VAN RIPER-1892-93 Paterson,NJ

VAN RIPER-1892-93 Paterson,NJ

Adrian-baker 103 Broadway-home 101 Broadway
Albert-hostler-home-21 High St.
Alfred-bookkeeper-h 137 Tyler St.
Alfred-laborer-h 21 Godwin St.
Alfred J.-silk 26 Ramapo Ave.-h 269 Graham Ave.
Allan-laborer-h 21 Godwin St.
Andrew-painter-h 12 Tyler St.
Anthony-h Burhans Ave. near Clinton St.
Anthony -Frost & Van Riper-h 295 Summer St.
Bethany T.-widow of Jacob J.-h 269 Graham Ave.
Charles C.-carpenter-h 74 River St.
Cornelius-carpenter-h 84 Park Ave.
Cornelius-painter-h 29 Park Ave
Cornelius S.-physician-77 Fair St..,hours 1:30 to 3:00 and
7 to 8pm.
D. Romaine-h 128 Division St.
Eliza-h 128 Hamilton St.(Was called Division St.)
Frank-h 101 Broadway
Frederick-clerk-h 336 Ellison St.
George-salesman-h 331 Grand St.
George E.-clerk-h 336 Ellison St.
George P.-Van Riper Manuf. Co.-h 143 Hamilton Ave.
(Was called Division St.)
George S.-carpenter-h 95 Park Ave.
Hattie-h 6 Railroad Ave.
Helen -h 128 Hamilton St.(was caled Division St.)
Hester A.-widow of Henry-h 392 Ellison St.
Irving-student-h 77 Fair St.
James H.-clerk-h 124 Fair St.
Jane-dressmaker-84 Park Ave.
Jane-widow of Stephen S.-h 95 Park Ave.
Jasper-carpenter-h Goshen St.
John-h 22 N. Main St.
John-moulder-h Rip Van Winkle Ave.
John G.-planer-h 62 Park Ave.
John H.-clerk-h 43 Holsman St.
Laura-teacher-h 77 Fair St.
Lawrence A.-collector-h 166 Paterson Ave.
Mary-h 84 Park Ave.
Matilda-widow of John -h 88 Essex St.
Mortimer B.-belt maker-h 24 Pearl St.
Paul-laborer-h 252 W. 26th St.
Percy-clerk-h 43 Holsman St.
Peter-mason-h 735 E. 28th St.
Philip H.-grocer 73 Broadway ,h 336 Ellison St.
Rebecca-widow of George-h 19 High St.
Richard P.-feed 65 River St.-h 51 River St.
Van Riper Manuf. Co., beltmaker 14 Van Houten St.
William -carpenter-h 48 Hamilton St.(was called Division St)
William M.-salesman-h 24 Pearl St.
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Mary Van Rypen-h 124 Fair St.

01/25/2001

 

 

VAN RIPER-1917 Paterson ,NJ,city directory

VAN RIPER-1917 Paterson ,NJ,city directory

Abraham-beds 394 E. 30th St.
Alfred-beds 171 E. 21st St.
Alfred Jr.-mechanic-rooms 27 Main St.
Alfred J.-home 585 E. 29th St.
Anna-beds 652 E. 26th St.
Anthony B.-sec. & treas. Frost and Van Riper Inc.,
(308) 152 Market St.-h 652 E. 26th St.
Caroline-dressmaker-beds 667 E. 23rd St.
Catharine-widow of Albert-h 567 E. 18th St.
Charles C.-beds 271 Hamilton Ave.
Charles K.-reporter-beds 652 E. 26th St.
Charles W.-bartender, 53 Van Houten St.-h 33 Hamburgh Ave.
Cornelius-beds 497 Totowa Ave.
Daniel-porter ERR depot-h 22 Jefferson St.
Donald K.-lawyer-beds 652 E. 26th St.
Eleanor M.-widow of Henry-beds 336 Broadway
Eliza C.-widow of George-h 33 Hamburgh Ave.
Emma-beds 652 E. 26th St.
Frederick G. -(P.H. Van Riper & Son.),73 Broadway-
h 336 Ellison St.
George-clerk ERR -beds 44 River St.
George-motorman-h 55 N. 6th St.
George P.-pres. and treas. Van Riper Mfg. Co.,14 Van Houten St.-
h 572 E. 25th St.
George S.-carpenter-h 12 Madison Ter.
Harold A.-electrician-h 72 Matlock St.
Hattie-widow of John-h 88 Essex St.
Isabelle-nurse-beds 735 E. 28th St.
Jane E.-widow of Hartman-h 101 Ward St.
Jennie-beds 735 E. 28th St.
Jessie-widow of Peter-h 735 E. 28th St.
John-molder-h 44 River St.
John S.-shoemaker-beds 44 River st.
Lawrence A.-real estate-h 101 Ward St.
Lawrence A., Jr.-clerk-beds 101 Ward St.
Lucy-beds 735 E. 28th St.
Marinus-lab-h 252 Dixon Ave.
Mary E.-widow of Adrian V.-h 667 E. 23rd St.
Matilda-widow of John-h 88 Essex St.
Paul-h 252 Dixon Ave.
Percy R.-emp. E.J.P. Corp.-h 165 Pearl St.
P.H. & Son (Frederick G. Van Riper) ,grocers-
73 Broadway
Sarah H.,Mrs.-h 38 West st.
Seely-real estate, 41 Arlington Ave.-h 41 Arlington Ave.
Van Riper Mfg. Co.,George P. Van Riper pres.,Isaac Van Houten sec.,
mill supplies,14 Van Houten St.
Walter I.-office furniture, 11 1/2 Park Ave.,and belting Mfg.,
14 Van Houten st.-h 728 Market St.
Walter R.-dentist,emp 116 Broadway-h 64 17th Ave.
Walter B.-dentist 176 Market St.-h 712 E. 27th St.
William P.-building contractor-h 395 E. 32nd St.
W. Porter-bookkeeper-beds 101 Ward St.

01/04/2001

 

 

VAN RIPER-1939 Paterson ,NJ,city directory

VAN RIPER-1939 Paterson ,NJ,city directory

A.Harvey,Jr.-Vic. pres.-supt.,J.C. Atkinson Inc.,460 Totowa Ave.-
home at Nutley.
Adrian B.-electrical eng.,Pittsgurgh,Pa.-resides 712 E. 27th St.
Alfred S.-res. 301 Market St.
Alfred S.,Jr. (Margaret M.)-auto mech.-h 301 Market St.
Ann-res. 19 Ridge Ter.
Caroline O.-dressmaker,697 Broadway-h 397 Broadway.
Carrie E.-widow of Lawrence A.-h 101 Ward St.
Catherine -widow of George,houseworker-h 32 Temple St.
Catherine A.-widow of Allen–h 187 Edmund Ave.
Daniel S.-died May 4, 1938-age 83.
Edwin (Serena)-paying teller Paterson National Bank,152 Market St.-
h Upper Preakness(in Wayne),NJ.
Ella E.,Mrs.-h 82 N. Main St.
Eugene H. (Adele A.)-coml. artist-h 15 2nd Ave.
Frank-painter- 320 Vreeland Ave.
Fred-res. 653 E. 18th St.
George (Catherine E.)-emp. U.S. Dept. Agriculture-res. 32 Temple St.
George (Elizabeth)-h 448 E. 27th St.
George (Louise M.)-salesman-h 55 N. 6th St.
George C. (Eizabeth)-emp. WPA-h 127 16th Ave.
Gertrude V.,Mrs.-reception clerk WPA-res. 627 E. 26th St.
Gordon F. (Florence H.)-emp. 327 Vernon Ave.-res. 498 E. 36th St.
Harry A. (Minnie)-electrican-h 31 N.3rd St.
Hazel-res. 32 Temple St.
Helen A.-clerk (705) 5 Colt St.-h at Preakness(in Wayne)NJ.
Jennie M.- h 729 E. 26th St.
John S.-res. 250 17th Ave.
Katherine M.-res. 19 Ridge Ter.
Lawrence A.,Jr.- (Van Riper fabrics) 116 Grey St.-h at Nutley,NJ.
Margaret R.-res. 301 Market St.
Paul (Catherine)- moved to N.Y..
Porter (Hazel M.)-bookkeeper 634 Market St.-h 168 Paterson Ave.
Russell (Marie K.)-car insp. ERR-h 362 E. 25th St.
Ruth -res.19 Ridge Ter.
Sarah-died Nov. 29, 1937-age 84.-(widow of John)
Van Riper Fabrics(Lawrence A. Van Riper,Jr.) broad silk mfg’s.
116 Gray St.
Walter R.-dentist,138 Market St.-res. 331 20th Ave.
William(Augusta)-mason contr. and real estate,380 E. 35th St.-
h 380 E. 35th St.
William B. (Anna D.)-dentist 17 Church St.-h 712 E. 27th St.
William D. -student-res. 712 E. 27th St.

12/17/2000

 

 

VAN RIPER-The Aquackanonk Reformed Church,Passaic,NJ-G

VAN RIPER-The Aquackanonk Reformed Church,Passaic,NJ-G

GARRET (GERRIT,GERRET)

56.585-p.28-Gerrit Van Rype-w,Hellena Post-c,Marytje-b.July 8,1755.
SP:Dirrick Van Rype,Jannitje Post.
57.644-p.30-Gerrit Van Rype-w,Leentje Post-c,Garrit-b.Sept. 14,1757.
SP:Johannis Post,Maragriete Van Rype.
58.666-p.31-Gerret Van Rype-w,Fytje Van Winkel-c,Abraham-b.May 16,1758.
SP:Cornelius Van Rype,Annatje Van Winkel.
59.705-p.33-Gerrit Van Rype-w,Helena Post-c,Maragrieta-bap.Jan. 13,1760.
SP:Jacobus Post,Metje Van Wagening.
60.716-p.34-Gerret Van Rype-w,Fytje Van Winkel-c,Cornelius-b.June 29,1760.
SP:Johannis Van Rype,Maragieta Van Rype.
61.781-p.37-Gerret Van Rypen-w,Fytje Van Winkel-c,Gerret-b.Dec. 4, 1762.
SP:Johannes Post,Catharina Brickly.
62.797-p.37-Gerret J. Van Rypen-w,Lena Post-c,Marretje-b.Aug. 5,1763.
SP:Johannes Van Rypen,Maragrietje Steck.
63.850-p.40-Gerret Van Ryper-w,Fytje Van Winkel-c,Cornelius-b.Dec.5,1765(twin).
SP:Adrian Van Rypen,Rachel Koejeman.
64.851-p.40-Gerret Van Ryper-w,Fytje Van Winkel-c,Marytje-b.Dec. 5,1765(twin)
SP:Adrian Van Rypen,Rachel Koejeman.
65.913-p.43-Gerret Van Rypen-w,Geertje Gerrenrantse-c,Jacob-b.Nov. 2,1767.
SP:Jacob Van Winkel,Willemytje Van Winkel.
66.936-p.44-Gerret J. Van Rypen-w,Lena Post-c,Jannatte-b.May 7,1768.
SP:Frans Post,Cathalynte Van Houten.
67.1097-p.51-Gerret Van Rypen-w,Lena Post-c,Jacobus-b.Sept. 25,1772.
SP:Hendrick Gerretse,Catharina Van Houten.
68.1171-p54-Gerret Van Rypen-w,Fytje Van Winkel-c,Rachel-bap.Oct.8,1775.
SP: none listed.
69.1235-p57-Gerret G Van Rypen-w,Lea Simmons-c,Gerret-b.Sept.4, 1777.
Sp:Marynus Van Wagenen,Marytje Van Rypen.
70.1311-p.61-Gerret Van Rypen-w,Lea Simmons-c,Pieter-b.Sept. 4, 1779.
SP:Frans Post,Margrietje Van Rypen.
71.1581-p73-Garret Van Rypen-w,Lea Simmons-c,Rachel-b.Oct. 16,,1785.
SP: none listed.
72.1787-p.82-Garret Van Ripen-w,Lea Simmons-c,Mararietje-b.Oct. 8,1789.
SP:John Simmons,Susanna Simmons.
73.2057-p95-Garret Van Rypen-w,Jannetje Winne-c,Cornelius-b.Aug. 30,1792.
SP:none listed.
74.2086-p.96-Gerret Van Rypen-w,Lea Simmons-c,Pally-b. Jan. 11,1793.
SP:Pieter P. Simmons,Pally Simmons.
75.2821-p.129-Gerret Van Ripen-w,Maria Ecker-c,Steve-b.Dec. 10, 1805.
SP:none listed.
76.2909-p.133-Gerrit Van Rypen-w,Maria Ecker-c,Cornelius-b.Nov.11,1807.
SP:none listed.
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JURRIE-(Jurry-George)

77.1805-p.83-Jurry V. Rypen-w,Antje Vreland-c,Simeon-b.Dec.2,1789
SP:none listed.
78.1978-p.91-Jurrie Van Rypen-w,Neeltje Van Hoorn-c,Gerrit-b.Oct 16,1791.
SP:none listed.
79.2001-p.92-Jurrie Van Rypen-w,Antje Vreland-c,Nicholas-b.Jan. 17,1792.
SP:none listed.
80.2129-p.98-Jurrie Van Rypen-w,AntjeVreland-c,Stephen-b. July 20,1793.
SP:none listed.
81.2278-p.105-Jurrie Van Riper-w,Antje Vreland-c,Antje-b.Jan.26,1796.
SP:Nicholas Vreland,Nency Bassetti.
82.2484-p.114-Jurrie Van Rypen-w,Elizabeth Van Blerkom-c,Annaatje-b.Mar.
25,1799.
SP:John Jurrianse,Annaatje Jurrianse.
83.2696-p124-Jurrie Van Rypen-w,Rachel Meet-c,Antje Dec.19,1802.
SP:none listed.
84.2734-p125-Jurrie Van Rypen-w,Rachel Meet-c,Jenneke-b.Dec. 15,1804.
SP:none listed.

 

 

Winfields History of Hudson County Continued (2/7)

Winfields History of Hudson County Continued

Third Generation
Tomas(2) had ch;
11. 1. 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. 11. Juriaen (44), b.June 12, 1693; m. Aeltje Van
Winkle (28), June 12, 1714.
13. 111. Jan,b Oct. 8, 1694.
14. 1V. Abraham (51), b. April 4, 1696; m. 1st, Elizabeth
Hesselse; 2d, Catrintje Andriese, Sept. 13, 1729.
15. V. Isaac, b. Oct. 28 1697.
16. V1. Jacob (52) b. Oct 9, 1699; m. Maritje Gerbrant
(12), Dec. 21, 1728.
17. V11. Geesje, b. Oct. 4 1702.
18. V111. Maritje, b. Oct. 3, 1704; m. Jacob Vreeland,
of Belleville, Dec. 21, 1726.
19. 1X. Elisabet, b. April 4, 1707.
20. X. Dirck, b Jan. 25, 1709; m. Pietertje Post, Sept.
28, 1732.

Gerrit (3) had ch;
21. 1.Elizabeth, b. May29, 1694; m. Michael H. Vree-
land (32), May 30, 1719; d. Nov. 18 1767.
22. 11. Lea, b. Sept. 11, 1697; m. Jacob Van Wagenen
May 2, 1719; d. Dec 19, 1775.
23. 111. Juriaen (53). b. Aug. 15, 1699; m. Grietje
d. July 29, 1739.
24. 1V. 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. V1. Aeltje, b. March 29, 1705; d. Sept 30, 1710.
27. V11.Cornelius (55) b. Oct. 6, 1707 m. Aeltje Van
Winkle (34), June 29, 1728; d. Jan. 17, 1771.
28. V111. 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. 1. Jurrie, b. Jan 22, 1703; m. Elizabeth Steinmets,
Nov. 13, 1730.
30. 11. Maritje, b. March 16, 1706.
31. 111.Metje, b. July 22, 1711; m. John Vreeland.
32. 1V.Gerrebrand (61), b. June 1, 1719; m. Fitje Van
Vorst (23) , Jan 6, 1742.

Harman (9) had ch;
33. 1. Juriaen ,b.Sept 12, 1710; m. Helena Van Houten.
34. 11. Frederick, b. Feb 22, 1713; m. 1 st.Catrintje Hopper
Oct 19, 1738; 2d Annetje Van Vorst (24), Dec. 2, 1742.
35. 111. Abraham, b. Jan. 25, 1716; 1v. Johannis, b.July 21, 1718.
36. V. Christophel (62) b. Sept 1722; m. Metje Brouwer, Sept
28, 1746.
37. V1. Maritje, b. Sept 14, 1724; V11. Jacob, b. Feb. 8, 1728.
38. V111. Isaac,b. Sept. 30, 1729 m. Annatje Egbertse; had ch:
Petrus, bap. Nov. 19 1752.
39. IX. Sahah; X. Jannetje, b. June 11, 1732; X1. Gerrit, b. Nov.
3, 1734.
40. X11. Thomas; X111. Christina.

 

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1900 Van Riper census, Nebraska

Van Riper
Federal Census
1900
Nebraska
========================
Gage County
Blue Springs Village
Roll T623-928
district 47
page127a, sheet 1, image 1, June 4
1st Street

12-12
Silas Van Riper-48-M-W-head-dry goods merchant-married 24yrs.-
b.Feb.1852 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella S. Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-1 child, 1living-
b.Dec.1852 Ill.-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Pa.
Henry W. Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-b.Feb.1889 Kansas-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ill..
Charlotte H. Van Riper-75-F-W-mother-widow-5 children, 3 living-
b.Sep.1824 N.Y..-Fa..b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Vt..
Lottie I. Van Riper-38-F-W-sister-music teacher-single-
b.June 1862 Ill..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
===================
Lancaster County
City of Lincoln, ward 1
Roll T623-933
district 44
page 148a, sheet 8, image 17, June 8
145 North 93rd Street

90-123
John C. Van Riper-46-M-W-head-manager gas co.-married 14yrs.-
b.Jan.1854 Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna M. Van Riper-37-F-W-wife-married 14yrs.-4 children,4 living-
b.Feb.1863 Ill.-Fa.b.Virginia-Mo.b.Virginia
Walker Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-b.Mar.1887 Missouri-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Virginia
Leah Van Riper-11-F-daughter-at school-b.Nov.1888 Missouri-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Virginia
John C. Van Riper Jr.-10-M-W-son-at school-b.April.1890 Missouri-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Virginia
Geo. Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-b.May1892 Missouri-Fa.b.Michigan-Mo.b.Virginia
Note(You might notice that this family was also on the 1900 Missouri census with
a slight variation. A mystery to be solved someday..
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Dec. 23, 2005

 

 

Van Riper 1900 Federal census, Arkansas

1900
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Arkansas
==============================
Hempstead County
Ozan
T623-roll 60
district 50
page 269a, sheet 9, image 17, June 18

161-161
Mary A. Van Riper-56-F-W-head-farmer-married 12years-11 children,8 living-
b.Nov.1844 Kentucky-Mo.b-Tenn.-Fa.b.Kentucky
John Van Riper-30-M-W-son-single-b.Oct.1869 Ar..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ky..
Oscar Van Riper-23-M-W-son-single-b.June1876 Ar..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ky..
Sampson Van Riper-17-M-W-son-single-b.Feb.1883 Ar..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ky..
Daisy Van Riper-20-F-W-daugther-single-b.May1880Ar..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ky..
Jennie Mc Laughlin-32-F-W-daughter-widow-seamstress-6 children, 5 living-
b.Oct.1867Mo..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ky..
Pat Mc Laughlin-8-M-W-grandson-b.Feb.1892 Arkansas-Fa.b.Alabama-Mo.b.Missouri
Ella Mc Laughlin-7-F-W-granddaughter-b.Mar.1893 Arkansas-Fa.b.Alabama-Mo.b.Missouri
George E. Mc Laughlin-5-M-W-grandson-b.Sept.1895 Arkansas-Fa.b.Alabama-Mo.b.Missouri
Annie Mc Laughlin-3-F-W-granddaughter-b.July1896 Arkansas-Fa.b.Alabama-Mo.b.Missouri
Joseph Mc Laughlin-1mth.-M-W-grandson-b.June1900 Arkansas-Fa.b.Alabama-Mo.b.Missouri
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June 14, 2005

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,ward 18,N.Y.C.,New York Co.,N.Y.

1870
VAN RIPER
New York State
New York County
Manhatan
==================
Ward 18, District
M593-roll 1001
P.O. New York City
page 244b, sheet 18, image 18, June 23
45-175 (many family building)
J.W.T. Van Riper-54-M-W-clerk in market-b.N.Y..
Eliza J. Van Riper-53-F-W-keeps house-b.P.A..
page 245a
Mary Van Riper-23-F-W-saleswoman-b.N.Y..
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10/22/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Franklin Twp.,Bergen Co,N.J.

1870
VAN RIPER
NEW JERSEY
BERGEN COUNTY
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Franklin Twp.
M593-roll 852
P.O. Ramsey
page 223a, sheet 61, image 61, Aug. 10
444-480
Andrew Van Riper-35-M-B-farm laborer-b.N.J..
Jane Van Riper-25-F-B-keeps house-at school-b.N.J..
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08/18/2004

 

 

Carl Van Riper (b. 1879)

Carl Van Riper

CARL VAN RIPER has put himself in the front ranks of lawyers in Western Kansas and has developed a large and influential practice at Dodge City. His career has been identified with Western Kansas since early childhood, and he has the spirit of enterprise which is the characteristic of the people of this region.

A native Kansan, Mr. Van Riper was born at Iola December 27, 1879. His father, Joseph Van Riper, now a farmer in Ford County, was born September 2, 1854, in Illinois. Joseph’s father, John, was left an orphan and was reared by a family in Massachusetts. In 1859 he brought his family to Fort Scott, Kansas, but on account of the border troubles in that region, as described on other pages of this history, he moved the following spring to Iola. There he enlisted in the Ninth Kansas Cavalry and was in active service three years in Arkansas, Texas and Mississippi. His record is largely the record of the regiment, which is given elsewhere in this work. He was mustered out without ever having been wounded or captured.

Joseph Van Riper was about five years old when the family came to Kansas, and he grew up and married at Iola. In 1885, when his son Carl was six years of age, he moved to the vicinity of Yates Center in Woodson County, and in the spring of 1887 went to the extreme western portion of the state, to Hamilton County. There he took up a claim and managed to exist, though with extreme difficulty, until 1891. He finally gave up the attempt to prove up his homestead. He encountered the scarcity of water and he found the country poorly adapted to farming. All that region was open land and was chiefly used for grazing cattle. While there he acquired a little stock, and not being able to succeed in farming his only improvements were a sod house and dugout stables, such as the majority of homesteaders had. From Hamilton County he moved to Clark County for two years, and there his efforts as a farmer were more successful. He then bought a half section of land in the southwest corner of Ford County, and has since lived there, having made a well improved farm.

Joseph Van Riper married Delila George, who was born in West Virginia, in 1857, a daughter of J. W. and Jane George. The George family lived for several generations in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and became extensive slave holders. All of J. W. George’s brothers were in the Confederate army, while he was a Union soldier, with a West Virginia regiment of infantry. He saw some strenuous service with the Army of the Potomac at Antietam, second Bull Run, Gettysburg, and was at Appomattox Court House when Lee surrendered and was one of the soldiers who secured a couple of small sections of the famous apple tree under which the terms of surrender were concluded between Grant and Lee. This apple tree has always been famous. It was a massive tree before the surrender, but in half an hour’s time not a particle of it was left, even the roots and ground surrounding them being torn up and carried away for relics. The children of Joseph and Delila Van Riper are: Carl; Frank, a farmer and stock buyer and shipper in Ford County, who is married and has four children; John, a lawyer practicing at Denver, Colorado, married and has one child; and Herbert, who is still single and living at home.

In the several communities of Western Kansas above mentioned Carl Van Riper had his early experiences and acquired an education in the common schools. He graduated from the high school of Dodge City in the spring of 1900, following which he taught school a year at Minneola. In the fall and winter of 1901-2 he was in the business college at Salina, taking the shorthand and typewriting course. Returning to Dodge City, he entered the law office of Button & Scates, old practitioners of the county, and while doing their stenography applied himself diligently to the study of law. In 1905 he passed the successful bar examination and was admitted to practice, and then continued with the firm as an employe. In 1907 he entered upon his duties as county attorney, to which he had been elected in the preceding fall as the successor of Judge Finley. Mr. Van Riper proved a vigorous prosecutor and maintained to the full the record established by his predecessor against law violators, especially in the enforcement of the prohibitory law. Mr. Van Riper served two terms as attorney for Ford County. On retiring from office he formed a partnership with L. H. Madison, and the firm of Madison & Van Riper still exists and handles much of the legal business in the local courts, and Mr. Van Riper has also tried cases before the Supreme Court of Kansas and the Federal Court. While in the office of county attorney his first case was the prosecution of a party for stealing a white mule. After several continuances, and after the prosecuting witness and others had left the country, the case was finally dismissed.

Mr. Van Riper has been a figure in local politics for a number of years, is a republican and cast his first presidential vote for Roosevelt. He is a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and was superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School at Dodge City for six years, until he resigned in 1917. He is now a member of the board of trustees of the church. While a great deal may be expected from Mr. Van Riper in the future, since he is still a young man, his success has already been such as to constitute him a prominent lawyer and man of affairs. He owns some wheat land in Morton County and at 801 Fourth Avenue in Dodge City he has a modern home. This home was first built by him in 1905, and in 1916 he remodeled it, making a two-story, eight-room home, with concrete terrace and surrounded by a fine lawn and trees.

On June 21, 1905, Mr. Van Riper married Miss Stella Imel, who was born in Jefferson County, Indiana, July 25, 1877. Her father, P. M. Imel, who was born in the same Indiana County October 24, 1847, is a pioneer merchant at Dodge City but now retired. His father, Thomas Imel, was a Virginian, while the grandfather, Peter Imel, was born in Germany and at an early day came with a brother and settled in Virginia. P. M. Imel married Margerite Lyon, daughter of William and Margerite Lyon, who were early settlers in Indiana, P. M. Imel’s mother was Elizabeth Leatherberry, who died in Ford County, Kansas, in 1897, at the age of eighty-one. Her father, Thomas Leatherberry, came from England. Mrs. Van Riper was a teacher of the primary grade in the Second Ward School in Dodge City for eight years. Mr. and Mrs. Van Riper have one child, Ruth.

Transcribed from A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, written and compiled by William E. Connelley, Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1919, c1918. 5 v. (xlviii, 2530 p., <155> leaves of plates): ill., maps (some fold.), ports.; 27 cm.

 

 

VAN RIPER-1965 Oranges- Maplewood,NJ

Alice M. -widow of Arthur L.-home 469 Alden St.,Orange
Catherine-h (k) 446 Prospect St.,East Orange
Donald C.-(Marjorie H.) in U.S. Air Force-r 58 Maple Ave.,Maplewood
Ella-r (10) 399 Lincoln Ave. ,Orange
Grace-saleswomen,Newark-h (1-0) 399 Lincoln Ave., Orange
H. Vincent ( Helen)-h 275 Shephard Ave.,East Orange
Harold (Isabel) maintman-h (608) 108 Parrow St., Orange
Richard-moved to Morristown
Richard,Jr.-moved to Morristown
William D.(Verna M.)-lawyer (Van Riper & Belmont)
6 S. Orange Ave., South Orange-h West Orange
Van Riper & Belmont(William D. Van Riper & Paul N. Belmont)
lawyers-6 S. Orange Ave,South Orange

VAN RYPER

Mary C.- nurse Dr. N .F. Vincent (603) 144 S. Harrison St.,East Orange-
h- at Basking Ridge

 

 

1850 Pequannock Twp.,Morris County,N.J. VAN RIPER

1850
Van Riper
Pequannock Twp.,Morris County,N.J.
Pequannac (spelling as on Census sheets)
district 15,p267a,image 7,Aug. 2

47-49
Joel Preston-35-M-W-laborer-b.NJ..
Catherine Preston-19-F-W-b.NJ..
Jemima Preston-2-F-W-b.NJ..
JOHN VAN RIPER-13-M-W-b.NJ..
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district 15,p-267b-268a,image 8-9,Aug.3

63-65-
John R. Van Duyne-45-farmer-NJ.
Sarah Van Duyne-46-F-W-b.NJ..
Charity Van Duyne-22-F-W-b.NJ..
Mary Van Duyne-14-F-W-b.NJ..
Julia Van Duyne-12-F-W-b.NJ..
Hariot Van Duyne-10-F-W-b.NJ..
Harrison Van Duyne-4-M-W-b.NJ..
JOHN VAN RIPER-16-M-W-laborer-b.NJ..
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district 15-p289b-image48-Sept.4

380-393
Cornelius Vanderhoff-67-M-W-farmer-b.NJ..
Sarah-Vanderhooff-44-F-W-b.NJ..
EMILY VAN RIPER-7mts.-F-W-b.NJ..
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district 15-p289b-image48-Sept.4

381-394
THOMAS VAN RIPER-45-M-W-laborer-b.NJ..
Catherine Van Riper-37-F-W-b.NJ..
Cornelius Van Riper-17-M-W-laborer-b.NJ..
Samuel Van Riper-15-M-W-b.NJ..
Mary J(?)Van Riper-12-F-W-b.NJ..
William Van Riper-10-M-W-b.NJ..
Martin Van Riper-9-M-W-b.NJ..
Caroline Van Riper-6-F-W-b.NJ..
Charles Van Riper-4-M-W-b.NJ..
Julia Ann Van Riper-2-F-W-b.NJ..
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district 15-p290a-sheet 579-image 49-Sept 4

385-398
Jacob Van Riper-55-M-W-farmer $800-b.NJ..
Elizabeth Van Riper-50-F-W-b.NJ..
Giles Van Riper-14-b.NJ.
Ellen Van Riper-11-at school-b.NJ.
Sarah Van Riper-7-at school-b.NJ.
Margaret HAYHART-62-b.NJ.
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district 16-p304a-image79-July 26

19-91
Daniel Frederick-29-M-W-shoemaker-$400-b.NJ..
Mary? Frederick-23-F-W-b.NJ..
Hannah VAN RIPER-92-F-W-b.NJ..
John H. Frederick-3-M-W-b.NJ..
Margarit Frederick-7mths.-F-W-b.NJ..
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4/4/2004

 

 

1860 Van Riper census,New York City,New York Co.,New York State

1860
VAN RIPER
New York State
New York County
====================
New York City
Ward 8, District 2
P.O. New York City
M653-794
page37, sheet 37, image 38, June 13
81-267 (twenty one family building)
Henry Thompson-38-M-B-minister-b.N.Y..
Hanah Thompson-33-F-B-b.N.J..
Samuel Thompson-11-M-B-at school-b.Massachusetts
James Thompson-9-M-B-at school-b.N.Y..
William Thompson-6-M-B-at school-b.Maryland
Joseph Thompson-2-M-B-b.Maryland
Jane Van Riper-32-F-B-service-b.N.J..
Susan Thompson-53-F-B-b.N.Y..
—————————————————–
New York City
Ward 8, District 3
P.O. New York City
M653-795
page 783, sheet 119, image 119, June 14

344-1063 (five family house)
Mary Van Riper-39-F-W-wash woman-$100-b.N.J..
Jacob Van Riper-23-M-W-$150-b.N.J..
William Van Riper-21-MW-fish dealer-$75-b.N.J..
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New York City
Ward 8, District 3
P.O. New York City
M653-795
page 939, sheet 276, image 276, July 2

844-2416
J. F.(John) Van Riper- 45-M-W-merchant,$9,000-$9,000-b.N.Y..
(drygoods, 519 Greenwich St.-home at 85 Charleton st.)
Mary E. Van Riper-45-F-W-b.N.Y..
Carrie Van Riper-19-F-W-b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-17-F-W-b.N.Y..
Clara Van Riper-14-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Mary E. Van Riper-12-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-9-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Dennis Van Riper-67-M-W-b.N.J..
Mary Conway-29-F-W-b.Canada
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7/9/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Arizona and Virginia

1870
VAN RIPER
Arizona
Tucson, Pima Territory
P.O. Tucson
M593-roll 46
page 81,sheet 81, image 81, June 29

906-906
Samuel Van Riper-23-M-W-soldier U.S. Army-b.N.Y..
Charles Wells-28-M-W-soldier U.S. Army-b.N.Y..
George Wingert-27-M-W-soldier U.S. Army-b.N.Y..
Frederick Weiss-M-W-soldier U.S. Army-b.Switzerland
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Virginia
Madison, Orange County
P.O. Orange Court House
M593-roll1669
page 220-221, sheet 21-22, image 3-4, June 21

120-155
Robert H. Hinkley-M-W-farmer-$2,500-$400-b.Va.
Sarah A. Hinkley-29-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Fannie Hinkley-7-F-W-attending school-b.N.Y..
Albert J. Hinkley-5-M-W-b.N.Y..
Frederick Hinkley-2-M-W-b.N.Y..
Horace Van Ripen-25-M-W-b.N.Y..
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7/28/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Washtenaw,Michigan

1870
VAN RIPER
Michigan
Washtenaw County
—————
Lima twp.
M593-roll 707
P.O. Chelsea
page 190, sheet 13, image 13, Aug. 3
101-96
Elias Westfall-72-M-W-farmer-$14,000-$2,5000-b.N.J..
Arabella Westfall-65-F-W-keeps house-b.Mass.
Franklin Van Riper-13-M-W-farm laborer-b.Michigan
Delos Hart-22-M-W-farm laborer-b.Michigan
===============================
Sylvan Twp., Chelsea Village
M593-roll 708
P.O. Chelsea
page 411a, sheet 31, image 31, June 10

246-248
John H. Van Riper-42-M-W-Harness manf.-$2,000-$600-b.N.Y..
Maria Van Riper-36-F-W-keeps house-b.England
James W Van Riper-6-M-W-at school-b.Michigan
John W. Van Riper-4-M-W-b.Michigan
Florence A. Van Riper-1-F-W-b.Michigan
==================================
Sico Twp. (Dexter Village)
M593-roll 708
P.O. Dexter
page 338b, sheet 10, image 10, July 21

89-94
James C. Van Riper-64-M-W-carpenter-$2,800-$800-b.N.J..
Catherine Van Riper-63-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Mary Bush-37-F-W-dress maker-$200-b.N.Y..
May Van Riper-8-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
————
Sico Twp. (Dexter Village)
M593-708
P.O. Dexter,
page 339a, sheet 11, image 11, July 21

90-95
Andrew J. Van Riper-39-M-W-carpenter-$100-b.N.Y..
Margaret Van Riper-32-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Weatthy Van Riper-14-M-W-at school-b.Michigan
Bell Van Riper-12-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
Harry Van Riper-10-M-W-at school-b.Michigan
———————————————-
Sico Twp.(Dexter Village)
M593-roll 708
P.O. Dexter
page 344a, sheet 21, image 21, July 22

180-185 (two family house)
Abram C. Van Riper-74-M-W-b.N.J..
Betsey Van Riper-75-F-W-b.N.J..
========================================

3rd ward,Ypsilanti
M593-roll 708
P.O. Ypsilanti
page 508b, sheet 12, image 12, June 6

85-99
Garry Van Riper,Sr.-57-M-W-carpenter-$1.800-$450-b.N.Y..
Matilda Van Riper-47-F-W-b.N.Y..
Jacob Van Riper-17-M-W-at school-b.California
Garry Van Riper-13-M-W-at school-b.California
Margaret Van Riper-10-F-W-at school-b.Texas
Clara Van Riper-7-F-W-at school-b.Texas
Frank Van Riper-1-M-W-b.Michigan
————————————————
3rd ward,Ypsilanti
M593-roll 708
P.O. Ypsilanti
page 515b, sheet 26, image 26, June 9

178-228( two family house)
Mary J. McGarry-41-F-W-keeps house-$1,200-$200-b.N.Y..
Frederick Tayor-M-W-10 mths.-M-W-b.Aug. Michigan
Henry Van Riper-19-M-W-works in harness shop-b.Michigan
=====================================
Webster Twp.
M593-roll 708
P.O. Dexter
page 427a, sheet 11, image 11, July 26

74-74
Floyd Van Riper-28-M-W-farmer-$500-b.Michigan
Mary Van Riper-20-F-W-keeps house-b.Michigan
Garrett L. Van Riper-17-M-W-on farm-b.Michigan
—————————————–
Webster Twp.
M593-roll 708
P.O. Dexter
page 429a, sheet 15, image 15, July 27

103-103
Nicholas Van Riper-47-M-W-farmer-$4,000-$1,500-b.N.Y..
Jane Van Riper-45-M-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Carlton D. Van Riper-20-M-W-b.Michigan
Janette Van Riper-14-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
Henry M. Queal-65-M-W-b.N.Y..
——————————————————–
Webster twp.
M593-roll 708
P.O. Dexter
page 429b-sheet 16-image 16, July 27

111-111
Gilbert Granger-38-M-W-farmer-$3,500-$800-b.Mass.
Ellen Granger-28-F-W-keeps house-b.Michigan
Jessie Granger-2-M-W-b.Michigan
Orin Van Riper-18-M-W-18-on farm-b.Michigan
——————
Webster Twp.
M593-roll 708
P.O. Dexter
page 429b-sheet 16-image 16, July 27

114-114
Geo Van Riper-30-M-W-day laborer-b.Michigan
Julia Van Riper-25-F-W-keeps house-b.Michigan
———————-
Webster Twp.
M593-roll 708
P.O. Dexter
page 429b-sheet 16-image 16, July 27

115-115
Pomeroy Van Riper-29-M-W-farmer-$5,500-$1,000-b.Michigan
Frances Van Riper-28-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Mabel Van Riper-1-F-W-b.Michigan
Peter Halsey-65-M-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Halsey-63-F-W-b.N.Y..
—————————————–
Webster Twp.
M593-roll 708
P.O. Dexter
page 432a, sheet 21, image 21, July 28

151-151
Stephen Van Riper-64-M-W-farmer-$6,000-$1,500-b.N.Y..
Anna M. Van Riper-58-F-W-b.N.J..
Chas H. Van Riper-24-M-W-b.Michigan
Mary C. Van Riper-26-F-W-b.Michigan
==========================================
8/12/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Tioga County, N.Y.

1870
VAN RIPER
New York State
Tioga County
===================
Barton, district 4
M593-roll 1103
P.O. Waverly
page 19a, sheet 5, image 5, June 7
86-38
Aaron Van Riper-24-M-W-cartman-$1,000-b.N,Y..
Albertine Van Riper-24-F-W-keeping house-b.N.Y..
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Tioga
M593-roll 1103
P.O. Halsey Valley
page 363a, sheet 21, image 21, June 21

170-170
Geo. W. Van Riper-41-farmer-$2,000-$500-b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-29-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
E .(Eva) M. Van Riper-9-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
C.(Charles) M. Van Riper-6-M-W-b.N.Y..
E.(Eddie) B. Van Riper-3-M-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-63-F-W-cannot read or write-b.N.Y..
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Owego
M593-roll 1103
P.O. Apalachien
page 205a, sheet 88, image 33, June 6

310-306
Morris Van Riper-44-M-W-farmer-$1,200-$360-b.N.Y..
Mary Ann Van Riper-40-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Ella Van Riper-16-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Fred Van Riper-11-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
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Barton, district 1
M593-roll 1103
P.O. Factoryville
page 12a,, sheet 66, image 10, June 17

192-201
Freeman Smith-40-M-W-engineer in S. Mill-$900-b.N.Y..
Charlotte-17-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Richard Van Riper-49-M-W-works in S.Mill-b.N.Y..
and sixteen others,all born in Ireland and not related.
——————————
Barton, district 2
M593-roll 1103
P.O. Waverly
page 49b, sheet 161, image 161, June 30

514-574
Geo. A. Lawrence-28-M-W-day laborer-$500-$100-b.N.Y..
Isabel Lawrence-27-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Grace Lawrence-8-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Geo. A. Lawrence-2-M-W-b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-53-F-W-b.N.J..
Isabel is the daughter of Sarah Van Riper.
Isabel’s father was Richard-above.
==========================
11/1/2004

 

 

1880 Van Reyper census,Hudson County,N.J.

1880 (Some Van Riper combinations)
VAN RIPER-VAN REIPER-VAN RYPER-VAN REYPEN-
VAN REYPER-VAN REIPEN (all Van Riper)
New Jersey
Hudson County
==============================
VAN REYPER
=============
Jersey City
T9-roll 783
district 19
page544c , sheet 49, image 49, June 19
142 Erie Street

142-267
John C. Elmendorf-52-M-W-head-coal dealer-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Elmendorf-48-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Gertrude Fonda-78-F-W-mother-divorced or widow-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John W. Van Reyper-39-M-W-brother in law-painter-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Katie Van Reyper-36-F-W-wife-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Reyper-14-M-W-son-at school-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Gertrude Van Reyper-6-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Jersey City
T9-roll 784
district 33
page 472a, sheet 43, image 43, June 23
22 Jewett Avenue

279-431
Richd. Van Reyper-49-M-W-head-carpenter-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Emily Van Reyper-30-F-W-wife-keeps house-b.Scotland-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Daniel Van Reyper-23-M-W-son-exressman-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Clara Van Reyper-21-F-W-daughter-dressmaker–b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary Van Reyper-16-F-W-daughter-helps keep house-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Richard Van Reyper-14-M-W-son-at school-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Amelia Van Reyper-6-F-W-daughter-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Lulu Van Reyper-4-F-W-daughter-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ida Van Reyper-3-F-W-daughter-daughter-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
page 472b
Mabel Van Reyper-6mths.F-W-daughter-b.Dec.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Jersey City
T9-roll 783
district 19
page 474a, sheet 47, image 47, June 24
57 1/2 Jewett Avenue

305-461
Adrian Van Reyper-44-M-F-head-builder-married-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sarah (Van Pelt) Van Reyper-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Jennie Van Reyper-19-F-W-daughter-helps keep house-single-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
George Van Reyper-15-son-M-W-works for N.Y. graphics-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
(my Grandfather, who died when my Father was 8 years old)
John Van Reyper-13-M-W-son-at school-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Belle Van Reyper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
AddieVan Reyper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
William Van Reyper-1-M-W-son-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Jersey City
T9-roll 784
district 34
page 497d, sheet 27, image 27, June 25
Bergen Avenue

199-239
John V. H. Van Reyper-46-M-W-head–frorist-married-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Margt. A. Van Reyper-50-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
John V. H. Van Reyper Jr.-24-M-W-son florist-single-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edwin J. Van Reyper-21-M-W-son-single-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna C. Van Reyper-18-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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2-18-2005

 

 

1880 Van Riper census,Kings County,New York State

1880
Van Riper census
Kings County
New York State
========================
Kings County
ward 22, Brooklyn
T9-roll 855
district 226
page 136b, sheet 2, image 2, June 1
431 5th Avenue

6-14
James M.Van Riper-40-M-W-head-livery stable-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Kate Van Riper-31-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.Graves End,L.I.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sadie Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.J.-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.Wales
Anna M. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-b.Brookly,N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William H.Van Riper-3-M-W-son-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 855
district 229
page 219a, sheet 33, image 33, June 9
233 Fifthteenth St.

