees
east 10 chains, 50 links, thence south 9 degrees west 8 chains,
20 links near along the east end of Van Rypen’s house to a
stake on Vandelinde’s line, thence vest 2 degrees south on the
line between lands of Van Rypen and Vandelinde to a corner
stake of said Van Rypens, thence on their line south 18 degrees
west 50 chains, 85 links to another corner of said Van Rypen,
thence across said Vandelinde’s land south 20 degrees west 14
chains, 80 links to corner of Frederick Codmas, thence south
26 degrees west 51 chains, 75 links on line between Codmas and
Frederick Krim to an oak, thence south 64 degrees east 12 chains
on line between Codmas and Jerry Jackeback, thence south 27 de-
grees east 5 chains, 40 links on said Jackeback, thence still
on his land 3 chains, 20 links to said Codmas line, thence on
said Codmas land south 58 degrees east 6 chains to line between
Codmas and Jacob Hopper, thence on their line south 72 degrees
east 15 chains to the northeast of an old road formerly laid
out called Werimus Road, To be 4 rods wide, 2 rods on each side.
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Beginning at East Saddle River Road, north of the Upper Saddle Rivcer
Reformed Church, the route followed present Weiss Road and Upper Saddle
River Road and continued along the latter part of the way toward its
present “Dead End” by the Garden State Parkway. At its second bend east
of present Chestnut Ridge Road, it ran southerly in three courses, the
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last one of which passed “near along the ease end of Van Rypen’s house
to present Summit Avenue, then westerly to Chestnut: Ridge Road and south-
erly along that road (as it is at present), and along the Van Rypen farm
line, as far as Glen Road. Except for some minor changes at that point
it continued easterly in the direction of Glen Road to connect with the
north line of Werimus Road, opposite the Cadmus homestead now No. 264
Glen Road. Werimus Road had been laid out northerly to that point in
1742. Later in 1775, and just prior to the start of the war activities
a new township called Harington, after the Haring family, was formed out
of the north part of the old precinct of New Barbadoes.

By the time of the earliest tax ratable list for Harington Township
made in September, 1779, the Van Riper farm was already subdivided among
Frederick and his two married sons. At that time they were taxed as
follows:

Herman (Harman) Van Riper, 100 acres improved land at 45 pounds per
100 acres; 4 horses at 25 shillings; 5 horned cattle
at 20 shillings; 7 hogs at 5 shillings. Total assess-
ment 56 pounds, 15 shillings, and amount of rates 31
pounds, 18 shillings, 5 pence, although the actual tax
levied on this amount is not shown.

Frederick Van Riper (Senior), 300 acres improved land; 5 horses,
10 horned cattle and 8 hogs at the same rates. Total
assessment 153 pounds, 5 shillings, and amount of
rates 86 pounds, 4 shillings, 1 pence.

Johannis Van Riper, single man, amount of rates 7 pounds, 10
shillings.

Garret Van Riper, 100 acres improved land; 3 horses;. 5 horned
cattle and 4 hogs at the same rates. Total assessment
54 pounds, 15 shillings, and amount of rates 30 pounds,
15 shillings, 11 pence.

By 1782, the land was assessed for tax purposes in equal shares of
125 acres each among Frederick and his sons. Garret, Harman and Johannis.
In the list for 1789, the land was separated into improved and unimproved
acreage and taxed by different valuations. At that time Frederick had
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30 acres improved and 20 acres unimproved. Each son was taxed for 100
acres improved land, with the rest unimproved. After Frederick’s death
in 1793, the land was divided equally among Garret, Johannis and Harman
when each was taxed for 106 acres improved land, and 60 unimproved.
the following years the ratio was 100 acres improved, and 66 acres unim-
proved. Later surveys showed that there was a small -surplus over the
original 505 acres, making each subsequent third approximately 175 acres.

Cornelius Van Riper, the youngest son of Frederick, Senior, never
entered into the land division at Montvale due to the fact that he had
left home prior to 1779, joined the British in New York, and was married
there in 1783.

The Dutch-Bible belonging to Frederick Van Riper, Senior, with it’s
page of records, is now in possession of the Winters family formerly of
Hillsdale, through descent from Frederick, son of Harman. The record page
lists the following:

Frederic Vanryper is geboren den 22 Feby. 171 (right side
Annatie Vanvorst geboren. den 23 Octr. l—‘ of page
Zij zijnce samen getrouw’t den 2 Decem— worn off)
De namen ende ouderdom van haere kin—-
haer eerste soon Hermanus is gebooren
den 23 October Anno 1743
2 de Gerret is geboren den 22 Jun—
3 de Johannes is geboren den 25 July—
4 de Cornelius is geboren de 27 Juny 175-
Frederick Van Reijpe overleden den 27 —-
in het yaar 179-
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Annetje, wife of Frederick Van Riper, Senior, and her five sisters
were bequeathed a legacy of 120 pounds by the Last Will and Testament of
their father. Garret Van Vorst of New Barbadoes Neck, made June 13, 1764,
proved June 15, 1785, and filed at Trenton.

The homestead was enlarged, probably after the Revolutionary War,
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by expanding the width and depth over which a gambrel0 roof was placed.
This style, similar to the house owned by son Garret (lastly Michon), had
a central hallway dividing the main living rooms, in back of which were
the bedrooms. In the 1870′ s, the house was further enlarged, porches
added, and the roof raised to acconmodate rooms on the second floor. It
was damaged by fire in the Fall of 1920 when owned by the Howth family,
and later demolished.

Frederick Van Riper, Senior, died October 17, 1793 according to the
marker on his grave in the cemetery of the Upper Saddle River Reformed
Church, which has the monogram FVR on it. The entry in the family Bible,
however, is October 27th. He left no recorded estate although it is
possible there was an unfiled Last Will and Testament which devised and
confirmed the previous division of the real estate.

The children of Frederick Van Riper, Senior, and Annetje Van Vorst,
his wife, were the following:

1. HARMAN born October 23, 1743 (Bible date), no baptismal
record found. Married Maria Demarest.

2. GARRET born June 22 (Bible date), year circa 1746/47, no
baptismal record found. Married (1) Abigail Hopper, and
(2) Maria (Polly) Terhune Van Buskirk, widow.

3. JOHANNIS born July 25 (Bible date), baptized August 3,
1750 at. Paramus. Married (1) Geertje (Charity) Post,
and (2) Catrina Van Winkle Waldrom, widow.

4. CORNELIUS born June 27, baptized July 13, 1755 at Paramus.
Married Elizabeth Davenport.
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(At this point follow the descendants of the four sons of Frederick
Van Riper, Senior, each as a separate account, and extending principally
the lines that carried on the family name.)
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LINE OF HARMAN VAN RIPER

1. HARMAN VAN RIPER born October 23, 1743, son of Frederick and
Annetje (Van Vorst) Van Riper,married about 1767, Maria Demarest baptizied
March 8, 1747 at Hackensack, daughter of Cornelius Demarest and Maritie
Ackerman, who resided on Werimous Road, south of Woodcliff Avenue, in
Woodcliff Lake. Hannan and Maria made their home on the northerly one-
third of his father’s land at Montvale, but the location of their house
is uncertain. It may have been the later home of son Garret to the east
of present Chestnut Ridge Road, or that occupied by the Crouter descend-
ants to the west. Neither one has survived. Harman died early, in 1811,
leaving a Last Will and Testament dated August 5, 1810, proved March 26,
1811, and recorded in book A, page 341. He is buried in the cemetery of
the Upper Saddle River Reformed Church where a stone bearing his monogram
HVR, but no date, marks his grave. His personal estate totaled $1570.90
including two slaves valued at $175, bonds, notes and cash, besides the
usual farm and household items. His wife was left a living out of the
real estate, plus the sum of 100 pounds. The land was divided equally
between sons Frederick and Garret who were obligated to pay their sister
Mary, 450 pounds in one year. Garret who had married shortly before his
father’s Will was made, received his “outset” consisting of a span of
horses valued at 50 pounds, a cow, 3 sheep, 2 hogs, a plow, tackling,
gears and a sleigh out of the estate. On May 2, 1811, Frederick released
to Garret 89 acres lying to the east of Old Chestnut Ridge Road where
Garret lived, retaining that portion to the west for himself. On August
10/1816, Maria, widow of Harnan, married Michael Ryer, widower of Jane
Wortendyke, She died September 3, 1820 at the age of 74 years and is
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buried at Upper Saddle River.

Children of Harman and Maria (Demarest) Van Riper:

A. FREDERICK baptized August 28, 1768 at Paramus, married
Maria Vanderbeek.

B. MARIA born November 18, baptized December 25, 1773 at
Paramus, married John G. Hopper.

C. GARRET born March 29, baptized May 6, 1787 at Paramus
married Agnes Banta.

A. FREDERICK VAN RIPER baptized August 28, 1768 at Paramus, son of
Harman and Maria (Demarest) Van Riper, married Maria Vanderbeek baptize
May 19, 1771 at Paramus, daughter or Yury Vanderbeek and Maritje Ackerman
of Hilisdale, They lived in the old Vanderbeek sandstone hornestead which
stood near the site of present No. 300 Werimis Heights Road, Hilisdale.
He died January 25, 1834 and she on March 9, 1861 and are buried at
Paramus. His Will, recorded in book D, page 425, devised the Chestnut
Ridge farm to his heirs equally. This was subsequently owned by the
Crouter descendants until 1905. The Lutkins mill property on Glen Road
in Woodcliff Lake was devised to son Harman who sold it in 1845 to John
A. Ackerman, husband of Sarah Delamarter.

Children:

(1) MARIA born June 6, baptised August: 3, 1790 at Paramus; married
Casparus J. Westsrvelt.
Child:
a. John born August 30, 1818; married Leah Hopper.

(2) AGNES born October 1, baptized November 24, 1794 at Paramus;
married Cornelius Crouter.

Children:
a. Maria born September 8, 1813; married Jacob Tisen.
b. Frederick born December 8» 1816; married Margaret Storms.
c. Peter born February 6, 1819; married Rachel Shuart.
d. Hannah born July 26, 1821; married Andrew J. Shuart.

(3) HARMAN born May 24, baptized June 29, 1800 at Paramus; married
Catharine Delamarter, daughter of Abraham Delamarter and Sarah
Cadmus. After the death of his father, he purchased the
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former Vanderbeek homestead farm containing about 127 acres
in Hilisdale, from the Westervelt, Crouter and Delamarter heirs,
and resided there until his death. In 1860, the house was re-
built in the process of which the sandstone portion was torn
down and a new frame part erected. The work was done by Albert,
Peter and Jake Zabriskie of Paramus, and took over a year to
complete. The small frame building to the south, used as a
fruit stand in more recent years by the Winters descendants,
was formerly a tenant and slave house on the farm. Catharine
died January 9, 1870, and Harman on August 26, 1874, and they
are buried in Valleau cemetery. His Will, recorded in book L,
page 258, devised all the real estate to son Abraham. Legacies
of $10,000 each were left to daughters Maria and Hannah, and
the residue to the three children equally.

Children:
a. Maria born January 28, 1821; married Abraham H. Ackerman.
b. Abraham born February 20, 1825; married Anna Smith. He
died February 19, 1886 and she on November 5, 1887, and
are buried in Valleau cemetery. His Will, recorded in book
P, page 448, devised his real and personal estate to his
two children for life, and then to their children. Son
Daniel received the old farm on the east side of the road,
and daughter Catharine another on the opposite side where
the earliest part of the Winters house was built in 1877.

Children:
Catharine Maria married Sandford Bogert.
Daniel Smith married Mary E. Van Emburgh.

(4) HANNAH born February 19, baptized April 18, 1808 at Paramus;
married Isaac Delamarter son of Abraham Delamarter and Sara
Cadmus. She died July 20, 1828 at the age of 20 years.
Child:
Sarah born October 18, 1826; married John A. Ackerman.

B. MARIA VAN RIPER born. November 18, 1773, daughter of Harman and
Maria (Demarest) Van Riper; married January 16, 1793 at Schraalenburgh,
John G. Hopper baptised August 16, 1772 at Paramus, son of Garret J.
Hopper and Marytje Zabriskie. He died July 30, 1825 in New York. She
died May 12, 1860 and is buried in Valleau cemetery..

Child:
(1) Garret J., born July 2, baptized July 27, 1794 at Paratnus;
married Margaret Kip.

C. GARRET VAN RIPER born March 29, 1787, son of Harman and Maria
(Demarest) Van Riper; married June 27, 1810 at Paramus, Agnes Banta born
January 2, 1791, daughter of Hendrick Banta and Margaret Demarest who
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resided on Pascack Road in Woodcliff Lake (the sandstone homestead owned
by the Lutheran Church when it was demolished). Garret and Agnes lived
first on his inherited land at Montvale in a house that stood near the
north end of that part of the old 1775 road vacated in 1833, to the east
of present Chestnut Ridge Road. This farm was sold on April 4, 1833 to
Peter Wortendyke for $3000. They subsequently lived in River Vale. Agnes
died February 16, 1859 and Garret on January 25, 1864, and are buried at
Pascack.

Children:

(1) MARIA born November 16, 1811; inarried John P. Post.

(2) MARGARET born July 23, 1813; died November 18, 1872, unmarried

(3) HERMAN(Harman) born December 2, 1815; married August 27, 1839 at
Saddle River, Hannah Wortendyke, She died May 30, 1877 and he
on March 28, 1900, and are buried at: Pascack.
Children:
a. Garret: 1840-1840.
b. Alida 1857-1862.

(4) HENRY BANTA born April 23, 1820; married August 20, 1842 at
Saddle River, Eliza Williams. He died October 31, 1893 and
she on May b, l896, and are buried at Pascack.
Children:
a. Margaret Ann born 1845; married Abraham B. Bogert.
b. Emma Jane 1849-1849,
c. Herman (Harman) 1850-1900.

(5) ANNA born February 26, 1827; married Peter H. Westervelt.

(6). JEMIMA born August 15, 1829; married John Cummings.

(7) HANNAH PERRY born July 9, 1833; married (1) Albert P. Wester-
velt, and (2) Peter C. Gardenier,
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LINE OF GARRET VAN RIPER

2. GARRET VAN RIPER born June 22, 1746/47, second son of Frederick
and Annetje (Van Vorst.) Van Riper; carried 1st, about: 1770, Abigail
Hopper born September 14, 1749, baptized at: Paramus, daughter of Garret:
A. Hopper and Hendrickje Terhune; and 2nd, August 6, 1808 at Parairius,
Maria (Polly) Terhune, widow of Thomas A. Van Buskirk. Garret and his
first wife were members at Paramus in 1799. He and his second wife were
members at Upper Saddle River in 1812. Garret made his home on the
southerly third of his father’s land at Montvale, and built the sandstone
homestead which formerly stood at No. 110 Chestnut Ridge Road. This was
demolished on August 17, 1966 to make way for an A. & P.(supermarket)
shopping center.
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On May 2, 1805, Garret purchased 13.57 acres from his brother-
Johannis at the westerly boundary of their adjoining farms, for the sum
of $407 by deed recorded in book B-2, page 143. Maria, his second wife
died December 11, 1820 at the age of 68 years and is buried at Upper
Saddle River, He died at an unknown date prior to 1826 without leaving
a recorded estate. By that date the family homestead was owned by his
only son and heir, Frederick G. Van Riper, when the road return for
present Lake Street was laid out. There are no surviving markers for
Garret and his first wife in the Upper Saddle River Church cemetery.

Children, of Garret and Abigail (Hopper) Van Riper:

A. HENDRICKJE baptized April 15, 1772 at Paramus; married
John J. Zabriskie.

3. FREDERICK born March 8, baptized April 7, 1782 at Paramus;
married Mary Van Buskirk.
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A. HENDRICKJE VAN RIPER baptized April. 15, 1772 at: Paramus,
daughter of Garret and Abigail (Hopper) Van Riper; married by New Jersey
License dated December 7, 1788, John J. Zabriskie born September 7, bap-
tized September 14, 1766 at Paramus, son of Jacob J. Zabriskie and
Jannetje Brevoort. She died probably at the birth of her child. He
married 2nd, Margrietje Waldron.

Child:
(1) Hendrickje born April 20, baptized June 7, 1789
at Paramus. died young
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B. FREDERICK VAN RIPER born March 8, 1782, son of Garret and
Abigail (Hopper) Van Riper; married February 16, 1805 at Paramus, Mary
Van Buskirk born July 7, 1789 at Saddle River, daughter of Peter and
Sally Van Buskirk. Frederick inherited, as the only son and surviving
child, his father’s homestead and the southerly third of the family farm.
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He and his wife were members of the Upper Saddle River Reformed Church
where she joined April111,1840, and he in April 1842, In the latter
year, Frederick had his farm surveyed by Garret Al. Zabriskie and sub-
divided into plots of about 40 acres each, for the purpose of deeding
them to his heirs. These were sold to them for a consideration in the
years to follow, On May 21, 1853, Frederick and his wife conveyed to
the Trustees of School District No. 5, a plot 32 feet by 40 feet at the
northeast corner of the farm, on which a schoolhouse was thereafter
built. In later years and after Frederick’s death, the Chestnut Ridge
Sunday School was built to the south of the schoolhouse, to which the
Van Riper family gave their generous support during the period of its
existence. On August 14, 1861 by deed recorded in book 0-5, page 297,
the homestead and its plot of 45.31 acres, together with another lot of
16 acres, were sold to David Henry Hopper, husband of Sarah Maria Van
Riper, only child of son Andrew Van Riper, deceased, for a consideration
of $3500, A reservation in this deed reads:

Saving and reserving to themselves, the party of the first
part during the period of their natural lives or of either of
them, the right to the use of one-half of the Dwelling House
on said premises and one-half of the Garden and as much of the
fruit growing from year to year on said premises hereby intended
to be conveyed as may be necessary for their family use, and
also the right to plant two bushels of Potatoes on said place
for their use if they think proper to do so.

It is assumed that Frederick and his wife continued to live in the
homestead until he died, although the property was sold by the Hoppers in
1862. Frederick died January 17, 1864 His wife later lived in
Paterson and died on November 14, 1873. They are buried in the Upper
Saddle River Church cemetery. His will was dated May 22, 1860, proved
March 28, 1864 and recorded in book H, page 484, which reads:
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First, it is my will and I do hereby order that all my just
debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon as convenient after
my decease by my executors hereinafter named.

Item, I give, devise and bequeath unto my beloved wife Maria
all my household furniture unto her and to her heirs and assigns
forever.

Item, I give, devise and bequeath unto my daughter Sally .
the sum of $230.

Item, I give, devise and bequeath unto my beloved wife Maria
the sum of $500 unto her, her heirs and assigns forever.

Item, I give, devise .and bequeath unto my son Thomas the
sum of $130 unto him, his heirs and assigns.

Item, it is my will and I do order that the remainder of my
estate be left in the hands of my executors during the lifetime
of my wife Maria and the interest to be paid to her yearly and
after her decease it shall be equally divided among my children
and grandchildren, viz., to my sons Peter, Thomas and grandson
Frederick G. Van Ryper and daughter Sally, wife of Andrew Debaun,
and Sarah Maria my granddaughter, and to their heirs and assigns.

Item, it is my will and I do hereby order that in case the
note against my son Thomas held by Abraham Delamarter shall have
to be paid by me or by my executors I being security on the same,
then the same to be deducted from my son Thomas share above
mentioned.

Lastly, I do hereby nominate and appoint my son Peter F.
Van Ryper and my son-in-law Andrew Debaun to be executors of
this my last will and testament revoking all former wills and
testaments by me rnade, ratifying and confirming this and no other
fo be my last will and testament.

In Witness Whereof I the said Frederick Van Ryper have here-
unto set my hand and seal this 22nd day of May, 1860.
Witnesses:
Albert G. Zabriskie FREDERICK VAN RYPER (Seal)
Sally Ann Zabriskie
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The inventory of the personal estate was made by Andrew Debaun, Peter
Van Ryper, Albert G. Zabriskie and Albert Hopper, and totaled $2255.17
including purse and apparel $60, clock, stove, oil cloth, bed and bedding
2 tables, looking glass, carpet, chairs, cupboard and contents, shades
and pictures, 2 bureaus, gun, blankets, crockery, baskets, contents of
kitchen, contents of garret, ax, shovel, rake, 5 hives of bees, poultry,
potatoes, pork, beef and ashes; also notes of Frederick G. Van Ryper $94,
John H. Banta $200, John J. Ryer $150, Thomas Van Ryper $130, Thomas
McMann $35, John J. Jersey $100, Andrew Dcbaun $100, David H. Hopper $100.
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Peter Van Ryper $100, and mortgage of J. H. Martin $1000.

Children:

(1) GARRET born September 16, baptized November 16, 1806 at Paramus;
married September 17, 1825 at Saddle River, Elizabeth Hopper born
April 24, baptized May 20, 1810 at Paramus, daughter of Garret A.
Hopper and Maria Van Orden. By deed dated May 10, 1830, recorded
in book L-3, page 60, Garret: purchased from his father for $250,
the small sandstone house and farm of 3 acres on the east side of
Chestnut Ridge Road, Montvale, formerly owned by John Ryer. This
had been acquired from Ryer about 1805 by unrecorded deed, and
the purchaser was either Garret’s father or grandfather. Later
enlarged and modernised, stood at #21
Chestnut Ridge Road when it was burned June 16, 1969, having been
owned for a number of years by the Szmitkowski family. Garret
made his home here until his death on December 29, 1833 at the
age of 27 years. His wi1l made December 19, 1833 was proved on
January 8, 1834 and recorded in book D, page 414. The inventory
of his personal estate totaled $445.06, including household
goods, farm items, cattle and crops. He devised his estate to
his wife during her widowhood. Thereafter the real estate was
devised to son Frederick who was ordered to pay legacies of $100
each to his two sisters. Elizabeth died October 14, 1841 at the
age of 31 years and is buried at Upper Saddle River with her
husband and children.

Children:

a. FREDERICK born .March 10, baptized April 7, 1827 at Saddle
River: married July 23, 1846 at Saddle River, Jemima Acker-
man. On March 6, 1855, his grandfather deeded to him a
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tract: of 40 acres out of the home farm on the west side of
Chestnut Ridge Road. Both this and his father’s homestead
on the east side were sold to Eugene H. Best on October 1,
1867 for $4000, They then lived elsewhere until purchasing
from Leonard Cronk a house and 3 acres of land on the north
side of Saddle River Road, Woodcliff Lake, by deed dated May
19, 1882 . They were living here when they died, Frederick
in December 1904, and Jemima on September 15, 1905. They are
probably buried in the Saddle River Lutheran Church cemetery
where their funerals were held.

Children:

i Elizabeth Maria born January 17, 1848, died July 6,
1856, buried at Upper Saddle River.

ii Rachel Ann born June 1, 1550, died October 31, 1851,
buried at Upper Saddle River.

iii Garret born October 29, 1851, died July 11, 1856,
buried at Upper Saddle River.

iv John Henry born June 30, 1855, died July 14, 1856,
buried at Upper Saddle River.

v. Garret born June 21, 1857, died February 28, 1899 in
Brooklyn, leaving daughters: Anna Elizabeth
(wife of John J. Briggs), and Mary.

vi Mary born April 1861; married Abram Bross and died
March 10, 1879, buried at Upper Saddle River.

b. MARIA born March 16, baptized March 17, 1829 at Saddle River,
died March 28, 1835 at the age of 6 years.

c. SALLY ANN born July 3, 1832, died February 11, 1834.
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(2) ANNAATJE (HANNAH) born February 19, baptized April 18, 1808 at
Paramus; died young.

(3) PETER born December 5, 1808, baptized January 22, 1809 at
Paramus; married Elizabeth Haring. (See following)

(4) THOMAS born August 2, baptized September 22, 1811 at Paramus;
married February 14, 1829 at Saddle River, Hannah Tuers born
May 1, baptized May 30, 1813 at Paramus, daughter of Lawrence A.
Tuers and Jannetje Zabriskie. She died April 9, 1862 and is
buried at Westwood. Thomas later lived in Paterson with a-
second wife named Mary, and died in March 1890.

Children:

a. PETER born July 17, 1831, baptized at Saddle River.

b. RACHEL JANE born November 3, 1833, baptized at Saddle River.

c. GARRET born February 21, 1836, baptized at Saddle River,
died young.

d. AARON born February 10, 1839, baptized at Saddle River.

e. MARIA ELIZABETH born July 10, 1841; married Aaron Demarest.

f. CHARITY ANN born May 20, 1844; married Edward M. Pindar.

g. ANDREW born about 1847.

h. MARGARET ELLEN born about 1850; married George Thomas.

i. GARRET born about 1854.
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(5) ANDREW born December 1, 1815, baptized January 14, 1816 at
Saddle River; married March 23, 1839 at Saddle River, Catharine
Pulis born December 9, 1819, baptized January 23,1820 at
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Pascack, daughter of Peter P. Pulis and Catrina Holdrum. He
died August 25, 1848 at the age of 32 years, and is buried at
Upper Saddle River. His Will, recorded in book F, page 466, left
his estate to his wife and daughter. Catharine married (2) April
9, 1849, John P. Wortendyke and died September 16, 1887.

Child;
a. SARAH MARIA born May 6, baptized October 1842 at Saddle
River; married August 20, 1859, David H. Hopper.

(6) SARAH born June 26, 1818; married April 9, 1836 at Saddle River,
Andrew Debaun born February 13, baptized March 19, 1815 at Saddle
River, son of Jacob Debaun and Catharine Mowerson, She died
July 1, 1884 and is buried at Upper Saddle River.

Children:
a. Catharine Margaret born July 7, 1837; married Albert Hopper.

b. Garret born January 31, 1845, baptized at Saddle River.

c. Mary Elizabeth born July 16, 1848, baptized at Saddle River.

d. Jacob Edgar born June 1853, baptized at Saddle River.

(3) PETER VAN RIPER born December 5, 1808, baptized January 22, 1809
at Paramus, son of Frederick and Mary (Van Buskirk) Van Riper; married in
November 1826 at Saddle River, Elizabeth Haring born March 7, baptized
April 26, 1810 at Pararmus, daughter of Isaac P. Haring and Anna Post.
Peter received a deed in 1842 for 40 acres out of his father’s farm to
the south of the homestead, which he sold to Abraham and Tunis Van Riper
on December 30, 1856 for $2000. He and his wife probably lived on the
Haring homestead farm at the northwest corner of Summit Avenue and Spring
Valley Road in Montvale, where Isaac P. Haring died September 24, 1825 at
the age of 36 years. When Anna Post, his widow, married Jacob Stagg on
February 9, 1831, they went to live on the Stagg farm on Chestnut Ridge
Road. This consisted of two tracts of land on the east side of the road,
formerly out of the Cadmus farm and on which stand today the Van Riper
homestead and business buildings. The first tract of 50 acres was pur-
chased June 14, 1791 from Michael Ryer and Abraham Cadmus for 187 pounds,
10 shillings, by deed post-recorded in book 425, page 22. The second
tract of 14 1/2 acres, adjoining on the north, was purchased April 7, 1806
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from Ryer Ryers for 230 pounds, by deed post-recorded in book 425; page
30. Because of the amount of consideration in this deed, a house built
by Ryers no doubt existed on the land and was the subsequent homestead of
Jacob Stagg, He built a new one on the same site after he made his Will
in 1831, which fact was Mentioned in the testimony of Peter Van Riper in
connection with the later estate suit.

Jacob Stagg was the widower of Jane Ryer who died January 3, 1831,
and they had no children. When Jacob died April 8, 1835, his Will made
March 15, 1831, devised everything to his second wife, Anna Post Haring.
This provoked a suit by Abraham Stagg of New York, a brother, to have the
Will declared invalid. He was unsuccessful due primarily to the testi-
monies of Jacob’s friends and neighbors in his behalf. The fact that
Abraham Stagg was indebted to his brother for $600, was not in his favor.
Other depositions made at that time showed that Jacob had had an opera-
tion on April 2, 1835 for bladder stones of which three were removed.
He “appeared to do well for the first two or three days,” but died on
the 3th. Elizabeth Wortendyke testified on September 8, 1835, that she
“knew him upwards of 30 years; lived the next house. Testator was a
widower about 5 or 6 weeks after his first wife died, about third day
New Year. She was at his house when first wife died and never heard
him say anything about marrying a second wife while his first was dying.
Heard Testator say he did not know what to do as Mrs. Stagg would not
come and live with him unless her children came and they would not come
unless he would make his property over which he said he never would do.
Never heard him find fault with his second wife who has one child, a
daughter who is the wife of Peter Van Riper. His family consisted of
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himself and wife and a hired girl and boy. Can’t tell who superintended
the building of the new house.”

The Haring homestead was sold on April 16, 1840 to Henry A. Demarest
who later operated a hotel there. This property again returned to the
family when Peter VanRiper purchased it from Aaron H. Westervelt on
December 5, 1861, and later was the residence of grandson, James Demarest
Van Riper, for a number of years.

In the 1860′ s, the present Van Riper homestead at #524 Chestnut
Ridge Road was built on the site of the former Stagg houses.

Besides operating a large produce farm on the Stagg land, Peter Van
Riper became an investor in Paterson real estate on which he held
numerous mortgages at his death, as well as others on local properties.
He and his wife joined the Pascack Reformed Church in May 1843, and were
generous supporters of the Chestnut Ridge Sunday School in 1878 on which
land and building they loaned $750. He died November 22, 1880 leaving
a Will made February 8, 1875, recorded in book N, page 219, which left
everything to his wife. She died May 26, 1884 and they are buried at
Park Ridge, Her Will made December 21, 1880, was recorded in book O,
page 481, and disposed of between 120 and 130 acres of land and a personal
estate of about $52,000. The homestead farm and other tracts were left
to son Frederick , for life and then to his son, Peter Elvin Van Riper.
The former Haring house and farm were left to grandson, James Demarest
Van Riper. Properties in Paterson were left to granddaughters Anna
Elizabeth and Annetta Sophia, together with legacies of $2500 each. “To
Charles Van Riper, colored rnan brought up by my husband and rne and now
living in New Yolk, $ 5oo.” The residuary estate was left to the grand-
Children.
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Child:
a. FREDERICK born July 7, baptized August 12, 1832 at Pascack; mar-
ried October 5, 1853 at Saddle River, Charity Ann Demarest born December
11, 1835, baptised February 7, 1836 at Saddle River, daughter of James C.
Demarest and Hannah Eckerson.

Frederick assisted his father on the farm and was also a school
teacher during three winters. He later was in the grocery business in
Paterson for two years and then returned to farming. He served on the
Regimental Staff of the 22nd New Jersey Volunteers for nine months during
the Civil War, as a Commissary-Sergeant. He died September 29, 1902, and
his wife on November 16, 1914. They are buried at Park Ridge. His Will,
recorded in book 33, page 59, devised the former Haring farm to son James
D. for life and then to his children. To son Peter Elvin was devised
15 acres of land purchased from Wortendyke and opposite the homestead;
also the stock and farm implements for which he was to pay $50 to his
brother James. The household goods and residue of the personal estate
vere left to wife Charity Ann.

Children:

i. PETER ANDREW born May 27, 1854, baptized at Saddle River,
died December 16, 1856 and is buried at Park Ridge.

ii. JAMES DEMAREST born May 15, 1856, baptized.at Pascack;
married Amelia Gibson.

iii. ANNA ELIZABETH born February 6, 1865, baptized at Pascack;
carried Philomen O. Dickinson.

iv. ANNETTA SOPHIA baptized July-19, 1868 at Pascack; married
Earle C. Potts,
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v. PETER ELVIN born October 20, 1874, baptized May 23,1875
at Pascack; married June 30, 1898 at Pascack, Sarah Ackerman born March
20, baptized September 7, 1871 at Pascack, daughter of Garret J. Ackerman
and Harriet A.Ackerman. Sarah was the granddaughter, through her
father, of John A. Ackerman and Sarah Delamarter (See page 20, No, 4 a).

Peter Elvin and Sarah lived on the homestead farm atWood-
cliff Lake during their lifetime. He attended advanced school at the
Pennington Seminary in Pennington, N.J. and later graduated from the
Newark Academy. Westervelt’s History of Bergen County describes his
farming activities in the early 1920’s as consisting of 4 acres of cherry
trees, about 2000 grapevines, about 30 acres of apple orchard and between
16 and 20 acres of peach orchard. Also, about 75,000 tomato plants are
raised a year, as well as 6000 pepper plants and 6000 egg plants. The
farm produce is sold in the markets at New York City, Newark and Paterson

Sarah died in 1939, and Peter in 1944, and they are buried
in Valleau Cemetery (by the Paramus Dutch Reformed Church ,Glen Ave.
and route 17) in Ridgewood.

Children:

FREDERICK ELVIN born May 22, 1900; married Katherine Atkins.

HARRIET AMANDA born July 19, 1902; married Frank H. Tice.

GARRET ACKERMAN born August 5, 1905; married Margaret Marshal
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LINE OF JOHANNIS VAN RIPER

3. JOHANNIS VAN RIPER born July 25, 1750, son of Frederick and
Annetje (Van Vorst) Van Riper, married 1st, about: 1780, Geertje (Charity)
Post baptized July 3, 1757 at Schraalenburgh, daughter of Adrian Post and
Hendrickje Ackennan; and 2nd, November 10, 1810 at Paramus, Catriina Van
Winkle Waldrorn, widow. She may have been the widow of John Waldrom who
died January 13, 1810 aged 50 years, and is buried at Upper Saddle River.

Johannis inherited the middle third of his father’s land at Montvale,
on which stood the family homestead. This tract contained 173-3/4 acres
according to the mortgage descriptions and the Sheriff’s Deed in 1833.
In the tax list for September 1779, he was still unmarried and taxed as a
“Singleman” without land. The following year he was taxed for cattle and
as a ” Householder” living on part of the farm. Thereafter, he was taxed
for a share of the land, the same as his brothers Harman and Garret.

Johannis and his second wife were members of the Upper Saddle River
Reformed Church in 1812.

On October 22, 1808, Johannis mortgaged his farm to Cornelius Van
Vorst, his cousin, for the sum of $500, recorded in book D, page 107.
This may have been paid in subsequent years, but is not shown cancelled
on the records. Some years later he made another mortgage to Peter Perry
on April 8, 1820 for the sum of $202, recorded in book E, page 396. This
was followed by a third mortgage to John Van Vorst on December 1, 1821
for $1812, recorded in book E, page 520. In order to give the last mort-
gagee priority for his loan, he took over the Perry lien as well. At
that time, Johannis Van Riper was living in New York City.
In 1832, local residents petitioned to have a new road laid out
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northerly through the Van Riper land to shorten the route to Upper Saddle
River. This extended present Chestnut Ridge Road from its intersection
with Summit Avenue and in the course of Old Chestnut Ridge Road as far as
Upper Saddle River Road. At the same time, that part of the old road
surveyed in 1775, past the old homestead, was vacated from present Summit
Avenue northerly as far as the extension easterly of Upper Saddle River
Road which had been laid out in 1812 to connect with Spring Valley Road.,
The mortgage liens remained unpaid, and when Johannis was unable to
meet his obligations, Sarah Van Vorst, administratrix of the estate of
John Van Vorst, deceased, instituted foreclosure proceedings. At the
Sheriff’s Sale in 1833, Joseph A. Horn made the highest bid and purchased
the farm for $3,426.00.

Johannis Van Riper died December 16, 1836, without leaving a recorde
estate in Bergen County. He may have been buried at Upper Saddle River
but there is no extant marker.

Children of Johannis and Geertje (Post) Van Riper

A. HENDRICKJE born about November 13, 1780; married (1) John J,
Quackenbush, (2) John Bush April 13 1811,He was bap. Dec. 4 ,1784 at Paramus,
son of Dirk Bush and Antje Vanderbeck. He died Feb 2, 1827aged 42y.
Buried at Saddle River Reformeded Church,Upper Saddle River.
(3) Abraham A. Haring.

B. FREDERICK born April 1783; married (1) Mary Baldwin, aad (2)
Hannah Van Buskirk Hopper, widow.

C. CORNELIUS born about 1784; married Antye Van Horn.

D. JOHN born April 19, baptized May 21, 1786 at Paramus; married
Maria Hopper (Mrs. Van Horn).

E. ANTJE born September 13, baptized September 28, 1788 at
Paramus; married Hendrick R. Bush.

F. ADRIAN born July 9, baptized July 27, 1794 at Paramus.

A. HENDRICKJE (HENRIETTA), born about November 13, 1780, daughter
of Johannis. and Geertje (Post) Van Riper, married (1) October 26, 1802 at
Paramus, John J. Quackenbush. She married (2) January 8, 1831 at Saddle
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River, Abraham A. Paring, widower. In 1840, she received a legacy-of $30
by the Will of John J. Van Riper, her brother. She died April 13, 1846 at
the age of 65 years, and is buried at Upper Saddle River.

Child:
(1) Annatje (Hannah Quackenbush) Abora December II, 1802, baptized April II, 1803 at
Paramus, married Andrew N.Hoooer,

(2) Richard Bush May 15, 1812(Bible) . Bap.Jun. 14,1823 Saddle River Reformed
Church.Married Maria Haring.

B. FREDERICK born April 1783, son or Johannis ana Geertje (Post) Van
Riper, married (1) December 8, 1804 at Paramus, Mary Baldwin born about:
September 28, 1786 at Saddle River, daughter of David Baldwin and Rachel
Van Buskirk. Mary was the first cousin of Mary Van Buskirk who married
Frederick G. Van Riper. They lived at one time on his father’s farm at
Montvale, and in 1816 were tenants in a house owned by David J. Ackerman
near East Saddle River Road in Saddle River. Mary died March 28, 1826 at
the age of 39 and is buried in the Van Buskirk cemetery at Saddle River.
Frederick married (2) Hannah Van Buskirk, widow of Henry A. Hopper. She
was the daughter of Maria (Polly) Terhune the second wife of Garret Van
Riper. Frederick died October 1, 1828 at the age of 45 years, and is
buried with his first wife. His second wife married as her third husband,
May 14, 1829 at Saddle River, Abraham Eckerson, She died November 1,
1855 and is buried ac Upper Saddle River. The five Van Riper children
were bequeathed a legacy of $1500 by the Will of David Baldwin, their
grandfather, who died in 1827.

Children;

(1) JOHN born March 30, baptized May.5, 1805 at: Paramus; died
March 9, 1832 in New York.

.(2) DAVID BALDWIN born July 17, baptized August 11, 1807 at Paramus;
died In October 1839, funeral held on the 10th at Saddle River
Lutheran Church.

(3) ADRIAN born November 9, baptized December 21, 1809 at Paramus.

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(4) THOMAS born November 7, baptized November 24, 1811 at Saddle
River.

(5) CHARITY born March 6, baptized April 17, 1814 at Saddle River.

C. CORNELIUS born about 1784, son of Johannis and Geertje (Post) Van
Riper, married December 8,1804 at Paramus, Antje Van Horn born April 12,
1788, daughter of Cornelius Van Horn and Sarah Blauvelt.

Children:

(1) JACOB (?) born about November 14, 1804; married December 10,
1825 at Wyckoff, Margaret Post. He died March 1, 1827 at the
age of 22 years, and is buried at Wyckoff. His Will, dated
February 26, 1827, recorded in book C, page 190, left a silver
watch to brother Cornelius, and the rest of the estate to wife
Margaret.

(2) JOHN born May 4, 1808; reported to have married Harriet
Bradford.

(3) CORNELIUS born April 18, 1813.

D. JOHN born April 19, baptized May 21, 1736 at: Paramus,son of
Johannis and Geertje (Post) Van Riper, probably married December 7, 1811
at Paramus, Maria Hopper, widow of Barney C«.Van Horn, born January 7,
1781. Barney was the brother of Antje Van Horn, wife of Cornelius Van
Riper. John was living in Franklin Township when he died May 17, 1840 at
the age of 54 years, and is buried at Upper Saddle River. His Will, date
April 18, 1840, recorded in book E, page 424, left legacies of $30 to
sisters Henrietta and Anna. He also left $100 to Jane Maria Hopper,
daughter of niece Hannah Hopper, when 21 years; and the residue to Hannah.

E. ANTJE born September 13, baptized September 28, 1788 at Paramus,
daughter of Johannis and Geertje (Post) Van Riper; married February 4,
1809 at Paramus, Hendrick R. Bush, baptized April 29, 1789 at Paramus,
son of Dirck Bush and Antje Vanderbeek. He died August 15, 1834 at the
age. of 45 years. She died May 24, 1841 at the age of 51 years, and they
are buried at Upper Saddle River.
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Child:

(1) Dirk born December 25, 1809, baptized February 4, 1810 at
Paramus; died June 14, 1838 at the age of 28 years.

F. ADRIAN born July 9, baptized July 27, 1794 at Paramus, son of
Johannis and Geertje (Post) Van Riper, may have been the one who married
June 10, 1819 at Paramus, Maria Marselus. If so, she probably predeceased
him and there is no record of children. He died April 15, 1840 at
“Pascack.”
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LINE OF CORNELIUS VAN RIPER

4. CORNELIUS VAN RIPER born June 27, baptized July 13, 1755 at
Paramus, youngest son of Frederick and Annetje (Van Vorst) Van Riper, ma-
ried August 14,1783 at New York, Elizabeth Davenport, probably the one
baptized January 22, 1766 at New York, daughter of Johannes Davenport and
Anna Smith. The ceremony was performed by the Rev, Garret Lydecker, Tory
pastor. Cornelius apparently left home prior to 1779 and lived in Britiish
occupied New York City during the Revolutionary War. There is no record
of his service in behalf of the British, although he was awarded a grant
covering 5 acres in the East Meadows, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, in
1785. Whether he left the country at the time of the Evacuation in
November 1783, is not known. By 1791, however, he was living on a small
rented farm of 4 acres, probably in the Montvale vicinity, and was taxed
as a householder on that amount of land, with I cow, in 1802. He receive
no share of his father’s land at Montvale, although on March 19, 1800, he
and his vife executed a quit-claim deed to his brother Garret for a. small
triangular piece of land containing .23 parts of an acre, evidently for
the purpose of straightening a boundary line between Garret Van Riper and
John Hopper, for a consideration of 4 pounds, 17 shillings and 6 pence.
The deed was recorded in book B-2, page 138. There is no record of the
death of Cornelius, or place of death, and he left no recorded estate in
Bergen County. There may have been other children born during the early
period of marriage, and if so, their names are not certain.

CHILDREN:
A. FREDERICK, no birth or baptismal record found; married (1) Mary
Cooper who probably died at the birth of her child; and (2) August 19,
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1814 at Saddle River, Liza Barbara Wever, born about October 29, 1771,
widow of John Peterson of Montvale. They later joined the Middletown
(Pearl River) Baptist Church where they were married over again on July
1, 1818. Frederick died prior to 1850 and he left no recorded estate in
Bergen County. His second wife died September 29, 1857 at the age of 85
years, and is buried at Upper Saddle River.

Child:
(1) JOHN COOPER born April 28, baptized October 2, 1814
at Saddle River.

B. HENDRICKJE (HENRIETTA) born October 14, 1791, baptized January
15, 1792 at Tappan.

Child of Hendrickje and John Bush (see page 34 A )
(1) Richard born May 15, baptized June 14, 1812 at
Saddle River.

C. GARRET (?) born about 1795 (?), married April 12, 1817 at Kakiat
Femmetje (Euphemia) Bush, daughter of Dirck Bush and Antje Vanderbeek.
No record of children.

D. JOHN born September 6, baptized October 2, 1800 at Paramus.

E. ANTJE BORN September 14, baptized October 17, 1802 at Pararmus.

F. MARIA born May 29, baptized August 4, 1805 at Paramus, died
young.

G. MARIA born May 2, baptized August 24, I809 at Paramus.

R. SALLY born May 26, baptized December 15, 1811 at Saddle River.
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Groshansstraat, Rotterdam THEN (1959) and NOW (2013)

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Mijn moeder en mijn kleine zusje Conny in 1958 voor de deur van onze toenmalige woning aan de Groshansstraat 10b te Rotterdam. Op de oude zwart/wit foto was alleen de deur van de buren (nr. 12) zichtbaar. Nu is het plaatje alsnog compleet…

My mother and my little sister Conny in 1958 in front of our house door at that time (#10b). On the original b/w photo, only the neighbour’s door (#12) was visible. Now the image finally is complete…

Rotterdam 2012-2013--TEMPIE_Fotor_Collage2

Het straatje waar ik de eerste negen jaren van mijn leven gewoond heb: de Groshansstraat in Rotterdam-West.
Boven is de straat gezien in de richting van de Mathenesserlaan en Samuel Mullerstraat. Alle gebouwen op de foto staan er nog na al die jaren. De kinderen op de z/w foto zijn mijn oudste zus (links), ik en buurmeisje Willie.
Onder is de straat gezien naar de Aelbrechtskade en (aan de overkant van de Schie) de Spangesekade en Mathenesserdijk. Het gebouw rechts (op de z/w foto het pakhuis van Henk Hartog meubelen) is inmiddels tot twee keer toe door nieuwbouw vervangen. De kinderen: mijn twee zusjes en ik. Op de achtergrond staat Willie.

Back to the place where I lived the first nine years of my life: the Groshansstraat in the west of Rotterdam.
Above is the street seen in the direction of Mathenesserlaan and Samuel Mullerstraat. All original buildings on this picture are still there after all those years. The kids on the b/w photo are my eldest sister (left), me and neighbor girl Willie.
Below is the street seen in the direction of Aelbrechtskade and (on the other side of the canal De Schie) Spangesekade and Mathenesserdijk. The building right (on the b/w picture the storehouse of Henk Hartog home furnihings) was in the meantime renewed twice. The kids are me, my two sisters and in the background Willie.

Rotterdam, Groshansstraat 1959 in 2013

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Terug naar het straatje waar ik de eerste negen jaren van mijn leven gewoond heb: de Groshansstraat in Rotterdam-West.
De straat gezien in de richting van de Mathenesserlaan en Samuel Mullerstraat. Alle gebouwen staan er nog na al die jaren. De kinderen op de z/w foto uit 1959 zijn mijn oudste zus (links), ik en buurmeisje Willie.

I went back to the place where I lived the first nine years of my life: the Groshansstraat in the west of Rotterdam.
Seen in the direction of Mathenesserlaan and Samuel Mullerstraat. All original buildings are still there after all those years. The kids on the b/w 1959 photo are my eldest sister (left), me and neighbor girl Willie.

Spoorsingel, Rotterdam, then (my family in 1925) and now (2015)

Spoorsingel_1925_2015

There is that 90 years old picture that I cherish, dating from August 1925, with my father as a three year old boy (bottom left) together with his older brother and his sisters (not all of them; the youngest three sisters hadn’t been born yet). I have always had an assumption where it was taken, since it looked like the Spoorsingel in Rotterdam, which was close to where the family lived in those days. On the backside of the photo it only says: “In het plantsoen, augustus 1925” (“In the park, August 1925”).

