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Calendar of New Jersey Wills and Administrations 1730-1750
Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey
Archives of the State of New Jersey First Series Volume XXX; Vol II of Calendar of Wills, Administrations, Etc. 1730 - 1750
Published 1918 Somerville, NJ
1732, July 18 Pages 261-2 Will of James Jacocks, Mariner of Cape May County.
Cousin: James Swaine (when 21 the plantation I live on at Cape May)
Cousins: Mary, Sarah, Daniel, Nezer, Ruth (one sheep running at Samuel Swaine's)
Cousin: Silas my Bible
They all being the children of my sister, Mary Swaine.
My friend Judah Swaine (a gun), my brother Jonathan Swaine my right to a tract of land at Cape Fear, to dispose of to which son hethinks best. After Swaine or Leffelet Swaine.
Cousin: Jemimah Beal a cow and calf running at her father's at Cape Fear.
Cousin: Jonathan Swaine at Cape Fear, my old gun and all the cattle to be divided among his brothers that are left, he having his equal part.
Executor: My brother Ebenezer Swaine
Witnesses: Samuwill Swaine, Jarusha Swaine, Reuban Swaine
Proved 18 August 1732
Libre 3 Page 314
1732, August 5 Inventory of Personal estate of James Jacocks (ƒ32.10.0) includes a mare and all other living creatures and 2 guns (ƒ2.03.02 3-4)
Appraisers: Nathaniel Foster, Samuwill Swaine;"States this is an inventory of James Jacocks estate deceased at Cape May on July 21st., 1732."