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The name is found written in several various ways: Debow, Tebow, Thibaut, Thibout, etc.

In May 1743 John Foreman, agent for the East Jersey Proprietors, met with "Jacobus Debou, a purchaser from Fauconier of 210 acres of land." He wished to settle and buy the land from the Proprietors. (From The Minutes of the Board of Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey, 1725-1744, Vol. II, 1960, p. 293.)


Andries Tebow

Andries Tebow (whose surname has been found written: Thybaut, Tiebaut, Tibout, Thibout, Tebou, Thibou, Tiebout, Tebow, etc.), son of Jan Tibout & Sarah Vander Vlucht, married Marie (Marretje) DeGrave.

Andries Tebow died before Sep 1705.

Andries Thybaut was the son of Jean Thybaut and Sarah Vander Vlecht. The family came from Bruges in Flanders, living first on the Delaware; then New York, Flatbush, Bergen, Harlem and Bushwick. Andries came to Bergen County before 1686 and married, probably in the French Church, Marie DeGrave. He purchased on May 14, 1686 from Gawen Lawrie, 261 acres at what is today River Edge and Paramus, bounded east by the Hackensack River, west by the Sprout Brook, and partly on the south by present Midland Avenue. He was then of "Kindockameck" and died late in 1704 or early in 1705, at which time the land was sold to Abraham Ackerman and by him to Joost DeBaun.

Andires "Thybaut" (signing his name thus), was one of the witnesses to the unrecorded will of Samuel Demarest made January 28, 1695/96, and in 1698 was appointed one of the guardians for the minor children of Jean Durier (Durie), his neighbor. He removed to New York and joined the Dutch Church on February 28, 1700. His wife joined May 30th, following.

Andries's widow, Maria DeGrave, married (2) September 8, 1705 at Hackensack, Albert Terhune, widower of Weyntie Brickers; and (3) September 23, 1709 at Hackensack, Jean Aliee (Alyea), widower of Susanna Lerou. She moved to Delaware with her third husband and died there.

Children of Andries Tebow & Marie DeGrave:



----- Jean (Johannes) [Tebow], bapt. in French Church, Bergen County, NJ

----- Pierre (Peter) [Tebow]; m. Margrietie Reyerse.

----- Jaquemyntje [Tebow], bapt. 8 September 1700, NYC Ref Dutch Ch (wit Abraham Bocke, Jacquemyntje Bocke, j.dogter)

----- Jacobes Tibout, bapt. 7 December 1701 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Harman Bras; Geertie, his wife)

----- Annatie Tibout, bapt. 19 November 1704 Hackensack (wit: Joost DeBane; Elisabeth, his wife)


Peter Tebow

Peter Tebow, son of Andries Thybaut & Marie DeGrave, married (banns 3 March 1716 Hackensack Dutch Reformed Church) Margrietje Reyerse (Rogers), daughter of Ryer Ryerson & Rebecca Vanderschuer.

Peter Toebow was born at Hackensack, Bergen County, NJ. Margrietje Reyerse was born in New York City and baptized there in January 1697.

At the time of their marriage both Peter and Margrietje lived at Hackensack. Pieter and Margrietje were living in the Allendale-Waldwick area by 1737 (road return below).

From -- Bergen County Roads, Book A, p. 10, June 29, 1737: The surveyors do alter a two rod road which was laid in the year 1733, Nov. 22nd, as follows: Beginning from the house of Johannis Pillesfelt as the road now goes to the house of Isaac Boogart; from thence as the road now goes to the line of Peter Fauconnier and Johannes Tysse's land; thence along said line till it comes to a small meadow; thence north with a small turn as the trees are markt till it comes to the said line again and so along the line to the end of the lott of Johannes Tysse; thence as the road now goes to the line of Gerrit van Blerkum to a black oak tree to the corner of his fence; thence from said tree to a black oak stump standing in his clear land; thence on a straight to where he has planted apple trees; thence southwesterly along his apple trees by the east side of his house as the Road now goes to the north side of John Van Blerkum's house along the two rocks; thence on a west line to the Old Road; thence as the Road now goes to the south side of the house of Peter Tibow's; from thence as the road now goes till it comes to the King's Road from Ramapog.