This morning I went to the Spoorsingel with my camera and after a short walk I found the exact spot; the houses built at the end of the 19th century are still there and so is the tree, albeit much taller and thicker, of course.
This is the “Then and now” composition I made of that street in February 2015, with the the 1925 sepia family photograph as an inset.
By the way, my father died in 2008 at the age of 87. Two of the girls on the photo are still alive, 95 and 91 years old.

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Groshansstraat, Rotterdam THEN (1959) and NOW (2013)

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Mijn moeder en mijn kleine zusje Conny in 1958 voor de deur van onze toenmalige woning aan de Groshansstraat 10b te Rotterdam. Op de oude zwart/wit foto was alleen de deur van de buren (nr. 12) zichtbaar. Nu is het plaatje alsnog compleet…

My mother and my little sister Conny in 1958 in front of our house door at that time (#10b). On the original b/w photo, only the neighbour’s door (#12) was visible. Now the image finally is complete…

Rotterdam 2012-2013--TEMPIE_Fotor_Collage2

Het straatje waar ik de eerste negen jaren van mijn leven gewoond heb: de Groshansstraat in Rotterdam-West.
Boven is de straat gezien in de richting van de Mathenesserlaan en Samuel Mullerstraat. Alle gebouwen op de foto staan er nog na al die jaren. De kinderen op de z/w foto zijn mijn oudste zus (links), ik en buurmeisje Willie.
Onder is de straat gezien naar de Aelbrechtskade en (aan de overkant van de Schie) de Spangesekade en Mathenesserdijk. Het gebouw rechts (op de z/w foto het pakhuis van Henk Hartog meubelen) is inmiddels tot twee keer toe door nieuwbouw vervangen. De kinderen: mijn twee zusjes en ik. Op de achtergrond staat Willie.

Back to the place where I lived the first nine years of my life: the Groshansstraat in the west of Rotterdam.
Above is the street seen in the direction of Mathenesserlaan and Samuel Mullerstraat. All original buildings on this picture are still there after all those years. The kids on the b/w photo are my eldest sister (left), me and neighbor girl Willie.
Below is the street seen in the direction of Aelbrechtskade and (on the other side of the canal De Schie) Spangesekade and Mathenesserdijk. The building right (on the b/w picture the storehouse of Henk Hartog home furnihings) was in the meantime renewed twice. The kids are me, my two sisters and in the background Willie.

Rotterdam, Groshansstraat 1959 in 2013

Rotterdam 2012-2013--MG_9575oudennieuw-bewerkt-bewerkt

Terug naar het straatje waar ik de eerste negen jaren van mijn leven gewoond heb: de Groshansstraat in Rotterdam-West.
De straat gezien in de richting van de Mathenesserlaan en Samuel Mullerstraat. Alle gebouwen staan er nog na al die jaren. De kinderen op de z/w foto uit 1959 zijn mijn oudste zus (links), ik en buurmeisje Willie.

I went back to the place where I lived the first nine years of my life: the Groshansstraat in the west of Rotterdam.
Seen in the direction of Mathenesserlaan and Samuel Mullerstraat. All original buildings are still there after all those years. The kids on the b/w 1959 photo are my eldest sister (left), me and neighbor girl Willie.

Spoorsingel, Rotterdam, then (my family in 1925) and now (2015)

Spoorsingel_1925_2015

There is that 90 years old picture that I cherish, dating from August 1925, with my father as a three year old boy (bottom left) together with his older brother and his sisters (not all of them; the youngest three sisters hadn’t been born yet). I have always had an assumption where it was taken, since it looked like the Spoorsingel in Rotterdam, which was close to where the family lived in those days. On the backside of the photo it only says: “In het plantsoen, augustus 1925” (“In the park, August 1925”).

This morning I went to the Spoorsingel with my camera and after a short walk I found the exact spot; the houses built at the end of the 19th century are still there and so is the tree, albeit much taller and thicker, of course.
This is the “Then and now” composition I made of that street in February 2015, with the the 1925 sepia family photograph as an inset.
By the way, my father died in 2008 at the age of 87. Two of the girls on the photo are still alive, 95 and 91 years old.

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Eccles G. Van Riper

Eccles G. Van Riper was Mayor in Evansville, Indiana in 1870. He is the only Mayor of Evansville that we do not have a picture for in the Mayor Hall of Fame. I am looking for any picture of Eccles G. Van Riper that I can find. A portrait for the local Mayor Hall of Fame could be painted, if there was an actual photo as reference, or if a headshot photo exists, the actual photo could be used. He was born in New York, about 1742, and died September 26, 1914 in New York. He was captured in the U.S. Civil War when buying up cotton fields, sentenced to death, got a reprieve when leadership changed. Wound up in Evansville, IN because the company he worked for, Fatman & Co., had their Midwest Headquarter in Evansville. Eccles married the daughter of the first Mayor of Evansville. Eccles became Mayor when Mayor Walker died in office, as a the city council person in charge of finances, became Mayor for less that three months, until a special election could be held. Eccles was divorced in 1882, and shortly after moved to Moscow, Russia. While in Moscow, he was appointed Consul. He was accused of pretending to enter exhibits in World Fair types of events. He was asked to leave Moscow. It is mentioned that Russia had a photo of him in the Russian Rogue’s Gallery so he could be identified if he tried to come back to Russia. Any idea how to obtain that photo? It appears he spent the remainder of his life in New York.
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Requiem

oen wij daags voor kerstmis 2013 te horen kregen, dat Karin leed aan een zeldzame, onbehandelbare vorm van kanker, betekende dat voor haar het begin van een periode van “bijna doodgaan” en voor ons beiden een periode van afscheid nemen van elkaar. Achteraf bleek, dat dit zestien maanden zou duren, zestien moeilijke maanden waarop we elk moment dachten, dat ze binnen een week of wat dood zou zijn. Zestien maanden van geen toekomstplannen maken, geen nieuwe schoenen of bril kopen, niet dat leuke bloesje bij H&M passen, want ze zou er waarschijnlijk toch niets meer aan hebben. Zestien maanden waarin de belangstelling voor haar geleidelijk afnam: ze bleef op de been en ze bleef er maar goed uitzien, dus het zou zo’n vaart wel niet lopen. Zestien lange maanden waarin het leven eigenlijk al stilstond.

Meer dan tweeëndertig jaar waren we samen en deden we alles samen. Nu gingen we naar het moment waarop we beiden een andere weg zouden moeten inslaan: zij was straks, zoals ze het steeds vaker ging noemen, “overal vanaf” en ik moest verder. Daarbij zag zij het als een troost, dat ZIJ nooit alléén verder zou hoeven, want ze was vaak bang geweest, dat ik eerder dan zij zou komen te overlijden en dat zij daar nooit overheen zou komen.

Na de zware operatie, waarbij zij veel bloed verloor en verschillende specialisten voor een raadsel stonden wat voor soort tumor zij aantroffen in haar lichaam, heeft zij lange tijd nodig gehad om weer enigszins op krachten te komen, wetende dat er ergens een moment zou komen waarop de verwoestende werking van de kanker merkbaar zou worden. Dat was ook psychisch slopend.
Omdat de ziekte onbehandelbaar was, behalve misschien met een zware chemokuur, die – zoals Daniel den Hoed het zei – àls die al zou aanslaan, slechts palliatief zou zijn en gezien moest worden als een “investering in drie maanden langer leven”, besloot Karin af te zien van verdere bezoeken aan artsen en ziekenhuizen en te kiezen voor zo veel mogelijk “kwaliteit van leven”.
Wij spraken af, dat wanneer het zo ver zou komen, Karin thuis door mij verzorgd zou worden en uiteindelijk in haar eigen bed zou sterven. Geen vreemden in huis, geen ziekenhuisbed. Het was een zegen dat ik geen baan meer had en daardoor bevoorrecht was om er altijd voor haar te kunnen zijn. We regelden alle formaliteiten voor euthanasie, die zij wenste zodra zij niet meer haar bed zou kunnen uitkomen en spraken alles grondig door met onze huisarts.

Vanaf de operatie tot haar overlijden is Karin geen moment zonder pijn geweest. Zitten en liggen waren het pijnlijkst. Even lekker op een luie stoel of een uurtje naar bed gaan was er nooit bij. Altijd maar doorgaan met het huishouden en haar hobby’s, die zij de laatste maanden staande deed achter een oude hoge diatafel, en pas om halftwee ’s nachts naar bed, moe van de inspanningen en met een slaappilletje. Dan sliep zij meestal goed tot de vroege ochtend.

Een maand of twee geleden kreeg zij een darmbloeding die dagen aanhield. Karin had inmiddels al vaak tegen me gezegd, dat ze graag de volgende ochtend niet meer wakker zou worden en hoopte nu dat de bloeding haar daarbij zou helpen. De bloeding stopte echter, de kleur kwam weer op haar gezicht en ze leek weer even op te knappen. Haar moment was blijkbaar nog niet gekomen en kiezen voor euthanasie durfde ze eigenlijk toch niet.
Dan maar blijven hopen dat zij spoedig eens in haar slaap zou overlijden of dat het moment gauw kwam waarop zij in een diepe slaap kon worden gebracht door middel van palliatieve sedatie.

De laatste weken namen de pijnen toe, kreeg zij het vreselijk benauwd en kwam de huisarts uiteindelijk bijna dagelijks aan huis. Karin had nauwelijks nog energie en verontschuldigde zich regelmatig tegenover mij, dat zij zich zo aanstelde en dat zij mij zo’n verdriet deed.
Ze voelde dat het einde naderde en zag er tegenop dat haar vertrouwde huisarts vrijdag de 24e met vakantie zou gaan.
Uiteindelijk heeft de huisarts haar op diezelfde dag nog comfortabel kunnen maken en kon hij haar de palliatieve sedatie aanbieden, die zij zo graag wilde hebben. Achteraf bleek dit laatste niet eens meer nodig: kort daarna overleed zij, helemaal uitgeput, in haar slaap.

In haar leven was Karin graag op zichzelf. Ze was niet zo’n mensen-mens als ik. Heel veel vrienden had ze niet, daar had ze geen behoefte aan. Karin moest echt van je houden om met je bevriend te kunnen zijn. Ze had mij, die goede vrienden en ze had haar hobby’s: haar verzamelingen, de poppenhuisminiaturen en het stamboomonderzoek. Zou ze die niet meer kunnen uitoefenen, dan zou het leven zinloos zijn. Zo lang ze de energie had was ze hele dagen bezig, in de vreemdste houdingen omdat ze zo’n pijn had. Als ze al klaagde, dan was het over het feit dat ze veel te weinig tijd zou hebben om alles waar zij mee bezig was af te maken. Tegelijkertijd nam zij juist steeds meer hooi op haar vork, want ze wilde volgens mij helemaal niet dat alles af zou zijn voor het einde van haar leven. Ze is nog nooit zo productief geweest met het in elkaar knutselen van miniatuurtjes en het maken van stijlkamertjes als het afgelopen jaar. Daarnaast hielp zij menigeen, ook kennissen-van kennissen in binnen- en buitenland, met het uitzoeken van hun familiegeschiedenis. Daar was ze handig in als geen ander en ze werd erom geprezen.

Vorige week vrijdagmiddag overleed zij, toch nog onverwacht, een paar uur nadat zij in slaap was gebracht door haar eigen huisarts, met mij aan haar zijde. Precies zoals ze het graag gewild had.
Mijn oprechte dank gaat uit naar de mensen die er voor haar waren in de laatste maanden van haar leven en die alles deden om het Karin in die periode zo veel mogelijk naar haar zin te maken.
Ook veel dank aan dokter Duran en zijn team, die zo hun best hebben gedaan om het Karin zo comfortabel mogelijk te maken, vaak onder moeilijke omstandigheden, omdat Karin tot vlak voor haar overlijden nu eenmaal niet wilde weten hoe zij er aan toe was en daarom elk onderzoek weigerde.

Lieve schat, dank je wel voor al die mooie jaren samen.

(Toespraak van John op Karins rouwplechtigheid – 1 mei 2015)

In loving memory

The day before Christmas 2013, when we heard that Karin was suffering from a rare, untreatable kind of cancer, it was for her the beginning of a period of “being almost dead” and for both of us a period of saying goodbye to each other. In retrospect it turned out, that this period would last 16 months, 16 hard months in which any time we thought, that she could die within a couple of weeks. Sixteen months of no plans for the future, no new shoes or spectacles, not buying that nice blouse at H&M’s, because she would probably not have the occasion to wear it. Sixteen months in which people’s interest in her situation ebbed away. Sixteen long months in which life actually stood still.

More than thirty-two years we had been together and we had done everything together. Now we went to a moment when we both would have to go down a different path: for her “all problems would be over” then (her words), while I would have to go on. Thereby it was a consolation for her, that she never would have to go on alone, because she had often been afraid, that I would die before she would and she thought she would not come over that.

After the heavy operation, in which she lost a lot of blood and several specialists were puzzled what kind of tumor they found in her body, she needed a long time to recover as good as possible, realizing that somewhere a time would come when the devastating effect of the cancer would be noticeable. That was also psychologically exhausting. Because the disease was untreatable, except perhaps with a heavy one time chemotherapy, which – like the cancer hospital said – even if it would help, it would only be palliative and be considered an “investment in three months longer life”, Karin decided to abandon further visits to doctors and hospitals and to choose “quality of life” as much as possible. We agreed that when it would come this far, Karin would be cared for by me, at her own home and eventually would die in her own bed. No strangers at home, not a hospital bed. It was a blessing that I had no job and as such was privileged that I could be there for her any time. We settled all formalities for euthanasia, which she wished once she would become bedridden and we talked everything over thoroughly with our family doctor.

Starting from the operation till the moment she died, there was no moment without pain. Sitting and lying down caused the most pain. Taking a rest on an easy chair or going to bed for an hour of rest were therefore out of the question. Always going on, doing the household and her hobbies, which the last few months she had to do standing up behind an old high slide projector table, and finally to bed at half past one, tired of the efforts and with the help of a sleeping pill. Then she usually slept well until early in the morning.

A month or two before she died Karin got a bowel bleeding that lasted for several days. Karin had often told me, that she wished to die in her sleep and now she hoped that the bleeding would help her. The bleeding stopped, however, the color came back on her face and she seemed to recover a bit. Apparently her time had not come yet and opting for euthanasia she was afraid of after all.
Therefore she kept on hoping that soon she would die in her sleep, or the time would come that she would end up in a deep sleep by means of palliative sedation.

The last couple of weeks the pains increased, she became short of breath more and more and the doctor visited her almost daily. Karin’s energy decreased and she apologized to me regularly, that she caused so much inconvenience and grief to me. She felt that the end was approaching and was steadfast against her trusted doctor would go on vacation next Friday the 24th of April and would not be able to “help” her when she needed him. In the end, the family doctor would get her into a deep sleep on that very day and offer her the palliative sedation, which she wished to have so very much. The palliative sedation even turned out not to be necessary: Karin died shortly afterwards, totally exhausted, in her sleep.

In her life Karin liked to be on her own. She was not such a “people person” like me. She did not have lots of friends; she did not need that. Karin had to really love you to call you her friend. She had me, those good friends and she had her hobbies: her collections, the doll’s house miniatures and the genealogical research. Without those her life would be pointless. As long as she had the energy she was busy all day long, in the strangest positions because she suffered so much of the pains. If even she complained, than it was about having far too little time to finish everything she was working on. At the same time, she bit more and more than she could chew. I think that in fact she did not want to finish all those things; she has never been as productive in crafting of miniatures and making style rooms as during the last months of her life. In addition she helped many people, even acquaintances-of acquaintances, both in Holland and abroad, with figuring out their family histories. She was good at that like no other and people praised her for that.

Last Friday afternoon, 24 april 2015, she died, still unexpectedly, a few hours after she had been put to sleep by her family doctor, with me by her side, exactly like she had wished.

My sincere thanks go to the people who were there for her in those last months of her life and who did everything to make Karin’s life as bearable and comfortable as possible in that period. Also many thanks to doctor Duran and his team, who have done their utmost for Karin’s comfort, often under difficult circumstances, as till short before her death Karin simply did not want to know how the condition of her body was and therefore did not want to be examined.

Sweetheart, thank you so very much for all those wonderful years we had together.

(Eulogy by John at Karin’s Cremation Service, 1 May 2015)

Engelbertus Westhoff

Fragment uit het scheepsregister d.d. 23 feb. 1790 van het schip Dordrecht, liggende voor Amsterdam, betreffende Engelbertus WESTHOFF, op weg naar Batavia. Hij kwam “van Hedomge” of van “Ledomge”, voor zover wij kunnen lezen. Een plaats met een gelijkende naam zijn we nog niet tegengekomen.

 

Hier is het complete folio:

(click het plaatje om te vergroten)

Bernardus de Wit

Engelse landhuiskeuken

 Poppenhuis miniatuur keuken. Alle meubels zijn gemaakt door Jane Newman uit Engeland. Het koper onder de tafel en aan de muur is van Mini Mundus uit Duitsland. Veel aardewerk komt van Stokesayware ook uit Engeland. Het fornuis en ombouw komen dacht ik van Carol Black uit Engeland. De kasten zijn nog vrij leeg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Al het aardewerk in de twee kasten komt van Stokesay Ware uit Engeland. De taartstandaards heb ik zelf gemaakt van twee pushpins en twee platte knopen van parelmoer.

 

 Op het servies na komt alles wat hierin staat uit Engeland.

 

 De voorraadkamer

 

De meeste miniaturen in dit gedeelte komen uit Engeland.

Het Westhuis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poppenhuis miniatuur Het Westhuis. Dit was een kinderpoppenhuis van het dochtertje van een collega van mijn man. Ik heb de indeling gelaten zoals het was, maar het behang en wat op de vloer ligt is nieuw. De buitenkant was wit geverfd en daar is steentjes papier op geplakt. Het dak was rood geverfd en daar hebben we dakpannen en een nok op geplakt en daarna alles grijs geverfd. Er komt geen verlichting in het huis maar voor het idee wil ik in iedere kamer grote ronde oorclips tegen het plafond   plakken zodat het net lijkt of er plafonnierres hangen. Dat moet ik nog doen, want ik heb er nog niet genoeg gevonden op de rommelmarkten waar ik al die sierraden  probeer te vinden.

Een iets beter zicht op de zijkant van het dak en het huis.

Poppenhuis miniatuur slaapkamer. De vloer komt weer van zo’n plakrol geplakt op karton. Alle meubeltjes zijn bouwpakketjes van Mini Mundus uit Duitsland. De po, het warmwater ding en de kandelaar, die op het ladenkastje staat, zijn van Bodo Hennig. Het bed is niet door mij bekleed. Al het andere op het ladenkastje staat heb ik zelf gemaakt van sloopsieraden enz. De spiegel is het deksel van een rougedoosje op een poot van drie kraaltjes omdat het te zwaar was om zelfstandig aan de muur te blijven hangen. De rok op het bed heb ik gemaakt van een stuk al geplisseerde stof dat over was van een rok van vroeger. De schoentjes en het tijdschrift zijn gekocht. Rechts is nog net een stukje van de badkamer te zien.

 

Op deze foto is de kast met inhoud duidelijker te zien en een ander stukje van de badkamer. Het vest, des nylonkousen en de handschoenen zijn gekocht. De schoudertas heb ik zelf gemaakt.

 

 

Poppenhuis miniatuur badkamer. Geen stalenboekbehang deze keer maar in Amerika gekocht poppenhuisbehang (handbeschilderd volgens degene die het mij jaren geleden verkocht) en de tegels zijn van een vel gekocht bij een poppenhuiswinkel in Nederland. Bad, wastafel, wc, wc borstel en wcpapierhouder zijn van Bodo Hennig. Het tafeltje en het hangkastje zijn bouwpakketjes van Mini Mundus. De spiegel heb ik ooit ergens gekocht en kwam qua kleur hier mooi van pas.  Voor het bankje heb ik de onderkant van een mannenluchtje bekleed met stof en kant. De handdoeken en washandjes heb ik zelf gemaakt evenals alle miniaturen in het kastje, op de wcrollen na. Het schaaltje met badparels heb ik ook gemaakt van sloopsieraden en het windlicht is een 1:1 kerstboomlichtje en twee soorten kralen. Het windlicht is duidelijker te zien bij mijn zelfgemaakte miniaturen.

 

Poppenhuis miniatuur eetkamer. Het behang komt uit een stalenboek en de vloerbedekking zijn twee gordijnstalen. Tegen de plafonds plak ik tegenwoordig ook behang, daar heb ik speciaal een 1:1 rol voor gekocht. Het kleed is dacht ik van Bodo Hennig. Alle meubeltjes en de klok zijn bouwpakketjes van Mini Mundus. De kachel, de krantenbak, de kandelaar, het servies, de glazen, het bestek en de koperen vaas zijn van Bodo Hennig en de schilderijtjes zijn zo gekocht.

 

De linkerkant van de eetkamer. Het fruit op de fruitschaal is van een oorclip uit de jaren ’50 en een knoop als schaal. De twee karaffen heb ik gemaakt van sloopsieraden. Op deze foto is de krantenbak iets beter te zien. Er moeten nog kussentjes op de stoelen.

 

De recherkant van de eetkamer. De plant is van Freubellientje en de bloempot is een dopje van een mini shampoo flesje uit een Amerikaans hotel, met een ringetje er onder zodat hij kan staan. De kaarsenstandaards heb ik gemaakt van sloopsieraden en de kaarsjes zijn kralen.

 

Poppenhuis miniatuur keuken. Het behang op de muren komt uit een stalenboek, het behang op het plafond is van een één op één rol en de tegeltjes komen van een gekocht vel. De meubeltjes zijn van bouwpakketjes van Mini Mundus. Het fornuis met kap, de vleesmolen, de wijnflessen, de pannen, de cakevormen, de maatbekers, de glazen voorraadpotten in de rechterkast, de weegschaal, het kruidenrekje met potten, zijn allemaal van Bodo Hennig.

 

De linkerkant van de keuken. De afwasbak met alles wat er in zit komt van Aat en Joke Oukes. Alle voorraadpotjes in het hangkastje heb ik gemaakt van kralen met punaises als deksels. Er hangen gordijntjes aan de kast rechts en aan de aanrechtkast. Dit heb ik verzonnen omdat het met de laadjes van het ene en de deurtjes van het andere niet goed is gegaan. De theedoek, de puddingen en de plateaus waar ze opstaan, heb ik gemaakt van oorclips, knopen en sloopsieraden.

 

De rechterkant van de keuken. De voorraadpotten op de bovenste plank in de rechterkast heb ik gemaakt van kralen en van metalen onderdelen van spijkerbroekknopen als dekseltjes. De taart op ondersteplank is ook weer van een oorclip deze keer in een oogschaduwblikje. De eieren heb ik  van Fimo gemaakt en het schaaltje is een afval materiaal. De steelzeef op tafel heb ik gemaakt van een sierraad onderdeel waar je kraaltjes op kan vastmaken en een ander sierraadonderdeel als steel. Er ligt ook nog een soeplepel die is niet goed te zien. Die heb ik gemaakt van een onderdeel van de onderkant van een oorclip. Door het gebogen stuk recht te buigen krijg je een steel aan het bolletje en wordt het een soeplepel. Rechts is een deel van de waskeuken te zien.

 

De waskeuken. Het behang en het plafond zijn van een één op één rol. De vloer is van plakplastic geplakt op een wit vel papier. De gootsteen komt uit Engeland en de strijkplank, het strijkijzer, de wastobbe op poten en de naaimachine zijn van Bodo Hennig. Het kastje was een verpakking voor speelgoed, ik dacht ook van Bodo Hennig. Het tafeltje was weer een poging om zelf een meubeltje te maken. De afvalemmer heb ik gemaakt van een dop en een blikken knoop en de net gestreken theedoek heb ik ook gemaakt. Rechts een deel van de keuken.

 

 

 

Een beter kijkje op het dak en een zijmuur en een stukje badkamer.

Keukentje/voorraadkamer in oude handwerkdoos

Poppenhuis miniatuurkeukentje / voorraadkamertjegemaakt in een oude handwerkdoos. Het behang is uit een stalenboek en het zeil is van een plakrol geplakt op karton. Het groene emaille is gemaakt door Aat Oukes. De tafeltjes en de stoel komen uit zo’n goedkoop pakket. Boodschapjes komen bijna allemaal van de familie Giessen. De voorraadkast heb ik gemaakt van latjes die ik ergens van af gesloopt heb omdat ze precies in het ondiepe deksel van de handwerkdoos passen. De voorraadbussen op de onderste plank en die twee planken hoger staan in de kast heb ik van sloopsieraden, spelden met gekleurde koppen, punaises en balpenonderdelen gemaakt en het taartplateau heb ik gemaakt van een dop, een kraaltje en het dekseltje van een fotorolletje.

 

Boodschapjes van dichterbij. Het bakje waar de eieren in zitten is ook afvalmateriaal. De dropjes in de doorzichtige voorraadbussen zijn hele kleine kraaltjes.

 

 

Studeerkamer in theedoosje

Poppenhuis miniatuur studeerkamertje in een theedoosje van 7 diep x 13,5 breed x 17,5 cm. hoog. De plantenpot op poot (garenklosje en dop), het boekenkastje en het tafeltje (de poot is een garenklosje) heb ik zelf gemaakt. De stoeltjes zijn uit zo’n goedkoop meubeltjespakket uit de jaren ’80. De lamp bestaat uit twee kralen, het klokje is een kettinghanger, de boeken zijn geprint van het Internet, de zwarte boeken heb ik zelf gemaakt en de “kunstvoorwerpen” op het boekenkastje zijn grote kralen. Behang komt uit een stalenboek en het “parket” (van een rol met lijm aan de achterkant) heb ik geplakt op karton. Het schaakspel is van Reutter en de plant is gemaakt door Else Keuker.

Van Riper Mill, Dowagiac, MI

Van Riper Mill, LaGrange, Dowagiac Co, MI

This is a picture of the Van Riper Mill, LaGrange, Dowagiac Co, MI. The photograph was taken by Lisa Bane in the local Historical Society.

Lisa Bane has managed to trace her line back to Juriaen Tomassen, through her great-grandfather Ackerman Van Riper. Lisa’s line is from her paternal grandmother, Hazel Mae Van Riper. Hazel Mae’s father was Ackerman Van Riper, whose father was Tunis, who’s father was Abram. Ackerman Van Riper was part of the group that moved from Passaic Co, NJ, to LaGrange Township in Dowagiac Co, MI.

Lisa Bane also informed me, that Jacob J. Van Riper (March 8, 1838 – ), a son of Abram Van Riper (mentioned above), was an American lawyer and politician. He served as the Attorney General of the State of Michigan from 1881 to 1885. He later served as a probate judge in Berrien County, Michigan from 1893 to 1901. He also served on the University of Michigan Board of Regents from 1880 to 1886. He has his own Wikipedia page.

Jacob J. Van Riper

Jacob J. Van Riper

Thank you very much, Lisa, for your most valuable contribution!

WESSELS: Where exactly was that house on Karresteeg?

29 August 1740

Evert Wessels (mr. wagemaker), living in Rotterdam, buys:

“Certain house and grounds left behind by miss. Catherina van der Pott, standing and lying at the westside of Schiedamschen dijk on the south corner of Karresteegh within this town, adjacent, according to a document given to the late Cornelis van der Pott on June 14, 1645, north the Karrestege, lying in front of it, and south Stoffel Pieters zijl, registrated on nr. 1140. Stretching from the front to the end of the street an alley, from the water behind the former Taanhuis to the Binnevest.”

On this 17th century map (by Carolo Allard) the house at Karresteeg, at the corner of Schiedamschendijk, is pointed to by the arrow. Two blocks north is the Schielandhuis (blue roof), at Korte Hoogstraat which is the extention of Schiedamschendijk. Walking through Karresteeg in western direction, along Wessels’s grounds, you walk along de Binnenvest and cross the Stadsvest via de Coolsche Poort and the Binnenwegsche Bridge.

Detail of a map made in 1839. The Binnenvest has been filt up and houses have been built on the south side of Karre(n)steeg. The Schielandhuis is standing between the Groote Paauwesteeg and the Magere Varkensteeg (later Boymansstraat and nowadays Bulgerstein).

The Schielandhuis in Korte Hoogstraat. Utter left on above painting of about 1840 you can see just a part the Wessels house, at the corner of Schiedamschendijk and Karresteeg.

As appears from above newspaper advertisement (1846), a grandson of Evert was still living in Karresteeg then: Johannes Everardus. The business of his brother Everardus was situated on the Binnenweg. Their parents were Everardus Wessels (died in July 1846) and Johanna Buderman.



The spot where Wessels’s house was standing on a picture taken in 1930, from the northeast. It is unknown in which year the house on this picture was built, so I don’t know whether or not it is the original house. The Schielandhuis cannot be seen on this picture. It is on the opposite of the Gerzon-building (nowadays the Fortis Bank building is on this spot), at Korte Hoogstraat, the extention of Schiedamsedijk.

And here the spot where the house would have been on a photo taken in 2004 (from the southeast). Since the bombardment of 1940 Karrensteeg has completely disappeared from the streetplan of Rotterdam. On the spot of Wessels’s old house now the subwaystation Beurs/Churchillplein is situated. At the right on the photo you see the Schielandhuis, and next to it the black marble building of Robeco. In the right-hand topcorner a detail can be seen of Fortis building’s ‘rucksack’.

This map shows the different street-plans of the past centuries, for better imagination. Thanks to “Koopgoot in Kaart”

 

Tuintafereeltje in taartdoos

Poppenhuis miniatuur tuintje, gemaakt in een taartdoos. Uit een rol graspapier voor treintjes heb ik een rond stuk geknipt. Het vijvertje is één geheel met alles, behalve het meisje wat op de rand zit. Het springtouw komt uit Engeland en de herkomst van de stoffen bal weet ik niet meer. 

Zo ziet de taartdoos met deksel er uit.

Bloemenwinkeltje

 Poppenhuis miniatuur bloemenwinkeltje.

Aanzicht van bovenaf. 

Van voren gezien. De winkel is gesloten en daarom staat de plantenhanger met het welkomstbord achter de ruit.

 

 Zicht door de rechter zijruit. Witte en groene planten bak van Euromini’s. De koperen kolenkit waar links vooraan bloemen in staan komt uit mijn letterbakverzameling.

Een beter zicht op wat er zoal op de tafel staat. Ik ben slecht in plantennamen. De plant achter op de tafel met oranje komt van Freubellientje, evenals het bosje bloemen in het glazen vaasje. Else Keuker heeft de meeste plantjes gemaakt, de viooltjes, het groene plantje, de roze hanggeranium rechts op tafel, de blauwe hortensia, de rode geranium dacht ik ook, de plant met de groen/roze bladeren en de rode cyclaam. Onder de stolp droogbloemen. De blauwe druifjes(?) in het gele emaille heb ik vorig jaar op de beurs in Apeldoorn gekocht maar ik weet niet meer bij wie. De grijze urn links op de grond met o.a. witte tulpen erin komt van The Singing Tree uit Engeland. De rode bloemen links en rechts van de tafel zijn droogbloemen. 

Potterie onder de tafel. Links en rechts voor de tafel droogbloemen.

Bodo Hennig houten speelgoed

 Poppenhuis miniatuur Bodo Hennig houten speelgoed. Tafereeltje gemaakt in een piramide verpakking van Mon Ferrero chocolade. Het jongetje van Fritz Canzler Caco heb ik uit het terrastafereeltje gehaald.

Zo ziet de piramide-verpakking er uit.

Chinees kamertje in sieradendoosje

 Poppenhuis miniatuur Chinees kamertje. Dit is gemaakt in een goedkoop plastic sieradendoosje. Het scherm en het tafeltje heb ik in de jaren ’70 gekocht bij De Bijenkorf in Rotterdam. Doordat er een spiegel in het deksel van de doos zit kun je ook de beschildering van de achterkant van het kamerscherm zien. De Ikabana plant heb ik ooit op een beurs gekocht bij  Else en Marja Keuker. Op de vloer ligt een geweven Chinees kleedje wat er gelukkig precies in past.

Zo ziet het sieradendoosje er uit.

Chinees kamertje

Poppenhuis miniatuur Chinees kamertje gemaakt in een wijnkistje. Het behang komt uit een stalenboek en de vloerbedekking is een stuk veloursstof. Alle meubeltjes heb ik in de jaren ’70 gekocht bij De Bijenkorf in Rotterdam. Ze zaten allemaal apart verpakt in een groen kartonnen doosje met deksel. De twee schilderijen zijn uitgeknipte plaatjes. 

 Kijkje naar links. Van wie ik het bonsaiboompje jaren geleden heb gekocht weet ik helaas niet meer.

Kijkje naar rechts. Waar het wandbord vandaan komt weet ik ook niet meer. De “antieke” vazen zijn koperen kralen en die komen evenals de draak van een rommelmarkt en de boeddha heb ik bij Freubellientje gekocht. 

Al het eten in dit kamertje is gemaakt door Freubellientje.

Stoffenwinkeltje

 Poppenhuis miniatuur stoffenwinkeltje, gemaakt in een naaidoos uit de jaren ’50 / ’60. De binnenkant van de doos was beschadigd en bovendien vond ik de kleur niet mooi (grijs gemelleerd) dus heb ik uit een behangstalenboek die ik heb een bijpassende staal uitgezocht en deze er overheen geplakt. Door de binnenkant van het deksel te behangen tot op de bodem blijft het deksel recht op staan als achterwand, de kast er tegen aan maakt het nog steviger. De vloerbedekking is een stukje veloursstof. De grote kast is een uitstalkastje van Reutter, die ik jaren geleden goedkoop op een beurs heb gekocht. Ik heb pas tijdens het maken van het stoffenwinkeltje pas ontdekt dat het een kast van Reutter was. Aan de achterkant zit een koperen beugeltje waaraan je de kast kan ophangen met daarop de naam Reutter. Alle stoffen komen uit mijn eigen voorraad en zijn vooral afkomstig van restjes stof van mijn moeder. Er zit ook een enkel gekocht poppenhuisstofje bij, maar ook stukjes geknipt uit  versleten bloesjes, overhemden en andere kleding. De kussentjes op de zijplankjes zijn beklede knopen.

 Alle laatjes zijn gevuld met o.a. klosjes garen, een kanten kraag en kaartjes met kant. De klosjes heb ik gemaakt van een heel klein stukje satéprikker met aan de uiteinden de platte houten kraaltjes die ik elders ook als koekjes gebruikt heb. De kanten kraag komt uit Engeland. Voor de kantjes heb ik kartonnetjes geknipt en daar hele smalle kantjes omheen gewonden. Het kant dateert vooral uit de jaren ’50 / ’60. De oranje strik bovenop is alvast voor Koninginnedag. Het ladenkastje komt uit Amerika.

Ook al deze laatjes zijn gevuld met o.a. strikjes, kanten kleedjes en stoffen bloemetjes in allerlei kleuren. Dit ladenkastje komt dacht ik ook uit Amerika. 

Dekenkist van Bespaq met daarin rolletjes lint, koord en garnering. Ik heb vorig jaar van iemand verschillende maten verpleegstersknoopjes gekregen en die kon ik hier heel goed voor gebruiken. Rechts vooraan is één leeg verpleegstersknoopje te zien, voor het idee hoe dat er uit ziet. Ik kon de rolletjes niet ophangen omdat er geen gaten in de knoopjes zitten, vandaar dat ze naast elkaar in de uitneembare bak van de dekenkist liggen. Gelukkig had ik genoeg lintjes enz. van de breedte die om de knoopjes pasten. 

Op de Euromini’s toonbank, liggen modeplaten, een kaartje met kant en een strikje. De schaar ligt klaar om een stuk van de stof af te knippen die er naast ligt. In de vitrine van de toonbank liggen kleedjes en een dameshemdje. De  kleine zwarte en witte kleedjes waren versiering aan een paar van mijn beha’s. De kleedjes en het hemdje lijken gelig, maar dat komt door de tint van het “glas”. De stoffen op de twee meest linkse onderste planken komen van (kunst)zijden dassen en daarnaast ligt een stapeltje voile geknipt uit hoofdoekjes die vrouwen in de jaren ’60 / ’70 droegen om hun haar te beschermen tegen de wind. De zijde daarnaast komen vooral van de voering van versleten colbertjasjes.

Nieuwe RiperNet website

(English translation)


RiperNet, Karin en John Riper’s genealogie-website, staat al op het web sinds 1997. Naarmate de jaren zijn voortgeschreden zijn ook de technische mogelijkheden toegenomen. Onze website veranderde al die tijd echter nauwelijks. Om optimaal gebruik te kunnen maken van de nieuwe technieken heb ik de website nu helemaal vernieuwd. De artikelen in de Van Riper (USA, met vele honderden waardevolle genealogische berichten van de hand van George Van Riper, New Jersey) en Rieper (Duitsland e.a.) databases, die veelvuldig bezocht werden op de oude website, zijn nu helemaal geïntegreerd in deze nieuwe website en – zoals de hele inhoud van de website – geavanceerd doorzoekbaar. Alle overige inhoud van de oude site zal stap voor stap worden overgeheveld naar de nieuwe site. Omdat daar wat tijd in gaat zitten, zal de oude RiperNet website voorlopig beschikbaar blijven.

De nieuwe site is niet meer uitsluitend gewijd aan genealogie: Karin’s andere passie, de miniaturen hobbyheeft nu ook een plaats op onze website.

Maak je keuze uit de verschillende categorieën in het menu links, of doorzoek de hele website met de search-box rechtsboven. Wij zijn bereikbaar via het Contact-formulier (zie menu). Veel plezier!

 

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1910 Van Riper Census, Pennsylvania

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Pennsylvania
=================================
1910
Pennsylvania
Bradford County
Sayre, ward 2
Roll T624-1318
district 29
page 237b, sheet 15, image 30, April 23
105 

354-366
Eva M. (nee Van Riper) Rumsey-48-F-W-head-own income-widow-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bernice L. Rumsey-22-F-W-daughter-teacher, public school-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ira G. Rumsey-19-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maud E. Rumsey-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Van Riper-33-M-W-brother-carpenter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James H. Crouch-48-M-W-boarder-laborer, RR shop-married 16yrs.-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-Immigrated 1888
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1910
Pennsylvania
Bradford County
Sayre, ward 3
Roll T624-1318
district 30
page 252a , sheet 10, image 19, April 28
120 Third Street 

185-193
Harry Van Riper-38-M-W-head-carpenter-married 13yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Myrtle Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-3 childen,3 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Floyd Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Stella Van Riper-9-F-W-Daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Clare Van Riper-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
—————————————————————————————
1910
Pennsylvania
Bradford County
Sayre, ward 3
Roll T624-1318
district 30
page 253a, sheet 11, image 21, April 30
117 South Street 

204-212
Floyd E. Van Riper-25-M-W-head-brakeman,railroad-married 3yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Lena M. Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Harry A. Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Charlot R. Van Riper-F-W-10 months-daughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Bradford County
Sayre Borough, ward 3
Roll T624-1318
district 30
page 253b, sheet 11, image 22, April 30
401 Shephard Street 

216-224
Theodore D. Werts-40-M-W-head-carpenter-married 15yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Minie L. (nee Van Riper) Werts-38-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-2 children, 0 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Edward Van Riper-70-M-W-father in law-carpenter-2nd. marriage 44yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Robie M. Van Riper-55-F-W-mother in law-1st marriage 44yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
————————————-
1910
Pennsylvania
Chester County
New Garden Township
Roll T624-1328
district 39
page 232b, sheet 7, image 14, April 23
Newark Road 

146-150
Garrett L. Van Riper-56-M-W-head-florest, greenhouse farm-marreid 19yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Margaret Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 19yrs.-0 children-
b.Canada-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
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1910
Pennsylvania
Crawford County
Meadville Ward 2
Roll T624-1333
district 21
page 132b, sheet 6, image 12,
502 North Street 

139-162
Cathrine Fix-64-F-W-head-own income-widow-4 children, 3 living-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1862
George Fix-40-M-W-laborer,cement blocks-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Catherine (nee Fix) Van Riper-28-F-W-daughter-married 4yrs.-0 children-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Augustus Van Riper-30-M-W-son in law-merchant, iceman-married 4yrs.-
(son of Aaron and Mary E. Van Riper)
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Maud Stern-24-F-W-neice-stenographer-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Germany
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1910
Pennsylvania
Crawford County
Meadville City, Ward 4
Roll T624-1333
district 24
page 178b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
932 Market Street 

21-22
Anna Van Riper-70-F-W-head-widow (of Henry-b.N.J..)-9 children, 7 living-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Irleand-immigrated 1848
———————————–
1910
Pennsylvania
Crawford County
West Mead Township
Meadville City, ward 5
Roll T624-1333
district 25
page 212a, sheet 5, image 9, April 19
115 Lincoln Avenue 

95-101
Aaron Van Riper-58-M-W-head-engineer,street railway-married 36yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-56-F-W-wife-married 36yrs., 4 children, 4 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Ruth Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
Cammille (nee Van Riper) Heim-23-F-W-daughter-married 3yr.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
——————————————————-
1910
Pennsylvania
Crawford County
Meadville City, ward 5
Roll T624-1333
district 25
page 211a, sheet 4, image 7, April 17
327 Lincoln Avenue 

76-81
James Mc Kenna-72-M-W-head-own income-married 42yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Mary Mc Kenna-72-F-W-wife-married 42yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Maggie (Margaret) Mc Kenna-38-F-W-daughter-labeller, distillery-single
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Mc Kenna-36-F-W-daughter-labeller, distillery-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Theresa (nee Mc Kenna) Van Riper-40-F-W-daughter-dressmaker,at home-married 18yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anita Van Riper-16-F-W-granddaughter-stenographer, steroscope works-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Pauline Van Riper-9-F-W-granddaughter-at school-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Leona (nee Mc Kenna) Boyle-32-F-W-daughter-developing, stereopitician viewer-married 4yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marie Boyle-3-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Dauphin County
Harrisburg, ward 5
Roll T624-1336
district 67
page 203a, sheet 2, image 3, April 16
302 Cumberland Street 

23-25
Charles F. Zell-24-M-W-head-barber shop-married 3 yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mary Zell-23-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Dorthy F. Zell-2-F-W-daughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Ben A. Van Riper-28-M-W-boarder-moulder, machine shop-married less the 1yr.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mertie Van Riper-25-F-W-sister in law-married less the 1yr.-0 children-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Erie County
Erie, ward 3
Roll T624-1342
district 87
page 57a, sheet 11, image 21, April 27
East Eigth Street 

block 800
Sister M. Victoria Van Riper-28-F-W-subject-teacher,academy-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
Pennsylvania
Fayette County
Luzerne Township-north and West
Roll T624-1244
district 44
page 240a, sheet 6, image 11, April 26 

91-101
Emma (nee ??-1st.Van Riper) 2nd. Holt-42-F-W-head-farmer-
widow (of ?? and William Holt)-12 children, 11 living-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
William Holt-12-M-W-son-at school-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Mary Holt-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Ernest Holt-8-M-W-son-at school-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Lutelles Holt-7-M-W-son-at school-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Robina Holt-5-F-W-daughter-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Robert Holt-4-M-W-son-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Erma Holt-2-F-W-daughter-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
John Holt-21-M-W-stepson-farme laborer-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Harry Holt-18-M-W-stepson-laborer,odd jobs-single-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Myrtle Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-servant,privite family-single-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
Alive Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-servant,privite family-single-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
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1910
Pennsylvania
Fayette County
German Township (sub division 2)-ward 2
Roll T624-1345
district 34
page 122a, sheet 34, image 67, May 12
30 Palmer Street 

520-527
Brice Van Riper-21-M-W-head-printer-married 2yrs.-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
Rachael (nee Maust) Van Riper-19-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-1 child-1 living-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
Brice E.(Edward) Van Riper-11months-M-W-son-
b.June 1,1909-b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
-(Brice E.died July 18, 1982, Alameda,California)-
-(in the US Marines 1930, Prince William County,Virginia)
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1910
Pennsylvania
Fayette County
RedstoneTownship, precinct No.1
Roll T624-1346
district 64
page 124b, sheet 7, image 15, April 21 

85-85
John F. Smith-67-M-W-head-truck farm-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1866
Adelia Smith-27-F-W-daughter-single-house keeper-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.Pa..
Charles Smith-1-M-W-grandson-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Italy-Mo.b.Pa..
Fred (Vansyier)Van Riper-24-M-W-grandson-truck farm-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Adelia Calvin-6-F-W-granddaugter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Robina Baker-1-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Fayette County
Washington township
Roll T624-1347
district 89
page 75a, sheet 7, image 12, April 23 

121-130
John W. Van Riper-42-M-W-head-coal miner-married 20yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
(1900 says b.N.J..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..)
Charlotte Van Riper-43-F-W-wife-married 29yrs.-8 children, 6 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Arthur Van Riper-17-M-W-son-coal miner-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
William Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Myrtle Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Mildred Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Roy Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
—————————————-
1910
Pennsylvania
Northumberland
Milton, ward 3
Roll T624-
district 74
page 257a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15 

50 Poplar St. 

26-26
Daniel Johnson-64-M-W-head-carpenter-2nd marriage, 23yrs.-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Amy Johnson-47-F-W-wife-1st marriage, 23 yrs.-7 children, 7 living-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Parson Johnson-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Mabel Johnson-12-F-W-son-at school-
Earl Johnson-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Harold Johnson-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Lila Vanriper-20-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Clinton County
Renovo
Roll T624-1332
district 23
page 117b, sheet 4, image 8, April 18
1306 Erie Avenue 

76-76
Margaret Allen-47-F-W-head-own income-widow-3 children, 3 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Stella L. Allen-15-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Viola J. Klaiber-18-F-W-daughter-married 1yr.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Sebastian Klaiber-22-M-W-son in law-brakeman, railroad yard-married 1yr.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Francis A. Klaiber-6 months-M-W-grandson-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
George E. Van Riper-26-M-W-son-tank repairman, railroad shop-married 2yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Delaware County
Chester, ward 10
Roll T624-1339
district 124
page 227a, sheet 6, image 11,
West 9th Street 

