About unknown Vandever
Another daughter, name unknown, married Johannes Casperson of Upper Penn’s Neck about 1695. He was described as German in 1714 when he gave land on which the Swedish church was to be built. His will of 14 November 1733 was proved the following January, naming seven children:
John Casperson, born c. 1694, married Maria Baner 1 October 1719. She was the daughter of Isaac Baner, a native Swede, who had died in Penn’s Neck in 1713. Isaac Baner’s family in Sweden arranged for Maria and her two unmarried brothers to return to Sweden in 1727. Susanna Casperson, born c. 1697, married David Straughan in 1717. Tobias Casperson, born c. 1699 married Brita Mink in 1724 and, after her death, Judith Corneliuson by 1726. He died in Penn’s Neck in 1734. Catharine Casperson, born c. 1705, married Thomas Nixon in 1725 and, after his death, became the second wife of Peter Enloes. Maria Casperson became the wife of — Boerd by 1733. Anthony Casperson, baptized in 1713, married Elizabeth Redstreak in 1739. Rebecca Casperson, baptized in 1717, was unmarried when her father wrote his will.