From The Minutes of the Board of Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey from 1725 to 1744, Perth Amboy (Re: Ramapo Tract; paraphrased unless in quotes)
----- (Vol. IV, p. 174)...28 May 1742...Mr. Ashfield called upon John Hoppe at the Mill, who said that several of the purchasers under Fauconier in Ramopock had a meeting at the church on the Greate Plaine, and entered into a bond to stand suit with the Proprietors (and I am well assured that no jury can be found in Bergen County that will give it in favor of the Proprietors...The same day I came to Peter De Boye, and he is willing to purchase, but he is a very poor man, and has thirteen children, and should be considered as such...
----- (Vol. II, p. 295)...[John Forman's journal]...25 May 1743...went to Mrs. Valleaus...she stated what land she wanted: (1) abt. 900 acres where her son in law Isaiah Valleau lived at Saddle River...(2) all the land that would answer at the great meadow...(3) all the vacant land at Spaarowbush...(4) about 300 acres where the widow Akerman lives...(5) 600 acres lying between Hannes Vanblercum's and John Hopper's...(6) all the vacant land at Massannakus west of Jacobus Debou's excepting 100 acres which I told her I had promised to Jannes Ackerman...(7) between John Hoppers Mill and John Traephangels mill...(8) the vacant land at Yawpock...(9) the vacant land west of Peter Debou's...then she appointed her son, Theodore Valleau and her son-in-law Isaiah Valleau to go with me to lay out the land for her....
----- (Vol. II, p. 296)...[John Forman's journal]...28 May 1743...asked Hannes Vanblercum how the vacant land lay between him and John Hopper. He said it also joined to Hannes Vansile, Peter Deboue, John Van Buskirk, Hannes Traphangle and Urey Westerfelt, and said there was at least 600 acres of vacant land there...
----- (Vol. II, p. 363)...18 June 1744...the following persons agreed to pay 20 pr 100 acres for land which they claimed under Fauconier title... Peter Debow for 200 acres...
----- (Vol. III, p. 10)...14 March 1745...Alexander as Surveyor General axamined the returns of the surveys made at Romopock by Mr. Forman and Mr. Stelle and they are these: ....Peter Tibbow, 308 acres...
----- (Vol. III, p. 323)...17 August 1758...lease for land at Romopock executed, No. 207 to Peter Tebow of 140.88 acres at 0.15.0 York money pr ann. for 3 years from 24th March last.
----- (Vol. IV, p. 317)...12 April 1786...On 10 January last, Peter Lebow bought 94 acres at 4-1/2 Dollars. [P.A.W. note: this item may refer to a Peter Labagh. Labagh was another early surname represented in the Ramapo Tract.]

Children of Peter Tebow & Margrietje Reyerse:



----- Willemtie Tiboudt, bp. 26 Dec 1716 Hackensack Refermed Dutch Church (wit: Joost DeBane; Elisabet, his wife); apparently d.y.

----- Andries Tibout, bp. 6 Apr 1718 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Reyer Reyerse; Rebecca his wife); prob. m. 27 June 1740 Hackensack Dutch Ref Ch Jannetje Van Blarcom, daughter of Johannes Van Blarcom and Jannetje Van Zeyl. She was b. in the vicinity of what is today Wyckoff, Bergen County, NJ and was baptized 20 May 1722 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church. They had a son, Peter A. Tebow, baptized 26 June 1742 Paramus Reformed Dutch Church, who married Gerrebrugh -?-. The following information probably refers to this Andries -- from The Minutes of the Board of Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey from 1725 to 1744, Perth Amboy (Re: Ramapo Tract; paraphrased unless in quotes): (Vol. III, p. 403, chart)...19 August 1763...Board executed lease at Romopock to Andries Tebou, lot no. 59, 200 acres at 40 s, 9 August 1763.

----- Rebecka Tibout, bp. 2 Aug 1719 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Reyer Reyerse; Rebecka his wife); m. (prob) Samuel Bush.

----- Willemtie Tibout, bp. 10 Apr 1721 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Corynus Bertholf; Anna, his wife); m. (prob) Egbert Van Zile.

----- Annatie Tibout, bp. 16 Dec 1722 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Marta Reyerse; Sara, his sister); m. (1) Abraham J. Doremus; m. (2) David D. Ackerman.

----- Reyer Tibout, bp. 15 Mar 1724 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Samuel Laroe and wife); m. 24 Oct. 1746 Hackensack, Abigail DeBaun.

