Jacob Tremper1

#1515, (circa 1670 - )
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Nelle Belle Bridges

Family

Christina Welker b. c 1675
Children 1.Wilhelm Tremper3 (1694 - 1696)
 2.George Philip Tremper3 (1696 - 1698)
 3.Harmanus1 Tremper3 (1698 - )
 4.Johannes Tremper+3 (1703 - )
 5.Anna Catherina Tremper3 (1706 - )
 6.Johannes Jury Tremper+3 (1709 - bt 1769 - 1770)
 7. Jacob Tremper Jr+1 (c 1712 - )
 8.Wilhelmus Tremper3 (1712 - 1782)
 9.Catherina Tremper3 (1716 - )
 10.Hermanus Tremper+3 (1718 - 1786)
 11.Lena Tremper3 (1718 - )
"The Trempers were Palatines who came to New York State under the auspices of Governor Hunter on the Manor of Robert Livingston in what is now Columbia County NY, but there is no evidence that they actually lived at Livingston Manor. Rather, they settled in New York City, where their earliest records are found."2 
Jacob Tremper was also known as Johan Jacob Trömper. 
Birth*circa 1670He was born circa 1670 at Hesse, Prussia, GermanyG; Prussia; Hesse-Nassau; Rhineland-Palatinate; Katzenelnbogen.3,1 
Marriage*say 1693He married Christina Welker say 1693 at GermanyG.1 
circa 1695He and Christina Welker lived circa 1695 at Neuwied, Germany, Neuwied; Neuwied is a town in the north of the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, capital of the District of Neuwied. Neuwied lies on the right bank of the Rhine, 12 km northwest of Koblenz, on the railway from Frankfurt am Main to Cologne.
source: wikipedia. 
between 1713 and 1720He and Christina Welker migrated to New York, New York, from Neuwied, Germany between 1713 and 1720.4,5 
Baptism17 September 1740He sponsored the baptism of Johan Jacob Tremper on 17 September 1740 at Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, New York, New York.6 
(an unknown value.)3 
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S203] Eugene B. Willard, Daniel Webster Williams, George Ott Newman and Charles Boardman Taylor, editor, A Standard History of the Hanging Rock Iron Region of Ohio (2 volumes) (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1916), pp 846/7.
  2. [S613] Priscilla M. Tremper Leith and John Douglas Leith, "The Trömper Family from Europe to America and Dutchess Count, NY", Dutchess County Genealogical Society Newsletter 19:4 (Summer 2011): p. 3. " This family’s surname was originally listed as Trömper when the immigrants Johan Jacob Trömper and Anna Christina Welcker came to Manhattan in the early 1720’s from Neuwied, Germany. Their 5 sons each spelled the name phonetically, and it became Tremper, Trimper, Trumper or other variants throughout the Hudson River Valley and in other states where they migrated.
    "Among the early settlers to Dutchess County, NY was their son Johan Jury (George) Tremper (1709-1769) with his wife Anna-Madelena Denemarken (1716-1753). The Trempers were Palatines who came to New York State under the auspices of Governor Hunter on the Manor of Robert Livingston in what is now Columbia County NY, but there is no evidence that they actually lived at Livingston Manor. Rather, they settled in New York City, where their earliest records are found."
  3. [S212] Priscilla Tremper Leith on Ancestry.com, internet post.
  4. [S203] Eugene B. Willard, Daniel Webster Williams, George Ott Newman and Charles Boardman Taylor, A Standard History of the Hanging Rock Iron Region of Ohio, II:846–847.
  5. [S613] Priscilla M. Tremper Leith and John Douglas Leith, "The Trömper Family from Europe to America", p. 3. "Johan Jacob Trömper and Anna Christina Welcker came to Manhattan in the early 1720’s from Neuwied, Germany."
  6. [S1193] Tobias Alexander Wright, editor, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York: Baptisms From 1731 to 1800 (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1902), p. 81. Johan Jacob, son of Jacob Tremper and Maryjtje Peffer, bapt. 17 Sep 1740; sponsors Jacob Tremper, Senior, and Christina Welker, syn h.v. [sijne huis vrouw, his wife]