The Kip/Kipp Family of New Amsterdam (New York)
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Genealogical information on The Kip/Kipp Family of New Amsterdam (New York)
Hendrick Hendricksen [Kip] (1600- Sept. 14, 1685) settled in New Amsterdam (later New York City) between 1637 and 1643.
The databases listed below are all on the World Connect website. All sources that I have found and used are listed for each person.
I continue to add new sources and information. This means that the World Connect databases get updated every few months.
Information on the Ancestry of Hendrick Hendricksen [Kip] the Founder of the Kip Family in America - Updated Nov. 4, 2015
Baptism of Children of Hendrick and Tryntje in Amsterdam.
How Hendrick Hendricksen Kip Bequeathed His Estate.
De Halve Maen, Vol. XXXVII, No. 3, Oct. 1962. P. 9, 10, 12. Original will (in Dutch) is part of the Kip Family Papers. MssCol 1651. New York Public Library, Manuscript Collections.
The de Kype Family Story, What Should We Do with it?
Descendants of Hendrick Hendricksen [Kip] and Tryntje Lubberts of New Amsterdam or The Kip/Kipp Family of New Amsterdam (New York)
In World Connect, search the "jump to a specific database" field for edwkipp8.
Capt. Samuel Kipp (Dec. 16, 1753 - Feb. 23, 1803)
Samuel Kipp (1753 - 1803) et ses descendants (In French)
Samuel Kipp (1753 - 1803) and his descendants (English translation by Edward and Margaret Kipp)
James Kipp (March 15, 1788 - July 2, 1880) Upper Missouri River Fur Trader and Missouri Farmer
Article about James Kipp written by
W. Raymond Wood
Emeritus professor of anthropology
and research professor
117 Museum Support Center
University of Missouri
Columbia, MLO 65211-3170
James Kipp is the son of Capt Samuel Kipp and Mary Knapp.
The title of the article is:
James Kipp: Upper Missouri River Fur Trader and Missouri Farmer.
Published in North Dakota History, Journal of the Northern Plains, Vol. 77, Nos. 1 & 2. Pages 40.
The article is copyright 2011 by the State Historical Society of North Dakota. This article is for sale by the bookstore
at the North Dakota Heritage Center, and can be ordered for $14.95 at (701) 328-2879.
There is one error in it: Kipp could not have interacted with William Laidlaw on the Red River in 1808, for Laidlaw was only 8 years old at the time, having been born in 1800.
Genealogical Information on Canadian Kipp Families who are descended from Hendrick Hendricksen [Kip]
John Kipp and Lydia McPherson; Norfolk, Oxford, Middlesex, Elgin and Lambton Counties, Ontario; 6 Generations
In World Connect, search the "jump to a specific database" field for kipp_tillsonburg.
Isaac Kipp and Hannah Meed; Oxford and Brant Counties, Ontario; 3 Generations
In World Connect, search the "jump to a specific database" field for kipp_meed.
Updated October 21, 2016