Husband: Conrad Hopler (1 2)
Born: 1730 in Germany
Married:
Died: 26 May 1815 in Powerville, Morris, NJ
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Wife: Elizabeth DeMouth (3 4)
Born: 29 Oct 1735 (5)
Died: 06 Mar 1814
Father: Frederick Johann Demouth, Temout
Mother: Annatie Charlotte Eleanora Miller Muller
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Charlotte Hopler (7)
Born:
Died:
Spouses: Henry Mourison
02 (F): Elizabeth Hopler (8)
Born:
Died:
Spouses: William VanWinkle
03 (F): Catherine Hopler (9)
Born:
Died:
Spouses: Isaac Tuttle
04 (F): Ann Elizabeth Hopler (10 11)
Born: about 1772 in Boonton, Morris, NJ
Died: 27 Feb 1841 in Boonton, Morris, NJ
Spouses: Jacob Vanderhoof
05 (F): Margaret Hopler (12)
Born:
Died:
Spouses: James Shaw
06 (F): Sarah Hopler (13)
Born:
Died:
Spouses: David Pecabock
07 (F): Susannah Hopler (14)
Born:
Died:
Spouses: James Lyon
08 (M): Peter Hopler (15)
Born:
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09 (F): Mary Hopler (16)
Born:
Died: before May 1816
Spouses:
10 (M): Frederick Hopler (17)
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Additional Information

Conrad Hopler:

Notes:

http://research.cousinsearchnetwork.com/1314.html
Conrad Hoppler built the first bridge across the Rockaway River at Powerville. It stood a little above the spot where the upper bridge now stands, for the construction in which he received three bushels of salt. The birdge was of rude workmanship, and the salt at that time was worth from $8 to $10 a bushel. Shortly after the Revolution this same Hoppler built a dam across the river just above the bridge, and erected a small grist-mill on the west bank of the river, a few rods below the bridge. This was the first mill of any description erected in Powerville.

At Powerville the Hopler mill was known prior to 1800, and was located above the present mill. In April 1802 Conrad Hopler sold to Joseph Scott, in consideration of $950,19 acres of land and the mills (grist-mill and saw-mill), and on the 4th of March 1804 Joseph Scott sold one-half of this mill property to Benjamin Beach of Horse Pond, and the other half to his son John Scott. Benjamin Beach was the father of Dr. Columbus Beach, and was a large land-owner in and around Beach Glen, where he had a grist-mill. It stood in front of the present dwelling house on Dr. Beach's farm, and about the only visible evidence of its existence is the pond bed extending up the Glen toward Hibernia. This mill was the most convenient one to that part of the township which lies around Hibernia, Egbert's Corner, Greenville and Meriden.

Pequannok, Morris County, New Jersey(Montville is on its border)

Posted by gingergirl908
Conrad Hopler, Private, Wagoner in 1780 in Captain Thomas Kearney's Company, Light Horse, Monmouth County, NJ Militia. He was born in Germany about 1730. died in Powerville, NJ May 26, 1815.

Elizabeth DeMouth:

Christened: Eulenkill 6

Notes:

baptismal sponsors were Pieter and Anna Dorothea Friederich (Father's sister)

It is believed that one of Frederick's two daughters, Elizabeth or Catherine, married Peter Snyder and inherited the property at Newfoundland where the house, celebrated in the Rockaway Township Bicentennial quilt, is located, the house where they burned the eight foot logs.

Footnotes
  1. Ancestry.com, familytree of karennj13; http://research.cousinsearchnetwork.com/1314.html.

    General Notes:

    Conrad Hopler - Revolutionary War soldier

    Conrad Hoppler built the first bridge across the Rockaway River at Powerville. It stood a little above the spot where the upper bridge now stands, for the construction in which he received three bushels of salt. The birdge was of rude workmanship, and the salt at that time was worth from $8 to $10 a bushel. Shortly after the Revolution this same Hoppler built a dam across the river just above the bridge, and erected a small grist-mill on the west bank of the river, a few rods below the bridge. This was the first mill of any description erected in Powerville.

    At Powerville the Hopler mill was known prior to 1800, and was located above the present mill. In April 1802 Conrad Hopler sold to Joseph Scott, in consideration of $950,19 acres of land and the mills (grist-mill and saw-mill), and on the 4th of March 1804 Joseph Scott sold one-half of this mill property to Benjamin Beach of Horse Pond, and the other half to his son John Scott. Benjamin Beach was the father of Dr. Columbus Beach, and was a large land-owner in and around Beach Glen, where he had a grist-mill. It stood in front of the present dwelling house on Dr. Beach's farm, and about the only visible evidence of its existence is the pond bed extending up the Glen toward Hibernia. This mill was the most convenient one to that part of the township which lies around Hibernia, Egbert's Corner, Greenville and Meriden.

    Pequannok, Morris County, New Jersey(Montville is on its border) Will of Conrad Hopler Daughters, Charlotte (wife of Henry MOURISON), Elizabeth (wife of William VANWINKLE), Catharine (wife of Isaac TUTTLE), Ann( wife of Jacob Vanderhoof), Sarah (wife of David PECABOCK), Margaret (wife of James SHAW), and Susannah (wife of James LYON), all of 2 tracts which were returned to my father, Joseph HOPLER on Mar. 28,1750 by deed from Gershom Mott, of which I now own about 67 acres, being the land near John Tucker. Son, Peter house and lot and barn, where I now live. Also another lot on the road from Boonetown to Frederick Miller's. Son Frederick, lot on Beaver Brook, also the barn lot, also residue of lands on northeast hide of road from William Scotts to bridge across Beaver Brook. Rest of lands southwest hide of said road to son Peter. After debts are paid rest of personal estate to 7 daughters as named and to the children of my deceased daughter, Mary. Executors-son in law, Henry Mourison, Jacob Demouth. Witnesses-Thomas Van Winkle, John Kanouse, Thomas Kanouse. Proved May 3, 1816, When Jacob Demouth signed as Executor.

