Abstract of Early Wills (1761-1770)
Morris Co. Up


Abstract of Early Wills (1761-1770) - Morris County
The following information is from
"Archives of the State of New Jersey; First Series Vol. XXXIII; Vol. IV of Calendar of Wills"; Edited by A. Van Doren Honeyman.

The fourth volume of Abstracts of Wills of New Jersey, includes wills, administrations and guardianships appearing on the records in Trenton as filed or recorded from Jan. 1, 1761, to Dec. 31, 1770.

First dates in boldface are often prior to 1760, and indicate when the will to which the date refers was executed (not probated).

NOTE: (1) Libers noted as A, B, C, etc. are of East Jersey wills. Libers noted as 1, 2, 3, etc. are of West Jersey wills. (2) All original matters are to be found in the Secretary of State's office at Trenton. (3) The British pound symbol is represented by a capital L before the amount.

SURNAMES beginning with:
A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P R S T V W Y


1769, Jan. 9. ALLBACK, Morris, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Annah, beds. Son, John William, Bible. Son, Philip, books. Wife to take choice of goods and rest to be sold and money given to wife, and two children, John William, Philip and Elizabeth. Executors - my wife and Philip Ike. Witnesses - Augustine Reid, Coonrod Rerick, Tetrick Stroble. Proved March 22, 1769. (Lib. K, p. 78)

1764, June 22. ALLEN, Jacob, of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Henry Allen, a relative. Fellowbondsman - Isreal Ward; both of said town. Witness - John Mackay.
1764, June 22. Renunciation, by Elizabeth Allen, the widow, in favor of Henry Allen. Witnesses - Isreal Ward and Ezekiel Cheever.
1764, June 23. Inventory, made by David Ward and Laurince Willson.
1764, Sept. 21. Account made by Adm'r. - (Lib. H, p. 349)

1762, April 12. ALLEN, John, of Hanover, Morris Co., weaver; will of.
Real and personal to be sold, and money divided between my wife, Sarah, and my son, Daniel. If David decease in his nonage, then his 1/2 to be given to my wife's children. Executors - Jonathan Ford and Benjamin Halsey. Witnesses - David Ogden, Eunis Ford, Ezekiel Cheever. Proved May 20, 1762. (Lib. H, p. 126)

1763, June 3. BALDWIN, Elihu, of Mendham, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - John Cary, of said place, carpenter. Fellowbondsman - Jephthah Byram, of Newton, Sussex Co., yeoman. Witnesses - William Hyndman. (Lib. 11, p. 475)

1764, March 17. BALDWIN, Samuel, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Elizabeth, £40. Also £40, to my son Samuel. Boyce Prudden, my son-in-law, £8. Remainder to my wife, son and daughter. Executors - Silas Halsey, of Morristown, and Nehemiah Baldwin, of Newark. Witnesses - Ezekiel Cheever, Jonas Goble, Susannah Hayes. Proced April 23, 1764 (Lib. H, p. 431)

1768, April 18. BALL, John, Jr., of Hanover Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Bettey, the use of my house and home lot, given to me by deed from my father, and other lands. Son, Ephraim, horse and saddle. Daughter, Jemime, £20. Sons, Ephraim and Moses, 6 acres which I bought of Henry Burnet. Son, John, my home lot. Daughters, Abigail and Luce, £20 each when 18. Executors - wife, Bettey, and brother, Samuel Ball. Witnesses - John Ball, Enoch Beach, William Broadwell. Proved Jan. 19, 1769. (Lib. K, p. 61)

1760, March 6. BATES, John, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
All my lands and effects to be laid out for the maintenance of my mother, Abigail Bates, during her life. David Bates, the son of William Bates, my lands land effects. Executor - brother, Joseph Kitchel. Witnesses - Abraham Kitchel, Moses Kitchel, John Acken. Proved Oct. 12, 1761. (Lib. H, p. 71)

1765, Sept. 6. BATES, Thomas, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
My wife to have household goods and her maintenance out of the estate. Son, Daniel Bates, £30. Daughter, Sarah Bates, L10. Rest to children, Daniel Bates, Sarah Bates, Hannah Bates, Rachel Bates, Eunis Bates, and Mary Bates. Land to be sold. Executors - Nehemiah Baldwin and Joseph Kitchel. Witnesses - Joseph Foster, Grace Ford, Moses Kitchel. Proved Dec. 3, 1766. (Lib. I, p. 180)

1767, Dec. 8. BATES, William, of Pequannack, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Rebecca, a third of my estate, and the rest to my two daughters, Cathrine and Rhoda. Executors - my wife, and my friend, John Huntington, cooper. Witnesses - Ephraim Goble, Stephen Beach. Proved Sept. 3, 1770.
1770, Feb. 17. Renunciation by Rebecca Bates. Witnesses - Ephraim Goble and Stephen Beach. (Lib. K, p. 278)

