Notes for Jerimiah Conner: In Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Before 1692 Volume #1, Pgs 441 -453 byJames Savage birth month and year listed as Nov 1672 and first name as Jeremiah as it is in the The Gove Book by Sidney Perley.
He served in the company of Captain Kingsley from 1689 to 1696 and was of Capt. Nicholas Gilman's scouts in 1712. He was a farmer and selectman in Exeter, NH.
Jeremiah Conner was an early settler in Exeter, New Hampshire, as also were two or more of his brothers, all of whom are mentioned in the history of that town as men of considerable prominence per Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts By William Richard Cutter, page 1051.
Jermiah was one of a committee of three appointed in 1731 to "discourse with workmen" about taking down the old meeting house and building a court house "of the stuff of said old house" and when the pews in the new meeting house were sold, he secured number six paying therefore the sum of 10 pounds, five schillings per Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts By William Richard Cutter, page 1051.
It is also important to keep in mind that there is another Jeremy Conner who is noted as coming with a group of settlers to Essex County, Massachusetts in 1664 and locating north of the Merrimac River at Exeter (now in New Hampshire after boundries were changed). He may be a brother or relative of Cornelius but it has not yet been proved.
More About Jerimiah Conner: Date born 2: 06 Nov 1671, Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.527 Residence: Exeter, New Hampshire.528
More About Jerimiah Conner and Ann Gove: Marriage 1: 03 Jul 1696, Hampton, Rockingham Co.,NH.529 Marriage 2: 03 Jul 1696, Exeter, Rockingham co., NH.530