American Silversmiths

Jacobus Hendrickson Kip
Marie De La Montague
Jesse Kip
(1660-Bef 1722)


Family Links


1. Maria Stevens

Jesse Kip
  • Born: 16 Dec 1660, New York City NY
  • Marriage (1): Maria Stevens on 30 Sep 1695 in New York City NY
  • Died: Bef 30 Apr 1722, Newtown NY

  General notes:


  Events in his life were:

  • Ensko:, . 8 Held public office with other silversmiths in North Ward.

  • Sucket fork, c 1680-1690
    Yale University 13
    l: 6 1/8"
    wt: 9 dwt
    Engraved "Maria Van Renslaer". A matching piece is in the Museum of the City of New York collection.

  • Spoon, 1686
    New York Historical Society
    l: 7 1/4"
    Engraved (in Dutch) "Cornelia Duycken, Gift of her uncle and godfather Johannis Abeel, 25 August 1686."

  • Strainer spoon, c 1700-1710
    Yale University 13
    l: 6 1/16"
  • Made freeman of New York City NY, 30 May 1700. 18

  • Sucket fork, c 1700
    Museum of the City of New York 7
    l: 5 7/16"
    wt: 9 dwt
    Engraved VR over S * E for Stephen and Elizabeth (Groesbeck) Van Renssalaer. A matching fork is at Winterthur.

  • Sucket fork detail

  • Teapot, c 1715-1720
    Metropolitan Museum of Art
    h: 7 3/16"
    w: 9 1/8"
    wt: 20 oz, 17 dwt

  • Sauce pan by Gerrit Adamse Onckelbach and cover by Kip, Bef 1722
    Private Collection
    l: 10 1/2"
    Engraved P over I C above a fleur-de-lys for Jean and Catherine (Carre) Pintard and L P over 1733 for Lewis Pintard.
  • He wrote his will on 30 Apr 1722 in Newtown NY
    In the name of God, Amen. I, JESSE KIP, of Newtown, in Queens County, being in good health. I leave to my wife Mary all my estate, real and personal, of houses, mills and goods while she remains my widow. If my wife remarries she shall give a true inventory to my executors of all houses, lands and goods, which are to be divided as follows: To my eldest son Jacobus, 10. Of the rest, one half to go to my wife and her heirs and assigns. The other half to my children, Jacobus, Abraham, Jesse, Johanes, Wilhelminus, Benjamin and Elizabeth. If my wife dies my widow, then all the estate to my children. My executors have power to sell lands if necessary. I make my wife Mary and my cousin, John Stevenson, of Westchester, and my nephew, Jacobus Kip, of New York, executors.

    Witnesses, Andries Marschalk, Isaac Kip, Jr., Francis Cowenhoven.

    Proved, April 30, 1722, before Isaac Bobin, Gent., "by me authorized and appointed."

Jesse married Maria Stevens on 30 Sep 1695 in New York City NY. (Maria Stevens was born in 1660 in New York City NY.)

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