1768, June 4. BEACH, Abner, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Sarah, my lands and goods. Son, Joseph, 5 shillings. Executors - my wife, and my son Isaac. Witnesses - Samuel Parritt, Isaac Sergeant, John Cobb. Proved Dec 8, 1768. (Lib. K, p. 60)

1768, Oct. 22. BEACH, Ephraim, of Hanover, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - John Cobb and Benjamin Howell; both of said place.
1768, Oct. 22. Renunciation by Deborah Beach, widow of Ephraim, in favor of John Cobb and Benjamin Howell. Witness - Samuel Beach. (Lib. I, p. 363)

1765, Feb. 15. BEACH, Joseph, of Mendham, Morris Co.; will of.
The land I bought of Mr. Byram's executors, and that land lying before John Cory's door, of 10 acres, and the field joining Samuel Day, to be sold. Wife, Eunice, 1/3 of the moveable estate, and use of 1/3 the lands; and the use of all lands till the children are old enough to put out. Son, Abner, rest of lands. Children, Mary, Eunice, Rachel, Joseph, Nathaniel, Hannah, Elias, Mathias, Samuel and Sary, £10 each. Executors - brother, Elisha Beach, and friends, John Cory and David Thompson. Witnesses - Isaac Rabbit, Samuel Hudson, William Hudson. Proved March 13, 1765. (Lib. H, p. 499)

1768, Oct. 28. BEDELL, Daniel, of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Mathias Clark. Fellowbondsman - Abraham Rutan; both of said place.
1768, Oct. 27. Renunciation, by Agness Bedell, the widow; in favor of Mathias Clark, the highest creditor. Whitness - Benjamin Bedell.
1768, Oct. 29. Inventory, made by Isaac Clark and Thomas Orsborn. (Lib. I, p. 363)

1768, July 11. BEDELL, Jacob, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Benjamin Bedell, of Essex Co. Fellowbondsman - Kennedy Vance, of Morris Co.
1768, July 13. Inventory, made by Stephen Clark and William Calwall. (Lib. I, p. 302)

1763, Aug. 4. BEVENS, Evan, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'x - Hannah Bevens, the widow. Fellowbondsman - David Linn; both of said Co.
1763, Aug. 2. Inventory, £64.15.0, made by Wyllys Pierson and Stephen Mahurin. (Lib. H, p. 324)

1763, May 9. BOUTTENHOUSE, Daniel, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - John Carl, largest creditor. Fellowbondsman - Peter Layton; both of said Co. Witness - Sarah Nuttman.
1763, May 7. Renunciation by, Saphira Bouttenhouse, his widow. Witness - Peter Layton.
1763, May 11. Inventory, £44.0.10, made by Daniel Cooper and Peter Layton.
1765, Dec. 31. Account by Adm'r. (File No. 179N)

1764, June 22. BRIDGE, David, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Israel Ward. Fellowbondsman - Henry Allen; both of said Co.
1762, Oct. 18. Renunciation, by Chloe Bridge, the widow, in favor of Israel Ward. Witness - Daniel Cogswell.
1764, Sept. 20. Inventory, £8.12.1, made by Joseph Day and David Ward. (Lib. H, p. 349)

1762, July 31. BROWN, Thomas, of Roxbury, Morris Co. Int. Adm'x - Pheby Brown, widow. Fellowbondsman - Thomas Brown; both of said place. Witness - John Van Tuyl.
1762, June 29. Inventory £50.2.5, made by John Van Tuyl and Thomas Kelsey.
1764, April 5. Account by Adm'x. (Lib. 11, p. 287)

1766, Nov. 5. BURNET, David, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Abigail, use of all my real and personal estate, till my son, Daniel, is 21, and also use of the land given to son Ichabud. Son, Daniel, my home lot and 5 acres over the road. Son, Ichabud, 12 acres on Bottle Hill, lying between Jermiah Genung and Josiah Miller. Daughter, Hannah Burnet, £15, when 18. Daughter, Rhode Burnet, £15, when 18. Daughter, Mary Burnet, £15. Executors - wife, Abigail, and friends, David Bruen and Thomas Genung. Witnesses - Thomas Bonnel, Stephen Ward, Stephen Howell. Proved Jan. 1, 1767. (Lib. I, p. 181)

