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Page 118 - Margaretta, the daughter of my niece Elizabeth, wife of Henry Coerten, my best diamond ear jewels, called in Dutch " Stricken." To my niece Elizabeth, wife of Henry Coerten, my silver chafing dish, whereon is engraved the name of Lambert Syse Hoorinbeek ; Also the silver platter and tankard that came of my grandmother's. All the rest of my estate, real and personal, to be disposed of to the best advantage, and the proceeds to be divided into six parts ; -Jto my nephew Isaac De Reiner, Jr., son of...
Page 357 - Garreau, shall keep in full possession, and reap the benefit of all my estate, real and personal, as long as she remains my widow and no longer. I leave to my son John, after my wife's decease, all my estate, houses and lands, shop and goods, and I make him executor. Signed, JEAN GARREAU. Dated, May 17, 1725. Witnesses, John Tillon, Peter Tillon, Abraham Cole. Proved, December 1, 1726. Page 241. — In the Name of God, Amen, April 26, 1723.
Page 203 - Northumberland county, widdow, being sick and weak in body, but of sound and perfect memory, thanks be to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind the uncertain state of...
Page 122 - And all the rest of my estate, real and personal, I leave to my well beloved wife, Rachel Bayard, during her life, or until she marries, with full power to sell the same.
Page 169 - ... 2. I make my wife executor, and my trusty friends, Colonel Killian Van Rensselaer and Evert Bancker, assistants. I make my brother Nicholas, of Maesdam, executor for all estate in Holland. Witnesses, Hendrick Hansen, Johanes Marguel, Robert Livingston. Proved at Albany, May 12, 1716. Page 466. — I, the underwritten am now bound to sea, and knowing that I am mortal, like all other men, therefore declare this to be my last will and Testament. I give and bequeath all my estate, both real and personal,...
Page 337 - SCHERMERHORN, of Schenectady, Esq., do make this . my last will and testament. I leave to my eldest son, John Schermerhorn, 5, in lieu of all demands or pretensions he might hereafter make to any part of my estate by virtue of priority of birth. I leave to my wife, Aryantie, all my real and personal estate during her life, and after her death I leave to my son John all my lands where I now live at Schenectady. And he is to convey and confirm unto John Wemp's three children, viz., Myndert, Ryert,...
Page 347 - Also 60 acres of land on the east side of the Lange Bergh, on the north side of the Taghkanick Path, where it shall be most convenient, to remain for a farm to belong to said church, for keeping it in repair, and towards paying the minister's stipend ; and to remain for a glebe, and for no other use whatever. I also give 20 acres of land nigh to the church, on the east side of the Highway that goes to the Cleyne Kill and on the south side of the Taghkanick Path, between this and the Cleyne Kill,...
Page 148 - ... 1, 1719. Page 122. — Peter Schuyler, Esq., President of Council, etc. Whereas AUGUSTINE GRAHAM, lately died intestate, Letters of administration are granted to Lewis Morris, Jr., of New York, December 21, 1719. Page 123. — JOSEPH SACKETT. In the name of God, Amen. I, Joseph Sackett, of Newtown, in Queens County, being sick and weak. I leave to my wife Mary, the use of all lands and meadows, which I leave to my son Samuel, until he comes of age. And all the wearables she brought with her when...
Page 15 - In full of all his pretentious and demands to my estate. I also give him 161, 2s, 3d, which he now oweth to me. I leave to my mother-in-law, Rachel Dervall, 50, and to my brother-in-law, Samuel Dervall, 50 when of age. To my godchild, Asher Camponell, 20. To the poor of the Jewish nation in New York, 20. All the rest of my estate is to be sold, and the proceeds to be given to the children of my brother Abraham, and the children of my sister Esther, deceased wife of Isaac Gaby.
Page 216 - Willem Romen, 5, after the death of his mother Marytie, in full of his making any pretence as eldest son and heir at law. I leave to my wife Marytie all my real estate for life, and all my personal property after debts are paid. After her decease, I leave one half to my son William, and the other half to my daughter Janette, wife of Abraham De Lanoy. Witnesses, Hermans Van Gelder, Cornelius Blanck. Proved, May 5, 1720. Page 160. — JOHANES SWAME. In the name of God, Amen. January 20, 17^-jp I,...

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