98-98
Charles P. Van Riper-56-head-truck,famer-2nd. marriage 20yrs.-
(son of Harmon J. b.N.J..and Catharine b.Mi..)
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Mi..
Anna E. Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-1st marriage 20yrs.-7 children, 6 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Harry F. Van Riper-19-M-W-son-moulder, steel mill-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Ethel L. Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Edith M. Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school–
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mary E. Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Frank R. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Bessie D. Van Riper 2 daughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Albert Shockley-21-M-W-lodger-crane-married 2yrs.-
b.Delaware-Fa.b.Dalaware-M.b.Delaware
Gertrude Shockley-18-F-W-lodger-steel mill-married 2yrs.
b.Delaware-Fa.b.Dalaware-M.b.Delaware
Lilian G Shockley-1-F-W-lodger-
b.Delaware-Fa.b.Dalaware-M.b.Delaware
——————————-
1910
Pennsylvania
Erie County
Girard Township
Town of Girard
Roll T624-1343
district 111
page 165a, sheet 1, image 1, April 15
Hall Avenue 

8-8
Francis M Bowen-71-M-W-head-carpenter, house-2nd marriage 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Salina M. Bowen-65-F-W-wife-1st marriage 40yrs.-6 children, 6 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Lorinda L. Bowen-24-F-W-daughter-printer, printing office-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Lydia L. Badger-30-F-W-daughter-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
John H. Badger-31-M-W-son in law-wood worker,novelty works-married 1yr.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Michael J. Van Riper-61-M-W-boarder-widow-inspector, Rake and Hoe Co.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia County
Philadelphia, ward 42
Roll T624-1411
district 1061
page 128b, sheet 10, image 20, April 21
4501 

233-247
Chas C. Van Riper-45-M-W-head-real estate-married 18yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ella B. Van Riper-40-F-W-wife-married 18yrs-0 children-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mary A. Bakei (looks like Baker)-86-F-W-mother in law-own imcome-widow-2 children, 2 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Dorcas W. Cobb (1900 says Colt)-92-F-W-aunt-own income-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Washington County
West Brownsville
Roll T624-1427
district 253
page 268a, sheet 10, image 19, May 3
Middle Street 

 

188-213
Jasper O. Van Riper-43-M-W-head-miner, coal mine-married 19yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ellen (nee-Ferguson) Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married-19yrs.-8 children, 8 living-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
Margaret Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-operator, telephone-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Sarah Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Ellen Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter–at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Hugh Van Riper-13-M-W-son–at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Lucy Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter–at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Jennie Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter–at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Orland Van Riper-7-M-W-son- -at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Iva Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
Hugh Ferguson-73-M-W-father in law-widow-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
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Sept. 8, 2009

 

Van Riper 1910 Census, Pennsylvania

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Pennsylvania
=================================
1910
Pennsylvania
Bradford County
Sayre, ward 2
Roll T624-1318
district 29
page 237b, sheet 15, image 30, April 23
105 

354-366
Eva M. (nee Van Riper) Rumsey-48-F-W-head-own income-widow-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bernice L. Rumsey-22-F-W-daughter-teacher, public school-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ira G. Rumsey-19-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maud E. Rumsey-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Van Riper-33-M-W-brother-carpenter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James H. Crouch-48-M-W-boarder-laborer, RR shop-married 16yrs.-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-Immigrated 1888
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1910
Pennsylvania
Bradford County
Sayre, ward 3
Roll T624-1318
district 30
page 252a , sheet 10, image 19, April 28
120 Third Street 

185-193
Harry Van Riper-38-M-W-head-carpenter-married 13yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Myrtle Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-3 childen,3 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Floyd Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Stella Van Riper-9-F-W-Daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Clare Van Riper-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Bradford County
Sayre, ward 3
Roll T624-1318
district 30
page 253a, sheet 11, image 21, April 30
117 South Street 

204-212
Floyd E. Van Riper-25-M-W-head-brakeman,railroad-married 3yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Lena M. Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Harry A. Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Charlot R. Van Riper-F-W-10 months-daughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Bradford County
Sayre Borough, ward 3
Roll T624-1318
district 30
page 253b, sheet 11, image 22, April 30
401 Shephard Street 

216-224
Theodore D. Werts-40-M-W-head-carpenter-married 15yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Minie L. (nee Van Riper) Werts-38-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-2 children, 0 ilving-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Edward Van Riper-70-M-W-father in law-carpenter-2nd. marriage 44yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Robie M. Van Riper-55-F-W-mother in law-1st marriage 44yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Chester County
New Garden Township
Roll T624-1328
district 39
page 232b, sheet 7, image 14, April 23
Newark Road 

146-150
Garrett L. Van Riper-56-M-W-head-florest, greenhouse farm-marreid 19yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Margaret Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 19yrs.-0 children-
b.Canada-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
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1910
Pennsylvania
Crawford County
Meadville Ward 2
Roll T624-1333
district 21
page 132b, sheet 6, image 12,
502 North Street 

139-162
Cathrine Fix-64-F-W-head-own income-widow-4 children, 3 living-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1862
George Fix-40-M-W-laborer,cement blocks-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Catherine (nee Fix) Van Riper-28-F-W-daughter-married 4yrs.-0 children-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Augustus Van Riper-30-M-W-son in law-merchant, iceman-married 4yrs.-
(son of Aaron and Mary E. Van Riper)
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Maud Stern-24-F-W-neice-stenographer-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Germany
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1910
Pennsylvania
Crawford County
Meadville City, Ward 4
Roll T624-1333
district 24
page 178b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
932 Market Street 

21-22
Anna Van Riper-70-F-W-head-widow (of Henry-b.N.J..)-9 children, 7 living-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Irleand-immigrated 1848
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1910
Pennsylvania
Crawford County
West Mead Township
Meadville City, ward 5
Roll T624-1333
district 25
page 212a, sheet 5, image 9, April 19
115 Lincoln Avenue 

95-101
Aaron Van Riper-58-M-W-head-engineer,street railway-married 36yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-56-F-W-wife-married 36yrs., 4 children, 4 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Ruth Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
Cammille (nee Van Riper) Heim-23-F-W-daughter-married 3yr.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Crawford County
Meadville City, ward 5
Roll T624-1333
district 25
page 211a, sheet 4, image 7, April 17
327 Lincoln Avenue 

76-81
James Mc Kenna-72-M-W-head-own income-married 42yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Mary Mc Kenna-72-F-W-wife-married 42yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Maggie (Margaret) Mc Kenna-38-F-W-daughter-labeller, distillery-single
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Mc Kenna-36-F-W-daughter-labeller, distillery-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Theresa (nee Mc Kenna) Van Riper-40-F-W-daughter-dressmaker,at home-married 18yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anita Van Riper-16-F-W-granddaughter-stenographer, steroscope works-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Pauline Van Riper-9-F-W-granddaughter-at school-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Leona (nee Mc Kenna) Boyle-32-F-W-daughter-developing, stereopitician viewer-married 4yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marie Boyle-3-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Dauphin County
Harrisburg, ward 5
Roll T624-1336
district 67
page 203a, sheet 2, image 3, April 16
302 Cumberland Street 

23-25
Charles F. Zell-24-M-W-head-barber shop-married 3 yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mary Zell-23-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Dorthy F. Zell-2-F-W-daughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Ben A. Van Riper-28-M-W-boarder-moulder, machine shop-married less the 1yr.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mertie Van Riper-25-F-W-sister in law-married less the 1yr.-0 children-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Erie County
Erie, ward 3
Roll T624-1342
district 87
page 57a, sheet 11, image 21, April 27
East Eigth Street 

block 800
Sister M. Victoria Van Riper-28-F-W-subject-teacher,academy-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
Pennsylvania
Fayette County
Luzerne Township-north and West
Roll T624-1244
district 44
page 240a, sheet 6, image 11, April 26 

91-101
Emma (nee ??-1st.Van Riper) 2nd. Holt-42-F-W-head-farmer-
widow (of ?? and William Holt)-12 children, 11 living-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
William Holt-12-M-W-son-at school-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Mary Holt-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Ernest Holt-8-M-W-son-at school-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Lutelles Holt-7-M-W-son-at school-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Robina Holt-5-F-W-daughter-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Robert Holt-4-M-W-son-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
Erma Holt-2-F-W-daughter-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.P.A.
John Holt-21-M-W-stepson-farme laborer-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Harry Holt-18-M-W-stepson-laborer,odd jobs-single-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Myrtle Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-servant,privite family-single-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
Alive Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-servant,privite family-single-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
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1910
Pennsylvania
Fayette County
German Township (sub division 2)-ward 2
Roll T624-1345
district 34
page 122a, sheet 34, image 67, May 12
30 Palmer Street 

520-527
Brice Van Riper-21-M-W-head-printer-married 2yrs.-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
Rachael (nee Maust) Van Riper-19-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-1 child-1 living-
b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
Brice E.(Edward) Van Riper-11months-M-W-son-
b.June 1,1909-b. Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.P.A.
-(Brice E.died July 18, 1982, Alameda,California)-
-(in the US Marines 1930, Prince William County,Virginia)
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1910
Pennsylvania
Fayette County
RedstoneTownship, precinct No.1
Roll T624-1346
district 64
page 124b, sheet 7, image 15, April 21 

85-85
John F. Smith-67-M-W-head-truck farm-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1866
Adelia Smith-27-F-W-daughter-single-house keeper-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.Pa..
Charles Smith-1-M-W-grandson-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Italy-Mo.b.Pa..
Fred (Vansyier)Van Riper-24-M-W-grandson-truck farm-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Adelia Calvin-6-F-W-granddaugter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Robina Baker-1-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Fayette County
Washington township
Roll T624-1347
district 89
page 75a, sheet 7, image 12, April 23 

121-130
John W. Van Riper-42-M-W-head-coal miner-married 20yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
(1900 says b.N.J..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..)
Charlotte Van Riper-43-F-W-wife-married 29yrs.-8 children, 6 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Arthur Van Riper-17-M-W-son-coal miner-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
William Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Myrtle Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Mildred Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Roy Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Northumberland
Milton, ward 3
Roll T624-
district 74
page , sheet , image
50 Poplar St. 

26-26
Daniel Johnson-64-M-W-head-carpenter-2nd marriage, 23yrs.-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Amy Johnson-47-F-W-wife-1st marriage, 23 yrs.-7 children, 7 living-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Parson Johnson-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Mabel Johnson-12-F-W-son-at school-
Earl Johnson-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Harold Johnson-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
Lila Vanriper-20-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.J…b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Clinton County
Renovo
Roll T624-1332
district 23
page 117b, sheet 4, image 8, April 18
1306 Erie Avenue 

76-76
Margaret Allen-47-F-W-head-own income-widow-3 children, 3 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Stella L. Allen-15-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Viola J. Klaiber-18-F-W-daughter-married 1yr.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Sebastian Klaiber-22-M-W-son in law-brakeman, railroad yard-married 1yr.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Francis A. Klaiber-6 months-M-W-grandson-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
George E. Van Riper-26-M-W-son-tank repairman, railroad shop-married 2yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Delaware County
Chester, ward 10
Roll T624-1339
district 124
page 227a, sheet 6, image 11,
West 9th Street 

98-98
Charles P. Van Riper-56-head-truck,famer-2nd. marriage 20yrs.-
(son of Harmon J. b.N.J..and Catharine b.Mi..)
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Mi..
Anna E. Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-1st marriage 20yrs.-7 children, 6 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Harry F. Van Riper-19-M-W-son-moulder, steel mill-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Ethel L. Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Edith M. Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school–
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mary E. Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Frank R. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Bessie D. Van Riper 2 daughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Albert Shockley-21-M-W-lodger-crane-married 2yrs.-
b.Delaware-Fa.b.Dalaware-M.b.Delaware
Gertrude Shockley-18-F-W-lodger-steel mill-married 2yrs.
b.Delaware-Fa.b.Dalaware-M.b.Delaware
Lilian G Shockley-1-F-W-lodger-
b.Delaware-Fa.b.Dalaware-M.b.Delaware
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1910
Pennsylvania
Erie County
Girard Township
Town of Girard
Roll T624-1343
district 111
page 165a, sheet 1, image 1, April 15
Hall Avenue 

8-8
Francis M Bowen-71-M-W-head-carpenter, house-2nd marriage 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Salina M. Bowen-65-F-W-wife-1st marriage 40yrs.-6 children, 6 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Lorinda L. Bowen-24-F-W-daughter-printer, printing office-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Lydia L. Badger-30-F-W-daughter-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
John H. Badger-31-M-W-son in law-wood worker,novelty works-married 1yr.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Michael J. Van Riper-61-M-W-boarder-widow-inspector, Rake and Hoe Co.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia County
Philadelphia, ward 42
Roll T624-1411
district 1061
page 128b, sheet 10, image 20, April 21
4501 

233-247
Chas C. Van Riper-45-M-W-head-real estate-married 18yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ella B. Van Riper-40-F-W-wife-married 18yrs-0 children-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mary A. Bakei (looks like Baker)-86-F-W-mother in law-own imcome-widow-2 children, 2 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Dorcas W. Cobb (1900 says Colt)-92-F-W-aunt-own income-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
Pennsylvania
Washington County
West Brownsville
Roll T624-1427
district 253
page 268a, sheet 10, image 19, May 3
Middle Street 

 

188-213
Jasper O. Van Riper-43-M-W-head-miner, coal mine-married 19yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ellen (nee-Ferguson) Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married-19yrs.-8 children, 8 living-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
Margaret Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-operator, telephone-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Sarah Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Ellen Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter–at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Hugh Van Riper-13-M-W-son–at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Lucy Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter–at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Jennie Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter–at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Orland Van Riper-7-M-W-son- -at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Scotland
Iva Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
Hugh Ferguson-73-M-W-father in law-widow-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
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May 19, 2009

 

Van Riper 1910 census, New York State, Wayne, Westchester, and Yates Counties

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
NEW YORK STATE 

Wayne, Westchester, and Yates Counties 

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1910
New York State
Wayne County
Galen Township
Clyde Village
Roll 624-1094
district 130
page 111b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
78 Columbia Street 

23-25
Ira P. Buckley-39-M-W-head-bus driver-married 16yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella M Buckley-49-F-W-wife-married 16yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fred Buckley-24-M-W-son-extract maker, extract factiory-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lee H. Buckley-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Esther R. Buckley-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Van Riper-45-M-W-hired man, odd jobs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
Westchester County
Rye Township
Port Chester Village
Roll 624-1092
district 121
page 185b, sheet 9, image 18, April 25
344 Locust Avenue 

130-166
Peter Van Riper-33-M-W-head-engineer-married 10yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Scotland-
Elizabeth E. Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Evelyn A. Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George S. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
Westchester County
New Rochelle, ward 3
Roll 624-1091
district 90
page 201a, sheet 6, image 11, April 15
95 Elk Avenue 

99-100
Spencer R. Travis-54-M-W-head-salesman, dry goods-married 34yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma A. (nee Van Riper) Travis-53-F-W-wife-married 34yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary C. Van Riper-78-F-W-mother in law-widow, 2 child, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jessie Travis-89-M-W-father-2 children-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
Yates County
Italy Town
Roll 624-1075
district 174
page 146b, sheet 1, image 2, n/a 

22-23
Edgar J. Van Riper-55-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 30yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie Van Riper-54-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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April 9, 2009

 

1910 Van Riper Census-Suffolk, Tioga, and Tompkins Counties-New York State

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
NEW YORK STATE
Suffolk, Tioga, and Tompkins Counties
=======================================================
1910
New York
Suffolk County
Babylon
Village of Amityville
Roll 624-1081
district 142
page 86b, sheet 9, image 18, April 23
Bunswick Home 

140-141
William Van Riper-29yrs.-M-W-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Suffolk County
Islip Township
Roll 624-1082
district 1371
page 64a, sheet 14, image 23, April 22 

217-219
Sophia J. Warden-55-F-W-head-dressmaker-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Denmark-Mo.b.Germany
Batella Gorman-21-F-W-boarder-teacher-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Serene Van Riper-29-F-W-boarder-teacher-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
=====================================================
1910
New York
Tioga County
Barton Township
Waverly Village
Roll 624-1084
district 140
page 4a, sheet 4, image 6, April 19
28 Ithaca Street 

54-58
Nelson H. Lyons-63-M-W-head-farmer-married 33yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Amelia (nee Richards) Lyons-53-F-W-wife-married 33yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Richards-86-F-W-mother in law-widow-(of John)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.n/a
Edna Van Riper-13-F-W-neice-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
New York
Tioga County
Nichols Township
Roll 624-1084
district 153
page 152b, sheet 9, image 17, April 26 

179-186
Josephine Steward-57-F-W-head-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-43-M-W-brother in law-farmer, rented farm-6 children, 4 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
(wife of William is/was Alelea (nee Steward) Van Riper)
Mary Van Riper-16-F-W-neice-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rose Van Riper-15-F-W-neice-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nellie Van Riper-9-F-W-neice-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Stacy Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bert Ball-23-M-W-servant-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
——————————————————
1910
New York
Tioga County
Owego Township
Roll 624-1084
district 155
page 175b, sheet 9, image 18, May 4 

231-268
Fred H. Van Riper-52-M-W-head-farmer-married 31yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Myra L. Van Riper-53-F-W-wife-married 31ys.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo..N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-28-M-W-son-odd jobs-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————
1910
New York
Tioga County
Owego Township
Roll 624-1084
district 155
page 176a, sheet 10, image 19, May 4 

242-249
Maurice Van Riper-83-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-widow (of Mary Ann)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Tioga County
Spencer Township
Roll 624-1084
district 163
page 263a, sheet 13, image 13, May 4 

88-88
Charles M. Van Riper-46-M-W-head-farmer-married 17yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bertha S.(nee Forsythe) Van Riper-36-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-4 children,4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Cleon H. Van Riper-15-M-W-son-farmer-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Pearl I. Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ruby Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Helen Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary A. Forsythe-72-F-W-mother in law-widow (of Henry)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
=====================================================
1910
New York
Tompkins County
Town of Danby
Roll 624-1083
district 169
page 241a, sheet 2, image 3, April 18 

25-26
Rollin S. Van Riper-25-M-W-head-farmer, general farming-married less the 1yr.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mila Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married less the 1yr.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Tompkins County
Newfield Town
Roll 624-1083
district 193
page 274b, sheet 3, image 6, April 20 

 

76-84
Horace A. Van Riper-65-M-W-head-farmer, truck farm-2nd marriage-2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ina E. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ralph C. Van Riper-25-M-W-son-salesman, commercial-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
====================================================
April 3, 2009

 

1910 Van Riper Census-Richmond, Rockland and Steuben Counties

1910 

VAN RIPER 

Federal Census 

New York State 

Richmond, Rockland and Steuben Counties
=========================================
1910
New York
Richmond County
Richmond, ward 2
Thompkinsville
Roll 624-1073
district 1316
page 47b, sheet 6, image 12,
85 Hammond Street 

68-113
William Van Riper-46-M-W-head-builder, contractor-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
James Van Riper-42-M-W-brother-mason, contractor-married 4yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Edith Van Riper-42-F-W-sister in law-married 4yrs-1 child, 1 living-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1876
Isabella Van Riper-3-F-W-niece-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Germany
Isabella (nee Van Riper) Plaming-37-F-W-sister-widow-(married 14yrs.)-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Germany
Elena Plaming-18-F-W-niece-dressmaker-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wilbert Plaming-16-M-W-nephew-bookkeeper, grocery-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Smith-65-F-W-aunt-clerk, office-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lydia Jones-47-F-W-sister-widow-widow-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Blaned-49-M-W-lodger-engineer, construction-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Jane Van Riper-75-F-W-mother-widow-7children, 7 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
==========================================
1910
New York State
Rockland County
Roll 624-953
district 118
page 215a, sheet 26, image 40, May21
Airmont to Nyack Turnpike 

3-2
George H. Wanemaker-32-M-W-head-worker, farm-2nd marriage 11yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mamie Wanemaker-29-F-W-wife-married 11yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
George Wanemaker-5-M-W-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Walter Van Riper-14-M-W-boarder-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bertha Sears-7-F-W-boarder-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
————————————-
1910
New York State
Rockland County
Town of Ramapo
Roll 624-953
district-160
page 295b, sheet 9, image 17, May
Saddle River Road 

17-17
Hannah J. White-36-F-B-head-laundress-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank White-25-M-B-brother-laborer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ida White-21-F-B-sister-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eliza Van Riper-75-F-B-aunt-widow-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
==============================================
1910
New York
Steuben County
Cohocton Township
Cohocton Village
Roll 624-1080
district 110
page 57a, sheet 4, image 7, April 18 

64-99
Mary Ella Van Riper-62-F-W-head-own income-widow-6 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Steuben County
Cohocton Township
Roll 624-1080
district 111
page , sheet 3, image 6, April 19
Naples Street 

54-54
Jas. E. Van Riper-61-M-W-head-mason, buildings-married 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Francina M. Van Riper-59-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jerry Van Riper-36-M-W-son-mason, buildings-married 16yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fanny Van Riper-15-F-W-grand daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————–
1910
New York
Steuben County
Wayland Township
Wayland Village
Roll 624-1080
district 162
page 238b, sheet 3, image 6, April 18
East Naples Street 

81-89
Charles Van Riper-33-M-W-head-barber, own shop-married 13yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marguerette Van Riper-36-F-W-married 13yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma Van Riper-10-F-W-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
—————————————————-
1910
New York
Steuben County
Wayland Township
Wayland Village
Roll T624-1080
distrct 162
Page 239a, sheet 4 ,image 7, April 18
Naples Street 

 

84-89
Henry Van Riper-40-M-W-head-barber, own shop-married 16yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lizzie Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 16yrs-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lloyd Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Howard Van Rifer-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
=======================================================
April 2, 2009

 

1910 Van Riper Census, Seneca County, New York State

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
NEW YORK STATE 

SENECA County 

==========================================
1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 23a, sheet 1, image 1, April 10
Fayette Street 

2-3
Theodore Van Riper-56-M-W-head-plumber, own shop-widow (of Emma)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.Ireland
Florence L. Van Riper-25-F-W-daughter-stenographer, clerks office-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
Hazel C. Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-house keeper-at home-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
Lesbanch A. Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-stenographer, telephone-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
———————————————————–
1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo Village, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 25a, sheet 3, image 5, April 18
Washington Street 

67-73
Catharine J. Van Riper-83-F-W-head-widow (of Peter G.)-2 children, 2 living-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland -immigrated 1832(1900 says 1842)
James E. William-62-M-W-son in law-carpenter, house and barn-2nd marriage-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1857
Evalena T. S. (nee Van Riper) William-61-F-W-daughter-2nd marriage 29yrs.-3 Children, 2 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
———————————————-
1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo Village, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 27a, sheet 5, image 9, April 20
River Street 

131-139
Charles B. Van Riper-36-M-W-head-laboer, coal yard-married 9yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
Amma M. Van Riper-36-F-W-wife-married 9yrs-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
———————————————
1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 31a, sheet 9, image 5, April 27
Belles Road 

208-219
Elmer G. Van Riper-30-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 3yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
Minnie (Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 3yrs-1 child,1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.England
Bertha A. Van Riper-1 month-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
——————————————————————-
1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Roll 624-1081
district 69
page 35a, sheet 1, image 1, April 16
Burroughs Road 

62-62
Wm. Van Riper-29-M-W-head-farmer-married 9yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Grace Van Riper-30-F-W-wife-married 9yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Beatrice Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
————————————-
1910
New York
Seneca County
Junius, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 71
page 60a, sheet 9, image 17, May 6 

220-220
Homer Van Riper-29-M-W-head-farmer-married 1yr.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Bertha Van Riper-19-F-W-wife-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
——————————————
1910
New York
Seneca County
Seneca Falls, ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 82
page 194a, sheet 18, image 33, April 28
Mount Road 

389-399
Walter D. Updyke-41-M-W-head-farmer, home-married 20yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Harriet Updyke-43-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.,0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Edith M. Updyke-15-F-W-adopted daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Richard Van Riper-14-M-W-boarder-farm laborer-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Seneca Falls, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 83
page 289a, sheet 14, image 27, May 2
Canal Road 

283-293
Herbert Watte-33-M-W-head-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Mabel (nee Van Riper) Watte-26-F-W-wife-married widow 6yrs-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..-
Sarah Van Riper-73-F-W-mother in law-widow (of Richard)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..-
Jiles Hubbard-18-M-W-servant-farm hand-single-6 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..-
——————————————–
1910
New York
Seneca County
Roll 624-1081
district 86
page 239a, sheet 5, image 9, April 25
Branch of Black Brook Road 

116-116
Grove Van Riper-38-M-W-head-farmer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
John Van Riper-27-M-W-brother-farmer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Burnelia Van Riper-63-F-W-mother-widow(of Seth)-5 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
———————————————–
1910
New York
Seneca County
Varick Township
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 246a, sheet 2, image 3,
Rendaia Street 

32-34
Jay H. Van Riper-38-M-W-head-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Pearl M. Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Linley S. Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Ovan J. Vanriper-8 months-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
(VanRiper, Linley S, b.1905, d.1967 Mount Pleasant Cemetery-Seneca)
————————————————–
1910
New York
Seneca County
Varick
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 253b-254a, sheet 9-10, image 19, May 2
Reservation Road 

244-255
Edgar (1900 says Edward) Van Riper Jr.-66-M-W-head-own income-married 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Frances (nee Sweezy) Van Riper-64-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-4 children-4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Bert B. Van Riper-36-M-W-son-general farm-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Ernest N. Van Riper-27-M-W-son-general farm-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
—————————————————
1910
New York
Seneca County
Verick Township
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 254b, sheet 10, image 20, May 4
Reservation 

267-278
Peter H. Van Riper-79-M-W-head-farmer-2nd marriage 17yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Fannie L. Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-1 child-0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
—————————————————
1910
New York
Seneca County
Verick
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 256a, sheet 12, image 23, May 11 


311-312
Leroy E. Van Riper-34-M-W-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Satie V. Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ida F. Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace E. Van Riper-2-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Barton L. Van riper-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 276b, sheet 4, image 8, April 20
Virginia Street 

96-98
Orsa P. Van Riper-40-M-W-head-painter and paper hanger,house-married 14yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charlotte Van Riper-37-F-W-F-W-wife-married 14yrs-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Raymond S. Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Stanley Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Donald Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Willis Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ernie Rheingold-18-M-W-boarder-salesman, notion store-single-
b.Austria-Fa.b.Austria-Mo.b.Austria-immigrated 1901
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 251b, sheet 9, image 18, April 27
Elizabeth Street 

234-244
John G. Van Riper-49-M-W-head-laborer-married 31yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. Van Riper-48-F-W-wife-married-7 children, 7 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary J. Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-single-woolen mill-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Silvers Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Village Township
Waterloo Village
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 282b, sheet 10, image 20, April 28
Elisha Street 

267-278
Julia Van Riper-71-F-W-head-own income-widow-5 children, 4 living-
(widow of Stephen Vreeland Van Riper -son of Peter Van Riper and Maria Vreeland)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lottie Van Riper-39-F-W-daughter-single-
b.b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 291a, sheet 3, image 5, April 21
195 Elisha Street 

65-68
Silvers Van Riper-50-M-W-head-hostler, private family-2nd marriage 13yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma J. Van Riper-50-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 13yrs.-1 child- 0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lester Marshall-14-M-W-nephew-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 239b, sheet 5, image 10, April 23
Swift Street 

126-
John B. Van Riper-65-M-W-head-contractor, mason work-married 38yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Margaret M. Van Riper-69-F-W-wife-married married 38yrs.-9 children, 7 living-
b.Maine-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Nancy M. Van Riper-34-F-W-daughter-woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
John Van Riper Jr.-25-M-W-son-mason, stone-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Albert G. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-apprentis, stone mason-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Elizabeth E Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-spooler, woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Elize G. Van Riper-67-F-W-sister-winder, woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 300b, sheet 12, image 24,
Main Street 

 

314-535
Mary M.Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-widow (of william)-8 children, 7 living-
( 1900 says b. N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland)
Katharine Vanriper- 20 daughter-sales lady, store-single-
b.1879 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-23-daughter-sales lady, store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Thomas Van Riper-21-son-machine-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Warren Van Riper-19- son-salesman,clothing store-at school-single-
b. N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Mar.28, 2009

 

Van Riper- 1910 census ,Queens County, New York State

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
NEW YORK STATE
Queens County 

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1910
New York
Queens County
Borough of Queens, ward 1
Roll 624-1063
district 1145
page 7, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
48 Vernon Avneue 

77-149 (two family house)
Eliza A. Van Riper-40-F-B-head-laundress, privite family-2nd marrage,12yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.North Carolina-Fa.b.North Carolina-Mo.b.North Carolina
Cathy Van Riper-11-F-M-adopted daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.U.S.A.-Mo.b.U.S.A..
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1910
New York
Queens County
Borough of Queens, ward 1
Roll 624-1063
district 1149
page 87b, sheet 7, image 14, April 20
22 Ely Avenue 

76-159
John Van Riper-73-M-W-head-plasterer,own shop-married 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sarah F. Van Riper-72-F-W-wife-married 49yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Elwood R. Van Riper-37-M-W-son-plasterer,own shop-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Newland J. Van Riper-35-M-W-son-plasterer,own shop-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Queens County
Borough of Queens City, ward 3
Roll 624-1065
district 1282
page 135b, sheet 6, image 12, May 26
1st Street 

116-174
Albert M. Van Riper-39-M-W-head-builder, carpenter-married 16yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Isabella Van Riper-38-F-W-wife-married 16yrs.-6 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
Austin M. Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
George S. Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Douglas Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Isabella Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Albert A. Van Riper-1 month-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Queens County
Borough of Queens
Roll 624-1068
district 1240
page 8a-8b, sheet 6, image 11-12, April 21
1017 Jamaica Avenue 

105-141 (three family house)
John Van Riper-40-M-W-head-clerk, telephone co..-married 4yr.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bertha H. Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married 4yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Milton Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
Walter H. Van Riper-1-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
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Mar.26,2009

 

Mt Hebron Cemetery

 

Cards include Interment # but no date as to when. 

Address -does not say if that is where the person last lived or that is where person died. 

Does not mentioned if married-widow or single. 

Does not tell where born. 

No grave numbers

 

Martin is the Lot Owner. No maiden name for Caroline. 

Buried : 

 

y=years 

m=months 

d=days 

#=interment 

ist row-( stones right to left from Cemetery road) 

Mount Hebron Cemetery 

Section F Lot 1 

1-Martin Van Riper-37y6m5d-no town giving-Mar. 31, 1853-no internment # 

2-Caroline Van Riper-76y-6m0d-Brooklyn,N.Y..-Aug. 13,1886-no internment #-paralysis 

3-Marietta Van Riper-68y-New York City-Sept. 26, 1908-#1562-Hemorrhage 

4-Anna H. Van Riper-64y5m1d-New York City-Feb.12, 1912-#1905 

5-Charles Van Riper-(listed but no information) 

6-Anna Van Riper-1y1m25d-New York-Oct.28,1881-no internment # 

7-Ellen Van Riper-0y2m20d-Oct.26, 1877-no internment # 

8-Matilda Van Riper-2y5m0d-Oct.23, 1875-no internment # 

back row (stones right to left Cemetery road) 

9-Josiah Van Riper-70y-3m-20d-Utica N.Y.-May 27, 1916-Dysentery–#2366-Yock and Smith 

10-Augusta B. Van Riper-32y0m0d-New York City-May 25, 1884-no internment #- Brights Disease 

11-Martin E. Van Riper-33y-8m0d-New York City-Dec.9,1909-#1675 

12-Harriett Abbot -85y-Paramus,N.J.-Aug.9,1964-#10718-Gen Arteriosclerosis-Earl I. Vorhees-rough box 

Base of marker for Augusta and Martin ordered removed and set flush by Mrs. Langstrol,daughter of Harriett (nee Abbott )Van Riper 

George Van Riper 

 

Fair Lawn, NJ

18-02-2009

Van Riper 1910 Census, New York County, New York State

VAN RIPER 

New York State 

New York County 

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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 30
Roll 624-996
district 1403
page 111b, sheet 17, image 34, April 30
420 East 135 Street 

102-525
William O’Gorman-44-M-W-head-publisher, music corp.-married 13yrs.-
Addie O’Gorman-37-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia E. O’Gorman-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
Gertrude A. O’Gorman-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lavinia Van Riper-45-F-W-cousin-clerk, drug store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
New York City
Bronx Assembly District
Roll 624-996
district 1411
page 1b, sheet 1, image 2, April 16
367 Walton Avenue 

8-14
Charles Van Riper-67-head-own income-2nd marriage 19yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Laura F. Van Riper-65-wife 2nd marriage 19yrs.-0 children-
(1900 Shows Laura married to John Van Riper-2 children living)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ann L. Ireland-62-F-W-servant-house keeper-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Bronx Assembly, district 32
Roll 624-997
district 775
page 79b, sheet 10, image 20, April 27
523 Fenton Avenue 

107-217
William R. Van Riper-48-M-W-head-carpenter, stage-married 24yrs,-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William H. Van Riper-16-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Bronx Assembly, district 32
Roll 624-998
district 1464
page 113b, sheet 9, image 18, April 29
1411 

165-179
Josiah P. Van Riper-63-M-W-head-married 41yrs.-clerk, hardware store-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie H. Van Riper-62-F-W-wife-married 41yrs.-7 children-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1849
Herbert S. Coxin-13-M-W-grandson-at school-
b.N.J..Feb.1897-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 32
New York City
Roll 624-998
district 1468
page 151a, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
16 Westchester Square 

110-148
Frank P. Van Riper-31-M-W-head-proprietor, hardware store-married 8 yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annabella D. Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edith D. Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Louise H. Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emily Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-4months-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————-
1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly district 34 

district 1581
745 East 179th Street 

45-84
Jacob S.Van Ripper-77-M-W-head-retired-married 48 yrs.-
b.June 1832 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sarah E. Van Ripper-70-F-W-wife-married 48yrs.-7 children, 2 living-
b.Feb.1838 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Nova Scotia
Albert Hunter-33-M-W-son in law-bricklayer,building-married 4yrs.-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1881
Edna (nee Van Ripper) Hunter-32-F-W-daughter-married 4yrs.-0 children-
b. Sept.1874 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence Kerstetter-25-F-W-granddaughter-stenographer, wholesale hardware-
b.April 1885 N.Y.-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wm. H. Fisher-57-??????(67)M-W-boarder-mauf. medicine-widow-
b.May 1842 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.Holland
————————————————-
1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 34
Roll 624-1002
district 1581
page 102a, sheet 5, image 9, April 16
745 East 179th Street 

45-85
Charles Van Ripper-37-head-proprietor,hardware store-married 15yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maude O. (nee Denan) Van Ripper-35-F-W-wife- married 15yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence I. Van Ripper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Robert Denan-80-M-W-father in law-widow-
b.Canada-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada-immigrated 1847
Martha De Boer-35-F-W-boarder-single-
b.Holland-fa.b.Holland-Mo.b.Holland
———————————————————————–
1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 35
Roll 624-1002
district 1588
page 83b, sheet 10, image 20, April 23
110 East 159th Street 

114-708 (apartment house)
William R. Van Riper-34-M-W-head-electrical foreman, subway-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Georgia-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-60-F-W-mother-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
——————————————–
1910
New York State
New York County
Bourogh of New York
Roll 624-1002
Bronx Assembly District 35
district 1596
page 84a, sheet 11, image 21, April 23
479 East 16th Street 

32-232 (6 family building)
Eccles G. Van Riper-68-M-W-own income-2nd marriage 15yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-36-F-W-wife-1st marriage 15yrs.-
b.Austria-Fa.b.Austria-Mo.b.Austria
—————————————————-
1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 9
Roll 624-1006
district 166
page 83b, sheet 10, image 20, April 26
636 Washington street 

99-197
Sylvester Van Riper-35-M-W-head-steam fitter-married 4yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Germany
Elizabeth Van Riper-25-F-W-married 4yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Germany
Edward Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Evelyn Van Riper-3months-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
————————————————–
1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 9
Roll 624-1006
district 155
page 22a, sheet 2, image 3, April
193 West 10th Street 

7-45
Charles Van Riper-21-M-W-head-bookkeeper, steamship co.-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia Van Riper-49-F-W-mother-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
————————————————–
1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1022
district 542
page 194a, sheet 17, image 33, 

Grace D. Van Riper-55-F-W-head-widow (of Cornelius H.)-4 children-4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eugene S. Van Riper-35-M-W-son-clerk, realestate- married-1 child, 0 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace B. Van Riper-26-F-W-daughter-church singer-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Madeleine L. Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
David R. Scott-42-M-W-lodger-single-poduce, merchant-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland-immigated 1879
—————————————————–
1910
New York State
New York County
Roll 624-1022
district 553
page 36a, sheet 8, image 15, April 20
114 101st Street 

Mary Van Riper-32-F-W-head-nurse, privet family-widow-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
William Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York State
Manhattan, ward 12
New York County
Roll 624-1023
district 1731
page 100a, sheet 6, image 11, April 24
207 111th Street 

20-114
Daniel Van Riper-54-M-W-head-artist-married 10yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Lizzie Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Louisiana-Mo.b.Ireland
Helen Campbell-45-F-W-servant-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
————————————————-
1910
New York State
Manhattan, ward 12
New York County
Roll 624-1022
district 547
page 225b, sheet 9, image 18, April 21
125 West 128th Street 

40-222
George Van Ripper-43-M-W-head-driver,bakery wagon-married 13yrs-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillie Van Ripper-30-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-7 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.France-Mo.b.Canada
Edna Van Ripper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Carsie Van Ripper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Ripper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
————————————————————————
1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1023
district 588
page 56a, sheet 12, image 23, April
150 West 93rd Street 

n/a-n/a
Louis I. Van Riper-54-M-W-head-agent, real estate-married 25yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Anna G. Van Riper-47-F-W-wife-married 25yrs.-1 child, 0 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Louise Walter-25-F-W-servant-single-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Frances Hebreing-27-F-W-servant-single-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
——————————————————–
1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1026
district 696
page 172b, sheet 11, image 22, April 15
3609 Broadway 

-282 (apartment building)
Nettie Johnson-45-F-W-head-single-2nd marriage-0 children-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
May Van Riper-20-F-W-niece-clerk, insurance
b.Illinios-Fa.b.Illinios-Mo.b.N.J.
Anna Van Riper-16-F-W-niece-clerk, insurance
b.Illinios-Fa.b.Illinios-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Roll 624-1023
district 597
page 188a, sheet 9, image 17, April 28
58 West 98th Street 

-236
William Kelly-47-M-W-head-motorman, street car-married 10yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Louise Kelly-41-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 10yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wilamenhea Kelly-17-F-W-daughter-saleslady, department store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Margaret Kelly-5-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Rose Van Riper-26-F-W-sister in law-cloak model, cloak store-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12,
Roll 624-1025
district 659
page 51b, sheet 2, image 4, April 12
489 West 14th Street 

8-45
Clara Van Riper-70-F-W-head-own income-single-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sue Van Riper-61-F-W-sister-own income-single-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————–
1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1025
district 660
page 67b, sheet 5, image 10, April 19
770 St. Nicholas Avenue 

21-125
Albert Van Riper-44-M-W-head-clerk, grocery store-single-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Louise Van Riper-70-F-W-mother-widow-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1025
district 668
page 236a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15
West 163 Street 

453-33 (18 family building)
Frederick A. Van Riper-24-M-W-head-chauffer, taxi cab-married 3yrs.-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marjorie Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Frederick A. Van Riper,Jr.-M-W-10months-son-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1026
district 692
page 27b, sheet 20, image 40, May 11
525 West 153rd Street 

82-743
Milton (Matilda) (nee Lydecker)Van Riper-72-M-(F)-W-head-widow-
(widow of Jacob G. Van Riper, his 2nd. marriage, his first was Ann Ackerman)
b.Mar.26,1838 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-N.Y..-d.Mar. 28, 1921
Sally (Jane) B.(Boland) Van Riper-35-F-W-daughter-teacher,public school-single-
b.July 1874 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..-d.Dec 18, 1941 unmarried
Ludwig (Lydecker) Van Riper-32-M-W-son-lawyer,general practice-single-
b.Nov.1877 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..-died Aug 20, 1958
(all buried in Valleau Cemetery, Ridgewood, N.J..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1027
district 724
page 145a, sheet 14, image 27, April 15
537 West 121st. Street 

21-386
Charlotte Johnson-32-F-W-widow-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Polly Van Riper-27-lodger-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1028
district 742
page 212a, sheet 14, image 25, April 22
Hotel Banta
216 West 94th Street 

n/a-n/a
Benjamin E. C. Van Riper-40-M-W-guest-widow-fiscal agent, flax fiber machine-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 18
Roll 624-1036
district 972
page 176a, sheet 7, image 13,
244-46 First Street 

-175
Max Wiel-39-M-W-head-moving pictures-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Nancy Van Riper-28-F-W-servant-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Matilda Weil-69-F-W-mother-widow-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan Borough, ward 18
Roll 624-1037
district 987
page 17a, sheet 8, image 15, April 20
131 East 26th. Street 

21-25
Louise Mastmann-33-F-W-head-head-rooming house-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1892
Otto E. Mastmann-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Walter A. Mastmann-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Herbert G. .B Mastmann-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Charlotte A. Voorhees-26-F-W-lodger-sewing, home-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Gertrude A. Connors-26-F-W-lodger-waitress restaurant-married 3yrs.-3 children, 0 living-
b.Conn.-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Charles H. Van Riper-17-M-W-lodger-plumber, shop-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
John G. Wolpert-35-M-W-lodger-waiter, restaurant-single-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1891
William E. Smith-22-M-W-lodger-chaffeur, public-married 2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Eleanor C. Smith-19-F-W-lodger-2yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Meyer L. John-26-M-W-lodger-lawyer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Russia-Mo.b.Germany
Nathan Drey-45-M-W-lodger-salesman-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 22
Roll 624-1045
district 1304
page 288a, sheet 10, image 19, April 21
14 West 74th Street 

76-153
Catherine Lichtenstein-76-F-W-head-own income-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Howard Lichtenstein-32-M-W-son-merchant producer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Leash-54-M-W-son in law-salesman, dry goods-1st married 25 yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances S. Leash-49-F-W-daughter-2nd marriage 25yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Catharine Van Riper-6-F-W-granddaughter
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie D. King-51-F-W-Companion-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.N.J..
Annie J. Lyonott-30-F-W-servant-laundress-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Margaret Flannery-29-F-W-servant-cook-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Annie Connolly-22-F-W-servant-waitress-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Mary E. Hyath-40-F-W-servant-nurse-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 22
Roll 624-1045
district 1304
page 293a, sheet 15, image 29, April 25
157 West 173 Street 

104-228
Lillie M. Van Riper-42-F-W-head-divorced-4 children, 3 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles E. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-chauffeur, automobile-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.J..
Dewitt B. Harris-42-M-W-salesman, realestate-1st marriage 7yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charlott M. Harris-33-F-W-designer, millinery-2nd marriage, 7yrs.-0 children-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Cornelia M. Shea -22-F-W-musician, music store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Virginia M. McDonald-28F-W-single-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Ireland
Kathryne E. Jeffcott-24-F-W-saleswomen, millinery-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.England
Siena G. Anderson-23-F-W-single-
b.Sweden-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
William McCarthy-M-W-49-importer, embroderies-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
John H. McCarthy-38-M-W-buyer, dry goods-single
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
John G. Abrens-25-M-W-pharmacist, drug store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.North Carolina
Etta Simond-33-M-W-clamsters,fancy foods-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Katherine McCahon-39-F-W-saleswomen,dry goods-single-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Mass..
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1910
New York
New York County
New York City
Roll 624-1046
district 1305
page 13b, sheet 12, image 24, April 22
175 West 72nd Street 

96-27 (26 family building)
Fannie V. Van Riper-50-F-W-head-own income-divorced-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Kenneth Van Riper-23-M-W-son-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nora Barrett-30-F-W-servant-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Margaret Murraig-37-F-W-servant, cook-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
========================================================1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 30
Roll 624-996
district 1403
page 111b, sheet 17, image 34, April 30
420 East 135 Street 

102-525
William O’Gorman-44-M-W-head-publisher, music corp.-married 13yrs.-
Addie O’Gorman-37-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia E. O’Gorman-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
Gertrude A. O’Gorman-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lavinia Van Riper-45-F-W-cousin-clerk, drug store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
New York City
Bronx Assembly District
Roll 624-996
district 1411
page 1b, sheet 1, image 2, April 16
367 Walton Avenue 

8-14
Charles Van Riper-67-head-own income-2nd marriage 19yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Laura F. Van Riper-65-wife 2nd marriage 19yrs.-0 children-
(1900 Shows Laura married to John Van Riper-2 children living)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ann L. Ireland-62-F-W-servant-house keeper-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Bronx Assembly, district 32
Roll 624-997
district 775
page 79b, sheet 10, image 20, April 27
523 Fenton Avenue 

107-217
William R. Van Riper-48-M-W-head-carpenter, stage-married 24yrs,-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William H. Van Riper-16-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Bronx Assembly, district 32
Roll 624-998
district 1464
page 113b, sheet 9, image 18, April 29
1411 

165-179
Josiah P. Van Riper-63-M-W-head-married 41yrs.-clerk, hardware store-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie H. Van Riper-62-F-W-wife-married 41yrs.-7 children-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1849
Herbert S. Coxin-13-M-W-grandson-at school-
b.N.J..Feb.1897-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 32
New York City
Roll 624-998
district 1468
page 151a, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
16 Westchester Square 

110-148
Frank P. Van Riper-31-M-W-head-proprietor, hardware store-married 8 yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annabella D. Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edith D. Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Louise H. Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emily Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-4months-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly district 34 

district 1581
745 East 179th Street 

45-84
Jacob S.Van Ripper-77-M-W-head-retired-married 48 yrs.-
b.June 1832 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sarah E. Van Ripper-70-F-W-wife-married 48yrs.-7 children, 2 living-
b.Feb.1838 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Nova Scotia
Albert Hunter-33-M-W-son in law-bricklayer,building-married 4yrs.-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1881
Edna (nee Van Ripper) Hunter-32-F-W-daughter-married 4yrs.-0 children-
b. Sept.1874 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence Kerstetter-25-F-W-granddaughter-stenographer, wholesale hardware-
b.April 1885 N.Y.-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wm. H. Fisher-57-??????(67)M-W-boarder-mauf. medicine-widow-
b.May 1842 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.Holland
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 34
Roll 624-1002
district 1581
page 102a, sheet 5, image 9, April 16
745 East 179th Street 

45-85
Charles Van Ripper-37-head-proprietor,hardware store-married 15yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maude O. (nee Denan) Van Ripper-35-F-W-wife- married 15yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence I. Van Ripper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Robert Denan-80-M-W-father in law-widow-
b.Canada-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada-immigrated 1847
Martha De Boer-35-F-W-boarder-single-
b.Holland-fa.b.Holland-Mo.b.Holland
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 35
Roll 624-1002
district 1588
page 83b, sheet 10, image 20, April 23
110 East 159th Street 

114-708 (apartment house)
William R. Van Riper-34-M-W-head-electrical foreman, subway-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Georgia-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-60-F-W-mother-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bourogh of New York
Roll 624-1002
Bronx Assembly District 35
district 1596
page 84a, sheet 11, image 21, April 23
479 East 16th Street 

