Ulster County, N.Y. Probate Records in the Office of the Surrogate, and in the County Clerk's Office at Kingston, N.Y.: A Careful Abstract and Translation After Intestates, and Inventories from L665, with Genealogical and Historical Notes, and List of Dutch and Frisian Baptismal Names with Their English Equivalents, Volume 2

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Anjou, 1906 - Names, Personal
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Page 56 - Executrix, April 12, 1790.) Original will in box 17. Page 180.— NOTTINGHAM, GARTON, of Marbletown. Will dated Dec. 8, 1789. "My Widow shall be Master of the Remainder of all my Real and personal Estate" after payment of debts "while she remains my widow." "After the death or Marriage of my Widow" "all the Remainder of my Real and personal Estate shall be Equally Divided among my Children.
Page 50 - Unto my two daughters all my household Goods and furniture." "As also four of my Seaths in the dutch Church." — "Unto my beloved Wife Catharina for and during her natural life...
Page 128 - Page 165.— In the name of God, Amen, June 8, 1737. I, JOHN CROOK, of Kingston, in Ulster County, shop-keeper, being in health. '' I leave to my son John for his birth right, my silver Tankard, that I now use in the house, containing near three pints, as soon as he shall many or his mother dies, and if he dies then to the next eldest son." My wife Catharine is to have a sufficient maintainance out of my estate during her life, or until she marries ; Also a negro wench, " but if the said negro dies,...
Page 128 - Jacobus, my dwelling house, barn, barriks, and smiths shop, and the ground thereto belonging, in Kingston (*) and the tools and also the land I bought of my father, and of Hendrick Ten Eyck, and the orchards lying on both sides of the King's highway that leads to Hurley Town. Also, a bond due to me from Jacob Rutsen, also one from William Harris, they to pay 400, deducting 1/12.
Page 71 - Commissioners appointed at a Court of Common Pleas held at the Court House in Kingston
Page 107 - ... Gayer, and commonly called and known by the name of Wiggwansinck, I leave to my wife's son Abraham Gaasbeck Chambers all my other estate, to wit, the Manor of Fox Hall, with all the appurtenances (except what is above bequeathed), likewise my mill and house at the Strand, with all that wood or upland as it is mentioned in my General Patent, for the Lordship of Fox Hall. And all the movable goods. My will is that the said estate shall be kept whole and entire, to the next heir of him the said...
Page 17 - ... Petersfield, Bergen County, NJ, June 13, 1778. On September 25, 1786, at New York, administration was granted unto Patience Fowler, formerly Patience Miller, and Nathaniel Seely, the executors. Page 262. — April 29, 1784. JOHN ELSWORTH, shipwright, of City of New York, to my wife Hester, the use of all my real and personal estate during the term of her natural life. I give her power to sell any of my negro slaves, the interest of the money arising from the sale to my wife ; after the death...
Page 128 - Rutgers for -fa of land in Duchess County, called the Nine Partners, it is to go to all my children, and my eldest son is not to take any advantage in law about it, for I have paid for it, and lately divided, but the divident is not yet finished.
Page 107 - Wiggwansinck, he paying 05 scheppels of wheat yearly, as long as he or his wife lives. But if he goes off, then the house and barn are to be valued, and the value allowed to him. I will that Cornelius Wouterse shall have maintenance during his life, out of my estate, likewise lodging, and whatever else is needful for a man of his quality. I leave to my wife Laurentia my house and lot in Kingston, for life, and then to her children. I appoint my wife Laurentia executor, and William De Meyer, of Kingston,...
Page 127 - Cool and Company, of which I am one of the Patentees ; Also my right in a tract of land lying on the north side of Esopus Creek, which Cornelis Cool and Company bought of Johanes Hardenbergh and Company, of which I am one of the purchasers; Also a lot in Hurley, which was part of what was allotted to my wife, and lies between the lot of Jan Rosa and the lot of Aldert Rosa and between the street and the mill dam; Also 2 negroes, waggons, "tools of the rope yard...

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