225-298
John Van Riper-45-M-W-head-carpenter-married-b.Feb.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Francies Van Riper-37-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.Aug.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Allice Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-b.May N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Geneva Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-b.Sept.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fridrick Van Riper-4mths.-M-W-b.Feb.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
City of Brooklyn
T9-roll 856
district 243
page 5a, sheet 9, image 9, June 3
670 Lexington Avenue

65-82
James Van Riper-52-M-W-head-piano maker-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Susan Van Riper-55-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.Conn..
Jessie Van Riper-23-F-W-daughter-maker of suits-single-b.N.Y..Fa.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
George C. Van Riper-22-M-W-son-piano maker-single-b.N.Y..Fa.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
James Van Riper-son-20-M-W-drug store-single-b.N.Y..Fa.N.Y..Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 847
district 110
page 109d, sheet 20, image 20, June 5
280 South 2nd Street

105-210 (twofamily house)
James Van Riper-49-M-W-head-shop joiner-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-41-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Henry Van Riper-17-M-W-son-printer-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Martha Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Theodore Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-4-M-W-son-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 848
district 128
page 489, sheet 3, image 3, June 1
357 South Second Street

15-31 (Three family house)
William Van Riper-32-M-W-head-clerk in cracker factory-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maria Van Riper-34-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lilly Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 849
district 137
page 2c, sheet 3, image 3, June 1
312 South 5th Street

13-1
Jacob Van Riper-52-M-W-head-head-truck man-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma Van Riper-41-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Josephine Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Geo. Van Riper-16-M-W-son-at-school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Walter Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Matilda Voorhis-68-F-W- G Mother-divorced or widow-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 855
district 234
page 348d, sheet 36, image 36, June 8
691 Bedford Avenue

293-330 (two family house)
Abraham Van Riper-51-M-W-head-printer-divorced or widow-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Thomas Van Riper-27-M-W-son-bank note printer-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lucius Van Riper-25-M-W-son-clerk in store-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julius F. Van Riper-15-M-W-son-clerk in store-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
Flatbush
T9-roll 855
district 234
page 348d, sheet 25, image 25, June 4
Kings County Asylum for the Chronic Insane

138-146
Adeline Van Riper-28-F-W-employee seamstress-single-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 845
district 75
page 657b, sheet 18, image 18, June 5
1070 Pacific Avenue

102-180
John W. Simons-58-M-W-head-newspaper editor-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.Conn..
Henrietta Simons-48-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John W. Simons-14-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.N.Y..–Mo.b.England
Margaret Van Riper-50-F-W-helper-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 846
district 99
page 620d, sheet , image , June
155 Van Brunt Street

161-464 (five family house)
David C. Van Riper-37-M-W-head-carpenter-married-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Eliza Van Riper-38-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Frank Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
Mary Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
John Van Riper-6-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 847
district 110
page 106b, sheet 14, image 14, June 4
114 Eighth Street

72-144
Isaac Conkling-44-M-W-head-cracker mer.-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna Conkling-43-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillie Conkling-18-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles Conkling-16-M-W-son-at-school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Conkling-14-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Anna Conkling-10-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harry Conkling-7-M-W-son-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Francis Van Riper-40-F-W-sister in law-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
City of Brooklyn
T9-roll 856
district 245
page 51c, sheet ,9 image 19, June 5
17 Chuncey Street

120-210 (Three family house)
HannahVan Riper-55-F-B-head-washing-divorced or widow-cannot read or write-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Kings County
Brooklyn
T9-roll 856
district 248
page 131d, sheet 36, image 10, June 10
689 Madison Street

288-410
Caroline Van Riper-60-F-W-head-keeps house-divorced of widow-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marietta Van Riper-35-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Phoebe Ann Van Riper-33-F-W-daughter-seamstress-single-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Kings County
Town of Ubrech ,Brooklyn
T9-roll 857
district 262
page 494d, sheet 4, image 4, June 2-3

28-35
Cornelius Cozine-43-M-W-head-fisherman-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William H. Cozine-42-M-W-brother-fisherman-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Cozine-68-F-W-mother–keeps house-divorced or widow-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary J. Van Riper-18-F-W-niece-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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3/30/2005

 

 

1900 Van Riper census,Hoboken,North Bergen, Hudson Co. N.J.

1900
Van Riper
Federal Census
Hudson County
New Jersey
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HOBOKEN
Hoboken ,ward 5, 2nd precinct
roll T623-973
district 46
page 116a, sheet 13, image 25, June 2
927 Garden Street

927-276
Lawrence Van Riper-38-M-W-head-clerk express-Married 13yrs.-
b.Aug. 1861 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Minnie Van Riper-40-F-W-wife-Married 13yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.Nov. 1859 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James L. Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mar.1888 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Joseph W. Van Riper-9-M-W-son-
b.Oct.1890 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marguerite Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-
b.Sept.1892 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Minetta Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.Nov.1894 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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NORTH BERGEN
North Bergen Township
roll T623-974
district 175
page 45b, sheet 14, image 28, June 9
Fisher Avenue

248-283
Biddie(?) A. Van Riper-63-F-W-head-boarding home-widow-3 children,2living-
b.Feb.1837 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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March 20, 2006

 

 

1900 census, Seneca County, New York State

1900
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
NEW YORK STATE
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Seneca County
Village of Waterloo, ward 2
T623-roll 1162
district 100
page 245b, sheet 15, image 30, June 16
Main Street

388-397
William D. Lohr-46-M-W-head-organ case maker-married 27yrs.-
b.Oct.1853 N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa…-Mo.b.N.Y..
Francis A. Lohr-43-F-W-wife-married 27yrs.-3 children,3 living-
b.June 1856 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Spencer M. Lohr-25-M-W-son-carpenter-single-
b.Mar.1875 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fredrick Lohr-21-M-W-son-day laborer-single-
b. Aug.1878 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary F. Lohr-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.July 1889 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George P. Lohr-69-M-W-father-widow-
b.July 1830 Pa..-Fa..b.Pa..-Mo.b.Kentucky..
Elsie Youngs-70-F-W-mother in law-widow-2 children, 2 living-
b.July 1829 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edwin A. Westcott-27-M-W-nephew-day laborer-single-
b.Nov.1872 Maine-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna M. Van Riper-16-F-W-servant-single-
b.July 1883 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Seneca County
Varick
T623-roll 1162
district 98
page 211a, sheet 5, image 9, June 9

109-109
Edward Van Riper-56-M-W-farmer-married 30yrs.-
b.Sept.1843 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Francis (Sweezy)Van Riper-54-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.Oct.1845 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jay H. Van Riper-28-M-W-son-farm laborer-single-
b.Aug.1871 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bert B. Van Riper-26-M-W-son-farm laborer-single-
b.July 1873 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Leroy E. Van Riper-25-M-W-son-farm laborer-single-
b.May 1875 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ernest N. Van Riper-17-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mar.1883 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eliza Sweezy-79-F-W-mother in law-widow-3 children, 1 living-
b.June 1820 N.Y..-Fa.b.Indiana-Mo.b.Indiana
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Seneca County
Varick
T623-roll 1162
district 98
page 217a, sheet 11, image 21, June 20

280-280
Peter H. Van Riper-69-M-W-head-farmer-married 7yrs.-
b.April 1831 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Fannie L. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 7yrs.-0 children-
b.Aug.1857 N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
William Johnson-22-M-W-boarder-farm laborer-single-
b.May 1878 Georgia-Fa.b.Georgia-Mo.b.Georgia
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Seneca County
Fayette Township
Village of Waterloo
T623-roll 1162
district 86
page 40a, sheet 9, image 17, June 11

196-202
Julia Van Riper-61-F-W-head-farmer-widow-4 children, 4 living-
(widow of Stephen Vreeland Van Riper -son of Peter Van Riper and Maria Vreeland)
b.Oct.1838 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lottie Van Riper-28-F-W-daughter-domestic-single-
b.Aug.1871 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles B. Van Riper-26-M-W-son-farm laborer-single-
b.Oct.1873 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elmer J. Van Riper-20-son-farm laborer-single-
b.Aug.1880 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Mcknight-25-M-W-farm laborer-single-
b.Mar.1875 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Seneca County
Fayette Township
Village of Waterloo, ward 1
T623-roll 1162
district 86
page 33a, sheet 2, image 3, June 2
Washington Street

31-33
Peter G. Van Riper-75-head-carpenter-married 53yrs.-
b.Nov.1824 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Catharine Van Riper-67-F-W-wife-married 53yrs.,2 children,2 living-
imigrated 1842, in USA 58yrs.
b.Nov.1832 Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mob.Ireland
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Seneca County
Fayette Township
Village of Waterloo
T623-roll 1162
district 86
page 46a, sheet 15, image 29, June 22

345-354
Richard Van Riper-75-M-W-head-farm laborer-married 45yrs.-
b.Nov.1824 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-62-F-W-wife-married 45yrs.-6 children, 3 living-
b.Jan.1838 b. N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mabel Van Riper-26-F-W-daughter-domestic-
b.May 1874 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Seneca County
Fayette Township, ward 1
Village of Waterloo
T623-roll 1162
district 86
page 34b., sheet 3, image 6, June 4
Fayette Street

72-76
Orsa P. Van Riper-31-M-W-head-house painter-married 5yrs.-
b.Jan.1869 b. N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Scharlotte Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 5yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Nov.1871 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Raymond Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.June 1896 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Stanley V. Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.May 1898 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Seneca County
Fayette Township, ward 1
Village of Waterloo
T623-roll 1162
district 86
page 34b., sheet 3, image 6, June 4
Fayette Street

73-77
Theodore Van Riper-45-M-W-head-plumer-married 21yrs.-
b.Jan.1855 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
Emma Van Riper-43-F-W-wife-married 21yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
imigrated 1862, in USA 38 yrs.-
b.April 1857 England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Ernest F. Van Riper-19-M-W-son-plumer-single-
b.Jan.1881 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Florence Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Oct.1884 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Hazel Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Dec.1887 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Labancha Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Sept.1889 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
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Seneca County
Fayette Township, ward 3
Village of Waterloo
T623-roll 1162
district 101
page 258a, sheet 8, image 15, June 13
Swift Street

176-189
John Van Riper-56-M-W-head-mason and contractor-married 30yrs.-
b.Oct.1843 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Margaret Van Riper-48-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-9 children, 8 living-
b.Aug.1851 Maine-Fa.b. Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
William A. Van Riper-27-M-W-son-mason-single-
b.March 1873 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Nannie M. Van Riper-24-F-W-daughter-marker woolen factory.-single-
b.April 1876 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Charles Van Riper-19-M-W-son-single-
b.Feb.1881 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
John Van Riper-16-M-W-son-single-
b.Oct.1883 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Nettie Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.June 1886 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Jennie Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.June 1887 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Albert G. Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.Dec.1891 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Elizabeth Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.July 1892 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Maine
Mary A. Van Riper-60-F-W-sister-finishing room factory-single-
b.July 1839 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eliza J. Van Riper-58-F-W-sister-finishing room factory-single-
b.June 1841 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Seneca County
Fayette Township, ward 3
Village of Waterloo
T623-roll 1162
district 101
page 260a, sheet 10, image 19, June 15
Eliska Street

233-249
Silvers Van Riper-42-M-W-head-work in coal yard-married 8yrs.-
b.Mar.1885 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma J. Van Riper-41-F-W-married 8yrs.-0 children-
b.July 1858 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Seneca County
Fayette Township, ward 3
Village of Waterloo
T623-roll 1162
district 101
page 256b, sheet 6, image 12, June 12
Main Street

139
William Van Riper-49-M-W-head-engineer woolen factory-married 26yrs.-
b.June 1850 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 26yrs.-7 children, 7 living-
b.May 1854 N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Rose M. Van Riper-23-F-W-daughter-card room factory-single-
b.April 1877 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Katharine Vanriper 20 daughter-finishing room factory-single-
b.Sept.1879 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Winferd Van Riper-18 daughter-finishing room factory-single-
b.Aug.1881 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Leoine Van Riper-16 daughter-at shool-
b.Sept.1883 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eliza Van Riper-14-daughter-at school-
b.Jan.1886 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Thomas Van Riper-11- son-at school-
b.Oct.1888 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Warren Van Riper-9- son-at school-
April 1891 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Seneca County
Fayette Township
T623-roll 1162
district 85
page 24a, sheet 4, image 7, June 9

105-105
William Van Riper-19-M-W-head-farmer-
b.July 1880 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Josephine Van Riper-18-F-W-sister-dress maker-
b.Sept.1881 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna Van Riper-15-F-W-sister-at school-
July 1884 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Caroline Van Riper-13-F-W-sister-at school-
Nov.1886 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-10-F-W-sister-at school-
April 1890 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Richard Van Riper-4-M-W-brother-
Mar.1900 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Silvius Van Riper-3 moths.-brother-
b.Jan.1896 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Father and Mother were-John G. and Mary E. Van Riper-
1910 Seneca-Waterloo-page 281b-image 18
can’t find them in 1900
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Seneca County
Tyre Town
T623-roll 1162
district 97
page 200a, sheet 4, image 7, June 8-9-11

93-93
Grove Van Riper-28-M-W-head-farmer-single
b.May 1872 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bernelia Van Riper-53-F-W-mother-widow (of Sith)-5 children, 5 living-
b.Aug.1846 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Homer Van Riper-19-M-W-brother-farm laborer-single
b.April 1871 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John Van Riper-16-M-W-brother-at school-
b.Nov.1883 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Seneca County
Junius Town
T623-roll 1162
district 87
page 49b, sheet 1, image 2, June 2

9-9
G. W. Sutherland-53-M-W-farmer-married-52yrs.-
b.Aug.1846 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Izora Sutherland-52-F-W-wife-married 52yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.Aug.1847 Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Leona Sutherland-25-F-W-daughter-school teacher-single-
b.June 1878 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Gace Sutherland-12-F-W-daughter-
b.June 1889 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
Etta Stule-25-F-W-servant-single-
b.Feb.1875 N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Van Riper-21-M-W-boarder-farm laborer-single-
Oct.1878 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Jan.6, 2006

 

 

1910 Van Riper census, Arkansas

1910
Van Riper
Federal Census
Arkansas
===============
Hempstead County
Ozan Township
Roll T624-52
district 82
page 203b, sheet 23, image 46, April 25

100-103
Oscar Van Riper-36-M-head-operator mill-married 3yrs.-
b.Illinois-Fa.b.Conn.-Mo.b.Kentucky
Rhoda Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-0 children-
b.Arkansas-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
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Hempstead County
Ozan Township
Roll T624-52
district 83
page 204a, sheet 1, image 1, April 26
Hope Road

2-2
John Van Riper-72-M-W-head-machinist farmer-married 40yrs.-
b. Conn.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..(1880 census says Fa.b.Conn.-Mo.b.Conn.)
Mary Van Riper-66-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-12 children,8 living-
b.Kentucky-Fa.b.Tenn..-Mo.b.Kentucky
Johnnie Van Riper-40-M-W-son-operator saw mill-divorced-
b.Arkansas-Fa.b.Conn.-Mo.b.Kentucky
Jemmie McDougall-10-M-grandson-at school-
b.Arkansas-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Mo..
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Hempstead
Ozan
Roll T624-52
district 83
page 206a, sheet 3, image 5, April 28
Wallaceburg Road

40-40
Sam Van Riper-26-M-W-head-operator mill-married 1yr.-
b.Mo..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.n/a
Bessie (Davis) Van Riper-16-F-W-wife-married 1yr.-1 child,1 living-
b.Oklahoma-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
Garner (1920 called Hughie)Van Riper-9moths-M-W-son-
b.Arkansas-Fa.b.Mo..-Mo.b.Oklahoma
Clayton Davis-10-M-W-brother in law-
b.Oklahoma-Fa.b.n/a/-Mo.b.n/a
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May 14, 2007

 

 

1860 Van Riper census, Iowa

Brooklyn Twp., Poweshiek County
page 515, image 77, June 17
M653-roll 339

553-535
Charles Van Riper-34-M-W-machinist-$125-$75-b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-27-F-W-b.N.Y..
Agnes Van Riper-8mths.-F-W-b.Iowa
Philip Van Riper-45-M-W-b.N.Y..
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Hampshire Twp., Clinton County
p273, image 273, June 23
M653-roll 316

309-297
Albert Hammond-36-M-W-farmer-$4,000-$1,558-b.N.Y..
Mary D. Hammond-26-F-W-b.In..
Algina Hammond-10-F-W-b. Iowa
Egbert Hammond-7-M-W-b. Iowa
Virginia Hammond-4-F-W-b. Iowa
Marry A. Hammond-F-W-2-b. Iowa
Asa Hammond-38-M-W-stone mason-$300-38-b.N.Y..
Emily Hammond-18-F-W-b. England
Clarence L. Hammond-4mths.-M-W-b. Iowa
Peter Van Riper-24-M-W-farm laborer-b.Mi..
Leonard A. Curtiss-22-M-W-farm laborer-b.Mi..
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Walnut Creek, Pottawattamie
page 419, image 119, July 16
M653-roll 338

866-792
William E. Van Riper-42-M-W-farmer-$100-b. N.Y..
Betsy A. Van Riper-30-F-W-house wife-b.R.I.
page 420-image 120
Emma J. Van Riper-7-F-W-at school-b.R.I..
Clarence Van Riper-5-M-W-b.R.I..
Jessie B. Van Riper-2-F-W-b.Iowa
Charles Fermer-41-M-W-farmer-
Martha Fermer-35-F-W-house wife-$300-$100-b.Mass.
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Toledo Twp., Tama County
page 817-image 11-June 7
M653-roll 339

105-93
J. Hunnicutt-38-M-W-stone mason-$1,435-$285-b.Ohio
M. Hunnicutt-30-F-W-b.Pa..
J. G. Hunnicutt-4-M-W-b.Pa.
M. E. Hunnicutt-2-F-W-b.Iowa
J. C. Hunnicutt-1mth.M-W-b.Iowa
T. Hunnicutt-65-M-W-b.Iowa
G. Van Riper-26-M-W-M-W-b.Mi.
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5/17/2004

 

 

George VAN RIPER ANCESTORS

George VAN RIPER ANCESTORS

1-Jurian (Van Riper) Tomassen-b ?? Ripen (Ribe) Denmark d-Sep. 12,1695
m May 28, 1667-Prynije b??? d-Dec.??

2-son-Gerrit Tomassen(Van Rypen) bap-Jun. 27,1670 d-Sept. 4,1748 Bergen(Jersey City)NJ m June 6,1693-Beelitje Oosten-b????/Hoboken,NJ d

May 20,1745.

3-son-Cornelius Van Rypen b-Oct. 6, 1707 Bergen,NJ d- Jan.17,1771,Bergen,NJ m June 29,1728-Aeltje Van Winkle b-Apr. 13,1712 Bergen,NJd-Jul.19,1776 Bergen NJ

4-son-Daniel Van Riper b-June 26,1736,Bergen,NJ d-July 31,1818 ,Bergen NJ mOct. 13,1761-Elizabeth Terhune bJuly 15, 1738 Bergen NJ,d-June 1,1811 Bergen NJ

5-son-Derrick Van Riper b-Aug. 28,1772 Bergen NJ d-July 3,1851 Bergen
mOct. 1792-Jenneke Vreeland b-1775 Bergen NJ
d-July 1,1848 Bergen NJ

6-son-Daniel R. Van Riper b-Sept. 7,1808 d-April 22,1873
mSep. 7,1826-Jane Post bAug. 31,1807 Hudson City
d-Apr. 28,1886.

7-son-Adrian D. Van Riper-b Nov. 7,1832 Jersey City d-Feb 22,1898 Jersey

City mMay 19,1858-Sara Jane Pelt b1837 Millstone NJ d
Feb 27, 1905 Jersey City

8-son-George M. Van Riper-b Nov. 8,1864 Jersey City NJd-Sep. 15,1905 Bayonne,NJ m.Aug. 4,1894 Maud Henrietta Kitson,-2nd husband Andrew Brunton

9-son-Raymond Van Riper (father)- bJune 9,1897 Jersey City d-Oct 25,1981

Belleville NJ m June 14,1921-Mae Lucinda Seaman- b Jan.
13,1904 Elmira NY, d Aug. 25, 1961

 

 

William Nelson (History of Paterson & Passaic, 1901) 4/6

Page 170a

the Wesel bridge.  He d. on his farm at Slooterdam 
(Fair Lawn), May  23.1857. 

Daniel-Cornelius-Gerrit-Juriaen Thomasse and Elizabeth 
Terhune had children:

I. Catrintje, b. Dec. 2, 1762. 
II. Cornelis, b. May 23, 1767; m. 1st, Elizabeth Vree- 
land, m. bond dated Jan. 20, 1787; 2d, Vrouwetje, dau. of 
Gerrebrant Gerritse, of Slooterdam, Oct. 30, 1791; she d. 
Sept. 19, 1806; 3d, Aeltje Van Horne, wid. of Michael Van 
Houten, May 31, 1807; d- Jan. 6, 1842.  Cornelis lived on 
the east side of the Passaic river, on the north side of Gar- 
rison’s lane (opposite the Broadway bridge) ; he afterwards 
removed to the second house below the Broadway bridge, 
and after the death of his third wife he removed to Bergen, 
(Jersey City) where he lived near the Bergen church. 
III. Derrick, b. Aug. 28, 1772; m. Jenneke Vreeland, 
Oct. —, 1792 ; d- July 3, 1851.  Issue: 1. Michael, b. Nov. 
8,  1793; m.   Cecilia Cadmus,  Dec.  21,  1816; d.  April 22, 
1868; 2. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 23, 1795; d. Sept. 3, 1796; 3. 
Annatje, b. June 25, 1797; m.  Abraham Vreeland, Nov. 30, 
1816; 4. Elizabeth, b. July 9, 1800; 5. Aegie, b. Dec. 19, 
1801; d. unm. ; 6. Daniel, b. Sept. 7, 1803; m. Jane, dau. 
of Adrian-Mercelins Post, Sept. 7, 1826; d. April 22, 1873; 
7.  Cornelius, b. March 27, 1805; m. Mary, dau. of Abraham 
Sickles, Sept. 15, 1827; 8. Catharine, b. Sept. 24, 1807; m. 
Albert Zabriskie, Nov. 7, 1822; d. Dec. 31, 1868; he d. 
Sept. —, 1872; 9. Jane, b. Dec. 27, 1809 ; m. Egbert Wau- 
ters, Jan. 17, 1828; d. June 14, 1872. 

Garret-Johannis-Gerrit-Juriaen Thomasse had children : 
By his first wife, Catrintje Van Wagenen:

I.  Margrietje, b. Oct. 10, 1775; d. July 26, 1776. 
II. Margrietje, b. Dec. 31, 1780; d. May 31, 1781. 
III. Catlyntje, b.  Nov.  29,  1782;  m.  Helmich Van 
Houten, Dec. 7,1799. 
IV. Elizabeth, b. July 13, 1785; m. Daniel Van Ripen, 
Sept. 18, 1811; d. Sept. 18, 1852. 
V. Margrietje, b. Oct. 30, 1788; m. Cornelius Van 
Winkle, Aug. 16, 1807; d. Feb. 23, 1866.

By his second wife, Catreintje Van Rypen; 
VI, Annatje b. July 12, 1794; m. John G. Van Horn, 
Dec. 19, 1812; d. Dec. 6, 1872; he was b. Jan. 25, 1793; d. 
Dec. 1, 1871.  Issue: 1. Catharine, b. July 16, 1814: m. 
Cornelius C. Van Ripen, May 6, 1832; d. March 28, 1833; 
2. Garret, b. April 28, 1820;  d. Nov. 28, 1826;  3. John, b. 
Aug. 4, 1825, m. Cornelia V. R., dau. of Evert Van Alen; 
d. Sept. 11, 1862; 4. Garret, b. July 30, 1830; m.  Mary, 
dau. of Abraham Britton, Dec. 25, 1852; d. Nov. 17, 1864. 
VII Beelitje, b. Dec. 27, 1797; m. John Van Buskirk, 
Nov. 20, 1814; he was b. Sept. 27, 1787; d. Dec. 12, 1869. 
Issue: i. Catharine, b. July 13, 1815; m. Garret Vreeland, 
Oct. 23, 1834; d. Jan. 3, 1874; 2. Sarah, b. Aug. 16, 1817; 
m. Henry Newkirk, Nov. 7, 1838; 3. Jane, b. July 22, 1820; 
m. Jacob Van Wagenen, Dec. 29, 1842; 4. Ann Elizabeth, 
b. Sept. 28, 1824; m. Cornelius Vreeland, Dec. 2, 1841; 5. 
John, b. Aug. 30, 1832; m. Mary, dau. of William Elsworth, 
Nov. 19,1851. 

Gerrit-Juriaen-Aelt-Juriaen Thomasse and Helena Post 
had children: 


Page 170b

I.  Marytje, b. July 8, 1755; m. Hendrick Van Houten. 
II. Geirit, b.  Sept 14, 1757; m. Lea Simmons, Sept. 
25, 1777. 
III. Maragrieta,bap. Jan. 13, 1760; prob. m. Johannis 
Doremus, widower. May 31, 1789.  Ch., Gerrit, b. Dec. 27, 
1791. 
IV. Marretje, b. Aug. 5, 1763;m. Michael G. Vreeland, 
March 13,1784. 
V. Jannetje, b. May 7, 1768; m. Cornelius Cadmus, 
Aug. 19, 1787.  Issue: l. Johannes, b. April 4, 1788; d. 
Jan. 16,1837; 2. Gerret, b. Aug. 10, 1791; m. Elizabeth 
Van Houten, June 15, 1811; d. Nov. 9, 1870; 3. David, b. 
Dec. 14, 1794; m.  Margaret Vreeland, Feb. 13,1825; d. 
Aug. 5, 1869; 4. Andries (Andrew), b. Aug. 22, 1803; m. 
Ellen Van Houten, Aug. 21, 1824; d. March 14, 1884; 5. 
Cornelius, b. Oct. 13, 1805; m. Delilah DeWitt; d. March 
28, 1861; Jacobus (James), b. Oct. 13, 1805; m. Mary Der- 
mot, Feb. 28, 1828; d. March 16, 1878. 
VI. Jacobus, b. Sept. 25, 1772; m. Jannetje Van Win- 
kle, Nov. 8, 1792 (she was a dau. of Jacob-Waling Van Win- 
kle and Elcy Kip, and was b. Dec. 9, 1776); d. May 15, 
1807; she d. Oct. 23, 1826.  Jacobus lived on the east side 
of the Passaic river, near the Saddle river.  He was known 
as Jacob G. Van Riper. 

Johannis-Cornelis-Aelt-Juriaen Thomasse and Marra- 
grietje Van Rype had children:

I.  Cornelus, b. Dec. 13, 1759; m.  Marretye Gerritse, 
prob. dau. of Gerrebrand Gerritse.  By deed dated March 
16, 1804, Cornelius Westervelt conveyed to Cornelius I. Van 
Riper and John G. Ryerson, both of Saddle River, one 
equal half part or moiety of “the fishing place at Wagaraw in 
Passaic river, extending from John Goetschius’s fishing 
place or line until it comes to the line of Jerry Van Riper’s 
lot, formerly the lot of John C. Westervelt, deceased.(l) 
II. Jurrie, b.  Dec. 17, 1761;  he was perhaps the Jerry 
Van Riper who bought a part of the Westervelt farm at 
Hawthorne, extending from the Ryerson line to the Degray 
line. 
III. Johannes, b. Sept. 15, 1764. 
IV. Gerret, bap. April 19, 1767.

Cornelius-Cornelis-Aelt-Juriaen Thomasse had children: 
By his first wife, Margaret Vreeland:

I.  Sietje, b. Sept. 16, 1765; m. John Berry, Sept.  12, 
1784; She survived him in 1804.  Issue : l. Maragrietje, b. 
Oct. 20, 1785; 2. Philip, b. Sept. 4, 1788; 3. Cornelius, b. 
Dec. 3,1789. 
II.  Rachel,  bap. July 10,  1768; m. John MacCarthy, 
Dec. 19, 1790.  Issue: l. Peggy (Margaret), b. Dec. 10, 
1791; 2. Ebbie (Abigail), b. Nov. 28, 1793.  MacCarthy d. 
prior lo April, 1805, and David Van Bussem was appointed 
guardian of the two children.  By virtue of an order of the 
Essex county orphans’ court he sold the interest of his 
wards in the lands of their grandfather, Cornelius Van 
Riper, for $750, by deed May 3, 1806, to John Merselis. (2) 
MacCarthy was probably a son of John MacCarthy and Ab- 

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(1) Bergen County Transcribed Deeds, C, 578. 
(2)Essex County Deeds, Q, 214. 


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igail Van  Bussern, who had a child,  Abigail,  b.  Oct.  10, 
1763.   He m. 2d, Elizabeth Post, wid., Dec. 14, 1797. 
III. Margrietje (Pegge), b.  March 5,  1771; m.  Gerrit 
A. Vreeland, Aug. 16, 1794.   Issue: i. Abraham, b. March 
1,  1795;  2-  Cornelius, b. Aug. 4, 1800; 3. Jaiinetje, b. Dec. 
15, 1802; 4. Jenneke, b. May 15, 1808.  Margaret and her 
husband and her sister Seche Berry conveyed to John Mer- 
selis, June 4,  1803, for $1,500, their two-fifths interest in 
the lands of their father, Cornelius Van Reypen.(l) 
By his second wife, Elizabeth Vreeland: 
IV. Marrotje (Mary), b. June 2, 1780; m. Henry Sim- 
mons, Dec. 27, 1800.  She lived in a stone house, at the 
southwest corner of Market street and the Wesel road; she 
owned twelve acres of land on Willis street, near the Do- 
remus property, which adjoined the present Washington 
Park.  She and her husband conveyed to John Merselis, 
Oct. 1, 1803, for $300, her one-fifth interest in the lands of 
her father, Cornelius Van Riper.(2)  Henry Simmons was an 
extensive merchant in New York, having stores in Water 
and Pearl streets.  His will, dated March 27, 1828, proved 
July 30, 1828, names wife Mary, and children (3): 1. Peter H., 
d. unm.; 2. James, b. Dec. 13, 1804, in New York; came 
to Paterson about 1835 and m. Ann, dau. of Adrian R. Van 
Houten, who lived at the southwest corner of West and 
River streets; James is still living, in- 1894; 3. Mary Eliza, 
m. John P. Meserole ; 4. Jane, m. Francis B. Morrow; 5. 
Rachel Ann, m. Abraham Walsh ; 6. Sufan, d. unm. ; 7. 
Henry Abraham, d. unm. 
V. Cornelius, b. Jan. 9, 1784. 
VI. Jannetje (Jane), b. Jan. 19, 1786; m. James Sim- 
mons, of New York.  They conveyed to John Merselis, 
Oct. 29, 1807, for $750, their one-fifth interest in the lands 
devised to his children by Cornelius Van Ripen, as above ; 
“The first lot is bounded on the east by the Passaic river, 
on the south by lands of Henry Post, and Hartman Post 
on the west and on Peter Merselis land of the heirs of 
Hassel Peterson, the public highway and the school lot on 
the north.  The second lot is a wood lot lying at the foot of 
the mountain to the west of a lot of meadow of Ebenezer 
Blachly.”(4) 
VII. Catharina, b. July 5, 1789. 

Christophel-Jurie—Jan-Juriaen Thomasse  and Annatje 
Brouwer had children:

I.  Jurrie, b.  Feb. 8, 1767;  m. Elisabeth Van Blerkom, 
March 12, 1791.  He came from Rutherford, and lived in a 
small stone house still standing, the property of Mrs. Sarah 
Kinter, at the corner of York avenue and Lafayette street. 
He had a small farm, which he cultivated assiduously; he 
was also in the habit of buying grain in Sussex county and 
selling it in this neighborhood.  Early in the present cen- 
tury he went West—to the Genessee country, in New York, 
selling his farm to Henry I. Van Blarcom.  In the Acquack-
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(l) Ib. .I,331. 
(2) Ib., I, 110. 
(3) Essex County Wills, E, 13. 
(4) Essex County Transcribed Deeds-, B, 416.
 


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anonk and Totowa church records he is sometimes styled 
Jurrie or Yere  Jurrianse,  but  usually with Van  Riper 
added.  To distinguish him from “Siemen’s Jurrie” and 
others of the same name he was popularly known as “Chris- 
en’s Jurrie”—Christopher’s Uriah. 
II.  Hessel, b. April 12, 1769; m. Marytje Van Hoorn 
(dau. of Richard Van Hoorn), Jan.  17,  1796; d. Aug.  11, 
1847; he was called  Hassel Yereance, and lived  at Ruther- 
ford. 
III Eliiabeth, b. Oct 24, 1770; m. Jacobus Brincker- 
hoff,  May 25,  1799.     Ch.,  Antje, b. July 4,  1801. 
IV. Gerrit, b. Nov. 27, 1772; d. in int. 
V. Neeltje, b. March 13, 1775; m. Cornelius Jeraal- 
man, a. ship-builder at Belleville.   He m. 2d, Catharine Gar- 
rison; the latter m. 2d, Benjamin Zabriskie, (son of Joost 
Zabriskie, of Slooterdam), who had a large grist- and saw- 
mill on the east  bank of  the  Passaic  river,  about  half-way 
between the Broadway bridge and the Wesel bridge. 
Neeltje Jurrianse and Cornelius Jeraalman (Joraleman) had 
issue: l. Anniatje, b. Dec. 3, 1797; 2.Christofel, b. Sept. 
29, 1799. 
VI. Jan , b. Oct. 29, 1778; m. Elizabeth Van Hoorn, 
Oct. 20, 1799.  He was called John C. Jurrianse.  Ch., 
Margtietje, b. Jan. 21, 1800. 
VII. Annaatje, b. Dec. 12, 1781. 
VIII. Gerrit, b. Sept. 28, 1786. 

Jan-Jurie-Jan-Juriaen Thomasse and Eliiabeth Post had 
children : 
I.  Gerrebrand, b. April 27, 1769!  bap.  the same day 
as a child of Christophel Jurrianse; m. Helena Kerck, Oct. 
11, 1790.  Issue: l. Johannis, b. July 19, 1791; 2.  Gerrit, 
 b.July 12,1801. 
II.  Adriaan, b. March 15, 1775. 
III. Jannetje,  m. Cornelius Jeraalman, Nov. 22, 1795. 
issue; 1. Jurry, b. Aug. 17, 1793; 2. Hendrick (Henry), m. 
Gerritje Van Blerkum (dau. of John Van Blerkum), Dec. 11, 
1813; 3. John, b. June 24, 1796; 4. Syntje, b. Sept. 3, 1800; 
5.Thomas, b. July 15, 1802. 

John-Abraham-Harmen-Juriaen Thomasse and LeaWinne 
id children:

I.  Elizabeth,  b.  Sept.  1,  1777; m.   Joost  Spier, near 
Fairfield. 
II. Antje, b. April 23, 1780; m. John Stymes, on the 
River road, near the present Riverside station of the New 
York, Lake Erie and Western Railroad, at Newark. 
III. Abraham, b. Sept. 15, 1782; m. Maria Spier (dau. 
of  John and Margaret Spier, at Belleville, in 1804. 
IV. Johannes, b. Sept 28, 1784; m. Maritje—, 
from Albany. She survived him. By deed, June 20, 1807, 
for $375, John A.  Van  Riper, of  the  township  of  Newark, 
bought from Abraham Berry and Catharine, his wife, of Ac- 
quackanonk, a tract of 11.61 acres on the west side of Third 
river, in the line of Harpan Van Riper’s land; this tract ” was 
derived from the estate of John Broadberry, deceased,” and 
as conveyed by John Berry of Acquackanonk, to Abraham. 
Berry, his son, of the same place, in March, 1806.(1)
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(1) Essex County Transcribed Deeds, B, 24, 149.
 


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V. Philip, b. June 16, 1787; m. Lea (Lydia) King, 
daughter of Abraham King ,(1) d. Aug. 20, 1851 ; she d. Dec. 
8, 1873, aged 83 years, 7 months, 6 days.   He was known as 
Philip I. Van Riper.(2) 
VI. Maria, b. Dec. 12, 1789; m. Jacob Berdan Van 
Riper, son of Jurrie Van Riper, at Upper Preakness, Dec. 
8, 1810; d. April 21, 1867. 
VII. Pietertje, b. April 4, 1792; m. John G. Van Riper, 
at Passaic. 
VIII. Neesje, b. Jan. 4, 1795; d. in inf. 
IX. Neesje, b. Feb. 21, 1797; m. Richard (Dirck) A. 
Post, Dec. 4, 1814. 
X. Margrietje, b. Dec. 6, 1799; prob. d. young. 

Philip-Abraham-Harmen-Juriaen Thomasse and Jannetje 
Sip had children:

I.  Abraham, b. May 14, 1789; d. in inf. 
II. Annatje,  b.  Aug. 22,  1790;  m.  John T. Gerre- 
brant (b. Jan. 3, 1800; d. Dec. 31, 1870), near the church 
at Stone House Plains;* she d. prior to Oct. 7, 1831. 
III. Abraham, b. June 7, 1795; m. Sophia (Fytje) Post, 
dau. of James I. Post; she was b. Oct. 19, 1800; he d. 
March 17, 1822.  Issne: l. Philip: 2. James. 
IV. Adriaan, b. Aug. 2, 1799; m. Polly Merselis, dau. 
of Garret Merselis, of Upper Preakness; Adriaan lived at 
Stone House Plains. 
V. Ellen Jane, m. 1st., Cornelius (son of Hartman) 
Van Houten; 2d,—–Kingsland. Issue: 1. John; 2. Eliza; 
3. Philip, m. —–, dau. of Henry Hartman Post, who at 
one time kept the Passaic Hotel; 4. a dau.; 5. Abraham. 


Uyldrick (Eldrick)
-Christophel-Harmen-Juriaen Thom- 
asse and Annacke Dooremus had children:

I.  Christophel,  b.  Feb.  7,  1780;  m-  Gertrude,  dau. 
of John Van Houten, Dec. 27, 1802; d. March 8, 1840, aged 
60 yrs., 1 mo.; she d. Aug. 3, 1860.  Issue: 1. Annatje, b. 
April l0, 1803; m. Mindert Vreeland, Nov. 24, 1836; 2. 
Nancy, b. July 23, 1804; m. Martin Tise, Dec. 24, 1829; 3. 
Henry, b. Sept 12, 1806; m. Catherine, dau. of Jacob Cub- 
berly; d.  April 14, 1849; 4- John, b.  July 22, 1808; d. 
unm.; 5. Thomas, b. Oct. 20, 1810; m. Nancy Parvine, 
Nov. 30, 1834; d.May 25, 1846; 6. .Alexander, b. Nov. 25, 
1812; m. Julia Ann Acker, Nov.  15,  1834; d. Dec. 29, 
1845; 7- Aletta, m. Thomas Wilkes, May 3, 1849; 8. Eliza- 
beth, b. Nov. 28, 1817; d. unm.; 9. Gertrude, b. Sept.  15, 
1820; m. Havens Tuttle, Oct. 6, 1836; l0. Jane, b. Dec. 28, 
1823. 
II. Aeltje, b. Oct. 8, 1783;  m. John E. Smith, March 
27, 1811; d. Oct. 5, 1851. 
III. Ariaantje (Adriana), b. Oct. 18, 1785; m. Philip 
R. Earle, March 6, 1812. 
IV. Johannes, b. Oct. 18, 1787; d. Sept. 3, 1836, unm. 
V. Gerret, b. Sept. 6, 1790; d. in inf. 
VI. Garret, b. Sept. l, 1793; m.  Hannah Evans, May 
28, 1817: she d. Oct. 9, 1824.   Issue:  I. Ann Elizabeth, 

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(1) Abraham King had a farm of thirty or forty acres about a mile 
north of Belleville, where be carried on the business of currier, tanner 
uui shoemaker,. 
(2) His will, dated June 30, 1851, proved Sept. 18, 1851, is recorded in 
Book A, 569, of Passaic County Wills. 
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b. Feb. 19,l818; 2.  Benjamin E., b. May 9, 1820; d. Oct. 
7,1820  3. Harriet E., b.  March 29,  1822. 
VII. Thomas,    m.     Rachel   Van   Winkle,    of    Acquackanonk; 
d. June 1,1849, aged 69 years. 

Thomas-Jacob-Harmen-Juriaen Thomasse and Maria Van 
Houten had children:

I.   Gerrit,   b.   Sept.   12,   1807,    m.  Hannah  Mason,  of 
Franklin; d. Aug., 1863.   In his early  life he engaged in 
Manufacture of bobbins, bedsteads, shingles, etc., at 
Paterson, with Samuel C. Ensign, on Market street, between 
Cross and Mill streets; later he superintended an extensive 
rope factory in Brooklyn, after which he located in Jersey 
City where he built rope machinery and manufactured Oak- 
um. He was the author of many inventions pertaining to 
this business, among them the fiver-head used in spinning 
rope and twine. 
II.   Sophia,  b.  Feb.  22,  1809;  d.  Sept.  13,  1834. 
III.   Cornelia,  b.  June 5,  1810;  m.  Isaac G.  Speakers,  of 
Paterson. 
IV.   Eleanor,   b.   Feb.   20,   1812;  m.   ist,  —  Brown. 
Ch. Sarah Maria, b. Feb. 1, 1832.  Eleanor  m. 2d, David 
Durrie,   who  was a  bobbin  manufacturer  in  Paterson, in  part- 
nership with Isaac Scull, the business subsequently passing 
into the hands of Daggers & Row. 
V.  Maria, b. Sept. 28, 1813; d. in inf. 
VI.  Jacob, b.  Aug.  l8,  1815;  d. in inf. 
VII Peter Van Houten, b. Sept. 12, 1817; m. Ann 
Brown, dau. of William Brown, of Paterson, Dec. 25, 1839; 
d. Oct. 13, 1869; she d. June 19, 1874.   He succeeded to his 
fathers business as bobbin manufacturer, to which he add- 
ed that of  leather  belting, which  he carried on, constantly 
increasing its scope, until his death.  He was an energetic, 
succesful business man, and in private life was highly es- 
teemed. 
VIII.  Catharine  Maria,  b.  July 3,  1319;   m.  Henry Jaco- 
bus ,of  Cedar Grove.  Children ; I. Thomas ; 2. William ; 
3. Cornelius. 
IX.  John, b. Nov.  13, 1820; prob. d. in inf. 
X.  ElizAnn,a  b. Dec. 7, 1821; prob. d. in inf. 
XI.  Esther, b. Dec.  10,  1825;  m. Rem  D. Snedeker, of 
Brooklyn, Jan. 6, 1850; d. at Brooklyn, 1894; he d. Aug. 3, 
1854. Children: 1. Phoebe Maria, b. Oct. 18, 1851; 2. Do- 
Dominicus,  b. June 30,  1853;  3. John F., b.  Feb. 24,  1856. 
XII.  Thomas  Henry,  b.  Dec.  17,  1828;  m.  Sarah Bos- 
wood, Currituck Court House, North Carolina.   He sub- 
sequently engaged in the manufacture of bobbins at New- 
tonville, Newton county, Georgia, where he had a large four- 
story building, and employed a great many hands.   During 
or after  Sherman’s raid, be removed to Augusta, Ga.,  and 
built another large mill.  He subsequently returned to Pat- 
erson ,where he died, Nov. 11, 1882.  He had but one child, 
Mortimer Boswood, b. Sept. 17, 1852; m. Elizabeth Rich- 
ards Oct., 1873.   Issue:  1. Jennie C., b. Sept. 9, 1874; 2. 
William Mortimer, b. March 30, 1876. 
XIII    Henry,  b.  April  29,   1830;   prob.  d.  in  inf. 

Johannis-Thomas-Harmen-Juriaen Thomasse had child- 
ren:(1)
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By his first wife: 
I.  Thomas, m. Magdalen, dau. of John Berry;  in 1820 
he lived in Bloomfield township.(1) 
II. John, m. Mary —. 
III. Marritje, m. John A. Van Wagoner. 
IV. Jane, m. Arie Kierstead, jun.,  Jan. l7, 1793. 
By his second wife, Jannetje Van Noorstrand; 
V. Saartje (Sarah), b. May 30, 1788. 

Sixth Generation

Yurrie-Dirck–Jurjaen–Thomas-Juriaen Thomasse and 
Maria Berdan had children:

I. Jacob, b. Jan. 3, 1789; m. Maria, dau. of John 
Van Riper and Lea Winne, December 8, 1810; d. De-
cember 1, 1856. He lived on his father’s farm at Upper 
preakness. He wrote his name Jacob B. Van Riper- Ch.: 
1. Juriah, b. Sept. 27. 1812; m. Anna, b. Nov. 5. 1818. dau. 
of Richard I. Banta and Salome Goetschius, March 17, 
1836; d. Feb. 19, 1879; she d. Feb. 5. 1892. He was 
called Uriah J. Van Riper, and was a well-known farmer, at 
Upper Preakness, on his ancestral acres; 2. Leah Ann, b. 
June 16, 1816; d. Sept. 7, 1821; 3. Leah Ann, b. March 25, 
1831; m. Cornelius Kip; 4. Mary Elizabeth, b. June 16, 
1834; m. Nicholas Joralemon; d. Oct. 27, 1884; he d. Nov. 
4, 1881. Uriah J. Van Riper and Anna Banta had issue :
i. Jacob, b. March 11, 1838; d. Nov. 9, 1840. 
ii. John Jacob, b. Oct. 18, 1841; d. Oct. 3, 1848.
iii. Richard, b. June 10, 1846; d. Oct. 11, 1848.
iv. Mary Anna, b. Jan. 23, 1849; m. Andrew P. Hopper, 
of Small Lots (Fairlawn), Bergen county, Oct. 9, 1872. Is- 
sue: 1. Uriah Van Riper, b. Sept. 19, 1873; 2. Henry A., b. 
March 28, 1875; 3. Ann Eliza, b. Aug. 15, 1877; 4. Isaac 
A., b. Sept. 1, 1880; 5. Washington Irving, b. June 3, 1884; 
6. Mary Van Riper, b. Feb. 11, 1886 ; 7. Preston, b. Nov.
1, 1887; d. Aug. I, 1888; 8. Helen Ackerman, b. Jan. 15, 
1890.
v. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Jan. 23, 1857; m. Cornelius.Hen-
ry-Cornelius-Hendrick–Hendrick–Hendrick-Frans–Adrian 
Post, Oct. 25, 1877. Ch., Marietta Joralemon, b. Aug. 27, 
1878.
II. Elizabeth, m. Peter Dewitt.

