Susanna Tippel1



Johannes Jury Tremper b. 1709, d. bt 1769 - 1770
Her married name was Tremper. 
Marriage*25 May 1754She married Johannes Jury Tremper, son of Jacob Tremper and Christina Welker, on 25 May 1754 at Rhinebeck Flats Reformed Dutch Church, Dutchess Co., New YorkG; (his 2nd.)1 
Baptism15 November 1761She sponsored the baptism of Johan Jurge Tremper on 15 November 1761 at Reyn Beeck (Red Hook), Dutchess Co., New YorkG.2 
Baptism19 February 1764She sponsored the baptism of Johan Georg Tremper on 19 February 1764 at Dutch Reformed Church, Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., New YorkG.3 
Baptism18 December 1768She sponsored the baptism of Hermanus Tremper on 18 December 1768 at Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., New YorkG.4 
8 December 1769In Johannes Jury Tremper's will dated 8 December 1769, Susanna Tippel was named as an heir; (exec. wife, son Jacob, son-in-law Abram Roel.)5 


  1. [S1159] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Poughkeepsie and the Flats (New York: Holland Society, unknown publish date), Jurriaan Trimper [sic] and Susannah Tippel, both res. here, marr. with license 25 May 1754.
  2. [S1834] G M Weiss and others, compilers, translated and transcribed by Dingman Versteeg, General Church Book of the Reformed Church at Reyn Beeck (Rhinebeck) (The Holland Society of New York), filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah (1977), Reyn Beeck (Red Hook), p. 137, img. 77/262. Johan Jurg., child of Jacob Trember and Catharina Thiel, bapt. 15 Nov 1761; sponsors Johan Jurg Trember and Susanna Dippel, his wife [all names sic]. Hereinafter cited as General Church Book of the Church at Reyn Beeck.
  3. [S1834] G M Weiss and others, General Church Book of the Church at Reyn Beeck, p. 143, img. 80/262. Johan Georg, child of Joh. Trimper and Catharina Tuppel, bapt. 19 Feb 1764; sponsors Joh Georg Trimper and wife Susanna Tuppel.
  4. [S1834] G M Weiss and others, General Church Book of the Church at Reyn Beeck, p. 199, img. 108/262. Marytien and Hermannus, twin children of Jacob Trimper [sic] and Catherina Diel, bapt. 18 Dec 1768; sponsors Lorentz Diel and wife Marytien, and Johan Georg Trimper and wife Susanna Tuppel.
  5. [S1158] William S. Pelletrau, compiler, Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogate’s Office, City of New York (New York: New York Historical Society, 1893-1913), VII:333, citing liber 27:309.
    In the name of God, Amen. December 8, 1769. I, JOHN GEORGE TREMPER, of Rhinebeck Precinct, Duchess County, yeoman. "I leave to my eldest son Jacob 8 shillings for his Primogeniture, and he is to make no further Pretense." I leave to my wife Susanna, and my youngest daughter Catharine, all my movable household stuff, and furniture, and all other goods and chattels, belonging to my house, bedding, iron vessels, glass, etc., "and all Women's Cloaths," and all linnen and woolen cloth, "made up and unmade," and all debts due to me. And they are to have the use of the northerly room in my dwelling house, "with the iron stove in it." And also room in the cellar. "And my son Jacob is to provide them fire wood, cut and brought to the door." "And they shall have the privilege to boil their victuals and water for their use by the fire that my son Jacob must keep for his family use." "My wife Susanna, during the time she remains my widow, shall buy every spring a Pig, worth 10 shillings, which my son Jacob shall feed and make fat for her use, so that it has the weight of 150 Pounds or thereabouts at killing time." I leave to my son Jacob the lot of land whereon I now live, with the house, barn house, and all buildings, and my negro man "Toby" and all my waggons and tools. And he shall pay to my son John £50, and to my daughter Lena, wife of Abraham Roel Rip, £62, 10s, and to my daughter Catherine, £12, 10s. "If my son Jacob shall at any time keep an Inn or Tavern on the land and premises I have given him he shall not allow any sort of Gaming to be used or practiced in any part of the buildings." I make my wife and my son Jacob and my son-in-law Abraham Roel Kip, executors.
    Witnesses, Adam Shever, Henry Diell, Christian Schultz, schoolmaster. Proved, June 18, 1770.