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a. Note:   Marriage per LDS IGI, New York as of Mar 1992, p 39,941. Occupation: Tanner lived: Outward Div Bowery
Bapt date per Carol Personette Comfort, Apr 1997. Son of Phillip Minthorn Sr. on 1730 NYC Assessment Roll.
"Calendar of Wills" p 255. "Minthorne, Philipp, in the Bowree, Out Ward, NYC, yeoman. Wife Johanna, children Philipp, Johanna, Hillegonda and Margaret, sisters Geertje, Sarah and Hannah. Land on Manhattan Island, called the Negroes Cagee, tanyards on the freshwater; personal property. Executors the wife, bro. John Minthorne and bro-in-law John Roll. Witnesses: Andryes Ten Eyck, Samuel Beekman, Cordwainer, and H. Demeyer" Copy 117 (M9) 1732 Aug 18; 1751 Mar 10.
Will (18 Aug 1732; proved 10 Mar 1756) of Philip Minthorne Jr. mentions children: Philipp, Johanna (m Wiert Banta), Hillegonda, Margaret. His sisters: Geertje m Jonas Ryt (Wright), Sarah and Hannah. His brother; John; his brother-in-law; John Roll. Per Carol Personette Comfort 1993. Wills page 380. In the name of God, Amen, August 18, 1732. I, Philip Minthorne, in the Bowery, in the Out Ward of New York, yeoman, being sick in body. "My executors are to sell all my right and title to a certain piece of land on the Island of Manhattan, near the Bowery, commonly called and known by the name of the Negroes cagee. I leave to my son Philip £25 when of age, in full bar as eldest son. I leave to my three sisters, Geertie, Sarah, and Hannah, all my right in two certain tan yards, lying and being at Fresh water, next adjoining to the other Tan yards. I leve to my wife Johana the use of all the rest of my estate during her life or widowhood for her maintainance and to bring up my children till of age, and then I give all my estate to my children, Philip, Johana, Hillegande, Margaret, "and to such child which I shall by God's Grace get in the future." I make my wife Johana and my brother, John Minthorne, and my brother in law, John Roll, exectuors. Witnesses, Andries Ten Eyck, Samuel Beekman, cordwainer, Henry DeMeyer. Proved, March 10, 1756.
Note: "Hannah Minthorne 1781-1829, age 16, only daughter of Mangle Minthorne m 1798 Daniel D. Tompkins, son of Jonathan g. Thompkins." Daniel was governor of New York and Vice President of the US 1817-1824. He died 1825. (Hannah descended from Philip, son of Philip Minthorne Jr.) Per Carol Personette Comfort 1993.
Per Staten Island Historical Society, 1993. Philip Minthorn (Menthorne) and Annatje Roll, wife called Johanna, 1732 will. Will #117 (MA) 1732 Aug 18 - 1751 Mar 10. Minthorne, Philip of Bowkee Outward NYC, yeoman. Wife, Johanna. Children: Philipp, Johanna, Hillegonda and Margaret. Sisters Geertje (wed Johannes Van Deuese p 473), Sarah, Hannah. Brother John. Brother-in-law John Roll (#2238). "Calendar of Wills 1626-1836" compiled by Berthold Fernow.
Marriage date of Feb 9, 1723 of Philip Minthorne and Joh Rall, witn. John Rall. S.I. Hist. Soc. 1993. per "Collections of the New York Gen and Bio Soc." Vol I. Marriages from 1639-1801 in the Reformed Dutch Church, NY.
NY Will Abstract, Vol III, p 424. "Will of Mangle Jansen Roll, of Turtle Bay." "I make my.....son-in-law Philip Minthorne,...executors."
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. Vol 131; Number 1. January 2000. Barbara Barth. p. 43. Son of Philip and Hillegont (Webers) Minthorne. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.