Jacob-Dirck-Jurjaen-Thomas-Juriaen Thomasse and Mar-
ritje Vreeland had children:

I. Gerritje, b. Nov. 27, 1793; d. in inf.
II. Gerretye, b. April 25, 1797.
III. Elesabeth, b. Aug. 31, 1799.
IV. Richard (Dirck), who removed to New York and 
engaged in business there as a car-man, or carter. Issue:
I. Jacob; 2. James.

Johannes Dirck-Jurjaen-Thomas-Juriaen Thomasse had 
children :

By his first wife, Catharina :
I. Henry, m. Maria, dau. of Cornelius Dorernus, who 
lived in the brick-front house opposite Cedar Lawn Ceme-
tery; Henry went West with his father-in-Iaw.
By his second wife, Geertje Dooremus:
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II. Antje, b. April 17, 1799; m. Gerrit-Adrian Van 
Riper, of the Wesel road, March 25, 1820.
III. Peter, m. 1st, Dec. 1828, Maria, dau. Of Ste-
phen Vreeland. at Bergen; 2d, a dau. of Tunis Spear, a 
shoemaker On the Wesel road, just south of Crooks avenue. 
IV. Peggy, m. 1st, Isaac Vreeland, in Vreeland avenue; 
2d, Isaac Kip, of Totowa, who went to Western New York 
with his father’s family.
V. Elizabeth, m. Nicholas Vreeland, at Bergen.
VI. John, m. Sally Spier, who lived with her aunt, 
Mrs. Marytje Sip, near Richfield. John went West about 
a year after his father, or about 1835-6.
VII. Mary Ann (Polly), b. May 10. 1810; m. Theodore- 
Cornelius Post, of Slooterdam; d. Jan. 12, 1890.
VIII. Emeline, m. 1st, Gerrit Van Riper, son of Joris 
(George) Van Riper, near the Bergen county or eastern end 
of the Wesel bridge; Gerrit was a farmer, and lived in the 
brick-front house near the western bank of the Passaic river, 
opposite Cedar Lawn Cemetery; 2d. Cornelius B. Schoon-
maker, a carpenter; d. April 12, 1890, at No. 62 Park ave-
nue, and was interred at Waterloo, N.Y..
IX. Gerrit, m. In Western New York. after the family 
had removed thither.
X. Simon, b. July 10, 1816; m.. an Eastern girl; lived 
on his father’s farm, between Waterloo and Geneva, N. Y. ; 
he revisited Paterson in the winter of 1893-4

Richard ( “Dickie”)—Direk—Jurjaen—Thomas—Juriaen 
Thomasse and Elizabeth Van Orden had children:

I.  Richard, b. July aa, 1802; d. in inf. 
II. Martha,  b.  Oct.  21,  1804;  m.  Peter Perrine, a 
farmer at Upper Preakness.  Children: 
i.   Elizabeth  Jane,   m.    Daniel   Ackerman,   from   the 
Wyckoff neighborhood; d. Dec., 1856.  Ch., Ira, d. unm. 
ii.   Rachel,  m.  Andrew Van Riper,  son of her mother’s 
brother Andrew. 
iii.  Catharina,  b.  Sept.  4,  1837;   m.   Gerrit  Planten, 
March 4, 1857; d. Aug. 25, 1882; he m. 2d, Elizabeth Jane 
Chasmer, Feb. 24, 1885.  Gerrit Planten was b. June 26, 
1834, at Amsterdam, Holland, son of Hermanns Planten (b. 
at Amsterdam, Dec. 28, 1795, son of Gerrit) and Petronella 
Rutgina.  He came to America with his parents in 1846, 
spent three years in Columbia grammar school, New York, 
and three years more in the agricultural college at Gronin- 
gen, Holland.  In 1853 he returned to New York, and in 
1854 took up his residence in Passaic county, where he has 
been for 40 years an honored and useful citizen.  In 1859 he 
engaged in the manufacture of varnishes, and later was 
connected with his brother, John Rulgert Planten (for many 
years Consul of the New Netherlands, in New York), in the 
manufacture of drugs.  For some years past he has been 
interested in Paterson industries.   He lives on a handsome 
place near Haledon, and owns considerable property in Pat- 
erson.  As a successful business man, of superior intelli- 
gence, he has been frequently called upon by his fellow-cit- 
izens of Manchester township to fill various offices—as as- 
sessor and collector, school trustee, and Chosen Freehold- 
er, 1871, 1882-87 ; he was Director (presiding officer) of the 
Board of Chosen Freeholders of the county, 1884-87, per-



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forming the duties of that important office with marked abil- 
ity, and with the utmost fidelity to the public interest?.   In 
1886 he carried through the Board a project by which the 
county acquired the greater part of Colt’s Hill (90 city lots, 
and the extensive buildings) for court house purposes, for 
$115,000 ; but he was in advance of the times ; the action 
was criticised, and the bargain was relinquished. Five years 
later the county paid $70,000 for 20 lots on the same site, 
and the people who questioned Mr. Planten’s judgment in 
1886, regretted that his plan had not then been fully consum- 
mated.  Issue: 1. Herman, b. June l, l858; m. Matilda, 
dau. of James McNab, of Paterson, Oct. 12, 1881; 2. Mar- 
tha Ann, b. Aug. 13, 1859 ; 3. Peter, b. Jan. 19, 1862 ; m. 
Azelle Elder, of Bangor, Me., Feb. 12, 1894; 4. Petronella 
Rutgina, b. Jan. 8, 1864; m. Henry D. Withers, a prominent 
physician of Paterson, Sept. —, 1885; 5. Rachel, b. Feb. 
12, 1867; d. March l, 1873; 6. Ida; 7. Edward Sylvester, b. 
May 18,1878. 
iv.  Richard, m.  Sophia Berry.   He was a First Lieu- 
tenant in Serrell’s Engineers, in the Union army, and d. at 
Hilton Head, S. C., Feb., 1862, without issue. 
III. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 13, 1806; m. Thomas Blake, Oct. 
12, 1823.   He was a butcher, who lived at the southwest 
corner of Hamilton avenue and Washington street, in a 
frame house which was torn down in 1893.  He went to 
Georgia, and there fell a victim to the cholera in 1832. 
Children: l. James Henry; 2. Richard; 3. Elizabeth; 4. 
Alexander; 5. John William; 6. Thomas. 
IV. Andrew, b. April 15, 1809; m. Bridget Hennion, 
from the Ramapo Valley, March 28, 1832; d. April, 1886. 
Children: 
i.  Richard, b.  March  19, 1834;  m. 1st, Margaret Som- 
erville; 2d, Julia Redner.  Issue: by his first wife—1. Mary; 
2.  Emma:  by his second wife—3.  Louisa;  4.  Andrew;  5. 
Ellen; 6. Richard; 7. Alexander; 8. Frank; 9. Frederick; 
10. George;  11. Julia; 12. Rosa; 13 and 14. Twins, who d. 
in a few days. 
ii.  Andrew, b.  Dec. 25,  1836;  m. Rachel Perrine, dau. 
of Peter Perrine; he lived on the Perrine place, on the 
former Hamburgh turnpike, at Upper Preakness, and d. 
Sept 17, 1882, being accidentally asphyxiated by gas, in the 
old Passaic Hotel.  Issue: 1. Elisabeth; 2. Peter; 3. Gerrit 
Planten; 4. Catharine; 5· Richard; 6. Margaret; 7. Annie; 
8. Bertha. 
iii. Elizabeth Jane, b. Nov. 25, 1837; m. Martin My- 
ers.   Issue: l. Jennie; 2. Tillie; 3. John; 4. Raymond; 5. 
Jacob; 6. Cornelius; 7. Angeline; 8. Lena; 9. Mamie. 
iv.  Sarah Matilda, b. Sept. 9, 1839; d. unm., young. 
v.  Martin Raymond, b. May 5, 1845. 
vi.  Thomas Henry, b. Aug. 14, 1846; d. Aug. 8, 1847. 
vii. John Henry,  b.  Oct.  10,  1850;  m.  Emily Roome 
(b. May 23, l853); killed at the Clay street crossing (Pater- 
son) of the Erie Railway, Oct 19, 1892.  Issue: l. Percy R., 
b. July 13, 1874; 2. Arthur E., b. Jan. 11, 1879; 3. Martin 
L., b. Feb. 27, 1888. 
V.,  Richard  b. Oct. 21, 1810. 
VI. A dau., b. Feb. 7, 1812; d. when but nine days old, 
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VII. Jane, b. Jan. 14, 1813; m. Moses Roat, as his sec- 
ond wife.  Children: l. Richard; 2. Elizabeth, m. Henry 
Bennett (a noted scout in the war, known as ” Dead Shot 
Scott”; he d. March 29, 1894; aged 56yrs.), 3. John; 4. Ra- 
chel. 
VIII. Margaret (Peggy), b. July 7, 1817; m. Willliam 
Oakley Roat (son of Moses Roat, husband of her sister 
Jane); she d. about 1870 ; William Oakley Roat was b. at 
Montgomery, Orange county, N. Y., but for nearly half a 
century lived at Upper Preakness, Wayne township, where 
he held the office of Justice of the Peace for many years ; 
he d. suddenly, Oct. 26, 1894, aged 75 yrs., — mos.  Issue; 
l. Richard;  2. Andrew D.;  3. Elizabeth; 4. Henry;  5. Nel- 
son D.; 6. Charity; 7. Ira; 8. Charles; 9. George. 

Adrian-Johannes-Jan-Thomas-Juriaen Thomasse and 
Cathelyntje Spier had children :

I.  John, b. Feb. 12, 1793;  d. in inf. 
II. Hendrick (Henry), b. .Sept. 8, 1795;  m. Jacemine- 
(dau. of Jurrie-Christophel) Van Riper, of the Bogt, Dec. 5, 
1813; removed to Flat Rock,Mich., where he d.  Issue: l. 
Catharina, b. May 9, 1814; 2. Eliza, b. Feb. 29, 1815. 
III. Gerrit, b. Jan. 25, 1798;  m. Antye, dau. of John 
Van Riper, of the Wesel road, March 25, 1820; removed to 
Waterloo, N. Y., where he d..  Issue: 
i.   John,  b.  at Waterloo,  N.  Y.,   Aug.  14,  1821;  he re- 
turned to Paterson some years ago, and resides with his sis- 
ter, Mrs. Christie, at No 62 Park avenue* ;  is unm ;  he is 
called John G. Van Riper. 
ii.  Adrian  G.  b.Feb.  17,  1823;  he  was  a miller by 
trade; went to Santiago, Chili, to superintend a mill; m. a 
Chilian lady; he met his death by being thrown from a 
horse.  He left four children. 
iii.  Peter            }  Triplets, b. Nov.  10, 1824;  they grew 
iv.  Richard H. {    to manhood,  all  three being men 
v.  Henry          } of  splendid physique, exactly the 
same in height-six feet-and so alike in appearance as 
scarcely to be distinguished apart; in their infancy, their own 
mother put different colored bead necklaces on the children, 
in order that she might not “mix those babies up.”  Henry 
d. Jan. 3,1863. 
vi.  Gitty Ann *, b. April 19, 1827 ;  m. Cornelius Chris- 
tie, of Paterson;  he d. Feb. 22, 1867.   Issue:  Anna, m. 
Thomas Cashman. Children: 1. Anna; 2. Garret A. Van 
Riper, d. in int.; 3. John G. Van Riper; 4. Ysabele, named 
after her Chilian aunt. 
vii.  Caroline Elizabeth, b. Oct 22, 1835; m. Lot Cook, 
of Waterloo, N. Y. 
IV. Johannes, b. Aug. 6, 1800; d. in inf. 
V. Johannis, b. May 8, 1802; m. Nancy Wyckoff, in 
New York State; removed to Flat Rock, Mich., where he d. 
VI. Uriah, b. Aug. 20, 1804; he was feeble-minded, and 
d. young, unm. 
VII. Catharina, b. April 8, 1807; m. Enoch Chamber- 
lain, and d. at Flat Rock, Mich. 
VIII. Adrian, b. July 18, 1810; m. Eliza Lamb, from 
Michigan, whither he removed and d. at Flat Rock.  It is 
said that the town of Adrian, Mich., was named after this, 
Adrian Van Riper. 

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* In the 1873 Paterson city directory John G. Van Riper, 
machinist, and Gitty A. Christy, widow of Cornelius, 
home at 62 Willis St.



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IX. Jacob, b. May 10, 1814; he was a carpenter by 
trade; d. young, unm. 

Jurrie-Simon-lsaac-Thomas-Juriaen Thomasse had child- 
ren: 
By his first wife, Antje Vreeland:

I.  Simeon,  b.  Dec.  2,   1789;  m.  Geertje Zabriskie, 
Nov. 17, 1818.  His will, dated Aug. 27, 1855, was proved 
May 11, 1859(1).  His homestead farm lay on the north side 
of the road leading from the Wesel bridge to Hackensack, 
his house being at the river’s edge, near the present Sus- 
quehanna railroad track.  The will of Gitty Van Riper, 
dated July 31, 1857, was proved Aug. 17, 1857(2). By these 
wills, and also by deed dated August 30, 1855, Simeon Van 
Riper and Gitty, his wife, gave to their daughter Rachel the 
above named homestead farm of 85 acres, lying north of 
George (Joris) Van Riper.   Issue: 
i.  Antje Vreeland, b.  Feb.  11,  1814;  m. Jacob G. Van 
Houten, near Hackensack.  Children: i. Gertrude, m. Pe- 
ter Ackerman; 2. Rachel Ann, m. John Demarest. 
ii.  Rachel, b.  March 16,  1817;  m.  Richard Alyea;  d. 
May 23, 1872; he d. April 20, 1873. Children: i. Jane, m. 
George Banta, of Slooterdam, afterwards of Passaic; d. Jan. 
20, 1889; he d. Dec. 9, 1891.  (Issue: (a) Rachel Jane, m. 
Rosevelt Van Buskirk; d. April -, 1893; (b) Gertrude, m. 
Peter Alyea; (c) Margaret, m. ist, Richard Van Wagoner, 
who d. 1889; 2nd, Robert Oldfield, 1892.) 2. Gertrude Ann, 
m. Wallingson Van Houten; 3. Simeon Van Riper, m. Ger- 
trude, daughter of Jacob G. Van Riper, of Rutherford; he 
d. July 3, 1879; she d. Feb. 21, 1878; 4. Elizabeth Sarah, 
m. Aaron V. H. Ryerson ; 5. Alvina, m. Charles A. Mill- 
ington; 6. David P., d. Dec. 25, 1889. 
iii.  Jane, b.  June 30,  1823; d. young. 
II.  Nicholas,  b.  Jan.  27,  1792; m.  Maria  Paulusse. 
Issue: 1. Antje, b. Aug. 12, 1814; m. Peter Alyea, of Cen- 
terville; ch., John, m. Matilda, dau. of Edward Van Hou- 
ten, of Riverside; 2. John, m. Eliza Alyea; (ch., i. Maria, 
b. Feb. 4, 1837;  2.  Elizabeth, b. Nov. 14, 1849; m. —— 
Yereance; 4- Sarah, m. Cornelius Vreeland, and d. on the 
old Van Riper place recently) ; John had a distillery on the 
east side of the  Passaic  river, about half  way between 
the Wesel and  Broadway bridges, which was the most 
extensive and complete in this neighborhood; it was be- 
cause of this distillery that he was known far and wide as 
“Whiskey John”; 3. Jeremiah, b. July 3, 1823; m. Jane, 
dau. of Henry I. Van Blarcom; d. about 1860. 
III. Stephen, b. July 20, 1793; m. Sophia (b. Dec. 17, 
1800, dau. of Garret and Helena) Van Wagoner; d. Feb. 
11,  1870; she d. Dec.  16,  1868.   Issue: 1. Jerry, b. Nov. 
8,  1820; 2.  Ellen (Ellen Jane), b. Jan.  7,  1823; m.  Nich- 
olas-Stephen Vreeland, Oct. l, 1840; 3. Rachel Ann, b. 
April 17, 1826; m. John Banta (b. Jan. 27,  1821, son of 
Richard 1. Banta and Salome Goetschius, wid. of Johannes 
A. Post); she d. Jan. 14, 18$ l; he m. 2d, Mary Ann Cad- 
mus; d. March 27, 1857; 4. Stephen, b. Nov. 3, 1828; m. 
Jane Zabriskie, of Arcola, N. J.; 3. Garret, b. Sept 28, 
_____

(1) Bergen County Wills, G, 692 
(2) Bergen County Wills, H, 1. 



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1832; d. in inf.; 6. Benjamin, b. May 30, 1835; d. in inf.; 
7.  Cornelius, b. Nov.  22, 1837; spent two years in Rutgers 
College, studied medicine with Dr. A. W. Rogers, in Pater- 
son, graduated in 1859 from the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, in New York, and has been one of the leading 
physicians of Paterson for many years; m. Sarah C. Hop- 
per, of Bergen county, June l, 1859; 8. Nicholas, b. Dec. 
1, 1840;  9.  Catharine Sophia, m. Jacob Ackerman. 
IV. Antje, b. Jan. 26, 1796; d. in inf. 
By his second wife, Rachel Meedt: 
V. Antje, b. Dec. 19, 1802. 
VI. Jenneke, b. Dec. 15, 1803. 

Casparus-Marynis-lsaac-Thomas-Juriaen Thomasse and 
Antje Ackerman had children: 
I.  Catharina, b. Jan. 24, 1790. 
II. Laurence, b. May 26, 1795. 
III. Annaatje, b. June 27, 1797. 
IV. Marynus,{b.Sept.4,1801twins– 
V. Rachel,  { b. Sept. 4, 1801.  Marynus had a grist- 
mill on the Goffle brook; it was turned into a cotton mill, 
and again into a grist-mill, which was operated by Andrew 
Snyder at one time.  By deed April 3, 1830, for $200, Ma- 
rinus Van Riper and Rachel, his wife, of Paterson, conveyed 
to Cornelius Benson, of  Saddle River, a tract of land at the 
Goffle,  adjoining Simeon Van Winkle and John Myers, 
which had been conveyed to Van Riper by William Van Ro- 
den and Gitty his wife, of New York city.(1) 
VI. Laurence, b. June 13, 1804. 

Isaac-Marynis-Isaac-Thomas-Juriaen Thomasse and Ma- 
ria Stagg had children: 
I.  Isaac, b. April 28, 1804. 
II.  Marian, b. Aug. 6, 1805. 
IV. Cornelius, b. June 21, 1807. 
(no three listed in book) 

Jacobus-Harpert-Jacob-Thomas-Juriaen Thomasse and 
Aaltje Vreeland had children: 
I.  Johannes, b. Aug. 11, 1789. 
II. Margrietje, b. July 4, 1793. 
III. Annaatje, b. Oct. 2, 1797. 
IV. John, b. Feb. 7, 1802. 
(l) Bergen County Transcribed Deeds, U, 470. 
(to be continued) Page 175b contd’

Joris (George)-Garret-Juriaen~Gerrit-Juriaen Thomasse 
and Clarissa Vreeland had children;

I.  Garret,  b.  Oct.  16,  1815;  m. 1st,  Martha Maria, 
dau. of Martin Romaine, of Rochelle Park, Bergen county; 
2d, about 1855 or 1856, Emeline, dau. of John Van Riper, 
on the Wesel road.  Garret lived in the brick-front house 
on the west bank of the Passaic river, opposite Cedar Lawn 
Cemetery, and had a farm of 60 or 80 acres, extending from 
the river westwardly to the Erie railroad, now occupied by 
the cemetery and Lake View; this farm was given to him 
when he was married, by his father.  He d. July 20, 1864. 
His wid. m. 2d, Cornelius B. Schoonmaker, of Paterson; on 
her death, April 14, 1890, her remains were taken for inter- 
ment to where her father was buried, near Waterloo, N. Y. 
Garret had issue by his first wife only : l. George, d. June 
8, 1844; 2. Daniel Romaine, an artist, in Paterson; 3. Leti-
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tia, d. in inf.; 4. Richard, m. Charlotte, dau. of John Span- 
ton, of Paterson, formerly of Utica, N. Y. 
II. Jane, b. Oct. 9, 1817; m. Garret Newkirk (b. Sept. 
28, 1812), of Bergen, Nov. 5, 1840; d. Oct. 20, 1891; she d. 
Feb. 26, 1872.  Ch., George, b. Sept. 16, 1844; m. Catha- 
rine, dau. of George Seebach. 
III Cornelius, b. Nov. 6, 1819; m. Catharine Jane 
Merselis, dau. of Edo Merselis, of Willis street, near Madi- 
son avenue; d. June 3, 1877; she d. Nov. 14, 1875, aged 50 
yrs., 7 mos., 26 days.   Issue:  I. Edwin, d. Feb. 25, 1847; 
2. Hiley, d.June 12, 1850. 
IV. Helen, b. Oct. 5, 1821; unm. 
V. John, b. Jan. 7, 1824; m. Maria Ann, dau. of Lu- 
cas Romaine and Elizabeth Vreeland;(1) d. Jan. 14, 1883. 
He was known as John G. Van Riper ; his father bought 
him a farm when he was married, on the north side of Gar- 
rison’s lane,  opposite the eastern end of  the Broadway 
bridge, and there he lived; but for many years prior to his 
death he carried on a furniture store in New York.  Issue : 
1. Georgiana;  2.  Romaine Vreeland, b. Sept. 11, I853 ;  m. 
Etta Jenks, of Paterson ; d. Oct. 2, 1891; 3- Louis Phillip, 
b. Dec. 6,1855. 
VI. Hartman Vreeland, b. June 16, 1827; m. Jane, dau. 
of Lawrence Ackerman. 
VII George, b. Oct. 3, 1829;  m. Catharine, dau. of 
Henry Kip, of Rutherford. 
VIII. Eliza Ann, b. July 2, 1833; unm. 
IX. Henry, b. Aug. 5, 1835; m, Ellen Matilda Allen, 
dau. of Robert Allen, of Nyack.  On his marriage, Henry’s 
father bought him a farm in Bergen county near the pres- 
ent East Thirty-third street bridge.  His wife was mainly 
instrumental in establishing the Passaic Valley Union Sun- 
day school, gathering the children at her house on Sundays 
for four years before the chapel was built. 
X. Clarissa, b. Oct. 4, 1840; d. Sept. 3, 1841. 

Cornelis-Daniel-Cornelius-Gerrit-Juriaen Thomasse had 
children:

By his first wife, Elizabeth Vreeland: 
I.  Daniel, b. March 7, 1788; m. Elizabeth Van Ripen 
(b. July 13,  1785;  dau. of Gerrit-Johannis-Gerrit-Juriaen 
Thomasse), Sept. 18, 1811; d. July 1, 1873.  Issue: i. 
Elizabeth Ann, b. April 3, 1822; d. Sept. 3, 1824; 2. Gar- 
ret D., b. Jan. 27, 1826; m. Caroline, dau. of Peter C. 
Westervelt, of T’ Neck, Bergen county; he writes his name 
Garret D. Van Reypen; he has been elected Mayor of Ber- 
gen, and in various other ways his fellow-citizens have at- 
tested the honor and esteem in which they hold him.

By his second wife, Vrouwetje Gerritse: 
II. Gerrebrant, b. Jan. 8,  1793; m,  Hannah, dau. of 
John and sister of Brant Van Blarcom, July 2, 1814.  Issue: 
i.  Elizabeth, b.  Aug.  28, 1815; m. John Vreeland, of  Ber- 
gen; 2. Anna, b. Oct. 8, 1817;  m. Henry-Richard Van 
Houten; 3. Letty, b. May 14, 1820; m. John Schoonmaker,(2) 
_____

(1) See p. 121.
(2)  Children of Letty Van Riper and John Schoonmaker: 1. Hannah, 
b. Oct.  5, 1839 ; 2. Euphemia, b. Nov. 29, 1842; 3. Isaac, b. July 10, 
1844: 5. Lydia Ann, b, July 6, 1847. 



Page 176b

who for many years had a blacksmith shop in Washington 
street;  4. Cornelius, b. Aug. 22, 1819; m. Mary Ann Ryder, 
of New York; he was a clerk in New York; afterwards went 
to California; 5· John Henry, b. April 13, 1825; d. in in- 
fancy; 6. John, b. Aug. 4, 1828; he was a deaf mute; was 
educated in an asylum for the deaf and dumb, in New 
York, and married one of his fellow-pupils; d. about 1880. 
Gerrebrant lived on a farm on the east side of the Passaic 
river, and on the north side of the road leading from the 
Broad way bridge to Hackensack.  This farm (113.02 acres) 
and one adjoining (53 acres), formerly the property of his 
grandfather, Gerrebrant Gerritse, he sold by deed May 2, 
1833, to Brant Van Blarcom, for $8,200,(1) taking in exchange 
a plot on the northwest corner of Broadway and Washington 
(the deed erroneously says Fair) street, 45×120 feet.  For 
prudential reasons, the deed for the latter property was 
given by Brant Van Blarcom to Cornelius Van Riper, in 
trust for  the  maintenance  of  his  son  Gerrebrant,  for 
life,  and  then  to be conveyed to Gerrebrant’s children. (2) 
This transaction turned out better for the Van Ripers than 
for Brant Van Blarcom. 
III. Elizabeth, b. April 9, 1794; m, Stephen Vreeland, 
of Bergen, Oct. 14, 1817; d. Dec. 17, 1827.  She was the 
second of his six wives.  Issue: 1. Nicholas, b. Nov. 21, 
1818; m. Ellen Jane, dau. of Stephen Van Riper, Oct. 1, 
1840; 2. Fanny G., b. Feb. 27, 1821:3. Janet, b. Sept. 2, 
1823; d. Sept. il, 1823; 4- Stephen B., b. Dec. 21, 1824; 
m. Mary, dau. of Merselis J. Merselis, Dec. 25, 1845; 5. 
Helen, b. Aug. 11, 1826; d. Sept. —, 1826. 
IV, Garret, b. July 20, 1797; m, Eliza, dau. of Isaac 
Van Wart, April 28, 1819.  Issue: J. Frances, b, Oct. 3, 
1820; m. James Van Buskirk, May 18, 1839; 2, Henry, b. 
Aug. 4, 1823; m. Sarah C. Van Buskirk, June l, 1846; d. 
Jan. 16, 1860; 3. Cornelius, b. May 27, 1833; m. Mary A., 
dau. of William Dickinson, Jan. l, 1853; 4. Isaac Z., b. 
Nov. 30, 1836; m. Lucy, dau. of William Dickinson, in 
1856; d. Nov. —, 1868. 
V. Helena, b. Sept. 24, 1799; m. Peter Van Winkle, 
May 22, 1820; d. in New York, March —, 1891 ; he was a 
son of Theodore Van Winkle(3) and Hannah —, and was 
b. Aug. 21, 1801, at Peck-hoek, near Lodi, Bergen county; 
he spent many years in mercantile pursuits in New York, 
then came to Paterson and bought(4) the old stone house near 
Market and East Thirty-eighth streets, which he subse- 
quently sold to Peter A. Van Houten; he d, July 16, 1871, 
at the residence of his dau., Mrs. Abram R. Stagg, at Riv-
_____
(1) Bergen County Transcribed Deeds, U, 549. 
(2) Essex County Transcribed Deeds, I, 520. 
(3) Theodore Van Winkle (prob. son of Tades-Arie-Simon Jacobse) 
was b. Aug. 26, 1761; d. June 1, 1809; his wife was b. May 8, 1763 ; d. 
June 19,1817.  Issue: 1. Elizabeth, b, Sept. 17, 1783; 2. Theodore, b. 
March 25, 1785; d. young; 3. Caty, b. May 21, 1787; m.—Van 
Eydestyn ; 4. Jane, b. May 1, 1789; 5. Rachel, b. Oct. 8, 1791 ; m. ist, 
Thomas Van Ripen: he d. June 21, 1849: 2nd, Stephen Vreeland (his 
fifth wife), and d. a week later, Jan. 29,1851 : 6. Hannah (Annaatje), b. 
March 8, 1794; m. 1st. — Romaine; 2d, —; 3d, the Rev. Mr. 
Demarest, of Waverley Place, N. Y.; 7. Tina, b. Sept. 30, 1796; m. 
—— Van Winkle; 8. Peter, b. Aug. 31,1801. 
(4) July 31, 1851.  See p. 131. 


Page 177a

erside.   Issue: l. Cornelius Van Riper, b. Aug. 1l, 1821; 
m. Martha Demarest; d. Sept. 3, 1894; she d. in 1893; 
2.  Ann  Eliza,  b.  Dec.  2,  1823;    d.  suddenly  in  New 
York, Aug. 16, l859, unm.,  3. Thomas Van Riper, b. 
May 12, 1826; m. Maria Devoe; d. Dec. 28, 1862, 4. 
Theodore, b. Jan. 20, 1829, d. Aug. 24, 1830; 5. Fanny 
Garrison, b. Jan. 12, 1832; m. Albert Z. Bogert, of Bogota, 
Bergen county; 6. Catharine Jane, b. Oct. l5, 1834 m. 
Abram R. Stagg; d. Jan. 14, 1860; 7. Letitia, b. June 30, 
1837; m, Abram R. Stagg; 8. Theodore, b. Oct. 23, 1839; 
m. Catherine E. Kip, of New York, dau. of James (son of 
Albert) Kip, formerly of Paramus, Bergen county. 
VI. Derrick (Richard), b. May 22, 1803; m. Margaret, 
dau. of Thomas Cadmus (who lived on the east side of the 
Passaic river, just south of the Wesel bridge), Oct. l5, 1825; 
d. June 9, 1842; she d. Oct. 19, 1874.  Derrick was a wheel- 
wright by trade, and in his early days carried on his business 
in a shop on the north side of Broad way, between Washing- 
ton and Church streets; he afterwards lived on the Notch 
road, his farm being of late years known as the Bannigan 
place.  Issue: 
i.  Margaret,  m.   ist,   Merselis   Doremus,   of  Centre- 
ville; 2. Cornelius I. Merselis, son of John Merselis, of the 
Wesel road; he d. 1894. 
ii.  Elizabeth, m. John-Pieter-Hartman-Hendrick-Hen- 
drik-Frans-Adrian Post(1) he was a carpenter at South Pat- 
erson. 
iii.  Thomas  Cadmus, m.  Caroline,  dau.   of  Peter  G. 
Speer, on the Notch road, Montclair Heights.  Issue: i. 
Peter Speer, m. Ella, dau. of Cornelius Van Houten, near 
Brookdale; 2. Margaret, m. Garret H. Kinter, son of John 
Kinter, near Peru. 
iv.  Cornelius,  m.  Mary,  dau.  of John Garrison,  who 
lived on the old Garret H. Demarest place, now part of 
Cedar Lawn Cemetery.  Issue: i. Richard, d. at the age of 
17 years; 2. Jennie, m. John Van Iderstine; he lived at Wal- 
lington. 
v.  Helen Ann, m. Cornelius McCleece, son of John J. 
McCleece, of Delawanna. 
vi.  Caroline, m.  Dr. William James Cadmus, of Pas- 
saic, son of Cornelius Cadmus and Delilah De Witt, of Sloot- 
erdam;(2) he now (1895) lives in Church street, Paterson, 
but practises his profession and has a drug-store, at Jersey 
City. 
VII. John, b. May 4, 1811; d. May 14, 1829. 
VIII. Cornelius, b. April 8, 1813; m, ist, Catharine Van 
Horn, May 5, 1832; 2d, Christina C., dau. of Evert Van 
Alen, Aug. 27, 1835.  Cornelius lives at Jersey City.  He 
has six children. 
_____

(1) See p. 149. 
(2) See p. 170. 


Pages 177b, 178a, 178b

Gerrit-Gerrit-Juriaen-Aelt-Juriaen Thomasse and  Lea 
Simmons had children:

        Peter Simmon’s genealogy: see appendix

I.  Gerret, b. Sept. 4, 1777. 
II.  Pieter, h. Sept. 4, 1779. 
III. Rachel, b. Oct. 16, 1785. 
IV. Maragrietje, b. Oct. 8, I789 
V. Polly, b. Jan. 11, 1793. 

Jacobus-Gerrit-Juriaen-Aelt-Juriaen Thomasse and Jan- 
netje Van Winkle had children:

I.  Gerrit,  b.  Nov.  12, 1793; m,  —  Outwater,  at 
Moenachie.

II. Geertje (Gitty),  b.  Sept.  3,  1795; m,  Brant Van 
Blarcom, April 6, 1817; d. March 5, I859; he d. June 3, 
1865.  Some account of her descendants will be found in 
the Van Blarcom Genealogy.

III. Elsje, b. Sept. 8, 1797; m, Edo E. Merselis, who 
lived in a stone house on the Little Falls road, near the Lin- 
coln bridge; she d. Feb. 3, 1828.  He owned property in 
various parts of the county, including a grist-mill on the 
Goffle brook, just above Rea avenue, North Paterson.  His 

will, dated June 7, 1851, proved June 13, 1853, devised his 
lands to his two sons. (1)  Issue; l. Edo, b. Nov. 4, 1819; 
m. Mary A. Cushier, April 23, 1863; he lived on his fath- 
er’s farm on the Little Falls road; afterwards removed to 
Paterson, and d. in Hamilton avenue, Feb.  18, l888; 2. 
Jane, b. Aug. 26, 1821; m. James Brinckerhoff; 3. Jacob, b. 
July 21, 1823; m. Jane, dau. of James Van Blarcom.

IV. Jacob, b. March 28, 1800; m. Sally, dau. of Dr. 
Benjamin R. Scudder and Sally Wade (of Connecticut 
Farms); Dr. Scudder was a prominent physician at Ac- 
quackanonk for many years; he lived below Passaic Bridge; 
Jacob d. Aug. 11, 1862.

V. Waling, b. March 16, 1804; m. Helen Brinckerhoff,
_____
(1) Passaic Co. Wills, A, 695.

 

1 2 3 4 5 6

VAN RIPER FAMILY HOMESTEAD, Clifton NJ

Richfield section of CLIFTON, New Jersey.

The Van Riper family Homestead (also known as the Abraham or The Philip Van
Riper House) began as a small unit built by Jurian Tomassen for his son, Thomas.
The oldest section of the house was built in 1693. Harmen Tomassen Van Riper, the
direct lineage ancestoral grandfather of Harry LeRue Van Riper, bought the house
from his older brother. Harmen’s son, Abraham Van Riper, inherited the house
upon Harmen’s death. Abraham enlarged the house but only lived there part-time,
having owned other properties with homes. At the age of 90,
Abraham divided his property among his children. His second child, Philip,
acquired the homestead and the surrounding farmlands. Harry LeRue Van Riper
was born in this house on April 21,1881. The home remained in The Van Riper
Family until Amy Elizabeth Post Van Riper sold the house in 1909. The house was
still standing in the 1960’s and was/is located on Broad Street in Richfield, New
Jersey. Richfield is a part of the City of Clifton (Passaic County). The facade of the
house was rennovated in the 1890’s with the porch and bay window being added.
9/30/2002

 

 

Van Riper,1850 Federal Census, Livingston County ,New York

VAN RIPER
1850 Federal Census
Livingston County,New York State
Groveland, Livingston County, New York State
page 396a., image 1, Sept. 2

7-7
Isaac Van Riper-49-M-W-farmer-$2,500-b.N.Y..
Julia A. Van Riper-36-F-W-b.N.Y./.
Harriet C. Van Riper-12-F-W-b.N.Y..
Margaret T. Van Riper-10-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary E. Van Riper-7-F-W-b.N.Y..
————————————————-
Groveland, Livingston County, New York State
page 414, image 37, Sept. 25
Society of Shakers, page 413at-to-415

254-255
Myron Van Riper-16-M-W-farmer-b.N.Y..
———————————————————-
Mount Morris, Livingston County, New York State
page 116b, image 104, Aug. 19

797-812
Levi Van Riper-24-M-W-saddle and harness-$500-b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-19-F-W-b.N.Y..
————————————————————
Avon , Livingston County, New York State
page 324b, image 42, Aug 12

232-274
Patrick Graham-29-M-W-cooper-b.N.Y..
Adaline Graham-28-F-W-b.N.Y..
Hugh Graham-5mths.-M-W-b.N.Y..
Mathew Silley-27-M-W-cooper-b.Ireland
James Sheffington-26-M-W-cooper-b.Ireland
John Van Riper-35-M-W-cooper-b.Pa..
Patrick Farrell-18-M-W-cooper-b.N.Y..
William Mullen-18-M-W-cooper-b.Ireland
Sarah Davis-25-F-W-b.N.Y..
Nelson J. Davis-5-M-W-b.N.Y..
——————————————————-
Portage , Livingston County, New York State
page 121b, image 2, Sept. 4

10-10
Garret J. Van Riper-56-M-W-merchant-b.N.J..
Sarah Van Riper-56-F-W-b.N.J..
Cornelius Van Riper-29-mercant-$500.-b.N.J..
Susan Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.J..
———————————————————–
Genesee, Livingston County, New York State
p371a, image 23, July 21

158-162
James H. Vail-38-M-W-public office-b.N.Y..
Harriet Vail-38-F-W-b.N.Y..
John S. Van Riper-33-M-W-cooper-$500.-b.N.J..
——————————————————————–
4/25/2004

 

 

VAN RIPER 1920 PASSAIC, PASSAIC COUNTY NJ

VAN RIPER 1920 PASSAIC, PASSAIC COUNTY NJ

A. Nelson-foreman-h 102 Richards St.
Van Riper & A. Ward-pysician 607 Main St., tel. 2580-
home 171 Lafayette Ave.hours,1-2:30 & 7-8 p.m.

Adrianna-teller Peoples Bank-h 23 Church St.,Nutley
Amelia C.-widow of Peter-h 69 Howe Ave.
Edwin F. -clerk-h 69 Howe Ave.
Fred R.-clerk-h 70 Lindon St.
Ida F.-engr. -h 102 Richards St.
Jacob W.-h 42 River Dr.
Jon. E.-h 102 Richards St.
John. T.-Lawyer(Newark)-117 Laffayette Ave.
Leonie-teacher-h 343 Paulison Ave.
Mable R.-inspr.-h 102 Richards St.
Porter-auditor Anderson Lumber Co.-h Paterson
Walter-h 55 Blaine St.
Van Riper & Inc.,druggists,,605 Main Ave.tel.-2580-2581

 

 

Van Riper-1841-42 Newark,NJ,city directory

Van Riper-1841-42 Newark,NJ,city directory

Catherine-tailoress-home 196 Washington St.
John-sexton Cent. Church *-h 15 Court St.
John J.-carpenter-h Halsey Court

The only church listed that started with Cent.
was the Central Presbyterian Church, 129
Washington St.-Rev. Wm. Belden, Jr.

02/01/2001

 

 

Van Riper-1861-62 Newark,NJ,city directory

Van Riper-1861-62 Newark,NJ,city directory

Alonzo-silver plater,202 Market St., Belleville,NJ
Andrew M.-ship carpenter 12 Cabinet St.
Anthony B.-blacksmith-13 Broad St.
Charles O.-mason 64 Academy St.
Garrabrant-jeweler 241 Walnut St.
Isaac-(colored)coachman 2 Nesbitt’s Court
Isaac M.-paper hanger second near R.R.
Jacob J.-carpenter 8 Cross St.
Jeremiah-shoemaker Roseville
John -Little Falls,NJ
John B.-carpenter-54 Bleeker St.
John J.-carpenter- 13 Broad St.
Peter-carpenter Second near Railroad St.
Peter M.-silver plater 202 Market St.-home Belleville,NJ
William H.-Belleville,NJ

The Pierson’s city directory did not always indicate
if the address after the name was place worked or
home address.

02/08/2001

 

 

VAN RIPER-1894-95-Paterson City directory.

VAN RIPER-1894-95-Paterson City directory.

Adrian-baker,103 Broadway-h 244 Graham Ave.
Albert-hostler-h 21 High St.
Alfred-bookkeeper-h 137 Tyler St.
Alfred-laborer-h 21 Godwin St.
Alfred S.-(Van Riper & Sutton)-h 207 Market St.
Albert J.-(Lake View Ribbin Co.)-h 269 Graham Ave.
Andrew-painter-h 160 Madison St.
Annie-h 40 Elm St.
Anthony B.-(Frost & Van Riper)-h 273 Ellison St.
Bethany T.-widow of Jacob J.-h 269 Graham Ave.
Charles C.-carpenter-h 43 Benson St.
Cornelius-carpenter-h 26 N. Main St.
Cornelius-painter-h 29 Park Ave.
Cornelius S.-physician,h 77 Fair St.-
D.(Daniel) Romine-h 128 Hamilton Ave.
Frank-baker-h 51 N. 3rd St.
Frederick-clerk-h 336 Ellison St.
George-salesman-h 88 Park Ave.
George E.-clerk-h 336 Ellison St.
George P.-(Van Riper Mfg. Co.)-h 143 Hamilton Ave.
George S.-carpenter-h 95 Park Ave.
Helen-h 128 Hamilton Ave.
Isabella S.-widow of Jacob H.-h 23 Ryle Ave.
James-h 252 Hamilton Ave.
Jane-widow of Stephen S.-carpenter-h 95 Park Ave.
Jasper-carpenter-h 166 Ryerson Ave.
John-machinist-h 88 Essex St.
John-molder-h 12 Rip Van Winkle Ave.
John G.-planer-h 62 Park Ave.
Laura-teacher-h 77 Fair St.
Lawrence A.-collector-h 166 Paterson Ave.
Marinus-h 252 W. 26th St.
Mary A.-widow of Cornelius-h 252 Hamilton Ave.
Mortimer B.-beltmaker-h 339 Ellison St.
Paul-laborer-h 252 W. 26th St.
Percy-clerk-h 43 Holsman St.
Peter-mason-h 735 E. 28th St.
Peter-salesman-h 43 Benson St.
Philip H.-grocer,73 Broadway-h 336 Ellison St.
Rebecca-widow of George-h 19 High St.
Richard P.-(owner)feed,56 River St.& Clay St. corner of Railroad Ave.-
h-48 Benson St.
Sophia-h 77 Fair St.
Van Riper Mfg. Co.,belt mfg’s ,14 Van Houten St.
Van Riper & Sutton-(Alfred S. Van Riper and James F. Sutton)-
stables,207 Market St.
Walling-stenographer-h 236 Park Ave.
William-carpenter-h 48 Hamilton Ave.

12/23/2000

 

 

VAN RIPER-1918 Paterson City directory

VAN RIPER-1918 Paterson City directory

Abraham-reporter,R.D. Dun and Co.-beds 630 E. 23rd St.
Alfred-beds 171 E. 21st St.
Alfred ,Jr.-Chauffeur-rooms 27 Main St.
Alfred J.-h 585 E. 29th St.
Anna-beds 652 E. 26th St.
Caroline-dressmaker-beds 630 E. 23rd St.
Catharine-widow of Albert-h 567 E. 18th St.
Charles C.-beds 271 Hamilton Ave.
Charles W.-bartender,44 West St.-h 33 Hamburgh Ave.
Daniel-porter E.R.R. Depot-h 22 Jefferson St.
Donald K.-sec Frost & Van Riper Inc.,(308) 152 Market St.-
beds 652 E. 26th St.
Elenor M. -widow of Henry-beds 336 Broadway
Eliza C.-widow of George- h 33 Hamburgh Ave
Emma-beds 652 E. 26th St.
Frederick G. -(P.H. Van Riper & Son)73 broadway-
h 336 Ellison St.
George-clerk E.R.R. -beds 44 River St.
George-motorman-h 55 N. 6th St.
George P.-pres. Van Riper Mfg. Co.,14 Van Houten,
h 572 E. 25th St.
George S.-carpenter-h 12 Madison Ter.
Harold A.-electrician-72 Matlock St.
Hattie-widow of John-h 88 Essex St.
Isabelle-nurse-beds 735 E. 28th St.
Jane E.-widow of Hartman-h 101 Ward St.
Jennie-beds 735 E. 28th St.
Jessie-widow of Peter-h 735 E. 28th St.
John- molder-h 44 River St.
John S.-shoemaker-beds 44 River St.
Lawrence A.-real estate-h 101 Ward St.
Lawrence A.,Jr.-clerk-beds 101 Ward St.
Lucy-beds 735 E. 28th St.
Marinus-lab-h 252 Dixon Ave.
Mary E,-widow of Adrian V.-h 630 E. 23rd St.
Matilda-widow of John-h 88 Essex St.
Mildred-nurse ,Paterson General Hosp.-beds at the hospital
Paul-h252 Dixon Ave.
Percy R.-carpenter-h 165 Pearl St.
Sarah H.,Mrs.-h 38 West St.
Seely-real estate-h 75 Chatham Ave.
Van Riper Mfg. Co.,George P. Van Riper pres.,Isaac Van Houten sec.,
Walter I.-mill supplies,14 Van Houten St.
Van Riper-P.H. & son,(Frederick Van Riper)grocers ,73 Broadway,
Tel. 3726 and 3727.
Walter I.-treas. Van Riper Mfg. Co.,14 Van Houten St.-
h 728 Market St.
Walter R.-dentist-h 64 17th Ave.
William B.-dentist,176 Market St.-h 712 E. 27th St.
William P.-building cont.-h 395 E. 32nd St.
W. Porter -bookeeper-beds 101 Ward St.