    Conrad married Elizabeth Demouth, daughter of Frederick Demouth and Charlotte Muller. (Elizabeth Demouth was born on 29 Oct 1735 and died on 6 Mar 1814.)

  2. Ibid., Will of Conrad Hopler.

    This Conrad HOPLER was born in 1730 and died in 1816. He was a revolutionary soldier and had a grist mill on the Rockaway River in what is now Boonton Township.
    Will of Conrad Hopler
    Daughters, Charlotte (wife of Henry MOURISON),
    Elizabeth (wife of William VANWINKLE),
    Catharine (wife of Isaac TUTTLE),
    Ann( wife of Jacob Vanderhoof),
    Sarah (wife of David PECABOCK),
    Margaret (wife of James SHAW), and
    Susannah (wife of James LYON), all of 2 tracts which were returned to my father, Joseph HOPLER on Mar. 28,1750 by deed from Gershom Mott, of which I now own about 67 acres, being the land near John Tucker.
    Son, Peter house and lot and barn, where I now live. Also another lot on the road from Boonetown to Frederick Miller?s.
    Son Frederick, lot on Beaver Brook, also the barn lot, also residue of lands on northeast hide of road from William Scotts to bridge across Beaver Brook. Rest of lands southwest hide of said road to son Peter.
    After debts are paid rest of personal estate to 7 daughters as named and to the children of my deceased daughter, Mary.
    Executors-son in law, Henry Mourison, Jacob Demouth. Witnesses-Thomas Van Winkle, John Kanous, Thomas Kanouse. Proved May 3, 1816, When Jacob Demouth signed as Executor.

  3. Fowler, Alex. D., Boonton, NJ, Demouth Report.
  4. karennj13 (http://research.cousinsearchnetwo rk.com/1314.html ).

    Conrad married Elizabeth Demouth, daughter of Frederick Demouth and Charlotte Muller. (Elizabeth Demouth was born on 29 Oct 1735 and died on 6 Mar 1814.)

  5. New York City Lutheran Church book.

    [According to Henry Z. Jones, p. 145]

  6. Jones,Henry Z. Jr., Palatine Families of New York, The (Universal City, CA 1985), p.145.
  7. Ancestry.com, familytree of Karennj13.

    Pequannok, Morris County, New Jersey(Montville is on its border) Will of Conrad Hopler Daughters, Charlotte (wife of Henry MOURISON), Elizabeth (wife of William VANWINKLE), Catharine (wife of Isaac TUTTLE), Ann( wife of Jacob Vanderhoof), Sarah (wife of David PECABOCK), Margaret (wife of James SHAW), and Susannah (wife of James LYON), all of 2 tracts which were returned to my father, Joseph HOPLER on Mar. 28,1750 by deed from Gershom Mott, of which I now own about 67 acres, being the land near John Tucker.

  8. Ibid., familytree of karennj13.

    Pequannok, Morris County, New Jersey(Montville is on its border) Will of Conrad Hopler Daughters, Charlotte (wife of Henry MOURISON), Elizabeth (wife of William VANWINKLE), Catharine (wife of Isaac TUTTLE), Ann( wife of Jacob Vanderhoof), Sarah (wife of David PECABOCK), Margaret (wife of James SHAW), and Susannah (wife of James LYON), all of 2 tracts which were returned to my father, Joseph HOPLER on Mar. 28,1750 by deed from Gershom Mott, of which I now own about 67 acres, being the land near John Tucker.

  9. Ibid., familytree of karennj13.

    Pequannok, Morris County, New Jersey(Montville is on its border) Will of Conrad Hopler Daughters, Charlotte (wife of Henry MOURISON), Elizabeth (wife of William VANWINKLE), Catharine (wife of Isaac TUTTLE), Ann( wife of Jacob Vanderhoof), Sarah (wife of David PECABOCK), Margaret (wife of James SHAW), and Susannah (wife of James LYON), all of 2 tracts which were returned to my father, Joseph HOPLER on Mar. 28,1750 by deed from Gershom Mott, of which I now own about 67 acres, being the land near John Tucker.

  10. Ibid., familytree of karennj13.

    Pequannok, Morris County, New Jersey(Montville is on its border) Will of Conrad Hopler Daughters, Charlotte (wife of Henry MOURISON), Elizabeth (wife of William VANWINKLE), Catharine (wife of Isaac TUTTLE), Ann( wife of Jacob Vanderhoof), Sarah (wife of David PECABOCK), Margaret (wife of James SHAW), and Susannah (wife of James LYON), all of 2 tracts which were returned to my father, Joseph HOPLER on Mar. 28,1750 by deed from Gershom Mott, of which I now own about 67 acres, being the land near John Tucker.

  11. Ibid., Hosking - Demouth Family Tree ; Owner: joyceh1350.

    [dates are from this source]

  12. Ibid., familytree of karennj13.
  13. Ibid., familytree of karennj13.
  14. Ibid., familytree of karennj13.
  15. Ibid., familytree of karennj13.

    will exerpt: Son, Peter house and lot and barn, where I now live. Also another lot on the road from Boonetown to Frederick Miller's. ... Rest of lands southwest side of said road to son Peter.

  16. Ibid., familytree of karennj13.

    will exerpt: After debts are paid rest of personal estate to 7 daughters as named and to the children of my deceased daughter, Mary.

  17. karennj13 (http://research.cousinsearchnetwo rk.com/1314.html ).

    Son Frederick, lot on Beaver Brook, also the barn lot, also residue of lands on northeast hide of road from William Scotts to bridge across Beaver Brook.

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