----- Marytje Debouw, bp. 6 Mar 1726 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Jacob Reyerse; Marytje Hoppe); d. 22 Nov. 1806; m. Jacob DeBaun.

----- Elisabeth Tibou, bp. 1 Oct 1727 Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Jan Stevense Van Voorhees and wife)

----- Catrina Tibou, b. 1 Mar, bp. 30 Mar 1729 Acquackanonk Reformed Dutch Church (now Passaic) (wit: Willem Traphage, Catrina Traphage)

----- Lena Tibou, bapt. 26 April 1730 Schraalenburgh Reformed Dutch Church (now Bergenfield) (wit: Lucas Van Voorhese, Annatje [blank])

----- Sara Tebow, b. 19 Nov.; bp. 16 Dec. 1733 Tappan [NY] Reformed Dutch Church (wit: Gerrit Huybertse, Catryn his wife)

----- Rachel Te Bout (twin?), bp. 2 Apr 1738 Hackensack (wit: Jan Hoppe and wife)

----- Marragriet Te Bout (twin?), bp. 2 Apr 1738 Hackensack (wit: Albertus Terhune and wife)


Ryer Tebow


Ryer Tebow, son of Peter Tebow and Margaret Ryerse, married 24 Oct 1746 Hackensack Reformed Church, Abigail DeBaun, daughter of James DeBaun & Anna Canniff. His given name is also found written Roger , and his surname has been found written Tebow, Thibout, and Tibouw.

Ryer was baptized 15 Mar 1724 Hackensack Reformed Church. Abigail was baptized 1 Jan 1727 Hackensack Reformed Church. In the marriage record they are "Reyer Tibouw, y.m., b. and l. Peremus, and Abigael DeBaan, y.d., b. Hackinsack, l. Peremus."

From The Minutes of the Board of Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey from 1725 to 1744, Perth Amboy (Re: Ramapo Tract; paraphrased unless in quotes)
----- (Vol. III, p. 318)...28 November 1757...lease for land at Romopock executed, No. 196 to Reyer Tebow of 180 acres at 20 s a year for 3 years from 24th March last.
----- (Vol. III, p. 403, chart)...19 August 1763...Board executed lease at Romopock to Ryer Tebou, lot no. 196, 180 acres at 40 s, 11 August 1763.

Children of Ryer Tebow & Abigail DeBaun:



----- Rebecca Tebow, bp. 10 July 1750 Paramus (wit: Samuel and Rebecca Bos); d. 10 May 1822; bur. Wyckoff Chyd; m. John Van Blarcom.

----- AnnatjeTebow, bp. 1 Jan. 1753 Paramus (wit: Cobus & Catryn DeBaun).

----- Pieter Tebow, bp. 3 Aug 1755 Paramus (wit: Pieter and Maragriet Debouw)


Peter Tebow

Peter Tebow, son of (possibly) Ryer Tebow and Abigail DeBaun, married Susannah Pier, daughter of Teunis Pier & Antje Demarest. He died before 2 March 1804. She was b. 21 February 1748.

Children of Peter Tebow & Susannah Pier:



----- Maria D Bou (Maria Tebow), b. 26 July, bp. 24 Aug 1777 Totowa Ref Dutch Church (wit: hans h. pier; en Neeltye v: Nes); m. 10 Mar 1796 Cornelius Smith, son of Albert Smith.

----- Ryer Tebow, b. 7 May, bp. 17 June 1784 Paramus Reformed Dutcvh Church (wit: Andries Debow & wife); m. Martha Van Blarcom.

----- Hester Tebow (Thibaut), m. 18 Dec 1801 John Bogert, son of Hendrik Bogert & Belitje (Penelope) Westervelt.

----- Annatje Tebow, bp. 28 Oct 1787 Paramus Reformed Dutch Church (wit: William and Annatje Van Voorhesen); m. (poss?) Edward Smith, son of Albert Smith.

----- Sara Tebow, b. 27 Dec 1790, bp. 30 Jan 1791 Paramus Reformed Dutch Church

----- Johannis Tebow, b. 4 May 1794, bp. 22 June 1794 Paramus Reformed Dutch Church

----- Rebecca Tebow, b. 22 Mar 1797, bp. 23 Apr 1797 New Prospect Methodist Church (now Waldwick)

----- Peter Tebow, b. 3 Oct 1800, bp. 26 Oct 1800 New Prospect Methodist Church (now Waldwick)


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