12/10/2000

 

 

VAN RIPER-1944 Paterson, NJ city directory

VAN RIPER-1944 Paterson, NJ city directory

Alfred S.,Jr. (Margaret M.) auto mech.-home 301 Market St.
Anna B.-widow of Selah-h 19 Ridge Terr.
Caroline-seamstress-h 176 E.32nd St.
Carrie E.-widow of Lawrence A.(who died Mar. 31,1943 age 78).
Catherine-widow of George,housekeeper-h 34 E. Main St.
Charles-sander-r 34 E. Main St.
Claude W. (Bessie M.) lab -h 22 Temple St.
Ella E.,Mrs.-h 82 N. Main St.
Eugene H.(Adele A.) com. art.h 15 2nd Ave.
Frederick G.-r 466 Broadway.
George-salesman-h 55 N. 6th St.
George C.-emp. Wright Aero. Corp.-r 34 E. Main St.
Gertrude V.,Mrs.-moved to Vineyard Haven, Mass.
Harry A. (Minnie) elec- h 25 N. 5th St.
Jennie M.-h 729 E. 26th St.
John (Mary A.)mech.- h 398 21st Ave.
John S.-r 250 17th Ave.
Katherine M.-r 19 Ridge Ter.
Lawrence-furn. rooms 101 Ward St.-h at Nutley.
Lena M., Mrs. -r 301 12th. Ave.
Lucy-r 271 Totowa Ave.
Margaret-insp. Wright Aero. Corp.-r 301 Market St.
Marjorie H.-steno Wright Aero. Corp.-r 712 E. 27th St.
Van Riper Mfg. Co.(Walter I. Van Riper and George Robertson)
Wolesale electric equipment 318 Market St.
Paul (Catherine) lab-252 Dixon Ave.
Porter (Hazel M.) bkkpr. 634 Market St.-h 168 Paterson Ave.
Ruth -r 19 Ridge Ter.
Walter I. (Van Riper mfg. Co.) 318 Market St.-h at HoHoKus.
Walter J. Jr.-moved to Morris Plains.
Walter R. died April 18, 1943 age 60.
Willam (Augusta)mason and real est. 380 E. 35th St-.h same.
William B.( Anna D.) dentist 17 Church St.-h 712 E. 27th St.
Van Ripper, Fern (Lucy) guard Caldwell-h 499 11th Ave.

 

 

1850 Fed. Census, Manchester, Passaic Co. NJ

VAN RIPER
1850 Federal; Census
Manchester,Passaic Co. NJ.
(Totowa,Haledon,North Haledon,
Prospect Park,Hawthorne, all on the North
side of the Passaic River))

Aug. 21-page 378b-image514

103-144
Stephen Van Ryper-36-M-W-carpenter-b.N.J..
Elisa Van Ryper-30-F-W-b.N.Y..
Rebecca Van Ryper-13-F-W-attends school-b.N.J..
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Aug. 22- page 389b-390a-image 536-537

231-337
Peter V.H.(Van Houten)Van Riper-32-M-W-Bobkin Tuner-b.N.J..
Ann (Brown)Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.Y..
George P. (Percival)Van Riper-5-M-W-b.N.J..
Emma F.(Frances) Van Riper-2-F-W-b.N.J..
Elvira Jane Brown-27-F-W-b.N.J..
Margaret Fay-20-F-W-b.Ireland
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Aug. 24,page 394b,image 546

296-413
Henry Van Riper-32 M-W-shoemaker-$500.-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Catherine(Bennet) Van Riper-28-F-W-b.N.J..
Eliza Jane Van Riper-8-F-W-attending school-b.N.J..
Sarah Bennet-53-F-W-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Catherine Van Houten-84-F-W-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
======================================
Aug.27-page 398b-image 554

333-459
Ruluf Romine-84-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
Bridget Romine-72-F-W-b.N.Y..
John Romine-54-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
Phebe Van Riper-55-F-B-slave-b-N.J..
Wright Morse-F-M-4-b.N.J..
Betsey Willis-21- F-B-b.N.J..
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Aug. 28-page 402-image 561

382-518
Corn. Van Winkle-43-M-W-farmer-$100,000-b.N.J..
Catherine Van Winkle-41-F-W-b.N.J..
Simone P.Van Winkle-19-farmer-b.N.J..
Ann E. Van Winkle-10-at school-b.N.J..
John H. Van Winkle-3-M-W-b.N.J..
Diana Thompson-65-F-B-slave-b.N.J..-
BARNEY VAN RIPER-33-M-W-farm laborer-b.N.J..
==============================

4/6/2004

$100,000 in 1850 would be equal to $2,077,725.25 today.

 

 

Winfields’History of Hudson County N.J.’ continued (5/7)

Winfields’History of Hudson County N.J.’ continued – Part Five
Sixth Generation -Van Riper

Jurrie had ch.:
89. 1. Antje, d. July 29, 1796.
90. 11.Garret (122), b. Oct. 16, 1791; m. Elizabeth Simon-
son, Jan. 14, 1815; d. Oct. 2, 1833.

Cornelius had ch.:
91. 1. Daniel (123), b. March 7, 1788, m. Elizabeth Van
Ripen (78), Sept. 18, 1811; d. July 1, 1873.
92. 11. Garrabrant, b. Jan. 8, 1793; m. Hannah dau. of
John Van Blarcom; removed to Bergen County.
93. 111. Elizabeth, b. April 9, 1794; m. Stephen Vreeland
(92), Oct. 14, 1817; d. Dec. 17, 1827.
94. 1V. 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. V1. Derrick, b. May 22, 1803; m. Margaret, dau. of
Thomas Cadmus, Oct. 15, 1825; removed to Pas-
saic County.
97. V11.John, b. May 4, 1808; d. May 14, 1829.
98. V111.Cornelius C,(129), b. April 8, 1813; m. 1st, Catha-
rine Van Horn (46), May 5, 1882; 2d. Christina C.,
dau. of Evert Van Alen, Aug. 27, 1835.

Derick had ch.:
99. 1. Michael (135), b. Nov. 8, 1793; m. Cecilia Cadmus
(25), Dec. 21, 1816; d. April 22, 1868.
100. 11. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 23, 1795; d. Sept. 3, 1796.
101. 111.Annatje, b. June 23, 1797; m. Abraham Vreeland
(139), Nov. 30, 1816.
102. 1V. Elizabeth, b. July 9, 1800; V. Aegie, b. Dec. 19,
1801 d. unm.
103. V1. Daniel R. (144), b. Sept. 7, 1803; m. Jane, dau. of
Adrian M. Post, Sept. 7, 1826; d. April 22, 1873.
104. V111.Cornelius R. (150), b. March 27, 1805; m. Mary,
dau. of Abraham Sickles, Sept. 15, 1827.
105. V111. Catherine, b. Sept. 24, 1807; m. Albert Zabriskie,
Nov. 7, 1822, d. Dec. 31, 1868; he d. Sept.-1872.
106. 1X. 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. X1. Helena, b. April 20, 1813; d. May 6, 1813.
109. X11. Aletta, b. Oct. 16, 1819; m. John S. Tuttle, Oct. 29.
1840; d. March 29, 1855.

Christophel had ch.:
110. 1. Annetje, b. April 10, 1803; m. Mindert Vreeland
(182), Nov. 24, 1836.
111. 11. Nancy, b. July 23, 1804; m. Martin Tise, Dec. 24,
1829.
112. 111.Henry, b. Sept. 12, 1806; m. Catharine, dau. of
Jacob Cubberly; d. April 14, 1849, s.p.
113. 1V. 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. V1. Alexander, b. Nov. 25, 1812; m. Julia Ann Acker,
Nov. 15, 1834; d. Dec. 29, 1845 had ch.: Henry
and Rosa.
116. V11. Aletta, m. Thomas Wilkes, May 3, 1849.
117. V111. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 28, 1817; d unm.
118. 1X. Gertude, b. Sept. 15, 1820; m. Havens Tuttle,
Oct. 6, 1836.
119. X. Jane, b. Dec. 28, 1823.
Garret had ch. :
120. 1. Ann Elizabeth. b. Feb. 19, 1818.; 11. Benjamin E..
b. May 9, 1820, d. Oct. 7, 1820; 111. Harriet E..
b. March 29, 1822.
121. 1V Benjamin (158), b. June 23, 1824; m. Nancy, dau. of
Benjamin Drake, July 27, 1847.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

1900 Van Riper census,Minnesota, Hennepin County

1900
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Minnesota
——————————————————
Hennepin County
Minneapolis City, ward 4
T623-roll 767
district 44
page 147a-b, sheet 6, image 11, June 6-7
1113 Hawstron(?) Avenue

94-141
John Watman-23-M-W-head-advertiser-single-b.Dec.1876 N.Y..-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alonzo Watman-19-M-W-brother-advertise-b.Oct.1880 Mn..-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.N.Y..
Kate A. Watman-45-F-W-mother-music teacher-b.Dec.1864 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
page 147b
Katerine J. Van Riper-71-F-W-aunt-single-b.Sept.1823 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Isabelle Jenkins-19-F-W-boarder-single-stenographer-b.June 1880 Canada-Fa.b.Canada-Mo.b.Canada
Nellie Nelson-28-F-W-servant-single-b.Feb.1872 Sweden-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
Alexander H. Dunlap-21-M-W-boarder-single-advertising Mgr.-b.1878 Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..Mo.b.Maine
Alfred Levy-33-M-W-boarder-single-novelties salesman-b.Aug.1866 England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
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Dec.18, 2005

 

 

1880 Van Riper census,Texas

1880
Van Riper
Federal Census
TEXAS
=======================
Bexar
Precinct 2
T9-1291
district 19
page 250c, sheet 3, image 3, June 2-3

19-21
W. H. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-stock raiser-divorced or widow-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James T. Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-b.Texas-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Alabama
Clara F. Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-b.Texas-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Alabama
William H. Van Riper-5-M-W-b.Texas-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Alabama
Garey Van Riper-22-M-W-brother-carpenter-single-b.Texas-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Alabama
———————————————————————-
Bexar
Precinct 2
T9-1291
district 19
page 250d, sheet 4, image 4, June 3-4

26-28
James Van Riper-37-M-W-head-farmer-married-b-N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Melinda Van Riper-27-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.Texas-Fa.b.Texas-Mo.b.S. Carolina
Charles Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-b.Texas-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Texas
Hatty M. Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-b.Texas-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Texas
Albert Van Riper-5-M-W-son-b.Texas-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Texas
Harris Van Riper-3-M-W-son-b.Texas-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Texas
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5/13/2005

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,ward 10,district7,N.Y.C.,New York Co.,N.Y.

1870
VAN RIPER
New York State
New York County
Manhatan
—————————————–
Ward 10, District 7
M593-roll 984
P.O. New York City
page 270a, sheet 39, image 39, June 29
47-340(seventeen family building)
George Van Riper-52-M-W-works in gas works-b.N.Y..
Rachael Van Riper-50-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Margaret Van Riper-31-F-W-b.N.Y..
Edward Van Riper-22-M-W-builder-b.N.Y..
Esther Van Riper-20-F-W-b.N.Y..
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10/16/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census, Kansas

1870
VAN RIPER

Kansas
Iola, Allen County
P.O.Iola
M593-428
page 64a, sheet 8, image 8, July 21
54-57 (two family house)
John Van Riper-42-M-W-farmer-$2,500-$400-b.N.Y..
Joseph Van Riper-17-M-W-works on farm-b.Illinois
Abigal Van Riper-14-F-W-attending school-b.Illinois
Nancy Van Riper-12-F-W-attending school-b.Illinois
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08/05/2004

 

 

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–1968 PATERSON CITY DIRECTORY

Carol A.,Mrs.-office sec. Dorfman Abrams Music & Co.-home at Prospect Park Catherine-widow of Paul-h 252 Dixon Ave. Charlotte,Mrs.-res. 265 Totowa Ave. Clifford(Lucy)-h 499 E. 38th. St. Clifford M. -r 499 E. 38th St.
George(Katherine) -h 655 Main St.
George Jr.-emp. dishwasher Bethwood Dinner Totowa-r 655 Main St. Gordon R.(Florence H.)-J. B. Ward & Sons 327 Vernon Ave.-h at Ridgewood Hannah-widow of Harry-r 140 Belmont Ave. Harold(Elaine)-salesman N.J. Tobacco Co. -427 Crooks Ave. Katherine M.-h 19 Ridge Terr. Mary ,Mrs.-h 321 E. 21st. St. Porter(Hazel M.)-bkkpr. De Block Paper Co., Garfield-h 168 Paterson Ave.

Theodore- Student-r 140 Belmont Ave.

1968 is the last year of the Paterson City Directories in P.C.H.S

 

 

1850 Van Riper census- Sussex,Somerset,Ocean Co., N.J.

1850
VAN RIPER
Sussex County, New Jersey

Sparta Twp.
page 161a, image 319a, Aug 28

5-5
John Little-24-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
Eliza Robinson-35-F-W-b.N.J.
James Huffman-43-M-W-cannot read or write-idiot-b.N.J..
Cornelius Van Riper-11-M-W-b.N.J..
William Little-22-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
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Wantage Twp.
page 198a, image 393, Aug 21

211-212
Giles Van Riper-42-M-W-laborer-b.N.J..
Zilla Van Riper-43-F-W-b.N.J..
Frederick Van Riper-21-M-W-laborer-b.N.J.
Thomas Van Riper-19-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Abram Van Riper-14-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Riper-12-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
Frances Van Riper-10-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
James Van Riper-8-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Naomi Van Riper-6-F-W-at school-b.N.J.
Wm. Van Riper-4-M-W-b.N.J..
Josiah Van Riper-1-M-W-b.N.J..
—————————————————
Frankford Twp.
page 250a, image 498, July 26
County Poor House

23-24
Henry Van Riper-75-M-W-laborer-cripple-b.Sussex co.,N.J..
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Frankford Twp.
page 250b, image 499, July 26
County Poor House

23-24
Hannah Van Riper-40-F-W-sick ???-b.Sussex Co.,N.J..
cannot read or write
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1850
NEW JERSEY
Somerset County
Warren Twp.

page 360a-sheet 719-image 17-Sept. 24

136-136
Philip P. Winans-72-M-W-farmer-$2,000-b.NJ.
Mary Winans-62-F-W-b.NJ.
Philip W. Winans-45-M-W-farmer-b.NJ.
John W. Winans-40-M-W-blacksmith-b.NJ.
Eden Van Riper-9-M-W-attending school-b.NJ.
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1850
VAN RYPER ( Van Riper)
Dover Twp., Ocean County, New Jersey
page83a-image 166-Aug. 2

132-134
Cornelius D. Thomson-71-M-W-farmer-$1,000-b.N.J..
Hester Thomson-66-F-W-b.N.J..
Washington Thomson-24-M-W-Collier-b.N.J..
Hannah Ann Thomson-13-F-W-b.N.J..
Harrison Thomson-12-M-W-b.N.J..
Maria Thomson-3-F-W-b.N.J..
John Van Ryper-9-M-W-attending school-b.N.J..
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5-9-2004

 

 

1860 Van Riper census,NY City,ward 21,NY Co.,NY State

1860
VAN RIPER
New York State
New York County
New York City
=================
Ward 21, District 1
M653-819-P.O. New York City
page 669, sheet 73, image 73, Nov. 10
318-387 (three family house)
John Chalmers-24-M-W-stone cutter-b.N.Y.
Philip Cushing-27-M-W-mason-b.N.Y..
Abram Lyder-19-M-W-Clerk-b.N.J..
Peter Van Riper-52-M-W-harness maker-b.N.Y..
Lucinda Van Riper-24-F-W-b.Massachusetts
Edael Van Riper-21-M-W-harness maker-b.Massachusetts
Maxwell Van Riper-19-M-W-b.Massachusetts
Eliza Mc Cormick-19-F-W-servant-b.Ireland
——————————————————–
Ward 21, District 4
M653-roll 818
page 34, sheet 34, image 34, June 6

145-181
D. W. (Daniel) Van Riper-34-M-W-grocer(425 E. 80th St.)–$2,000-b.N.J..
(home at 101 E. 80th. St.)
Mary A. Van Riper-34-M-W-b.N.Y..
Henry W. Van Riper-11-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Mary E. Van Riper-7-F-W-b.N.Y..
Geo. M. Van Riper-5-M-W-b.N.Y..
Charles E. Van Riper-3-M-W-b.N.Y..
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Ward 21, District 4
M653-roll 819
page 960 ,sheet 96, image 96, July 12

260-829 (three family house)
Edward Snow-53-M-W-ship builder-$150-b.N.J..
Charlott Snow-63-F-W-b.England
Mary Snow-21-F-W-b.N.Y..
Elwood Van Riper-3-M-W-b.N.Y..
Jane Smith-17-F-W-b.N.Y..
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7/9/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Union Twp.,Bergen County,N.J.

1870
VAN RIPER
BERGEN COUNTY
New Jersey
—————————————–
UNION Twp.
M593-roll 852
P.O. Rutherford Park
page 326b, sheet 14, image 14, June 21
90-113
Walling Van Riper-66-M-W-retired farmer-$15,000-$1,000-b.N.J..
Eleanor Van Riper-62-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
Cornelius Van Riper-36-M-W-lumber merchant-$3000-b.N.J..
Caroline Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.J..
Eleanor Van Riper-6-F-W-b.N.J..
Jacob W. Van Riper-33-M-W-lumber merchant-$30,000-$6,000-b.N.J..
Sarah E. Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.J..
Walling Van Riper-5-M-W-b.N.J..
James C. Van Riper-1-M-W-b.N.J..
Anna J. Van Riper-24-F-W-$200-b.N.J..
William Daily-23-M-B-shoe maker-b.N.J..
——————————————————-
UNION Twp.
M593-roll 852
P.O. Rutherford Park
page 545b, sheet 52, image 52, July 12

324-342 (two family house)
Jacob Van Riper-52-M-W-Surveyor-$5,000-$9,000-b.N.J..
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8/28/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper,Wayne County,Michigan

1870
VAN RIPER
Michigan
Wayne County
————————————————
Brownstone
M593-roll 709
P.O. Brownstone
page 10a, sheet19, image 19, July 18

165-158
Henry Van Riper-52-M-W-farmer-$9,000-$2,100-b.N.J..
Lydia A. Van Riper-42-F-W-keeping house-b.N.Y..
James E. Van Riper-17-M-W-at shool-b.Michigan
Katharine Van Riper-5-F-W-b.Michigan
Mary Van Riper-3-F-W-b.Michigan
Jane Van Riper-50-F-W-b.N.Y..
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Brownstown
M593-roll 709
P.O. Brownstown
page 11a, sheet 21, image 21-July 19

John C. Van Riper-23-M-W-lawyer-married June 1870-b.Michigan
Catharine M. Van Riper-21-F-W-keeps house-married June 1870-b.Michigan
——————–
Brownstown
M593-roll 709
P.O. Huron Station
page 3b, sheet 6, image 5, July 15

53-50 (two family house)
Nicholas W. Van Riper-52-M-W-farmer-$14,000-$1,000-b.N.Y..
Mary A. Van Riper-45-F-W-keeps house-b.Canada
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Brownstown
M593-roll 709
P.O. Huron Station
page 3b, sheet 6, image 5, July 15

53-51 (two family house)
Willis E. Van Riper-22-M-W-farmer-b.Michigan
Mary C. Van Riper-19F-W-b.Michigan
Eva May Van Riper-16-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
Bessie A. Van Riper-4-F-W-b.Michigan
Leonora Van Riper-20-F-W-b.Michigan
Infant Van Riper-5mths.-M-W-b.Jan. 1870 Michigan
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Brownstown
M593-roll 709
P.O. Brownstown
page 7b, sheet 13, image 12, July 18

114-109
Adrian Van Riper-60-M-W-farmer-$10,000-$1,000-b.N.J..
Eliza Van Riper-40-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Chester Van Riper-20-M-W-farmer-at school-b.Michigan
Susan Van Riper-14-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
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Brownston
M593-roll 709
P.O. Gibraltar
page 15b, sheet 30, image 29, July 21

John W. Van Riper-48-M-W-lumber business-$400-$2,000-b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-28-F-W-keeps house-b.Michigan
Anna M. Van Riper-6-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
=======================================
Dearborn
M593-roll 709
P.O.Dearbornville
page 66b, sheet 44, image 44, Aug. 6

3113-333
John E. Van Riper-35-M-W-wagon maker-$6,200-$600-b.N.Y..
Ellen Van Riper-33–F-W-b.Michigan
Ida Van Riper-7-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
Mary Van Riper-5-F-W-b.Michigan
Allen E. Van Riper-4-M-W-b.Michigan
Elizabeth Van Riper-3-F-W-b.Michigan
Ella Van Riper-4mths.-F-W-b.April 1870 Michigan
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08/16/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Tompkins Co.,New York State

1870
VAN RIPER
New York State
Tompkins County
===================
Ithaca
M593-roll 1104
P.O. Ithaca
page 267a, sheet 161, image 161, July 18
1088-1243
Edward Simpson-55-M-W-landlord-$5,000-$1,000-b.N.Y..
Harriet Simpson-45-F-W-b.N.Y.
George Simpson-29-M-W-landlord-b.N.Y..
John Van Riper-60-M-W-hostler-b.N.Y..
Nancy A. Williams-33-F-W-b.N.Y..
Rachel Patterson-23-F-W-b.N.Y..
Ida Marks-17-F-W-b.N.Y..
Samuel Williams-35-M.W-b.N.Y..
(and seven more not related on next page 267b)
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Newfield
M593-roll 1104
P.O. Newfield
page 360b, sheet 20, image 20, July 18

172-184
John Van Riper -48-M-W-shoemaker-$500-$200-b.N.Y..
Phebe Van Riper-50-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Herman Van Riper-5-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Jackson Van Riper-18-M-W-app. to carpenter-b.N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-16-M-W-at school-works on farm-b.N.Y..
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11/3/2004

 

 

1880 Van Riper census,Illinios

1880
Van Riper
Illinois
===============
Cook County
District: 20, Chicago
T9-roll 185
page 538c, sheet 23, image 23, June 9
2455 State St.
136-174 (three family house)
Abram Van Riper-36-M-W-head-barber-married-b.N.J..fa.bN.J.-Mo.b.N.J..
Amanda Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
Lottie Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Illinois
Flora Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Illinois
Frank Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b. Illinois
Mrs. M. Thompson-45-F-W-boarder-widow or divorced-dress maker-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Warren Thompson-19-M-W-boarder-single-grocery clerk-b.Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Cook County
District: , Chicago
T9-roll 186
page 29, sheet 27, image 27, June 12
99 29th Street

177-267
A. J. Van Riper-48-M-W-head-carpenter-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Margrett Van Riper-43-F-W-wife-keeps house-b.N.Y..-Fa.-b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Martha Dooley-23-F-W-daughter-married-plater-b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y-Mo.b.N.Y..
Clarra B. Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-single-news agt.-b-Mi.-Fa.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harry Van Riper-19-M-W-b.Mi.-Fa.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillian Newcomb-21-F-W-border-widow or divorced-singer-b.In..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Herbert Perkins-24-M-W-boarder-single-news agt.-b.Mi..Fa.b.Mi.-b.Mi..
Harry Blood-24-M-W-boarder-married-news agt.-b.Ill..-Fa.bWi..-Mo.b.Wi..
Kate Blood-24-F-W-boarder-married-b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
George Rehm-20-M-W-boarder-single-clerk-b.Mi..-Fa.Germany-Mo.b.Mi..
Arthur Dooley-1-M-W-grandson-b.Ill..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
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De Kalb County
district 36, Paw Paw
T9-roll 202
page 150c, sheet 7, image 7, June 4

51-51
William Patrick-54-M-W-head-married-farmer-b.Eng..-Fa.b.Eng..-Mo.b.Eng..
Mary Patrick-54-F-W-wife-married-keeps house-b.Eng..-Fa.b.Eng..-Mo.b.Eng..
Eva Patrick-23-F-W-daughter-single-house work-b.Illinois- Fa.b.Eng..-Mo.b.Eng..
Henry Patrick-21-M-W-son-single-farmer-b.Illinois-Fa.b.Eng..-Mo.b.Eng..
Lena Patrick-18-F-W-daughter-single-house work-b.Illinois-Fa.b.Eng..-Mo.b.Eng..
Lucy Patrick-10-F-W-daughter-at school-b.Illinois-Fa.b.Eng..-Mo.b.Eng..
James Van Riper-27-M-W-hired man-farm laborer-single-b.Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Knox County
District 129, Galesburg
T9-roll 220
page 56c, sheet 3, image 3, June 2

24-24
Abram Van Riper-25-M-W-head-farmer-b.N.Y..Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Hattie Van Riper-26-F-W-wife-keeps house-b.Illinois-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
J. Westervelt Van Riper-2-M-W-son-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Illinois
Frank Van Riper-6mths.-M-W-son-b.Jan.Illinois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Illinois
Rachel Swain-36-W-F-servant-b.Indiana-Fa.b.North C.-Mo.b.Indiana
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Knox County
District 152, Altona
T9-roll 220
page 396c, sheet 15, image 29, June 7

208-208
R. Van Riper-29-M-W-head-painter-married-b.N.J..Fa..b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Effa Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-sick-b.Illinois-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Adrian Van Riper-10-M-W- Son-at school-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Illinios
Retha Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Illinios
Curtis C. Capps-21-M-W-brother in law-painters clerk-single-b.Illinois-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
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Knox County
District 135, Galesburg
T9-roll 220
page 161b, sheet 22, image 22, June 8
North Street

201-219
James Van Riper-59-M-W-head-farmer-widow or divorced-b.N.J..Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Rachel A. Van Riper-27-F-W-daughter-keeps house-single-b.N.J.. Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Warren County
District 300, Kirkwood
T9-roll 256
page 338a, sheet 9, image 9, June 9

94-95
Abe Van Riper-50-M-W-head-farmer-married-b.N.J..Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Cornelia Van Riper-44-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.J.. Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Euphimia Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Cornelius Van Riper-16-M-W-son-at school-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Abraham Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Edwin Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Jennie Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-b.Illinois-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Will County
District 213, Troy
T9-roll 261
page 496a, sheet 17, image 17, June 16

2-2
Frank Conant-44-M-W-head-wheel wright-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.N.Y..
Hannah Conant-39-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.Illinios-Fa.b.Vermont-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank Conant-19-F-W-son-at school-b.Illinios-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Illinios
Eben Conant-15-M-W-son-at school-b.Illinios-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Illinios
Martha Conant-12-F-W-daughter-at school-b.Illinios-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Illinios
Carrie Conant-9-M-W-Son-at school-b.Illinios-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Illinios
Robert Conant-6-M-W-son-b.Illinios-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.Illinios
Samantha Van Riper-87-F-W-Mother in Law-widow or divorced-b.Vermont-Fa.bVermont-Mo.bVermont
(I belive Samanta’s father was, in 1850 -Jacob(77)born Mass.. At that time called Sabrina(40) born Vermont.)
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11/26/2004

 

 

1880 census,Queens Co.,Richmond Co.,Onondaga Co.,NY State

1880
VAN RIPER census
New York State
=================
Queens County
Long Island City
T9-roll 918
district 280
page 30d, sheet 16, image 16, June 4
Third Street

74-161
Isaac Van Riper-48-M-W-head-mason and builder-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Deborah Van Riper-45-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
George Van Riper-22-M-W-son-dealer in butter and eggs-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Laura Van Riper-15-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Edwin Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
AlfredVan Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Irene Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Queens County
Long Island City
T9-roll 918
district 280
page 41d, sheet 38, image 38, June 10
Fourth Street

183-392
John Van Riper-39-M-W-head-mason and plasterer-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-37-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ellwood Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Newland Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ida Graham-25-F-W-boarder-school teacher-b.Calif.-Fa.b.N.Carolina-Mo.b.N.Carolina
Florence Graham-23-F-W-boarder-school teacher-b.Calif.-Fa.b.N.Carolina-Mo.b.N.Carolina
Mary Graham-20-F-W-boarder-school teacher-b.Georgia-Fa.b.N.Carolina-Mo.b.N.Carolina
Mary Cavanagh-45-F-W-servant-divorced or widow-b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
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Queens County
Long Island City
T9-roll 918
district 280
page 33a, sheet 21, image 21, June 7
Third Street

107-226 (two family house)
Frank Van Riper-24-M-W-head-plasterer-married-b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ester Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.J.-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Richmond County, Staten Island
Castleton
T9-roll 923
district 297
page 9b-9c, sheet 18-19, image 18-19, June 7

Jane Van Riper-45-F-W-head-keeps house-divorced or widow-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella Van Riper-22-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lydia Van Riper-19-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-16-M-W-son-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James Van Riper-14-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Margaret Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Isabella Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Henry Van Riper-6-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Richmond County,Staten Island
Middletown
T9-roll 923
district 301
page 148b, sheet 34, image 34, June 10

Henry S. Van Riper-48-M-W-head-retail grocer-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-44-F-W-wife-keeps house-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Nettie Van Riper-24-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harry Van Riper-22-M-W-son-clerk in store-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Clara Van Riper-19-F-W-daughter-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John J. Moffatt-23-M-W-son in law-married during census year-clerk in office-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lucy D. Moffatt-22-F-W-daughter-married during census year-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Onondaga County
Syracuse
T9-roll 907
district 214
page 316a, sheet 9, image 9, June 2-3
21 Shonnard Street

26-58
Malon D. Wells-39-M-W-head-conductor,N.Y.C.-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma E. Wells-28-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma Knowlton-17-F-W-servant-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lawerance Van Riper-30-M-W-boarder-bookkeeper-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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April 20, 2005

 

 

1900 Van Riper census, Bayonne, Hudson County, N.J.

1900
Van Riper
Federal Census
Hudson County
New Jersey
==================================================================
BAYONNE
Bayonne, ward 1
roll T623-971
district 164
page 20b, sheet 10, image 20, June 9
67 West 6th Street

171-196
Daniel Kitson-28-M-W-head-foreman gas works-single-
b.April 1872 N.J..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary E. (Post) Kitson-mother-widow (of John B. Kitson)-2 children, 2 living-
b.April 1855 Nyack, N.Y..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George M. Van Riper-35-M-W-brother in law-married 6yrs.-
b.Nov. 1864 Jersey City, N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Maud H.(Kitson) Van Riper-25-F-W-sister-married 6yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.March 1875 Jersey City N.J..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Raymond E.(Earl) Van Riper-2-M-W-nephew-
b.June 1897 Jersey City N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
(Raymond was my father)
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Bayonne, ward 2, 2nd precinct
roll T623-971
district 4
page 88a, sheet 17, image 33, June 7
546 Avenue C.

171-301 (three family house)
Alina Van Ryper-60-F-W-head-widow-3 children, 2 living-
b.Jan.1840 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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March 17, 2006

 

 

1900 census, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, and Yates Counties

1900
Van Riper
Federal Census
New York State
===========================================================
Steuben County
Town of Cohocton
T623-roll 1163
district 71
page 235a , sheet 10, image 18, June 12

155-159
Abram Van Riper-76-M-W-head-farmer-married-17yrs.-
b.Nov.1823 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Pa.
Mary E Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Feb.1848 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma L. Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.April 1884 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Loleta M. Van Riper-25-F-W-stepdaughter-housework-single-
b.April 1875 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frank White-M-W-23-boarder-farm laborer-single-
b.Nov.1876 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Steuben County
Town of Cohocton
T623-roll 1163
district 71
page 230a, sheet 5, image 8, June 12
65-66

James Van Riper-51-M-W-head-farmer-married 30yrs.-
b.June 1848 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Francisca Van Riper-50-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-3 children,3 living-
b.May 1850 N.Y..-Fa.b.Vt..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jerry Van Riper-26-M-W-son-farm laborer-married 6yrs.-
b.Aug.1873 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia Van Riper-23-F-W-daughter in law-married 6ys.-1 child,1 living-
b.April 1877 N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie Van Riper-4-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Sept.1895-N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Steuben County
Howard Town
T623-roll 1164
district 96
page 14a, sheet 5, image 9, June 11

100-104
Charles A. Van Riper-23-M-W-head-farmer-married 3yrs.-
b.Oct.1876 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Margurete Van Riper-27-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.Jan.1873 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold Van Riper-1-M-W-son-
b.June 1898 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma Van Riper-8mths.-F-W-daughter-
b.Sept.1899 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
===========================================================
Tioga County
Tioga Town
T623-1168
district 137
page 297b, sheet 10, image 20, June 27

269-271
Wm. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-farmer-married 7yrs.-
b.Mar.1867 Pa.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Althea G.(Steward) Van Riper-37-F-W-wife-married 7yrs.-5 children,5 living-
b.Mar.1863 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary M.- Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-
b.Jan.1894 Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rose J. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.Mar.1895 N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Minnie A. Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.July 1896 N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
?? Van Riper-1moth.-F-W-daughter-
b.April 1900 N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Tioga County
Waverly
T623-1167
district 119
page 14a, sheet 13, image 25, June
26 Ithaca Street

284-306
Nelson Lyons-53-M-W-head-farmer-married 24yrs.-
b.Nov.1846 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Amelia Lyons-44-F-W-wife-married 24yrs.-0 children-
b.Nov.1855 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna Van Riper-4-F-W-niece-
b.May 1896 N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Tioga County
Town of Spencer
T623-1168
district 135
page 272b, sheet 6, image 12, June 14

147-147
Henry B. Forsyth-64-M-W-head-farmer-married 38yrs.-
b.May1836 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary A. Forsyth-63-M-W-wife-married 38yrs.-1 child-1 living-
b.Jan.1837 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Chas. Van Riper-35-M-W-son in law-farm laborer-married 6yrs.-
b.Dec.1864 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bertha (Forsyth) Van Riper-26-F-W-daughter-married 6yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Jan.1874 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Clara H. Van Riper-5-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Jan.1895 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Pearl Van Riper-3-F-W-granddaughter-
b.Aug.1896 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Tioga County
Town of Tioga
T623-1168
district 137
page 296b, sheet 9, image 18, June 23

248-260
Edward Van Riper-61-M-W-head-farmer-married 38yrs.-
b.Feb.1839 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rebecca M. Van Riper-55-wife-married 38yrs.-9 children, 6 living-
b.Sept.1844 Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Edward Van Riper-15-M-W-at school-
b.Mar.1885 Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
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Tioga County
Town of Owego
T623-1168
district 127
page 159a, sheet 4, image 7, June 7

86-87
Fredrick E Van Riper-41-M-W-head-farmer-married 22yrs.-
b.Aug.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Myra Van Riper-43-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mar.1857 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles M. Van Riper-18-M-W-farm Laborer-single-
b.Sept.1881 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Tioga County
Spencer
T623-1168
district 134
page 259b, sheet 3, image 6, June 5

18-89
Morris Jackson Van Riper-49-M-W-head-paper hanger-married 23yrs.-
b.Dec.1850 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nellie J. (Elsie Starr)Van Riper-52-F-W-wife-married 23yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.Mar.1880 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alice H. Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter-type setting office-single-
Rollin S. Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school-
b.July 1884 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Tioga County
Town of Owego
T623-roll 1168
district 127
page 162b, sheet 7, image 14, June 14

164-165
Morris Van Riper-73-M-W-head-farmer-married 48yrs.-
b.Aug.1826 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary Ann Van Riper-68-F-W-wife-married 48yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Nov.1831 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
===============================================================
Tompkins
Newfield Town
T623-roll 1169
district 162
page 157b, sheet 11, image 22, June 22

287-299
John Van Riper-78-M-W-head-farmer-married-40yrs.-
b.May 1840 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Fannie Van Riper-60-F-W-wife-married 40yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.Oct.1840 England-Fa.b.England-mo.b.England
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Tompkins
Newfield Town
T623-roll 1169
district 162
page 158b, sheet 12, image 24, June 26

314-327
Horace A. Van Riper-55-M-W-head-farmer-widow-
b.Feb.1845 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
Ralph Van Riper-15-M-W-son-at school-
b.Jan.1885 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
Addie Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mar.1887 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
Rozela Carpenter-52-F-W-servant-married 20yrs.-1 child,1 living-
b.Mar.1848 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
==============================================================
Yates County
Italy Town
T623-roll 1179
district 135
page 46a, sheet 9, image 17, June 21

204-207
Edgar J. Van Riper-44-M-W-head-farmer-married 20yrs.-
b.Sept.1846 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
Jennie E. Van Riper-43-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Dec.1848 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
May I. Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter-single-
b.May 1882 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
James Day-M-W-26-uncle-farm laborer-single-
b.Aug.1878 N.Y.-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y.
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Jan.7, 2007

 

 

Van Riper 1910 census, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Essex County
Newark
NEW JERSEY
====================================================
Essex County
Newark Ward 2
Roll T624-876
district 12
page 232a, sheet 12, image 23, April 28
412 Plane Street (now University Avenue)

169-247
Charles H. Stiles-71-M-W-head-jobber,rubber goods-married 37 yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Vermont
Cordelia Stiles-68-F-W-wife-married 37yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mabel Stiles-35-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Carrie L. Salmon-62-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sophia Van Riper-75-F-W-boarder-widow (of William H.)-2 children,0 living-
b.Canada,French-Fa.Canada,French-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances C. Ross-66-F-W-boarder-own income-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Essex County
Newark City, ward 2, 6th district
Roll T624-876
district 13
page 253a, sheet 8, image 15, April 19
29 Court Street

121-198
Ida Post-38-F-W-head-lodger house-widow-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Cornelius Van Riper-61-M-W-lodger-clerk,R.R..-2nd.marriage 8yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Juliet Van Riper-48-F-W-lodger-2nd.marriage, 1 child,1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John Quabeck,Jr.-28-M-W-lodger-married 1yr.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
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Essex County
Newark City, ward 2, 6th district
Roll T624-876
district 13
page 253b, sheet8 , image 16, April 20
2 Court Street

131-213
Andrew B. Stiff-30-M-W-head-boarding house-married 8yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Millie L. Stiff-31-F-W-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Canada
Majorie Stiff-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Alonzo Van Riper-55-M-W-boarder-married-policeman, city-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
(and many more not related)
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Essex County
Newark City, Ward 9, district 6
Roll T624-877
district 77
page 258a, sheet 20, image 39, April 20
56 Hunter Street

140-427
Charles Van Riper-51-M-W-head-mason contractor-married 22yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Canada
Charlotte Van Riper-47-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-4 children 3 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
George Van Riper-21-M-W-son-mason contractor-married 7 moths.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Hilda Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter in law-married 7moths.-
b.Norway-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Norway
Albert Van Riper-19-M-W-son-mason contractor-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charlotte Van Riper-14-F-W-Daughter-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Essex County
Newark City, ward 5
Roll T624-877
district 35
page 163b, sheet 10, image 20, April 18
93 Bruen Street

147-272
Alethia M. Carter-65-F-W-head-single-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J.-Mo.b.Mass..
Wong Hoey Hog-34-boarder-single-
b.China-Fa.b.China-Mo.b.China-imagrated 1882-
Alice Van Riper-55-F-W-maid-widow-servant, private families-married 20yrs.-1 child, 0 living-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-imigrated 1860-
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Essex County
Newark City, ward 7
Roll T624-878
district 53
page 69a, sheet 16, image 21, April 25
17 Colden Street

174-324 (four family house)
Alexander B. Van Riper-26-M-W-head-salesman, furniture-married 6yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bertha M. Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mayomar Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Augustus C. Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Essex County
Newark City ward 8, 2nd district
Roll T624-878
district 64
page 27a, sheet 5, image 9, April 18
79 Wakeman Avenue (two family house)

78-99
Mary E. Byles-43-F-W-head-dressmaker at home-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.P.A..
Dorothy M. Byles-8-F-W-neice-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.P.A..
Bessie B. Van Riper-19-F-W-boarder-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Essex County
Newark Ward 8 (Forest Hill Section)
Roll T624-878
district 70
page 169b, sheet 7, image 14, April 19
640 Mt. Prospect Avenue

150-154
Sarah M. Van Riper-62-F-W-head-married 21yrs.(to Alonzo)-5 children, 2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
De Have (Daniel H.) Van Riper-28-M-W-son-bookkeeper, grain house-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Raymond Van Riper-24-M-W-son-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Essex County
Newark City,ward 12
Roll T624-879
district 102
page 35b, sheet 2, image 4, April 16
143 Passaic Avenue (now Raymond Boulevard)

19-27 (two family house)
George A. Van Riper-38-M-W-head-conductor, R.R.-married 11yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Barbara M. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-2nd married 11yrs.-4 children,
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
William W. Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Myrtle S. Van Riper-1yr.,10moths.-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Essex County
Newark City, ward 14
Roll T624-879
district 124
page 206a, sheet 11, image 21, April 20
292 Littleton Avenue

Oliver Van Riper-49-M-W-head-cigar maker-married 22yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Jessie Van Riper-43-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-7 children, 5 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Conn..
Harrold Van Riper-21-M-W-son-stenographer, office-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charles Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Percy Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Lloyd Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Alice V. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Essex County
Newark City, ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 88
page 19b, sheet 19, image 38, April 26
18 North 11th Street

266-476 (two family house)
Harver Paine-37-M-W-head-stove factory-2nd married 8yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elsie Paine-33-F-W-wife-married 8yrs-0 children-
b.N.J..Mo.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Raymond Paine-12-M-W-adopted son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.n/a-Mob.n/a
Russell Van Riper-1 yr,3moths-boarder-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Essex County
Newark City,ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 92
page 93a, sheet 3, image 5, April 16
180 First Street

28-47
George W. Van Riper-29-M-W-head-carperter,houses-married 6yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary W. Van Riper-27-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Violet E. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Myrtle E. Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Geo.W. Van Riper,Jr.-2-M-W-son-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Erma M. Van Riper-7moths.-F-W-daughter-
————————————————————————
Essex County
Newark City,ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 92
page 93a, sheet 3, image 5, April 16
194 First Street

34-59
Geo. Van Riper-54-M-W-head-carpenter building,houses-married 34yrs.-
b.Conn.-Fa.b.Holland(Conn.)-Mo.b.Holland(N.J.)
Wilhelmina (Wilhelmina E. Begelspacher)Van Riper-52-F-W-wife Married 34yrs.-10 children,5 livung-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Arthur (Barnes) VanRiper-30-M-W-son-carpenter, houses-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frederick (E.)Van Riper-20-M-W-son-carpenter,houses-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Naoma Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alice Van Riper-6-F-W-daugther-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Essex County
Newark City ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 98
page 238b, sheet 16, image 32, April 21
29 South 13th. Street

214-361
Beatrice Taylor-37-M-W-head-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Elizabeth Taylor-31-F-W-sister-teacher,school-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Harold Van Riper-35-M-W-lodger-clerk,store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Gladys Powers-22-F-W-lodger-operator,telephone-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Adolph Barbey-73-M-W-lodger-married 50yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.France-Mo.b.Germany
Emma Barbey-69-F-W-lodger-married 50yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Adolph Barbey,Jr.-32-M-W-lodger-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
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Essex County
Newark City ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 92
page 102a, sheet 12, image 32, April 21
167 Fifth Street

166-283 (three family house)
Wilbur Van Riper-27-M-W-head-carpenter,houses-married 6yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bertha Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.- 1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wilbur Van Riper Jr.-3-M-W-son-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Essex County
Newark City,ward 15
Roll T624-880
district 127
page 39b, sheet 39, image 77, April 30
10 Nairn Place

—-772
Eliza Wright-32-F-B-head-house work,day work-widow-0 children-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Anna Van Riper-25-F-B-sister-house work,day work-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Essex County
Newark City, ward 15
Roll T624-880
district 132
page 195a, sheet 15, image 29, April 22
219 Highland Avenue

196-
Fred Van Riper-30-M-W-head-shipping clerk-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
Minnie Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 7yrs.-1 child,1 living-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Wilhemina Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Gernany
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Essex County
Newark Ward 13
Roll T624-881
district 107
page 39b, sheet 13, image 26, April 22
73 Whitney Street

255-294
Charles Van Riper-31-M-W-head-modlel maker,Last factory-married 10yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.England
Albert Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Joseph Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Sept.24,2007

 

 

1860 Van Riper census, California

California, San Francisco
District 4, page 1109b, sheet 173, July 18
M653-roll 68

1364-1331
James Van Riper-38-M-W-Builder-$2,000.-$200.-b.NJ
Emma O. Van Riper-37-F-W-b.Eng.
James Graves-34-M-W-merchant-b.Conn.
Frances Graves-30-F-W-b.NY
James A. Graves-3-M-W-b.Ca.
Ann C. Graves-1-F-W-b.Ca.
Kate Wall-30-F-W-servant-$100.-b.Ireland
===============================
California, Los Angeles
M653-roll 59, Tajon Twp., P.O. Fort Tajon
District 4, page 525b, sheet 36, July

C. Van Riper-24-M-W-Private-b.NJ
(with many unrelated names)
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5/15/2004

 

 

GEORGE VAN RIPER-1787-1857

GEORGE VAN RIPER-1787-1857

Historical Notes.-The following description of
Saddle River township nearly half a century since,
before its boundaries were materially changed, may
be of interest :
” It is centrally distant northwest from Hackensack Town
eight miles, its greatest length east and west being ten miles,
its breadth north and south eight miles, its area 41,000 acres,
of which about 17,000 are improved. The surface is generally hilly,
the first and Second Mountains of Sussex County crossing the
Passaic and continuing through it. On the east, however,
between the Passaic and Saddle Rivers, there is a neck of
low and level land, the soil red shale and loam the valleys fertile and
well cultivated, and the hills well wooded. Through the valleys flow
several small brooks, such as Singack, Preakness, Krokaevall, Goffle, and
Ackerman’s Brooks.
” Goffle and New Manchester, a part of Paterson, are the chief villages
of the township. The population in 1830 was 3,397. In 1832 there were
741 taxables, 496 householders whose ratables did not exceed $30 in value,
80 single men, 7 stores, 8 gristmills, 1 cotton manufactory, 1 furnace, 10
saw-mills, 13 tan-vats, 2 distilleries, I wool-factory, 506 horses and mules,
and 1324 neat cattle over three years of age. The township paid a State
tax of $364.10, and a county tax of $690.26.”

