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Source: Family Records or genealogies of the first settlers of Passaic Valley and Vicinity above Chatham, with their ancestors and descendants, as far as could be ascertained in 1851. By John Littell, 1851.

WILLIAM LINE.

WILLIAM LINE was a captain of the militia, and lived between the mountains near Blue Brook, the east branch of Green Brook, and had children: (2d Gen.)

1. Sarah, who married, 5th Jan. 1769, Martin Day.

2. Isaac, who married, 23d Feb. 1774, Mary Maxwell, daughter of William, and had but one child, Isaac, who went to the West. His widow married John Willcox, Jun. [See Willcox.]

3. Isaiah married Sarah Pearce, daughter of Melvin Pearce, of Scotch Plains, and had children: William, &c. (See page 148.)

4. John.

5. Margaret married, 7th March, 1783, Elihu Woodruff.

6. Joseph married Phebe Wood, of Morris county.

JOSEPH LINE, (son of Capt. William Line,) lived where his father did. He and Phebe Wood had children: (3d Gen.)

1. Polly, who married Moses Willcox, son of John Willcox, Jun. (See Willcox.)

2. Deborah married, 30th March, 1791, Joseph Tucker, son of John. (See Tucker.)

3. Nancy married Noah Cory, of Scotch Plains.

4. Sarah married John Willcox 3d, son of John Willcox, Jun. [See Willcox.]

NANCY LINE, and Noah Cory, had children: (4th Gen.)

1. Joseph Line Cory married Abigail Littell, daughter of Master Benjamin Littell, and went to Indiana.

2. Aaron Cory, who married Betsey Parker, daughter of Benjamin, of Scotch Plains.

Ezra Cory married Phebe Lee, daughter of Thomas, of Short Hills.

4. Mary Cory died at about 20 years of age, unmarried.

5. Eliza Anne Cory.

6. Phebe Cory married Benhu McCoy, son of Goin, of Basking Ridge.

7. Hannah Cory married Benjamin Cory, son of Daniel, Jun., of Long Hill, and had but one child, Albinos Cory.

 

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