32-232 (6 family building)
Eccles G. Van Riper-68-M-W-own income-2nd marriage 15yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-36-F-W-wife-1st marriage 15yrs.-
b.Austria-Fa.b.Austria-Mo.b.Austria
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 9
Roll 624-1006
district 166
page 83b, sheet 10, image 20, April 26
636 Washington street 

99-197
Sylvester Van Riper-35-M-W-head-steam fitter-married 4yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Germany
Elizabeth Van Riper-25-F-W-married 4yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Germany
Edward Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Evelyn Van Riper-3months-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 9
Roll 624-1006
district 155
page 22a, sheet 2, image 3, April
193 West 10th Street 

7-45
Charles Van Riper-21-M-W-head-bookkeeper, steamship co.-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia Van Riper-49-F-W-mother-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1022
district 542
page 194a, sheet 17, image 33, 

Grace D. Van Riper-55-F-W-head-widow (of Cornelius H.)-4 children-4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eugene S. Van Riper-35-M-W-son-clerk, realestate- married-1 child, 0 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace B. Van Riper-26-F-W-daughter-church singer-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Madeleine L. Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
David R. Scott-42-M-W-lodger-single-poduce, merchant-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland-immigated 1879
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1910
New York State
New York County
Roll 624-1022
district 553
page 36a, sheet 8, image 15, April 20
114 101st Street 

Mary Van Riper-32-F-W-head-nurse, privet family-widow-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
William Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York State
Manhattan, ward 12
New York County
Roll 624-1023
district 1731
page 100a, sheet 6, image 11, April 24
207 111th Street 

20-114
Daniel Van Riper-54-M-W-head-artist-married 10yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Lizzie Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Louisiana-Mo.b.Ireland
Helen Campbell-45-F-W-servant-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
New York State
Manhattan, ward 12
New York County
Roll 624-1022
district 547
page 225b, sheet 9, image 18, April 21
125 West 128th Street 

40-222
George Van Ripper-43-M-W-head-driver,bakery wagon-married 13yrs-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillie Van Ripper-30-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-7 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.France-Mo.b.Canada
Edna Van Ripper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Carsie Van Ripper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Ripper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1023
district 588
page 56a, sheet 12, image 23, April
150 West 93rd Street 

n/a-n/a
Louis I. Van Riper-54-M-W-head-agent, real estate-married 25yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Anna G. Van Riper-47-F-W-wife-married 25yrs.-1 child, 0 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Louise Walter-25-F-W-servant-single-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Frances Hebreing-27-F-W-servant-single-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1026
district 696
page 172b, sheet 11, image 22, April 15
3609 Broadway 

-282 (apartment building)
Nettie Johnson-45-F-W-head-single-2nd marriage-0 children-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
May Van Riper-20-F-W-niece-clerk, insurance
b.Illinios-Fa.b.Illinios-Mo.b.N.J.
Anna Van Riper-16-F-W-niece-clerk, insurance
b.Illinios-Fa.b.Illinios-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Roll 624-1023
district 597
page 188a, sheet 9, image 17, April 28
58 West 98th Street 

-236
William Kelly-47-M-W-head-motorman, street car-married 10yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Louise Kelly-41-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 10yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wilamenhea Kelly-17-F-W-daughter-saleslady, department store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Margaret Kelly-5-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Rose Van Riper-26-F-W-sister in law-cloak model, cloak store-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12,
Roll 624-1025
district 659
page 51b, sheet 2, image 4, April 12
489 West 14th Street 

8-45
Clara Van Riper-70-F-W-head-own income-single-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sue Van Riper-61-F-W-sister-own income-single-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1025
district 660
page 67b, sheet 5, image 10, April 19
770 St. Nicholas Avenue 

21-125
Albert Van Riper-44-M-W-head-clerk, grocery store-single-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Louise Van Riper-70-F-W-mother-widow-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1025
district 668
page 236a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15
West 163 Street 

453-33 (18 family building)
Frederick A. Van Riper-24-M-W-head-chauffer, taxi cab-married 3yrs.-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marjorie Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Frederick A. Van Riper,Jr.-M-W-10months-son-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1026
district 692
page 27b, sheet 20, image 40, May 11
525 West 153rd Street 

82-743
Milton (Matilda) (nee Lydecker)Van Riper-72-M-(F)-W-head-widow-
(widow of Jacob G. Van Riper, his 2nd. marriage, his first was Ann Ackerman)
b.Mar.26,1838 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-N.Y..-d.Mar. 28, 1921
Sally (Jane) B.(Boland) Van Riper-35-F-W-daughter-teacher,public school-single-
b.July 1874 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..-d.Dec 18, 1941 unmarried
Ludwig (Lydecker) Van Riper-32-M-W-son-lawyer,general practice-single-
b.Nov.1877 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..-died Aug 20, 1958
(all buried in Valleau Cemetery, Ridgewood, N.J..
———————————————————-
1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1027
district 724
page 145a, sheet 14, image 27, April 15
537 West 121st. Street 

21-386
Charlotte Johnson-32-F-W-widow-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Polly Van Riper-27-lodger-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
————————————————————-
1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1028
district 742
page 212a, sheet 14, image 25, April 22
Hotel Banta
216 West 94th Street 

n/a-n/a
Benjamin E. C. Van Riper-40-M-W-guest-widow-fiscal agent, flax fiber machine-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
——————————————————————-
1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 18
Roll 624-1036
district 972
page 176a, sheet 7, image 13,
244-46 First Street 

-175
Max Wiel-39-M-W-head-moving pictures-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Nancy Van Riper-28-F-W-servant-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Matilda Weil-69-F-W-mother-widow-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
——————————————————–
1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan Borough, ward 18
Roll 624-1037
district 987
page 17a, sheet 8, image 15, April 20
131 East 26th. Street 

21-25
Louise Mastmann-33-F-W-head-head-rooming house-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1892
Otto E. Mastmann-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Walter A. Mastmann-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Herbert G. .B Mastmann-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Charlotte A. Voorhees-26-F-W-lodger-sewing, home-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Gertrude A. Connors-26-F-W-lodger-waitress restaurant-married 3yrs.-3 children, 0 living-
b.Conn.-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Charles H. Van Riper-17-M-W-lodger-plumber, shop-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
John G. Wolpert-35-M-W-lodger-waiter, restaurant-single-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1891
William E. Smith-22-M-W-lodger-chaffeur, public-married 2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Eleanor C. Smith-19-F-W-lodger-2yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Meyer L. John-26-M-W-lodger-lawyer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Russia-Mo.b.Germany
Nathan Drey-45-M-W-lodger-salesman-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 22
Roll 624-1045
district 1304
page 288a, sheet 10, image 19, April 21
14 West 74th Street 

76-153
Catherine Lichtenstein-76-F-W-head-own income-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Howard Lichtenstein-32-M-W-son-merchant producer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Leash-54-M-W-son in law-salesman, dry goods-1st married 25 yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances S. Leash-49-F-W-daughter-2nd marriage 25yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Catharine Van Riper-6-F-W-granddaughter
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie D. King-51-F-W-Companion-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.N.J..
Annie J. Lyonott-30-F-W-servant-laundress-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Margaret Flannery-29-F-W-servant-cook-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Annie Connolly-22-F-W-servant-waitress-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Mary E. Hyath-40-F-W-servant-nurse-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 22
Roll 624-1045
district 1304
page 293a, sheet 15, image 29, April 25
157 West 173 Street 

104-228
Lillie M. Van Riper-42-F-W-head-divorced-4 children, 3 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles E. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-chauffeur, automobile-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.J..
Dewitt B. Harris-42-M-W-salesman, realestate-1st marriage 7yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charlott M. Harris-33-F-W-designer, millinery-2nd marriage, 7yrs.-0 children-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Cornelia M. Shea -22-F-W-musician, music store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Virginia M. McDonald-28F-W-single-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Ireland
Kathryne E. Jeffcott-24-F-W-saleswomen, millinery-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.England
Siena G. Anderson-23-F-W-single-
b.Sweden-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
William McCarthy-M-W-49-importer, embroderies-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
John H. McCarthy-38-M-W-buyer, dry goods-single
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
John G. Abrens-25-M-W-pharmacist, drug store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.North Carolina
Etta Simond-33-M-W-clamsters,fancy foods-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Katherine McCahon-39-F-W-saleswomen,dry goods-single-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Mass..
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1910
New York
New York County
New York City
Roll 624-1046
district 1305
page 13b, sheet 12, image 24, April 22
175 West 72nd Street 

96-27 (26 family building)
Fannie V. Van Riper-50-F-W-head-own income-divorced-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Kenneth Van Riper-23-M-W-son-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nora Barrett-30-F-W-servant-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Margaret Murraig-37-F-W-servant, cook-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
======================================================== 

 

Dec. 22, 2008

 

Van Riper 1910 New York State census, Broome, Onondaga, Ontario, and Orange Counties.

VAN RIPER
New York State
Federal Census
================ 

1910
New York State
Broome County
Binghamton, ward 11
Roll 624-925
district 29
page 122a, sheet 14, image 27, April 30
383 Chemango Street 

13-364
Ella A. Kutz-48-F-W-head-boarding house,private-widow-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Ema L Kutz-19-F-W-daughter-stenographer,machine co.-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mildred E. Kutz-15-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marjorie Kutz-8-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Aggie Wager-27-F-W-boarder-mission worker, relief dept.,city mission-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edward Van Riper-27-M-W-boarder-trainman, railway-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
and others not related
=====================================
New York State
Erie County
Buffalo, ward 3
Roll 624-941
district 15
page 6a, sheet 6, image 11, April 19
142 South Division Street 

72-161
Benjamin J. Van Riper-64-M-W-head-house carpenter-married 29yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary F. Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 29yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(and 5 boarders not reated)
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1910
New York State
Erie County
Buffalo, ward 23
Roll 624-948
district 217
page 2a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15
40 Cottage Street 

26-37
Thos. J. Van Riper, Jr.-29-M-W-head-fireman, railroad-married 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Hattie L. Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married-married 6yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George B. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Howard W Van Riper-3-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jeremiah Van Riper-63-father-widow-married 30yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
========================================================
1910
New York
Onondaga County
Syracuse City, ward 17
Roll 624-1057
district 179
page 38a, sheet 8, image 15, April 21
1101 Madison Street 

147-181
Clinton Van Riper-40-M-W-head-bookkeeper, department store-married 15yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Esther M.(Maryetta) (nee Grant) Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Arlen (Artenia) D. Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Carlton H. Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ferdinand Grant-59-M-W-father in law-widow-moulder, mfg. co.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Onondaga County
Roll 624-1057
district 191
page 201a, sheet 9, image 17,
1501 

156-197
Minie Van Riper-40-F-W-head-operator, main office-widow (of Lawrence b.Aug. 1861 N.J..)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..(as listed in 1900)
Lawrence (James) Van Riper-21-M-W-son-clerk, store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marguerite Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ninetta Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Onondaga County
Syracuse, ward 18
Roll 624-1057
district 183
page 84a, sheet 11, image 21,
313 Jackson Street 

125-244
George Van Riper-61-M-W-head-widow (of Nila b. Dec. 1858 N.Y..)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nettie Van Riper-33-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George Van Riper-16-M-W-son-printer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alfred Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fred Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
==========================================================
1910
New York
Ontario County
Geneva City, ward 3
Roll 624-1058
district 92
page 249b, sheet 6, image 12, April 21
11 Godelle Terrace 

145-147
Clayton P. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-cashier, meat co.-1st marriage, 9yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Flora C. Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-2nd marriage, 9yrs-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
P. Irene Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
—————————————————
1910
New York
Ontario County
Manchester Township
Clifton Springs Village
Roll 624-1058
district 104
page 84a, sheet 12, image 23, April 22
Main Street Sanitarium 

Jennie Van Riper-21-F-W-bell girl, annex-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
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1910
New York
Ontario County
Seneca Township
Roll 624-1058
district 116
page 219a, sheet 10, image 19, May 14 

224-226
John H. Van Riper-62-M-W-head-own income-married 36yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary E. Van Riper-56-F-W-wife-married 36yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
=============================================
1910
New York
Orange County
Gosen Town
Roll 624-1059
district 15
page 8, sheet 201a, image 15, May 5
Pine Island Road 

110-116
Cornelius Van Riper-70-M-W-head-farm laborer-married 42yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-70-F-W-wife-married 42yrs.-(1900 says 8 children-6 living)
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Jane Bird-72-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
————————————————————————
1910
New York
Orange County
Town of Montgomery
Walden Village
Roll 624-1059
district-40
page 241a, sheet 4, image 7, April 18 

71-77
Alfred Stephenson-41-M-W-head-knife works-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Carrie Stephenson-40-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edgard Stephenson-21-M-W-son-finisher, knife works-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Floyd Stephenson-18-M-W-son-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Pitts-22-M-W-M-W-boarder-knife works-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lizzie Van Riper-79-F-W-aunt-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
————————————————————————
1910
New York
Orange County
Town of Montgomery
Walden Village
Roll 624-1059
district 40
page 248a, sheet 11, image 22, April 13
Valley Avenue 

240-250
Harry MacCauley-21-M-W-head-cler, grocery-married 22yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Josephine (nee Van Riper) MacCauley-20-wife-married 22yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harry L. MacCauley-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna M. MacCauley-9 months-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie Van Riper-38-F-W-mother in law-married 22yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Thomas Van Riper-43-M-W-father in law-married 22yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
——————————-
1910
New York
Orange County
Warwick
Roll 624-1061
district 84
page 3a, sheet 3, image 4,
Island Plank Road 

20-23
Edward W. Van Riper-48-M-W-head-landlord, hotel-married 18yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Clara Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 18yrs.-5 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bert W. Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Roy Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Claude W. Van Riper-2-M-W-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James Donahue-42-M-W-boarder-laborer, odd jobs-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
======================================= 

 

Dec.19, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper Census, New York State

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
NEW YORK STATE
=========================================
1910
New York State
Broome County
Binghamton, ward 11
Roll 624-925
district 29
page 122a, sheet 14, image 27, April 30
383 Chemango Street 

13-364
Ella A. Kutz-48-F-W-head-boarding house,private-widow-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Ema L Kutz-19-F-W-daughter-stenographer,machine co.-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mildred E. Kutz-15-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marjorie Kutz-8-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Aggie Wager-27-F-W-boarder-mission worker, relief dept.,city mission-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edward Van Riper-27-M-W-boarder-trainman, railway-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
and others not related
======================================================================
1910
New York State
Erie County
Buffalo, ward 3
Roll 624-941
district 15
page 6a, sheet 6, image 11, April 19
142 South Division Street 

72-161
Benjamin J. Van Riper-64-M-W-head-house carpenter-married 29yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary F. Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 29yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(and 5 boarders not reated)
—————————————-
1910
New York State
Erie County
Buffalo, ward 23
Roll 624-948
district 217
page 2a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15
40 Cottage Street 

26-37
Thos. J. Van Riper, Jr.-29-M-W-head-fireman, railroad-married 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Hattie L. Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married-married 6yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George B. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Howard W Van Riper-3-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jeremiah Van Riper-63-father in law-married 30yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
=================================================
1910
New York State
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn-ward 4
New York City
Roll 624-1244
district 40
page 291a, sheet 8, image 15, April 23 

100-155
James Van Riper-40-M-W-head-salesman-married 20yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
Walker R. Davidson-20-M-W-n/a-single-
n/a
Alexander Gatherthson-21-M-W-laborer-single-
n/a
Robert Hoane-21-M-W-laborer-single-
n/a
———————————-
1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 7
New York City
Roll 624-957
district 106
page 182a, sheet 2, image 3, April
323 Franklin Avenue 

21-34 (three family house)
Cornelius M. Van Riper-50-M-W-head-carperter,factory-married 26yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Agnes Van Riper-49-F-W-wife-married 26yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Ethel A. Van Riper-23-F-W-daughter-bookkeeper,corset factory-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma M. Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. Carroll-29-F-W-boarder-watress, department store-married 9yrs.,0 children-
b.England..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 11
New York City
Roll 624-959
district 237
page 287a, sheet 11, image 21, April 21
646 Fulton Street 

152-202 (three family house)
Eleanor A. Van Riper-39-F-W-Head-seamstress,workingout-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bertha N. Van Riper-35-F-W-sister-seamstress,workingout-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 9
New York City
Roll 624-960
district 189
page 146a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15
726 Sackett Street 

4-26
John C. Oewaes-41-M-W-head-porter-2nd.mariage 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna Oewaes-40-F-W-wife- 2nd.marriage 6yrs.-4 children, 2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.England
Frank Van Riper-20-M-W-stepson-chauffer, automobile-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Newark N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bernard Van Riper-21-M-W-stepson-at school-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Newark N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 12
New York City
Roll 624-963
district 239
page 10, sheet 10a, image 19, April
158 Ackerman Avenue 

75-174
Hannah McEwan-67-F-W-head-widow-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Francis McEwan-38-F-W-daughter-clerk, stationary store-widow-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Gilbert McEwan-27-M-W-son-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Lorra McEwan-32-F-W-daughter-clerk, stationary store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Bella McEwan-29-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
George McEwan-23-M-W-son-clerk, stationary office-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Russell Van Riper-9-M-W-grandson-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
New York
Kings County, ward 12
Roll 624-963
district 245
page 101a-101b, sheet 8, image 15-16,
221 Brunt Sreet 

73-144 (Seven family building)
Julia Knight-49-F-W-head-widow-2 children, 0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Joseph Knight-17-M-W-step son-moulder, iron factory-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Agnes Knight-16-F-W-step daughter-painting, bottle factory-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eleanor Knight-13-F-W-step daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Ryper-5-F-W-niece-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Ryper-9-F-W-niece-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George Knight-15-M-W-nephew-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 22
New York City
Roll 624-970
district 528
page 78a, sheet 8, image 15, April 30
262 Tenth Street 

66-137 (two family house)
John Van Riper-54-M-W-head-painter,house-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Holland-Mo.b,Holland
(1900 says b.Sept.1856 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland )
Millicent Van Riper-44-F-W-wife-married 27yrs.-7 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Holland-Mo.b.Holland
Otto E. Van Riper-23-M-W-son-helper,plumbing shop-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Viola Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-assorter,telegraph office-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Otto Van Riper-49-M-W-brother-deck hand,ferry boat-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Holland-Mo.b.Holland
(1900 says b.Sept.1856 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland )
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 22
New York City
Roll 624-970
district 532
page 127b, sheet 5, image 15, April 22
214 Sixth Avenue 

41-103 (seven family building)
Edward J. Van Reyper-50-M-W-head-florist, wholesale-married 24yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie C. Van Reyper-45-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence E. Van Reyper-20-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 22
New York City
Roll 624-971
district 559
page 300a, sheet 16, image 31, April 22
557 Tenth Street 

192-333
John M. Canzona-39-M-W-head-salesman, gun co..-married 10yrs.
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sadie Canzona-38-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.- 3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Chauncey Canzona-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Arnna M Canzona-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mildred Canzona-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William H Canzona-64-M-W-father-paper co.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
William Van Riper-28-M-W-lodger-n/a,store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 23
New York City
Roll 624-972
district 601
page 80b, sheet 5, image 10, April 19
10 Arlington Street 

78-96
Harry C. Van Riper-51-M-W-head-cashier,insurance-married 26yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jessie M. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 26yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Mildred Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alice J. Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lucy A. Thomas-29-M-B-servant,private family-single-
b.Alabama-Fa.b.Miss..-Mo.b.Miss..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 23
New York City
Roll 624-907
district 606
page 166a, sheet 5, image 9, April 18
297 Hancock Street 

82-88
Helen E. Van Riper-70-F-W-head-widow (of Richard)-9 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie L. Van Riper-30-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J….-Mo.b.N.Y..
Richard V. Van Riper-3-M-W-son-weigh master,warehouse-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J….-Mo.b.N.Y..
Clarence Todd-28-M-W-lodger-office manager,life insurance-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles P. Houston-37-M-W-lodger-office manager, real estate-married 12yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia W. Houston-36-F-W-lodger-married 12yrs.-1 child, living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marrie S. Houston-10-F-W-lodger-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 23
New York City
Roll 624-907
district 607
page 186b, sheet 6, image 12, April 26
377 Jefferson Street 

100-126
Edward Van Riper-43-M-W-head-comm.traveller,buttons-married 14yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Conn..
Lillian A. Van Riper-37-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna D. Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maggie M Owens-20-F-W-servant,private family-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England- immigrated 1908
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 23
New York City
Roll 624-972
district 610
page 251b, sheet 16, image 32,
283 Hancock Street 

214-358
Charles W. Van Riper-45-M-W-head-auditor,drygoods-married 10yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.N.J..-Mo.b.Conn..
Annie A. Van Riper-45-F-W-wife-married10yrs.0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
Annie I. Allan-79-F-W-mother in law-widow-6 children, 5 living-
b.Scotland-Fa.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland-imigrated 1855
Alice M. Allan-47-F-W-sister in law-bookkeeper, jewelry-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
Mary Newman-56-F-W-boarder-teacher, public school- single-
b.Maryland-Fa.Maryland-Mo.b.Maryland
Frank H. Newman-22-M-W-boarder-ajuster, fire insurance-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.Maryland-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence Newman-18-F-W-boarder-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.Maryland-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marie Papenhausen-18-F-W-servant-housework-single-
b.Germay-Fa.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-imigrated 1909
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 24
New York City
Roll 624-602
district 621
page 7b, sheet 7, image 14, April 22
957 Bergen Street 

94-176 (two family house)
George Van Riper-65-M-W-head-own income-married 40yrs-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J..
Margaret Van Riper-62-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 25
New York City
Roll 624-973
district 692
page 26b-27a, sheet 3-4, image 9-10, April 28
185 Parchen Avenue 

29-88
Richard F. Van Riper-50-M-W-head-retail merchant, teas and coffee-married 30yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Martha E. Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-7 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Richard W. Van Riper-23-M-W-son-salesman, real estate-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold G. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 25
New York City
Roll 624-974
district 706
page 26a, sheet 27, image 53, April 29
308 Bambridge Avenue 

100-653
Susannah Van Riper-81-F-W-head-widow (of Bernard)-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Josephine Terhune-59-F-W-daughter-widow-stenographer-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Frederick C. Stopenhager-54-M-W-boarder-married 20yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Frank Johnson-25-M-W-boarder-single-
b.Sweden-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 25
New York City
Roll 624-974
district 708
page 45b, sheet 2, image 4, April 18
135 Sumpter Street 

n/a-n/a
John Hencke-32-M-W-head-plumber, working out-married yrs.n/a –
b.New York-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Elizabeth Hencke-28-F-W-wife-married yrs.n/a-children n/a
b.New York-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Anna Hencke-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Minnie Hencke-5-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Hencke-2-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maria L. Van Riper-64-baorder-own income-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 25
New York City
Roll 624-974
district 710
page 85b, sheet 7, image 14, April 20
1042 Herkimer Street 

n/a-n/a
Mary Van Riper-76-F-W-head-own income-widow 51yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.Ireland-immigrated 1847-
Mary L. (nee Van Riper) Brown-55-F-W-daughter-own income-widow-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
Carrie Hale-46-F-W-roomer-dress maker-single-
England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Charles Stemper-24-boarder-letter carrier, p.o. city-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 26
New York City
Roll 624-976
district 752
page 235b, sheet 5, image 8, April 16-18
2587 Arlington Avenue 

470-66
Theodore Van Riper-39-M-W-head-moving pictures business-married 14yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sophie Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Viola Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sophie Van Riper-10F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 26
New York City
Roll 624-979
district 980
page 227a, sheet 4, image 7, April
508 Chestnut Street 

55-71
Henry Van Riper-46-M-W-head-printer, printing-married 25yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rose Van Riper-45-F-W-wife-married 25yrs.-5 chilren, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lilian Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-at school-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Martha Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-book binder-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mabel M. Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James A. Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Henry C. Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 27
New York City
Roll 624-979
district 823
page 261a, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
1129 Lafayette Avenue 

67-157 (three family house)
Emma Van Riper-70-head-widow-sewing, at home-3 children,3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George W. Van Riper-43-M-W-son-bookkeeper, storage house-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910 

New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 27
New York City
Roll 624-979
district 823
page 261a, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
1133 Lafayette Avenue 

65-153
James Van Riper-49-M-W-lodger-photographer, gallery-married 15yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(and others in boarding house not related)
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 28
New York City
Roll 624-982
district 916
page 232b, sheet 6, image 12, April 18
73 Granite Street 

108-157
Lucius Van Riper-54-M-W-head-bookkeeper-married 27yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma L. Van Riper-48-F-W-wife-married 27yrs.-5 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Aleine W. Van Riper-24-F-W-daughter-clerk life insurance-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ray I. Van Riper-17-M-W-son-clerk life insurance-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 29
New York City
Roll 624-982
district 922
page 66a, sheet 13, image 25, April 23
101 East 2nd. Street 

181-259
William G. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-clerk, milinary-married 2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Annie A. Van Riper-52-F-W-mother-dressmaker, at home-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 29
New York City
Roll 624-982
district 939
page 291a, sheet 17, image 33,
New York Home for Aged and infirm,Division of Brooklyn 

n/a-n/a
Jane Van Riper-52-F-W-inmate-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 29
New York City
Roll 624-983
district 1019
page 27b, sheet 3, image 6, April 16-18
170 Hinckley 

53-54
Walter F. Clayton-45-M-W-head-broker, real estate-married 20yrs.-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.Vermont
Geneva ( nee Van Riper) Clayton-40-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ethel G. Clayton-19-F-W-daughter-stenographer, real estate office-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Walter F. Clayton Jr.-16-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances O. Van Riper-67-F-W-mother in law-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward31
New York City
Roll 624-984
district 1031
page 85a, sheet 11, image 21,
119 Van Sickler Street 

187-298
Derrick Van Sickler-56-M-W-head-painter, paint shop-married 37yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Sickler-53-F-W-wife-married 37yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ira Van Sickler-35-F-W-son-clerk, exress,office-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rebbeca Van Sickler-81-F-W-mother-widow-5 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-43-M-W-boarder-carpenter, shop-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 31
New York City
Roll 624-984
district 1050
page 305a, sheet 15, image 29, April 23
2415 Cropsey Avenue 

242-275
Thomas Van Riper-64-M-W-head-carpenter, building-married 23yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married-married 23yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ellen Van Riper-30-F-W-sister-finisher, curtains-married 10yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold Van Riper-9-M-W-nephew-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 31
New York City
Roll 624-985
district 1102
page 71b, sheet 2, image 4,
173 Senator Street 

37-37
n/a Keegan-43-M-W-head-salesman,S.S.supplies-married 22yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Catherine Keegan-24-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Ireland
n/a Keegan-20-M-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y.Mo.b.N.Y..
Joseph J Keegan Jr.-19-M-W-son-coal yard-
Y..-Fa.b.N.Y.Mo.b.N.Y..
Thomas Keegan-5-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y.Mo.b.N.Y..
Alfred Van Riper-30-M-W-boarder-watchman, building-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y.Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 31
New York City
Roll 624-984
district 1047
page 241b, sheet 2, image 4, April 16 


Maurice Kahn-56-M-W-head-meat cutter-married 26yrs.-
b.France-Fa.b.France-Mo.b.France-immigrated 1873
Emma Kahn-55-F-W-wife-married 26yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Eliza Bear-59-F-W-servant-widow-private family-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland-immigrated 1894
Joseph Van Riper-50-M-W-helper,about house-married 15yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J.Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Livingston County
Avon Township
Villiage of Avon
Roll 624-986
district-36
page 6a, sheet 6, image 11, April 19
East Main Street 

137-137
David F. Van Riper-35-M-W-head-master mechainic, Railroad-married 15yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.U.S..-Mo.b.U.S..
Leora B. Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.U.S..-Mo.b.Ohio
Gladys L. Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maurice D. Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Raymond Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John E. .Hedgeman-25-M-W-M-bother in law-clerk, R.R. shop office-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Monroe County
Rochester City, ward 19
Roll 624-990
district 229
page 277b, sheet 1, image 2, April 23
4 Floyd Street 

13-14
George D. Hayton-59-M-W-head-mason, building-married 32yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie C. Hayton-54-F-W-wife-married 32yrs., 0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma L. Van Riper-25-F-W-boarder-stenographer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Monroe County
Rochester City, ward 11
Roll 624-991
district 111
page 59b, sheet 9, image 18, April 16
St. Mary’s Orphan Asylum
Sister’s of St. Joseph’s
West Avenue 

n/a-n/a
Leonard Van Riper-9-M-W-boarder-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Monroe County
Rochester City, ward 11
Roll 624-991
district 113
page 76, sheet 3, image 5, April 16
St. Patricks Orphan Asyylum 

Margaret Van Riper-7-F-W-boarder-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Monroe County
Brighton Township
Roll 624-988
district 2
page 48a-b, sheet 17-18, image 35-36, May 20
North Hillside Avenue 

344-358
Garrett D. Van Reypen-52-M-W-head-retail dealer, furniture-married 30yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.Canada
Laura S.(nee Voorhees) Van Reypen-49-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-9 children, 5 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J..
Ralph V. Van Reypen-20-M-W-son-retail salesman, hardware-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J..
Ester M. Van Reypen-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
Arthur J. L. Van Reypen-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Arthur J. L. Voorhees-76-M-W-father in law-Sec. and bookkeeper, furniture-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Monroe County
Rochester City, ward 6
Roll 624-990
district 75
page 73b, sheet 3, image 6,
25 Lipton Park 

52-52
Edward Ashley-38-M-W-head-mechanical engineer,machine shop-marrried 5yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Blanche B. Ashley-32-F-W-wife-married 5yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. Ashley-78-F-W-mother-own income-widow-3 children, 2 living-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Conn..
E. Gordon Ashley-4-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marion B. Ashley-2-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eva H. Baron-70-F-W-boarder-own income-widow-2 children,2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marcella N Miller-74-F-W-boarder-own income-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fred J. Van Riper-34-M-W-lodger-mechanic,machine works-married 4yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Inez A. Van Riper-24-F-W-servant-private family-married 4yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Nassau County
City of Hempstead, ward 4
Roll 624-994
district 1106
page 65b, sheet 23, image 46,
152 Ocean Avenue 

542-542
George T. Van Riper-55-M-W-head-mason, contractor-2nd marriage-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Louise (nee Carpenter) J. C. Van Riper-46-married 13yrs.
(married Oct.7,1896)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace T. Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna Carpenter-75-F-W-mother in law-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Albert Gardiner-32-M-B-servant-gradener-married-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella Gardiner-28-F-B-servant-married 2 months
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Nassau County
Town of Hempstead, ward 4
Roll 624-994
district 1106
page 67b, sheet 24, image 50, May 11
12 Long Beah Avenue 

564-564
Edwin H. Vanriper-42-M-W-head-mason, house-married 15yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Williard F. Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Helen L.Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Nassau County
town of Hempstead , ward 4
Roll 624-994
district 1106
page 68b, sheet 26, image 52, May 11
22 Miller Avenue 

604-604
Clarence M. Van Riper-30-M-W-head-manager,brick worker-married 10yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillian W. Van Riper-31-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-5 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Evaline M. Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillian B. Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ethel L. Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Francis C. Van Riper-3-F-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Blanche S. Van Riper-1yr.6months-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Nassau County
Hempstead, ward 4
Freeport Village
Roll 624-994
district 1106
page 74a, sheet 32, image 63, May 19 

762-762
Harry E. Van Riper-37-M-W-married-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mame F. Van Riper-41-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 18yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.England
Ruth B. Van Riper-14-F-W-adopted daughter-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Nassau County
Hempstead, ward 8
Freeport Village
Roll 624-994
district 1110
page 162b, sheet 22, image 40, May 7
Smith Street 

382-410
Milford Van Riper-22-M-W-head-foreman, brick factory-married 2 yrs.
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mabel Van Riper-22-F-W-wife-married 2yr.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Esther Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Nassau County
Hempstead Township, ward 5
Freeport Village
Roll 624-994
district 1107
page 78b, sheet 4, image 8, April 19
19 Randall Avenue 

92-94
Isaac Van Riper-78-M-W-head-mason, retired-married 57yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Debrah Van Riper-79-F-W-wife-married 57yrs.-10 children, 7 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Irene L. Van Riper-37-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Nassau County
City of Hempstead, ward 15
Roll 624-994
district 1117
page 282b, sheet 4, image 8, April 17
Denton Avenue 

75-78
Fredric Van Riper-30-M-W-head-silver smith-married 6 yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nillie Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Robert M. Van Riper-1 month-M-W-son-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Nassau County
Hempstead ,ward 17
Roll 624-995
district 1119
page 95b, sheet 18, image 36, May 7
Kale Place 

308-340
John Van Riper-31M-W-head-carpenter, buildings-married 11yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Lurena Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 11yrs.-6 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary H. Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William E. Van Riper-9-M-W-son- at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Althea Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John E. Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George A. Van Riper-5 months-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 30
Roll 624-
district 1403
page 111b, sheet 17, image 34, April 30
420 East 135 Street 

102-525
William O’Gorman-44-M-W-head-publisher, music corp.-married 13yrs.-
Addie O’Gorman-37-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia E. O’Gorman-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
Gertrude A. O’Gorman-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lavinia Van Riper-45-F-W-cousin-clerk, drug store-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
New York City
Bronx Assembly District
Roll 624-996
district 1411
page 1b, sheet 1, image 2, April 16
367 Walton Avenue 

8-14
Charles Van Riper-67-head-own income-2nd marriage 19yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Laura F. Van Riper-65-wife 2nd marriage 19yrs.-0 children-
(1900 Shows Laura married to John Van Riper-2 children living)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ann L. Ireland-62-F-W-servant-house keeper-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Bronx Assembly, district 32
Roll 624-997
district 775
page 79b, sheet 10, image 20, April 27
523 Fenton Avenue 

107-217
William R. Van Riper-48-M-W-head-carpenter, stage-married 24yrs,-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William H. Van Riper-16-M-W-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Bronx Assembly, district 32
Roll 624-998
district 1464
page 113b, sheet 9, image 18, April 29
1411 

165-179
Josiah P. Van Riper-63-M-W-head-married 41yrs.-clerk, hardware store-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie H. Van Riper-62-F-W-wife-married 41yrs.-7 children-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1849
Herbert S. Coxin-13-M-W-grandson-at school-
b.N.J..Feb.1897-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 32
New York City
Roll 624-998
district 1468
page 151a, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
16 Westchester Square 

110-148
Frank P. Van Riper-31-M-W-head-proprietor, hardware store-married 8 yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annabella D. Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edith D. Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Louise H. Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emily Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-4months-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly district 34
district 1581
745 East 179th Street 

45-84
Jacob S.Van Ripper-77-M-W-head-retired-married 48 yrs.-
b.June 1832 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sarah E. Van Ripper-70-F-W-wife-married 48yrs.-7 children, 2 living-
b.Feb.1838 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Nova Scotia
Albert Hunter-33-M-W-son in law-bricklayer,building-married 4yrs.-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1881
Edna (nee Van Ripper) Hunter-32-F-W-daughter-married 4yrs.-0 children-
b. Sept.1874 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence Kerstetter-25-F-W-granddaughter-stenographer, wholesale hardware-
b.April 1885 N.Y.-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wm. H. Fisher-57-??????(67)M-W-boarder-mauf. medicine-widow-
b.May 1842 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.Holland
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 34
Roll 624-1002
district 1581
page 102a, sheet 5, image 9, April 16
745 East 179th Street 

45-85
Charles Van Ripper-37-head-proprietor,hardware store-married 15yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maude O. (nee Denan) Van Ripper-35-F-W-wife- married 15yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence I. Van Ripper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Robert Denan-80-M-W-father in law-widow-
b.Canada-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada-immigrated 1847
Martha De Boer-35-F-W-boarder-single-
b.Holland-fa.b.Holland-Mo.b.Holland
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bronx Assembly District 35
Roll 624-1002
district 1588
page 83b, sheet 10, image 20, April 23
110 East 159th Street 

114-708 (apartment house)
William R. Van Riper-34-M-W-head-electrical foreman, subway-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Georgia-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-60-F-W-mother-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Bourogh of New York
Roll 624-1002
Bronx Assembly District 35
district 1596
page 84a, sheet 11, image 21, April 23
479 East 16th Street 

32-232 (6 family building)
Eccles G. Van Riper-68-M-W-own income-2nd marriage 15yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-36-F-W-wife-1st marriage 15yrs.-
b.Austria-Fa.b.Austria-Mo.b.Austria
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 9
Roll 624-1006
district 166
page 83b, sheet 10, image 20, April 26
636 Washington street 

99-197
Sylvester Van Riper-35-M-W-head-steam fitter-married 4yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Germany
Elizabeth Van Riper-25-F-W-married 4yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Germany
Edward Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Evelyn Van Riper-3months-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 9
Roll 624-1006
district 155
page 22a, sheet 2, image 3, April
193 West 10th Street 

7-45
Charles Van Riper-21-M-W-head-bookkeeper, steamship co.-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia Van Riper-49-F-W-mother-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1022
district 542
page 194a, sheet 17, image 33, 

Grace D. Van Riper-55-F-W-head-widow (of Cornelius H.)-4 children-4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eugene S. Van Riper-35-M-W-son-clerk, realestate- married-1 child, 0 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace B. Van Riper-26-F-W-daughter-church singer-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Madeleine L. Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
David R. Scott-42-M-W-lodger-single-poduce, merchant-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland-immigated 1879
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1910
New York State
New York County
Roll 624-
district
page 36a, sheet , image,
114 101st Street 

Mary Van Riper-32-F-W-head-nurse, privet family-widow-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
William Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York State
Manhattan, ward 12
New York County
Roll 624-1023
district 1731
page 100a, sheet 6, image 11, April 24
207 111th Street 

20-114
Daniel Van Riper-54-M-W-head-artist-married 10yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Lizzie Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Louisiana-Mo.b.Ireland
Helen Campbell-45-F-W-servant-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
New York State
Manhattan, ward 12
New York County
Roll 624-1022
district 547
page 225b, sheet 9, image 18, April 21
125 West 128th Street 

40-222
George Van Ripper-43-M-W-head-driver,bakery wagon-married 13yrs-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillie Van Ripper-30-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-7 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.France-Mo.b.Canada
Edna Van Ripper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Carsie Van Ripper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Ripper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1023
district 588
page 56a, sheet 12, image 23, April
150 West 93rd Street 

n/a-n/a
Louis I. Van Riper-54-M-W-head-agent, real estate-married 25yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Anna G. Van Riper-47-F-W-wife-married 25yrs.-1 child, 0 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Louise Walter-25-F-W-servant-single-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Frances Hebreing-27-F-W-servant-single-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1026
district 696
page 172b, sheet 11, image 22, April 15
3609 Broadway 

-282 (apartment building)
Nettie Johnson-45-F-W-head-single-2nd marriage-0 children-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
May Van Riper-20-F-W-niece-clerk, insurance
b.Illinios-Fa.b.Illinios-Mo.b.N.J.
Anna Van Riper-16-F-W-niece-clerk, insurance
b.Illinios-Fa.b.Illinios-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Roll 624-1023
district 597
page 188a, sheet 9, image 17, April 28
58 West 98th Street 

-236
William Kelly-47-M-W-head-motorman, street car-married 10yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Louise Kelly-41-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 10yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wilamenhea Kelly-17-F-W-daughter-saleslady, department store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Margaret Kelly-5-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Rose Van Riper-26-F-W-sister in law-cloak model, cloak store-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12,
Roll 624-1025
district 659
page 51b, sheet 2, image 4, April 12
489 West 14th Street 

8-45
Clara Van Riper-70-F-W-head-own income-single-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sue Van Riper-61-F-W-sister-own income-single-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1025
district 660
page 67b, sheet 5, image 10, April 19
770 St. Nicholas Avenue 

21-125
Albert Van Riper-44-M-W-head-clerk, grocery store-single-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Louise Van Riper-70-F-W-mother-widow-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1025
district 668
page 236a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15
West 163 Street 

453-33 (18 family building)
Frederick A. Van Riper-24-M-W-head-chauffer, taxi cab-married 3yrs.-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marjorie Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Frederick A. Van Riper,Jr.-M-W-10months-son-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1026
district 692
page 27b, sheet 20, image 40, May 11
525 West 153rd Street 

82-743
Milton (Matilda) (nee Lydecker)Van Riper-72-M-(F)-W-head-widow-
(widow of Jacob G. Van Riper, his 2nd. marriage, his first was Ann Ackerman)
b.Mar.26,1838 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-N.Y..-d.Mar. 28, 1921
Sally (Jane) B.(Boland) Van Riper-35-F-W-daughter-teacher,public school-single-
b.July 1874 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..-d.Dec 18, 1941 unmarried
Ludwig (Lydecker) Van Riper-32-M-W-son-lawyer,general practice-single-
b.Nov.1877 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..-died Aug 20, 1958
(all buried in Valleau Cemetery, Ridgewood, N.J..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1027
district 724
page 145a, sheet 14, image 27, April 15
537 West 121st. Street 

21-386
Charlotte Johnson-32-F-W-widow-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Polly Van Riper-27-lodger-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 12
Roll 624-1028
district 742
page 212a, sheet 14, image 25, April 22
Hotel Banta
216 West 94th Street 

n/a-n/a
Benjamin E. C. Van Riper-40-M-W-guest-widow-fiscal agent, flax fiber machine-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
New York County
Manhattan, ward 18
Roll 624-1036
district 972
page 176a, sheet 7, image 13,
244-46 First Street 

-175
Max Wiel-39-M-W-head-moving pictures-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Nancy Van Riper-28-F-W-servant-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Matilda Weil-69-F-W-mother-widow-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan Borough, ward 18
Roll 624-1037
district 987
page 17a, sheet 8, image 15, April 20
131 East 26th. Street 

21-25
Louise Mastmann-33-F-W-head-head-rooming house-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1892
Otto E. Mastmann-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Walter A. Mastmann-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Herbert G. .B Mastmann-9-M-W-at school-
b.Mass.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Charlotte A. Voorhees-26-F-W-lodger-sewing, home-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Gertrude A. Connors-26-F-W-lodger-waitress restaurant-married 3yrs.-3 children, 0 living-
b.Conn.-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Charles H. Van Riper-17-M-W-lodger-plumber, shop-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
John G. Wolpert-35-M-W-lodger-waiter, restaurant-single-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1891
William E. Smith-22-M-W-lodger-chaffeur, public-married 2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Eleanor C. Smith-19-F-W-lodger-2yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Meyer L. John-26-M-W-lodger-lawyer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Russia-Mo.b.Germany
Nathan Drey-45-M-W-lodger-salesman-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 22
Roll 624-1045
district 1304
page 288a, sheet 10, image 19, April 21
14 West 74th Street 

76-153
Catherine Lichtenstein-76-F-W-head-own income-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Howard Lichtenstein-32-M-W-son-merchant producer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Leash-54-M-W-son in law-salesman, dry goods-1st married 25 yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances S. Leash-49-F-W-daughter-2nd marriage 25yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Catharine Van Riper-6-F-W-granddaughter
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie D. King-51-F-W-Companion-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.N.J..
Annie J. Lyonott-30-F-W-servant-laundress-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Margaret Flannery-29-F-W-servant-cook-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Annie Connolly-22-F-W-servant-waitress-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Mary E. Hyath-40-F-W-servant-nurse-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
New York County
Manhattan, ward 22
Roll 624-1045
district 1304
page 293a, sheet 15, image 29, April 25
157 West 173 Street 

104-228
Lillie M. Van Riper 42 -head-divorced-4 children, 3 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles E. Van Riper 18 -chauffeur, automobile-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.J..
Dewitt B. Harris 42 -salesman, realestate-1st marriage 7yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charlott M. Harris 33 -designer, millinery-2nd marriage, 7yrs.-0 children-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Cornelia M. Shea 22 -musician, music store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Virginia M. McDonald 28 -single-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Ireland
Kathryne E. Jeffcott 24 -salesman, millinery-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.England
Siena G. Anderson 23 single-
b.Sweden-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
William McCarthy 49 -importer, embroderies-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
John H. McCarthy 38 -buyer, dry goods-single
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
John G. Abrens 25 pharmacist, drug store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.North Carolina
Etta Simond 33 -clamsters,fancy foods-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Katherine McCahon 39 -saleswomen,dry goods-single-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Mass..
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1910
New York
New York County
New York City
Roll 624-1046
district 1305
page 13b, sheet 12, image 24, April 22
175 West 72nd Street 

96-27 (26 family building)
Fannie V. Van Riper-50-F-W-head-own income-divorced-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Kenneth Van Riper-23-M-W-son-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nora Barrett-30-F-W-servant-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Margaret Murraig-37-F-W-servant, cook-single-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
New York
Onondaga County
Syracuse City, ward 17
Roll 624-1057
district 179
page 38a, sheet 8, image 15, April 21
1101 Madison Street 

147-181
Clinton Van Riper-40-M-W-head-bookkeeper, department store-married 15yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Esther M.(Maryetta) (nee Grant) Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Arlen (Artenia) D. Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Carlton H. Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ferdinand Grant-59-M-W-father in law-widow-moulder, mfg. co.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Onondaga County
Roll 624-1057
district 191
page 201a, sheet 9, image 17,
1501 

156-197
Minie Van Riper-40-F-W-head-operator, main office-widow (of Lawrence b.Aug. 1861 N.J..)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..(as listed in 1900)
Lawrence (James) Van Riper-21-M-W-son-clerk, store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marguerite Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ninetta Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Onondaga County
Syracuse, ward 18
Roll 624-1057
district 183
page 84a, sheet 11, image 21,
313 Jackson Street 

125-244
George Van Riper-61-M-W-head-widow (of Nila b. Dec. 1858 N.Y..)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nettie Van Riper-33-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George Van Riper-16-M-W-son-printer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alfred Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fred Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Ontario County
Geneva City, ward 3
Roll 624-1058
district 92
page 249b, sheet 6, image 12, April 21
11 Godelle Terrace 

145-147
Clayton P. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-cashier, meat co.-1st marriage, 9yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Flora C. Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-2nd marriage, 9yrs-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
P. Irene Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Ontario County
Manchester Township
Clifton Springs Village
Roll 624-1058
district 104
page 84a, sheet 12, image 23, April 22
Main Street Sanitarium 

Jennie Van Riper-21-F-W-bell girl, annex-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
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1910
New York
Ontario County
Seneca Township
Roll 624-1058
district 116
page 219a, sheet 10, image 19, May 14 

224-226
John H. Van Riper-62-M-W-head-own income-married 36yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary E. Van Riper-56-F-W-wife-married 36yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Orange County
Gosen Town
Roll 624-1059
district 15
page 8, sheet 201a, image 15, May 5
Pine Island Road 