George Van Riper.—His father, Garret I. Van
Riper, was a farmer at Bergen, in old Bergen County,
N. J. In 1815 he removed to Saddle River township,
where he died Feb. 24, 1821, aged eighty-two ,years.
He had one son, Jeremiah, by his first wife, who in-
herited the homestead at Bergen, and resided there
during his life. His second wife was Antlena Vree-
land, who died Sept. 25, 1819, aged sixty-three years,
leaving one son, George, subject of this sketch.
Garret Van Riper and his second wife were buried
in the graveyard at Paasaic.
George Van Riper was born June 3, 1787, and
during his minority received a good education from
books. He was well learned in civil engineering and
surveying, which, however, he gave little attention to
after his marriage, but he had a natural taste for
mathematics, as books now in possession of the
family, used by him, show much system and neatness.
He was united in marriage, July 23, 1814, to Clarissa,
daughter of George and Jane (Brinkerhoff) Vreeland,
who was born at Pamrapo, near Bergen,(Jersey City)
Dec. 25, 1794, and who survives and resides in
Paterson in 1881.
She is a woman of very retentive memory consider-
ing her age, well preserved in body and mind, and
still entertains socially and hospitably, as has always
been her custom, her many friends and relatives. Mr.
Van Riper and wife, the year following their mar-
riage, settled at Slaughter Dam, (Fair Lawn) in
Saddle River township,N.J., on a farm of some
three hundred acres, a property which his grandfather
George had owned, and which his father had inherited
and given to his sisters, Grietje and Alche.
Mr. Van Riper, who was familiarly known as
“Uncle George,” resided on this farm until his death,
May 23, 1857. He and his wife attended the Ac-
quackanonk Church,, where at different times he
served as elder and deacon. The children of this
union are Garret, born Oct. 16, 1815, died July 20,
1864. He was a farmer in Passaic County, and mar-
ried Martha Maria Romaine, who died, leaving chil-
dren,-Richard and Daniel R. Van Riper, Jane, wife
of Garret Newkirk, of Bergen; Cornelius, born Nov.
6, 1819, resided on a part of the homestead, and died
June 3, 1877, whose wife was Gatharine Jane Marce-
lis, who died Nov. 14, 1875, leaving children,-Clara
Jane and Edo; Helen; John G., born January, 1824,
married Maria Ann Romaine, of Lodi, and has three
children,-Georgianna, Romaine, and Louis P. The
other children of George Van Riper are Hartman
Vreeland, George G., Eliza Ann, and Henry.
Mrs. Van Riper’s paternal grandfather, Vreeland,
resided at Pamrapo, N. J. The Van Ripers, Vree-
lands, and Brinkerboffs are among the families who
trace their descent from an honorable ancestry, who
left their native country (Holland) to avoid persecu-
tion, and settled in this county, where their succeed-
ing generations have contributed to the development
of its various industries, and ranked among the
founders of all the cherished institutions of a free
country.

 

 

William Nelson (History of Paterson & Passaic, 1901) 5/6

Page 179a

dau. of Cornelius Brinckerhoff, south of Passaic Bridge; d. 
Oct. 7,1873.

VI. Gerrebrand, b. March 23, 1806, he was a young 
man of much promise; graduated from Princeton College in 
1827, and being piously inclined, entered the Theological 
Seminary at New Brunswick to prepare himself for the min- 
istry, but d. Jan.  11, 1828, unm., before he had completed 
his studies. 

Cornelus-Johannis-Cornelis-AeIt-Juriaen Thomasse and 
Marretye Gerritse had children :

I.  Gerrit, b. April  1, 1785;  m.  Maria Ecker  (Acker- 
son, Acker).  Issue: 1. Steve, b. Dec. 10, 1805; 2. Corne- 
lius, b. Nov. 11, 1807;  3.  Mary, b. Oct. 20, 1809;  4. John, 
b. Sept. 24, 1812;  3.  Peggy, b. April 24,  1815;  6. Garret, 
b. Aug. 26,1817.

II.  Cornelius, b. June 21, 1787;  m.  Margrietje Mau- 
russe, Nov. 7, 1813.  Ch., Garret Garrison, b. June 2, 1812.

III. Gerrebrant, b. Dec. 7, 1789.

IV. Abraham, b. June 19, 1796·

V. Jerre, b. Nov. 4, 1798.

VI. Rachel, b. March 6, 1801.

VII. Jacobes, b. June 21, 1805. 

Abraham-John-Abraham-Harmen-Jurinen Thomasse and 
Maria Spier ,(she was the dau. of John and Margaret Spier), 
m. Sept. 15, 1804, had children:

I.  John,  b.  Dec.  26,  1804;  m.  Maria,  daughter  of 
Abraham Van Blarcom, of Paterson, Dec. 26, 1828. John 
was a cabinet-maker by trade; d. about 1887.  He usually 
wrote his name John A. Van Riper.

II.  Sarah, b. Oct. 31, 1807;  m.  Garret Sip Van Win- 
kle (b. June 4, 1807, son of Garret-Jeremiah Van Winkle), 
of Bergen, Dec. 13, 1827.

III. Abraham Winne, b. June 3,  1815;  m. Nov. 27, 
1836, Clarissa, dau. of John Kip, a lumber dealer at Passaic; 
d. June 22, 1887.   Issue : 
i.  Jane  Kip,  d.  Feb.  14,  1838, aged 9 months,  7 days. 
ii.  Cornelius,  b.   Sept.  6,   1840;   m.   Adrianna,  dau.  of 
John N. Terhune, Sept. 19, 1866; she d. Dec. 9, 1893. 
Cornelius is a practising physician in the City of Passaic, 
and is also part proprietor of a drug store on Main avenue. 
Issue: i. Carrie Terhune, b. Nov. 8, 1868; d. Sept. 20, 1869; 
2. Arthur Ward,  b.  Aug.  19, 1870;  3.  John Terhune, b. 
April 20, 1872; 4. Aimee, b. May 13, 1875; d. Feb. 5, 1878; 
5. Cornelia Zabriskie, b. October 12, 1882. 
iii.  Abraham Harvey, b.  Dec.  17,  1854;  m. Clarissa Van 
Schaack McMechan, Dec. 9, 1878.  He is a practising phy- 
sician at Nutley, N. J.

IV. Eliza Ann, b. Oct. 11, 1818; lives in Philadel- 
phia, unm.

V. Margaret Lea, b. Nov.  17, 1822;  m. Theodore 
Sandford, of Belleville, Nov. 18, 1842; d. April 24, 1894- 
Issue: i. Margaret, d. Feb. 23, l85l, aged 5 mos., 6 days; 
2. Roswell Van Riper, d. April 12, l854, aged 1 yr., 2 mos.; 
3. Henry, d.  March 17,  1856,  aged 1 yr., 2 mos., 7 days; 
4. William Van Riper, d. March 7, 1859, aged 1 yr., 9 mos., 
7 days. 

Philip— John-Abraham— Harmen—Juriaen Thomasse and 
Lea (Lydia) King, m. Jan. 5, 1811, had children: 


Page 179b

I.  Elza  Jane,  b.  Nov. —, 1811;  m. Philip Van Bus- 
sum, of  Slooterdam; d. March 7, 1837, aged 25 yrs,4 mos, 
7 days.

II. John  Bradbury,  b.  March 20, 1814;  m, Sept. 24, 
1835, Gertrude, dau. of Adrian-Richard Van Houten, of To- 
towa.  She was b. April 21, 1816; d. Jan. 6, 1870.  John 
Bradbury Van Riper lived for many years at Centreville 
(Richfield), but now (1894) resides in Paterson.  Issue:

i.   Adrian,  b.  Jan.  lo,  1838;  d.  April  18,  1838. 
ii.  Philip  Henry, b. Oct 2,  1840;  m.  Caroline  Oliver, 
Oct.  18,  1861.  Children:  l. George Edgar, b.  May 5, 
1862; 2. John, b. April 16, 1865; d. March l, 1868; 3. Ger- 
trude, b. July 26, 1868; 4- Caroline, b. Feb. 28, 1874 ; d. 
1880; 5. Frederick, b. June 10, 1875; 6. Edward, b. June 
19,1881. 
iii.  Margaret, b. July 8,  1843;  m. Alfred  Hudd. 
iv.  Adrian,  b. Aug.  10,  1845; m. Mary Elizabeth Zeek, 
June 13, 1866.  Children: l. Frank, b. July l, 1868; 2. 
Maggie May, b. July 5, 1869; 3. John B., b. April 23, 1871 ; 
d. —; 4. Jane, b. Aug. 23, 1872; 5. Julia; 6. Abraham, 
b. Jan. 9, 1877; 7. William, b. June 8, 1879;  8. Carrie, b. 
April 14,1884. 
v.  Helen Maria, b. Dec. 7, 1846 ; m. Henry Vreeland, 
Feb. 4,1868. 
vi.  Catharine Jane, b.  Nov.  26, 1849 ; m.  Frank Van 
Cleve (b. in New York City, Jan. 24, 1853, son of Garret 
Van Cleve, of the Ponds neighborhood, and Catharine 
Schoonmaker, dau. of Henry Schoonmaker, of Centre- 
ville, who was a son of the Rev.  Henricus Schoonmaker, 
pastor of the Acquackanonk church, l774-18l6), Feb. 11, 
l874.  Children: l. Garret, b. July 31, 1875 ; 2. Gertrude, 
b. June 29,1876. 
vii.  Lea Ann, b. Nov. 9, 1853; m. , Henry Kip, of  Poli- 
fly, Feb. 11, 1874. 
viii.  George Edgar, b. May 5, 1862.

III. Helen Ann, b. Oct. 7,1818;  m. Tunis Sip, son of 
Isaac and Marytje Sip, of Centreville.

IV. Abraham, b. Sept., 1820; m. 1st, Anne, dau. of 
David Alyea, at Richfield; she d. Jan. 20, 1844 aged 25 
yrs., 9 mos., 18 days(1) ;  2d,  Eliza, dau. of  John  T. Garra- 
brant, of Stone House Plains, b. 1891; she d. 1893,

V. Lea Maria, b. July, 1824; m. Alfred Cockefair, 
near Bloomheld.

VI. Catharine Susan, b. 1826; m. George Kinter, of 
Hout-tuyn, near Peru station, on the Paterson and Newark 
Railroad.

VII. Margaret, b. 1830; d. Jan. 13, 1834, aged 4 yrs., 
2 mos., 22 days.

Jurrie-Christophel-Jurrie-Jan-Juriaen Thomasse and Eliz- 
abeth Van Blerkorn had children:

I.  Christofel, b. May 9, 1793; m, 1st, Jennecke (Jane, 
b. Sept. 23, 1794), dau. of Isaac Van Saun and  Catelyntje 
Merselis, of Lower Preakness; she d. —; 2d, Mar- 
garet (Peggy),  wid.  of —  .  He was  known  as 
“Stoffel” Van Riper, and sometimes was called “Stoffel” 
Yereance; the old Dutch people called him ” Chrisen’s

_____
(1) She left one child,Anne,who m. James Doremus; 
     of Montville.



Page 180a

Yerry’s Stoffel”—-Christopher Uriah’s  Christopher.  He 
bought from the heirs of Dr. Ebenezer Blachley, April 30, 
1814, for $1,750, the former residence of the Doctor—a 
long frame building, two stories high, set a few feet back 
from the street, on a half-acre plot on the south side of 
Market street, 125 feet 9 inches east of Clark street, or, as 
the deed says: “beginning at a stake standing in the south 
side of the street leading from the Factory to the bridge 
erected by Thomas Kean, and distant from the margin of 
the brook at the south end of said bridge about 230 feet,” 
etc.(1)  The plot was 66 feet front on Market street, by 330 
feet deep.  By deed Feb. 22, 1830, from the S. U. M., for 
$175, he added a plot 25×300 feet on the east side of his 
first purchase.(2)   The ground  in  the rear of the house was 
low and swampy until within fifteen or twenty years.  In 
the yard was a well, with an old-fashioned sweep attached. 
The house had the entrance in the middle of the front, ap- 
proached by a small stoop, on one side of which was a cellar 
door.  “Stoffel,” as he was always called, was a carpenter 
by trade; he had a shop back of his house, and employed 
three or four men when he had occasion, and at other times 
worked as a journeyman.  In person, he was very short and 
very stout, and like most corpulent men he had an unfailing 
fund of humor, enjoying nothing better than a joke, under 
any and all circumstances.  His fame rests principally 
upon his military prowess, for he was Captain of one of the 
unorganized militia companies, which in his day were com- 
posed of the citizens who were required by law to turn out 
periodically for training.  They were a motley crew, with- 
out uniforms or arms, often in their shirt-sleeves.  “Stoffel” 
entered heartily into the absurdity of the spectacle, as at- 
tested by countless stories that have come down to us.  Yea, 
even the poetic muse has been invoked to celebrate the 
martial deeds of his “trained band:” 

        “March! March’ 
        Stoffel Van Riper’s men! 
        Up to the sidewalk, and right away back again.” 
  Or thus: 
        “Stoffel Van Riper! 
        Stoffel Van Riper! 
        Turn out your toes when you go ‘round a corner. 
                Stoffel Van Riper! 
                Stoffel Van Riper!” 

When drilling the men in “marking time,” his order 
would be, “Hay foot, straw foot.”  Once when parading on 
Main street, between Ward and Oliver, he was somewhat 
puzzled, but finally gave the command, “With your backs to 
the Sandy Hill,(3) and your fronts to the Brick Church,(4) for- 
ward, march !”  At another time his company were advanc- 
ing across a field; they approached a fence; “Stoffel” for- 
got how to stop them, and the men, in a spirit of mischief, 
began climbing the fence into a cultivated field.  In de- 
spair, their commander appealed to Capt. Garrabrant: “Cap- 
tain, Captain, stops my men!”   “Halt!” rang out the order. 
_____
(1) Essex County Transcribed Deeds, E, 112. 
(2) Ib., H, 580. 
(3) Afterwards known as Colt’s Hill; removed in 1891-92. 
(4) The Firat Presbyterian Church. 



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“Gracious!  why couldn’t I think of that,” ejaculated 
“Stoffel.”  One day he was drilling his company in Market 
street, opposite his residence, and was particularly zealous 
to impress his wife and neighbors with his dignity and his 
abilities.   As he put the company through one  manoeuvre 
after another, he gradually backed nearer and nearer to his 
house—and suddenly disappeared through the open cellar 
door!  In great alarm his wife ran to his relief.  But the 
military instinct was uppermost in his breast; he waved her 
imperiously away, even as he lay tumbled in a heap at the 
foot of the cellar steps, and majestically exclaimed:  “Go 
away, woman! what do you know about WAR?”  The day 
at last came, however, when the doughty warrior had to 
lay aside his sword and succumb to a greater conqueror. 
His will, dated Aug. 26,  1854, was proved April 16, 
l856.(l)  His executors—Peter F. Ryerson and John Michael 
Van Blarcom—sold what was left of his homestead. May I5, 
1838, to Anthony Van Riper. (2)

II. Jurrie, b. Dec. 21, 1796; removed to Western New 
York, and afterwards to Michigan.

III. Jacemine, b. Dec. 27, 1796; m.  Hendrick-Adrian 
Van Riper, of the Wesel road, Dec. 5, 1813.(3)

IV. Annaatje, b. March 25, 1799; m. — Bush, from 
the Ponds neighborhood (now Oakland, Bergen county).

V. Lenau, b. March 13, 1803.

VI. Andrew, b. Jan.9, 1807; went west with his father.

VII. Hassel, b.Jan. 7, 1810; went West with his father.

VIII. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 28, 1812. 
One of these daughters m. Edo Van Saun (sister of Stof- 
fel’s first wife) as his second wife. 

John-Cornelius-Johannes-Juriaen-Thomas-Juriaen Thom- 
asse and Sophronia Van Blarcom had children:

I.  Cornelius, b. Aug. 21, 1811. 
II.  Hannah, b. May 15, 1814. 
III. Henry, b. Feb. 25, 1818. 
IV. James, b. Nov. 18, 1821. 
V. Catharine V. B., b. June 6, 1825. 

Peter Van Houten-Thomas-Jacob-Harmen-Juriaen Thom- 
asse and Ann Brown had children:

I.  George  Percival,  b.  June  24,  1845;  m.  June  12, 
1867, Charlotte C., dau. of James Beardsley and Phoebe 
Paxton; the bride was the youngest ever married in the Sec- 
ond Presbyterian church, having passed her fifteenth birth- 
day by only four months.  Issue:  l. Loretta, b. Nov. 5, 
1869, m. William A. Lawrence, of Newark, N. J., Sept. 12, 
1893; 2. George, d. May 4, 1871, aged one month, 14 days; 
3. Emma, d.  Dec. 24,  1875, aged 3 yrs., 5 mos., 25 days; 
4. Wiibur D., b. May 31, 1874, d. in inf.; 5. Lottie, b. Aug. 
5, 1879; 6.  Ethel; 7.  Walter,  b.  May 24, 1881;  d.  June5, 
1881; 8. Percival, b. Sept. 16, 1882; d. Oct. ll, 1886.

II. Emma Frances, b. July 13, 1848; m. Isaac Scull, 
jun., of Paterson; d. Nov. 7, 1876.

III. Ellen, b. April 26, l85l; d. in inf.

IV. Lauretta, b. Aug. 11, 1857; d. Sept. 23, 1878. 
_____

(1) Passaic County Wills, B, 97. 
(2) Essex County Transcribed Deeds, D 2, 189. 
(3) See p. 174.


Page 181 a

The following data are gleaned from various sources, 
principally from the Acquackanonk and Totowa church 
records:

Abraham Van Riper m. Catrina Van Winkel, both living 
at Acquackanonk, Nov. 16,1763.  Ch., Helena,  b.  April 
20,1766.

Abraham Van Riper m. Catrina Winne. Ch. Lea, b. 
Oct 3,1755.

Abraham Van Riper, widower, m. Neesje Gerritse, widow 
of Gerrit Gerrebrantse, March 4, 1781.

Abraham Van Riper m. Tryntje Van Winkle, March 29, 
1812.  Ch., Joseph, b. July 1, 1815; m. Aletta —; he 
was a very large man, and a cripple; he kept tavern at Pas- 
saic for some years:  Issue: l. Prync; 2. Joseph; 3. Daniel; 
4. Sally; 5. Halmagh; 6. Lena.

Abraham C. Van Riper m. Bridget Post.  Ch., Anna, b. 
Jan. 31,1819.

Abraham A. Van Rypen m. Theodosie (Dorotie) Wester- 
velt, Aug. 8, 1789.   He d. in 1810, and his widow and  ad- 
ministratrix conveyed to David Kough, of Saddle River, 
Sept.  17,  1810, for $600, by virtue of an order of the 
orphans’ court, all the real estate of said Abraham Van 
Riper, “bounded north by land of Cornelius H. Doremus, 
east on Passaic river, south on the drift way, (1) west on the 
main road,(2) one and a half acres. “(3) He lived on these 
premises in 1796,(4) Issue: 
i.   Teunis,  b.  July 22,  1791. 
ii.  Johannes, b. Sept. 9,  1794. 
iii.  Elizabeth, b. June 4, 1799; m. Henry  Whitely;  he 
was b. in County Caven, Ireland, about 1794; left Belfast 
May l, 1819, arrived June 19 at Whitehall, N. Y., and was 
naturalized June 24, 1824, at Paterson; d. in 1867 or 1868; she 
d. about the same time; for many years he kept a grocery 
store on the south side of Broadway, about where Wash- 
ington street now enters that thoroughfare; he also owned 
considerable land at South Paterson.  Issue:  l. Robert 
John, b. Jan. 16, 1825; m. Mary Caroline Jackson (b. 
Dec. 6, 1849, dau. of James Jackson, for many years Pres- 
ident of the Passaic County National Bank, now the Second 
National Bank of Paterson, and Caroline Burnett), April 
20,  1870;  began  studying  medicine with Dr.  William 
Magee, of Paterson, April 10,  1843 ; graduated at the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, 1847 ; he 
was a very popular physician in Paterson up to the time 
of his sudden death, April 10, 1879; he left two children: 
1. Elizabeth; 2. Arthur Laurence.    2. Thomas,  b. July 25, 
1826; d. in infancy; 3. Susanna Dorinda, b. Jan. 25, 1828; 
4. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 24, 1829; d. April 24, 1891; 5. Henry 
George, b. Feb. 8, 1832; d. in infancy; 6. Thomas, b. April 
24,1834, m, Ellen—; removed to San Francisco, Cal., 
where he d. June, 1893, leaving two children: l. Caroline 
W. Baker; 2. Henry M. 7. Henry George, b. Sept. 21, 
1836. 
_____ 
(1) Crooks avenue. 
(2) The Wesel road. 
(3) Essex Transcribed Deeds, B, 450. 
(4) Hist. Passaic County Roads, 26. 



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iv. William.

An Abraham Van Riper lived near Franklin, probably 
on the Goffle road, in 1795.  In 1829 his dwelling house was 
on the Goffle Road, 65 chains from John S. Van Winkle’s. (1)

Adriaan Van Rypen, of Belleville, m. Rachel Koejeman, 
dau. of Hendrick Koejeman, Jan. 19, 1764; her will, dated 
Jan. 18, 1816, was proved March 31, 1817.  Issue:  l. Cor- 
nelius, b. Oct. 27, 1765; m. Helena Marlin; ch„ Rachel, 
b. May 15, 1796. 2. Marretje, b. Feb. 18, 1768; m. John P. 
Sandford; 3. John; 4. Rachel, b. Aug. l5, 1773; m. John 
Williams; 5. Hendrick, bap. Feb. l5, 1778.

Adrian Van Riper m. Sarah Kelliham, Aug. l, 1784.

Adriaan Van Riper m. Sarah Ackerman.  Ch., Abraham, 
b. Sept. 14,1787.

Aaltje Van Riper m. Rynier Van Giesen.  Issue:  l. Cath- 
arina, b.  May 4,  1788;  2. Rachel, b. Sept. 21,1791; 3. 
Aaltje, b. May 3, 1793. 4. Maria, b. June 28, 1795.

Christina Van Ryper m. James Lindford (Jacobus Linck- 
foot), July 27, 1761 (N. Y.).  Issue:  l. Mareitje, b. May 
23, 1774, bap. at Second River; 2. Johannes, b. at Acquack- 
nonk, April 18,1780.

Cornelius Van Rype m. Elizabeth Davenport, of N. Y., 
Aug. 14,1783.

Corneljous Van Riper m. Elysebeth Van Riper.  Ch., 
Catrenau, b. March 28, 1794.

Cornelius Van Rypen m. Margrietje Post, Dec. 27, 1801. 
Ch., Margrietje, b. Aug. 23, 1802.

Elizabeth Jurrianse m. Abraham S. Van Imburgh.  Ch., 
Simeon, b. May 24, 1796.

Ellen Van Riper m. John Van Giesen.  Ch„ Merselis, b. 
Aug. 1, 1821.

Frederick Jurrianse m. Catharina Van Eydestyn, July 10, 
1808.

Gerret Jurrianse m. Jannetje Post, April 2, 1809.

Gerrit Van Riper m. Catryntje Van Rypen.  Ch., Jan- 
netje, b. Oct. —, 179I.

Garret Van Riper, of Saddle River, m. Jane Cadmus, m. 
bond dated Sept. 25, 1790.

Gerret Van Riper m. Jenny Treuter.  Issue;  l. Jane, b. 
July 25, 1801; 2. Polly, b. Sept. 23, 1803.

Gerret Van Rypen m. Jane Hennion, Aug. 9, 1805.

Garret Van Rypen m. Elizabeth Simonson, Jan. 14, 1815. 
Ch., Eleanor V. H., b. March 10, 1819.

Geesje Van Rypen m. Jacob Stur, Nov. 16, 1793.

Gerret Van Riper, Nicholas Mandeville and Albert Ter- 
hune, trustees appointed by act of the Legislature, passed 
Nov. 11, 1807, to sell lands of Gerrit Van Riper, of Bergen 
County, deceased, conveyed to Roelof Jacobus, April 6, 
1808, several tracts in Saddle River township, on Pequan- 
nock river, near Beaver Dam Brook, 175 acres(2) and to 
Gerrit G. Van Riper, tract at Preakness, on the west side of 
Singac Brook, next to land formerly of Cornelius Doremus,
33.40 acres.(3)  This Garret Van Riper d. Nov. 27, 1804, aged 
73 yrs., 3 mos., 11 days,  Sophia, his wife, d. Oct. 31, 1806, 
aged 70 yrs., 11 mos., 13 days.  They are buried at Pequa- 
nac, Wayne township. 
_____ 
(1) Hist. Passaic Co. Roads, 55. 
(2) Bergen County Transcribed Deeds, E, 545. 
(3) Bergen County Transcribed Deeds E, 548. 

 

TO BE CONTINUED; page 182, being the last page of the Van Riper section, is still missing.


VAN RIPER GENEALOGY INDEX 
 by William Nelson   from 
“The History of Paterson and Passaic County” 
(INDEX OF NAMES COPIED FROM REPRINTED BOOK)

 

VAN REIPEN, Jacob C ………………… 163 
VAN REIPER, Cornelius ……………….. 122 
Jacob ……………………….. 138 
VANREPENE, Thornas………………… 137 
VAN REYPEN, Cornelius …………….. 163,171 
Garret D……………………….. 176 
VAN RUPEN, Maria ………………….. 164 
VAN RIPE, Feitje …………………….. 164 
VAN RIPEN, Abraham T …………………98 
Aeltje ………………………….97 
Antje …………………………160 
Catharina……………………… 151 
Christina ……………………… 160 
Cornelius ………………… 97,127,171 
Cornelius C. ……………………. 170 
Daniel  ……………………….. 170 
Derrick …………………………99 
Dirck ………………………… 140 
Elizabeth ……………………… 127 
Garret ……………………….. 120 
Garret …………………………97 
Garrit……………………… 155,160 
Garrit Thomasse ………….. 155 
Geurt……………………………..160 
Harman ………………………. 160 
Helena……………………….. 160 
Isaac ………………………… 160 
Jacob ……………………….. 160 
Jacob jun ………………… 156 
Jannetje…………………….. 97,160 
Jannitje ………………………. 156 
Johannis . ……………………. .. 97 
John ………………………… 160 
Judey ……………………….. 160 
Jurian Tomasse. ………………..  96 
Jurrie………………………… 127 
Lea ………………………. 156,160 
Margrietje……………………… 101 
Marite  ……………………….. 155 
Marritje……………………….  160 
Pietertje . …………………….. .. 99 
Richard ………………………. 160 
Sarah………………………… 160 
Simon ………………………. 182 
Thomas ……………… 127,156,160,176f

VAN RIPER ………………….. 86,239,331 
Aaltje ………………………… 181 
Abraham …….. 70,131,159,159f,160,161,163 
……………… 165,171,172,179,181,203 
………………… 208,242,246,394,410 
Abraham C ……………….. 148,181 
Abraham Harvey ………………… 179 
Abraham T ……… …………… 98,127 
Abraham Thomasse………………..70 
Abraham Winne ………………. 179,208 
Abram ……………………… 70,74 
Abram Thomasse ………………….70 
Adriaan …………………. 171,172,181 
Adrian . . .. 131,161,163,166,167, 
                    174,181,182,200 
Adrian G. ………………………174 
Aegie………………………… 170 
Aeltje ……………………… 162,172 
Aimee ……………………….. 179 
Aletta………………………… 172 
Alexander ……………….. 164,172,174 
Altje…………………………. 161 
Altye ………………………… 157 
Amsey (Amzi)…………………… 185 
Andrew …………………. 173,174,180 
Ann ………………………. 251,365 
Ann Elizabeth…………………… 172 
Anna ……………………… 176,181 
AnnaaQe ………….. 183,171,175,180.418 
Annaatje ……………………… 158 
Annatje ……………………. 170,172 
Anne ……………………….. 179f 
Annie………………………… 174 
Anthony………………………. 180 
Antje ……….. 161,167,169,171,173,175,212 
Antje (Ann)…………………….. 187 
Antje Vreeland ………………….. 175 
Antye………………………… 174 
Araantje  ……………………… 164 
Ariaantje (Adriana) ……………….. 172 
Arthur E. ……….. ……………. 174 
Arthur Ward ……………………. 179 
Bailitye……………………….. 157 
Beelitje…………………….. 162.170 
Benjamin ……………………… 175 
Benjamin E …………………….172 
Bertha ……………………….. 174 
Caroline………………………. 177 
Carmine Elizabeth …………… 174 
Carrie Terhune………………….. 179 
Caspar ………………………. 161 
Casparus…………………….. 169 
Cathrina  165,167,169,171,174,175,182,191,194f 
Catharina Sophia ………………… 175 
Catharine…………………… 170,174 
Cathrine Maria …………………. 172 
Catharine Susan  …… 179 
Catharine V B  …………………..180 
Catlyntje  ……………………… 170 
Catrenau ……………………… 181 
Catriena……………………. 158,163 
Catrina…………………….. 131,161 
Catrintje………………………. 170 
Christena (Styntje, Stientje) ………….. 169 
Christofel……………………… 179 
Christophel …………………. 163,172 
Christopher ……………………. 219 
Chrittophar (Stoffel) ……………….291 
Clarence Hunter…………………. 131 
Clarrissa ………………………. 176 
Cornelia………………………. 172 
Cornelia Zabriskie ……………….. 179 
Cornelis…………………… 159f,170 
Cornelius . . . 72,96,131,149,158,162,163,165,170, 
……… 171,175,176,177,179,180,218,365,403 
Cornelius G. ……………………. 197 
Cornelius I…………………….. 170 
Cornelius John…………………… 72 
Cornelius Gerrit …………………. 325 
Corneljous …………………….. 181 
Cornelus ………………… 162.169,170 
Daniel …………. 147,157,162,170,176,181 
Daniel Romaine …………………. 175 
Derick …………………….. 102,237 
Derrick………………….. 161,165,170 
Derrick (Richard)  ………………… 177 
Dickie  ………………………… 166 
Dirck ……………..  161,162,164,165,166 
Dirck Thomaase…………………. 157 
Edo .. ………….. ………….. 347f 
Edwin ……………………….. 176 
Eldrick …………………….. 125,164 
Eleanor ………………………. 172 
Elesabeth……………………… 173 
Elias ……………………… 131,169 
Elisabeth …………………… 161,174 
Eliza ……………………… 174,162 
Eliza Ann ………….. 172,176,179,208,359 
Eliza Jane  …………………….. 179 
Elizabeth . .. ..  70,154,165,166,167,170,171,172, 
……… 173,174,175,176,177,180,161,203,207 
Elizabeth Ann…………………… 176 
Elizabeth Jane ………………….. 174 
Ellen …………….. 165,174,180,181,271 
Ellen Jane ……………. 172,175,176,259 
Elsje ………………………… 178 
Elysebet………………………. 117 
Elysebeth……………………… 181 
Emeline ……………………. 173.175 
Emma …………………….. 174,180 
Emma Frances………………….. 180 
Esther ……………………….. 172 
Ehel ……………………. 180 
Feytye ……………………….. 165 
Frances ………………………. 176 
Frank………………………… 174 
Frederick ……………………… 174 
Garrabrant…………………….. 403 
Garret   157,162,164,166,172,175,176,179,161,418 
Garret D……………………….. 176 
Garret Garrison ……………. 179,365 
Garret I ……………………….161 
Garrit………………………… 158 
Geertje ………………………..224 
Geertje(Getty, Gitty) ……………….220 
Geertje (Gitty)…………………… 178 
George ……………… 174,175,176,180 
George (Joris) ………….. 175 
George Percival ………… 180 
Georgiana …………………….. 176 
Gerrebrand …………………. 171,179 
Gerebrant……………….. 176,179,221 
Gerret ……. 161,164,169,170,172,177,181,182 
Gerretye………………………. 173 
Gerrit……….. 72,162,164,165,170,171,172. 
……………… 173,174,177f,178,179,181 
Garrit G. ………………………. 181 
Gemt Planten…………………… 174 
Gerrit-Adrian  ………………… 167,173 
Gerritje……………………….. 173 
Gertrude ………………… 172,175,203 
Gitty Ann …………………… 167,174 
Halmagh ……………………… 161,181 
Hannah ………………………. 180 
Harman ……………………. 164,182 
Harne ……………………….. 165 
Harmen ……………… 164,165,169,344f 
Harmen (Harmanus)………………. 164 
Harpan ………………………. 171 
Harpert ………………………. 162 
Harriet E.  ………………. …….. 172 
Hartman Vreeland ……………….. 176 
Hassel……………………….. 180 
Helen………………………… 176 
Helen Ann ………………….. 177,179 
Helena………………….. 164,176,181 
Helmigh………………………. 161 
Hendrick ………………… 165,182,357 
Hendrick (Henry) ………………… 174 
Hendrick-Adrian …………………. 180 
Henry ………. 166,172,173,174,176,180,182 
Henry-John ……………………. 376 
Herman ………………………. 164 
Hessel……………………….. 171 
Hiley ………………………… 176 
Horrip ……………………….. 162 
lsaac ……………..  161,165,169,175,341 
Isaac Z.  ……………………….176 
Jacemine………………… 174,180,182 
Jacob …… 128,130,158,162,163,164,165,172, 
……… 173,175,178,232,243,247,254,402,410 
Jacob B………………………. 173 
Jacob Berdan ………………….. 172 
Jacob G. ……… ……. ……… 170,175 
Jacob H. ………… ……………. 200 
Jacob J. ………………………. 165 

Jacobes ………………… . 179 
Jacobus…………………. 165,169,170 
James……. 122,127,165,169,172,173,180,347f 
James H. ………………………169 
Jan …………………………. 171 
Jan Tomasin …………………… 161 
Jane .  131,165,170,172,173,174,175,176,291,325 
Jane Kip ……………………… 179 
Jannetje . .. .. 161,162,169,170,171,178f,181,317f 
Jannetje (Jane)  …………… 171 
Jenneke…………………. 160,166,175 
Jennie ……………………….. 177. 
Jennie C ……………………… 172 
Jenny ……………………….. 163 
Jeremiah …………………… 175,182 
Jerre ………………………… 179 
Jerry …………………… 168,170,175 
Jerry (Jared)  …………………… 222 
Johannes.. 64,165,166,169,170,171,172,174,175,181 
Johannes (John) ………………… 161 
Johannis ……….. 161,162,165,171,174,356 
Johannis Thomasse………………. 242 
John …. 131,157,158,159,160,162,164,165,166 
……….. 167,168,172,173,174,175,176,177, 
…………… 179,208,218,223,357,367,376 
John A…………………… 164,171,179 
John B ……….. ……. 165f,167f,260,372 
John Bradbury………………….. 179 
John G. …………………. 172,174,176 
John H ……………………….169 
John Henry …………………. 174,176 
John Jacob ……………………. 173 
John Terhune ………………….. 179 
Joris  ………………………… 169 
Joris (George)  ………………….. 173 
Joseph ………………………. 181 
Josephine …………………….. 376 
Judick ……………………….. 165 
Judie………………………… 165 
Julia  ………………………… 174 
Juriah ……………………….. 173 
Jurrie………….. 162,168,169,170,171,172, 
………………… 180,219,221,222,365 
Jurrie (Uriah)  …………………… 168 
Jurrie C ……………………….248 
Jurrie-Christophel………………… 174 
Laurence ……………………… 175 
Lauretta ………………………. 180 
Lea ……………… 161,162,168,169,181 
Lea Maria……………………… 179 
Leah ………………………… 154 
Leah Ann……………………… 173 
Lecya ……………………….. 158 
Lena ………………………… 181 
Lenau ……………………….. 180 
Letitia………………………… 175 
Letty  ……………………..  176,176f 
Leuya ……………………….. 158 
Loretta……………………….. 180 
Lottie ……………………….. 180 
Louis P ………………………. 359 
Louis Phillip ………………. 176 
Louisa ……………………….. 174 
Lybetje……………………….. 169 

Lydia …………………… 165 
Maragrieta …………………….. 170 
Maragriete ·················· ··························· 164,177 
Margaret ……….. 169,174,177,179,182,368 
Margaret (Peggy)……………… 168,174 
Margaret Lea …………………… 179 
Margrietje ································  170,171,172,175 
Margrietje (Pegge) ……………….. 171 
Maria……………….. 172,173,182,296f 
Marian ……………………….. 175 
Marinus ……………………. 416,446 
Marinus  (Marynus) ……………….. 161 
Marragrietje ……………………. 162 
Marregriet …………………….. 166 
Marretje ………………  166,168,170,218 
Marretje (Mary)………………….. 171 
Marritje  ………… 161,164,165,173,178f,182 
Martha……………………….. 173 
Martin  ……………………….. 165 
Martin L ……………… ………. 174 
Martin Raymond…………………. 174 
Mary ……….  163,164,165,166,174,178f,179 
Mary Ann………………….. 165,348f 
Mary Ann (Polly) …………………. 173 
Mary Anna…………………….. 173 
Mary Elizabeth ………………….. 173 
Marynus ……………………… 175 
Marytje ·························  164,165,166,169,170,182 
Michael ………………………. 170 
Mortimer Boswood ………… 172 
Nancy ……………………….. 172 
Neeltje………………….. 164,171,182 
Neesje………………….. 147,150,172 
Nicholas  ……………………… 175 
Pegge ……………………….. 163 
Peggy …………………….. 173,179 
Parcival ………………………. 180 
Percy R ………………………. 174 
Peter ……………….. 173,174,196,203 
Peter jun ………………………196 
Peter Speer ……………………. 177 
Peter Van Houten ………………… 172 
Philip …………….. 159,160,164,172,182 
Philip I…………………….. 164,172 
Pieter………………………… 177 
Pietertje ……………………. 169,172 
Polly ………………………… 177 
Pryne………………………… 181 
Rachel.. 161,163164,170,175,177,179,182,263f,325 
Rachel Ann …………………….175 
Ragel………………………… 165 
Richard.. 165,166,173,174,176,177,356,418,442,446 
Richard (Dirck)………………….. 173 
Richard H  ……………………..174 
Richard I (Jan) ………………….. 161 
Richard J ……. …………….. 199,350 
Romaine Vreeland ……………….. 176 
Rosa ………………………… 174 
Searitje (Sarah)………………….. 173 
Sally ……………………… 181,182 
Sarah………….. 164,165,175,179,208,338f 
Sarah Elisabeth …………………. 173 
Sarah Matilda…………………… 174 
Seithtee …………… 163 

Sietje …………………… 170 
Simeon …………………. 160,169,175 
Simeon I ………………………355 
Simon …………………….. 161,173 
Sophia…………………….. 172,262 
Stephen…………………. 175,176,222 
Steve………………………… 179 
Stoffel …………………….. 179,259 
Styntje ……………………….. 355 
Teunis ……………………….. 181 
Thomas. . . 161,164,165,168,169,172,173,242,257 
Thomas Cadmus ………………… 177 
Thomas— Henry ……………….. 172,174 
Thomas J …………………….. 350 
Thomas Juriaense……………….. 210 
Uriah ……………..  129,166,174,249,392 
Uriah J…………………. 147,173,348f 
Uriah Richard……………… 165 
Urian ……………………………153 
Uyldrick (Eldrick)  ………. 164 
Waling ……………………….. 178 
Walter ……………………….. 180 
Wilbur D ………………………180 
William……………………….. 181 
William Mortimer………… 172 
Yonitye  …………………….. 157 
Yurrie………………………… ..165 

VAN RYPE

Abraham ………………. 155,157 
Annaetje …………………… 340,353 
Annatje ……………………. 340,353 
Antje …………………………311 
Catharine……………………… 158 
Catrina…………………….. 160,165 
Charity……………………….. 158 
Christina  ……………………… 155 
Christoffel  …………………….. 155 
Christophel  …………….164 
Chrisyn ………………………. 158 
Cornelius …………………181 
Derrick……………………..125 
Elizabeth ………………….249 
Elizabeth (Lybetje) …..242 
Frederick ………………….155 
Frerik (Frederick)  …….158 
Garrebrant………………..158 
Garrit……………………… .125,155 
Geurt………………………..155 
Harrnen ……………………158 
Isaac ……………………… .155,182 
Jacob ……………………… 155 
Jannetje…………………… 245 
Jenneke……………………. 246,305 
Johannis …………………. 155 
John ………………………… 158 
Judah ………………………. 158 
Jurie Janeze  …………….. 158 
Jurriaan Thomasse…… 304 
Jurrie………………………… 155 
Lybetje…………………….. 243 
Magdalen…………………. 158 

Marragrietje …………….. 162,170 
Marretje ………………………. 182 
Maritje  ………………………. 158 
Mary ………………………… 158 
Marytie……………………….. 155 
Marytje……………………….. 182 
Mettie (Metje) ……………. 158 
Petrus ……………………….. 182 
Rachel……………………….. 142 
Saertje…………………….. 160,165 
Sarah……………………… 155,158 
Sarah Jurriyanse…………… 182 
Thomas ……………………. 155,161 

VAN RYPEN

Aaltje ………………… 168,267 
Aaron ……………………… 182 
Abraham …………………. 212 
Abraham A………………. 181 
Adriaan …………………… 181 
Adrian …………………….. 200 
Annaatje ………………… 182 
Annaetje…………………….99 
Antje……………….. 182,304,311 
Catharina……………………… 200 
Catharine …………………….. 257 
Catreintje…………………….. 170 
Catrienna……………………… 216 
Catrienntje……………………. 162 
Catryntje…………………….. 181 
Caty …………………………267 
Christophel (Christopher) . 160 
Christopher …………………..189 
Cornelius………………. 181,182,249 
Cornelius  C ……………………. 163 
Cornelius Spier  ……………… 182 
Crestoffel……………………… 160 
Dirck (Derrick) ……………….246 
Eleanor V H ………………….. 181 
Qarret …………………….. 162,182 
Garret ……………………….. 181 
Harmen ………………………. 189 
Hendrick …………………….. 181 
Hendrickye …………………. 182 
Isaac ………………………… 182 
Jacob ………………….. 160,163,182 
Jan……………………………..157 
Jane ……………………….. 182 
Jannetje…………………… 187 
Janneke…………………… 248 
Jerre ………………………… 165 
Johannes…………………… 162,182 
Johannes C……………………. 162 
Johannes H ……………………. 160 
John ……………….. 152,158,181,182 
John A……………………….. 182 
John J …….. ………………… 182 
John Thomasse ………….. 156 
Juria Thomassa …………… 152 
Jurian ……………………….. 139 
Lena ………………………… 182 
Leya ……………………… 248,256 
Lybetje ……………………….. 144 
Lybetje (Elizabeth) ……… 147 
Maragrieta…………………… 143 
Maragretje………………….. 89,134 
Margrietjee ……….. 88,181,341,354 
Marian ………………………..182 
Maritje ………………………..160 
Marretje …………………. 162,181,253 
Marritje ……………………….246 
Martje ……………………….. 139 
Marytje1……………………….. 245 
Marytje (Molly) …………….247 
Metje …………………….. 144,147 
Nicholas ……………………… 182 
Phelip…………………………… 124 
Rachel ………………….. 181,182,392 
Richard ………………………. 140 
Simeon I ………………………169 
Simon (Simeon) ……………….248 
Thomas ……………… 153,162,182,423 
Uldrick ……………………….. 349 

VAN RYPER

Abraham ………………… 158 
Adryan……………………. 156 
Christina …………………… 181 
Derick ……………………….. 119 
Derrick……………………….. 156 
Dirck …………………………157 
Garret ……………………….. 156 
Garret G……………………….182 
Garrit………………………… 182 
Helameck……………………156 
Helemich ……………….. 156 
Isaac thomasse ……….. 119 
James ……………………. 182 
Jan ………………………….156 
Jerry ………………………… 158 
Johannes G………………. 182 
John ………………………… 156 
Jurjaen  ………………………. 158 
Marrithye ………………….. 156 
Nickase ………………………. 182 
Richard J ……… …………… ..418 
Thomas ………………………. 156 
  
(this ends the Index)

 

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1860 Van Riper census,Saddle River,Union,Lodi Twp.,N.J.

