Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc, Volume 30 (Google eBook)

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1918 - Wills
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Page 343 - Esqr., Captain, General and Governour in Chief of the Province of New Jersey and Territories thereon depending in America and Vice Admiral in the Same.
Page 222 - Benjamin Meeker and Capt. Ebenezer Lyon; land I purchased of my father-in-law, Isaac Whitehead, of Elizabeth Town, deceased; land in partnership with my brothers Richard and Stephen Harrlman; lands joining lands of Benjamin Parkhurst, deceased, William Ogden and Capt. Daniell Price. Elizabeth Harrlman, daughter of brother Richard. Brother, Joseph Harrlman, accounts with John Lyon. Children of brother, Joseph Harrlman, viz., John Harriman, instrument for surveying lands; Hannah Harriman, silver spoon;...
Page 7 - Wills," must be consulted. Where originals were simply filed as papers, but not recorded, as happened with many wills and all inventories, the reference given is to the number of the filing case in which the original papers may be found.
Page 63 - Sons, William and Benjamin, both under age. Daughters, Mary and Elizabeth, at 18 years. Grandson, Daniel, son of John Moores. Daughter, Deliverance, and her children, viz., James, Sarah and Elizabeth Moore. Land in Perth Amboy; lands bought of William Elstone, Moses Rolfe, Peter Codricke, Noah Bishop, John Jaqulss; land joining David Donham, Jun'r. Executors — wife, Elizabeth, John Moores, and son, William Britton. Witnesses — Charles Wright, Benjamin Codington, David Donham, Jun'r. Proved April...
Page 345 - Middlesex Co.. Esq.; will of. To daughter, Mary, and her eldest daughter, a negro I bought of John Noe. Children — Mary, John, Daniel, Matthew, Francis and Elizabeth, last four under age. Expected child. Farm I purchased of the executors of Benjamin Force, joining lands of Joseph Bloomfield and Jonathan Frazee; land bought of the executors of John Harrison in Perth Amboy; salt marsh by mortgage from Thomas Moore late of Woodbridge, deceased; land given me by my father and land purchased of Cousin...
Page 11 - Mare three years old next spring. 1 give and bequeath to my grandson John Cocke Two hundred Acres of Land at the Mouth of Trading Creek, including boath sides of said Creek for quantity. I order my household furniture with all the remaining part of my personal estate to be equally divided between my two Sons. I order my son William to pay to his Brother Alexander, the Value of Seventy Pounds in Horses at the valuation of two indifferent men. I likewise give and bequeath to my Son Alexander a Tract...
Page 76 - Pricilla, daughters of Samuel Potter, deceased. William, Robert and Edward, three youngest sons of said Samuel Potter. Charlet, Sarah, Mary, Pricilla, Martha, John, Jun'r, and Henry, Jun'r, children of brother John Langstaffe. Cousin, William Potter. Real and personal estate. Executors — Friends and brothers, Henry and John Langstaffe and Joseph Sutton. Witnesses — John Gillman, Henry Gavitt, John Stelle. Proved Sept. 16, 1742. Lib. C, p. 649.
Page 436 - that will be the space of 12 years and 3 months." Four daughters, now living, all under age. Expected child. Executors — friend, David Donham, Jun'r, brother Richard Skinner, and wife's brother, William Cutter. Witnesses — William Brown, Ebenezer Gray, Andrew Gray. Proved March 9, 1748-9. Lib. E, p. 264. 1748-9, March 10. Inventory (after the widow has taken her legacy of £100), £312.02.6; made by Samuel Moore and Henry Baker of the borough of Elizabeth. 1751, July 29. Additional cash, £7.19.6...
Page 368 - William, of Mansfield, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of. Children — William, Joseph, John, Seth, Sarah, Samuel, Elizabeth (wife of Marmaduke Watson), and Hannah (wife of Mathew Watson). 300 acres at Little Egg Harbour, lying between Bass River and Wading. Executors — wife, Hannah, and son-in-law, Marmaduke Watson. Witnesses — Thomas Scattergood, Ju'r, Joseph Pancoast, Jos. Scattergood. 1742, July 10. Codicil. Devises more overplus land to sons William, Joseph and John. Witnesses — Anthony...
Page 140 - John and his heirs to have the home-farm and all other lands, "except a certain piece and all the meadows, which lyes in Somerset Co., joyning Bound Brook, and the meadows of Lafert Sebring and likewise joynes land of Peter Williamson," which meadows shall be divided equally between John, Jean and Margaret. Likewise lots fronting Raritan Road, next to land that Robert Clawson lives on. "To Margaret DeGroot, daughter of my brother John, £100 when of age.