110-116
Cornelius Van Riper-70-M-W-head-farm laborer-married 42yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-70-F-W-wife-married 42yrs.-(1900 says 8 children-6 living)
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Jane Bird-72-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Orange County
Town of Montgomery
Walden Village
Roll 624-1059
district-40
page 241a, sheet 4, image 7, April 18 

71-77
Alfred Stephenson-41-M-W-head-knife works-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Carrie Stephenson-40-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edgard Stephenson-21-M-W-son-finisher, knife works-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Floyd Stephenson-18-M-W-son-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Pitts-22-M-W-M-W-boarder-knife works-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lizzie Van Riper-79-F-W-aunt-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Orange County
Town of Montgomery
Walden Village
Roll 624-1059
district 40
page 248a, sheet 11, image 22, April 13
Valley Avenue 

240-250
Harry MacCauley-21-M-W-head-cler, grocery-married 22yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Josephine (nee Van Riper) MacCauley-20-wife-married 22yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harry L. MacCauley-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna M. MacCauley-9 months-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie Van Riper-38-F-W-mother in law-married 22yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Thomas Van Riper-43-M-W-father in law-married 22yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Orange County
Warwick
Roll 624-1061
district 84
page 3a, sheet 3, image 4,
Island Plank Road 

20-23
Edward W. Van Riper-48-M-W-head-landlord, hotel-married 18yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Clara Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 18yrs.-5 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bert W. Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Roy Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Claude W. Van Riper-2-M-W-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James Donahue-42-M-W-boarder-laborer, odd jobs-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
New York
Queens County
Borough of Queens, ward 1
Roll 624-1063
district 1145
page 7, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
48 Vernon Avneue 

77-149 (two family house)
Eliza A. Van Riper-40-F-B-head-laundress, privite family-2nd marrage,12yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.North Carolina-Fa.b.North Carolina-Mo.b.North Carolina
Cathy Van Riper-11-F-M-adopted daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.U.S.A.-Mo.b.U.S.A..
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1910
New York
Queens County
Borough of Queens, ward 1
Roll 624-1063
district 1149
page 87b, sheet 7, image 14, April 20
22 Ely Avenue 

76-159
John Van Riper-73-M-W-head-plasterer,own shop-married 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sarah F. Van Riper-72-F-W-wife-married 49yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Elwood R. Van Riper-37-M-W-son-plasterer,own shop-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Newland J. Van Riper-35-M-W-son-plasterer,own shop-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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1910
New York
Queens County
Borough of Queens City, ward 3
Roll 624-1065
district 1282
page 135b, sheet 6, image 12, May 26
1st Street 

116-174
Albert M. Van Riper-39-M-W-head-builder, carpenter-married 16yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Isabella Van Riper-38-F-W-wife-married 16yrs.-6 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
Austin M. Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
George S. Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Douglas Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Isabella Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Albert A. Van Riper-1 month-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Queens County
Borough of Queens
Roll 624-1068
district 1240
page 8a-8b, sheet 6, image 11-12, April 21
1017 Jamaica Avenue 

105-141 (three family house)
John Van Riper-40-M-W-head-clerk, telephone co..-married 4yr.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bertha H. Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married 4yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Milton Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
Walter H. Van Riper-1-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Richmond County
Richmond, ward 2
Thompkinsville
Roll 624-1073
district 1316
page 47b, sheet 6, image 12,
85 Hammond Street 

68-113
William Van Riper-46-M-W-head-builder, contractor-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
James Van Riper-42-M-W-brother-mason, contractor-married 4yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Edith Van Riper-42-F-W-sister in law-married 4yrs-1 child, 1 living-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1876
Isabella Van Riper-3-F-W-niece-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Germany
Isabella (nee Van Riper) Plaming-37-F-W-sister-widow-(married 14yrs.)-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Germany
Elena Plaming-18-F-W-niece-dressmaker-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wilbert Plaming-16-M-W-nephew-bookkeeper, grocery-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Smith-65-F-W-aunt- -clerk, office-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lydia Jones-47-F-W-sister-widow-widow-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Blaned-49-M-W-lodger-engineer, construction-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Jane Van Riper-75-F-W-mother-widow-7children, 7 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
Rockland County
Roll 624-953
district 118
page 215a, sheet 26, image 40, May21
Airmont to Nyack Turnpike 

3-2
Geoorge H. Wanemaker-32-M-W-head-worker, farm-2nd marriage 11yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mamie Wanemaker-29-F-W-wife-married 11yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
George Wanemaker-5-M-W-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Walter Van Riper-14-M-W-boarder-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bertha Sears-7-F-W-boarder-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
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1910
New York State
Rockland County
Town of Ramapo
Roll 624-953
district-160
page 295b, sheet 9, image 17, May
Saddle River Road 

17-17
Hannah J. White-36-F-B-head-laundress-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank White-25-M-B-brother-laborer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ida White-21-F-B-sister-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eliza Van Riper-75-F-B-aunt-widow-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 23a, sheet 1, image 1, April 10
Fayette Street 

2-3
Theodore Van Riper-56-M-W-head-plumber, own shop-widow (of Emma)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.Ireland
Florence L. Van Riper-25-F-W-daughter-stenographer, clerks office-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
Hazel C. Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-house keeper-at home-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
Lesbanch A. Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-stenographer, telephone-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo Village, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 25a, sheet 3, image 5, April 18
Washington Street 

67-73
Catharine J. Van Riper-83-F-W-head-widow (of Peter G.)-2 children, 2 living-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland -immigrated 1832(1900 says 1842)
James E. William-62-M-W-son in law-carpenter, house and barn-2nd marriage-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1857
Evalena T. S. (nee Van Riper) William-61-F-W-daughter-2nd marriage 29yrs.-3 Children, 2 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo Village, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 27a, sheet 5, image 9, April 20
River Street 

131-139
Charles B. Van Riper-36-M-W-head-laboer, coal yard-married 9yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
Amma M. Van Riper-36-F-W-wife-married 9yrs-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 31a, sheet 9, image 5, April 27
Belles Road 

208-219
Elmer G. Van Riper-30-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 3yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
Minnie (Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 3yrs-1 child,1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.England
Bertha A. Van Riper-1 month-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Roll 624-1081
district 69
page 35a, sheet 1, image 1, April 16
Burroughs Road 

62-62
Wm. Van Riper-29-M-W-head-farmer-married 9yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Grace Van Riper-30-F-W-wife-married 9yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Beatrice Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Junius, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 71
page 60a, sheet 9, image 17, May 6 

220-220
Homer Van Riper-29-M-W-head-farmer-married 1yr.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Bertha Van Riper-19-F-W-wife-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Seneca Falls, ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 82
page 194a, sheet 18, image 33, April 28
Mount Road 

389-399
Walter D. Updyke-41-M-W-head-farmer, home-married 20yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Harriet Updyke-43-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.,0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Edith M. Updyke-15-F-W-adopted daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Richard Van Riper-14-M-W-boarder-farm laborer-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Seneca Falls, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 83
page 289a, sheet 14, image 27, May 2
Canal Road 

283-293
Herbert Watte-33-M-W-head-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Mabel (nee Van Riper) Watte-26-F-W-wife-married widow 6yrs-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..-
Sarah Van Riper-73-F-W-mother in law-widow (of Richard)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..-
Jiles Hubbard-18-M-W-servant-farm hand-single-6 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..-
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Roll 624-1081
district 86
page 239a, sheet 5, image 9, April 25
Branch of Black Brook Road 

116-116
Grove Van Riper-38-M-W-head-farmer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
John Van Riper-27-M-W-brother-farmer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Burnelia Van Riper-63-F-W-mother-widow(of Seth)-5 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Varick Township
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 246a, sheet 2, image 3,
Rendaia Street 

32-34
Jay H. Van Riper-38-M-W-head-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Pearl M. Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Linley S. Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Ovan J. Vanriper-8 months-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
(VanRiper, Linley S, b.1905, d.1967 Mount Pleasant Cemetery-Seneca)
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Varick
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 253b-254a, sheet 9-10, image 19, May 2
Reservation Road 

244-255
Edgar (1900 says Edward) Van Riper Jr.-66-M-W-head-own income-married 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Frances (nee Sweezy) Van Riper-64-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-4 children-4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Bert B. Van Riper-36-M-W-son-general farm-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Ernest N. Van Riper-27-M-W-son-general farm-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Verick Township
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 254b, sheet 10, image 20, May 4
Reservation 

267-278
Peter H. Van Riper-79-M-W-head-farmer-2nd marriage 17yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Fannie L. Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-1 child-0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Verick
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 256a, sheet 12, image 23, May 11 


311-312
Leroy E. Van Riper-34-M-W-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Satie V. Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ida F. Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace E. Van Riper-2-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Barton L. Van riper-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 276b, sheet 4, image 8, April 20
Virginia Street 

96-98
Orsa P. Van Riper-40-M-W-head-painter and paper hanger,house-married 14yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charlotte Van Riper-37-F-W-F-W-wife-married 14yrs-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Raymond S. Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Stanley Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Donald Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Willis Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ernie Rheingold-18-M-W-boarder-salesman, notion store-single-
b.Austria-Fa.b.Austria-Mo.b.Austria-immigrated 1901
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 251b, sheet 9, image 18, April 27
Elizabeth Street 

234-244
John G. Van Riper-49-M-W-head-laborer-married 31yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. Van Riper-48-F-W-wife-married-7 children, 7 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary J. Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-single-woolen mill-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Silvers Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Village Township
Waterloo Village
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 282b, sheet 10, image 20, April 28
Elisha Street 

267-278
Julia Van Riper-71-F-W-head-own income-widow-5 children, 4 living-
(widow of Stephen Vreeland Van Riper -son of Peter Van Riper and Maria Vreeland)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lottie Van Riper-39-F-W-daughter-single-
b.b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 291a, sheet 3, image 5, April 21
195 Elisha Street 

65-68
Silvers Van Riper-50-M-W-head-hostler, private family-2nd marriage 13yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma J. Van Riper-50-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 13yrs.-1 child- 0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lester Marshall-14-M-W-nephew-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 239b, sheet 5, image 10, April 23
Swift Street 

126-
John B. Van Riper-65-M-W-head-contractor, mason work-married 38yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Margaret M. Van Riper-69-F-W-wife-married married 38yrs.-9 children, 7 living-
b.Maine-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Nancy M. Van Riper-34-F-W-daughter-woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
John Van Riper Jr.-25-M-W-son-mason, stone-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Albert G. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-apprentis, stone mason-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Elizabeth E Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-spooler, woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Elize G. Van Riper-67-F-W-sister-winder, woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 300b, sheet 12, image 24,
Main Street 

314-535
Mary M.Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-widow (of william)-8 children, 7 living-
( 1900 says b. N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland)
Katharine Vanriper- 20 daughter-sales lady, store-single-
b.1879 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-23-daughter-sales lady, store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Thomas Van Riper-21-son-machine-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Warren Van Riper-19- son-salesman,clothing store-at school-single-
b. N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Steuben County
Cohocton Township
Cohocton Village
Roll 624-1080
district 110
page 57a, sheet 4, image 7, April 18 

64-99
Mary Ella Van Riper-62-F-W-head-own income-widow-6 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Steuben County
Cohocton Township
Roll 624-1080
district 111
page , sheet 3, image 6, April 19
Naples Street 

54-54
Jas. E. Van Riper-61-M-W-head-mason, buildings-married 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Francina M. Van Riper-59-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jerry Van Riper-36-M-W-son-mason, buildings-married 16yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fanny Van Riper-15-F-W-grand daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Steuben County
Wayland Township
Wayland Village
Roll 624-1080
district 162
page 238b, sheet 3, image 6, April 18
East Naples Street 

81-89
Charles Van Riper-33-M-W-head-barber, own shop-married 13yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marguerette Van Riper-36-F-W-married 13yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma Van Riper-10-F-W-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Steuben County
Wayland Township
Wayland Village
Roll T624-1080
distrct 162
Page 239a, sheet 4 ,image 7, April 18
Naples Street 

84-89
Henry Van Riper-40-M-W-head-barber, own shop-married 16yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lizzie Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 16yrs-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lloyd Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Howard Van Rifer-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Suffolk County
Babylon
Village of Amityville
Roll 624-1081
district 142
page 86b, sheet 9, image 18, April 23
Bunswick Home 

140-141
William Van Riper-29yrs.-M-W-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Suffolk County
Islip Township
Roll 624-1082
district 1371
page 64a, sheet 14, image 23, April 22 

217-219
Sophia J. Warden-55-F-W-head-dressmaker-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Denmark-Mo.b.Germany
Batella Gorman-21-F-W-boarder-teacher-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Serene Van Riper-29-F-W-boarder-teacher-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Tioga County
Barton Township
Waverly Village
Roll 624-1084
district 140
page 4a, sheet 4, image 6, April 19
28 Ithaca Street 

54-58
Nelson H. Lyons-63-M-W-head-farmer-married 33yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Amelia (nee Richards) Lyons-53-F-W-wife-married 33yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Richards-86-F-W-mother in law-widow-(of John)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.n/a
Edna Van Riper-13-F-W-neice-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
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1910
New York
Tioga County
Nichols Township
Roll 624-1084
district 153
page 152b, sheet 9, image 17, April 26 

179-186
Josephine Steward-57-F-W-head-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-43-M-W-brother in law-farmer, rented farm-6 children, 4 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
(wife of William is/was Alelea (nee Steward) Van Riper)
Mary Van Riper-16-F-W-neice-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rose Van Riper-15-F-W-neice-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nellie Van Riper-9-F-W-neice-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Stacy Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bert Ball-23-M-W-servant-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Tioga County
Owego Township
Roll 624-1084
district 155
page 175b, sheet 9, image 18, May 4 

231-268
Fred H. Van Riper-52-M-W-head-farmer-married 31yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Myra L. Van Riper-53-F-W-wife-married 31ys.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo..N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-28-M-W-son-odd jobs-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Tioga County
Owego Township
Roll 624-1084
district 155
page 176a, sheet 10, image 19, May 4 

242-249
Maurice Van Riper-83-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-widow (of Mary Ann)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Tioga County
Spencer Township
Roll 624-1084
district 163
page 263a, sheet 13, image 13, May 4 

88-88
Charles M. Van Riper-46-M-W-head-farmer-married 17yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bertha S.(nee Forsythe) Van Riper-36-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-4 children,4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Cleon H. Van Riper-15-M-W-son-farmer-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Pearl I. Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ruby Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Helen Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary A. Forsythe-72-F-W-mother in law-widow (of Henry)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Tompkins County
Town of Danby
Roll 624-1083
district 169
page 241a, sheet 2, image 3, April 18 

25-26
Rollin S. Van Riper-25-M-W-head-farmer, general farming-married less the 1yr.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mila Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married less the 1yr.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Tompkins County
Newfield Town
Roll 624-1083
district 193
page 274b, sheet 3, image 6, April 20 

76-84
Horace A. Van Riper-65-M-W-head-farmer, truck farm-2nd marriage-2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ina E. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ralph C. Van Riper-25-M-W-son-salesman, commercial-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Wayne County
Galen Township
Clyde Village
Roll 624-1094
district 130
page 111b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
78 Columbia Street 

23-25
Ira P. Buckley-39-M-W-head-bus driver-married 16yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella M Buckley-49-F-W-wife-married 16yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fred Buckley-24-M-W-son-extract maker, extract factiory-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lee H. Buckley-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Esther R. Buckley-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Van Riper-45-M-W-hired man, odd jobs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
Westchester County
Rye Township
Port Chester Village
Roll 624-1092
district 121
page 185b, sheet 9, image 18, April 25
344 Locust Avenue 

130-166
Peter Van Riper-33-M-W-head-engineer-married 10yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Scotland-
Elizabeth E. Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Evelyn A. Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George S. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York State
Westchester County
New Rochelle, ward 3
Roll 624-1091
district 90
page 201a, sheet 6, image 11, April 15
95 Elk Avenue 

99-100
Spencer R. Travis-54-M-W-head-salesman, dry goods-married 34yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma A. (nee Van Riper) Travis-53-F-W-wife-married 34yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary C. Van Riper-78-F-W-mother in law-widow, 2 child, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jessie Travis-89-M-W-father-2 children-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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1910
New York
Yates County
Italy Town
Roll 624-1075
district 174
page 146b, sheet 1, image 2, n/a 

 

22-23
Edgar J. Van Riper-55-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 30yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie Van Riper-54-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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September 

 

1910 Van Riper Census, New York State, Seneca County

1910
Van Riper
Federal Census
NEW YORK STATE
Seneca County
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New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 23a, sheet 1, image 1, April 10
Fayette Street 

2-3
Theodore Van Riper-56-M-W-head-plumber, own shop-widow (of Emma)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.Ireland
Florence L. Van Riper-25-F-W-daughter-stenographer, clerks office-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
Hazel C. Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-house keeper-at home-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
Lesbanch A. Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-stenographer, telephone-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.England
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New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo Village, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 25a, sheet 3, image 5, April 18
Washington Street 

67-73
Catharine J. Van Riper-83-F-W-head-widow (of Peter G.)-2 children, 2 living-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland -immigrated 1832(1900 says 1842)
James E. William-62-M-W-son in law-carpenter, house and barn-2nd marriage-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1857
Evalena T. S. (Van Riper) William-61-F-W-daughter-2nd marriage 29yrs.-3 Children, 2 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
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New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Waterloo Village, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 27a, sheet 5, image 9, April 20
River Street 

131-139
Charles B. Van Riper-36-M-W-head-laboer, coal yard-married 9yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
Amma M. Van Riper-36-F-W-wife-married 9yrs-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Roll 624-1081
district 68
page 31a, sheet 9, image 5, April 27
Belles Road 

208-219
Elmer G. Van Riper-30-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 3yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
Minnie (Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 3yrs-1 child,1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.England
Bertha A. Van Riper-1 month-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Fayette Township
Roll 624-1081
district 69
page 35a, sheet 1, image 1, April 16
Burroughs Road 

62-62
Wm. Van Riper-29-M-W-head-farmer-married 9yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Grace Van Riper-30-F-W-wife-married 9yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Beatrice Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Junius, ward 1
Roll 624-1081
district 71
page 60a, sheet 9, image 17, May 6 

220-220
Homer Van Riper-29-M-W-head-farmer-married 1yr.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Bertha Van Riper-19-F-W-wife-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Seneca Falls, ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 82
page 194a, sheet 18, image 33, April 28
Mount Road 

389-399
Walter D. Updyke-41-M-W-head-farmer, home-married 20yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Harriet Updyke-43-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.,0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Edith M. Updyke-15-F-W-adopted daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Richard Van Riper-14-M-W-boarder-farm laborer-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Seneca Falls, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 83
page 289a, sheet 14, image 27, May 2
Canal Road 

283-293
Herbert Watte-33-M-W-head-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Mabel (Van Riper) Watte-26-F-W-wife-married widow 6yrs-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..-
Sarah Van Riper-73-F-W-mother in law-widow (of Richard)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..-
Jiles Hubbard-18-M-W-servant-farm hand-single-6 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..-
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New York
Seneca County
Roll 624-1081
district 86
page 239a, sheet 5, image 9, April 25
Branch of Black Brook Road 

116-116
Grove Van Riper-38-M-W-head-farmer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
John Van Riper-27-M-W-brother-farmer-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
Burnelia Van Riper-63-F-W-mother-widow(of Seth)-5 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Varick Township
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 246a, sheet 2, image 3,
Rendaia Street 

32-34
Jay H. Van Riper-38-M-W-head-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Pearl M. Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Linley S. Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Ovan J. Vanriper-8 months-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
(VanRiper, Linley S, b.1905, d.1967 Mount Pleasant Cemetery-Seneca)
————————————————–
New York
Seneca County
Varick
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 253b-254a, sheet 9-10, image 19, May 2
Reservation Road 

244-255
Edgar (1900 says Edward) Van Riper Jr.-66-M-W-head-own income-married 40yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Frances (Sweezy) Van Riper-64-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-4 children-4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Bert B. Van Riper-36-M-W-son-general farm-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
Ernest N. Van Riper-27-M-W-son-general farm-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y
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New York
Seneca County
Verick Township
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 254b, sheet 10, image 20, May 4
Reservation 

267-278
Peter H. Van Riper-79-M-W-head-farmer-2nd marriage 17yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Fannie L. Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-1 child-0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
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New York
Seneca County
Verick
Roll 624-1081
district 87
page 256a, sheet 12, image 23, May 11 


311-312
Leroy E. Van Riper-34-M-W-farmer-married 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Satie V. Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ida F. Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace E. Van Riper-2-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Barton L. Van riper-3-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 276b, sheet 4, image 8, April 20
Virginia Street 

96-98
Orsa P. Van Riper-40-M-W-head-painter and paper hanger,house-married 14yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charlotte Van Riper-37-F-W-F-W-wife-married 14yrs-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Raymond S. Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Stanley Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Donald Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Willis Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ernie Rheingold-18-M-W-boarder-salesman, notion store-single-
b.Austria-Fa.b.Austria-Mo.b.Austria-immigrated 1901
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New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 2
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 251b, sheet 9, image 18, April 27
Elizabeth Street 

234-244
John G. Van Riper-49-M-W-head-laborer-married 31yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. Van Riper-48-F-W-wife-married-7 children, 7 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary J. Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-single-woolen mill-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Silvers Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Village Township
Waterloo Village
Roll 624-1081
district 89
page 282b, sheet 10, image 20, April 28
Elisha Street 

267-278
Julia Van Riper-71-F-W-head-own income-widow-5 children, 4 living-
(widow of Stephen Vreeland Van Riper -son of Peter Van Riper and Maria Vreeland)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lottie Van Riper-39-F-W-daughter-single-
b.b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 291a, sheet 3, image 5, April 21
195 Elisha Street 

65-68
Silvers Van Riper-50-M-W-head-hostler, private family-2nd marriage 13yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma J. Van Riper-50-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 13yrs.-1 child- 0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lester Marshall-14-M-W-nephew-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 239b, sheet 5, image 10, April 23
Swift Street 

126-n/a
John B. Van Riper-65-M-W-head-contractor, mason work-married 38yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Margaret M. Van Riper-69-F-W-wife-married married 38yrs.-9 children, 7 living-
b.Maine-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Nancy M. Van Riper-34-F-W-daughter-woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
John Van Riper Jr.-25-M-W-son-mason, stone-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Albert G. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-apprentis, stone mason-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Elizabeth E Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-spooler, woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Elize G. Van Riper-67-F-W-sister-winder, woolen mill-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Seneca County
Waterloo Township
Waterloo Village, ward 3
Roll 624-1081
district 90
page 300b, sheet 12, image 24,
Main Street 

 

314-535
Mary M.Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-widow (of william)-8 children, 7 living-
( 1900 says b. N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland)
Katharine Vanriper- 20 daughter-sales lady, store-single-
b.1879 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-23-daughter-sales lady, store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Thomas Van Riper-21-son-machine-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Warren Van Riper-19- son-salesman,clothing store-at school-single-
b. N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Aug. 21, 2008

 

Van Riper 1910 census, Kings County, New York State

New York State
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn-ward 4
New York City
Roll 624-1244
district 40
page 291a, sheet 8, image 15, April 23 

100-155
James Van Riper-40-M-W-head-salesman-married 20yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
Walker R. Davidson-20-M-W-n/a-single-
n/a
Alexander Gatherthson-21-M-W-laborer-single-
n/a
Robert Hoane-21-M-W-laborer-single-
n/a
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn
New York City
Roll 624-957
district 106
page 182a, sheet 2, image 3, April
323 Franklin Avenue 

21-34 (three family house)
Cornelius M. Van Riper-50-M-W-head-carperter,factory-married 26yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Agnes Van Riper-49-F-W-wife-married 26yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Ethel A. Van Riper-23-F-W-daughter-bookkeeper,corset factory-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma M. Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. Carroll-29-F-W-boarder-watress, department store-married 9yrs.,0 children-
b.EnglAnd..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 11
New York City
Roll 624-959
district 237
page 287a, sheet 11, image 21, April 21
646 Fulton Street 

152-202 (three family house)
Eleanor A. Van Riper-39-F-W-Head-seamstress,workingout-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bertha N. Van Riper-35-F-W-sister-seamstress,workingout-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 9
New York City
Roll 624-960
district 189
page 146a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15
726 Sackett Street 

4-26
John C. Oewaes-41-M-W-head-porter-2nd.mariage 6yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna Oewaes-40-F-W-wife- 2nd.marriage 6yrs.-4 children, 2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.England
Frank Van Riper-20-M-W-stepson-chauffer, automobile-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Newark N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bernard Van Riper-21-M-W-stepson-at school-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Newark N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 12
New York City
Roll 624-963
district 239
page 10, sheet 10a, image 19, April
158 Ackerman Avenue 

75-174
Hannah McEwan-67-F-W-head-widow-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Francis McEwan-38-F-W-daughter-clerk, stationary store-widow-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Gilbert McEwan-27-M-W-son-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Lorra McEwan-32-F-W-daughter-clerk, stationary store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Bella McEwan-29-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
George McEwan-23-M-W-son-clerk, stationary office-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Russell Van Riper-9-M-W-grandson-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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New York
Kings County, ward 12
Roll 624-963
district 245
page 101a-101b, sheet 8, image 15-16,
221 Brunt Sreet 

73-144 (Seven family building)
Julia Knight-49-F-W-head-widow-2 children, 0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Joseph Knight-17-M-W-step son-moulder, iron factory-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Agnes Knight-16-F-W-step daughter-painting, bottle factory-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eleanor Knight-13-F-W-step daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Ryper-5-F-W-niece-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Ryper-9-F-W-niece-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George Knight-15-M-W-nephew-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 22
New York City
Roll 624-970
district 528
page 78a, sheet 8, image 15, April 30
262 Tenth Street 

66-137 (two family house)
John Van Riper-54-M-W-head-painter,house-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Holland-Mo.b,Holland
(1900 says b.Sept.1856 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland )
Millicent Van Riper-44-F-W-wife-married 27yrs.-7 children, 4 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Holland-Mo.b.Holland
Otto E. Van Riper-23-M-W-son-helper,plumbing shop-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Viola Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-assorter,telegraph office-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Otto Van Riper-49-M-W-brother-deck hand,ferry boat-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Holland-Mo.b.Holland
(1900 says b.Sept.1856 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland )
———————————————————–
New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 22
New York City
Roll 624-970
district 532
page 127b, sheet 5, image 15, April 22
214 Sixth Avenue 

41-103 (seven family building)
Edward J. Van Reyper-50-M-W-head-florist, wholesale-married 24yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie C. Van Reyper-45-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence E. Van Reyper-20-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 22
New York City
Roll 624-971
district 559
page 300a, sheet 16, image 31, April 22
557 Tenth Street 

192-333
John M. Canzona-39-M-W-head-salesman, gun co..-married 10yrs.
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sadie Canzona-38-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.- 3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Chauncey Canzona-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Arnna M Canzona-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mildred Canzona-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William H Canzona-64-M-W-father-paper co.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
William Van Riper-28-M-W-lodger-n/a,store-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 23
New York City
Roll 624-972
district 601
page 80b, sheet 5, image 10, April 19
10 Arlington Street 

78-96
Harry C. Van Riper-51-M-W-head-cashier,insurance-married 26yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jessie M. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 26yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Mildred Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alice J. Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lucy A. Thomas-29-M-B-servant,private family-single-
b.Alabama-Fa.b.Miss..-Mo.b.Miss..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 23
New York City
Roll 624-907
district 606
page 166a, sheet 5, image 9, April 18
297 Hancock Street 

82-88
Helen E. Van Riper-70-F-W-head-widow (of Richard)-9 children, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie L. Van Riper-30-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J….-Mo.b.N.Y..
Richard V. Van Riper-3-M-W-son-weigh master,warehouse-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J….-Mo.b.N.Y..
Clarence Todd-28-M-W-lodger-office manager,life insurance-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles P. Houston-37-M-W-lodger-office manager, real estate-married 12yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia W. Houston-36-F-W-lodger-married 12yrs.-1 child, living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marrie S. Houston-10-F-W-lodger-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 23
New York City
Roll 624-907
district 607
page 186b, sheet 6, image 12, April 26
377 Jefferson Street 

100-126
Edward Van Riper-43-M-W-head-comm.traveller,buttons-married 14yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Conn..
Lillian A. Van Riper-37-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna D. Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maggie M Owens-20-F-W-servant,private family-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England- immigrated 1908
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 23
New York City
Roll 624-972
district 610
page 251b, sheet 16, image 32,
283 Hancock Street 

214-358
Charles W. Van Riper-45-M-W-head-auditor,drygoods-married 10yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.N.J..-Mo.b.Conn..
Annie A. Van Riper-45-F-W-wife-married10yrs.0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
Annie I. Allan-79-F-W-mother in law-widow-6 children, 5 living-
b.Scotland-Fa.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland-imigrated 1855
Alice M. Allan-47-F-W-sister in law-bookkeeper, jewelry-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
Mary Newman-56-F-W-boarder-teacher, public school- single-
b.Maryland-Fa.Maryland-Mo.b.Maryland
Frank H. Newman-22-M-W-boarder-ajuster, fire insurance-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.Maryland-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence Newman-18-F-W-boarder-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.Maryland-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marie Papenhausen-18-F-W-servant-housework-single-
b.Germay-Fa.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-imigrated 1909
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 24
New York City
Roll 624-602
district 621
page 7b, sheet 7, image 14, April 22
957 Bergen Street 

94-176 (two family house)
George Van Riper-65-M-W-head-own income-married 40yrs-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J..
Margaret Van Riper-62-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 25
New York City
Roll 624-973
district 692
page 26b-27a, sheet 3-4, image 9-10, April 28
185 Parchen Avenue 

29-88
Richard F. Van Riper-50-M-W-head-retail merchant, teas and coffee-married 30yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Martha E. Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-7 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Richard W. Van Riper-23-M-W-son-salesman, real estate-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold G. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 25
New York City
Roll 624-974
district 706
page 26a, sheet 27, image 53, April 29
308 Bambridge Avenue 

100-653
Susannah Van Riper-81-F-W-head-widow (of Bernard)-2 children, 1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Josephine Terhune-59-F-W-daughter-widow-stenographer-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Frederick C. Stopenhager-54-M-W-boarder-married 20yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Frank Johnson-25-M-W-boarder-single-
b.Sweden-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 25
New York City
Roll 624-974
district 708
page 45b, sheet 2, image 4, April 18
135 Sumpter Street 

n/a-n/a
John Hencke-32-M-W-head-plumber, working out-married yrs.n/a –
Elizabeth Hencke-28-F-W-wife-married yrs.n/a-children n/a
Anna Hencke-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Minnie Hencke-5-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Hencke-2-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maria L. Van Riper-64-baorder-own income-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 25
New York City
Roll 624-974
district 710
page 85b, sheet 7, image 14, April 20
1042 Herkimer Street 

n/a-n/a
Mary Van Riper-76-F-W-head-own income-widow 51yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Ireland-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.Ireland-immigrated 1847-
Mary L. (Van Riper) Brown-55-F-W-daughter-own income-widow-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
Carrie Hale-46-F-W-roomer-dress maker-single-
England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Charles Stemper-24-boarder-letter carrier, p.o. city-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 26
New York City
Roll 624-976
district 752
page 235b, sheet 5, image 8, April 16-18
2587 Arlington Avenue 

470-66
Theodore Van Riper-39-M-W-head-moving pictures business-married 14yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sophie Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Viola Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sophie Van Riper-10F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn,ward 26
New York City
Roll 624-979
district 980
page 227a, sheet 4, image 7, April
508 Chestnut Street 

55-71
Henry Van Riper-46-M-W-head-printer, printing-married 25yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rose Van Riper-45-F-W-wife-married 25yrs.-5 chilren, 5 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lilian Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-at school-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Martha Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-book binder-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mabel M. Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James A. Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Henry C. Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 27
New York City
Roll 624-979
district 823
page 261a, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
1129 Lafayette Avenue 

67-157 (three family house)
Emma Van Riper-70-head-widow-sewing, at home-3 children,3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George W. Van Riper-43-M-W-son-bookkeeper, storage house-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 27
New York City
Roll 624-979
district 823
page 261a, sheet 7, image 13, April 20
1133 Lafayette Avenue 

65-153
James Van Riper-49-M-W-lodger-photographer, gallery-married 15yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(and others in boarding house not related)
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 28
New York City
Roll 624-982
district 916
page 232b, sheet 6, image 12, April 18
73 Granite Street 

108-157
Lucius Van Riper-54-M-W-head-bookkeeper-married 27yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma L. Van Riper-48-F-W-wife-married 27yrs.-5 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Aleine W. Van Riper-24-F-W-daughter-clerk life insurance-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ray I. Van Riper-17-M-W-son-clerk life insurance-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 29
New York City
Roll 624-982
district 922
page 66a, sheet 13, image 25, April 23
101 East 2nd. Street 

181-259
William G. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-clerk, milinary-married 2yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Annie A. Van Riper-52-F-W-mother-dressmaker, at home-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 29
New York City
Roll 624-982
district 939
page 291a, sheet 17, image 33,
New York Home for Aged and infirm,Division of Brooklyn 

n/a-n/a
Jane Van Riper-52-F-W-inmate-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 29
New York City
Roll 624-983
district 1019
page 27b, sheet 3, image 6, April 16-18
170 Hinckley 

53-54
Walter F. Clayton-45-M-W-head-broker, real estate-married 20yrs.-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.Vermont
Geneva Clayton-40-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ethel G. Clayton-19-F-W-daughter-stenographer, real estate office-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Walter F. Clayton Jr.-16-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances O. Van Riper-67-F-W-mother in law-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward31
New York City
Roll 624-984
district 1031
page 85a, sheet 11, image 21,
119 Van Sickler Street 

187-298
Derrick Van Sickler-56-M-W-head-painter, paint shop-married 37yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Sickler-53-F-W-wife-married 37yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ira Van Sickler-35-F-W-son-clerk, exress,office-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rebbeca Van Sickler-81-F-W-mother-widow-5 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-43-M-W-boarder-carpenter, shop-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 31
New York City
Roll 624-984
district 1050
page 305a, sheet 15, image 29, April 23
2415 Cropsey Avenue 

242-275
Thomas Van Riper-64-M-W-head-carpenter, building-married 23yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married-married 23yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ellen Van Riper-30-F-W-sister-finisher, curtains-married 10yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold Van Riper-9-M-W-nephew-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 31
New York City
Roll 624-985
district 1102
page 71b, sheet 2, image 4,
173 Senator Street 

37-37
n/a Keegan-43-M-W-head-salesman,S.S.supplies-married 22yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Catherine Keegan-24-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Ireland
n/a Keegan-20-M-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y.Mo.b.N.Y..
Joseph J Keegan Jr.-19-M-W-son-coal yard-
Y..-Fa.b.N.Y.Mo.b.N.Y..
Thomas Keegan-5-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y.Mo.b.N.Y..
Alfred Van Riper-30-M-W-boarder-watchman, building-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y.Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York
Kings County
Borough of Brooklyn, ward 31
New York City
Roll 624-984
district 1047
page 241b, sheet 2, image 4, April 16 

Maurice Kahn-56-M-W-head-meat cutter-married 26yrs.-
b.France-Fa.b.France-Mo.b.France-immigrated 1873
Emma Kahn-55-F-W-wife-married 26yrs.-0 children-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Eliza Bear-59-F-W-servant-widow-private family-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland-immigrated 1894
Joseph Van Riper-50-M-W-helper,about house-married 15yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J.Mo.b.N.J..
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June 30, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper Census, Ohio

1910
Van Riper
Federal Census
OHIO
==================================
Ohio
Allen County
Attawa Township
Lima City,ward 4
Roll 624-1151
district 35
page 204a, sheet 9, image 17, April 22
710 St. Johns Avenue 

154-174
William Van Riper-36-M-W-head-carriiage maker-married 14yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marie Van Riper-32-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Ohio
Erma Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
Raymond Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
Ruth Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
Helen Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Cuyahoga County
Cleveland, ward 10
Roll 624-1169
district 170
page 288b, sheet 1, image 2,
1817 Saint Clair Street 

11-19
Abbey (Abigal) Van Riper-47-F-W- head-keeps lodging house-divorced-1o children, 3 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Minneola Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-factory-single-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.N.J..
Hattie Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.N.J..
Henry B. Duman 61-M-boarder-salesman, department store-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Virgel Yant-45-M-W-boarder-house painter-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Pa.-Mo.b.Germany
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Ohio
Delaware County
Delaware, ward 1
Precinct B
Roll 624-1177
district 34
page 87b, sheet 9, image 18, April 21
Childrens Home
473 Main Street 

220-236
Harry Van Riper-15-M-W-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
William Van Riper-13-M-W-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
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Ohio
Hardin County
Jackson Township
Patterson Village
Roll 624-1187
district 105
page 111a, sheet 2, image 3, April 16 

40-41
Albert F. Van Riper-34-M-W-head-teamster, stone quarry-married 12yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ethel Van Riper-30-F-W-wife-married 12yrs.-0 children-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Roy Holeman-22-M-W-boarder-laborer, stone quarry-single-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Mahoning County
Youngstown Township
Youngstown City, ward 1
Roll 624-1211
district 103
page 111b, sheet 3, image 6, April 20
219 North Phelps Street 

39-50
Auguste Rommenoinkel-31-F-W-head-hair dresser-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-immigrated 1912-
Josephine Van Riper-28-F-W-roomer-divorced-demonstrator-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.Ohio
Anne McKee-29-F-W-roomer-milnery, Dept. Store-single-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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Ohio
Pickaway County
Circleville Township
Circleville Villiage, ward 1
Roll 624-1223
district 141
page 38a, sheet 6, image 11, April 18
154 West Main Street 

140-144
Esther A. Van Riper-64-F-W-head-Physican-widow-3 children,2 living
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Ohio
Pickaway County
Circleville Township
Circleville, ward 4
Roll 624-1223
district 146
page 90b, sheet 6, image 12, April 20
432 Mill Street 

140-146
M. (Myron) E. Van Riper-41-M-W-head-printer, printing office-2nd marriage 3yrs
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Mi..
Florence Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Esther H. Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Illinois
Martha Wilson-70-F-W-mother in law-married 52yrs.-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Maryland-Mo.b.Kentucky
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Ohio
Pickaway County
Scioto Township
Roll 624-1223
district 161
page 288b, sheet 15, image 24, April 27
State Institution for the Feeble Minded 

Frank Van Riper-(22)-M-W-Imbecile-
(1900-b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio)
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Ohio
Shelby County
Clinton Township
Sidney, ward 2
Roll 624-1230
district 130
page 32a, sheet 2, image 3, April 25
1013 Miami Street 

32-35
William L. Van Riper-62-M-W-head-agent, Express Co.-married 28yrs.-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Margret Van Riper-57-F-W-wife-married 28yrs.-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
James L. Van Riper-25-son-secretary, Mfg. Co.-single
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Nellie S. Van Riper-22-F-W-saleslady,dry goods store-single-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Warren County
Union Township
South Labonon Village
Roll 624-1239
district 157
page 221b, sheet 4, image 8, April 19 

97-100
Victor Van Riper-33-M-W-head-Merchant, Own Store-married 11yrs.-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Ruby Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 11yrs-4 children, 4 living
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Doris Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Mabel Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Hayner Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Charles Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Warren County
Turtlecreek Township
Labonon Village
Roll 624-1239
district 156
page 204a, sheet 2, image 3, April 16
16 High Street 

41-46 (two family huse)
Elizabeth Van Riper-58-F-W-widow-3 children, 2 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Fulton County
Gorham Township
Roll 624-1184
district 11
page 176b, sheet 7, image 14, 

162-163
George W. Bauchman-39-M-W-head-farmer,general farm-married 14yrs-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Cynthia M. Bauchman-39-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-3 children-3 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Barnal J. Bauchman-16-M-W-son-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Ohio
Lena L. Bauchman-14-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Ohio
Lettie V. Bauchman-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Ohio
Zelda M. Van Riper-16-F-W-niece-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Hardin County
Kenton City, ward 4
Roll 624-1187
district 98
page 47a, sheet 4b, image 7,
428 Detroit Street 

132-132 (two family house)
Ella Van Riper-37-F-W-head-washer women-widow-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Thelma Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Hardin County
Kenton, ward 3
Precinct D
Roll 624-1187
district 97
page 54b, sheet 12, image 2, April 26 

295-297
James G. Van Riper-29-M-W-head-poultry business-Married 9yrs
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Clora Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 9yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Virginia
Joseph Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Richard Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Pearl Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Hardin County
Kenton, ward 3
precinct D
Roll 624-1187
district 97
page 51a, sheet 11, image 5, April 21
859 Hobler Street 


273-275
Ellen Van Riper-71-F.W.head-widow-16 children, 7 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charles C. Van Riper-45-M-W-son-salesman,U.S. News C.-divorced-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Ohio
Hardin County
Kenton, ward 3
precinct D
Roll 624-1187
district 97
page 54a, sheet 11, image 4, April 21
897 Hobler Street 

277-279
Bertha Van Riper-42-F-W-head-married- 9 children, 6 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
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Ohio
Montgomery County
Dayton Township
Dayton City, ward 6,
Precinct C
Roll 624-1217
district 85
page 179b, sheet 2, image 4, April 16
405 William Street 

William H. Van Riper-58-M-W-head-tin smith-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
Izora Van Riper-49-F-W-wife-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Chayton Van Riper-26-M-W-son-clerk, Post office-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
Carrie Van Riper-24-F-W-daughter-stenographer, Mfg. Co.-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
Christian Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
———————————————————-
Ohio
Cuyahoga County
Cleveland Township
Cleveland, ward 10
Roll 624-1169
district 166
page 248a, sheet 9, image 17, April 27
1420 

 

137-226 (two family house)
Alma Julian-32-F-W-head-keeper,boarding house-widow-1 child-1 living-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1891
Millicent Julian-16-F-W-daughter-single-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1899
Garrett Van Reiper-33-M-W-boarder-printer, shop-single-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
John Hert-35-M-W-boader-conductor, railroad-married 20yrs.-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
=====================================
June 15, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper census, Massachusetts

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Massachusetts
=================
Massachusetts
Hampshire County
Northampton, ward 4
Roll T624-593
district 704
page 146a, sheet 10, image 19, May 12
Northampton State Hospital 

n/a-n/a
Susan Van Riper-59-F-W-Inmate-married 18yrs.-4 children, 0 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
————————–
Massachusetts
Hampshire County
South Hadley Township
Roll T624-594
district 716
page 103a, sheet 20, image 39, April 15
6 Elm Street 

364-428
Thomas Van Riper-62-M-W-head-bookbinder-2nd.marriage 31yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Susan Van Riper-25-F-W-daughter-stenographer, office-single-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary E. Butler-54-F-W-servant-house keeper,private family-married 35yrs.-1 child-0 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
—————————
Massachusetts
Middlesex County
Malden, ward 5
Roll T624-601
district 900
page 33a, sheet 15, image 28, may 28
17 Franklin Street 

245-354
Benjamin F. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-married 10yrs.-commercial, fancy goods-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Agnes Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 10 yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.England-Fa.b.England-M.b.England-imigrated 1884
Mabel E. Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Jessie A. Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Margaret McMillan-30-F-W-lodger-single-
b.Scotland-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland-imigrated 1910
——————————–
Massachusetts
Middlesex County
Melrose City, ward 6
Roll T624-602
district 947
page 135b, sheet 7, image 14, may 20
82 Foster Street 

159-174
Isabella Van Riper-46-F-W-head-saleswomen, dry goods-married 26yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mabel A. Van Riper-24-F-W-daughter-teacher, public school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles E Van Riper-18-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William B. Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles O. Wheeler-57-M-W-lodger-slalesman, shoe store-married 30yrs.-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Mass..
—————————————–
Massachusetts
Worcester County
Uxbridge Town
Roll T624-630
district 776
page 124b, sheet 20, image 40, May 3
Henry Street 

 

393-457
Benjamin Van Riper-36-M-W-head-merchant,woolen mill-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Martha Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-5 children, 3 living-
b.Rhode Island-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.Ireland
Mary E. Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Rhode Island
Martha E. Van Riper-12-F-W-at school-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Rhode Island
Annie C. Van Riper-11-F-W-at school-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Rhode Island
==========================================
6-3-2008

 

Van Riper 1910 Census, Oregon

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
OREGON
========================================
1910 Oregon
Jackson County
South Medford Precinct
Medford City,Ward 2
Roll T624-1281
district 113
page 226a, sheet ,20 image,22, May 11
Front Street South 

John Van Riper-39-M-W-boarder-single-laborer, street work-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
(and many more boarders not related)
——————————————————
1910
Oregon
Klamath County
Klamath Falls Ward 3
Roll T624-1282
district 133
page 50b, sheet 15, image 7,May 3
937 High Street 

335-378
Garrett Kipp Van Riper-47-M-W-head-merchant, grocery- married 22yrs.-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Illinois
Nellie C. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-4 children, 3 living-
b.California-Fa.b.Iowa-Mo.b.Pa..
Gerrett K. Van Riper-19-M-W-son-at school-single-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.Oregon-Mo.b.California
Lillian A. Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-at school-at school-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.Oregon-Mo.b.California
Josephine C. Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.Oregon-Mo.b.California
—————————————————————
1910
Oregon
Klamath County
Klamath Falls Town, ward 2
Roll T624-1282
district 133
page 64a, sheet 29, image 18,
224 Ninth Street 

636-749
Gardner P. Van Riper-34-M-W-head-dealer, realestate-married 15yrs.-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Illinois-(died Sept. 14, 1949)
Anger Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-0 children-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Oregon
Sarah T. Van Riper-73-F-W-mother-widow (of Garrett B.)-7 children, 5 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Indiana
———————————————-
1910
Oregon
Lane County
Cottage Grove City, ward 1,
West Cottage Grove, precinct
Roll T624-1282
district 162
page 267a, sheet 8, image 1, April 21
River Street 

46-47
James W. Gowdy-70-M-W-head-own income-2nd marriage 14yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Tennessee-Mo.b.U.S.
Anna J.(Van Riper) Gowdy-50-M-W-wife-2nd marriage 14yrs.-6 children, 5 living-
b.Illinois- Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
William R. Van Riper-22-M-W-step son-painter, house-single-
b.Nebraska-Fa.b.Rhode Island-Mo.b.Illinois
Virgil W. Gowdy-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.b.Oregon-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Bethel E. Gowdy-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Adaline M. Mount-56-F-W-cousin-own income-widow-2 children, 1 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Tennessee-Mo.b.Tennessee
—————————————————————
1910
Oregon
Multnomah County
Portland, Ward 3
Roll T624-1285
district 140
page 101a, sheet 5, image,9
41 Ella Street 