Saddle River Twp. included today’s towns of Ridgewood(Godwin), Glen Rock, Fair Lawn, Paramus, Saddle Brook (formely what was left of Saddle River Twp.), Garfield, and Elmwood Park (East Paterson)

1860
VAN RIPER

New Jersey
Bergen County
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Saddle River Twp., P.O. Godwinville-(now called Ridgewood)
page 308, sheet 6, image 6, June 28
M653-roll 683

35-40
Jane Van Riper-35-F-W-$6,000-$800-b.NJ
(wife of Jeremiah)
Stephen Van Riper-19-M-W-apprentice carpenter-b.NJ
Catherine Van Riper-17-F-W-b.NJ
Susan Van Riper-12-F-W-b.NJ
Cezan Bell-70-M-B-slave-cannot read or write-b.NJ
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Saddle River Twp.-P.O. Godwin
Page:309,sheet 07 , image 07, June 27
M653-roll 683

39-46
John Van Riper-36-M-W-farmer-$10,000-$5,000-b.N.J..
Maria Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.J..
Georgiana Van Riper-9-F-W-attending school-b.N.J..
Vreeland Van Riper-6-M-W-attending school-b.N.J..
Lewis Van Riper-4-M-W-attending school-b.N.J..
Maria Dean-36-F-W-servant-b.N.J..
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Saddle River Twp.-P.O. Godwin
Page 311, sheet 09, image 09, June 29
M653-roll 683

54-62
John N. Van Riper-45-M-W-farmer-$9,000-$700-b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.J..
Maria Van Riper-22-F-W-school-b.N.J..
Sarah Van Riper-12-F-W-attending school-b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Riper-10-F-W-attending School-b.N.J..
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Saddle River Twp.-P.O. Godwin
Page:312b, sheet10, image10, June 25
M653-roll 683

59-69
Stephen Van Riper-66-M-W-farmer-$10,000-$5,000-bN.J..
Sophia Van Riper-60-F-W-b.N.J..
Stephen Van Riper-28-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
Nicholas Van Riper-18-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
Catherine Van Riper-15-F-W-b.N.J..
Anthony JACKSON-25-M-B-farm laborer-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
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Saddle River Twp.-P.O. Godwin
Page:312, sheet 10, image 10, June 25
M653-roll 683

64-74
Cornelius Van Riper-37-M-W-farmer-$8,000-$5,-000-b.N.J..
Catherine Van Riper-35-F-W-b.N.J..
Clara Van Riper-15-F-W-b.N.J..
Edo Van Riper -5-M-W-b.N.J..
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Saddle River Twp.-P.O. Godwin
Page:313, Sheet 11, image 11, June 29
M653-roll 683

65-76
George Van Riper-28-M-W-farmer-$8,000-$11,500-b.N.J..
Catherine Van Riper-24-F-W-b.N.J..
Henry Van Riper-1-M-W-b.N.J..
John Hines-23-M-W-farm laborer-b.Ireland
Jane Westervelt-16-F-W-servant-b.N.J..
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Union Twp., P.O. Carlstadt
(asst. marshall taking the census for
Union and Lodi was Jacob Van Riper)
page 781, Sheet 5, image 479, June 12
M653-roll 683

Garret Van Riper-66-M-W-$9,270-$225-b.N.J..
Albert T. Turhune-33-M-W-farmer-$4,000-$974-b.N.J..
Ellen A. Turhune-31-F-W-b.N.J..
Garret Turhane-7-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Leah Terhune-5-F-W-b.N.J..
Jane Turhune-11mths.-F-W-b.N.J..
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Union Twp., P.O. Carlstadt
page 778, sheet 2, image 476, June 7
M653-roll 683

8-10
Albert F. Ackerman-41-M-W-farmer-$3,400-$12,283-b.N.J..
C. Jemima Ackerman-33-F-W-b.N.J..
Anna H. Ackerman-7-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
Cornelius Ackerman-5-M-W-b.N.J..
Ellen Griffin-20-F-W-$150-Ireland
Jacob G. Van Riper-41-M-W-Ast. Marshall-$2,500-$4,000-b.N.J..
Gertrude Van Riper-15-F-W-b.N.J..
Henry Sheabold-20-M-W-blacksmith-b.England
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Union Twp., P.O. Carlstadt
page 795, image 493, Sheet 19, June 18
M653-roll 683

101-118
Alexander Turner-31-M-W-ship carpenter-$200-b.N.J..
Ann E. Turner-26-F-W-b.N.J..
Kevin G. Turner-4-M-W-b.N.J..
George W. Turner-2-M-W-b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-74-F-W-$1000-b.N.J..
Mary Hart-16-F-W-servant-Ireland
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Lodi Twp., P.O. Carlstadt
page 811, image 509, sheet 37, July 12
M653-roll 683

178-206
Peter Van Riper-32-M-W-farmer-$5,700-$1,202-b.N.Y..
Amilia Van Riper-27-F-W-Scotland
John M. Van Riper-8-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Maria L. Van Riper-7-b.N.Y..
Maggie Van Riper-5-F-W-b.N.Y..
Ida A. Van Riper-2-F-W-b.N.Y..
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Lodi Twp., P.O. Carlstadt
page 816-sheet 36 ,image 514, July 13
M653-roll 683

204-233
James Van Riper-39-M-W-farmer-
Claressa Van Riper-37-F-W-
Garret Van Riper-15-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Sophia Van Riper-13-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
Jane Van Riper-11-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
Rachel Van Riper-8-F-W-b.N.J..
Abraham Van Riper-5-M-W-b.N.J..
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5/23/2004

 

 

1850 Van Riper Federal Census, N.Y.C., New York State

VAN RIPER
1850 Federal Census
New York City, New York County, New York

Ward 6, M432-roll 538
page 268b, image 537, Sept. 4

Abraham Van Riper-24-M-W-printer-b.N.J..
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Ward 7, 1st district, M432-roll 539
page 36b, image 72, July 31

257-517
Henry Van Name-24-M-W-saloon-b.N.Y..
Virginia Van Name-F-W-20-b.N.Y..
Eliz. Van Name-F-W-3-b.N.Y..
Cath. Van Name-6mths.-F-W-b.N.Y..
Seliker Van Riper-52-M-W-b.N.Y.
Cath. Van Riper-24-F-W-b.N.Y..
Eliza Van Riper-17-F-W-b.N.Y..
Theo. Van Riper-24-M-W-saloon-b.N.Y..
Abraham Van Riper-22-M-W-absent-b.N.Y..
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Ward 7
page 292b, image 214, Aug.20

489-1112
Rich. Van Riper-59-M-W-carpenter-b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-58-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary A. Rodman-38-F-W-b.N.Y..
Joseph Rodman-48-M-W-engineer-b.N.Y..
Ebth. Rodman-3-F-W-b.N.Y..
James Van Riper-18-M-W-ship joiner-b.N.Y..
Ebth. Van Riper-21-F-W-b.N.Y..
Do Freeman-21-F-W-b.N.H..
Dorethea Townsend-63-F-W-b.N.H..
Sarah Townend-81-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Brown-24-F-W-b.Ireland
A?? Freeman-40-M-W-sea captain-b.N.Y.
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Ward 7, district 2
page 321b, image 272, Aug 25

659-1537
Joph Moore-55-M-W-grocer-b.N.H..
Sarah Moore-43-F-W-b.N.Y..
Sarah A. Moore-22-F-W-b.N.J..
Cornelia Moore-19-F-W-b.N.Y..
Francis Moore-16-F-W-b.N.Y..
??? Moore-12-M-W-b.N.Y..
Delia Moore-7-F-W-b.N.Y..
Georgiana Moore-6-F-W-b.N.Y..
Joph Moore-4-M-W-b.N.Y..
John Moore-1-M-W-b.N.Y..
Oph Moore-2-F-W-b.N.Y..
Jacob Van Riper-24-M-W-cartman-b.N.Y..
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Ward 8
page 216a, image 31, Aug. 5

417-1110
John F. Van Riper-35-M-W-merchant-b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.Y..
Caroline Van Riper-10-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-8-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Clari Van Riper-5-F-W-b.N.Y..
(cont’d) page 216b- image 32
Mary E. Van Riper-2-F-W-b.N.Y..
Alic McEtese-F-W-b.Ireland
Sarah J. Sophiela-20-F-W-b.N.Y..
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Ward 8
page 228b, image 56, Aug. 8

499-1298
Nancy Van Riper-36-F-W-b.N.J..
John Van Riper-12-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Silas Van Riper-10-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Margaret Van Riper-5-F-W-b.N.J..
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Ward 8, 1st district , M432-roll 541
page 61b, image 122, Aug. 9

405-1057
George Van Riper-30-M-W-shoemaker-b.N.Y..
Gertrude Van Riper-26-F-W-b.N.Y..
Maragret J. Van Riper-17-b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-11-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Edwin Van Riper-7-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
(cont’d) page 62a-image 123
Hetty Van Riper-5-F-W-b.N.Y..
Frederick Lushe-36-M-W-blacksmith-b.Germany
Margaret Lushe-34-F-W-b.Germany
Frederick Lushe-2-M-W-b.N.Y..
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Ward 9-M432-roll 543
page 3a, image 5, July 15

11-34
John A. Van Riper-45-M-W-agent-b.N.J..
Mariah Van Riper-40-F-W-b.N.J..
Sophrania Van Riper-F-W-b.N.J..
(cont’d)page 3b,image 6
John Van Riper-18-M-W-carpenter-b.N.J..
Francis Van Riper-16-F-W-b.N.J..
Silas Van Riper-12-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Caroline Van Riper-9-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
Edward Van Riper-6-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Cornelius Van Riper-35-M-W-none-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
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Ward 9, 3rd district
page 331a, image 168, July 22

104-270
Sam Vincent-54-M-W-carman-b.N.Y..
Frances Vincent-54-F-W-b.N.Y..
John Vincent-27-M-W-carpenter-b.N.Y..
Sarah Vincent-20-F-W-b.N.Y..
Jacob Vincent-18-M-W-moulder-b.N.Y..
Mary Vincent-13-F-W-b.N.Y..
Livingston Vincent-12-b.N.Y..
Sam Vincent-7-M-W-b.N.Y..
Henry Van Riper-27-M-W-tanner-b.N.J..
Henry Smith-24-M-W-clerk-b.N.Y..
Francis Camp-22-M-W-mason-b.England
Sam Camp-19-M-W-carpenter-b.England
Sam Dow???? -19-M-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Martin-18-F-W-b.Ireland
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Ward 9, 1st district
page 34b, image 68, July 30

210-445
Margaret Acerman-25-F-W-married within year-b.N.J..
Gileon Acerman(Ackerman)24-M-W-mason-married within yr.-b.N.J..
Sophrania Van Riper-60-F-W-b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-40-F-W-b.N.J..
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Ward 9, 3rd district
page 375a, image 256, Aug. 6

John Higgins-38-M-W-boatmaker-b.N.Y..
Mary Higgins-33-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Higgins-16-F-W-b.N.Y..
Ann Higgins-11-F-W-b.N.Y..
Louis Higgins-8-M-W-b.N.Y..
Louisa Higgins-6-F-W-b.N.Y..
Jane Higgins-4-F-W-b.N.Y..
Catherine Higgins-9mths.-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-58-F-W-b.N.Y..
Margaret Van Riper-23-F-W-b.N.Y..
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Ward 9, 3rd district,
page 433a, image 372, Aug. 27

889-1825
Eliza Van Riper-39-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-19-F-W-b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-15-F-W-b.N.Y..
James Van Riper-13-M-W-b.N.Y..
Clara Van Riper-11-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Hector Van Riper-8-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Fred Van Riper-5-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Lurane Van Riper-3-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Cha. Pusine?-38-M-W-b.Italy
Rosina P ” ?-29-at school-b.N.Y..
Charlotte P ” ?-6-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Eliza Hewitt-60-F-W-b,N.Y..
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Ward 9, 3rd district
page 473b, image 453, Sept. 6

1168-2434
Cornelius Van Riper-51-M-W-baker-N.Y..
Cath. Van Riper-47-F-W-b.N.Y..
Anthony Van Riper-28-M-W-iron-b.N.Y..
Peter Van Riper-26-M-W-grocer-b.N.Y..
Cath. Van Riper-22-F-W-b.N.Y..
Maria Van Riper-18-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-16-F-W-b.N.Y..
Cath Darrah-22-F-W.b.Ireland
Christina Demarest-40-F-W-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Peter Demarest-20-M-W-b.N.Y..
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Ward 9, 3rd district
page 475a, image 456, Sept. 6

1178-2451
James Owens-M-W-builder-b.N.Y>.
Corn. (Cornelius)Van Riper-20-M-W-carpenter-b.N.J..
Cornelius is number 16 in this household
of 21 people that are mostly unrelated to
each other.
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Ward 10, M432-roll 545
page 133a, image 266,Aug. 16

1000-2333
Simon Van Riper-37-M-W-fish dealer-b.N.Y.
Harriet Van Riper-20-F-W-b.Canada
John Van Riper-6-M-W-at school-b.N.Y.
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Ward 14, M432-roll 551
page 139b, image 278,Aug. 21

724-2275
Richard Van Riper-25-M-W-carpenter-b.N.Y..
Richard is number 5 in this household
of 24 people that are mostly unrelated to
each other.
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Ward 15, M432-roll 552
page 78b, image 115,Sept 23

659-1086
James Stout-32-M-W-shoemaker-b.N.J..
George Prine-36-M-W-merchant-b.Canada
Lydia Prine-24-F-W-b.N.Y..
Hulbah Van Riper-50-F-W-b.N.J..
Sedae Stout-19-M-W-mason-b.N.Y..
James Stout-11-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Richard Stout-10-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Margaret Stout-3-F-W-b.N.Y..
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Ward 16, M432-roll 553
page 248a, image 495, Sept 12

411-1101
Ramsey Van Riper-26-M-W-carpenter-b.N.J..
Clarrisa H. Van Riper-27-F-W-b.N.Y..
Vincent Van Riper-1-M-W-b.N.Y..
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19th Ward-M432-roll 559
page 22a, image 43, July 20

150-338
Garret Van Riper-29-M-W-machinist-b.N.J..
Maria Van Riper-23-F-W-b.N.J..
Hasiah Van Riper-18-F-W-b.N.J..
Abram Van Riper-1-M-W-b.N.Y..
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19th Ward
page 29a, image 57, July 29

212-443
Jno. A. Van Riper-39-M-W-machinist-b.N.J..
Leah Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.J..
(cont’d) page 29b-image 58
Abram-16- M-W-clerk-b.N.J..
Geo. Van Riper-14-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Jacob Van Riper-12-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Louis Van Riper-M-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Mary P. Van Riper-4-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Leah Van Riper-2-F-W-b.N.Y..
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Was not able to find Mary ward 9p156a or b.
or Benjamin ward 16-p107 a or b.
4/28/2004

 

 

VAN RIPER 1931 Paterson City Directory

VAN RIPER 1931 Paterson City Directory

A.Harvey, jr.-supt J.C. Ackinson Inc.,460 Totowa Ave.-
home at 23 Church St,Nutley,N.J.
Abraham Z.-reporter (308) 175 Market St.-h 174 17th St.
Alfred -resides 171 E. 21 St.
Alfred S. Jr.-mech- h 301 Market St.
Anna B.-widow of Selah-h 19 Ridge Ter.
Caroline -dressmaker-174 17th Ave.-h 174 17th Ave.
Carrie E.-widow of Laurence A.- h 101 Ward St.
Catherine A.-widow of Albert A.-h 561 E. 18th St.
Daniel S. h 12 Holsman St.
Donald- Lawyer, 752 14th Ave.-h752 14th Ave.
Donald Mrs.-Sec. Paterson Tuberculosis and Health League,Inc.
(4) 20 Passic St. -resides 752 14th. Ave.
Edo-h 729 E.26th St.
Edwin-representitive,The EquitableLife Assurance Society of the
United States,(706-710) National Bank of America Bdg.
5 Colt St.,tele.Sherwood 2-3407- h at Lincoln Park.
Adwin-teller,152 Market st.-res. inquire.
Emma-died may 22,1930. age 73,home was at 124 Carroll St.
Ferdinand S.-purchasing agent ,Hoboken-h 499 11 St.
Frank-emp P Orphan Asylum -resides P Orphan Asylum
George-chauf-h 110 Jersey St.
George-chuf.-h 55 N. 6th St.
George S-carp 732 E. 28 St.- h 732 E. 28th St.
Harry A.-elec-h 45 Matlock St.
Jane-steno NY-resides 735 E 28th St.
Jeannie M.- resides 729 E. 26th St.
John S. -resides 218 17th Ave.
Katherine -resides 19 Ridge Terr.
L Matilda-widow of George P.-h 572 E 25th St.
Lawrence A. Jr. -sec. treas. Van Riper- Barret Silk Corp. 104 Gray St.
h-at Nutley
Lucy -h 735 E. 28th St.
Marineus-steamfitters helper-h 252 Dixen Ave.
Maud-**
Van Riper Mfg Co Supplies 14 Van Houten St.
Paul -chauf. -resides 252 Dixon Ave.
Porter W. -saleman-h 390 E. 42nd St.
Richard-moved to Prospect Park 204 Haledon Ave.,also at this address(bldg),
Great Eastern Grocery Stores Co.,and Lambert DeVries.
Richard was at 219 Haledon Ave.,Paterson.
Sarah-widow of John- resides 218 17th Ave.
Seeley h 75 Chatham Ave.
Walter I. *
Walter R. -dentist 138 Market St.- h 331 20th Ave.
William- contrator 380 E. 35th St. -h 380 E. 35 th. St.
William B. -dentist 17 Church St.-h 712 E 27th St
*(on 1930city dir.)-Walter I. listed pres-treas Van Riper Mfg. Co. 14 Van Houten
St. -h at Ridgewood.
home was 150 Sheridan Ter. ,Ridgewood.1933 listed Mgr. N.Y.
** Maud- 1930 was listed as sec Van Riper Mfg Co. 14 Van Houten St.-h at
Ridgewood
she was the wife of Walter I.
01/11/2001

 

 

VAN RIPER-1866 New York City,New York County,NY.

VAN RIPER-1866 New York City,New York County,NY.

Ann-widow of John,bldg-home 17 E. 37th St.
Bernard-clothing,r 437 W. 44th St.-h 428 W. 44th St.
Caroline-widow of Martin-h 895 Second Ave.
Catharine-tailoress-h 202 Ave C.
D.W.-photographer- 96 6th Ave.
Eiza-widow of Adrian-h 187 W. 10th St.
Frederick A.-shoes 121 Bank St.-h 128 Bank St.
Jacob-carman-h 18 Scammel St.
Jacob S.-police-h 54 Laight St.
James-carman-h 17 Scammel St.
James H. -engineer-h 254 Bleecker St.
John F. -drygoods 519 Greenwich St.-h 85 Charlton St.
John W. T. -insp-h 188 E. 58th. St.
Joseph-paper-h 89 Sullivan St.
Mary C.-fancygoods-h 254 Beeker St.
Mary E.-widow of Richard-h r 408 W. 44th St.
Peter H.-produce 26 Moore St.-h N.J.
Richard-carman-h 15 Scammel St.
Richard-frames-h 832 8th Ave.
Richard D.-express 57 Cortland St.-h N.J.
Theodore-bartender 292 Broadway-h 27 Henry St.
Thomas D.-lawyer-h 95 Jane St.
Van Riper & Post-clothing-r 737 W. 44th St.

 

 

VAN RIPER-1895-96-Paterson,NJ,city directory.

VAN RIPER-1895-96-Paterson,NJ,city directory.

Adrian-baker,107 Broadway and 244 Graham Ave.h 293 Hamilton Ave.
Alfred-bookkeeper-h 137 Tyler St.
Alfred-laborer-h 21 Godwin St.
Alfred S.-(Van Riper & Sutton)-h 207 Market St.
Albert J.-(Lake View Ribbin Co.)-h 269 Graham Ave.
Andrew-painter-h 160 Madison St.
Anna-widow of George-h 212 Park Ave.
Annie-h 40 Elm St.
Anthony B.-(Frost & Van Riper)-h 273 Ellison St.
Bethany T.-widow of Jacob J.-h 269 Graham Ave.
Catharine-dressmaker-h 166 Ryerson Ave.
Catharine-widow of Abram-h 48 Hamilton Ave.
Charles C.-carpenter-h 43 Benson St.
Cornelius-painter-h 32 Bergen St.
Cornelius S.-physician,h 77 Fair St.-
D.(Daniel) Romine-h artist & photogrpher -h 128 Hamilton Ave.
Eliza-h r 60 Ryle Ave.
Emily-widow of John-h 43 Holsman St.
Frank-baker-h 51 N. 3rd St.
Frederick-clerk-h 336 Ellison St.
George E.-clerk-h 336 Ellison St.
George P.-(Van Riper Mfg. Co.)-h 143 Hamilton Ave.
George S.-carpenter-h 121 Pearl St.
Hattie-widow of George-h 82 Ellison St.
Helen-h 128 Hamilton Ave.
Isabella S.-widow of Jacob H.-h 148 Jasper St..
Jane-widow of Stephen S.-h 95 Park Ave.
Jasper-carpenter-h 166 Ryerson Ave.
John-clerk-h 166 Ryerson Ave.
John-machinist-h 88 Essex St.
John-molder-h 67 N. 7th St.
John B.-h 293 Hamilton Ave.
John G.-planer-h 62 Park Ave.
Laura-teacher-h 77 Fair St.
Lawrence A.-collector-h 166 Paterson Ave.
Marinus-laborer-h 252 W. 26th St.
Mary A.-widow of Cornelius-h 390 Ellison St.
Mortimer B.-beltmaker-h 389 Main St.
Paul-laborer-h 252 W. 26th St.
Percy-clerk-h 43 Holsman St.
Peter-mason-h 735 E. 28th St.
Peter-salesman-h 43 Benson St.
Philip H.-grocer,73 Broadway-h 336 Ellison St.
Rebecca-widow of George-h 19 High St.
Richard P.-(owner)feed,56 River St.& Clay St. corner of Railroad Ave.-
h-48 Benson St.
Van Riper Mfg. Co.,belt mfg’s ,14 Van Houten St.
Van Riper & Sutton-(Alfred S. Van Riper and James F. Sutton)-
stables,207 Market St.
William H.-laborer-h 82 Ellison St.
William J.-electrician -h h 337 Ellison St.
William-carpenter-h 48 Hamilton Ave.

12/23/2000

 

 

VAN RIPER-1919 Paterson N.J.,city directory

VAN RIPER-1919 Paterson N.J.,city directory

Abram Z.-reporter R.G. Dun and Co.-beds 630 E. 23rd St.
Alfred-beds 171 E. 21st St.
Alfred J.-home 585 E. 29th St.
Anna-beds 625 E. 26th St.
Caroline-dressmaker-beds 630 E. 23rd St.
Catherine-widow of Albert-h 567 E. 18th St.
Charles C.-beds 271 Hamilton Ave,
Daniel-watchman-h 22 Jefferson St.
Donald K.-sec. Frost & Van Riper Inc.,(308) 152 Market St.,-
beds 411 Broadway
Eleanor M.-widow of Henry-beds 336 Broadway
Ella B.-winder-beds 22 Dixon Ave.
Emma-beds 62 E. 26th St.
Frederick F.-exporter-h 614 E.24th St.
Frederick G.-(P.H. Van Riper & Son),73 Broadway-
h 336 Ellison St.
George-teller N.Y.-beds 12 Madison Ter.
George-clerk E.R.R.-beds 44 River St.
George-motorman-h 55 N. 6th St.
George P.-pres. Van Riper Mfg. Co.,14 Van Houten-
h 572 E.25th St.
George S.-carpenter-h 12 Madison Ter.
George W.-teamster-h 62 Clinton St.
Harold A.- Electrician-h 72 Matlock St.
Isabelle-nurse in U.S. Service- res. inquire 735 E. 28th St.
Jennie-beds 735 E. 28th St.
Jessie-widow of Peter-h 735 E. 28th St.
John-molder-44 River St.
John S.-shoemaker-beds 44 River St.
Lawrence A.-real estate-h 101 Ward St.
Lawrence A.,Jr.-clerk-beds 101 Ward St.
Lucy-beds 735 E. 28th St.
Marinus-lab-h 252 Dixon Ave.
Mary E.-widow of Adrian V.-h 630 E. 23rd St.
Matilda-widow of John-h 88 Essex St.
Mildred-nurse Paterson General Hosp.-beds ditto
Myrtle-teacher-beds 12 Madison Ter.
Paul-h 22 Dixon Ave.
Percy R.-carpenter-h 165 Pearl St.
Philip-chauffeur-beds 22 Jejjerson St.
Sarah H.,Mrs.-h 38 West St.
Seely-real estate-h 75 Chatham St.
Van Riper Mfg. Co.,George P. Van Riper pres., Isaac Van Houten sec.,
Walter I. Van Riper treas.,mill supplies,14 Van Houten St.
Van Riper, P.H. Van Riper & Son,(Frederick G. Van Riper) grocers,
73 Broadway, tel. 3726.
Walter I.-tres. Van Riper Mfg. Co.,14 Van Houten St.-
h 728 Market St.
Walter R.-dentist-h 64 17th Ave.
Walter P.-building contractor-h 395 E. 27th St.
W. Porter-bookkeeper-beds 101 Ward St.

12/10/2000

 

 

VAN RIPER-1954 Paterson ,NJ, city directory

VAN RIPER-1954 Paterson ,NJ, city directory

Albert S.,Jr.-mech. 95 16th Ave.-home 301 Market St.
Caroline O.-h 680 E. 25th St.
Catherine-widow of George-h 34 E. Main St.
Catherine-widow of Paul-h 252 Dixon Ave.
Charles-plater Wood-Ridge-hr 34 E. Main St.
Clifford (Lucy)-pres. VanHolland hosiery Co.,29 N.West St.-
h 499 E. 38th St.
Edwin (Serena)-head teller First Nat. Bank & Trust Co.-
h at Newton ,N.J.
Harry A. (Minnie)-elec.111 N. 8th St.-h 111 N. 8th St.
Jennie H.-h 729 E. 26th St.
John (Mary A.)-crane oper. 730 21st St.-h 398 21st St.
John M. (Viola M.)-elec.-h 243 Temple St.
John M. (Viola M.)-elec. helper Wood-Ridge-h 59 N. 5th.St.
Katherine, Mrs.-died May 29,1953, age 81.
(in 1950 h-16 N. 4th St.)
Katherine M-real estate 19 Ridge Ter.-h 19 Ridge Ter.
Lena M.,Mrs.-married Lawrence Du Bose.
(in 1950-h 297 12th Ave.)
Lucy-died June 21,1952 age 79.
(in 1950 -h 271 Totowa Ave.)
Madeline-moved to Clifton.
(in 1950 -h 244 Water St.)
Porter (Hazel M.)-bookkeeper Garfield-h 168 Paterson Ave.
William (Augusta)-h 380 E. 35th St.
William B. (Anna D.)-h dentist 17 Church St.-h 712 E. 27th St.
George W. (Catherine N.)- trk driver -h 48 Camden St.-
h 79 Marshall St.
Vivian Van Ripper-hospital wrk-r 61 Carroll St

 

 

1900 Census, Brooklyn, Kings County,New York State

VAN RIPER
1900 Federal Census
NEW YORK STATE
Kings County
New York City
=========================================
New York City
BROOKLYN,Ward 7
T623-roll 1046
district 75
page 133a, sheet 1, image 1, June 1
475 Dekalb Avenue

7-11 (two family house)
Anna Van Riper-59-F-W-head-widow-4 children, 4 living-
b.Oct.1840 N.J..-Fa.b.Conn.-Mo.b.N.J.
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New York City
BROOKLYN, Ward 8
T623-roll 1047
district 98
page 9b, sheet 9, image 18, June 5
61 37th Street

127-198
James Wilson-38-M-W-widow-Gas agent-imigrated 1880-in USA 20yrs..-
b.Jan.1862 Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Jennie Wilson-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Jan.1890 N.Y.-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y.
Joseph Wilson-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.Jan.1892 N.Y.-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y.
Maria Wilson-4-F-W-daughter-
b.Jan.1896 N.Y.-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y.
Rose Wilson-3-F-W-daughter-
b.Jan.1897 N.Y.-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y.
Maggie Wilson-6mths.-F-W-daughter-
b.Dec.1899 N.Y.-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y.
Annie Van Riper-31-F-W-servant-
b.Sept.1868 N.J.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y.
May Van Riper-15-F-W-lodger-
b.Jan.1885 N.Y.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y.
Frank Van Riper-10-M-W-lodger-at school-
b.Dec.1889 N.Y.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y.
Bernard Van Riper-2-M-W-lodger-
b.July1897 N.Y.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.N.Y.
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New York City
BROOKLYN Ward 8
T623-roll 1047
district 93
page 197a, sheet 12, image , June 7
254 22nd Street

103-233
Katie Van Riper-52-F-W-head-married-8 children, 6 living-
b.June 1847 N.J.-Fa.b. Wales-Mo.b. England
William Van Riper-22-M-W-son-single-
b.Oct.1877 N.J.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Edna Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-single-
b.July 1884 N.J.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Riper-14-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Feb.1885 N.J.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Carrie Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mar.1887 N.J.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Lydia Van Riper-8-F-W-daughter-
b.June 1891 N.J.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
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New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 12
T623-roll 1050
district 173
page 54a, sheet 5, image 9, June 4
266 Hamilton Avenue

16-91
Annie Nelson-35-F-W-head-widow-7 children-3 living-
b.Feb.1865 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
Edward Mitchel-18-M-W-son-deck hand-single-
b.Mar.1882 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
William Nelson-6-M-W-son-
b.Oct.1893 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
John Nelson-4-M-W-son-
b.1896 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
Mary Van Riper-22-F-W-boarder-married 1yr.-no children-
b.April 1878 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y.
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New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 12
T623-roll 1050
district 173
page 54a, sheet 5, image 9, June 4
270-Apt.2 Hamilton Avenue

17-92 (apartment bld.)
David Van Riper-56-M-W-head-carpenter-married 34yrs.
b.April 1844 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Riper-50-F-W-wife-married 34yrs.-11 children, 7 living-
imigrated 1862-in USA 38yrs.-
b.Mar. 1850 Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Francis J. Van Riper-28-M-W-son-machinist-married 1yr.-(see Mary above)
b.Aug.1870 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
David A. Van Riper-18-M-W-son-laborer-
b.Feb.1882 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ireland
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New York City
Brooklyn, ward 17
T623-roll 1055
district 268
page 18b, sheet 18, image 36, June 12
248 Driggs Avenue

138-412
George Van Riper-35-M-W-head-bookkeeper-married 3yrs.-
b. Sept.1864 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillie Van Riper-21-F-W-wife-married 3yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.May 1879 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edna Van Riper-2-F-W-daughter-
b.June 1897 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Carrie Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-
b.April 1899 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 21
T623-1057
district 325
page 157a, sheet 1, image 1, June 1
434 Willoughby Avenue

5-8
Cornel Van Riper-41-M-W-head-carpenter-married 15yrs.-
b.May 1859 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Anges Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.April 1871 N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Effie Van Riper-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Sept.1887 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 21
T623-1057
district 323
page 137a, sheet 17, image 33, June 16
282 Nostrand Avenue

199-403 (three family house)
George Van Riper-57-M-W-head-piano maker-married 12yrs.-
b.Nov.1842 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Conn.
Jennie A. Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 12yrs.,0 children-
b.Oct.1866 N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York City
BROOKLYN, Ward 22
T623-1059
district 361
page 285a-b, sheet 8, image 15-16, June 5-6
486 3rd. Avenue

69-153 (apartment house)
John Van Riper-44-M-W-head-painter decorator-married 17yrs.-
b.Sept.1856 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
Millicent Van Riper-33-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-6 children,3 living-
b.Sept.1866 N.Y..-Fa.b.Holland-Mo.b.Holland
Julia L. Van Riper-16-F-W-daughter-saleslady-single-
b.Feb.1884 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Otto Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.March 1887 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Viola Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-
b.Jan.1893 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Otto Van Riper-40-M-W-brother-boatman-single-
b.Nov.1859 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
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New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 23
T623-1060
district 382
page 152b, sheet 11, image 22, June 12
54 Macon Street

138-230
Harry Buser-43-M-W-head-wall paper mfg.-married 7yrs.-
b.July 1856 N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Helen B. Buser-30-F-W-wife-married 7yrs.-1 Child,1 living-
b.Sept.1869 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harry L. Buser-11-M-W-son-at school-
b.June 1882 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace L. Buser-12-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.June 1884 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edward Buser-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Dec.1886 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Walter B. Buser-5-M-W-son-
b.July 1894 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Josie Van Riper-21-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.April 1877 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie Lundell-21-F-W-servant-single-imigrated 1895-in USA 5yrs.-
b.June 1879 Sweden-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
Hulda Pearson-25-F-W-servant-single-imigrated 1892-in USA 8yrs.-
b.Feb.1875 Sweden-Fa.b.Sweden-Mo.b.Sweden
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New York City
BROOKLYN Ward 23
T623-roll 1060
district 389
page 275b, sheet 10, image 20, June 9
311 Lexington Avenue

90-227 (five family house)
Peter Van Riper-58-M-W-head-machinist helper, Navy Yard-married 37yrs.-
b.Dec.1841 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Annie E. Van Riper-54-F-W-wife-married 37yrs.-9 children, 4 living-
b.Jan.1846N.J..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
J. Floyd Van Riper-31-M-W-son-salsman-single-
b.May 1869 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Kurt Van Riper-24-M-W-son-USA,Volls-supplies-single-
b.Dec.1875 Mass..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Amy Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter-bookkeeper,laundry-single-
b.Sept.1878 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Annie E. Van Riper-17-F-W-daughter-collar ironer,laundry-single-
b.Feb.1883 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
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New York City
Brooklyn, ward 23
T623-1061
district 410
page 69b, sheet 10, image 20, June —
1689 Atlantic Avenue

101-243 (four family house)
Hosea Chester-63-M-B-head-whitewasher-married 19yrs.-cannot read or write-
b.Feb.1837 N.Y..-Fa.b.Maryland-Mo.b.N.Y..
Nancy Chester-54-F-B-wife-marrie 19yrs.-0 children-
b.June 1845 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Graham-60-F-B-boarder-house work-widow-3 children, 0 living-cannot read or write-
b.May.1840 N.Y..-Fa.b.Virginia-Mo.b.Virginia
Elizabeth Holmes-39-F-B-General house cleaning-married 25yrs.-1 child,1 living-cannot read or write-
b.April 1861 Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Hanah Van Riper-95-F-B-boarder-widow-1 child,0 living-cannot read or write-
b.May 1805 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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New York City
BROOKLYN , ward 24
T623-1062
district 415
page 148b, sheet 3, image 6, June 4
957 Franklin Avenue

30-52
Geo. Van Riper-54-M-W-head-machinist-married 30yrs.-
b.April 1846 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Margaret Van Riper-47-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-2 children,2 living-
b.Nov.1853 N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Irleand
Minnie Van Riper-23-F-W-daughter-typewriter-
b.Aug.1876 Conn..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.Y..
Laura Mosher-22-F-W-daughter-married 5yrs.-1 child,1 living-
b.Feb.1877 Conn..-Fa.b.N.J..Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York City
Brooklyn, ward 25
T623-roll 1063
district 436
page 5a, sheet 5, image 9, June 4
185 Patchen Avenue

75-106
Richard Van Riper-40-M-W-head-salesman-married 20yrs.-
b.April 1861 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Martha Van Riper-36-wife-married 20yrs.-7 children,3 living-
b.Feb.1865 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Richard Van Riper Jr.-18-M-W-son-at school-
b.April 1887 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ethel Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Dec.1889 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Harold Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.– 1891 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lenna Hermann-17-F-W-servant-imigrated 1899, in USA 1yr.-
b.April 1883 Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
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New York City
Brooklyn, ward 25
T623-1062
district 434
page 276b, sheet 14, image 28, June 13
689 Madison Street

172-316 (two family house)
Mary E. Van Riper-55-F-W-head-single-
b.May 1845 N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York City
Brooklyn, ward 25
T623-roll 1063
district 448
page 228b, sheet 13, image 26, June 16
1442 Herkirmer Street

168-256
Elizabeth Van Riper-64-F-W-head-widow-0 children-
b.March 1836 N.Y..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.Scotland
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New York City
Brooklyn, ward 25
T623-roll 1063
district 451
page 65b, sheet 21, image 42, June 14
86 Conway Street

86-483 (three family house)
Theodore Van Riper-29-M-W-head-wagon driver-married 5yrs.-
b.Aug.1870 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sophie Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 5yrs.-2 children,2 living-
b.Aug.1875 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Germany
Viola Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.May 1896 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sophie M. Van Riper-11mths.-F-W-daughter-
b.Jan.1899 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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New York City
Brooklyn, ward 28
T623-roll 1863
district 499
page 282a, sheet 7, image 13, June 7
840 Bushwick Avenue

77-148 (7 family apartment)
James Van Riper-37-M-W-head-photo engraver-married 6yrs.-
b.Dec.1862 N.Y..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany-
Mary Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-0 children-
b.Feb.1865 N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y..
————————————————————-
New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 28
T623-1067
district 524
page 270a, sheet 15, image 30, June 2
658 Chaucney Street

159-353 (two family house)
Henry Van Riper-38-M-W.head-printer pressman-married 18yrs.-
b.1861 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Rose Van Riper-31-F-W-wife-married 18 yrs.-10 children, 5 living-
b.1863 N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Lilian Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Oct.1888 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Martha Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-
b.Sept.1890 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mabel M. Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-
b.Nov.1892 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
James A. Van Riper-5-M-W-son-
b.Oct.1895 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Henry C. Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.July 1897 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
————————————————————-
New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 29
T623-1068
district 548
page 116a, sheet 7, image 13, June 4
Kings County Alms

1-1
Jane Van Riper-43-F-W-pauper-inmate-
b.July 1856 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(and many more not related)
———————————————————————————————————————
New York City
BROOKLYN, Ward 31
T623-1069
district 569
page 208a, sheet 2, image 3, June 1
Van Sicklen Street

26-27
Patrick Van Sicklen-47-M-W-head-house painter-married 27yrs.-
b.Sept.1852 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary V. Van Sicklen-43-wife-married 27yrs.-1 child-1 living-
b.Sept.1856 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ira Van Sicklen-26-M-W-son-bookkeeper-single-
b.May 1874 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-34-M-W-boarder-carpenter-single-
b.Mar.1866 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(father was James and grandfather was Thomas Van Rypen)
Lille Farrell-16-F-W-servant-single-
b-Mar.1884 N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
———————————————
New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 31
T623-roll 1069
district 570
page 223a, sheet 1, image 1, June 1
925 Kings Hyway

9-9 (apartment building)
John Van Riper-40-M-W-head-driver-married 13yrs.-
b.May 1860 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Emma L. Van Riper-35-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-2 children, 2 living
b.Feb.1865 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
Archibald Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Jan.1887 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Hilda Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.Aug.1894 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Maud E. Paik-26-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.May 1874 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
George Whittall-56-M-W-boarder-barber-widow-married 32yrs.-
b.Mar.1844 England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
———————————————————–
New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 31
T623-1069
district 571
page 238b, sheet 9, image 18, June 9
Cropsy Avenue

160-193
Danie Tuttle-45-M-W-head-painter-married 17yrs.-
b.April 1854 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Tuttle-37-F-W-wife-married 17yrs-0 children-
b.Dec.1863 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Catheron Van Riper-61-F-W-mother in law-widow-5 children, 5 living-
b.Feb.1839 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
—————————————————————-
New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 31
T623-roll 1069
district 571
page 239a, sheet 10, image 19, June 11
Cropsy Avenue

166-199
Thomas Van Riper-54-M-W-head-carpenter-married 13yrs.-
b.Nov.1845 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarrah G. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-0 children-
b.Mar.1858 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ella M. Van Riper-22-F-W-niece-single-
b.Sep.1877-N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
——————————————————————————–
New York City
BROOKLYN, ward 31
T623-roll 1069
district 563
page 138b, sheet 16, image 32, June 11
West 1st. Street

219-261
Joseph Van Riper-30-M-B.-head-laborer-married 5yrs.-
b.Nov.1869 North Carolina-Fa.b.North Carolina-Mo.b.North Carolina
Eliza Van Riper-31-F-B-wife-married 5yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.July 1868 North Carolina-Fa.b. North Carolina-Mo.b.North Carolina
Carrie VanRiper-2-F-B-daughter-single-
b.Feb.1898 N.Y..-Fa.b.North Carolina-Mo.b.North Carolina
==============================================================
Sept. 13, 2006

 

 

Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York: 1913.

Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York: 1913.

Chapter: List of Members, 01 Feb 1913

Name: Cornelius Van Riper
Address: Passaic, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1886

Yearbook of the Holland Society of New
York: 1913.

Chapter: List of Members, 01 Feb 1913

Name: John Terhune Van Riper
Address: Passaic, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1894

Yearbook of the Holland Society of New
York: 1913.

Chapter: List of Members, 01 Feb 1913

Name: Julius Fernando Van Riper
Address: Westfield, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1897

List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

Name: William Knickerbocker Van Reypen
Address: Washington, D. C.
Year admitted: 1887

List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

Name: Abram Zeek Van Riper
Address: Paterson, N. J.
Year admitted: 1907

List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

Name: Alfred Jacob Van Riper
Address: Paterson, N. J.
Year admitted: 1908

List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

Name: Anthony Bowden Van Riper
Address: Paterson, N. J.
Year admitted: 1909

List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

Name: Arthur Ward Van Riper
Address: Passaic, N. J.
Year admitted: 1906
List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

Name: Cornelius Van Riper
Address: Passaic, N. J.
Year admitted: 1886

List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

Name: John Terhune Van Riper
Address: Passaic, N. J.
Year admitted: 1904

List of Members, 01 Feb 1914

Name: Julius Fernando Van Riper
Address: Westfield, N. J.
Year admitted: 1897

 

 

1900 Van Riper census, Military

1900
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Michigan
Military
———————————————–
T623-roll 1838
district 116
Company G, 10th Regiment, Infantry
page 284b, sheet 11, image 10, June 7
Santa Cristina Barracks, Cuba

Pvt. Charles Van Riper-19-M-W-Private-single-
(home address-490 Anthon Street, Detroit,Mi..)-
b. July 1880 Mi.-Fa.b.Mi.-Mo.b.Mi..
=========================
Dec.15,2005

 

 

1880 Van Reipen census,Hudson County,N.J.

1880 (Some Van Riper combinations)
VAN RIPER-VAN REIPER-VAN RYPER-VAN REYPEN-
VAN REYPER-VAN REIPEN (all Van Riper)
New Jersey
Hudson County

=====================
VAN REIPEN
===========
Jersey City
T9-roll
district
page 166a, sheet , image , June 21
49 Laidlaw Ave.

