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Welcome to Cape May County

Cape May County Will Extracts

SOURCE:

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

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Estate of Stephen Knowles

1744, January 29 Page 285   Estate of Stephen Knowles, Intestate of Cape May County.

Administrator: Jacob Spicer; Fellow Bondsman: John Eldredge, both of Cape May County

Witnesses: John Smith, Henry Young

Cape May County Wills 118 E

1744-45, January 2 Inventory of Personal Estate of Stephen Knowles (ƒ34.07.08 1/2 )

Appraisers: John John Eldredge and Robert Parsons

1746, July 25   Account: Moneys paid to: Daniuel Crowell, Charles Gallehaughn, Hollens, Galleehaughn, Samuel Crowell, Jacob Hughes, Elizabeth Evans, Reuben Swaine, John Paige, Elisha Hand, Silas Lupton, Benjamin Stites, Ebenezer Johnson, Barnabas Crowell, Joseph Paige, Cornelieus Schillinks, Aaron Leaming, Richard Downes, John Oakford, Joseph Whilden, David whilden, John Bancraft, John Eldredge, Nathan Hand, Anthony Elverd, Sarah, Spicer, Samuel Eldredge, Enos Schillinks, Henry Young, John Grandal,Joseph Scattergood, Ezekiel Mulford, Elijah Hughes, Nathaniel Norton, Benajmin Crawford, Abigail Stites, Joshua Stites, Barnabas Crowell, Benjamin Laughton, Samuel Bancraft,Daniel Stillwell, etc.