76-115
Fannie Cheatham-35-F-W-head-Landlady,rooming house-single-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.Kentucky-Mo.b.Kentucky
Charles Van Riper-29-M-W-boarder-foreman, R.R.frieghtyards-married 1yr.
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ida M. Van Riper-26-F-W-boarder-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.Washington-Fa.b.Kansas-Mo.b.Iowa
———————————————————————–
1910
Oregon
Multnomah County
Portland Ward 8
Precinct 54
Roll T624-1286
district 193
page 189a, sheet 10, image 19, April
765 East Main Street 

 

103-107
Robert B. Palmer-28-M-W-head-dealer,realtor-married 3yrs.-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.New York-Mo.b.Indiana
Dorothy E. Palmer-27-F-W-wife-music teacher,at home-married 3yrs.-0 children-
b.Wisconsin-Fa.b.Maine-Mo.b.Indiana
Clara Van Riper-24-F-W-boarder-millener,store-single-
b.Oregon-Fa.b.U.S.-Fa.b.U.S.
————————————————————————-
May 15, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper Census, Missouri

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal census
Missouri
———————————————
Missouri
Cass County
Grand River Township
Grand River, ward 1
Harrisonville
Roll T624-770
district 36
page 167b, sheet 5, image 10, April 19
East Pearl Street 

113-118
Charles H. Van Riper-44-M-W-head-livery and bus line,transfer-ist marriage 11yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Mass..
Cora D. (Jones) Van Riper-38-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 11yrs.-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Kentucky-Mob.Kentucky
Dorothy V. Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Missouri
Stella Starks-19-F-W-lodger-own income-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Kentucky-mo.b.Kentucy
Arthur Wilson-18-M-W-servant-livery barn-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Indiana
Henry Owens-29-M-W-servant-livery barn-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Missouri-Mo.b.Missouri
——————————————-
Missouri
Jackson County
Kansas, ward 9
Roll T624-787
district 117
page 271a, sheet 9, image 17, April 26
1006 East Fifteenth Street 

153-231 (six family Bld.)
John H. Van Riper-49-M-W-head-traveling salesman, stationary-married 20yrs.-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Michigan
Harriett Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-1 child,1 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinios
——————————————
Missouri
Newton County
Neosho Township
Neosho, ward 2
Neosho City
Roll T624-802
district 129
page 194a, sheet 19, image 11, April 

467-465
M.(Mary) E. Van Riper-77-F-W-head-own income-widow (of Charles)-3 children, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Etta V. Rudy-46-F-W-daughter-dress maker, own home-divorced (of P.O.Rudy)-
b.Iowa-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————-
Missouri
St. Louis (Independent City),
St Louis Ward 28
Roll T624-823
district 449
page 191b-192a, sheet 14-15, image 28-29, April 30
5357 Waterman Avenue 

 

134-218
John C. Van Riper-47-M-W-head-banker, Trust Co.-married 23yrs-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna M. Van Riper-49-F-W-wife-married 23yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Delaware-b.Virginia
Walker M.Van Riper-23-M-W-son-secretary, Bank and Trust Co.-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Illinois
Leah M. Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Illinois
John C. Van Riper-19-M-W-son-at school-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Illinois
Geo R. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-at school-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Illinois
Charlotte E. Zoeller-24-F-W-servant, private home-single-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Emma O. Hilkebaumer-29-F-W-servant, private home-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Missouri
Roy B. Wilson-18-M-B-servant, private home-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Missouri-Mo.b.Missouri
==================================================
April 30, 2008 

 

1910 Van Riper Census, Maine

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Maine
==================
Penobscot County
Bangor city, ward 6
Roll T624-544
district146
page 211a, sheet 20, image 38, n/a
135

n/a-n/a
Courtney Van Riper-n/a-(N.J.)M-W-roomer-commercial lawyer-single-
b.n/a (Mi)-Fa.b.n/a(N.J.)-Mo.b.(England)n/a
================
April 30, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper census, Montana

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
MONTANA
=========================
Silver Bow
Butte City, ward 5
Roll 624-836
district 105
page 197b, sheet 3, image 6, April 16, 2008
712 Park Street 

40-53 (three family house)
Thos. Van Riper-40-M-W-head-engineer, copper mine-married 17yrs.-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
Emma Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-2 children, 2 living
b.Michigan-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Jonce Van Riper-16–F-W-daughter-at school-.
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Michigan
Gerrett Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Michigan
——————————————– 

 

April 24, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper census, Michigan

1910
Van Riper
Federal Census
Michigan 

The following COUNTIES that have VAN RIPER–
Berrien, Cass, Genesee, Emmet, Houghton, Grand Traverse, Gratiot,
Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson, Livingston, Lenawee, Marquette, Monroe,
Menominee, Muskegon, Oakland, Osceola, Saginaw, Shiawassee,
Van Buren, Washtenaw, and Wayne…
=============================
Michigan
Berrien County
Galien Township
Roll T624
district 73
page 243a, sheet 8, image 15, May 3 

180-102
Alonzo Goodenough-69-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 44yrs.-
b.Vermont-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.Vermont
Margaret Goodenough-64-F-W-wife-married 44yrs.-9 children, 9 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Germany
Ralph Goodenough-24-M-W-son-farm laborer-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Vermot-Mo.b.Ohio
Hazel Goodenough-19-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Vermot-Mo.b.Ohio
Cessie (Goodenough) Van Riper-42-F-W-daughter-servant at home-married (to Charles) 16yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Vermot-Mo.b.Ohio
Jessie Van Riper-10-F-W-granddaughter-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Mi..
————————–
Michigan
Berrien County
Niles City, ward 4
Roll T624-638
district 82
page 70b, sheet 12, image 24, April 29
598 Front Street 

288-315
Lewis Van Riper-67-M-W-head-own income-married 46yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J.. (was in Civil War)
Sarah C.Van Riper-66-F-W-wife-married 46yrs.-2 children,1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J..(later received pension)
————————–
Michigan
Berrien County
Niles City, ward 4
Roll T624-638
district 82
page 70b, sheet 12, image 24, April 29
560 Front Street 

299-316
James J. Van Riper-72-M-W-head-lawyer, general practice-married 52yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.J..
Clara Van Riper-70-F-W-wife-married 52yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Delaware-Mo.b.Delaware
==============================================
Michigan
Cass County
Dowagiac, ward 2
Roll T624-640
district 101
page 36a, sheet 3, image 5, April 16
106 Cortland Street 

60-61
Mary A. Van Riper-62-F-W-head-widow-
b.N.J..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna Donahoe-18-F-W-boarder-operator, telegraph-single-
b.Mi..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Holland
—————————————–
Michigan
Cass County
La Grange
Roll T624-640
district 105
page 88b, sheet 2, image 4, April 19 

51-51
John Van Riper-62-M-W-farmer, general farm-2nd marriage 19yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.Y..
Idaett (Ritter)Van Riper-49-F-W-wife-married 19yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Ohio
Bertha B. Van Riper-35-M-W-daughter-school teacher, public-single-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Marie E. Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Henry R. Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Stephen L. Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Cynthia Ritter-56-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Ohio
Frank Benedict-20-M-W-hired man-farm laborer-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.M.i..
—————————-
Michigan
Cass County
La Grange Township
Roll T624-640
district 105
page 92a, sheet 6, image 11, May 26 

144-146
Abram T. Van Riper-53-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Catherine Van Riper-76-F-W-mother-widow-8 children 4 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
———————————————
Michigan
Cass County
La Grange Township
Cassapolis Village
Roll T624-640
district 106
page 5a, sheet 1, image 1, April 15
First Street 

3-5
Floy (Van Riper) Savage-27-F-W-head-own income-married 7yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.M.i..
Van J. Savage-5-M-W-son-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.M.i..
Bertha Van Riper-34-F-W-sister-teacher, public school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.M.i..
—————————–
Michigan
Cass County
Silver Creek Township
Roll T624-640
district 116
page 212a, sheet 8, image 15, May 4 

166-167
Ackerman Van Riper-56-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 10yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Edith Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Indiana
Bertha L. Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Indiana
Crustal H. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Indiana
Hazel M. Van Riper-2-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Indiana
Baby Van Riper-1/2 month-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Indiana
===============================================================
Michigan
Genesee County
Flint City
Roll T624-642
district 23
page 175a, sheet 5, image 9,
924 Grand Travrase Street 

106-116
H. Elmer Thayer-51-M-W-head-own income-married 25yrs.-
Carrie Thayer-50-F-W-wife-married 25yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
Amy Thayer-20-F-W-daughter-single-
Margaret Van Riper-28-F-W-boarder-teacher, public school-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.USA-Mo.b.USA
—————————————————
Michigan
Genesee County
Flint City
Roll T624-642
district 24
page 192a, sheet 7, image 14, April 22
1216 Oak Street 

196-200
Clarissa E. Hall-79-F-W-head-widow-4children, 2 living-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Conn..
Anna E. Hall-60-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Clara E. Hall-50-F-W-daughter-teaching, grade school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Margaret Van Riper-30-F-W-boarder-teaching, grade school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
————————————————
Michigan
Genesee County
Gaines Township
Gaines Village
Roll T624-643
district 40
page 202a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15 

33-33
Frank Van Riper-49-M-W-head-own income-married 28yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Mary J. Van Riper-49-F-W-wife-mrried 28yrs.-9 children, 6 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Ella Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Eva C. Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
——————————————-
Michigan
Genesee County
Gaines Township
Roll T624-643
district 41
page 217b, sheet 9, image 18, May 

154-156
Frank Van Riper-21-M-W-head-laborer, farm-married 2yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
(b.April 25, 1889-d.Jan.1974)
Temperance R. Van Riper-20-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Mable I. Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Alta E Van Riper-1month-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
=======================================================
Michigan
Emmet County
Littlefield Township
Village of Alanson
Roll T624-645
district 97
page 149a, sheet 3, image 5, April 20 

56-58
Malvin Van Riper-35-M-W-head-pilotman, boats-married 5yrs.-
b.Mi..Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Ohio
Pearl V. Van Riper-25-F-W-wife-married 5yrs.-2 children, 2 living
b.Mi..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Reba F. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Lealand R. Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.Mi..Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
George Van Riper-70-M-W-father-widow-
b.Mi..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
=========================================================
Michigan
Houghton County
Portgae Township
Villiage of Houghton
Roll T624-647
district 122
page 12a, sheet 12, image 23, April 22
310 Edwards Street 

219-233
Richard Van Riper-52-M-W-head-engineer, copper smelts-2nd marriage 9yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland(1900 says Fa-b.N.Y..)
Margarette Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 9yrs.-2 children,2 living-
b.Virginia-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
Marena Van Riper-20-F-W-step daughter-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Edwin Van Riper-18-M-W-son-store-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
John Van Riper-16-M-W-son-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
================================================
Michigan
Grand Traverse County
Roll T624-648
district 54
page 198b, sheet 1, image 2,
Randolf Street 

25-25
Charles A. Van Riper-45-M-W-head-salesman, farm implaments-married 24yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.(Garret J.)N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Alice Van Riper-47-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Mi..
William H. Van Riper-21-M-W-operator, railroad-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Leon A. Moore-21-M-W-lodger-stove painter,barrel store-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Gratiot County
St. Louis, ward 1
Roll T624-648
district 77
page 309b, sheet 19, image 1, May 7
Carnitt Street 

517-524
Mary Van Riper-65-F-W-head-own income-widow-1 child, 0 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Michigan
Hillsdale County
Hillsdale City
Roll T624-649
district 105
page 108b, sheet 13, image 25, April 29
28 Vine Street 

270-293
Frank Van Riper-57-M-W-head-machinist-married 28yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Ester H. Van Riper-47-wife-married 28yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germay-Mo.b.France
Claude F. Van Riper-27-M-W-son-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
(b.April 17, 1883-d.April 15, 1966)
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Michigan
Ingham County
Ingham Township
Dansville Village
Roll T624-651
district 56
page 95a, sheet 3, image 5, April 18 

74-74
Floyd E. Van Riper-67-M-W-head-farmer,general farm-widow-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
Clara B. Van Riper-37-F-W-daughter-music teacher-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Theodosia W. Branch-65-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Michigan
Lansing
Lansing City, ward 4
Roll T624-651
district 67
page 12a, sheet 12, image 23, April 28
1117 Walnut Street 

289-310 (two family house)
J.(Jay) D. Van Riper-26-M-W-head-agent, railroad-2nd marriage-0 yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Cora L. Van Riper-26-F-W-wife-married 0yrs.-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
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Michigan
Ingham County
Lansing Township
Lansing City, ward 6
Roll T624-651
district 79
page 85a, sheet 3, image 5, April 14
1832 

37-37
Hugh Van Riper-30-M-W-head-laborer,auto factory-married 6yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alice Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.M.i..
Marrion Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.M.i..
Edith Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.M.i..
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Michigan
Ingham County
Onondaga Township
Roll T624-651
district 90
page 211b, sheet 2, image 4, April 15 

60-61
Pomeroy Van Riper-70-M-W-head-asst. postmaster-married 44yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Frances M. Van Riper-69-F-W-wife-married 44yrs.-3 children-1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Emmerson P. McFadden-21-M-W-boarder-teacher, public school-married 1yr.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
Mary F. McFadden-20-F-W-boarder-teacher, public school-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Minnie B. Sell-24-F-W-boarder-teacher, public school-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Jackson County
Jackson, ward 6
Roll T624-653
district 20
page 1, sheet 1, image1, April 15
1625 East Main Street 

5-5
Willard L. Doty-37-M-W-head-foreman-machine shop-14yrs.-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Reka C. Doty-38-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Edwin G. Doty-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Germany
Frank P. Van Riper-52–M-W-roomer-machinist, motor works-married 29yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Jackson County
Jackson, ward 7
Jackson City
Roll T624-653
district 26
page 91b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
505 Mechanic Street North 

15-15
Chas. Van Riper-45-M-W-head-painter, carriage factory-married 15yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Edith Van Riper-30-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-5 children, 3 living-
b.b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Cleo Van Riper-14-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Berince Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Roland Van Riger-4-M-W-son-
b.b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Jackson County
Springport Township
Springport Village
Roll T624-653
district 39
page 256a, sheet 14, image 27, April 29
Main Street 

153-155
John B. Harris-40-M-W-head-landlord, hotel-married 20yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Mary Harris-39-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated
Clair Harris-17-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Earl Fink-29-M-W-boarder-clothing-2nd marriage 2yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.England
Cora Fink-30-F-W-servant-waitress,hotel-2nd marriage 2yrs-0children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
James S. Van Riper-64-M-W-boarder-miller, grist mill-divorced-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
William Goolrich-70-M-W-boarder-own income-widow-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles Wilson-45-M-W-boarder-painrter,house-divorced-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William W. Woods-47-M-W-boarder-married 9yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Kentucky
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Michigan
Livingston County
Handy Township
Roll T624-660
district 104
page 222a, sheet 4, image 7, 

84-84
Charles Cook-30-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 5 yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.USA-Mo.b.Mi..
Maud (Van Riper) Cook-34-F-W-wife-married 5yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Kathrine Cook-4months-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Orren (Orrin) Van Riper-56-M-W-father in law-widow (of Helen)-
b.Mi..-Fa.Pa…-Mo.b.Mi..
Orson Berry-26-M-W-hired man-married 2yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Blanch Berry-23-F-W-hired girl-married 2yrs.-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Helen E. Cook-4-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Livingston County
Handy Township
Fowlerville Village
Roll T624-660
district 105
page 233b, sheet 5, image 10, April 30 

138-139
Carlton Van Riper-60-M-W-head-own income-married 29yrs.-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa..
Laura L. Van Riper-58-F-W-wife-married 29yrs.-0 children-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
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Michigan
Livingston County
Handy Township
Flowerville Village
Roll T624-660
district 105
page 217a, sheet 8, image 15, May 6 

233-234
George Knickerbocker-43-M-W-head-RR mail carrier-married 11yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.NY..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence Knickerbocker-36-F-W-wife- married 11yrs- 0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Charles Abbott-71-M-W-M-W-father in law-widow-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Daphne Van Riper-17-F-W-niece-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.Mi..
Zada Sabel-29-F-W-servant-
b.Mi..-Fa.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Livingston County
Handy Township
Flowerville Village
Roll T624-660
district 105
page 237b, sheet 9, image 18, May 12 

286-288
Daniel Van Riper-65-M-W-head-farmer-married 34yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.N.J..
Lucy Van Riper-64-F-W-wife-married 34yrs.-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Lenawee County
Hudson Township
Roll T624-661
district-65
page 37b-38a, sheet 11-12, image 22-23, May 13 

268-271
Clarence A. Van Riper-45-head-laborer, odd jobs-married 12yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Dora E. Van Riper-32-F-W-wife-married 12yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Texas-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Ray T.(Thomas) Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.(18 Mar 1902) Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Texas
(Ray d. Jul 1967, buried Maple Grove Cemetery,Hudson Township, Lenawee County, Michigan)
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Michigan
Lenawee County
Hudson Township
Roll T624-661
district-65
page 36b, sheet 11, image 22, May 13 

274-277
Fred A. Van Riper-45-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Carrie L. Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married-11yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
(b.Feb.1, 1882-d.Aug. 1975)
Rex Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Ohio
(b.Aug.16,1899-d.June 1980)
Bilo Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Ohio
(b.May 5, 1905-d.June 22, 1991)
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Michigan
Marquette County
Champion Township
Roll T624-662
district 172
page 1b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15 

23-23
Paul Van Riper-34-W-head-physician-married 8yrs.-
b.Iowa-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
(Paul b.June 13,1875-d.Feb.1970)
Edith A. Van Riper-31-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles G. Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Iowa-Mo.b.Mi..
(Charles b.Dec.1, 1905-d.Sept.26, 1994)
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Michigan
Monroe County
Ash Township
Roll T624-663
district 84
page 292b, sheet 11, image 22, May 11 

276-282
Frank Van Riper-33-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 4yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 4yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Ohio- Fa.b.Mi..- Mo.b.Mi..
Charles Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.Ohio- Fa.b.Mi..- Mo.b.Mi..
William Gale-71-M-W-uncle-farmer, general farm- single-
b.Ohio- Fa.b.Mi..- Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Monroe County
Ash Township
Roll T624-663
district 84
page 292b, sheet 11, image 22, May 11 

277-283
Garry Van Riper-59-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 44yrs-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-59-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 44yrs.-7 children,4 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Everett Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school- (b.Dec.26,1894-d.Sept.1981)
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Monroe County
Berlin Township
Roll T624-663
district 88
page 326b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15 

13-13
Jacob Van Riper-69-M-W-head-painter,house-married 50yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Catherine S Van Riper-67-F-W-wife (of Walter Hooper)-married 50yrs.-6 children, 5 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Leora (Van Riper) Hooper-28-F-W-daughter-married 9yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.J..
Gladys Hooper-8-F-W-granddaughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Rhea L. Hooper-6-F-W-granddaughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Elizabeth Hooper-3-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Monroe County
Berlin Township
Roll T624-663
district 88
page 326b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15 

20-20
Chester Van Riper-60-M-W-head-farmer,general farm-married 39yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary J. Van Riper-58-F-W-wife-married 39yrs.-4 children, 3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-30-M-W-son-brakeman, steam railway-married 2yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ethel Van Riper-25-F-W-daughter in law-married 2yrs.-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
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Michigan
Monroe County
Berlin Township
Roll T624-663
district 88
page 327a, sheet 2, image 3, April 16 

33-33
John Van Riper-36-M-W-head-laborer, stock farm-2nd marriage 7yrs.
b.Mi..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Orpha Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 7yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Mi..Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Lenora Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi..Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Daisy Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi..Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Menominee County
Menominee City
Roll T624-664
district 214
page 83b, sheet 11, image 22, April 22
rear of 619 Marrinette Avenue 

145-238 (three family house)
Margaret Van Riper-32-F-W-head-2nd marriage 7yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wesley Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Mi..
Harry Van Riper-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Muskegon County
Muskegon, ward 7
14 precinct
Roll T624-667
district 92
page 229a, sheet 10, image19, April 15
500 Washington Avenue 

148-168
Ralph Van Riper-27-M-W-head-laborer, knittingmill-Married 1yr.-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Anna Van Riper-19-F-W-F-W-wife-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
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Michigan
Oakland County
Holly Township
Holly Village
Roll T624-668
district 126
page 143b, sheet 3, image 6, April 19
South Saginaw Street 

87-93
Willis (William) E. Van Riper-62-M-W-head-targot man, railroad-married 41yrs.-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Canada
Leonora E. Van Riper-60-F-W-wife-marrie 41yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Michigan
Oakland County
Holly Township
Holly Village
Roll T624-668
district 126
page 143b, sheet 3, image 6, April 19
South Saginaw Street 

88-95
Wellington Van Riper-37-M-W-head-mail carrier, rural-married 11yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ethel R. Van Riper-31-F-W-wife-married 11yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Everett W. Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Oakland County
Holly Village Township
Holly Village
Roll T624-668
district 126
page 151b, sheet 14, image 28, May 4
Clarence Street 

392-401
Charles M. Van Riper-40-M-W-head-manager-married 16yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y…
Catherine Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 16yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Kentucky-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Switzerland
Ethelyne R. Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Kentucky
Charles D. Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Kentucky (b.Mar.2, 1897-d.June 12, 1972)
Elton S. Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Kentucky
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Michigan
Oakland County
Orion Township
Roll T624-668
district 133
page 247a, sheet 15, image 28, May 7 


375-385
Peter Van Riper-74-M-W-head-farmer,general farm-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(Peter b. 1835, d. 1925)
Newton I. Van Riper-65-M-W-brother-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia A Van Riper-62-F-W-sister-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(Father of all three is Harman and Phoebe Van Riper, born in N.J..)
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Michigan
Oakland County
Pontiac Township
Pontiac City, ward 3
Roll T624-668
district 141
page 77b, sheet 10, image 20, April 17
124 Howard Street 

213-244
Edmund J. Van Riper-60-M-W-head-night watch,auto factory-married 44yrs.-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Cathrine Van Riper-58-F-W-wife-married 44yrs.-10 children, 6 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Harry C. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-assembler, auto factory-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charles W. Van Riper-31-M-W-son-painter, auto factory-divorced-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Michigan
Oakland
Pontiac City, ward 3
Roll T624-668
district 141
page 83a, sheet 16, image 31, April 30
53 Oak Hill Street 

357-388
William Van Riper-33-M-W-head-proprietor, barber shop-2nd marriage-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Effie Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 1yr.-1 child-1 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Florence Van Riper-3months-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Reginald Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Oakland Township
Pontiac Township
Pontiac, ward 4
Roll T624
district 142
page 88a, sheet 2, image 3, April 15
71 Oakland Avenue 

25-27
John R. Edwards-28-M-W-head-poisher-married 4yrs.-
b.Canada-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Ireland
Minnie E. Edwards-29-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 4yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Mi..
(was married to Charles W. Van Riper)
Willa Van Riper-8-F-W-stepdaughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Oakland County
Pontiac Township
Pontiac City, ward 5
Roll T624-668
district 145
page 134b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
81 ??? Avenue 

21-23
Henry Van Riper-30-M-W-head-plumber-married 2yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Etta Van Riper-20-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-1 child, 1 livng-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lucy Van Riper-1month-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Michigan
Osceola County
Osceola Township
Evart Village
Roll T624-669
district 171
page 52a, sheet 13, image16, May 5
Oak Street 

262-273
Myron A. Van Riper-32-M-W-head-laborer, odd jobs.-married 11yrs.
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
D. Pearl Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 11yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Munroe A. Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Arthur W. Van Riper-5-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Saginaw County
St Charles Township
Roll T624-671
district 75
page 218b, sheet 2, image 4, April 16
415 Belle Avenue 

43-45 (Five family building)
Mrs. Elmira Van Riper-63-F-W-head-own income-widow (of Alex W.)-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Peter E. Bradt-42-M-W-son in law-propritor, meat market-married 20yrs-
N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edith (Van Riper) Bradt-42-F-W-daughter-married 20yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lawrence Bradt-14-M-W-grandson-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Peter Edward Bradt-2-M-W-grandson-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Virginia Rosmary Bradt-8months-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Saginaw county
Saginaw City, ward 19
Roll T624-672
district 68
page 220a, sheet 5, image 5, April 11
615 Elm Street 

45-46
Andrew Van Riper-34-M-W-head-stock keeper, store-married 12yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Clara Van Riper-31-F-W-wife-married 12 yrs.-6 children, 4 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Denmark-..Mo.b.Germany
Ruth Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Helen Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Andrew Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
Marion Van Riper-11 months-F-W-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
———————————
Michigan
Saginaw County
Saginaw City, ward 19
Roll T624-672
district 68
page 237a, sheet 20, image 37, April n/a/
54 Fraser Street 

95-96
Albert L. Van Riper-39-M-W-head-turner, factory-married 8yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Zilda M. Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 8 yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.M.i..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
Gerald M. Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-(b.June 2, 1902-d.Aug.1973)
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Bertram P. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Mary E. Van Riper-60-F-W-mother-married 43yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charlie Bowman-23-M-W-brother in law-machinist, auto factory-married 3months-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.n/a
Lydia Bowman-25-F-W-sister in law-married 3 months- 0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
——————————————–
Michigan
Shiawassee County
Perry Township, precinct 2
Roll T624
district 95
page 162b, sheet 20, image 39, n/a 

519-532
Henry J. Doty-40-M-W-farm laborer-
b.M.i..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Emma Doty-45-F-W-wife-2nd marriage-11yrs-5 children, 4 living-
b.M.i..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Hill Van Riper-20-M-W-stepson-farm laborer-single-
b.M.i..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Daphne Van Riper 17 stepdaughter-at school-single-
b.M.i..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Coe Doty-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.M.i..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Harry Doty-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.M.i..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
================================================================
Michigan
Van Buren County
Hartford Village
Roll T624-677
district 163
page 23a, sheet 8, image 8, May 7 

220-
Cassius M. Van Riper-43-M-W-head-lawyer-married 14yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie Van Riper-40-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Mi..
Fred A. Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Ohio
Maggie Bryant-62-F-W-mother in law-widow-1 child-1 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Iowa-Mo.b.Iowa
=====================================================
Michigan
Washtenaw County
Dexter Village
Roll T624-677
district 139
page 216b, sheet 12, image 4, May 12
Ann Arbor Street 

58-59
Clarence Van Riper-35-M-W-head-mail clerk, rairway-married 14yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Hattie E. Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Margaret Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
—————————
Michigan
Washtenaw
Dexter Village
Roll T624-677
district 139
page 250a, sheet 16, image 11, May 16 

178-179
Charles H. Van Riper-64-M-W-head-married 39yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sarah B. Van Riper-60-F-W-wife-married 39yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.Vermont
——————————–
Michigan
Washtenaw County
Sylvan Township
Chelsea Village
Roll T624-677
district 143
page 289b, sheet 9, image 18 , April 22
East Middle Street 

255-256
Wilber J. Van Riper-43-head-laborer, lumber yard-married 14yrs-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Amelia Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Willis K. Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
Florence Van Riper-41-F-W-sister-laundress, laundry-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Floyd Van Riper-32-M-W-brother-meat market-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
———————————————–
Michigan
Washtenaw
Ann Arbor City, ward 5
Roll T624-677
district 119
page 109a, sheet 6, image 11, April 20
1129 Pontiac Street 

130-143
William L. Van Riper-34-M-W-head-married 8yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 8yrs-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
———————————————
Michigan
Washtenaw County
Bridgewater Township
Roll T624-677+
district 126
page 201a, sheet 10, image 19, May 17 

224-225
Frank Van Riper-37-M-W-head-odd jobs-married 14yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
Estella Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 14yrs-6 children, 6 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
James Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
(b.Oct.26, 1896-d.Aug.1971)
(Frank) Earl Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
Neal Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
Helen Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
Flossie Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
Lee Van Riper-8months-son-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
(born Sept.1, 1909-d.April 1981)
Henry Van Riper-68-M-W-father-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi.b.-Mo.b.Mi..
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Michigan
Washtenaw County
Ypsilanti City, ward 1
Roll T624-678
district 147
page 38b, sheet 6, image 12, n/a
215 South Adams Street 

144-154
Thomas Van Riper-62-M-W-head-painter, carriage-married 35yrs.-
b.n/a-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a (1900 says b. Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..)
Liza Van Riper-53-F-W-wife-married 35yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
——————————————–
Michigan
Washtenaw County
Ypsilanti City, ward 1
Roll T624-678
district 147
page 38b, sheet 6, image 12, n/a
111 Adams Street 

149160
Bert Van Riper-34-M-W-head-teamster-married 10yrs.-
b.M.I..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.England
Carrie Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-2 children,2 living-
b.Canada-Mo.b.Germany-Mo.b.Canada-immigrated 1890
Edwin J. Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Canada
Carl F. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Canada
=============================================
Michigan
Wayne County
Brownstown Township
Roll T624-678
district 1
page 127b, sheet 11, image 22, April 28 

235-238
Jesse Van Riper-27-M-W-head-farm laborer-married 1yr.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.England (b.June 6,1883-d.Dec.1970)
Carrie Van Riper-27-wife-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
William Konarske-19-M-W-farm laborer-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
——————————————————————
Michigan
Wayne County
Brownstown Township
Roll T624-678
district 1
page 127b, sheet 11, image 22, April 28 

236-239
George W. Van Riper-29-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 5 yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mamie H Vanriper-27-F-W-wife-married 5yrs.- 2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
page 128a
Una E. Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Ruth F. Van Riper-9months-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
————————————
Michigan
Wayne County
Brownstown Township
Roll T624-678
district 1
page 128a, sheet 12, image 23, April 29
Tebraltar Street 

241249
Henry Ernest-31-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 6yrs.-
b.b.Mi..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Della Ernest-24-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.England
Stella Ernest-4-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Loine Ernest-2-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Nauman Van Riper-21-M-W-hired hand-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
—————————————-
Michigan
Wayne County
Dearborn Township
Dearborn Village
Roll T624-678
district 3
page 155b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
Morley avenue 

10-12
Ellen Van Riper-73-F-W-head-own income-widow (of John E.)-6 children, 4 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Allen E. Van Riper-44-M-W-son-bookkeeper, brokerage-widow-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Ida E. Van Riper-46-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
————————————————
Michigan
Wayne County
Detroit City, ward 1
Roll T624-679
district 6
page 31a, sheet 3, image 5, April 18
44 Center Street 

30-47
Charles E. Van Riper-46-M-head-solicitor,telephone Co.-married 23yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Minnie L. Van Riper-41-F-W-wife-married 23yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emily M. Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-cashier,Taxicab Co.married 3yrs.-divorced-
b.N.Y..-Fa.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Glenn L. Van Riper-17-M-W-son-machinist, automobile works-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marietta Stahl-71-F-W-mother in law-married 50yrs.-widow-3 children, 3 living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
George H. Penton-22-M-W-lodger-bookkeeper, scale co.-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
—————————————————–
Michigan
Wayne County
Detroit, ward 5
Roll T624-682
district 77
page 258b, sheet 12, image 24, April 25
78 Richmond Avenue 

237-266
John Van Riper-57-M-W-head-machinist, machine shop-married 38yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary A. Van Riper-54-F-W-wife-married 38yrs.-5 children, 2 living-
b.Canada-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.Ireland-imigrated 1863
Dorothy (Van Riper) Hannigan-27-F-­daughter-married 8yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Canada
Ralph Hannigan-35-M-W-son in law-moulder, foundry-married 8yrs.-
b.Mass..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Mass..
Harry Hannigan-6-M-W-grandson-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Mi..
Joseph A. Smith-26-M-W-lodger-machinist auto factory-single-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Frank D. McDonell-23-M-W-laborer, auto factory-single-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
———————————————–
Michigan
Wayne County
Detroit City, ward 7
Roll T624-683
district 106
page 170b, sheet 3, image 6, April 20
1578 Russel Street 

50-56
Harry C. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-barber, own shop-married 10yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Maud H. Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Norman H. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..(b.July 25,1903-d.d.Nov.12, 1987)
Dorothy M. Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Clayton Rayment-21-M-W-lodger-barber-
b.Canada-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada-immigrated 1908
——————————————————————
Michigan
Wayne County
Detroit City, ward 8
Roll T624-683
district 122
page 120b, sheet 5, image 10, April 18
466 Merrick Avenue 

119-119 (three family house)
Catherine W. Van Riper-60-F-W-head-widow (of John C.) -4 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Canada
La Motte Van Riper-33-M-W-son-manager, art store-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
——————————————————
Michigan
Wayne County
Detroit City, ward 10
Roll T624-684
district 156
page 252b, sheet 13, image 26- April 21
1251 Sixteenth Street 

255-264
William H. Van Riper-38-M-W-head-salesman, drug store-married 14yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harriet F. Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Mass..
Grace M. Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Rowland C. Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..(b.16 Jul 1899 -d.Jul 1970)
Charles A. Van Riper-7-M-W-son- at school-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
——————————————————————–
Michigan
Wayne County
Detroit City, district 5
Roll T624
district 210
page 139a, sheet 7, image 7, April 20
1117 Vinewood Avenue 

118-131
George Taylor-59-M-W-head-laborer, pickle factory-married 34yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Vermont
Emma Taylor-53-F-W-wife-married 34yrs.-11children,6 living-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Stella Taylor-24-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.England
Stanley Taylor-20-M-W-son-becnh hand, auto parts factory-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.England
Herbert Taylor-16-M-W-son-messenger, railroad office-sales lady, confectionary store-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.England
Katherine Van Riper-21-F-W-niece-sales lady, confectionary store-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.England
——————————————————————-
Michigan
Wayne County
Detroit, ward 16
Roll T624-687
district 347
page 173a, sheet 10, image 19, April 21
1564 Jefferson Street 

 

212-217
Mary Van Riper-51-F-W-head-house keeper-divorced (Edward,b.Mi..)-4 children, 4 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.N.Y..-Mi.b.Mi..
===========================================================
March 4, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper census, Louisiana

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Louisiana
===============
Richland County
First Ward Township
Police Jury, ward 1
Roll 624-527
district 113
page 26a, sheet 26, image 51, May 19 

 

479-479
Fird (Ferdinand)Van Riper-47-M-W-head-merchant,general-married 20yrs.-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Maud Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-5 children, 4 living-
b.Louisiana-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Alabama
Olsie Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-at school-single-
b.Louisiana-Fa.b.Ohio..-Mo.b.Louisiana
Lemore Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school-
b.Louisiana-Fa.b.Ohio..-Mo.b.Louisiana
Alline Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Louisiana-Fa.b.Ohio..-Mo.b.Louisiana
Lores Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.Louisiana-Fa.b.Ohio..-Mo.b.Louisiana
===============
March 2, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper Census, Kansas

1910
VAN RIPER
FEDERAL CENSUS
KANSAS
===========================
Kansas
Ford County
Dodge City
T624-439
district-46
page 9b, sheet 5, image 10, April 18
801 Fourth Avenue 

23-25-
Carl Van Riper-30-M-W-head-lawyer-married 5yrs.-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.West Virginia
Stella Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-married 5yrs.-1 child-1 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Indiana
Ruth Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Kansas-Mo.b.Indiana
—————————————–
Kansas
Ford County
Willburn Township
T624-439
district-49
page 152b, sheet 7, image 3, April 15 

122-123
Frank Van Riper-29-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 4ys.-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.West Virginia
Maud Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married 4 yrs.-1 child, 1 living-dairy, at home-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Missouri
Levera Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Kansas-Mo.b.Kansas
Charles W. Smith-23-M-W-hired man-farm laborer-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Kentucky-Mo.b.Tenn..
Hulda B. Parry-22-hired lady-servant-single-
b.Missouri-Fa.b.Ohio-Mob.Illinois
—————————————-
Kansas
Ford County
Willburn Township
T624-439
district-49
page 152b, sheet 7, image 3, April 15 

123-124
Joseph Van Riper-56-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-married 21yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Pa..
Delilah J. Van Riper-50-F-W-wife-married 21yrs.-4 children, 4 living-store,general store-
b.West Virginia-Fa.b.West Virginia-Mo.b.Virginia
Herbert Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.West Virginia
——————————————-
Kansas
Reno County
Arlington Township
T624-453
district-146
page 99b, sheet 1, image 2, April 23 

25-25
Abraham Van Riper-54-M-W-head-farmer, general farm- married (in Illinois)34yrs.-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Hattie (nee-Harriet Beecher Jerauld) Van Riper-53-F-W-wife-married 34yrs.-7 children, 7 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Hyler J.(Jerauld) Van Riper-16-M-W-son-at school-farm laborer,home farm-
b.Kansas -Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Illinois
Glen B.Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-farm laborer, home farm-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Illinois
————————————–
Kansas
Reno County
Arlington Township
T624-453
district-146
page 100b, sheet 2, image 4, April 26 

42-42
Ray P.(Philip) Van Riper-26-M-W-head-farmer,general farm-married 0yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.
Winifred M. Van Riper-21-F-W-wife-married 0yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Colorado-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Pa..
Irene B. Van Riper-0months-F-W-daughter-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Illinois-mo.b.Colorado
————————————
Kansas
Reno County
Arlington Township
T624-453
district-146
page 101b, sheet 3, image 6, April 30 

63-63
Westervelt J.(Jay) Van Riper-32-M-W-head-farmer,general farm-married 10yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Illinois
Sarah M.(Myrtle) (nee-Rickett) Van Riper-30-F-W-wife-married (Sept.1899)10yrs.-1 child-0 living-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Tenn..
—————————————–
Kansas
Reno County
Arlington Township
T624-453
district-146
page 101b, sheet 3, image 6, April 30 

68-68
Frank L.(Louis) Van Riper-30-M-W-head-farmer,general farm-married 10yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Illinois
May M. (nee-Spence)Van Riper-27-F-W-wife-marrie 10yrs.-4 children,4 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Clyde A. Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Jesse A. Van Riper-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Arthur Van Riper-4-M-W-son-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Hatie Van Riper-1month-F-W-daughter-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
========================
1910
Kansas
Reno County
Arlington Township
T624-453
district-146
page 100a, sheet 2, image 3, April 25 

39-39
Walter J. Rickett-36-M-W-head-farmer,general farm-married 12yrs.-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mob.Tenn..
Clara L.(Van Riper) Rickett-28-F-W-married 12yrs.-2 children,2 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b..N.J..-Mo.b.Illinois
(Claude Louise,daughter of Abraham and Harriet Jerauld Van Riper)
Clifford J. Rickett-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.Oct.10, 1900 Kansas-Fa.b.Kansas-Mo.b.Illinois
Emley H. Rickett-3-F-W-daughter-
Kansas-Fa.b.Kansas-Mo.b.Illinois
John J. Rickett-62-M-W-father-farmer-widow-(Emley)
b.Tenn..-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Tenn..
—————————————————————-
1900
Kansas
Reno County
Arlington Township
T623-496
district-186
page 15a, sheet 7, image 12, June 12 

 

125-126
John J. Rickett-55-M-W-head-farmer-married 29yrs.-
b.Sept. 1844 Tenn..-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Tenn..
Emley E. Rickett-49-F-W-wife-married 29yrs.- 8 children,8 living-
b.April 1851 Tenn..-Fa.b.South Carolina-Mo.b.South Carolina
Landin C. Rickett-28-M-W-son-farmer-single-
b.Sept.1871 Tenn..-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Tenn
Maggie O. Rickett-18-F-W-daughter-at school-single-
b.Nov 1887 Tenn..-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Tenn
Mary N. Rickett-16-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.April 1884 Tenn..-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Tenn
Haden R. Rickett-14-M-son-at school-
b.Aur.1885 Tenn..-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Tenn
Ora B. Rickett-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Jan.1888 Tenn..-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Tenn
========================================
Note-Some of the above information from “The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton”..1904
February 27, 2008
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1910 Van Riper census, Indiana

1910
Van Riper
Federal Census
INDIANA
==============================
Indiana
Jennings County
Spencer Township
Roll T624-359
district 112
page 139a, sheet 2, image 3, April 18 

30-30
Nancy Van Riper-72-F-W-head-own income-widow (of John)-5 children, 4 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Paul Van Riper-33-M-W-son-teacher,public school-single-
b.Kansas-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Indiana
Maude Van Riper-31-F-W-daughter-teacher,public school-single-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Indiana
——————————————————-
Indiana
Lake County
Calument Township
Gary City, ward 3
Roll T624-362
district 32
page 19a, sheet 4, image 7, April 21
Martha Street 

68-75
Preston Van Riper-33-M-W-head-operator, tower-married 8yr.-2 children, ) living-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mob.N.Y..
Ellen M. Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
——————————–
Indiana
Madison
Alexandria, ward 1
Roll T624-364
district 110
page 189a, sheet 8, image 15, April 21
405 

145-145
George H. Van Riper-54-M-W-head-merchant, grocery-married 29yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.England-
Evra Y. Van Riper-48-F-W-wife-married 29yrs.-9 children, 9 living-
b.Wisconsin-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank C. Van Riper-24-M-W-son-engineer, stationary-single-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Illinois-M.b.Wisconsin
Eliza Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-teacher,public schools-single-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Illinois-M.b.Wisconsin
John H. Van Riper-21-M-W-son-booking, plate glass-single-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Illinois-M.b.Wisconsin
Stuart W. Van Riper-19-M-W-son-booking, plate glass-single-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Illinois-M.b.Wisconsin
Howard W. Van Riper-17-M-W-son-at school-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Illinois-M.b.Wisconsin
Carr P. Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Illinois-M.b.Wisconsin
Elbridge Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.Illinois-M.b.Wisconsin
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Indiana
Marion County
Indianapolis, ward 2
Roll T624-366
district 50
page 31a, sheet 12, image 23
717 25Th Sttreet 

274-234
John C. Van Riper-56-M-W-head-bookkeeper-married-34yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Mi..
Minnie Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 34yrs-6 children, 6 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mob.Indiana
Guernsey Van Riper-30-M-W-son-city editor-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Mi..
Edith Van Riper-26-F-W-daughter in law-stenographer-2 children, 2 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Mi..
Emily Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Mi..
Mabel Hall-26-F-W-niece-stenographer-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
————————————————–
Indiana
Marion County
Indianapolis, ward 2
Roll T624-366
district 50
page 39b, sheet 21, image 40, May 17
Ashland Avenue 

n/a-n/a
Herbert H. Woodsmall-34-M-W-head-agent,insurance-married 11yrs-
b.Georgia-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Georgia-
Lelia Woodsmall-30-F-W-wife-married 11yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Indiana
Harry Woodsmall-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Georgia-Mo.b.Indiana
Barrett Woodsmall-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Georgia-Mo.b.Indiana
Hubert Woodsmall Jr.-5-M-W-son-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Georgia-Mo.b.Indiana
Nunnie Hayworth-38-F-W-daughter(?)-teacher public schools-single-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.North Carolina-Mo.b.Ohio
Edward L. Van Riper-2-M-W-grandson-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Indiana
Guernsey Van Riper Jr.-9months-M-W-grandson-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Indiana
Sean Rode-34-F-W-servant-single-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
(Edward and Guernsey’s father & Mother are-Guernsey & Edith Van Riper )
——————————————-
Indiana
St Joseph
Clay Township
Roll T624-377
district 134
page 23a, sheet 7, image 13, April 26 

144-145
Earnest C. Vanriper-34-M-W-head-fur factory(?)-married 12yrs.-
b.Michigan-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
Tillie Van Riper-31-M-W-wife-married 12yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Marie Van Riper-5-F-W-daugther-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.-Mo.b.(can’t read)
———————————–
Indiana
St. Joseph County
Penn Township
Roll T624-377
district 146
page 23a, sheet 6, image 11, April 23 

136-136
Clyde Van Riper-20-M-W-head-cook,boarding house-single-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Eldridge Gant-54-M-W-boarder-farm laborer-single-
b.Mi.-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
Augast Toukoer-55-M-W-boarder-farm laborer-single
b.Germany-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
Jack Morris-53-M-W-boarder-farm laborer-single
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Indiana
———————————————————-
Indiana
St. Joseph County
Penn Township
Roll T624-377
district 147
page 38a, sheet 8, image 15, May 3 

-134
Warren Van Riper-27-M-W-head-farmer, general farm-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Indiana
Christena Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 2yrs.-1 child, 0 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Indiana
James Van Riper-75-M-W-father-retired farmer-widow (of Louisa)
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Indiana
St. Joseph County
Penn Township
Mishawaka City
Roll T624-377
district 152
page 111b, sheet 5, image 10, April 23
1217 West 2nd Street 

103-104 (two family house)
Effingham Gerard-29-M-W-head-carpenter,house-married 10yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
Ora Gerard-26-F-W-wife-operator, telephone Co.- married 10yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Mildred Gerard-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Indiana
Kenneth C. Gerard-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Indiana
Edgar V. Gerard-4-M-W-son-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Indiana
Sarah Van Riper-54-F-W-mother in law-2nd marriage, 4yrs.-10 children, 6 living-nursing, private house-
b.Pa..Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Grace L. Miller-23-F-W-sister in law-single-laborer, rubber factory-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
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Indiana
St. Joseph County
Penn Township
Meshawaha City
Roll-T624-377
district-156
page 167a, sheet 9, image 17, April 21
302 Masion Street 

191-196
James Holmes-42-M-W-head-moulder-married 19yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Maud (Van Riper)Holmes-41-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 19yrs.-5 children,4 living-
b.Indiana-Mo.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Mi..
Avlin Holmes-17-M-W-son-stenographer,boot factory-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Indiana
James Holmes-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Indiana
Velma Holmes-1yr. 5months-F-W-daughter-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Indiana
D.(Denis) O. Van Riper-22-M-W-stepson-wagon driver,for paving company-widow-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Indiana
——————————————
Indiana
St. Joseph County
Portage Township
South Bend City
Roll-T624-378
district-173
page 69b, sheet 10, image 20, April 20
130 

207-227
Abraham Van Riper-60-M-W-head-foreman, knitting mill-married 35yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Riper-56-F-W-wife-married 35yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
——————————————————–
Indiana
WabashTownship
Wabash, ward 1
Roll T624-386
district 151
page 153b, sheet 2, image 4, April 18
511 Hill Street 

 

46-46
James Van Riper-62-M-W-head-2nd marriage 23yrs-mechanics helper,railroad shop-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
Maria C. Van Riper-56-F-W-wife-2nd marriage 23yrs-3 children-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.Ohio
==============================
Febuary 23, 2008 

 

1910 Van Riper Census, Illinois

1910
ILLINOIS
Van Riper
Federal Census
============================
ILLINOIS
Adams County
Riverside Township
Roll T624-229
district 28
page 276a, sheet 1, image 1, April 15
Soldiers and Sailors Home 

Eden Van Riper-69-M-W-Inmate-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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ILLINOIS
Cook County
Oak Park Township
Oak Park Village
Roll T624-239
district 78
page 192b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
130 Harvey Avenue 

11-24
Arthur Van Riper-39-M-W-head-farmer, retail store-married 8yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Rose Van Riper-36-F-W-married 8yrs.children-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
—————————–
ILLINOIS
Cook County
Proviso Township
Maywood Village
Roll T624-240
district 90
page 131b, sheet 13, image 28, April 26
1003 North 8th. Avenue 