292-471 (two family house)
August Segar-36-M-W-dock builder-married-b.Bayern(Bavaria)-Fa.b.Bayern-Mo.b.Bayern
Frederica Segar-28-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.Bayern-Fa.b.Bayern-Mo.b.Bayern
Gustave Segar-6-M-W-son-at school-b.Bayern-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Bayern
Lizzie Segar-4-F-W-b.NJ..-Fa.b.Bayern-Mo.b.Bayern
William Segar-1-M-W-b.N.J..-Fa.b.Bayern-Mo.b.Bayern
Frank Van Reipen-26-M-W-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Evelyn Van Reipen-23-F-W-wife-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Henry Van Reipen-1-M-W-son-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
—————————————————
Jersey City
T9-roll 784
district 31
page 394c, sheet 16, image 17, June 9
543 Summit Avenue

86-125
G.(Garrett)D. Van Reipen-53-M-W-head-works in bank-married-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Caroline Van Reipen-54-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Reipen-31-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Clara Van Reipen-25-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Carrie Bedell-10-F-W-grand child-at school-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bezzie Dempsey-24-F-W-domestic servant-b.Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.N.Y..
=============================
2-18-2005

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Madison County,N.Y.

1870
Van Riper
New York State
Madison County
—————————-
Casenovia
M593-roll 967
P.O. Casenovia
page 82a, sheet 6, image 77, June 21
63-64
G. Van Riper-64-M-W-retired-$3,000-$1,000-b.N.Y..
=======================================
10/3/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census, Georgia

1870
VAN RIPER
Georgia
ward 4, Columbus, Muscogee County
P.O. Columbus
page 617b, sheet 32, image 10, June 28

178-265
Daniel W. Van Riper-46-M-W-photographer-$1,000-b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-46-F-W-b.N.Y..
Henry Van Riper-23-M-W-b.N.Y..
George Van Riper-16-M-W-b.N.Y..
Charles Van Riper-13-M-W-attends school-b.Ill..
Phillis Garrett-55-F-B-domestic servant-cannot read or write-b.Ga.
————————————————————————————–
7/30/2004

 

 

Minnie – WHO CAN HELP?

I’m trying to research an aunt of mine named Wilhelmina (Minnie ) Begelspacker ( or Begelspiker ), born in 1858. She married @1882 Cornelius Van Riper, born @ 1853 in New York. In 1900, they lived at 41 Harrison Avenue Richmond County ( Staten Island ), New York. They evidently had a daughter named Vance born in New Jersey @1886.

I would be interested in finding out more information about this
Cornelius Van Riper, both before 1900 and after 1900, his ancestry,
occupation, subsequent children, etc. Also I would like to find out more
about Minnie Van Riper. Perhaps you can help me. Thank you.
Vince Kovlak

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,ward 6-8-9 Paterson,Passaic Co.,N.J.

Elizabeth Van Riper-65-F-W-laundress-b.N.J..
===============================
ward 8, PATERSON
M593-roll 885
P.O. Paterson
page 644b, sheet 24, image 24, July 30

209-210 (five family house)
John Van Riper-40-M-W-Mone du Lue ?-$100-b.N.J..
Mary A. Van Riper-32-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
John Van Riper-21-M-W-b.N.J..
Margret Van Riper-16-F-W-works in silk mill-b.N.J..
Ida Van Riper-14-F-W-works in silk mill-b.N.J..
Annie Van Riper-11-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
================================================================
ward 9, PATERSON
M593-roll 885
P.O. Paterson
page 687b, sheet 6, image 6, Aug. 11

45-50 (two family house)
Jacob Van Riper-32-M-W-house carpenter-$2,500-$100-b.N.J..
page 688a
Ellen Van Riper-31-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
James Van Riper-10-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Jemima A. Van Riper-7-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
——————————-
9/23/2004

 

 

1850 Van Ryper (Van Riper) census, New Jersey

1850
VAN RYPER (Van Riper)
M432-Roll 442
Hohokus Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey
page 233a,image,Aug 14

416-457
Garret M. Van Ryper-68-M-W-farmer-$1,000-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Fanning Van Ryper-50-F-W-b.N.J..
—————————————————
page 238a,image,Aug

482-528
Jacob P. Mauerson-51-M-W-farmer-$3,000-b.N.J..
Elizabeth Mauerson-51-F-W-b.N.J..
Abraham Van Ryper-10-M-W-b.N.J..
Margaret Mauerson-17-F-W-b.N.J..
——————————————————-
page 240a, image17, Aug 17

511-557
Charles Van Ryper-27-M-W-carpenter-b.N.J..
Emeline Van Ryper-23-F-W-b.N.J..
Margaret Van Ryper J.-3-F-W-b.N.J..
——————————————————
page 240a, image17, Aug 17

511-558
Abraham Van Ryper-30-M-W-machinist-b.N.J..
Maria Van Ryper-27-F-W-b.N.Y..
Catherine Van Ryper-10-b.N.J..
Stephen Van Ryper-7-M-W-7-b.N.J..
John Van Ryper-2-M-W-b.N.J..
———————————————————-
page 241b, image22, Aug

537-290
Jacob Earl-49-M-W-laborer-b.N.J..
Sally Earl-46-F-W-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Frederick Van Ryper-14-M-W-b.N.J..
Martha J. Earl-1-F-W-b.N.J..
——————————————————
page 248b,image 36,Aug. 21

629-687
Marines(Marinus) Van Ryper-40-M-W-laborer-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Ann Van Ryper-37-F-W-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Peter Van Ryper-11-M-W-b.N.J.
Ann Maria Van Ryper-8-F-W-b.N.J..
Hannah Van Ryper-3-F-W-b.N.J..
————————————————
1850
VAN RYPER (Van Riper)
Washington Twp., Bergen County, New Jersey

page 254b,image 2,Aug. 26

700-765
Abraham Van Ryper-62-M-W-farmer-$11,000.-b.N.J..
Catharine Van Ryper-62-F-W-b.N.J..
William Van Ryper-24-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
Tunis Van Ryper-22-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
——————————————————————-
page 256,image 7,Aug. 27

731-799
Frederick Van Ryper-23-M-W-farmer-$800.-b.N.J..
Gimima Van Ryper-23-F-W-b.N.J..
Elizabeth M. Van Ryper-2-F-W-b.N.J.
Rachel Van Ryper-1mths.-F-W-b.N.J..
————————————————–
page-256,image 7,Aug. 27

733-801
Peter Van Ryper-42-M-W-farmer-$7,000.-b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Ryper-42-F-W-b.N.J..
Frederick Van Ryper-18-M-W-farmer-b.N.J..
Charles Van Ryper-18-M-M-farmer-b.N.J..
Joseph Van Ryper-14-M-W-b.N.J..
====================================
4/14/2004

 

 

1860 Van Riper census,NY City,ward 20,NY Co.,NY State

1860
VAN RIPER
New York State
New York County
New York City
==================
Ward 20, District 1
M653-roll 817
page 691, sheet 255, image 255, July 10
622-1944 (three family house)
Isaac Van Riper-28-plasterer-$500-M-W-b.N.Y..
Deborah Van Riper-28-F-W-b.N.J..
Francis Van Riper-5-M-W-b.N.Y..
George Van Riper-3-M-W-b.N.Y..
—————————————————-
Ward 20, District 1
M653-roll 817
page 787, sheet 349, image 351, July 19

803-2694 (two family house)
Hiram Jelliff-39-M-W-hardware-$14,000-#5,000 b.Connecticut
Louisa Jelliff-23-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary F. Jelliff-12-F-W-b.N.Y..
Charles Jelliff-9-M-W-b.N.Y..
Hiram Jelliff-4-N-W-b.N.Y..
Franklin Jelliff-1-M-W-b.N.Y..
David Blakely-22-M-W-clerk-b.N.Y..
Chas. Van Riper-19-M-W-clerk-b.N.Y..
Marget Hester-18-F-W-servant-b.Ireland
———————————————————-
Ward 20, District 2,
P.O. New York City
M653-roll 816
page 272, sheet 88, image 88, June 18

222-447(eleven family building)
Richard Van Riper-31-M-W-carpenter-b. N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-27-F-W-b.N.Y..
Ann Van Riper-9-F-W-b.N.Y..
Emma Van Riper-5-F-W-b.N.Y..
————————-
7/9/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,California

1870
VAN RIPER
California
———————————————-
San Rafael, Marin County
P.O. San Quentin
Penitentiary Convicts
M593-74
page 47, sheet 67, image 46, July 5

305-309
C. Van Riper-50-M-W-farm laborer-b.Ohio
(with many others not related)
——————————————
Fourth Township, Mariposa County
P.O. Maxwell Twp.
M593-78
Page 146, image 20, sheet Aug.1

232-78 (two family house)
M. Van Riper-40-M-W-toll gatherer-$500-$100-b.N.Y..
Mary A. Van Riper-38-F-W-keeps house-b.Ireland
Anna M. Van Riper-6-F-W-b.California
Andrew Van Riper-4-M-W-b.California
Catharine Van Riper-1-F-W-b.California
————————————————-
San Francisco, Ward 4, San Francisco County
P.O. San Francisco
M593-80
page 411b, sheet 161, image 16, July 11

1233-1602
James Van Riper-49-M-W-carpenter-$100-b.N.J..
Emma Van Riper-48-F-W-keeping house-b.England
——————————————————————————————————-
7/29/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census, Michigan, Cass County

1870
VAN RIPER
Michigan, Cass County
—————————————
La Grange
M593-roll 668
P.O. Dowagiac
page 67b, sheet 28, image 28, July 6
181-184
John Van Riper-59-M-W-farmer-$2,500-$1,200-b.N.J..
Leah Van Riper-54-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
Gertrude Van Riper-10-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
Abram Van Riper-83-M-W-$10,000-$5,000-b.N.J..
——————-
La Grange
M593-roll 668
P.O. Dowagiac
page 67b, sheet 28, image 28, July 6

182-185
William Van Riper-45-M-W-manufacture-$6,000-$2,000-b.N.J..
Ida Van Riper-21-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Edwin Van Riper-3-M-W-b.Michigan
———————-
La Grange
M593-roll 668
P.O. Dowagiac
page 67b, sheet 28, image 28, July 6

183-186
Abram Van Riper-53-M-W-manufacture-$300-$900-b.N.J..
Maria Van Riper-50-F-W-b.N.Y..
Hester M. Van Riper-15-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
—————–
La Grange
M593-roll 668
P.O. Dowagiac
page 67b, sheet 28, image 28, July 6

186-189
George Van Riper-34-M-W-manufacture wool goods-$500-$500-b.N.J..
Perthana Van Riper-30-F-W-b.N.Y..
Lettie Van Riper-9-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
John Van Riper-6-M-W-at school-b.Michigan
Myrta Van Riper-2-F-W-b.Michigan
=====================================================
La Grange
M593-roll 668
P.O. Dowagiac
page 68a, sheet 29, image 29, July 6

Garret Van Riper-49-M-W-manufacture cider-$4,500-$2,200-b.N.J..
Maria E. Van Riper-43-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
Abram Van Riper-20-F-W-farmer-b.N.J..
William Van Riper-12-M-W-at school-b.Michigan
John Van Riper-6-M-W-at school-b.Michigan
Charles Van Riper-4-M-W-b.Michigan
——————–
La Grange
M593-roll 668
P.O. Dowagiac
page 68a, sheet 29, image 29, July 6

Tunis Van Riper-42-M-W-farmer-$7,500-$2,500-b.N.J..
Hannah Van Riper-37-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
Abbie A Van Riper-17-F-W-at school-b,N.J..
Ackerman Van Riper-15-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Abram Van Riper-13-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Ellen Van Riper-7-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
===============================================
Dowagiac
M593-roll 668
P.O. Dowagiac
page 224a, sheet 5, image 5, Aug. 11

41-41
Jacob J. Van Riper-32-M-W-lawyer-$2,000-$1,000-b.N.Y..
Emma E. Van Riper-30-F-W-keeps house-b.N.Y..
Luella Van Riper-8-F-W-at school-b.Michigan
Cassius M.C. Van Riper-6-M-W-at school-b.Michigan
Adah Van Riper-4-F-W-b.Michigan
———————————
08/06/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Ohio

1870
VAN RIPER
Ohio
——————————————————————————–
Warren County
East Turtlecreek
P.O. Labanon
M593-1277
p458a, sheet 40, image 37, June 11
282-296
James Van Riper-45-M-W-farmer-$4,500-$1,200-Ohio
Catherine Van Riper-45-F-W-keeps house-b.Ohio
Mary A. Van Riper-21-F-W-helps mother-b.Ohio
Eva Van Riper-15-F-W-at school-helps mother-b.Ohio
Melissa Van Riper-11-F-W-at school-helps mother-b.Ohio
Ferdinand Van Riper-8-M-W-at school-b.Ohio
Amy Van Riper-3-F-W-b.Ohio
Rebecca Van Riper-66-F-W-boards with son-b.Ohio
————————————————–
Warren County
East Turtlecreek
M593-roll 1277
P.O. Labanon
page 460a, sheet 43, image 40, June 15

306-322
Catherine Perrine-50-F-W-keeps house-$8,000-$2,000-b.Ohio
page 460b (cont’d)
John Van Riper-24-M-W-farm laborer-$500-b.Ohio
Ella Van Riper-18-F-W-keeps house-b.Ohio
————————————————————
Portage County
Rootstown Twp.
P.O. Rootstown Center
M593-roll 1258
page 471a-sheet 27, image 27, July 12

235-237
Eleazer Chapman-49-M-W-farmer-$7,500-$1,890-b.Ohio
Martha Chapman-49-F-W-keeeps house-b.N.Y..
Thadmus E. Chapman-10-M-W-bMi..
Nathan Chapman-87-M-W-b-Conn..
Mary Chapman-82-F-W-Conn..
Harriet Chapman-61-F-W-Ohio
John Van Riper-65-M-W-b.N.J..
============================
11/8/2004

 

 

1880 Van Riper census,Indiana

1880
VAN RIPER
Indiana
==============
Jennings County
Village of Hardensburg
district 144, Spencer Twp.
T9- roll 288
page 436a, sheet 1, image 1, June 1
9-9
John Van Riper-48-M-W-head-retail grocer-married-b.Mass.-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Mass.
Nancy Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.Y.-Mo.b.N.Y..
Abbie Van Riper-24-F-W-daughter-house heeper-single-b.Illinois-Fa.b.Mass.-Mo.b.Pa.
Mary Van Riper-7-F-W-daughter-at school-b.Kansas-Fa-b.Mass.-Mo.b.Indiana
Paul Van Riper-4-M-W-son-b.Kansas-Fa.b.Mass.-Mo.b.Indiana
Maud Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-b.Indiana-Fa.b.Mass.-Mo.b.Indiana
Geo. Hammon-19-M-W-step son-farm laborer-single-b.Indiana.-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Indiana
—————————————
La Porte County
district 78, Michigan City
T9- roll 291
page 436a, sheet 36, image 36,

295-337
Alvin Van Riper-29-M-W-head-laborer-married-b.N.Y.-Fa.b.N.J.-Mo.b.N.Y..
Estelle Van Riper-26-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Claude Van Riper-2-M-W-son-b.Michigan-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Ernest Chatman-23-M-W-laborer-married-b.Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Ma.b.Ohio
Laura Chatman-18-F-W-wife-married-b.Mi..-Fa.b.Ten..-Mo.b.Ohio
——————————————————
St. Joseph County
district 155, Olive Twp.
T9- roll 308
page 248b, sheet 2, image 2, June 2

16-17
James Reynolds-55-M-W-head-Retired Farmer-married-b.In..-Fa.b.Va..-Mo.b.Va..
Nancy S. Reynolds-Wife-52-F-W-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ma..-Mo.b.Ma..
John F. Reynolds-21-M-W-son-at school-single-b.Mi..-Fa.b.In..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Clara L. Reynolds-19-F-W-daughter-single-b.In..-Fa.b.In..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia E. Reynolds-14-F-W-daughter-at school-b.In..-Fa.b.In..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Z.(Zunilda) Van Riper-23-F-W-daughter-married-b.Mi..-Fa.b.In..-Mo.b.N.Y..
page 249c
Anna B. Reynolds-45-F-W-domestic servant-single-b.In..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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St. Joseph County
district 160, Penn Twp.
T9- roll 309
page 336b, sheet 18, image 12, June 16

180-187
John L. Beers-32-M-W-head-farmer-married-consumption-b.In..Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ireland
Harriet Beers-26-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.In..-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.N.Y..
Grace A. Beers-3-F-W-daughter-b.In.-Fa.b.In..-Mo.b.In..
Bradford Van Riper-47-M-W-brother in law-farm laborer-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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St. Joseph County
district 160, Penn Twp.
T9- roll 308
page 337d, sheet 21, image 14, June 17

200-207
James Van Riper-45-M-W-head-farmer-narried-b.N.Y..-Fa-b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Catherine Van Riper-32-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-consumption-b.In..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y….
Charles Van Riper-10-M-W-son-b.In..-fa.bN.Y..-Mo.b.In..
Nathan Van Riper-9-Male-nephew-b.Mi..-fa.bN.Y..-Mo.b.In..
Nora Van Riper-17-F-W-niece-works in house-single-b.In..fa.bN.Y..-Mo.b.In..
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Wabash County
district 192, Wabash Twp.
T9- roll 315
page 428b, sheet 30, image 30, June 10

118-128 Hill Street
James Van Riper-31-M-W-head-machinist-married-b.Indiana-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.n/a
Mollie Van Riper-22-F-W-wife-keeps house-b.Ohio-Fa.b.Va..-Mo.b.Pa..
Edith F. Van Riper-1-F-W-daughter-b.Indiana-Fa.b.n/a.-Mo.b.n/a.
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12/4/2004
n/a-left blank on census page.

 

 

1880 census,Ontario Co.,Orange Co.,Rockland Co.,NY State.

1880
Van Riper census
New York State
==================
Ontario County
Gorham
T9-roll 909
district 125
page 255c, sheet 27, image 27, June 16
263-283
John H. Van Riper-32-M-W-head-farmer-married-b.Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..Mo.b.Mi..
Mary E. Van Riper-26-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.N.Y..
C. Leroy Van Riper-4-M-W-son-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Clayton Van Riper-2-M-W-son-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Orange County
Montgomery
T9-roll 910
district 25
page 438d, sheet 4, image 18, June 2

34-41
James M. Stepenson-43-M-W-head-lumber dealer-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Julia Stepenson-31-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alfred Stepenson-14-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles Stepenson-12-M-W-son-at school- b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wiiliam Stepenson-10-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Florence Stepenson-8-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Van Riper-41-F-W-sister in law-keeps house-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Rockland County
Nyack
T9-roll 924
district 55
page 182a, sheet 53, image 53, June 16
Burd St.

6-7
Robert Armstrong-38-M-W-head-harness maker-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
Elizabeth Armstrong-32-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Germay-Mo.b.Germany
George Armstrong-12-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Philip Armstrong-10-M-W-son-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Margaret Armstrong-9-F-W-daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Armstrong-3-F-W-daughter-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Levi Van Riper-54-M-W-boarder-harness maker-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Eliza Sterman-62-F-W-boarder-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Rockland County
Ramapo
T9-roll 924
district 57
page 223, sheet 21, image 21, June 29

211-223
Eliza Ackerman-65-F-W-head-keeps house-divorced or widow-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Josephine Ackerman-40-F-W-daughter-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles H. Ackerman-32-M-W-son-farmer-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Daniel D. Ackerman-22-M-W-son-works on farm-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Francis Van Riper-9-F-W-grand daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Rockland County
Ramapo-village of Spring Valley
T9-roll 924
district 59
page 245b, sheet 2, image 2, June 2

19-22
Jacob A. Van Riper-73-M-W-head-keeps boarding house-married-b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Maria Van Riper-66-F-W-wife-keeps house-married-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Lillie Van Riper-12-F-W-grand daughter-at school-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
(and six boarders not related)
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4-23-2005

 

 

1900 Van Riper census, Jersey City, Hudson Co., N.J.

1900
Van Riper
Federal Census
Hudson County
New Jersey
==================================================================
JERSEY CITY
Jersey City, ward 2, 1st precinct
roll T623-976
district 84
page 198b, sheet 1, image 2, June 1
142 Erie Street

16-20
John W. F. Van Riper-57-M-W-head-painter-married 33yrs.-
b.March 1843 N.Y..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Catharine Van Riper-47-F-W-wife-married 33yrs.-3 children, 1 living-
b.Nov. 1842 N.Y..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Van Riper-38-son-electrician-single-
b.Feb.1862 N.J..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Elmendorf -67-F-W-sister-widow-
b.June 1832 N.Y..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Piersall-25-M-W-boarder-salesman-single-
b.Aug.1874 N.J..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
William Otto-25-M-W-boarder-brewer-single-
b.April 1858 Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
George A. Bernard-40-M-W-boarder-machinist-single-
b.Nov.1859 N.J..Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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Jersey City, ward 2, 3rd precinct
roll T623-976
district 86
page 238b, sheet 1, image 2, June 1
block A, 241 9th. Street

10-22
Henry Van Riper-31-M-W-head-boiler maker-married 8yrs.-
b.Feb.1869 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Katie Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-1child, 1 living-
b.June1870 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Frank Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.Oct.1892 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Jersey City, ward 7
roll T623-978
district 125
page 155b, sheet 19, image 38, June 2
170 Winfield Aveue

284-410
Charles Van Reiper-68-M-B-head-married-30yrs.-
b.Oct.1831 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Eliza Van Reiper-63-F-B-wife-married 30yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.March 1837 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Jersey City, ward 8, precinct 1
roll T623-978
district 130
page 251b, sheet 4, image 8, June 2
23 Belmont Avenue

78-86
Richard M. Van Riper-60-M-W-head-policeman-married 35yrs.-
b.June 1839 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Helen E. Van Riper-58-wife-married 35yrs.-9 children, 5 living-
b.June 1841 NY-Fa.b.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jennie L. Van Riper-26-F-W-daughter-single-
b.July 1873 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Richard V. Van Riper-26-M-W-son-weigh master-single-
b.July 1873 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————————————————————
Jersey City, Ward 8, 3rd precinct
roll T623-978
district 132
page 295a-295b, sheet 5, image 9-10, June 2
23 Madison

43-97
Charles Seymour-51-M-W-head-dealer-married 27yrs.-
b.Oct.1848 N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Saprina Seymour-44-F-W-wife-married 27yrs.-3 children, 0 living-
b.June 1855 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary E. Van Riper-65- -mother in law-widow( of Cornelius)-2 children, 2 living-
b.May1835 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Kate Welsh-26-F-W-servant-single-imigrated 1887-in U.S.A. 13yrs.
b.Nov.1873 Ireland-Fa.b.Ireland-Mo.b.Ireland
——————————————————————————————–
Jersey City, ward 8, 4th precinct
roll T623-978
district 133
page 15b-16a, sheet 15-16, image 30-31, June 13-14
204 Bergen Avenue

244-336
S. Van Ryper-64-F-W-head-widow-10 children,4 living-
b.Sept.1836 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
William Van Ryper-21-M-W-son-bookkeeper-single-
b.Jan.1879 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Isabelle Van Ryper-29-F-W-daughter-ticket clerk-single-
b.Feb.1871 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
———————————————————————————————
Jersey City, Ward 8, 8th precinct
roll T623-978
district 139
page 138b, sheet 28, image 25, June 18
415 Grand Avenue

317-620
John Wallace-59-M-W-head-express clerk-married 31yrs.-
b.June 1841 N.Y..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.N.J..
Clara P. Walace-58-F-W-wife-married 31yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.April 1842 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charles G. Van Riper-23-M-W-boarder-single-
b.Jan.1876 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
———————————————————————————————
Jersey City, ward 9, 2nd precinct
roll T623-979
district 141
page 165b, sheet 5, image 10, June 4
132 Storm Avenue

53-88 (two story house)
Victor D. Ker-51-M-W-head-fireman-married 11yrs.-
b. Nov.1848 N.Y..-Fa.b.Scotland-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary Ker-38-F-W-wife-married 11yrs.-no children-
b.Nov.1881 Pa..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Hamilin C. Ker-19-M-W-son-grocery salesman-single-
b.Nov.1880 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Harry Van Riper-18-M-W-adopted son-clerk gas co.-single-
b.June 1881 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————————————————————
Jersey City, ward 9, 2nd precinct
roll T623-979
district 141
page 173a, sheet 13, image 25, June 8
99 Clifton Place

168-249
Charles C. Van Riper-49-M-W-head-agent Panama-married 19yrs.-
b.April 1851 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Louise Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-married 19yrs.-5 children, 4living-
b.Feb.1858 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Edward Van Riper17-M-W-son-at school-
b.Feb.1883 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John Van Riper-13-M-W-son-at school-
b.Sept.1886 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Vera Van Riper-9-F-W-daughter-
b.Feb.1892 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Gladys Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.Feb.1895 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
———————————————————————————————
Jersey City, ward 9, 4th precinct
roll T623-979
district 144
page 226a, sheet 14, image 27, June 9
57 Sip Avenue

220-296
Elizabeth J. Van Riper-63-F-W-head-widow (of Jacob J.)-3 children,1living-
b.May1837 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary F. Van Riper-40-F-W-daughter-stenographer-single-
b.Oct.1859 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
—————————————————————
Jersey City, ward 9, 4th precinct
roll T623-979
district 144
page 229a, sheet 17, image 33, June 12
614 Bergen Avenue

278-355
Elizabeth A. Bailey-59-F-W-head-widow-1 child, 1 living-
( widow of Thomas)(sister of William H. Tuttle,living next door)
b.Oct.1840 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
George E. Bailey-32-M-W-son-clerk broker-single-
b.Mar.1868 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Jane Van Riper-75-F-W-aunt-single-
b.Dec.1824 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ellen Doyle-22-F-W-servant-single-
b.Oct.1877 Va..-Fa.b.Va..-Mo.b.Va..
———————————————————————————————
Jersey City, ward 9, 7th precinct
roll T623-979
district 148
page 291a, sheet 12, image 23, June 7
156 Delaware Avenue

191-251 (three family house)
Abram Van Riper-71-M-W-head-carpenter-married-
b.Sept.1828 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-68-F-W-wife-married-4 children, 1 living-
b.Oct.1831 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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March 18, 2006

 

 

1900 Van Riper Census, Ohio

1900
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Ohio
===================================================
Cuyahoga County
Cleveland,Ward 12
T623-roll 1253
district 47
page , sheet 6, image 11, June 6
28 Sibley Street

96-127
Henry J. Van Riper-40-M-W-head-chief bill clerk R.R.-married 15yrs.-
b.Dec.1859 Pa..-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Pa..
Marcia Van Riper-40-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.Dec.1859 Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
Quelda M. Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-
b.Sept.1893 Ohio-Fa.b.Pa..-Mo.b.Ohio-
Edger C. Woolgar-30-M-W-roomer-accountant-single-
b.b.Aug.1869 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Effie Brown-25-F-W-boarder-single-
b.dec.1864 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Margaret Hanson-40-F-W-roomer-dressmaker-imagrated 1890,inUSA 10yrs.-
b.Sept.1859 Denmark-Fa.b.Denmark-Mo.b.Denmark
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Hancock County
Marion Township
T623-roll 1284
district 70
page 101a, sheet 8, image 15, June 15

163-164
George Peltar-28-M-W-head-farmer-married 11yrs.-
b.Sept.1871 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Abigal Van Riper-38-F-W-housekeeper-married 22yrs.-10 children,5 living-
b.Oct.1861 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Stella M. Garwood-15-F-W-step daughter-at school-
b.April 1885 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Minneola Van Riper-10-F-W-daughter-
b.Jan.1890 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Harry Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.May 1897 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Hattie Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.May 1897 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
——————————————————————
Hardin County
Pleasant Township
Kenton, ward 2
T623-roll 1284
district 90
page 142a, sheet 16, image 31, June 14
Barron Street

388-402
George Van Riper-32-M-W-head-day laborer-married 13yrs.-
b.July 1869 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bertha Van Riper-32-F-W-wife-married 13yrs.-8 children,7 living-
b.May 1868 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Ethel Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.July 1888 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Frank Van Riper-11-M-W-son-
b.July 1888 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
John Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.Mar.1893 Missouri-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Harry Van Riper-5-M-W-son-
b.Nov.1894 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Ida Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
May 1896 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
William Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.Aug.1897 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Paul Van Riper-9moths.-M-W-son-
b.Aug.1899 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
(John was born in New York so children should probobly say Fa.b.N.Y.)
(in 1910 Census shows Bertha living alone. Can only find Harry 15 and William12 living in
a Childrens home in Ohio. Could not find George)
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Hardin County
Pleasant Township
Kenton, ward 3
T623-roll 1284
district 91
page 154a,b, sheet 12, image 23,24 June 13
Kohler Street

242-261
Fred A. Van Riper-64-M-W-head-church sextent-married 43yrs.-
b.Mar.1831 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Hellen (Ellen)Van Riper-61-F-W-wife-married 43yrs.-12 children, 10 living-
b.Mar.1839 N.J.-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charles C. Van Riper-35-M-W-son-teamster-widow-
b.April 1965 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
James G Van Riper-19-M-W-son-bill poastering-single-
b.Oct.1880 Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bessie May Van Riper-14-F-W-daughter-
b.Jan.1886 Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ethel Van Riper-21-F-W-daughter in law-married 2yrs.,0 children-
b.Jan. 1879 Del..-Fa.b.Del..-Mo.b.Ohio
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Madison County
Union Township
London Village
T623-roll 1299
district 69
page 188b, sheet 11, image 22, June 14

255-281
William Van Riper-26-M-W-head-carriage trainman-married 4yrs.-
b.Jan.1874 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Lizzie Van Riper-23-F-W-wife-married-4yrs.-2 children, 2 living-
b.Mar. Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Irma Van Riper-3-F-W-daughter-
b.Feb.1897 Ohio-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
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Montgomery County
Jefferson Township
T623-roll 1308
district 90
page 33a, sheet 33, image 65, June 15
Central Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
29 Connecticut Avenue

35-39
Jeremiah Van Riper-67-M-W-inmate-widow-
b.Oct.1832 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Dayton National Cemetery
Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio
Van Riper, Jeremiah, d. 02/17/1913,
Infantry, SGT, Res: Irvington,Essex County, NJ,
Plot: 1 5 70, bur. 02/17/1913
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Warren County
Turtle Creek Township
Labanon Village
N.E.and S.E. Precinct
T623-roll 1330
district 149
page 5, sheet 7, image , June
139 Mulberry Street

160-168
H. (Horace)W. Van Riper-47-M-W-head-grocer-married 18yrs.-
b.July 1852 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Jennie B. Van Riper-40-F-W-wife-married 18yrs.-2 children, 1 living-
b.July 1859 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Veda Van Riper-11-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Sept.1888 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Julia Earhart-54-F-W-lodger-seamster-single-
b.Mar.1846 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
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Geauga County
Burton Township
Burton Village
T623-roll 1271
district 43
page 21b, sheet 10, image 20, June 13
Cheshire Street

184-192
Aaron D. Bary-54-M-W-head-hotel keeper-married 32yrs.-
Virginia Bary-52-F-W-wife-married 32yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
Eliza A. Reed-55-F-W-sister in law-widow-1 child, 0 living-
Florance M. Brown-34-F-W-servant-housekeeper-widow-1 child, 1 living-
Michael J. Van Riper-51-M-W-boarder-supt.Burton Hull,Co.-single-
b.Aug.1848 Pa..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Pa..
Bernard J. Boyle-31-M-W-boarder-Foteman C.E.E.R.R.-single-
James R. Curtis-34-M-W-boarder-construction engineer-single-
Ray W. Huff-26-M-W-boarder-teemster-single-
Henry R Hill-25-M-W-boarder-attorney-single-
—————————————-
Hancock County
Findlay City, ward 1
precinct A
T623-roll 1283
district 54
page 95a, sheet 8, image 15, June 8
572 North Corey Street

173-175
Richard T. Van Riper-28-M-W-head-moulder-married 8yrs.-
b.Feb.1872 N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Ella J. Van Riper-27-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-3 children,1 living-
b.Feb.1873 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Thelma A. Van Riper-5moths.-F-W-daughter-
b.Dec.1899 Ohio-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Ohio
———————————
Lucas County
Toledo, ward 7
precinct C
T623-roll 1297
district 60
page 50, sheet 16, image 31, June 1
411 Irving Street

316-342
Frederick A. Allen-54-M-W-head-salon keeper-married 6yrs.-
b.Feb.1846 Connecticuit-Fa.b.Connecticuit-Mo.b.Connecticuit
Mary C. (Van Riper) Allen-37-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Nov.1862 Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.J..
Frederick W. Allen-4-M-W-son-
b.Oct.1895 Ohio-Fa.b.Connecticuit-Mo.b.Mi..
Nancy E. Van Riper-30-F-W-sister in law-dressmaker-single-
b.Nov.1862 Mi..-Fa.b.Mi..-Mo.b.N.J..
———————————————
Montgomery County
Dayton Township
Dayton City, ward 6
T623-roll 1307
district 57
page 190a, sheet 11, image 21, June 8-9
327 Williams Street

203-225
William H. Van Riper-49-M-W-head-tinner-married 17yrs.-
b.Mar.1851 N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ireland
son of Henry and Sarah
Isora Van Riper-39-F-W-wife-married 17yrs.-3children, 3 living-
b.Mar.1861 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Clayton Van Riper-16-M-W-son-at school-
b.Feb.1884 Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
Carrie Van Riper-14-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Mar.1886 Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
Christian Van Riper-3-M-W-son-
b.Dec.1896 Ohio-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Ohio
———————————————————-
Pickaway County
Circleville, ward 1
T623-roll 1313
district 100
page 19a, sheet 7, image 13, June 8
114 Watt Street

149-162
H. Van Riper-49-M-W-head-writing teacher-married 20yrs.-
b.Aug.1850 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Augustin Van Riper-46-F-W-wife-married 20yrs.-0 children-
b.Mar.1854 Ohio-Fa.b.Virginia-Mo.b.Ohio
————————————-
Pickaway County
Circleville, ward 5
Circleville City
T623-roll 1313
district 103
page 83a, sheet 23, image 45, June 25
432 Mill Street

546-595
Este (Ester)Van Riper-54-F-W-head-physician-widow-1 child, 1 living-
(1910 shows widow-3 children, 2 living)
b.Dec.1844 Mi..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Marqus E. Van Riper-29-M-W-single-(1920 says Myron)
b.May 1871 Illinois-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mi..
——————————————
Warren County
Union Township
Village of Deerfield
T623-roll 1330
district 151
page 227b, sheet 4, image 8, June 5

74-81
John B. Van Riper-54-M-W-head-grocery man-married 30yrs.-
b.Dec.1845 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Elizabeth (Perrine)Van Riper-48-F-W-wife-married 30yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.June 1851 Ohio-Fa.b.Kentucky-Mo.b.Ohio
Demas V. Van Riper-23-M-W-son-grocery clerk-married 2yrs-
b.Feb.1877 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Ruby Van Riper-18-F-W-daughter in law-married 2yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.April 1882 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Doras G. Van Riper-1moth.-F-W-Granddaughter-
b.May 1900 Ohio-Fa.b.Ohio-Mo.b.Ohio
Catherine Perrine-80-F-W-mother in law-widow-
b.march 1820 Ohio-Fa.b.Virginia-Mo.b.Pa..
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2/21/2007

 

 

Van Riper 1910 census, Newark, New Jersey

1910
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
NEW JERSEY
====================================================
Essex County
Newark Ward 2
Roll T624-876
district 12
page 232a, sheet 12, image 23, April 28
412 Plane Street (now University Avenue)

169-247
Charles H. Stiles-71-M-W-head-jobber,rubber goods-married 37 yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.Vermont
Cordelia Stiles-68-F-W-wife-married 37yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mabel Stiles-35-F-W-daughter-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Carrie L. Salmon-62-F-W-sister in law-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Sophia Van Riper-75-F-W-boarder-widow (of William H.)-2 children,0 living-
b.Canada,French-Fa.Canada,French-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frances C. Ross-66-F-W-boarder-own income-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
—————————————————————————-
Essex County
Newark City, ward 2, 6th district
Roll T624-876
district 13
page 253a, sheet 8, image 15, April 19
29 Court Street

121-198
Ida Post-38-F-W-head-lodger house-widow-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Cornelius Van Riper-61-M-W-lodger-clerk,R.R..-2nd.marriage 8yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Juliet Van Riper-48-F-W-lodger-2nd.marriage, 1 child,1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
John Quabeck,Jr.-28-M-W-lodger-married 1yr.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
————————————————————————
Essex County
Newark City, ward 2, 6th district
Roll T624-876
district 13
page 253b, sheet8 , image 16, April 20
2 Court Street

131-213
Andrew B. Stiff-30-M-W-head-boarding house-married 8yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Millie L. Stiff-31-F-W-F-W-wife-married 8yrs.-1 child, 1 living-
b.Pa.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Canada
Majorie Stiff-7-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.Pa..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Alonzo Van Riper-55-M-W-boarder-married-policeman, city-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
(and many more not related)
———————————————————————————————
Essex County
Newark City, Ward 9, district 6
Roll T624-877
district 77
page 258a, sheet 20, image 39, April 20
56 Hunter Street

140-427
Charles Van Riper-51-M-W-head-mason contractor-married 22yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Canada
Charlotte Van Riper-47-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-4 children 3 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
George Van Riper-21-M-W-son-mason contractor-married 7 moths.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Hilda Van Riper-20-F-W-daughter in law-married 7moths.-
b.Norway-Fa.b.Norway-Mo.b.Norway
Albert Van Riper-19-M-W-son-mason contractor-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charlotte Van Riper-14-F-W-Daughter-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
——————————————————-
Essex County
Newark City, ward 5
Roll T624-877
district 35
page 163b, sheet 10, image 20, April 18
93 Bruen Street

147-272
Alethia M. Carter-65-F-W-head-single-
b.N.J.-Fa.b.N.J.-Mo.b.Mass..
Wong Hoey Hog-34-boarder-single-
b.China-Fa.b.China-Mo.b.China-imagrated 1882-
Alice Van Riper-55-F-W-maid-widow-servant, private families-married 20yrs.-1 child, 0 living-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England-imigrated 1860-
————————————————————————–
Essex County
Newark City, ward 7
Roll T624-878
district 53
page 69a, sheet 16, image 21, April 25
17 Colden Street

174-324 (four family house)
Alexander B. Van Riper-26-M-W-head-salesman, furniture-married 6yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Bertha M. Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mayomar Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Augustus C. Van Riper-2-M-W-son-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
—————————————————————-
Essex County
Newark City ward 8, 2nd district
Roll T624-878
district 64
page 27a, sheet 5, image 9, April 18
79 Wakeman Avenue (two family house)

78-99
Mary E. Byles-43-F-W-head-dressmaker at home-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.P.A..
Dorothy M. Byles-8-F-W-neice-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.P.A..
Bessie B. Van Riper-19-F-W-boarder-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
—————————————————————–
Essex County
Newark Ward 8 (Forest Hill Section)
Roll T624-878
district 70
page 169b, sheet 7, image 14, April 19
640 Mt. Prospect Avenue

150-154
Sarah M. Van Riper-62-F-W-head-married 21yrs.(to Alonzo)-5 children, 2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
De Have (Daniel H.) Van Riper-28-M-W-son-bookkeeper, grain house-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Raymond Van Riper-24-M-W-son-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
—————————————————————-
Essex County
Newark City,ward 12
Roll T624-879
district 102
page 35b, sheet 2, image 4, April 16
143 Passaic Avenue (now Raymond Boulevard)

19-27 (two family house)
George A. Van Riper-38-M-W-head-conductor, R.R.-married 11yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Barbara M. Van Riper-42-F-W-wife-2nd married 11yrs.-4 children,
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
William W. Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Myrtle S. Van Riper-1yr.,10moths.-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
——————————————————-
Essex County
Newark City, ward 14
Roll T624-879
district 124
page 206a, sheet 11, image 21, April 20
292 Littleton Avenue

Oliver Van Riper-49-M-W-head-cigar maker-married 22yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Jessie Van Riper-43-F-W-wife-married 22yrs.-7 children, 5 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Conn..
Harrold Van Riper-21-M-W-son-stenographer, office-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Charles Van Riper-12-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Percy Van Riper-10-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Lloyd Van Riper-8-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Alice V. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
—————————————————————–
Essex County
Newark City, ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 88
page 19b, sheet 19, image 38, April 26
18 North 11th Street

266-476 (two family house)
Harver Paine-37-M-W-head-stove factory-2nd married 8yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Mass..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Elsie Paine-33-F-W-wife-married 8yrs-0 children-
b.N.J..Mo.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.Mass..
Raymond Paine-12-M-W-adopted son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.n/a-Mob.n/a
Russell Van Riper-1 yr,3moths-boarder-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
———————————————————
Essex County
Newark City,ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 92
page 93a, sheet 3, image 5, April 16
180 First Street

28-47
George W. Van Riper-29-M-W-head-carperter,houses-married 6yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Mary W. Van Riper-27-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.-4 children, 4 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Violet E. Van Riper-5-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Myrtle E. Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Geo.W. Van Riper,Jr.-2-M-W-son-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Erma M. Van Riper-7moths.-F-W-daughter-
————————————————————————
Essex County
Newark City,ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 92
page 93a, sheet 3, image 5, April 16
194 First Street

34-59
Geo. Van Riper-54-M-W-head-carpenter building,houses-married 34yrs.-
b.Conn.-Fa.b.Holland(Conn.)-Mo.b.Holland(N.J.)
Wilhelmina (Wilhelmina E. Begelspacher)Van Riper-52-F-W-wife Married 34yrs.-10 children,5 livung-
b.N.Y.-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Arthur (Barnes) VanRiper-30-M-W-son-carpenter, houses-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Frederick (E.)Van Riper-20-M-W-son-carpenter,houses-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Naoma Van Riper-4-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Alice Van Riper-6-F-W-daugther-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.Conn..-Mo.b.N.Y..
————————————————————————
Essex County
Newark City ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 98
page 238b, sheet 16, image 32, April 21
29 South 13th. Street

214-361
Beatrice Taylor-37-M-W-head-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Elizabeth Taylor-31-F-W-sister-teacher,school-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Harold Van Riper-35-M-W-lodger-clerk,store-single-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.J..
Gladys Powers-22-F-W-lodger-operator,telephone-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Adolph Barbey-73-M-W-lodger-married 50yrs.-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.France-Mo.b.Germany
Emma Barbey-69-F-W-lodger-married 50yrs.-3 children, 2 living-
b.England-Fa.b.England-Mo.b.England
Adolph Barbey,Jr.-32-M-W-lodger-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.England
————————————————————–
Essex County
Newark City ward 11
Roll T624-880
district 92
page 102a, sheet 12, image 32, April 21
167 Fifth Street

166-283 (three family house)
Wilbur Van Riper-27-M-W-head-carpenter,houses-married 6yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Bertha Van Riper-24-F-W-wife-married 6yrs.- 1 child, 1 living-
b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Wilbur Van Riper Jr.-3-M-W-son-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.Y..
——————————————————
Essex County
Newark City,ward 15
Roll T624-880
district 127
page 39b, sheet 39, image 77, April 30
10 Nairn Place

—-772
Eliza Wright-32-F-B-head-house work,day work-widow-0 children-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Anna Van Riper-25-F-B-sister-house work,day work-single-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
————————————————————————
Essex County
Newark City, ward 15
Roll T624-880
district 132
page 195a, sheet 15, image 29, April 22
219 Highland Avenue

196-
Fred Van Riper-30-M-W-head-shipping clerk-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
Minnie Van Riper-28-F-W-wife-married 7yrs.-1 child,1 living-
b.Germany-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.Germany
Wilhemina Van Riper-6-F-W-daughter-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.Gernany
————————————————————-
Essex County
Newark Ward 13
Roll T624-881
district 107
page 39b, sheet 13, image 26, April 22
73 Whitney Street

255-294
Charles Van Riper-31-M-W-head-modlel maker,Last factory-married 10yrs.-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Mary Van Riper-29-F-W-wife-married 10yrs.-2 children-2 living-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.Germany-Mo.b.England
Albert Van Riper-9-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Joseph Van Riper-7-M-W-son-at school-
b.N.J..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
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Sept.1,2007

 

 

1860 Van Riper census,Connecticut

Connecticut
Town of Fairfield, Fairfield County
P.O. Bridgeport
page 1017a, image 85, July 30, M653-roll 74
957-1027
Price More-40-M-W-$10,000-$2,000-b.N.J..
Patrick McCary-40-M-W-B.Ireland
Charles Van Riper-27-M-B-N.J..
Eliza Van Riper-22-F-B-b.N.J..
Samuel Lyons-19-M-B-b.N.Y..
Sarah Lyons-2-F-B- b.N.Y..
=====================================
5/15/2004

What cost $10000 in 1860 would cost $192,449.49 in 2002.

