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Page 1 - Same and calling to mind the Mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and Testament; that is to say principally and first of all...
Page 247 - The rector and inhabitants of the city of New- York, in communion of the Church of England, as by law established...
Page 75 - WALLACE, of New York, tallow chandler, being in perfect health. I leave to my honored father, James Wallace, of Belfast, £7. All the rest of my estate, real and personal, I leave to my beloved wife, Jane Wallace, and I make her and my good friends, Daniel McCormick and John McDowell, merchants, executors. Dated September 8, 1772. Witnesses, John Young, sadler, Robert Cooks, William Wentworth, John McKessan. Proved, November 20, 1772. Page 334. — In the name of God, Amen, September 12, 1768. I,...
Page 160 - Wistar, and Samuel, each £40. I leave to my wife Mary the use of all my real and personal estate during her life, and after her death I leave all my real and personal estate to my sons, Thomas and James Franklin. My negro woman is to live with my wife, and after her death with my daughter, Mary Wistar. I make my sons, Thomas and James, executors. Witnesses, William Field, Robert Murray, Jacob Watson, merchant. Proved, January 10, 1774. Page 53. — In the name of God, Amen. " I, ROBERT LEAKE, Commissary,...
Page 29 - Nicholas and my nephews, George and Jacob Everson, executors. Witnesses, John Brown, Jacob Brower, mason, Rinier Nack, carman. Proved, April 24, 1772. Page 217. — In the name of God, Amen. I, EPHBAIM FOBGUSON, of Rombout Precinct, in Duchess County, being weak and sick this 28th of August, 1771. " As to my Burial I desire it may be decent at the discretion of my executors." I leave to my son Ephraim a negro boy, " Briton," " wherewith I do exclude and bar him from any further claim as eldest son.
Page 276 - Rhinelander, one of my executors, in the settlement of my estate, he being best acquainted with the Condition of my affairs, he shall have a reasonable allowance, and the other executors are to allow him as they think reasonable." All the rest of my estate, real and personal, I leave to my daughter Elizabeth, wife of James Desbrosses, Jr., and to my wife Sarah. I make my son-in-law, James Desbrosses, Jr., and my daughter Elizabeth, his wife, and Jacob Rhinelander, executors.
Page 295 - Treasurer of the Corporation for the Relief of Widows and Children of Clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York.
Page 177 - MULFORD, of East Hampton, in Suffolk County, yeoman, being indisposed of body, but of sound mind, Thanks be to God therefor." I leave to my grandson, David Hedges, £5. To my granddaughter, Elizabeth Gardiner, £10. To my granddaughter, Jerusha Gardiner, £5. All the rest of my estate, real and personal, I leave to my lawful son, Daniel Mulford, who is to pay all debts within a reasonable time, and I make him sole executor. Dated April 23, 1774. Witnesses, Jeremiah Miller, Elisha Mulford, Jr., John...
Page 248 - That the lands given and granted to the governors of the college of the province of New York in the city of New York in America...
Page 150 - Precinct, in Duchess County, yeoman, being weak. I leave to my grandson, David Dutcher, son of my son David, deceased, 20 shillings, " in token of his birthright, as my eldest grandson." I leave to my wife Elizabeth all household goods. All the rest of my estate, real and personal, I leave to my wife and my son Barneth. I make my son Barneth and Johanes Du Bois, executors. Dated August 2, 1773. Witnesses, Nathaniel Du Bois, Jacob Coopman, Simon Le Roy, Jr. Proved, December 1, 1773. Page 27.- —...

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