282-321
T. K. Murney-35-M-W-head-soliciter for blueprint co.-married 10yrs.-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Jenny (Van Riper) Murney-30-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Tracy Murney-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mob.Illinois
Carlton Murney-2-M-W-son-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mob.Illinois
Cornelia (Ackerman) Van Riper-73-F-W-mother in law-widow (of Abraham)-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
1. Abraham C. Van Riper was born 25 Mar 1829, N.J…
He was the son of 2. Cornelius R. Van Riper and 3. Mary Sickles.
He married Cornelia Ackerman 1855 in Bergen Neck (Jersey City), NJ,
daughter of Jacob Ackerman and Gertrude Cubberly.
She was born Jun 1836 in Bergen Co., NJ. Moved to Illinois.
(History of Huson County-Winfield p506)
——————————-
ILLINOIS
Cook County
Track C6
Roll T624-243
district 225
page 52a, sheet 1, image1, April 16
704 Thirty Seventh Street 

5-6 (four family house)
A.(Abram) Van Riper-65-M-W-head-widow (of Amanda)-3 children, 3 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Van Riper-30-M-W-son-laundry man-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Florence Van Riper-25-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
—————————
ILLINOIS
Cook County
Track 15
Chicago, ward 6
Roll T624-245
district 329
page 265b, sheet 6, image 12, April
1036 43rd. Street 

64-115
James C. Van Riper-23-M-W-head-bill clerk, rail road-married 4yrs.-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Indiana
Grace A. Van Riper-25-F-W-wife-married 4yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Alvin H. Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b..Mi..
Bertha. Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.Idniana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b..Mi..
Frank Carr-30-M-W-lodger-printer, publishing company-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mob.Illinois
———————————-
ILLINOIS
Cook County
Track 18
Chicago, ward 6
Roll T624-246
district 346
page 187b, Sheet 6, image 12, April 23
433 46th Street 

73-161
Mary Roak-52-F-W-head-widow-6 children, 4 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Ireland
Edith Roak-27-F-W-daughter-dressmaker,at home-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Illinois
Anna Roak-25-F-W-daughter-dressmaker,at home-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Illinois
George Van Riper-27-M-W-lodger-slaesman,cigars-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
May Fowler-19-F-W-lodger-order clerk,in store-single-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Della Haeger-24-F-W-lodger-saleslady,dry goods store-married 1yr.,0 children-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Ohio
———————————-
ILLINOIS
Cook County
Tract 12
Chicago, ward 6,
Roll T624-246
district 352
page 278a, sheet 13, image 25, April 15to25
4511 Indiana Avenue 

36-272
Frank Van Riper-27-M-W-head-clerk,railroad-married 1yr.-
B.Illinois-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Bohemian
Lillian Van Riper-26-F-W-wife-married 1yr.-0 children-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Bohemian-Mo.b.Bohemian
————————————-
ILLINOIS
Cook County
Track 61
Chicago City, ward 32
Roll T624-278
district 1381
page 116b, sheet 2, image 2, April16
6443 Yale Avenue 

19-23
Bert Newmark Jr.-28-M-W-head-adjuster, insurance-married 1 yr.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Edith Newmark-25-F-W-wife-married 1 yr.-1 child 1 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Wales-Mo.b.Wales
Richard A. Newmark-1month-M-W-son-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
William T. Jones-67-M-W-father in law-own income-
b.Wales-Fa.b.Wales-Mo.b.Wales
Herman J. Van Riper-45-M-W-lodger-bookkeeper, railroad office-widow-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Illinois
——————————–
ILLINOIS
Cook County
Chicago, ward 33
Roll T624
district 1449
page 216a, sheet 2, image 3, April 26
11953 La Fayette Avenue 

17-20
Richard Loury-31-M-W-head-timekeeper, Railroad-married 10yrs-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Irene Loury32-F-W-wife-married 10 yrs.-3 children, 3 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Mildred Loury-9-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Eugen Loury-6-M-W-son-at school-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Richard Loury-2M-W-son-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
Nettie Van Riper-20-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Illinois
———————————–
ILLINOIS
Knox County
Galesburg Township
Galesburg City, ward 6
Roll T624-299
district 162
page 200b, sheet 6, image 11,
576 

145-152
Richard Van Riper-59-M-W-head-paint-married 40yrs-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Effie C. Van Riper-59-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-5 children, 2 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Indiana
————————————–
ILLINOIS
Lake County
Deerfield Township
Fort Sheridan Military Preservation
Roll T624-301
district 98
page 150a, sheet 6, image11, April 23
Sheridan Road 

Oren Van Riper-20-M-W-private-single-
b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..Mo.b.Mi..
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ILLINOIS
Lake County
Deerfield Township
Highland Park City, ward 2
Roll T624-301
district 99
page 182a, sheet 21, image 23, May 12
227 Park Avenue 

211-214
Nettie (Nahm) Van Riper-46-F-W-head-keeper,boarding house-widow (of Louis)-
(married Dec.15,1885)-4 children, 4 living-
b.Norway-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Norway
James Van Riper-23-traveling man,leather Co.-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Norway
Gordon Van Riper20-M-W-son- traveling, leather Co.-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Norway
Edna Mary Van Riper-19-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Norway
Ethel M Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Norway
Emma Striet-25-F-W-servant-general maid-single-
b.Wisconsin-Fa.b.Wisconsin-Mo.b.Wisconsin
————————————–
ILLINOIS
Lee County
Wyoming Township
Pau Pau Village
Roll T624-302
district 63
page 286a, sheet 6, image 11, April 22
Grummon Street 

140-143
Charlot J. Van Riper-48-F-W-head-own income-single-
b.Illnois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
————————————–
ILLINOIS
Warren County
Tompkins Township
Kirkwood Village
Roll T624
district 152
page 319b, sheet 17, image32, May 11 

300-200
Abraham Van Riper-43-M-W-head-farming, general farming-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Alta (Fordyce) Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married (Sept.24,1896) -3 children, 2 living-
b.Indiana-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Indiana
Margret Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Indiana
James Van Riper-5-M-W-son-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Indiana
————————————-
ILLINOIS
Warren County
Tompkins Township
Kinwood Village
Roll T624-332
district-152
page 324a, sheet 22, image 41, May 16 

 

424-426
Nealy (Cornelius) Van Riper-47-M-W-head-farming, general farming-married 21yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Eldora Belle (Brooks) Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married (Mar.20,1889) 21yrs.-4 children, 3 living-
b.Maine-Fa.b.N.H..-Mo.b.N.H..
Gertrude Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Maine
Edward Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Maine
Ray Coneshor Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Illinois-Mo.b.Maine
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Feb.19, 2008

 

1910 Van Riper census, Connecticut

1910
Van Riper
Federal Census
Connecticut
==========================
Connecticut
Fairfield County
Bethel Township
Bethel Borough
Roll T624-127
District 2
page 9b, sheet 1, image 2, April 15
56 Grassy Plain Street 

19-24
Henry A. Wheeler-60-M-W-head-manf., hats-married 28yrs.-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. Wheeler-53-F-W-wife-married 28yrs.-4 children, 3 living-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna Wheeler-25-F-W-daughter-bookkeeper, hats-single-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Conn..
F. Edward Wheeler-23-M-W-son-hat factory-single-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Conn..
Marguerite Wheeler-17-F-W-daughter-at school-single-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Conn..
Chloe A. Gilbert-87-F-W-mother in law-own income-widow-4 children,3 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Franics L. Van Riper-59-F-W-sister in law-own income-widow-1 child,1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————
Connecticut
New Haven County
Ansonia Township
Ansonia City,ward 1
Roll T624-
District 318
page 6b, sheet 6, image 12, April 19
82 North Cliff Street 

90-130
Charles E. Vanriper-37-M-W-head-clerk,brass factory-married 11yrs.-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.England
Ida L. Vanriper-37-F-W-wife-married 11yrs.-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Wales-Mo.b.Wales
—————————————————
Connecticut
New Haven County
Ansonia, ward 5
Roll T624-137
District 326
page 146b, sheet , image 14, April 21
21 Frankl;in Street 

132-181
William H. Foster-47-M-W-head-bookkeeper,National Bank-married 23yrs.-
b.Conn…-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Conn..
Harriett L. Foster-40-F-W-wife-married 23yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.England
Ralph E. Foster-15-M-W-son-at school-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Riper-79-F-W-mother in law-widow-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-immigrated 1855
———————————————-
Connecticut
New Haven County
Ansonia, ward 4
Roll T624-137
District 324
page 103a, sheet 3, image 6,
89 High Street 

33-44
Edwin Van Riper-44-M-W-head-clerk, iron foundry-married 4yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.England
ClaraVan Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 4yrs-1 child, 1 living-
b.Conn.-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
Lawson Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Conn..
——————————————
Connecticut
Tolland County
Ellington Town
Roll T624-143
District 555
page 36b, sheet 3, image 5, April 20 

 

27-29
Herbert F. Bell-43-M-W-head-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Conn..
Annie T. (Van Reiper) Bell-42-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J.-Mo.b.Conn..
Sarah A. Van Riper-84-F-W-mother in law-widow (of David Van Reiper)-1 child,1 living-
b.Conn..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Conn..
===============================================
January 09, 2008.

 

1910 Van Riper census, Colorado

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Colorado
====================== 

Colorado
Denver County
Denver City
Roll T624-116
district 161
page 153b, sheet 2, image 4, April 16
309 Ellsworth Street 

46-43
Ransom Van Riper-58-M-W-head-machinist,chemical works-married 37yrs-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lydia A. (Tuttle) Van Riper-59-F-W-wife-married (Dec.2,1872) 37yrs.-3 children,2 living-
b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Alva Van Riper-36-M-W-son-solicitor,business house-single-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
Jessie B. Hamilton-31-F-W-daughter-widow, 1 child,0 living-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
—————————————– 

Colorado
El Paso County
Colorado Springs, ward 6
Roll T624-119
district 52
page 152b, sheet 1, image 2
706 South Nevada Avenue 

 

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Eddie B. Van Riper-42-M-W-head-carpenter, house-married 16yrs-
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Alma Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-married 16yrs., 3 children,1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eunice Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-
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Jan. 7, 2008

 

CHAULAN: Hotel des Indes, Batavia

“Ook deze, historisch zeer interessante, reaktie van Karin Riper voegen we toe:

Wat een geweldige website hebben jullie gemaakt. Ik kwam er zelfs mijn indische voorouder Chaulan en zijn broer op tegen. Het gaat over Hotel des Indes te Batavia.

De verhalen over welk oorspronkelijk gebouw uiteindelijk bedoeld wordt als men over Hotel des Indes praat, vind ik erg verwarrend. De een zegt dat het de voormalige residentie Moenswijk was van Adriaan Moens, destijds directeur-generaal van de V.O.C. en een ander zegt dat het het voormalige huis was van de Klerk. De huizen lagen schijnbaar heel dicht bij elkaar.

 Het huidige archief in Djakarta zit in het huis van de Klerk en Moenswijk het huis van Moens (zou Hotel des Indes geweest moeten zijn) is afgebroken en daar staat sinds die tijd een groot winkelcentrum Duta Merlin. 

Hoe ben jij aan je gegevens gekomen? (Door heel veel te lezen – Aad)

Surleon Antoine Chaulan (geboren in 1793 te Aubagne, Provence, Zuid-Frankrijk, vandaar Hotel de Provence), die als eerste Chaulan de meisjesschool gekocht zou hebben om er Hotel de Provence van te maken was de oudere broer en dus niet de vader van mijn voorouder Etienne Chaulan (geboren in 1806, geboorte ingeschreven te Aubagne, maar zeer waarschijnlijk geboren te Verona, Italie, zijn vier jaar jongere zus was geboren in Piacenza, Italie).

De verhalen gaan echter ook (ik heb het dan over bronnen buiten mijn familie, want die weten helemaal niets (of vinden dat er niet over de doden gesproken mag worden) over hun voorouders laat staan over Hotel des Indes), dat hun vader Antoine (Michel Antoine) Chaulan, degene was die de meisjesschool kocht, waarschijnlijk ten gunste van zijn oudste zoon.

Surleon Antoine verloor in Aubagne binnen vijf jaar na zijn huwelijk eerst zijn dochtertje en toen zijn vrouw. Ik denk dat hij naar Nederlandsch-Indië gevlucht is om in den vreemde alle verdriet te proberen te vergeten. Dit Chaulan gezin was best reislustig te noemen. Ondanks dat zij in Zuid-Frankrijk woonden kregen ze twee van hun vier kinderen in Italie. Nederlandsch-Indië was schijnbaar ook niet te ver.

Trouwens, in 1852 verkocht Etienne Chaulan Hotel des Indes aan een Zwitsers personeelslid genaamd Francois Auguste Emile Wijss. Deze Wijss was op 4 december 1851 te Batavia gehuwd met Antoinette Victorine Chaulan, oudste dochter (op dat moment pas 16 jaar) van Surleon Antoine Chaulan, die dus de broer was van Etienne Chaulan.

Scott Merrillees heeft het in zijn boek Batavia over Surleon Antoine Chaulan die het gebouw in 1829 kocht. Dat zou dan Antoine (Michel-Antoine) Chaulan, zijn vader moeten zijn geweest. In 1835 werd het hotel geleid door een van Surleon Antoine Chaulan’s zoons, geboren in 1793. Dat zou dan juist Surleon Antoine moeten zijn en ook daar noemen ze Etienne ten onrechte de zoon van Surleon Antoine Chaulan.

Het boek Adoeh, Indie, het beste van Hein Buitenweg, geschreven door Rene Wassing en Rita Wassing-Visser noemt residentie Moenswijk van Adriaan Moens als plek waar Hotel des Indes gestaan heeft.

Rob Nieuwenhuys heeft het in Baren en oudgasten (Tempo doeloe-een verzonken wereld) ook over landgoed Moenswijk. In het boek Logementen en Herbergen van Oud-Batavia heeft L.F. van Gent het ook over Moenswijk. Misschien zat alleen de dependence van Hotel des Indes daar.

Oud Batavia deel twee, het gedenkboek uitgegeven door het Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen naar aanleiding van het driehonderdjarig bestaan der stad in 1919, verhaalt over Moenswijk, het vroegere buiten van den Directeur-Generaal A. Moens, de tegenwoordige Dependence van het Hotel des Indes.”

(Door Karin Riper ingezonden brief aan Aad Engelfriet – www.engelfriet.net)

Zelf gemaakt

Poppenhuis miniatuur taartjes enz.Een overzicht van verschillende taarten, taartjes, desserts, puddingen en kerstappeltjes op bordjes, schaaltjes enz. Ik heb alles gemaakt van knopen, kralen en andere kapotte sieraden, dopjes, deurstopper, magnetisch plastic damsteentje, oorclipsversieringen, bambinosteentje, splitpennen, doorzichtige punaise, diadeemversieringen uit mijn kindertijd, besjes van kerststukjes, oogschaduwblikje  en gekleurde kopspelden. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur olielamp, windlichten, vaasjes enz. Het roze en witte schaaltje zijn kralen op een sieraadonderdeel. De roze olielamp is gemaakt van kralen en andere sieradenonderdelen. De vaasjes eronder staan ook op sieraadonderdelen. Alle andere dingen zijn ook onderdelen van kapotte sieraden. De windlichten op de kast zijn gemaakt van twee omhulsels van 1:1 kerstlampjes met daarin twee dezelfde kralen als het roze schaaltje maar met een langwerpig kraaltje als kaars erin. 

Een aantal taarten, taartjes en desserts De achterste taart links staat op een schaal die bestaat uit een zuignap en een oorstekerstopper met plastic voor de stabiliteit. Het fruit op de voorgrond rechts is een oorclips met een knoop. als fruitschaal. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur koekjes, bonbons, beschuitjes, bonbonnière en voorraadpotten. De koekjesschaal op poot bestaat uit een grote knoop op een gele doorzichtige pushpin op nog een knoop en de koekjes zijn platte naturelkleurige houten kraaltjes. De andere koekjesschaal is de achterkant van een grote knoop met daarop dezelfde kraaltjes. De ovenschaal is een oogschaduwblikje met weer dezelfde kraaltjes. De drie beschuitjes op de voorgrond zijn van dezelfde kraaltjes met gekleurde kleine snoepjes er op. De bonbons zijn van kleine bruine kraaltjes met gekleurde snoepjes er op en de bonbonnière is een oogschaduwblikje op een onderdeel van een sierraad. De bewaarblikken had ik al beschreven. De glazen bonbonnière is gemaakt van twee knopen en een kristallen kraaltje als greepje. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur lippenstift, olielampjes en voorraadpot. De lippenstift is gemaakt van de schroefsluiting van een ketting met een rood geverfd stukje tandenstoker erin.  De olielampjes had ik al beschreven. De bewaarbus is een dopje van een lippenbalsem met daarop een zilverkleurige kraal met een mooie kopspeld als greepje. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur kerstbal, pieken, windlicht en kaarsenstandaard. Op de achtergrond het al beschreven windlicht en er naast net zo’n kaarsenstandaard met kaarsje als er in zit. Het kaarsje is een geribbeld kraaltje die om het touwtje van de ketting was heen gesmolten. Toen ik de ketting in losse kraaltjes knipte dacht ik nog niet aan kaarsjes, maar omdat ik de stukjes draad niet helemaal tot aan de kraal kon afknippen kwam opeens het idee van bewerkte kaarsjes, met het niet af te knippen draadje als lontje, in me op. Op de voorgrond een kerstbal en twee pieken voor op de kerstboom. Het is nog een hele toer geweest om die metalen kralen in drie maten goed recht op elkaar te lijmen zodat de gaten recht boven elkaar zaten, maar uiteindelijk is het gelukt, maar voorlopig heb ik het maar bij deze twee gelaten. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur tijdschriftenrekken. Dit zijn scheermesjeshouders. 

 Poppenhuis miniatuur bewaarblikken en potjes en op de voorgrond een voetkussen gemaakt van een beklede knoop op een holle knoop. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur flesjes nagellak, flessen badschuim, parfumflesjes, potjes crème en op de voorgrond een lippenstift en zeep op een schaaltje. De flesjes van de nagellak zijn plastic kralen die deze kleuren al hadden. De goudkleurige dekseltjes van de potjes crème zijn kruiskop schroefjes. De gele en groene dopjes op de groene parfumflesjes zijn afgeknipt van hele kleine plastic bloemetjes en op de twee witte flesjes zitten o.a. oorstekerstoppers. De goudkleurige plateautjes met de gaten en die met de handvatten komen van goudkleurige metalen riemen, de twee met de mooie opengewerkte randen zijn achterkanten van broches en ook nog een paar blikjes van oogschaduw als plateautjes. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur parfumflesjes en potjes crème van o.a. kralen, oorstekers en gekleurde kopspelden. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur doe het zelf / diy allerlei doppen die gebruikt kunnen worden als bloempot, prullenbak, plantenbak enz. De goudkleurige dop zat op een Eau de Cologne fles, de rode dop had ik al uitgelegd, de bruine dop zat op een astma inhaler, de witte dop zat ook op een luchtje, de zwarte en de rood met goudkleurige tekening komen van lippenstiften. De kaarshoudertjes voor op een taart kunnen misschien dienen als tuinfakkels. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur doe het zelf / diy. Op de voorgrond allerlei knopen die kunnen dienen als koekjesschalen of als dessertbordje en die met het kleedje erin kan ook als dienblad gebruikt worden, want die heeft een hogere rand.  Op de achtergrond miniatuurtjes die ik al beschreven had. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur bloempot op poot gemaakt van de dop van afwasmiddel waarvan je het bovenste gedeelte moet uittrekken om het afwasmiddel er uit te kunnen laten komen. Er zit een plastic ringetje onder zodat de bloempot stevig staat. 

Poppenhuis miniatuur krukjes, tafeltjes en taartstandaard. De zwarte krukjes zijn gemaakt van knopen en plastic garenklosjes. De koekjesschotel op poot is gemaakt van een plastic schaakstuk (een toren) en een knoop met daarop een kleedje uitgeknipt uit een groter rubber of plastic kleed.  Het kleine tafeltje is gemaakt van de houten dop van een jeneverfles op alweer een schaakstuk en weer een toren, maar deze keer van hout. Natuurlijk moet er nog iets over het tafeltje komen anders blijf je de naam van de jenever zien. Op de voorgrond zie je een bakje wat over de onderkant van een fles van een bekend luchtjesmerk zit. De buitenste tafeltjes in de parfumerie (die in een kleine houten bak van Xenos) zijn twee van deze bakjes die ik bekleed heb en het ronde tafeltje is een bekleed potje van gezichtscrème. 

 

DE WIT: Pieter Adamsz de Wit en Trijntje Schuit

Pieter Adamsz de Wit doopinschrijving dd. 9 februari 1768 in ’t Veld (NH)

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Pieter Adams de Wit overlijdensakte dd. 16 januari 1846 te Zijpe (NH)

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit rouwadvertentie (bron: Opregte Haarlemsche Courant dd. 24 januari 1846)

Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit 1768-1846 bidprentje

Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit nalatenschap 1

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit nalatenschap 2

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit kadaster Klein Toornvliet 1 (bron: J.N. de Wit)

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit kadaster Klein Toornvliet 2

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit de zes boierderijen die hij in 1832 in bezit had (bron: J.N. de Wit)

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Catharina Jans Schuijt overlijdensakte dd. 1 juli 1842 te Zijpe (NH)

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

 

Catharina Schuit rouwadvertentie (bron: Opregte Haarlemsche Courant dd. 7 juli 1842)

Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Catharina Schuijt 1767-1842 bidprentje

Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit x Catharina Jans Schuijt trouwinschrijving dd. 2 mei 1790 te Oude Niedorp (NH)

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit x Catharina Schuit 50-jarig huwelijksadvertentie (bron Koninklijke Bibliotheek historische kranten)

Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Pieter Adamsz de Wit x Maria Hout huwelijksakte dd. 18 oktober 1842 te Zijpe (NH)

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

 

Maria Hout Memorie van Successie

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Pieter Adamsz de Wit

Keuken in een broodtrommel, kinderkamer met 1:144 meubeltjes en meer

Poppenhuis miniatuur keuken. Overzichtsfoto van een keuken in een broodtrommel.

Alle emaille miniaturen, de pot jam en het fornuis komen van Country Contrast uit Engeland.

Alle meubeltjes komen van Streets Ahead Dollshouse uit Engeland. Het schort en de theedoek zijn eigen maaksels.

Poppenhuis miniatuur kleedkamer. Dit tafereeltje is gemaakt in een boekdoosje van Xenos. De binnenmaten zijn 15 cm. hoog,  8 cm. breed en 4,5 cm. diep. Het behang komt uit patronen kartonboekjes gekocht bij Action. Alles wat in de kast staat heb ik gemaakt, behalve de schoentjes. De hoed, bijpassende parasol en het tasje komen uit Engeland. Het stuk spiegelglas had ik nog en voor de omlijsting heb ik stukken decoratielintsticker gebruikt, ook gekocht bij Action. De strikken had ik ook nog ergens.

Poppenhuis miiatuur kinderspeelkamer / nursery gemaakt in een grote wijnkist. De vitrinekast, de tafel en de stoelen heb ik gekocht bij Joop Voerman.

Op de voorgrond Rocking Horse en Orange Tabby Cat, op de achtergrond op de schommelstoel Puss in Boots Blue, ernaast op het bankje, Jointed Doll en Golly, op de voorgrond rechts Baby Doll Pink in Pushchair. Alle poppetjes in dit kamertje hebben beweegbare armpjes en beentjes. Allemaal tinnen miniaturen, gemaakt door Hantel Victorian Miniatures uit Schotland. Het poppenhuispoppentheeserviesje komt uit Engeland. De kachel is gemaakt door een Nederlander, maar ik weet even niet meer hoe hij heet.

Op de kast zitten Kitty Cucumber Blue Dress, Pierrot, Cat and Fiddle en Pussycat ook van Hantel.

De Pusschair met het babypoppetje van dichtbij.

In de kast allemaal 1:144 poppenhuismeubeltjes en miniaturen uit Engeland. Op de onderste plank rechts tinnen soldaatjes ook uit Engeland.

Het poppenhuisje naast de kast is ook van Hantel, de gevel kan open.

De twee dametjes zitten lekker aan de poffertjes en iets te drinken, de kleurspullen zijn er voor op zij geschoven. Na de poffertjes is er ook nog fruit.

Diverse tafereeltjes

Poppenhuis miniatuur buiten tafereeltje in een park, gemaakt in een klein wijnkistje. Het huisje achter het dienstmeisje, de vogels aan de linker wand en de vogel tegen het plafond zijn ooit broches geweest. De omslagdoek en het spreitje in de kinderwagen heb ik gehaakt. Het meisje en de baby zijn van Het Wolwereldje. De kinderwagen komt uit Engeland. Het plafond van het kistje en de buitenkant zijn lichtblauw geverfd en de binnenwanden zijn behangen met lichtblauw behang met wit en roze vlekjes, uit een stalenboek.

Poppenhuis miniatuur kleedkamer gemaakt op een klein spelbord. Dit tafereel heeft allen een vloer, het behang is er alleen voor de foto achter gehouden. Het lampetstel komt uit Amerika en het zeepschaaltje met deksel en het sieradenkistje komen uit Engeland. De hoedendoos heb van Internet geprint.

De parfumflesjes heb ik gemaakt. De crème en de poederdoos komen uit Engeland.

Poppenhuis miniatuur drankentafereeltje in een cadeauverpakking van Jonge Bols.

Poppenhuis miniatuur prieeltje romantisch tafereel in een lantaarn / windlicht. De rozen in de vaas zijn gemaakt door Else Keuker. De rozenstruik is van dezelfde persoon als de wit en goud versierde kerstboom in één van de kerstkamertjes en ik weet even niet meer wie dat is.

De rozen zijn gemaakt door Else Keuker. Ik denk dat het servies van Euromini’s is.

Diverse kamertjes (2)

Poppenhuis miniatuur zitkamer voor poppenhuiskinderen gemaakt in een al wit geverfd houten doosje met doorzichtig deksel met als tekst grande marque biscuiterie enz,, gekocht bij Xenos. Het doosje is maar 15 cm. hoog, 24 cm. lang en 10 cm. diep. Hier kunnen de kinderen bijkomen van het ravotten en wat drinken en snoepen. De stoeltjes zijn menukaarthouders en de tafel en krukjes zijn gemaakt door dezelfde oom van John die ook het grachtenhuis heeft gemaakt. De koekjes, Linzer Augen, zijn van Miniaturen Schneider uit Duitsland.

 Poppenhuis miniatuur bijkeuken gemaakt in een houten gereedschapskist uit de jaren ’60, misschien kan ik ook nog wat met het deksel doen in dit tafereel. Alle miniaturen komen uit Engeland. De kast is een bouwpakketje van Mini Mundus waarmee iets mis is gegaan met de deurtjes dus heb ik er maar een gordijntje voor gehangen. De grote tafel met lade is van Euromini’s, het kleine tafeltje weet ik niet meer en het wandrekje heb ik zelf gemaakt. Het behang komt weer uit een stalenboek en de vloerbedekking komt uit een gordijnstalenrits.

Poppenhuis miniatuur badkamer is gemaakt in net zo’n houten biscuiteriedoosje van Xenos als de zitkamer voor poppenhuiskinderen, alleen was deze doos al bruin geverfd. Het doosje staat op zijn brede kant en op deze foto kun je boven de scharnieren van het deksel zien. Het zitbad, bijbehorende lampetstel en po komen uit Engeland en de wastafel is een bouwpakketje uit Amerika. Het tafeltje heb ik bekleed en alles wat er op staat heb ik weer van afvalmateriaal gemaakt, behalve het gele potje, dat komt uit Engeland.  Dit behang komt ook weer uit een stalenboek en de vloerbedekking komt weer uit een gordijnstalenrits. Ik probeer zoveel mogelijk stalenboekenbehang en gordijnstalenstof, als vloerbedekking,  te gebruiken voor kleine kamertjes, maar het moet er natuurlijk wel bijpassen. 

 Duidelijker kijkje op het zitbad en het bijbehorende lampetstel en de po.

Poppenhuis miniatuur badkamer in een metalen medicijnkastje uit de jaren ’50 / ’60. Dit is het rechter vak. De badjas, de handdoeken, de badmat en de wcmat heb ik gemaakt en de bloemenzeepjes zijn kralen. De spiegel is een toilettasspiegeltje.

Dit is het linkervak van het jaren ’50/’60 medicijnkastje. De parfumflesjes, het schaaltje met badpareltjes (kraaltjes), de flesjes nagellak, de poederdoos, het zeepschaaltje (sierraad onderdeel) en de zeep (een bloemetjeskraal) en de handdoeken heb ik gemaakt. Het witte bekertje is een onderdeel van een balpen. Het krukje is van Euromini’s.

Onderdeel van de badkamer in het jaren ’50 / ’60 medicijnkastje.

Eetkamer met o.a. servies van Victoria Fasken

 Poppenhuis miniatuur eetkamer gemaakt op een plank in het wandmeubel.

De haard en het klokje komen van Victoria Fasken uit Engeland. De haardset komt uit mijn koperen miniaturenverzameling. De schommelstoel hen ik gekocht bij Joop Voerman in Rotterdam. De vitrinekast en de zuil komen, dacht ik, uit Amerika en de poppetjes in de vitrine uit Engeland.

 Op deze foto kun je de open haard en de klok beter zien, al zijn de kleuren een ietsje anders.

 De tafel en het buffetmeubel komen uit Amerika. De dame komt uit Engeland.

Het servies (beschilderd tin) is ook van Victoria Fasken. De potjes jam komen van Country Contrast uit Engeland en het potje honing komt ook uit Engeland. De wafels heb ik ooit ergens in Nederland op een beurs gekocht. De Nussschnecken komen van Miniaturen Schneider uit Duitsland. Het broodmandje cmpleet met verschillende soorten brood komt van Freubellientje.

Het servies komt weer van Victoria Fasken. De tulband komt van Miniaturen Schneider uit Duitsland en het halfje wit en het roggebrood komen van Freubellientje.

De rest van het servies is weer van Victoria Fasken en de kast en de prullenbak komen uit Amerika. Het behang is gekocht en de vloerbedekking is een stuk veloursstof.

DE WIT: Nicolaas Pietersz. (Klaas) de Wit en Pietertje Filmer

De huwelijksakte van Klaas de Wit en Pietertje Filmer

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De pachters en boeren van Hoeve de Kleine Keet (krantenartikel in twee delen, door Rens Schendelaar – 1997)

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BOERDERIJ DE KLEINE KEET in het KOEGRAS (Uit: “Het Koegras”, Mr. J. Belonje, Den Helder 1974)

Volgens deel XVIII van de Tegenwoordige staat van Holland, Amsterdam 1750, biz. 417, bestond Het Koegras uit bewassen slib en zandgronden, die door meer dan tweeduizend schapen en jong rundvee beweid werden. Deze onafzienbare wildernis, bestaande uit kreken, poelen, nollen en zandvlakten, met hierin een aantal boerderijen, stond onder toezicht van de Domeinen. De kudden schapen en koeien stonden onder opzicht van de huislieden “aan de zogenaamde Keeten, zijnde twee grote boeren woningen in het midden van Het Koegras”. De boerderijen werden door de huislieden van de Domeinen gepacht en behalve met hun vee neerden zij zich ook met het vangen van konijnen, eenden en zwanen.

De toegang tot dit land was voorheen een hachelijke ondememing. Beter was het om gebruik te maken van de wagendienst of met de postwagenverbinding langs de in 1610 aangelegde van Oldebameveldtsdijk of Zanddijk. Die postdienst was al bij ordonnantie van 13 maart 1721 door de Heerlijkheid Huisduinen geregeld en onderhield dagelijks de verbinding tussen ’t Zand en het Nieuwediep. Behalve de boerderij de Kleine Keet, stonden er nog vier boerderijen in het Koegras, dat vanaf de late middeleeuwen tot omstreeks 1789 nog “de Vijf Pachthoeven” werd genoemd. De Kleine Keet stond aan het einde van de Zanddijkerweg in het Koegras. In 1724 werden Hendrik Grootekeyns en in 1740 Jan Kuijper uit Enkhuizen genoemd, gevolgd door Comelis Reijers Ruijgh en Jan Baske. Toen de boerderij op 8 december 1789 overging in handen van de Domeinen is Jan Bakker pachter van de Kleine Keet. Het is overbekend dat de boerderij tijdens de invasie van de Engelsen en Russen in 1799 in de oorlogsberichten werd genoemd.

De boerderij, die toen bewoond werd door Pieter Filmer, is mogelijk door de oorlogshandelingen verbrand. In 1829 werd de hoeve herbouwd en verpacht aan Arie Schermer, landman uit Callantsoog. Sinds 1832 boerde Klaas Pietersz de Wit uit de Zijpe en zijn vrouw Pietertje Filmer vrij zeker op de Kleine Keet. Bij de geboorte-aangiften van zijn kind Catharina in 1831 tot zijn laatste kind Bemardus de Wit geboren 16-07-1843 “op het Koegras” (aangegeven op 17-07-1843 te Den Helder), noemt hij zich steeds landman van beroep. Volgens akte nr. 2979 verleden voor notaris Comelis Siemers te Zijpe d.d. 2 juni 1842 verklaarde comparant Klaas Pieterszoon de Wit, van beroep landman wonende op het Koegras:

“De huur of pacht van een huismanswoning, voorzien van schuur, stalling, benevens de daarbij behorende landerijen, groot een honderd negen en twintig bunders, zeven en dertig roeden, uitmakende de pachthoeve genaamd De Kleine Keten staande en gelegen op het Koegras, onder het ressort der Gemeente Den Helder, zijnde dit perceel op de kaart van het Koegras getekend nummer twee en twintig”

over te dragen aan zijn vader Pieter Adamsz. de Wit, landman te Zijpe. De huuroverdracht vond plaats onder goedkeuring van de Weledelgestrenge Heer George Berman, Agent van de Domeinen te Alkmaar. Als borgen traden op Klaas’ zwager Andries Hopman en zijn broer Jan P. de Wit.

(bron: Het Koegras, Mr. J. Belonje, Den Helder 1974.)

 

Nicolaas Pietersz de Wit overlijdensakte dd. 1 augustus 1880 te Den Helder (NH)

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Klaas de Wit

 

Nicolaas Pietersz de Wit Nationale Militie Certificaat

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Klaas de Wit

 

Petronella Andriesse Filmer doopinschrijving dd. 5 augustus 1804 Zijpe (NH)
(bron: Familysearch.org DTB Zijpe RK dopen 1721-1811 blz. 102)

 

 

Petronella Andriesse Filmer overlijdensakte dd. 12 juni 1848 te Den Helder (NH)

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Klaas de Wit

 

Petronella Andriesse Filmer 1804-1848 bidprentje

 

Nicolaas Pietersz de Wit hypotheekregister te Haarlem (NH) 1

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Klaas de Wit

 

 

Nicolaas Pietersz de Wit hypotheekregister te Haarlem (NH) 2

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Klaas de Wit

 

 

Nicolaas Pietersz de Wit 3

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Klaas de Wit

 

 

Nicolaas Pietersz de Wit 4

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Klaas de Wit

 

 

Nicolaas Pietersz de Wit huuroverdracht aan zijn vader Pieter Adamsz de Wit 1

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Klaas de Wit

 

Nicolaas Pieters de Wit huuroverdracht aan zijn vader Pieter Adamsz de Wit 2

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Klaas de Wit

 

Nicolaas Pietersz de Wit huuroverdracht aan zijn vader Pieter Adamsz de Wit 3

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Klaas de Wit

DE WIT: Bernardus de Wit, geboren 16 juli 1843 te Den Helder (op het Koegras)

Bernardus de Wit (1843-1880)

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Bernardus de Wit

Bernardus de Wit 1843-1880 (bron: Elsa Goudsmid)Geboorte- en doopakte


Zijn doop- en geboorteakten

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Bernardus de Wit

 

Bernardus de Wit doopakte en geboorteakte dd. 16 juli 1843 te Den Helder (NH)Bevolkingsregister


Bevolkingsregister Den Helder

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Bernardus de Wit

Bernardus de Wit

 

Uit de krant

 


Krantentitel: De locomotief : Samarangsch handels- en advertentie-bladDatum, editie: 10-01-1876, Dag

 

Krantentitel: Java-bode : nieuws, handels- en advertentieblad voor Nederlandsch-IndieDatum, editie: 09-03-1876, Dag

Krantentitel: Java-bode : nieuws, handels- en advertentieblad voor Nederlandsch-IndieDatum, editie: 21-01-1875, Dag


Overlijdensakte

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Bernardus de Wit

 

Bernardus de Wit overlijdensakte dd. 20 oktober 1880 te Soerabaja, Ned.-Indie (bron: Latter Day Saints)Overlijdensadvertenties

Krantenberichten

Krantentitel: Soerabaijasch handelsbladDatum, editie: 29-10-1880, DagJaargang, nummer: 28, 252

Bernardus de Wit rouwadvertentie (bron: Algemeen Handelsblad dd. 21 oktober 1880)

Miniatuur borduurwerk, door Karin geborduurd (3 van 3)

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd schellekoord. Castelated bellpull (Gekanteeld schellekoord). Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Needlework designs for miniature projects van Eileen Folk.  De bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren zijn donker geel, middel blauw, middel groen en donker groen. Ik heb kleuren gebruikt  die passend zouden zijn bij het dolfijnentapijt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd schellekoord. Geometric bellpull (Geometrisch schellekoord). Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Needlework designs for miniature projects van Eileen Folk. De bij het telpatroon vermelde kleur is ivoor. Ik heb een meer sprekende kleur gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurde kussentjes. Oriental chair cushions (Orientaalse stoel kussens). Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Needlework designs for Miniature Projects van Elieen Folk. De bij het telatroon vermelde kleur was middel blauw. Ik heb een meer sprekende kleur gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd kussentje. Greek-key pillow. (Grieks sleutel kussen). Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Needlework designs for miniature projects van Eileen Folk. De bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren zijn middel blauw en donker blauw. Ik heb de kleuren aangepast aan de kleuren van de kamer waar het komen moest.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurde kussentjes voor een schommelstoel. Rocking-chair head and seat cushions (Schommelstoel rug-en zitting kussen). Naar een telpatroon uit Needlework designs for miniature projects van Eileen Folk. Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tapijt / loper. Voor deze loper heb ik een gedeelte van het telpatroon gebruikt van de Modern area rug uit het boek Miniature needlepoint rugs for dollhouses van Susan McBaine. De bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren waren donker groen, goud, ivoor en licht groen. Ik heb de kleuren aangepast.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tijgervel. Tiger skin rug. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint rugs for dollhouses van Susan McBaine. Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd haard kleedje. Floral hearth rug. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Needlework designs for miniture projects van Eileen Folk.  Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

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EPoppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd matje. Een zelfverzonnen deurmatje met de initialen van mij, mijn man en de eerste letter van onze achternaam.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd haardscherm. Fireplace screen. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Needlework designs for miniature projects van Eileen Folk. Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

 

Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurde deur mat. Classic doormat. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint carpets van Janet Granger. Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurde knuffel haas. Stuffed bunny toy. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Needlework designs for miniature projects van Eileen Folk. Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

Popppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd haardscherm. Uit welk boek dit patroon komt weet ik niet meer.

Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd kussentje. Uit welk boek dit patroon komt weet ik niet meer.

 

vorige

Miniatuur borduurwerk, door Karin geborduurd (2 van 3)

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tapijtje / kleedje. Mongolian rug (Mongools tapijt). Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoit rugs for dollhouses van Susan McBaine. Voor dit kleed heb ik de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tapijtje / kleedje. Dit kleed is afgeleid van de Mongolian rug. Ik heb een andere buitenrand gemaakt. De kleuren heb ik aangepast.

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Poppenhuis miiatuur Grieks tapijtje / kleedje. Greek dolphin rug (Grieks dolfijnen tapijt). Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint rugs for dollhouses van Susan McBaine. De bij het telepatroon vermelde kleuren zijn donker blauw, wit en licht blauw. Ik heb de kleuren van het kleedje aangepast aan de kleuren van het kamertje waar het moest komen te liggen.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur Kozakken tapijtje / kleedje. Small Kozak rug (Klein Kozakken tapijt). Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint rugs for dollhouses van Susan McBaine. Voor dit kleedje heb ik de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur sprei voor een babybedje. Ik weet niet meer uit welk boek dit patroon komt.

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Bijpassende kussentjes bij de sprei voor een babybedje.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tapijtje / kleedje. Octagonal area rug (Achthoekig tapijt) . Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature neddlepoint rugs for dollhouxes van Susan MacBain. De bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren waren één vaste kleur en wit. Ik heb de kleuen aangepast aan de kleuren van het kamertje waar het tapijtje moest komen te liggen.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd boxkleed. Playpen pad. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Needlework designs for miniature projects van Eileen Folk. Ik heb de bij het telpatoon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tapijtje / kleedje. Dit is afgeleid van het kleinere met het door mij verzonnen patroon.

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Het patroon van dit kleedje is door mij verzonnen.

vorigevolgende

Miniatuur borduurwerk, door Karin geborduurd (1 van 3)

Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurde tapijtjes / kleedjes, kussentjes en tafellopers.

Dit tapijt is afgeleid van het kleinere vierkante tapijt

Dit tapijt is afgeleid van de Mongolian rug. Ik heb aangepaste kleuren gebruikt

Deze tafellopertjes zijn afgeleid van de rand van het tapijt

 Deze kussentjes zijn ook afgeleid van de rand van het tapijt

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tapijtje / kleedje. After Robert Adam. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint carpets van Janet Granger. Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tapijtje / kleedje. Berlin woolwork style. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint carpets van Janet Granger. Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebuikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd Chinees tapijtje / kleedje. Chinese style. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint carpets van Janet Granger. Ik heb de bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren gebruikt.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd eetkamer tapijtje / kleedje. Dining room carpet. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint rugs for dollhouses van Susan McBaine. De bij het telpatroon vermelde kleuren waren donker goud, middel goud en bleek goud. Ik heb de kleuren aangepast aan de kleuren van het kamertje waar het kleed moest komen te liggen.

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Poppenhuis miniatuur geborduurd tapijtje / kleedje. “Holbein” rug, from Hans Holbein’s portrait of George Gyscze. Naar een telpatroon uit het boek Miniature needlepoint rugs for dollhouses van Susan McBaine. De vermelde kleuren bij het telpatroon waren zwart, rood, goud en wit.

volgende

 

Bill Van Riper (photo)

Bill van Riper

 

 

Photo of: Bill Van Riper

Served in Company C Along the Rio Grande in 1880’s.
Later a Deputy United 

Photo Found: January 12, 1994 Lunnison, Colorado

 

(Thanks, Bonnie Van Riper-Balok, for sending this photo)

 

Genealogy of Juriaen Thomasse (by Peter Geoghegan van Riper)

From this page you can view or download a MS Excel file, which contains all the information given in the confusing tract of the book ‘Important Early Settlers of New York and New Jersey’ which I believe is the same as the William Nelson book.

 

It is organized in this way:

the first worksheet “Individuals” lists all the individuals from the book. The first two columns indicate the individual: each one is given a code for themselves which is their generation and an ID number I have assigned them.
So, the numbers “4” and “17” means the 17th person in the 4th generation. The next column indicates each person’s parent, so they can all be linked in the tree in the next worksheet, called “Generations”. You will see these two sets of numbers again–the individual’s numbers, and then their parent. The tree begins, as you can see, with Juriaen as first generation, and all succeeding generations following. You will also see that I started coloring the men in blue and women in pink, although I didn’t finish, largely because some of the names were a bit difficult to tell the sex, since I’m not used to them.

Now the next worksheet “Garrets” is something I was using to research our own branch of the family. We haven’t yet made the final link from my immediate family to the tree I have constructed here. Our latest find was that my g-g-g-great grandfather was Garret Van Riper, who had moved from northern New Jersey to Upstate New York, where he and his wife gave birth to their son William, my g-g-great grandfather. I don’t have the info here, but Garret was born sometime in the late 1700s, which would make him 4th, 5th or 6th generation most likely. I was highlighting those individuals who would most likely be the link, so I would know where to begin the next stage of our research. However, it is also possible that there are individuals missing from these first 6 generations who remained in New Jersey, which may require more filling in before I can make the link directly back to Juriaen. I’m sure there are Van Ripers out there who could help complete the puzzle!

And one last thing, while I put in all birthplace and residence information for each individual, I didn’t get around to putting in all their birth and death dates listed in the book.

So a few questions:

  1. Would we, or anyone with some variation of ‘Riper’ in the low countries be related? It is very confusing with all the variations of the name.
  2. Does anyone know for certain from where the “Bonte Koe” left? My brother tried to find out when he was in Holland years ago, but apparently there were so many ships named “Bonte Koe” he couldn’t sort through them in time to find out.
  3. Are we absolutely sure that Juriaen came from Ribe? With all the changes of spellings of the different town names and surnames, is it possible that Juriaen actually came from de Rijp, but it just got misspelled along the way? And if he did come from Ribe, is it possible that he was nevertheless a Dutchman, that is, were there any Dutch there at the time?

 

Passenger-list “In the Spotted Cow”, April 1663

EXCERPT FROM “LIST OF INHABITANTS OF COLONIAL NEW YORK” 
From the Documentary History of the State of New York by Edmund Bailey O’Callaghan

Published by Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore. April 1663; In the Spotted Cow.

 

  • Hendrick Corneliss, from New Netherland
  • Staes de Groot, from Tricht
  • Elje Barents, the Wife of Adam Bremen, and servant girl
  • Jan Lourens, from Schonder Woort, and Wife and two children
  • Theunis Bastiaensen Cool, and child.
  • Jan Bastiaensen, from Leerdam, and Wife and four children
  • Giel Bastiaensen, from Leerdam, and Wife and four children
  • Gerrit Jans, from Arnhem, and Wife and Brother-in-Law, Arnoldus Willems,
  • Joris Adraaiaensen, from Leerdam
  • Peter Matthysen, from Limborgh
  • Jan Boerhans
  • Lammert Jansen Dorlant
  • Gerrit Verbeeck
  • Grietje Gerrits, the Wife of Dirck Jansen, and two children
  • Adriaen Jansen Honink from Well, and Wife and four children
  • Hans Jacob Sardingh
  • Juriaen Tomassen, from Rypen
  • Jan Laurens, from Rypen
  • Jan Otto van Teyl, and Wife and child
  • Matthys Bastiaensen vander Peich, and daughter
  • Marytje Theunis van Beest
  • Jerome Bovie, and Pays de Vaud, and Wife and five children
  • David de Marist, from Picardy, and Wife and four children
  • Pierre Niu, from the Pays de Vaud, and Wife, sucking child and sister.
  • Jean Mesurole, from Picardy, and Wife and sucking child
  • Jean Arien, from Monpellier, and Wife and child(removed to the Islands)
  • Martin Renare, from Picardy, and Wife and child
  • Jacob Kerve, from Leyden, and Wife
  • Pierre Parmentie, from Pays de Vaud, and Wife and son.
  • Joost Houpleine, from Flanders, and wife and son
  • Joost Houpleine, Junior, and Wife and sucking child
  • Guilliam Goffou, from Sweden.
  • Moillart Journay, from Pays de vaud
  • Pierre Richard, from Paris

 

The above is from the chapter entitled EARLY IMMIGRANTS TO NEW NETHERLAND 1657-1664 and is on pages 172 and 173.