 

 

HAROLD GRIFFITH VAN RIPER 1891—1973

Harold G. was the second son of Richard Frazier and Martha
Elizabeth Van Riper who grew to manhood. He was born October 8, 1891
in the Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, N. Y. where the family was living
on Patchen Avenue. At the family summer home South Country Road
and Nelson Ave., Blue Point, Long Island he spent many happy summers.

The following is taken from a newspaper article about his athletic
activities while he was attending “Boy’s High School in Brooklyn, N.Y.”;
Harold Van Riper, at present attending Boy’s High School in Brooklyn,
New York, has become very prominent in school boy athletic circles
through his excellent work in football, baseball, track and swimming.
Although he ran on the relay team, representing Public School No. 70,
he took very little active part in athletics until he entered the High
School. He immediately took up track work and succeeded in making
the cross-country team. His work on that team last year was of such
high order that he was elected captain of the team for this fall. He then
made the Boy’s High School relay team and won many points for his school
in the mile and 1/2 mile events. He broke his novice February 13, 1908
at the Barnard School games in the 600 yard run. From then on he
succeeded in winning medals in almost all the races he participated in.
At the end of the track season he went out for baseball and made left
field. At that position he played, a fast consistent season. His stick work
was excellent, having an average of .600 at the close of the season. For
this he got the Herald Medal, being the best batsman in the Public
School Athletic League Tournament. This fall he took up football and
turned out to be a very valuable man. His work on that team was
particularly commendable, especially in the Manuel Training game. He
also represented his school on the swimming team and the water polo
team which won the championship three years ago. This is his last year
in school boy athletics, as he is in his senior year.”

During World War I he was a Lieutenant in the United States
Eleventh Field Artillery, receiving his commission at Camp Oglethorpe,
Georgia. The steamship, Mount Vernon, brought him back to the United
States, and he was discharged at Camp Grant, Illinois in 1919. Another
article from the local paper regarding his war record is as follows:

“In a history of the activities of the Eleventh United States Field
Artillery printed in Dijon, France, this year, two pages are devoted to
the valor, under fire, of Lieutenant Van Riper and particularly when at
Remey Farms, within a mile of the Meuse River, he successfully directed
the fire of Battery “A” by use of his field glasses, smashing a nest of
enemy guns and killing a large number of men.”

In 1914 he graduated from Dartmouth College, Hanover, New
Hampshire, and received his Masters degree from The Thayer School Of
Engineering. He was very proud of his college; often quoting a saying by
Daniel Webster, also a Dartmouth graduate, “It is a small college, yet,
there are those who love it.” He was a member of the Beta Theta Pi
fraternity. In the Dartmouth Golden Book the following is noted: Services
to Class ’50-52 Assistant Class Agent. Services to Dartmouth. Dartmouth
Club Of Central Penna., Past President. ’58. 200th Anniversary Develop-
ment Program, Harrisburg Area Special Gifts Campaign, Chairman. ’59
Capital Funds Campaign. Harrisburg Area, Chairman. ’61. Represented
Dartmouth at the inauguration of the new President of Dickinson College,
Carlisle, Penna.

While working for the Penna. Cumberland Valley Railroad, Co. as
a draftsman, he met Ruth Esther McCurdy. Some time later they were
married, June 29, 1920 in Chambersburg, Penna. She was the daughter of
Charles Harvey and Jane (Jennie) McCurdy of Chambersburg, Penn-
sylvania. They had two daughters Martha-Jane, who married Henry E.
Bachman, an engineer with Westinghouse Corporation, and Harriet
Griffith, whose husband is Dr. Richard Knox Smith, a Presbyterian minister
— see family tree for their children and etc.

For almost fifty years Mr. and Mrs. “Van”, as their friends and
neighbors like to call them lived at 132 Conway Street, Carlisle, Pennsyl-
vania. For thirty-five years “Van” was employed by The Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania Department of Highways in the Engineering Department
first as Assistant-engineer and later as Chief Design Engineer in Harris-
burg, Pennsylvania. After his retirement from the Highway Department,
he was employed by the firm of Modjeski and Masters Consulting Engineers
of Harrisburg, Penna. In 1942 he had the honor to become the president
of The Engineering Society of Penna. in Harrisburg. He was a member of
the Professional Engineers Society of Penna., National Academy of
Sciences, Highway Research Board, Washington, Highway Officials of
North Atlantic States, and American Association of State Highway Officials.

Following his retirement from Modjeski and Masters’ firm in 1971,
he began to research information for “The VanRiper Family Tree”, also
known as “The Graveyard Gazette” by his wife. After a year his work
on this project was completed. His life, too, on earth ended early Sunday
morning, August 12, 1973, at the age of 81 years-10 months-4 days. He
had lived a long unselfish and happy life, he and his wife just having
celebrated their fifty-third wedding anniversary, June 29, 1973. A soft-
spoken, modest gentleman, friendly and polite to all regardless of age,
color or station in life, he was highly respected and very well thought-of
member of the community. He loved his church, his family, the neighbor-
hood children, and all things beautiful-especially good music and books,
horses and nature. He enjoyed taking hikes in the woods where he could
snap pictures of the flowers, birds and the small wildlife. He also had
a special interest in the less fortunate youth of the town.

Following a very meaningful memorial service given by the Rev.
R. M. Weer in the 1st Presbyterian Church, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, he
was laid to rest in The Mount Holly Spring Cemetery. In his memory, we
his family rededicate, “The Van Riper Family Tree,” on which he labored
and enjoyed researching during the last year of his life. MJB

 

 

1850 Fed. Census, Paterson,Passaic Co.,NJ. VAN RIPER

page 191b-image137-July 15

21-26
Sarah Post-41-F-W-b.N.J..
Ann Van Riper-62-F-W-$1,000-b.N.J..
Martha Post-21-F-W-b.N.J.
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page 204a-image162-July 18

167-216
Isaic H. Van Riper-47-M-W-machiinist-$2,000-b.N.J..
Ely Van Riper-47-F-W-b.England
Van Riper-16-F-W-b.N.J..
Alfred Van Riper-10-M-W-b.N.J..
Emma Van Riper-8-F-W-b.N.J..
Mararet A. Van Riper-4-F-W-b.N.J..
Ann Cavender-18-F-W-b.Ireland
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page 212a-image178-July 20

247-346
Airah Evison-67-M-W-Tailor-b.N.J..
Catherine Evison-55-F-W-b.N.J..
Caterine Ann Spear-22-F-W-b.N.J..
GeorgeVan Riper-15-M-W-shoemaker-b.N.J..
Joseph Tice-9-M-W-b.N.J..
Sarah Spear-4-F-W-b.N.J..
Catherine Brock-20-F-W-b.N.J..
James Brock-21-M-W-Blacksmith-b.N.J..
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page 216a-image186-July 22

302-418
Hannah Van Riper-59-F-W-b.N.J..
John Van Riper-22-M-W-shoemaker-b.N.J..
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page 227-image 208-July 24

129-562
Christopher Van Riper-58-M-W-carpenter-$7,000-b.N.J..
Jane Van Riper-56-F-W-b.N.J..
Anthony Van Riper-30-M-W-Daguerrian Artist-b.N.J..
Leah Van Riper-32-F-W-b.N.Y..
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page230b-image215-July 24

476-626
Arron Van Riper-38-M-W-blacksmith-b.N.J..
Jemima(Miller) Van Riper-35-F-W-b.N.J..
John A.Van Riper-12-M-W-attending school-b.Conn.
Cornelia Van Riper-11-F-W-attending school-b.N.J Sarah Van Riper-9-F-W-attending school-b.NJ..
Almira Van Riper-6-F-W-b.N.J..
Elizabeth Van Riper-4-F-W-b.N.J..
Jemima A. Van Riper-2-F-W-b.N.J..
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page 231a-image216-July24

485-637
Abraham Van Riper-29-M-W-machinist-b.N.J..
Catherine Van Riper-27-F-W-b.N.J..
Virginia Van Riper-4-F-W-b.N.J..
Josephine Van Riper-2-F-W-b.N.J..
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page 244b-image 243-July 27

638-840
Rynus Van Riper-30-M-W-shoemaker-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Catherine Van Riper-27-F-W-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Sarah E. Van Riper-14-F-W-b-N.J..
John Van Riper-8-M-W-b.N.J..
Corn’ Van Riper-7-M-W-b.N.J..
Andrew J. Van Riper-M-W-b.N.J..
Paul Van Riper-2-M-W-b.N.J..
Lawrence Van Riper-4mths.-M-W-b.N.J..
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page 293b-image341-Aug 7

1111-1627
John Van Riper-56-M-W-machinist-$1,600-cannot read or write-b.N.J..
Eliza Van Riper-55-F-W-b.N.J..
Eliza Van Riper-17-F-W-b.N.J..
Margaret Van Riper-12-F-W-attending school-b.N.J..
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page 293b-image341-Aug 7

1111-1628
John Van Riper,Jr-20-M-W-moulder-b.N.J..
Bridget Van Riper-20-F-W-b.Ireland
Jacob Van Riper-6m-M-W-b.N.J..
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page 299b-image 353-Aug 8

1165-1721
Henry Van Riper-35-M-W-shoemaker-b.N.J..
Hannah Van Riper-34-F-W-b.N.J..
Henry Van Riper-10-M-W-attending school-b.N.J..
Sarah Van Riper-8-F-W-attending school-b.N.J..
Preston Van Riper-4-M-W-b.N.J..
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page 322b-image 400-Aug 13

1410-108
Henry Fredericks-30y-boatman.-b.N.Y..
Mary A. Fredericks-24-F-W-b.N.Y..
Catherine Fredericks-7-F-W-b.N.J..
Elizabeth Fredericks-3-F-W-b.N.J..
George Fredericks-1-M-W-$800-b.N.J..
Jacob Van Riper-13-M-W-b.N.J..
Henry Conklin-17-M-W-carpenter-b.N.J..
William Sigler-18-M-W-carpenter-b.N.J..
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4/8/2004

 

 

SECOND REFORMED CHURCH PATERSON, NJ MARRIAGES

SECOND REFORMED CHURCH
AT
PATERSON, NJ

MARRIAGES
1828 – 1896
VAN RIPER’S

Jan. 20, 1830 John HUFFMAN, Leah VAN RIPER

May 5, 1832 John VAN RIPER Jr., Sally VAN WINKLE

Feb. 24, 1842 James VAN RIPER, of Paramus, to Margaret HOGENCAMP, of Preakness

Dec. 1, 1842 Henry VAN RIPER, of New York, Hester Ann HOPPER, of Small Lotts

Dec. 4, 1845 Issac G. SPEAKER, Cornelia VAN RIPER

Aug. 16, 1846 James VAN RIPER, Elizabeth BERDAN, both of Preakness

May 22, 1851Richard VAN RIPER to Mary Ellen POST, both of Manchester.

Jan. 20, 1858 Andrew VAN RIPER to Rachel PRINE, both of Wayne.

May 5, 1864 Stephen S. VAN RIPER to Jane ZABRISKIE, both of Saddle River.

Jan. 3, 1866 Garret V. K. DEMAREST, of Acquacknonk to Anna M. VAN RIPER.

Feb. 5, 1872 Jacob H. VAN RIPER to Isabella F. CRAWFORD.

Oct. 23, 1878 Edo VAN RIPER to Anna HOPPER, both of Saddle River.

April 30, 1885 John BUNSON to Mrs. Carrie VAN RIPER.

03/18/2001

 

 

1850 Van Riper,Tioga Twp.,Tioga County,N.Y.State

VAN RIPER
1850 New York State
Tioga Twp.,Tioga County , New York State
page 93b-Sheet 219-image 54-Sept. 4

1347-1372
Thomas Van Riper-55-M-W-farmer-$800-b.NY
Mary Van Riper-43-F-W-b.NY
George Van Riper-21-M-W-farmer-NY
Sarah Van Riper-18-F-W-NY
Alfa Van Riper-15-F-W-b.NY
Ellen Van Riper-10-F-W-b.NY
Catherine Van Riper-F-W-b.NY
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Tioga Twp.,Tioga County , New York State
page 96a, image 60,Sept 5

1389-1413
Richard Van Riper-48-M-W-b.N.J..
Maria Markle-F-W-b.N.J..
Sarah Ann Markle-F-W-b.N.Y..
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Tioga Twp.,Tioga County , New York State
Page 99a-image 65-Sept. 6

1428-1450
El?????-Holmes-42-M-W-Farmer-b.NY
Margaret Holmes-23-F-W-b.NY
Chester Holmes-14-M-W-b.NY
John Holmes-9-M-W-attending school-b.NY
Hannah E. Holmes-5-F-W-attending school-b.NY
Izadow Highbee-14-M-W-b.NY
Morris Van Riper-23-M-W-laborer-b.NY
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Barton Twp.,Tioga County , New York State
page 80b,sheet 80,image 80,Aug. 6

589-597
Rich’d Van Riper-28-M-W-laborer-b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-33-F-W-b.N.Y..
Isabella Van Riper-8-F-W-b.N.Y..
page 81a,sheet 81,image 81,Aug. 7
Margaret Van Riper-6-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Aaron Van Riper-1-M-W-b.N.Y..
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Barton Twp.,Tioga County , New York State
page 43a,sheet 85 ,Aug. 6,image 85

620-629
Richard Van Riper-26-M-W-laborer-b.N.Y..
Sally Van Riper-28-F-W-b.N.Y..
Margaret Van Riper-6-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Aron Van Riper-3-M-W-b.N.Y..
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4/24/2004

 

 

VAN RIPER 1950 PATERSON N.J. CITY DIRECTORY

VAN RIPER 1950 PATERSON N.J. CITY DIRECTORY

Alfred S. Jr. (Margaret)-auto mech. -home 301 Market St. Caroline O.-h 680 E. 25th St. Catherine-widow of George-house worker-h 34 E. Main St. Catherine-widow of Paul-h 252 Dixon Ave. Charles-plating wkr.- r 34 E. Main St. Clifford (Lucy)-pres. Van Holland Hoisery Co. 29 N. West St.-
h 499 E. 38th St.
Edwin(Serena)-teller 1st Nat. Bank & Trust Co. of Paterson 125 Ellison
St-
h-at Preakness (Wayne,NJ) Frederick F. (Dorthy I.)-h 49 Ellison St. Harry A.(Minnie) -elec. 18 N. 4th St.-h 18 N. 4th St. Jennie M. -h 729 E. 26th St. John (Mary A.)-cook-h 398 21st. Ave. Katherine Mrs.-r 16 N. 4th St. Katherine M.-real estate 19 Ridge Ter.-h 19 Ridge Ter. Lena M. Mrs.-h 297 12th Ave.
Lucy- r 271 Totowa Ave.
Madeline- mach. oper.-h 244 Water St.
Marinus-r 252 Dixon Ave.
Marjorie H. -married Russell Dement -moved to Radburn (Fair Lawn,NJ) Paul-died July 25,1949 age 47 Porter(Hazlel M.)-bkkpr Garfield-h h 168 Paterson Ave. Ruth-real estate 19 Ridge Ter.-r 19 Ridge Ter. Shirley S.-clrk tel co-r 18 N 4th St. William(Augusta)-h 380 E. 35th St. William B. (Anna D.)-dentist 17 Church St.-h 712 E. 27th St.

 

 

VAN RIPER-1871 Newark ,NJ-city directory

VAN RIPER-1871 Newark ,NJ-city directory

Alonzo-Japanner-267 Washington St.home Belleville,NJ
Andrew M.-saddletreemaker-h 163 Norfolk St.
Ann Eiza-widow of Peter Jr.-h 233 Academy St.
Caroline-widow of Charles O.-h 87 Boyden St.
Clarissa-widow of Amzi-h State St.opp. John St,
Cornelius-master mason-h 138 New St.
Garrabrant-jeweler, 52 Columbia St.-h Montclair, NJ.
Helen-widow of Israel,dressmaker-h 51 Summit St.
Hezekiah R.-steamfitter-h 237 Academy St.
Jacob J.-carpenter-h 12 Cross St.
James M.(colored)-polisher -h 37 Clayton St.
John-agent-h Irvington ,NJ.
William H.-h 70 Catharine St.

 

 

VAN RIPER-1897-98-Paterson,NJ,city directory.

VAN RIPER-1897-98-Paterson,NJ,city directory.

Adrian-baker,107 Broadway-h 293 Hamilton Ave.
Alfred-h 98 Hamilton Ave.
Albert J.-(Lake View Ribbin Co.)-h 269 Graham Ave.
Alfred S.-(Van Riper & Sutton)-h 207 Market St.
Andrew-painter-h 47 Tyler St.
Anna M.-h 40 Elm St.
Anthony B.-(Frost & Van Riper)-h 246 Van Houten St.
Arthur E.-clerk-h 43 Holsman St.
Bethany T.-widow of Jacob J.-h 269 Graham Ave.
Catharine-widow of Abram-h 48 Hamilton Ave.
Charles C.-carpenter-h 227 Tyler St.
Cornelius-painter-h 47 Tyler St.
Cornelius S.-physician,h 77 Fair St.-
D.(Daniel) Romaine-insurance,room 36 Romaine Bld.-h 128 Hamilton Ave.
Eliza-widow of George-h 21 Rip Van Winkle Ave.
Emily-widow of John-h 43 Holsman St.
Frank-baker-h 148 Water St.
Frederick-clerk-h 336 Ellison St.
George E.-salesman-h 336 Ellison St.
George P.-(Van Riper Mfg. Co.)-h 143 Hamilton Ave.
Hattie-15 Cross St.
Hester A.-widow of Henry-h 392 Ellison St.
Isabella S.-widow of Jacob H.-h 23 Ryle Ave.
Jasper-carpenter-h 166 Ryerson Ave.
John-molder-h 155 Temple st.
John G.-planer-h 62 Park Ave.
Laura-teacher-h 77 Fair St.
Lawrence A.-collector-h 166 Paterson Ave.
Lydecker-clerk-h 288 Hamilton Ave.
Marinus-machinist-h 44 Chadwick St.
Martha E.-h 48 Benson St.
Mary A.-widow of Cornelius-h 390 Ellison St.
Mary E.-widow of Cornelius,dressmaker-h 84 Park Ave.
Matilda L.-widow of Jacob G.-h 288 Hamilton Ave.
Mortimer B.-salesman-h 56 Hamilton Ave.
Paul-laborer-h 252 W. 26th St.
Percy-driver-h 43 Holsman St.
Peter-mason-h 735 E. 28th St.
Philip H.-grocer,73 Broadway-h 336 Ellison St.
Rebecca-widow of George-h 19 High St.
Richard P.-(owner)feed,65 River St.& Clay St. corner of Railroad Ave.-
h-317 E. 32nd St.
Van Riper Mfg. Co.,leather belting ,12,13,14 Van Houten St.
Van Riper & Sutton-(Alfred S. Van Riper and James F. Sutton)-Tel. 139A,
livery & boarding stables,207 Market St.-
horses clipped in first class style.
Walling-h 567 Broadway
William -laborer-h 88 Essex St.
William-mason-h 735 E. 28th St.
William J.-electrician -h h 308 Van Houten St.
William-stagecarpenter-h 48 Hamilton Ave.

12/23/2000

 

 

VAN RIPER-1922 Paterson,NJ,city directory

VAN RIPER-1922 Paterson,NJ,city directory

Abram Z.-reporter,R.G.Dunn & Co.-resides 630 E. 23rd St.
(Dunn R.G. & Co.,the merchantile agency established 1841,
Howard O. Smith,mgr.,(410)152 Market St. tele. 4194.)(also
in this building ,before he died,was the lawyer William Nelson
author of many books on the history and genealogy of the
people in Passaic County.)
Albert-mechanic-res. 199B Van Houten
Alfred-res. 171 E. 21st. St.
Caroline-dressmaker,630 E. 23rd St.-home 630 E. 23rd St.
Catharine-widow of Albert-h 567 E. 18th St.
Charles-res. 343 E. 37th St.
Daniel-watchman-h 22 Jefferson St.
Donald-lawyer-h 657 E. 26th St.
Edwin-receiving teller,Paterson National Bank-h 389 E. 39th St.
Ella-res. 252 Dixon Ave.
Emma-res. 124 Carroll St.
Ferdinand S.-exporter-h 614 E. 24th St.
Frederick G.-(P.H. Van Riper & Son),73 Broadway-h 73 Broadway.
George-motorman-h 55 N. 6th St.
George-clerk E.R.R.-res. 44 River St.
George P.-pres. Van Riper Mfg. Co.,14 Van Houten St.-h 572 E. 25th St.
George S.-contractor-h 896 E. 28th St.
George S.,Jr.-clerk-res. 896 E. 28th St.
George W.-moved to Midland Park,N.J.
Henry-h 542 Broadway
Isaac-sec. Van Riper Mfg. Co.,14 Van Houten St.-res inq. 14 Van Houten St.
Isabelle-nurse public schools-res 735 E. 28th St.
Jennie-steno.,N.Y.-res. 735 E. 28th St.
Jessie-widow of Peter -735 E. 28th St.
John-molder-h 44 River St.
John H. -shoemaker-h 44 River St.
Lawrence A.-real estate-h 101 Ward St.
Lawrence A.,Jr.-sec.-and tres. Van Riper-Barrett silk Corp.,450 Straight St.-
h 297 19th Ave.
Lucy-res.735 E. 28th St.
Madeline-winder-res. 22 Jefferson St.
Marie-h 252 Dixon Ave.
Marinus-v.pres. and sec. Army Salvage Corp.,350 Grand St.-h 252 Dixon Ave.
Mary E.-widow of Adrian-h 630 E. 23rd St.
Matilda-widow of John-h 88 Essex St.
Paul-lab-res. 252 Dixon Ave.
P.H. Van Riper & Son(Frederick G. Van Riper)grocers,73 Broadway.
Porter-accountant-h 881 E. 24th St.
Seeley-realestate and mason contractor-h 75 Chatham Ave.
Walter I.-tres. Van Riper Mfg. Co.,14 Van Houten St.-
h- 396 E. 38th St.
Walter R.-dentist-h 64 17th Ave.
01/08/2001

 

 

VAN RIPER-1960 Paterson ,NJ,City Directory

VAN RIPER-1960 Paterson ,NJ,City Directory

Anna-widow of William B-home 712 E. 27th St.
Carol M.-riv. sec.,N.Y.-resides 136 E. 21st St.
Catherine-widow of Paul-h 252 Dixon Ave.
Clifford (Lucy)-h 499 E. 38th St.
Clifford M.-r 499 E. 38th St.
Ferdinand S.-r 16 Leslie St.
George W. (Catherine N.)-truck driver 48 Camden St.-h 79 Mashall St.
Gordon F. (Forence H.)-(J.B.Ward and Sons) brush maker, 321 Vernon Ave.-
h at Fair Lawn,0-91 W. Amsterdam Ave.
Harry A. (Minnie)-h (4c) 196 Grand St.
Jennie H.-h 729 E. 26th St.
John (Mary A.)-painter- h 136 E. 21st St.
Katherine M.-h 19 Ridge Ter.
Marinus (Elizabeth)-Mech 264 Water St.-h 94 Chadwick St.
Paul (Shirley)-dye house worker-h 474 21st St.
Porter (Hazel M.)-bookkeeper,24 Highland St.-h 168 Paterson Ave.
William P.-moved to Chicago ,Ill.

12/10/2000

 

 

CEDAR LAWN CEMETERY PATERSON, NEW JERSEY Part 2

VAN RIPERS BURIED AT
CEDAR LAWN CEMETERY
PATERSON, NEW JERSEY
Part 2

Section 5
33.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Mary E.
Born: ABT 1834
Place: Paterson,NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 13 Oct 1901
Place: Jersey City,NJ.-widow-67y
Buried: 16 Oct 1901
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ
interment-16002-sec 5- lot 8 grave 4.
cause-Asthenia following guration for carcinona rectum.
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34.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Percival
Born: ABT 1882
Place: Paterson,NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 11 Oct 1886
Place: 163 Division St.,Paterson,NJ.-4y.
Buried: 11 Oct 1886
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ
interment-11 oct 1886.-sec5- lot 32 -grave see diagram. cause-Diphtheria. address-163 Division St.,Paterson,NJ.
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35.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Carmen B.
Born: ABT 1889
Place: New York,New York.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 03 Dec 1947
Place: Elmwood Terr.,East Paterson,NJ.,married,58y4m20d.
Buried: 06 Dec 1947
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ-
interment-48379sec 5 lot 29 grave 4.pine box 7’2″x30″ cause-Coronary Thrombosis. address-Elmwood Terr.,East Paterson,NJ. Director-Greenleaf Funeral Home(Kenneth M. Vreeland),Englewood,NJ.
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36.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Vincent
Born: ABT 1883
Place: New York,New York
Christened:
Place:
Died: 09 Jan 1950
Place: 29 Elmwood Ter.,East Paterson,NJ-widower-66y3m14d
Buried: 11 Jan 1950
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ
interment-49882-sec 5- lot 29- grave 3.-pine box 7’4″x30″.’ cause-Cancer of left bronchus. Address-29 Elmwood Terr.,East Paterson,NJ.(Elmwwod Park) Director-C.C. Van Emburgh,Inc.
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37.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Romain
Born: ABT 1853
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died: 01 Oct 1891
Place: 32 7th Ave.,New York ,New York.-married-38y.
Buried: 05 Oct 1891
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ
interment-10533-sec 5- lot- 29- grave 1&2-brick grave.
Removed to Vault.
address-32 7th. Ave.,New York,New York.
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38.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Richard
Born: ABT 1831
Place: Passaic, NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 29 Jan 1865
Place: Passaic-married-34y
Buried: 19 Sep 1902
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ
interment-16514-sec 5- lot 8- grave5.
cause-unknown.
Removed from-First Reformed Church Passaic,NJ.
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39.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Lauretta
Born: ABT 1857
Place: New Jersey
Christened:
Place:
Died: 23 Sep 1878
Place: 143 Division St.,Paterson,NJ.-21y1m12d.-single.
Buried: 25 Sep 1878
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ
interment-4162-sec 5- lot 32- grave n/a.
cause-Phthisis Pulmonalis.
Removed from-sec 4- lot 397- grave 2 1883.
address- 143 Division St.,Paterson NJ.
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40.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: L. Matilda
Born: ABT 1871
Place: Paterson,NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 27 Oct 1938
Place: Christian Sanatorium,Wyckoff,NJ.-widow.
Buried: 29 Oct 1938
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.-67y-widow
interment-41494-sec 5- lot 31&32- grave 13
cause- Hypostatic Pneumonia.
address-572 East 25th St.,Paterson,NJ.
Vault-Mead-Suydam cement vault #6
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41.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: George P.
Born: ABT 1845
Place: U.S.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 22 Aug 1925
Place: Goshen,New York.-80y-married
Buried: 26 Aug 1925
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.
interment-32270-sec 5- lot 31,32- grave 12.
cause Myocarditis.
vault-crews #4 1/2
address-25th St. and 12th Ave., Paterson,NJ
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42.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Frances
Born:
Place: U.S.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 20 Feb 1905
Place: Paterson,NJ.-adult-single
Buried: 20 Feb 1905
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ
interment-17947- sec5- lot 31- grave 5.
cause-Cancer.
address-698 East 24th St.,Paterson,NJ.
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43.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: George
Born: ABT 1871
Place: Paterson,NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 04 May 1871
Place: Paterson,NJ.
Buried: 04 May 1871
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ.
interment-962-sec 5- lot 32 -grave n/a
Removed from-sec 4- lot 397- grave 8- 1883.
cause-Congestion Lungs & brain.
address-N.E. Cor. Division St. & Straight St.,Paterson,NJ.
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44.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Charlotte C.
Born:
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died:
Place: 62y2m14d
Buried: 04 May 1914
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ.
intement-23302-sec 5- lot 31- grave 8&14.
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45.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Alfred J.
Born: ABT 1865
Place: Newark,NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 24 Oct 1923
Place: Paramus Rd.,Arcola,NJ.-58y-married.
Buried: 27 Oct 1923
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ.
interment-31074-sec 5- lot 68- grave 9.
cause-Dropsy
address-Paramus Rd.,Arcola, NJ.
vault-Crews Vault 4 1/2.
Removed to-sec 5- lot 70- grave 3-April 28,1932-ticket #21476.
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46.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Martha Kinsilla
Born: ABT 1871
Place: Paterson,NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 06 Jan 1961
Place: Halifax District Hosp.,Daytona Beach,Florida.90y.
Buried: 10 Jan 1961
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem. ,Paterson NJ.
interment-sec 5- lot 70- grave 4.
cause-not given.
director-Almgren Funeral Home,Inc.
outside case- #5 crews concrete vault.
address-Daytona Plaza,,Daytona Beach,Florida.
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47.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Henry Coit
Born: ABT 1849
Place: Paterson,NJ
Christened:
Place:
Died: 01 May 1853
Place: Cor. Arch & Water Sts.,Paterson,NJ.-3y6m.
Buried: 30 Apr 1886
Place: Cedar lawn Cem.,Paterson, NJ.
interment-7604-sec 5- lot 178- div.S-grave9.
cause-Croup.
Removed from- Sandy Hill Cemetery,Paterson,NJ.
address-Cor. Arch and Water Sts.,Paterson,NJ.
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48.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Jacob H.
Born: ABT 1847
Place: New York.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 10 Jan 1886
Place: Newark, NJ.-39y-married
Buried: 10 Jan 1886
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem. ,Paterson,Nj.
interment-7463-sec 5- lot 178- grave 2.
cause-R.R. accident.
address-Newark,NJ.
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49.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Henry
Born: ABT 1819
Place: New York,New York.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 13 Jun 1851
Place: 15 Watts St.,New York,New York-32y.-married
Buried: 13 Jun 1851
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ.
internment-7603-sec 5 lot 178 – div. S-grave 9.
Removed from-Sandy Hill Cem.,Paterson,NJ.
cause-Accident
address-15 Watts St.,New York,New York.
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50.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Anna E.
Born:
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died: 19 Mar 1884
Place:
Buried: 30 Mar 1903
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem. ,Paterson ,NJ.
interment-16823- sec 5- lot 298 grave2
Removed from- First Reformed Cemetery ,Passaic,NJ. address-Bergen County ,NJ.
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51.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Hartman V.
Born:
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died: 24 Dec 1902
Place: Dundee Lake,Saddle River Twp.Bergen Co.,NJ.,married
Buried: 30 Mar 1903
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem,Paterson,NJ.
interment-16820- sec 5- lot 298- grave 3.
Removed from-First Reformed Cem., Passaic, NJ.
address-Dundee Lake ,Bergen Co.,NJ.
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52.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Jane E.
Born:
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died:
Place: 76y.
Buried: 13 Mar 1918
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem, Paterson,NJ.
Special Relation to Father: None
Special Relation to Mother: None
interment-27274- sec 5,- lot 298- grave 4.
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53.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: William Porter
Born: ABT 1891
Place: Paterson,NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 03 Aug 1968
Place: Saddle Brook Hosp.,NJ.-77y.-married to Hazel Glover Van Riper.
Buried: 06 Aug 1968
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson, NJ.
interment-62901-sec 5- lot 298- grave 8.(owner)
cause-Pneumonia
address-168 Paterson Ave.,Paterson,NJ.
outside case-#5 Crews concrete vault.
director-Moore’s Home for Funerals.
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54.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: George
Born:
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died: 11 Mar 1895
Place:
Buried: 30 Mar 1903
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson, NJ.
interment-16824- sec 5 lot 298- grave 1.
Removed from-First Reformed Cemetery ,Passaic,NJ. address-Bergen County,NJ.
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55.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: George H.
Born:
Place: Bergen County,NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: ABT 1893
Place:
Buried: 30 Mar 1903
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ.
interment-16825- sec 5-lot 298- grave 1.
Removed from-First Reformed Cemetery ,Passaic,NJ.
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56.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Carrie E.
Born: ABT 1865
Place: Worcester,Mass.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 31 Mar 1943
Place: 101 Ward St. ,Paterson, NJ.-78y-widow.
Buried: 02 Apr 1943
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ.
iterment-44903- sec 5 lot 298- grave 9.
cause- Chronic Endocarditis.
outside case-Farrell’s cement vault # 4 1/2.
address-101 Ward St.,Paterson,NJ.
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57.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Hester A.
Born: ABT 1824
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died: 05 Mar 1907
Place: 83y-married.
Buried: 08 Mar 1907
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,Paterson,NJ.
interment-19157- sec 5- lot 178 div S-grave 10&11.
cause- Sen. & Neph.
address-392 Ellison St.,Paterson, NJ
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58.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Lawrence A.
Born: ABT 1864
Place: U.S.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 25 Jun 1923
Place: 101 Ward St.,Paterson NJ.-58y10m11d-married.
Buried: 27 Jun 1923
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem. ,Paterson,NJ.
interment-30911- sec 5- lot 298- grave 10.
cause Cancer.
vault-Crews vault #4 1/2.
address-101 Ward St. ,Paterson,NJ.
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59.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Clara
Born:
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died: 02 Oct 1872
Place:
Buried: 30 Mar 1903
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem. ,Paterson NJ.
interment-16822- sec5 lot 298-grave 2.
Removed from- First Reformed Cemetery ,Passaic NJ. address-Bergen Co.,NJ.
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60.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Cecelia
Born:
Place:
Christened:
Place:
Died: 26 Aug 1872
Place:
Buried: 30 Mar 1903
Place: Cedar Lawn Cem.,NJ.
interment-16821- sec 5- lot 298- grave 2.
Removed from-First Reformed Church Cem., Passaic.,
(located near the Passaic River bridge, off Rt. 21.,no longer exists) address-Bergen County.
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61.
Surname: Van Riper
Name: Hazel
Born: ABT 1895
Place: NJ.
Christened:
Place:
Died: 11 May 1991
Place: Pleasantville,NJ.-96y-widow-wife of lot owner.
Buried: 17 May 1991
Place: Cremation
interment-77082- sec 5- lot 298-grave H8.
cause- Cancer of lung.
address-Weymouth & Railroad Ave, Elwood,NJ. director-Middleton-Stroble Funeral Home
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9/3/2002

 

 

Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York: 1915.

Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York: 1915.

Yearbook of the Holland Society of New
York: 1915.
List of Members, 01 Feb 1915

Name: Abram Zeek Van Riper
Address: Paterson, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1907

Name: William Knickerbocker Van Reypen
Address: Washington, D. C.
Year Admitted: 1887

Name: Alfred Jacob Van Riper
Address: Paterson, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1908

Name: Anthony Bowden Van Riper
Address: Paterson, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1909

Name: Arthur Ward Van Riper
Address: Passaic, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1906

Name: Cornelius Van Riper
Address: Passaic, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1886

Name: John Terhune Van Riper
Address: Passaic, N. J.
Year Admitted: 1904

 

 

1900 Van Riper sensus, Michigan, Wexford County

1900
VAN RIPER
Federal Census
Michigan
=======================================
Wexford County
Boon Township
Harrietta
T623-roll 755
district 117
page 104b, sheet 6, image 11, June 12
Campbell Avenue

111-112
Charles A. Van Riper-33-M-W-head-blacksmith-married 15yrs.-
b.Aug.1856 Mi..-Fa.b.N.J..-Mo.b.N.J..
Alice Van Riper-37-F-W-wife-married 15yrs.-2 children,2 living-
b.April 1862 Mi..-Fa.b.Indiana, Mo.b.Mi..
Mabel Van Riper-13-F-W-daughter-at school-b.June 1886 Mi..-Fa.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
William Van Riper-11-M-W-son-at school-Nov.1888 Mi..-Fa.Mi..-Mo.b.Mi..
Garrett J. Van Riper-79-M-W-father-b.Nov.1820 N.J..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Jacob Jones-50-M-W-boarder-carpenter-widow-b.April 1850 Pa..-Fab.n/a-Mo.b.n/a
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12/4/2005

 

 

1880 Van Riper census,Georgia

1880
Van Riper
Georgia
Crawford County
===============
district 46, Tabors
T9-roll 142
page 672b, sheet 6, image 6, June 14
39-39
D. W. Van Riper-54-M-W-artist-b.N.Y..-Fa. N.Y..-Mo.b. N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-55-F.W-wife-keeps house-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b. N.Y..
William W. Van Riper-32-M-W-son-farmer-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
George M. Van Riper-25-M-W-son-farmer-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
Charles E. Van Riper-22-M-W-son-farmer-single-b.N.Y..-Fa.b.N.Y..-Mo.b.N.Y..
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11/23/2004

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Flatbush,Kings Co.,N.Y.

1870
VAN RIPER
New York State
Kings County
===================
Flatbush
M593-roll 963
P.O. Flatbush
Kings Co. Nunery
page 67a, sheet 133, image 133, July 13
615-687(Orphanage)
Ad Van Riper-22-F-W-pauper-b.U.S.A..
with 280 other children not related.
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10/3/2004

 

 

1860 Van Riper census, Ohio

1860
VAN RIPER
OHIO
M653-roll 170
Warren County, Turttle Creek Twp.
——————
page 256, Sheet 37, image 103

254-253
James Van Riper-35-M-W-farmer-b.Ohio
Catherine Van Riper-36-F-W-b.Ohio
John Van Riper-15-M-W-farmer-$3,000-$400-at school-b.Ohio
William Van Riper-13-M-W-at school-b.Ohio
Mary A Van Riper-12-F-W-at school-b.Ohio
Harp Van Riper-10-M-W-at school-b.Ohio
Horace Van Riper-8-M-W-at school-b.Ohio
Eva Van Riper-6-F-W-at school-b.Ohio
Rebecca Van Riper-54-F-W-b.Pennsylvania
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James Stout Van Riper X Edith (nee Scharnagel)

My name is Von Worthington. My mother was Isabel Van Riper. She was born in Staten Island 1/2/1907 to James Stout Van Riper and his wife Edith (nee Scharnagel). They moved to Freehold, NJ around 1910 where James lived until his death around 1958. James had a brother, William, and at least one sister, Ella?. He may also have had a sister called Bell after whom my mother was named, but it isn’t clear to me if she was my mother’s aunt or great aunt. I have some family pictures, but the Van Riper side of the family was old when I was young. My mother’s mother was 40 when Mom was born, and my mother was 40 when I was born. Also, Mom was an only child. I don’t recall ever meeting a relative named Van Riper; although, I presumably met Uncle Will when I was an infant.

I would be interested in contacting anyone who may be a long lost
relative who could help me fill in the many gaps in my family tree.
If you would like me to e-mail pictures, it would be my pleasure.

Thanks,

Von

 

 

1870 Van Riper census,Montclair Twp.,Essex Co.,N.J.

Garabrant Van Riper-37-M-W-farmer-$6,400-$500-b.N.J..
Jacob J. Van Riper-42-M-W-b.N.J..
Sarah Van Riper-38-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
Theodore Van Riper-14-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Jalmadge Van Riper-9-M-W-at school-b.N.J..,
Charles Van Riper-3-M-W-b.N.J..
Flora F. Van Riper-1-F-W-b.N.J..
Nicholas Snyder-32-M-W-laborer-b.Poland
Johannah Snyder-29-F-W-servant-Ireland
Michael Snyder-4-M-W-N.J..
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Montclair Twp.
M593-roll 861
P.O. Bloomfield
page 265a, sheet 5, image 5, July 12

36-36
Aaron Van Riper-56-M-W-farmer-$2,500-b.N.J..
Jemina Van Riper-53-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
Almira Van Riper-26-F-W-b.N.J..
Julia Van Riper-19-F-W-b.N.J..
George W. Van Riper-17-M-W-works of farm-b.N.J..
Eugene Van Riper-11-M-W-at school-b.N.J..
Margetha (Martha) Van Riper-9-F-W-at school-b.N.J..
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Montclair Twp.
M593-roll 861
P.O. Bloomfield
page 265a, sheet 5, image 5, July 12

37-37
Thomas C.(Cadmas) Van Riper-38-M-W-farmer-$10,000-$1,000-b.N.J..
Caroline Van Riper-33-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
Peter S. Van Riper-13-M-W-b.N.J..
Margaret (Marjore)Van Riper-10-F-W-b.N.J..
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Montclair Twp.
M593-roll 861
P.O. Bloomfield
page 278a, sheet 31, image 31, July 21

219-225
Peter H. Van Riper-45-com merchant-$30,000-$23,000-b.N.Y..
Sarah Van Riper-45-F-W-keeps house-b.N.J..
Cornelius H. Van Riper-22-M-W-b.N.Y..
Edmund S. Van Riper-19-M-W-b.N.Y..
Peter H. Demarest-37-M-W-b.N.Y..
Eliza Meyers-16-F-W-servant-b.N.J..
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9/3/2004

 

 

1850 Van Riper, Rockland and Orange County, NY

1850 Federal Census
Rockland and Orange County
NEW YORK STATE
ROCKLAND COUNTY
Ramapo Twp.
page 353b,image 6,Sept.?

45-45
Dennis Van Riper-58-M-W-farmer-$2,400,b.NJ
Maria Van Riper-52-F-W-b.NJ
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ROCKLAND COUNTY
Ramapo Twp.
page 359a,image 17

151-151
Thomas Van Riper-38-M-W-farmer-$1,000-b.N.J..
Hannah Van Riper-36-F-W-b.N.J..
Aron Van Riper-10-M-W-attending school-b.N.J..
Maria Van Riper-8-F-W-b.attending school-N.J..
Charity Van Riper-6-F-W-attending school-b.N.Y..
Andrew Van Riper-4-M-W-b.N.Y..
Margaret Van Riper-9mths.-F-W-b.N.Y..
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ROCKLAND COUNTY
Ramapo Twp.
page 365b-image 30

254-254
John B. Harring-60-M-W-farmer-$3,000-b.N.J..
Catharin Harring-57-F-W-b.N.J..
Catharin B. Veyelln ?-37-F-W-b.N.Y..
Elvira Veyelln?-17-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Dudley-35-F-W-b.N.Y..
Irving Haring-1m-M-W-b.N.Y..
CATHERINE VAN RIPER-98-F-W-b.N.J..
===============================
ROCKLAND COUNTY
Clarkstown
M432-roll 588
page 246,image 8

58-63-image 8
Abraham Blauvelt-65-M-W-farmer-$5,000-b.N.Y..
Mariah Blauvelt-62-F-W-b.N.Y..
Catherine Blauvelt-18-F-W-b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Blauvelt-16-F-W-b.N.Y..
JACOB VAN RIPER-50-M-W-laborer-b.N.J..
Sylvester Jersey-9-M-W-b.N.Y..
Ellen E. Tallman-3-F-W-b.N.Y..
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ROCKLAND COUNTY
Clarkstown Twp.
page 262-image 40-Sept. 4

325-349
Jacob A. Van Riper-42-cotton manf.-$2,000-b.N.J..
Maria Van Riper-33-F-W-b.N.Y..
Francis Van Riper-8-M-W-attending school-b.N.Y..
Isabella Van Riper-1-F-W-b.N.Y..
Lewis Van Riper-40-M-W-cotton manf.-NJ
Elizabeth Van Orden-80-F-W-b.N.Y..
=================================================
ORANGE COUNTY
Goshen Twp.
page 209a-image 63-Nov. 25

413-431
Joseph Terbell-45-lumber m.-$4,500-b.N.Y..
Hilah Terbell-45-F-W-b.-N.Y..
James Terbell-15-M-W-student-b.N.Y..
Mary L. VAN RYPEN-18-F-W-b.N.Y..
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4/21/2004

 

 

1860 Van Riper census,NY City,ward 22,NY Co.,NY State

1860
VAN RIPER
New York State
New York County
New York City
==================
Ward 22, District 2
M653-roll 820
page 644, sheet 360, image 360, July 28
902-2863 (four family house)
Caroline Van Riper-40-F-W-taileress-b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-20-F-W-taileress-b.N.Y..
Phoeba Van Riper-16-F-W-taileress-b.N.Y..
Josiah Van Riper-14-M-W-at school-b.N.Y
George Carpenter-26-M-W-b.N.Y..
Sarah Carpenter-24-F-W-b.N.Y..
John Carpenter-5-M-W-b.N.Y..
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Ward 22, District 2
M653-roll 820
page 824, sheet 540, image 540, Aug 3

1180-4078
James W. Gurney-21-M-W-grocer-b.N.Y..
Jane Gurney-20-F-W-b.N.Y..
Bernard Van Riper-40-M-W-tailor (437 W.44rth. St.)-b.N.J..
(home at 428 W. 44rth)
Susan Van Riper-35-F-W-b.N.Y..
Josephine Van Riper-16-F-W-b.N.Y..
Mary Van Riper-15-F-W-at school-b.N.Y..
Wm. Nesbitt-22-M-W-lawyer.b.N.Y..
Margarett Nesbitt-22-F-W-b.N.Y..
Elizabeth Newman-16-F-W-b.Pennsylvania
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7/9/2004