Note: From a list provided August 11,1909 and August 1914 by J.W. Poucher, M.D.,Mrs Poucher, Miss Helen Van Kleeck, Miss M.O. Johnston and Miss Helen W. Reynolds.
Note: The following information was compiled by Sarah K Hermans, Regent, Chancellor Livingston, NSDAR, May 2015 and published in “44 Patriots of the American Revolution interred in the Rhinebeck Reformed Church Cemetery”. Provided by and used with permission of Sarah K Hermans
Dr. Isaac Kip
Row 6 on the north side very near a tree, tilted slightly.
PATRIOTIC SERVICE: Associator at Rhinebeck Precinct [CHM V1 p. 81]
PRIVATE: Land Bounty Rights, Dutchess Co. Militia, 6th Reg’t [NYRC+S V1 p. 249]
DAR ANCESTOR NUMBER: Not in DAR database
Dr. Isaac Kip was born November 9th, 1732 to Isaac Kip (1696–1762) and Cornelia Lewis. He married April 2nd, 1763 Rachel Kip and they had children Cornelia 1764, Clara 1771, and Elizabeth 1774, all baptized in Rhinebeck. His father was a brother of Roeliff Kip, who was the father of Patriot Isaac Kip. He was an elder of the church in 1776. In 1799, he owned pew #29. As a young man he carried the mail for Henry Beekman in Rhinebeck. He died January 14th, 1815 in Bloomingdale Flats at 83 years of age as reported in the New-York Spectator of January 21st, 1815. This area was located in what is now the Upper West Side in the 100’s around Broadway in Manhattan.