 

History of the Van Riper Family in America 1753 – 1958 (by Edward A. Van Riper)

 

(The following article was contributed to the Ripernet website by William B. Holmes from Virginia,

who passed away on June 11, 2000)


"In the year 1753 three brothers arrived in New Netherlands from Holland. The youngest of the three was Jacob, age 7 years. I do not know the names or ages of the other two brothers.

They settled in new Netherlands and later on as Jacob came of age he married a French woman, Abbey Ann Lasier.

In the year 1798 yellow fever broke out in lower town around the fort and green and the farmers and villagers began to move north to what was Greenwich Village.

Greenwich Village was formed in 1634, the first house being built by Wonter Von Twiller. The district was exceptionally fine and heathful and so many of the people settled there. Some of the people moved across the river to New Jersey and New York state.

Jacob and his family settled between Haverstraw and Spring Valley, New York. They had two sons, Abram and Dennis (or Tunis).

Abram married Catherine Michler and had eleven children, eight sons and three daughters.

Dennis married Maria Fisher. They had four children, two boys and two girls. All but one died at an early age. The survivor was John Fisher Van Riper, my great great grandfather.

Abram and Dennis were born at or near a place called the Pond - which could be Rockland Lake, which is near Spring Valley, N.Y.

Dennis had a farm at St. Andrews, Orange County, N.Y. and also one at St. Elmo. He died at Wallkill, N.Y. and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Abram and two of his sons, Jacob and Lewis, had a cotton mill which, in those days, was known as the Dutch Factory at Clarkstown - near Spring Valley.

Between the years 1850 and 1860 Abram and his family decided to go west to Michigan. They founded the village of LaGrange in Cass County and there proceded to build a new mill for the manufacture of cotton and wollen goods.

They heard that the railroad was expected to pass near them but it never did so that the mill was then abandoned. In the years that followed the family started to migrate to other parts of Michigan.

Abram and members of his family are buried in the Van Riper Cemetery at LaGrange, Michigan."

 

(The lay-out of the genealogy here below is not very clear, due to limitations of the software used. We suggest you download the William B. Holmes report (PDF) which contains all this and more information)

o–10  Jacob Van Riper  B.

1746,

|        Holland      Came

to  America  from Holland in 1753.  M. Abbey Ann {Mary Ann}

Frazier {Lazier}, 1785  Ch. Abram and Dennis {Tunis} Van

Riper  Resided. Between Haverstraw and Spring Valley, Rockland

County, NY    D. 1817

|

o—9  Abram Van Riper  B.

1787      M.

|     | Catherine Michler  Ch.

Jacob John, John A., Louis, Abram, Charles A., Garret,

William, Tunis, Abbey Ann, Maria, Margaret, and Matilda Van

Riper  He owned and operated a cotton mill at Midland Park,

near Ridgewood, NJ (or at Spring Valley, Rockland County,

NY).  Resided. Moved to Cass County, Michigan between 1850 and

  1. D. August 19, 1871    Bu. Van Riper Cemetery, Cass

County, MI

|     |

o—8  Jacob John Van Riper  B.

1807       M. Maria

|  Van Orden    D. 1838

|     |

o—8  John A. Van Riper  B.

1811       M. Leah

|     | Zabriska, see note below.  Ch.

Lewis Van

|     | Riper    D. 1886

|     |     |

o—7  Lewis Van Riper  B.        Ch. Paul

Van Riper

|     | D.

|     |     |     |

o—6  Paul Van Riper, MD  B.        Ch. Two

sons.  He

|        practiced medicine in Champion, Marquette

|       County, MI.    D.

|           |     |     |

o—5  {Son} Van Riper  B.        D.

|           |     |     |

o—5  {Son} Van Riper  B.        D.

|     |     |

o— –8  Leah Zabriska  B.        D.

|     |

o—8  Louis Van Riper  B. 1815

Not

|  married.    D. 1863

|     |

o—8  Abram Van Riper  B. 1816

  1. Maria

|  Yowsey    D. 1900

|     |

o—8  Charles A. Van Riper  B.

1822       M.

|  Emiline Springsteel    D.

1900

|     |

o—8  Garret Van Riper  B.        M.

Maria

|  Zabriska, see note below.

D.

|     |

o—8  William Van Riper  B.        M.

Ida Norton

|   D.

|     |

o—8  Tunis Van Riper  B.        M.

Hanna

|  Ackerman    D.

|     |

o—8  Abbey Ann Van Riper  B.

  1. Albert

|  Van Dien    D.

|     |

o—8  Maria Van Riper  B.        D.

Died at the age

|  of two years.

|     |

o—8  Margaret Van Riper  B.

  1. John Sturr

|  D.

|     |

o—8  Matilda Van Riper  B.        D.

|     |

o— –9  Catherine Michler

  1. D.

|

o—9  Dennis {Tunis} Van Riper

  1. March

|    | 19,  1792, at the “Pond,”

Rockland Lake, near Spring Valley, Rockland County, NY    M.

Maria Fisher  Ch. John Fisher, Caroline, and Stephan Van

Riper  He had a farm at St. Andrews, Orange County, NY, and

another farm at St. Elmo, NY.    D. September 7, 1884,

Wallkill, Ulster County, NY    Bu. Greenwood Cemetery,

Brooklyn, NY

|     |

o—8  John Fisher Van Riper  B. July

13, 1815

|    | M. Mary Ellen Moore, 1837  Ch.

Caroline, Sarah, Clara, Mary Ellen, and Charles Close Van

Riper  He was a merchant of dry goods.  His partner was

Christian Zabriske. (Note. John Fisher Van Riper’s nephews,

John A. and Garret Van Riper, see above, married Leah and

Maria Zabriska.)  He left an estate of $35,000.  Resided. 37

Charlton Street, New York, NY, and 519 Greenwich Street     D.

November 8, 1879    Bu. Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY

|     |     |

o— –7  Eugene Britton  B. March 1, 1839,

Staten

|    |      Island, Richmond County, NY

  1. Caroline Van Riper, September 20, 1860  Ch. Joseph,

Caroline, Caroline, Emma, George P., Adeline, Mary Ellen,

Eugenie, and Clara Britton  Resided. 12 St. James Place and

324 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, NY; and. 120 West 80th Street,

New York, NY    D. September 6, 1922    Bu. Moravian Cemetery,

Staten Island, Richmond County, NY

|     |     |     |

o— 1 thru 6  Britton, LaTourette, Brooks, Armour,

and

|Holmes Families

|    |     |     |

o—7  Caroline Van Riper  B. August 19,

1840    D.

|  January 21, 1924    Bu. Moravian

Cemetery,

|  Staten Island, Richmond County, NY

|     |     |

o— –7  George W. Post  B.        M. Sarah

Van Riper

|    |      Ch. Clara Post    D.

|    |     |     |

o—6  Clara Post  B.        (No children)    D.

|    |     |     |

o—7  Sarah Van Riper  B. 1842       D.

1913

|     |     |

o—7  Clara Van Riper  B. 1846       Did

not marry.

|  D. 1861

|     |     |

o— –7  Charles A. Blauvelt {Blavrett}

  1. M.

|    |      Mary Ellen Van Riper  Ch.

Willard and

|    |      Fanny Blauvelt {Blavrett}    D.

|    |     |     |

o—6  Willard Blauvelt {Blavrett}  B.

Resided.

|  Patterson, Passaic County, NJ    D.

|    |     |     |

o—6  Fanny Blauvelt {Blavrett}  B.

Resided.

|  Patterson, Passaic County, NJ    D.

|    |     |     |

o—7  Mary Ellen Van Riper  B. 1848

Nickname.

|  “Mamie”    D. 1923

|     |     |

o—7  Charles Close Van Riper  B. 1851

  1. Maria

|    |  Louise Post  Ch. Gladys, Vera,

Edward Adams, and John Fisher Van Riper  He served with his

brother-in-law Eugene Britton in the 7th Regiment of New York,

U.S.A.    D. 1932

|    |     |     |

o—6  Gladys Van Riper  B.        D.

|    |     |     |

o—6  Vera Van Riper  B.        D.

|    |     |     |

o—6  Edward Adams Van Riper  B. 1883      M.

Mary

|    |  Ramsey  Ch. Frederick C. Van Riper    D.

|    |     |     |     |

o—5  Frederick C. Van Riper  B. 1923      M. Emma Lou

|    | Nelson  Ch. Charles Edward Van Riper    D.

|    |    |     |     |     |

|     o— –6  Mary Ramsey  B.        D.

|          |     |     |     |

o—4  {Son} Van Riper  B. 1958

|          |     |     |     |

o— –5  Emma Lou Nelson  B.        D.

|     |     |     |

o—6  John Fisher Van Riper  B. 1885       M.

Grace

|  Kilburn    D. 1923

|    |    |     |

o— –7  Maria Louise Post  B.        D.

|    |     |

|    |   o—9  Oscar Moore  B.

  1. Sarah

|    |   | |     {—–} Ch. Mary

Ellen Moore

|    |   | |      D.

|    |   | |

o— –8  Mary Ellen Moore  B.

1827        D.

|   | December 27, 1870

|   | |

|   o— — 9 Sarah {—–}

  1. D.

|    |        |

|    |        o— –10  Mary

{—–}  B.        D.

|    |

o—8  Caroline Van Riper  B.

D.

|    |

o—8  Stephan Van Riper  B.        D.

|    |

o— –9  Maria Fisher

  1. D.

|

o— –10  Abbey Ann {Mary

Ann} Frazier

{Lazier}

  1. France    D.

History of the Van Riper Family in America 1753 – 1958 by

Edward A. Van Riper  Dated: October 28, 1958

“In the year 1753 three brothers arrived in New Netherlands

from Holland.  The youngest of the three was Jacob, age 7

years.  I do not know the names or ages of the other two

brothers.

They settled in new Netherlands and later on as Jacob came of

age he married a French woman, Abbey Ann Lasier.

In the year 1798 yellow fever broke out in lower town around

the fort and green and the farmers and villagers began to move

north to what was Greenwich Village.

Greenwich Village was formed in 1634, the first house being

built by Wonter Von Twiller.  The district was exceptionally

fine and heathful and so many of the people settled there.

Some of the people moved across the river to New Jersey and

New York state.

Jacob and his family settled between Haverstraw and Spring

Valley, New York.  They had two sons, Abram and Dennis (or

Tunis).

Abram married Catherine Michler and had eleven children, eight

sons and three daughters.

Dennis married Maria Fisher.  They had four children, two boys

and two girls.  All but one died at an early age.  The

survivor was John Fisher Van Riper, my great great

grandfather.

Abram and Dennis were born at or near a place called the Pond

– which could be Rockland Lake, which is near Spring Valley,

N.Y.

Dennis had a farm at St. Andrews, Orange County, N.Y. and also

one at St. Elmo.  He died at Wallkill, N.Y. and is buried in

Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Abram and two of his sons, Jacob and Lewis, had a cotton mill

which, in those days, was known as the Dutch Factory at

Clarkstown – near Spring Valley.

Between the years 1850 and 1860 Abram and his family decided

to go west to Michigan.  They founded the village of LaGrange

in Cass County and there proceded to build a new mill for the

manufacture of cotton and wollen goods.

They heard that the railroad was expected to pass near them

but it never did so that the mill was then abandoned.  In the

years that followed the family started to migrate to other

parts

of Michigan.

Abram and members of his family are buried in the Van Riper

Cemetery at LaGrange, Michigan.”

 

Giles and Rosilla Van Riper (about 1800) by Rowena Billos

Giles Van Riper, born prob. in NJ or just north over NY border. Listed in NJ Federal Census records, Wantage, Sussex Co., New Jersey.
Following years: 1830, 1840, 1850. In first two he was listed with his wife Rosilla (Zilla). He was a laborer. In the 1850 Census he was found with his family on page 198, family 212.

Giles Van Riper was Baptized as an adult at the 1st Presbyterian Church of Wantage, Clove Road near Deckertown, Sussex Co., NJ. (Ref: Chinkchewanska Chapter, DAR, copied and indexed these church records.)

Their children were:

  1. Frederick Van Riper. b. 1829 in NJ
  2. Thomas Van Riper, b. 1831 in Sussex Co., NJ
  3. Abram Giles Van Riper, b. Deckertown, Sussex Co NJ , d. 13 Jan 1903 in Hope, Warren Co., NJ
  4. Elizabeth Van Riper, b. 1838 in Wantage, Sussex Co., NJ
  5. Frances Van Riper, b. abt. 1840 in Wantage Twp, d. November 1912 in Newton, Sussex Co. NJ, bur. Fairview Cem. in Newton.
  6. Naomi Van Riper, b. 1844, Wantage Twp.
  7. James S. Van Riper, b. 8 Feb 1844, in Deckertown, Sussex Co. NJ, d. 20 Nov. 1914 in Springport, Jackson, Co. Michigan. Served in Civil War.
  8. Josiah Van Riper, b. 1846 in Wantage, Sussex Co.
  9. William Van Riper, b. abt. 1849 in Wantage Twp, d. 1 Nov 1913 in Tranquility, Green Twp., Sussex Co., NJ

Information of some of above children and the next generation:

Frances Van Riper (5) died November 1912 in Newton, Sussex Co., NJ. her obituary was in the Sussex Register, Newton, NJ in November of 1912. She had married John Williams in Sussex Co., NJ (no date). They had the following three children:

  1. William C. b. prob. Sussex Co., NJ
  2. Jane (who married Orville Blanchard in Sussex Co?)
  3. George C., b. Sussex Co.

James S. Van Riper (7) – married Sarah Scribner in 1870 at Portland, Michigan. She was the daughter of Moses, he originally of Monroe Co., NY and Jane (Quackenboss) Scribner,she originally from Vermont and Michigan. One child was born to James and Sarah (Scribner) Van Riper.

She was Belle, born 8 February 1874 in Portland, Ionia Co., Michigan. James S. Van Riper signed up to serve in the Civil War, then went to Michigan when the War was over.  I understand that several of his brothers served as well.

William Van Riper (9) married (1st) a (name unknown) Wintermute, she was the daughter of John Wintermute and Sarah ? His 2nd wife was Malinda “Linnie”, last name unknown.

The descendants of Juriaen Tomassen Van Ripen

EXCERPT FROM “HISTORY OF HUDSON COUNTY”
By Charles H. Winfield

THE VAN RIPEN FAMILY

VAN RIPEN – V. REIPEN – V.REYPEN – V. REIPER – V. REYPER – V.RIPER- V. RYPER

This name with its present multitudinous orthography, is derived from the Latin ripa, and was the name of a city on the North bank of the river Nibbs, sometimes called Nipsick, or Gram. North Jutland ( so called to distinguish it from South Jutland or Schleswig), in Denmark was divided into four dioceses, the most southwesterly part of Cimbri, who, at one time, invaded the Roman Empire.
The city of Ripen, in the diocese of Ripen, is situated in lat. 55°36′ north, and lon. 9°10′ east. Next to Wibourg it is the most ancient town in North Jutland (1). It once had a commodious harbor and profitable commerce; but the one long since filled up and the other sought different channels. Its cathedral was imposing, built of hewn stone, with a steeple of great height, which served as a landmark for mariners.

In the Swedish war of 1645 the city was captured, but recovered by the Danes soon after. From this port, in April, 1663, a vessel named “T’ Bonte Koe,” The Spotted Cow, sailed for the Netherland, with eightynine passengers, consisting of men, women and children. Among the number was Juriaen Tomassen, a young man of the city of Ripen. About four years after his arrival he m. Pryntje Hermans, May 25, 1667; d. Sept 12, 1695. Some of his descendants took the name Jurianse – now Yereance and Auryansen – while others, taking the name of the city from which their ancestor sailed, became Van Ripen.

  • (1) Fenning’s Geography ii, 123. In Winfield’s Land Titles, the name is written Rypen. It is thus laid down on a map of Denmark in old geographical work, published in London during the reign of Queen Anne, the title page of which, of the copy I have ,is destroyed. I am now satisfied, from the origin of the word, that the name should be written Ripen, and it is thus written in the text and on a map in Fenning. Every other way of writing it is clearly wrong, though sanctioned by generations.

Second Generation

Juriaen Tomassen had ch,:

2. I. Tomas (III), bap. June 10, 1668; m. Jannetje, dau. of Jan Straatmaker, June 2, 1691
3. II.Gerrit (21), bap. June 27, 1670; m. Beetlitje, dau. of Dircl Janse Oosten and Elizabeth Cornelis, of Hoboken June 6, 1693; d. Sept, 4 1748; she d. May 20, 1745.
4. III. Aelje, bap. Dec. 21, 1672.
5. IV. Chrystyntje, bap. Nov. 24, 1677; m. Pieter Gerbrantse (2) Aug. 1 1698.
6. V. Maritje, bap. April 28, 1680; m. Claas Gerbrantse (3) April 11, 1704.
7. VI. Harman, bap. Oct 21, 1682; d. in inf.
8. VII. Jan (29), m. Neeltje Gerbrantse (5), April 7, 1702.
9. VIII. Harman (33), b Dec 6, 1686; m. 1st, Maritje Freericks, June 20, 1709; 2d, Judith, dau. of Christopher Steinmets, in 1721; removed to Aquackanonck his will, dated June 17, 1754, was proved May14,1736.
10. IX. Grietje, b. Oct. 5, 1691.

Third Generation

Tomas(2) had ch;
11. I. Gerrit(41), b. Feb. 6, 1692; m.Jannetje Vreeland (31), June 19, 1718; his will, dated Feb.17,1761 was proved Nov. 23, 1761.
12. II. Juriaen (44), b.June 12, 1693; m. Aeltje Van Winkle (28), June 12, 1714.
13. III. Jan,b Oct. 8, 1694.
14. IV. Abraham (51), b. April 4, 1696; m. 1st, Elizabeth Hesselse; 2d, Catrintje Andriese, Sept. 13, 1729.
15. V. Isaac, b. Oct. 28 1697.
16. VI. Jacob (52) b. Oct 9, 1699; m. Maritje Gerbrant (12), Dec. 21, 1728.
17. VII. Geesje, b. Oct. 4 1702.
18. VIII. Maritje, b. Oct. 3, 1704; m. Jacob Vreeland, of Belleville, Dec. 21, 1726.
19. IX. Elisabet, b. April 4, 1707.
20. X. Dirck, b Jan. 25, 1709; m. Pietertje Post, Sept. 28, 1732.

Gerrit (3) had ch;
21. I.Elizabeth, b. May29, 1694; m. Michael H. Vreeland (32), May 30, 1719; d. Nov. 18 1767.
22. II. Lea, b. Sept. 11, 1697; m. Jacob Van Wagenen May 2, 1719; d. Dec 19, 1775.
23. III. Juriaen (53). b. Aug. 15, 1699; m. Grietje d. July 29, 1739.
24. IV. Garret, b. Dec 4, 1701; m. Martje Gerbrandse, and had ch.: 1. Metje, b. March 2, 1732.
25. V. Dirck, b. Jan. 17, 1704.
26. VI. Aeltje, b. March 29, 1705; d. Sept 30, 1710.
27. VII.Cornelius (55) b. Oct. 6, 1707 m. Aeltje Van Winkle (34), June 29, 1728; d. Jan. 17, 1771.
28. VIII. Johannis (60), b.June 3, 1710; m. 1st, Sarah, dau. of Henricus Kuyper, Dec. 2, 1740; she d. July 2, 1741; 2d, Margrietje Van Winkle (36), Sept. 5, 1742; d. Aug. 24, 1776.

Jan (8) had ch:
29. I. Jurrie, b. Jan 22, 1703; m. Elizabeth Steinmets, Nov. 13, 1730.
30. II. Maritje, b. March 16, 1706.
31. III.Metje, b. July 22, 1711; m. John Vreeland.
32. IV.Gerrebrand (61), b. June 1, 1719; m. Fitje Van Vorst (23) , Jan 6, 1742.

Harman (9) had ch;
33. I. Juriaen ,b.Sept 12, 1710; m. Helena Van Houten.
34. II. Frederick, b. Feb 22, 1713; m. 1 st.Catrintje Hopper Oct 19, 1738; 2d Annetje Van Vorst (24), Dec. 2, 1742.
35. III. Abraham, b. Jan. 25, 1716;
IV. Johannis, b.July 21, 1718.
36. V. Christophel (62) b. Sept 1722; m. Metje Brouwer, Sept 28, 1746.
37. VI. Maritje, b. Sept 14, 1724; 
VII. Jacob, b. Feb. 8, 1728.
38. VIII. Isaac,b. Sept. 30, 1729 m. Annatje Egbertse; had ch: Petrus, bap. Nov. 19 1752.
39. IX. Sarah; 
X. Jannetje, b. June 11, 1732;
XI. Gerrit, b. Nov. 3, 1734.
40. XII. Thomas;
XIII. Christina.

Fourth Generation

Gerrit[ 11] Had ch.:
41. I. Maritje; m. Henry Van Winkle.
42. II.Jannetje; m. Jacob Van Winkle.
43. III. Lea; m. Peter Jacobusse.

Juriaen [12] had ch.:
44. I. Thomas, b. Jan 7, 1715: m. Lena Van Wagenen, Jan. -1741.
45. II. Antje, b Nov. 4, 1716: m. Martin Ryersen, of N.Y. in 1737.
46. III. Simeon, b Feb. 8, 1719.
47. IV. Jenneke, b. Dec. 25, 1720 ; m. Jacob Van Houten Sept. 6, 1745.
48. V. Abraham, b. Sept. 27 1722; d. in inf.; 
VI. Johannis b. May 7, 1725.
49. VII. Rachel, b. Sept 4, 1727; 
VIII. Lea, b. June 14, 1729.
50. IX. Abraham, b. Feb. 12, 1731.

Abraham [14] had ch.:
51. I. Jannetje, b. April 17, 1723; 
II. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 11, 1726.

Jacob [16] had ch.
52. I. Catrina, b. Sept. 28, 1729; 
II. Herpert, b. April 16, 1731; m. Margrietje Berry; had ch.: 1. Jacobus, b. Feb.
25, 1765.

Juriaen [23] had ch.:
53. I. Garret(70), m. 1st, Jannetje Diedricks; she d. Oct 13, 1784; 2d Lena Vreeland (63)
54. II. Aeltje, m. Daniel Van Winkle (43); 
III. Beelitje.

Cornelius [27] had ch.:
55. I. Garret, d.s.p. His will was proved May 4, 1795.
56. II. Daniel (72), b. June 26, 1736; m. Elizabeth Terhune. Oct. 13, 1761 ; d. July 23, 1818; she b. July 15,
1738; d. June 1, 1811.

He was a blacksmith by trade, of little education, but of good sterling sense. During the Revolutionary War he was an unyielding patriot. For a short time he was lieutenaut in the militia. He was taken prisoner by a tory named Van Wart, and locked up in the old sugar house. When brought before the British officer
for examination, his captor and William Bayard. of Hoboken, were present. Van Wart asked him where his rebel coat was. Van Ripen replied. “The coat does not make the man.” The officer asked “What then does? Putting his hand over his heart, the old patriot replied, This, Sir. Colonel Bayard desired to have him held a prisoner but the officer was so pleased
 with the assurance that he would do the same as often as he was arrested. He was Judge of the Bergen Common Pleas for a number of years after the war. His name appears on many papers and records of his day.

57. III. Beelitje, b. Oct. 10, 1741; m. Johannis Van Horn (10), May 6, 1762; d. Feb. 13, 1826; “Who as it ware fell asleep.”
58. IV. Jannetje, bap. April 16, 1745; m. Nicholas Tuers, May 15, 1766.
59. V. Aeltje, b. June 7, 1748; 
VI. Cornelius, b. Dec. 8, 1750, d. Aug. 13, 1767.

Johannis [28] had ch.:
60. I. Garret (75), b. Feb. 4 1749; m. 1st, Catlyntje Van Wagenen (47); 2d, Catlyntje Van Ripen (72), March 2, 1779; d.
 Aug. 31, 1837.

Gerrebrand [32] had ch.:
61. I. Neeltje, b. Oct. 26, 1747; 
II. Garret, b. April 6, 1753, d. in inf.

III. Garrett, b. Jan 27, 1754; 
IV. Sarah, b. Feb. 24, 1757.

Christophel [36] had ch.:
62. I. Alexander (82) , m. Anneke Brower; d. Aug. 30, 1817.
63. II. Harman, bap. Nov. 25 1753; d. Aug. 23 1828.
64. III. Arriantje, b. Jan. 31, 1762 ; 
IV. Gerrit, b. Sept. 4, 1764, d. in inf.
65. V. Jurrie (88) , b. Feb. 8, 1767; m. Antje Vreeland.
66. VI. Hessel, b. April 12, 1769 ; 
VII. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 24, 1770.
67. VIII.Gerrit, b. Nov. 27, 1772, d. in inf.; 
IX. Neeltje, b. March 13, 1775.
68. X. Jan, b. Oct. 29, 1778; 
XI. Annatje, b. Dec. 12, 1781.
69. XII.Gerrit, b. Sept. 28, 1786.

Fifth Generation

Garrett [53] had ch.
70. I. Jurrie (89), b. July 20, 1769: m. 1st, Neeltje Van Horn (17), Dec. 18, 1790; 2d, Aegie Diedricks, wid. of Jacob Collard, Sept. 13, 1807; d. April 4, 1826.
71. II. Joris, b. June 3, 1787; m. Clara Vreeland (172), July 23, 1814; removed to Saddle River; had ch. :I. Jane, m. Garret Newkirk (51), Nov. 5, 1840: II. Cornelius; III. John ; IV. George; V.Hartman ; Eliza ; IX. Clarissa, b. Oct. 4, 1840.

Daniel [56] had ch.:
72. I.Catlyntje, b. Sept. 2, 1762; m. Garret Van Ripen(60) May 2, 1779; d. Nov. 14, 1833.
73. II.Cornelius (91), b. May 23, 1767; m. 1st., Elizabeth Vreeland (88); marriage bond dated Jan. 20, 1787: 2d, Vronwtje, dau. of Garrebrant Gerritsen, of Slotterdam ; she d. Sept. 19, 1806; 3d, Aeltje Van Horn (16), wid. of Michael Van Houten, May 31, 1807; d. Jan. 6, 1842.
74. III.Derrick (99), b. Aug 28, 1772; m. Jenneke Vreeland (100), Oct.-, 1792; d. July 3, 1851.

Garret [60] had ch.:
75. I. Margrietje, b. Oct. 10, 1775; d. July 26, 1776.
76. II.Margrietje, b. Dec. 30, 1780; d. May 31, 1781.
77. III.Catlyntje, b. Nov. 29, 1782; m. Helmich Van Houten, Dec. 7, 1799.
78. IV. Elizabeth, b. July 13, 1785; m. Daniel Van Ripen (91) , Sept. 18, 1811; d. Sept. 18, 1852.
79. V. Margrietje, b. Oct. 30, 1788; m. Cornelius Van Winkle (82), Aug. 16, 1807; d. Feb. 23, 1866.
80. VI. Annatje, b. July 12, 1794; m. John G. Van Horn (24), Dec. 19, 1812; d. Dec. 6, 1872.
81. VII.Beelitje, b. Dec. 27, 1797; m. John Van Buskirk (47), Nov. 20, 1814.

Alexander [62] had ch. :
82. I. Christophel (110), m. Gertrude, dau. of John Van Houten, Dec. 27, 1802; d. March 8, 1840, aet. 60 yrs, 1 mo.; she d. Aug. 8, 1860.
83. II. Aeltje, m. John E. Smith, March 27, 1811; d. Oct. 5, 1851.
84. III. Adriana, m. Phillip R. Earle, March 6, 1812.
85. IV. Garret (120) m. Hannah Evans, May 28, 1817; she d. Oct. 9, 1824
86. V. Thomas, m. Rachel Van Winkle, of Aquackanonck: d. June 1, 1849, aet. 69 years.
87. VI.John, d. Sept. 3, 1836,unm.

Jurrie [65] had ch.:
88. I. Simeon, b. Dec. 2, 1789;
II. Nicholas, b. Jan. 27, 1792:
III. Stephen, b. July 20, 1793; 
IV. Antje, b. Jan. 26, 1796.

Sixth Generation

Jurrie[70] had ch.:
89. I. Antje, d. July 29, 1796.
90. II.Garret (122), b. Oct. 16, 1791; m. Elizabeth Simonson, Jan. 14, 1815; d. Oct. 2, 1833.

Cornelius [73] had ch.:
91. I. Daniel (123), b. March 7, 1788, m. Elizabeth Van Ripen (78), Sept. 18, 1811; d. July 1, 1873.
92. II. Garrabrant, b. Jan. 8, 1793; m. Hannah dau. of John Van Blarcom; removed to Bergen County.
93. III. Elizabeth, b. April 9, 1794; m. Stephen Vreeland (92), Oct. 14, 1817; d. Dec. 17, 1827.
94. IV. Garret C. (125), b. July 20, 1797; m. Eliza, dau.of Isaac Van Wart, April 28, 1819.
95. V. Helena, b. Sept. 21, 1799; m. Peter Van Winkle, May 20, 1820.
96. VI. Derrick, b. May 22, 1803; m. Margaret, dau. of Thomas Cadmus, Oct. 15, 1825; removed to Passaic County.
97. VII.John, b. May 4, 1808; d. May 14, 1829.
98. VIII.Cornelius C,(129), b. April 8, 1813; m. 1st, Catharine Van Horn (46), May 5, 1882; 2d. Christina C., dau. of Evert Van Alen, Aug. 27, 1835.

Derick [74] had ch.:
99. I. Michael (135), b. Nov. 8, 1793; m. Cecilia Cadmus (25), Dec. 21, 1816; d. April 22, 1868.
100. II. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 23, 1795; d. Sept. 3, 1796.
101. III.Annatje, b. June 23, 1797; m. Abraham Vreeland (139), Nov. 30, 1816.
102. IV. Elizabeth, b. July 9, 1800; V. Aegie, b. Dec. 19, 1801 d. unm.
103. VI. Daniel R. (144), b. Sept. 7, 1803; m. Jane, dau. of Adrian M. Post, Sept. 7, 1826; d. April 22, 1873.
104. VII.Cornelius R. (150), b. March 27, 1805; m. Mary, dau. of Abraham Sickles, Sept. 15, 1827.
105. VIII. Catherine, b. Sept. 24, 1807; m. Albert Zabriskie, Nov. 7, 1822, d. Dec. 31, 1868; he d. Sept.-1872.
106. IX. Jane, b. Dec. 27, 1809; m. Egert Wauters, Jan. 17, 1828; d. June 14, 1872.
107. X. George, b. Sept. 23, 1811; m. Gitty, dau. of John Outwater, Sept. 13, 1832; d. May 3, 1864, s.p.
108. XI. Helena, b. April 20, 1813; d. May 6, 1813.
109. XII. Aletta, b. Oct. 16, 1819; m. John S. Tuttle, Oct. 29. 1840; d. March 29, 1855.

Christophel [82] had ch.:
110. I. Annetje, b. April 10, 1803; m. Mindert Vreeland (182), Nov. 24, 1836.
111. II. Nancy, b. July 23, 1804; m. Martin Tise, Dec. 24, 1829.
112. III.Henry, b. Sept. 12, 1806; m. Catharine, dau. of Jacob Cubberly; d. April 14, 1849, s.p.
113. IV. John, b. July 22, 1808; d. unm.
114. V. Thomas(157), b. Oct. 20, 1810; m. Nancy Parvine. Nov. 30 1834; d. May 25, 1846.
115. VI. Alexander, b. Nov. 25, 1812; m. Julia Ann Acker, Nov. 15, 1834; d. Dec. 29, 1845 had ch.: Henry and Rosa.
116. VII. Aletta, m. Thomas Wilkes, May 3, 1849.
117. VIII. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 28, 1817; d unm.
118. IX. Gertude, b. Sept. 15, 1820; m. Havens Tuttle, Oct. 6, 1836.
119. X. Jane, b. Dec. 28, 1823.

Garret[85] had ch. :
120. I. Ann Elizabeth. b. Feb. 19, 1818.;
II. Benjamin E., b. May 9, 1820, d. Oct. 7, 1820; 
III. Harriet E., b. March 29, 1822.
121. 1V Benjamin (158), b. June 23, 1824; m. Nancy, dau. of Benjamin Drake, July 27, 1847.

Seventh Generation

Garret J. [90] had ch.:
122. I.Eleanor V. H., b. March 10, 1819; m. Edgar R. Harrison, Feb. 4, 1840.

Daniel [91] had ch.:
123. I. Elizabeth Ann, b. April 3, 1822; Sept. 3, 1824.
124. II.Garret D. (160), b. Jan. 27, 1826; m. Caroline, dau. of Peter C. Westervelt, of T’Neck.

Garret C. [94] had ch.:
125. I. Frances G., b. Oct. 3 1820; m. James Van Buskirk (72), May 18, 1839.
126. II. Henry G. (162), b. Aug. 4, 1823; m. Sarah C. Van Buskirk (76), June 1, 1846; d. Jan. 16, 1860.
127. III. Cornelius (163), b. May 27, 1833; m. Mary A., dau of William Dickinson, Jan. 1, 1853.
128. IV. Issac Z., b. Nov. 30, 1836; m. Lucy, dau. of William Dickinson, in 1856; d. in Nov., 1868.

Cornelius C. [98] had ch.:
129. I. John V. H. (164), b. Feb. 27, 1833; m. Margaret Ann, dau. of Jacob Van Ripen, of N.Y., July 2, 1855.
130. II. Catharine V. H., b. Jan. 23, 1836; m. Albert Bogert, Oct. 24, 1867.
131. III. Herman V. A., b. Nov. 2, 1838; d. June 1, 1855.
132. IV. William K., b. Nov. 14, 1840.
133. V. Aletta, b. May 31, 1844; m. Edward P. Buffet, M. D., June 12, 1872; d. Sept. 26, 1873.
134. VI. Anna Deria, b. April 24, 1847;
VII. Cornelius, b. March 10, 1852.

Michael [99] had ch.:
135. I. Catharine, b. Sept. 22, 1817; d. Sept 10, 1819.
136. II. Richard, b. Sept. 25, 1818; d. March 9, 1819.
137. III. Jasper (165), b. Sept. 28, 1820; m. Lucinda Garrabrant; d. Oct. 25, 1849.
138. IV. Jane, b. Jan.4, 1823; m. John V. H. Clendenny, Oct. 31, 1839.
139. V. Catharine, b. April 25, 1825; m. Adam Rapp, May 13, 1848.
140. VI. Hannah, b. Oct. 22, 1827; m. John J. Rapp, Sept. 9, 1846.
141. VII.Elizabeth, m. James G. Tallman, April 16, 1851.
142. VIII.Sarah, m. Jesse D. Abrams, March 26, 1851.
143. IX. Richard (166), b. Nov. 18, 1839; m. Helen, dau. of Moses Copley, July 10, 1862.

Daniel R. [103] had ch.:
144. I. Eliza, b. July 1, 1826; m. Henry B. Beaty, the eighth sheriff of Hudson County.
145. II. Richard (167), b. Dec. 3, 1829; m. Sarah G., dau. of James Tallman, April 16, 1851.
146. III. Adrian (168), b. Nov. 7, 1832; m. Sarah Jane, dau. of John Van Pelt, of Millstone.
147. IV. John M., b. July 25, 1835; m. Louisa, dau. of John Gurney, March 27, 1860; d. April 27, 1868; had ch.: 1. Albert.
148. V. Hannah Jane, b. Aug. 21, 1839; m. Walter Gurney, Jan. 15, 1869.
149. VI. Clara P., b. April 3, 1842, m. John Wallace, Jr., April 13, 1869; 
VII. Daniel, b. Oct. 21, 1844:
VIII. Catharine Euphemia, b. Aug. 22, 1847, d. Aug. 10, 1858; IX. Aletta, b. April 1, 1850.

Cornelius R. [104] had ch.:
150. I. Richard C. (169), b. Dec. 19, 1827; m. Rachel Catharine Vreeland (253), May 27, 1852.
151. II. Abraham, b. March 25, 1829; m. Cornelia, dau.of Jacob Ackerman; removed to Illinois.
152. III. Michael C., b. Dec. 31, 1832; m. Mary Elizabeth, dau. of Jacob Thomas, July6, 1858; d. Dec. 10, 1870.
153. IV. Matilda Jane, b. May 22, 1836; d. Oct. 23, 1838.
154. V. Cornelius, b. Sept. 19, 1838; d. March 17, 1857.
155. VI. Mary Anna, b. April 6, 1841; m. Garret Vreeland (122), March 5, 1869.
156. VII. Matilda Jane, b. Oct. 14, 1845.

Thomas [114] had ch.:
157. I. Silas;
II. John; 
III. Christopher, b. in 1835; 
IV. Aletta Jane, b. March 18, 1843, d. Jan. 18, 1847.
V. Margaret.

Benjamin [121] had ch.:
158. I. Ann Eliza, b. Nov. 27, 1848; m. Peter B. Steele, Nov. 27, 1866.
159. II. Garret, b. Aug. 1, 1850, d. in inf.: 
III. Nancy, b. June 5, 1851, d. in inf.: 
IV. Diedrick, b. July 4, 1852, d. in inf.; 
V. Archibald P., b. May 3, 1853, d. April 14, 1956; 
VI. Ida, b. Oct. 1 1856, d. Nov. 11, 1860; 
VII. Ansel J., b. April 3, 1858.
VIII. Hattie B., b. April 3, 1861, d. July 17, 1862; 
IX. Edwin A. H., b. Dec. 24, 1866; 
X. Benjamin, b. May 3, 1869.

Eighth Generation

Garret D.[124] had ch.:
160. I. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 23, 1849; m. John Henry Bedell, May 26, 1869.
161. II. Peter W., b. Jan. 24, 1852;
III. Clarissa, b. June 19, 1854.

Henry G. [126] had ch.:
162. I. Jane, b. March 16, 1848; 
II. Eliza, m. Florence Griswold; 
III. Fanny, b. Feb. 23, 1852; 
IV. Gilbert.

Cornelius [127] had ch.:
163. I. Cornelius, b. Oct.,1855, d. in inf.; 
II. Fanny G., b. Dec. 17, 1857; 
III. Lucy Maud, b. Jan. 13, 1860.

John V. H. [129] had ch.:
164. I. John V. H., b. July 14, 1856; 
II. Edwin, b. June 18, 1859; 
III. Anna Catherine, b. July 1, 1862.

Jasper [137] had ch.:
165. I. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Dec. 17, 1843; 
II. Abraham.

Richard [143] had ch.:
166. I. Ira, b. April 13, 1863, d. Sept. 23, 1864; 
II. William J., b. Sept. 23, 1864, d. Aug. 13, 1865; 
III. John C., b. Jan. 23, 1866; 
IV. Edward J., b. July 5, 1868; 
V. Nellie, b. Sept. 7, 1870; 
VI. Richard V. and VII. Jennie L., twins, b. July 4, 1873.

Richard [145] had ch.:
167. I. Jennie, b. April 5, 1852; 
II. Sarah E., b. Dec. 10, 1854, m. John A. Bumsted, May 8, 1873; 
III. Daniel, b. June 10, 1857; 
IV. Clara, b. Dec. 5, 1860; 
V. Mary, b. March 5, 1865 ; 
VI. Richard, b. Aug. 20, 1866.

Adrian [146] had ch.:
168. I. Jane, b. Jan. 21, 1861; 
II. George M., b. Nov. 8, 1864;
III. John, b. Jan. 15, 1867; 
IV. Isabella, b. Feb. 27, 1869.

Richard C. [150] had ch. :
169. I. Cornelius, b. July 12, 1853; 
II. Maria Jane, b. Oct. 12, 1857.

 

This concludes the Van Riper genealogy section of Winfields book.
Thanks to my friend Terri Perico for typing this for me.
On line 168, George M. was my Grandfather who married Maud Kitson.
I was the last Van Riper of George M.’s generation to be born in 
Jersey City, Hudson County (also called Bergen City, when it was in Bergen County).
My Father Raymond, Mother Mazie (Seaman) and two Brothers, Raymond Jr.,Andrew, and I moved out of Jersey City when I was 2 years old. Another brother Daniel was born later.

George Van Riper
Fair Lawn,N.J.
12/11/2000

Van Riper Cemetery, LaGrange (Cass County) – Michigan

 

 

Van Riper Cemetary, LaGrange (Cass County), Michigan Photo: John Riper

 

 

 

“Between the years 1850 and 1860 Abram (the son of Jacob Van Riper) and his family decided to go west to Michigan. They founded the village of LaGrange in Cass County and there proceded to build a new mill for the manufacture of cotton and wollen goods. They heard that the railroad was expected to pass near them but it never did so that the mill was then abandoned. In the years that followed the family started to migrate to other parts of Michigan. Abram and members of his family are buried in the Van Riper Cemetery at LaGrange, Michigan.”

(Edward A. Van Riper, dated: October 28, 1958)

The Van Riper Cemetery is the last resting-place for (amongst many others) the following family members. Unfortunately many stones are not, or very difficult, to read:

  • JOHN VAN RIPER / 1847-1917
  • SARAH / Wife of John Van Riper / Nov. 22, 1850 – May 2, 1890
  • IDA / Wife of John Van Riper / Apr. 6, 1861 – Aug. 28, 1932
  • MARIE / Wife of Frank Benedict / Dau. of John and Ida Van Riper
  • STEVEN L. VAN RIPER M.D. ? Son of John & Ida / 1901-1991
  • BERTHA VAN RIPER / 1875-1959
  • EMELINE VAN RIPER / Mar. 15, 1827 – Apr. 20, 1919
  • CHARLES A. VAN RIPER / Sep. 26, 1822 – Sep. 30, 1900 (?) / First Lieut. … 12th Mich. Inf. (…)
  • SAMUEL D. (?) VAN RIPER / Son of C.A. & E. Van Riper / Died July 30, 1873 / aged 22 yrs. 6 m. 6 d.
  • WILLIAM A. / Son of G.Z. & M.E. Van Riper / Died Mar. (?) 20, 1880, aged 22 yrs., 27 days
  • ….. / Wife of G.Z. Van Riper / born June … 1827 / Died … 18..
  • LEWIS A. VAN RIPER / Died Jan. 17, 1863 / aged 53 years, 2 mos., 9 days
  • CATHERINE, wife of Abram Van Riper / died 1886 (?) / aged 78 years (?) / …
  • ABRAM VAN RIPER / died Aug. 18, 1871 / aged 84 years 7m 21d
  • ABRAM VAN RIPER / 1816-1900 / MARIA V. / His Wife / 1820-1899
  • VAN RIPER / Elizabeth / 1861-1862
  • VAN RIPER / Frank / 1871-1876
  • D. TUNIS VAN RIPER
  • Mother / HANNAH VAN RIPER / 1833-1912
  • Brother / ABRAM T. VAN RIPER / 1856-1913
  • KATHERINE VAN RIPER / 1876-1952
  • WILLIAM A. VAN RIPER / 1821-1910
  • IDA S. VAN RIPER / 1848-1905
  • EDWIN N. VAN RIPER / 1868-1892

Van Riper Hopper House, Wayne – New Jersey

 

The Van Riper Hopper House, a fine example of New Jersey Dutch architecture.Photo’s: Karin Riper

 

Van Riper Hopper House, Wayne – New Jersey

The VAN RIPER HOPPER HOUSE at 533 Berdan Avenue, Wayne, New Jersey. Built in 1786 by Uriah (Yurrie) Richard Van Riper when he married Maria (Pollie) Berdan. Yurrie was the great-great-grandson of Juriaen Thomasse Van Ripen.

Remaining in the Van Riper family, the house was passed down to Yurrie’s great-granddaughter Mary Ann Van Riper, who married Andrew Hopper in 1872. It was occupied by succeeding generations until taken over by Wayne township. In 1964 the house was officially dedicated as the Wayne Township Museum.

 

 


 

Juriaen Thomasse x Reyke Harmsse                  |     Thomas (b. 1668) (x Jannetje Straetmaker)                  |              Juriaen (b. 1693) (x Aeltje Simonse Van Winkle)                  |  Dirck (b. 1734) (x Elisabeth Meed)                  |   Yurrie R. Van Riper (x Maria -Polly- Berdan)                  |  Jacob B. Van Riper (b. 1789)                  (x Maria van Riper, dau. of John Van Riper and Lea Winne)                  |  Uriah J. Van Riper (b. 1812) (x Anna Banta)                  | Mary Ann Van Riper (b. 1849) (x Andrew Hopper, descendant of Andries Hoppe[n]  and Geertje Hendricks; came to New Netherland about 1651)  

Historic VAN RIPER HOUSE (also known as The Four Maples) at River Road, Nutley, New Jersey.

 

The Van Riper House in Nutley, NJ in June 2000 and the tablet with the initials “I·L·V RP” and the date “May 1th 1788” (Photo’s: Karin Riper)

Historic VAN RIPER HOUSE (also known as The Four Maples) at River Road, Nutley, New Jersey.

Built in 1708 by John Bradbury, who bought the land from Juriaen Thomasse Van Ripen. Eventually Abraham Van Ryper, the grandson of Juriaen Tomasse, married into the family with Elizabeth Bradberry, where it remained a Van Riper house until late 1890’s. Their son John Van Riper (born 1753) married Leah Winne in 1776, They also lived in the house. A tablet on the house bears the date May 1, 1788 and the initials of John Abraham Van Riper and Leah Winne (see picture). The building was partially damaged by a fire in 1999 and will be restored, thanks to the hard work by the people of the Van Riper Trust.

John Abraham and Leah Van Riper were the grandparents of Dr. Abram Harvey Van Riper (married to Clarissa Van Schaack McMeehan in October 1878), who was well known in town till his death in 1936.

The house as it was in 1961, hidden behind the maples

 

 


Juriaen Thomasse van Ripen  x Reyke Harmsse           |    Harmen Van Riper (b. 1686)  (x Marietje Freriks b. 1684)         John Bradbury           |                                   |   Abraham Van Ryper                x   Elizabeth Bradberry  (b. Jan. 25, 1716) ______