1762, Sept. 9. BYRAM, Ebenezer, of Mendham, Morris Co.; will of.
Lands may be sold. Eldest son, Edward, to have as much as his younger brothers, and £100 more. Sones, Ebenezer, Naphthali, and Joseph, to have double to what my daughters will have. Wife to be equal with my younger sons, and to have the profits of the whole estate till the children are all of age. Daughters, Huldah, Abigail, Anna, Mary and Phebe, to have an equal half part with my younger sons; except that Huldah have £70 less than what she has already had. My wife is supposed to be pregnant, and that child is to have its share. Executors - my wife, Abigail, my son, Edward, my brother, Jeptha Byram, and Isaac Babbit. Witnesses - Asa Cooke, David Thompson, Samuel Hudson. Proved Sept. 27, 1762.
1763, March 10. Inventory, £4,130.9.5, made by Joseph Beach and Daniel Cary. (Lib. H, p. 289)

1769, May 29. CARL, Jacob, of Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Rebecca, use of 1/3 my lands hereafter given to my son, Jonas. Eldest son, Uriah Carl, £100, after taking out what I paid on bond to Joseph Carl, of Staten Island; and to Uriah's eldest daughter, Mary. Son, John, land where he lives; also the land in the Great Swamp. Son, Jonas, land where I live. Daughter, Sarah Baird, £50. Executors - sons, John and Jonas, and friend Peter Layton. Witnesses - Daniel Cooper, Jr., Elias Runyon, Mercy More. Proved Dec. 4, 1769. (Lib. K, p. 177)

1770, Sept. 6. CARTER, Luke, of Hanover, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Hannah, her choice of room, after mother's; all the goods she brought, and £300. Wife supposed to be pregnant, and that child is provided for. My brothers, George and Thomas, given legacies. Executors - my wife, my brother-in-law, Josiah Miller, and my brother, George Carter. Witnesses - Thomas Genung, Theophilus Miller, Ezekiel Cheever. Proved Sept. 28, 1770. (Lib. K, p. 277)

1770, Oct. 18. CARTER, Nicholas, of Hanover, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Children - Jonathan, Anna, Experience, Hannah, Abraham, Nehemiah, Moses, Nicholas, David, Comfort and Kezia, each 5 shillings. Wife, Susanna, use of rest of personal and real estates, and after her death, to my son Reuben, or when he is 21; but if he die, then to go to his sisters, Comfort and Kezia. Executors - my wife and son, Nehemiah. Witnesses - Joseph Foster, Thomas Genung, Ezekial Cheever. Proved Nov 22, 1770. (Lib. K, p. 298)

1762, July 22. CASE, Ichabod, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
My wife to have this house and land while my widow, and afterwards to go to my son William. Of the bond I hold against Justus King and Richard Sweazay, for £50, I give my said son £10, and £10 to my daughter, Abigail, and £10 to my daughter, Hannah, and £10 to my daughter, Kezia, and the other £10 to my grandson, Joseph Case, when he is 21. Executors - wife, Hannah, and Constant King. Witnesses - Isaiah Younglove, Barnabus Curtice. Proved Sept. 28, 1762. (Lib. H, p. 292)

1760, June 5. CATTERLING, Francis, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
My eldest son, Francis, 10 shillings. About Oct. 31, 1751, I bought of Joseph Prudden and Jonathan Osborn the land I live on, which I give to my wife, Phebe, while my widow; after which I give it to my five sons, Isaac, James, Joseph, Benjamin and Jacob. After my wife's death, I give the household goods to my daughters, Phebe and Susannah. Daughter, Mary, £3. Daughter, Martha, £3. Executrix - my wife, Phebe. Witnesses - Peter Kemble, Hannah Osborn, Mary Solegard. Proved Dec. 27, 1768. (Lib. K, p. 32)

1763, Oct. 10. CATTERLING, Jacob, of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Thomas Kinney. Fellowbondsman - Jacob Ford, Jr.; both of said place. Withness - Thomas Moseley. (File No. 180N)

1761, March 31. CHIDESTER, Mable, of Roxbury, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Samuel Chidester. Fellowbondsman - Moses Thomkens; both of said place, yeomen. Withness - John Van Tuyl.
1761, March 27. Inventory, £45.2.9, made by John Van Tuyl and David Sutton. (Lib. 10, p. 464)

1761, April 29. CLARK, David, of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Benjamin Hathaway, yeoman. Fellowbondsman - James Frost, blacksmith; both of said Co. Witness - Samuel Heard.
1761, April 24. Renunciation by Sarah Clark, widow of said David, in favor of Benjamin Hathaway. Witness - Henry Primrose. (Lib. H, p. 13)

1769, Sept. 28. COLMAN, Ephraim, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Real and personal estate to be sold, and, of the proceeds, my wife, Susanna, to have one third, and the rest to be divided among my children, namely, Elizabeth, Susanna, Mahitable, Sarah, and Penelope, when they are of age. If my wife have another child, it is to have a share. Executors - my wife, and John Carns, of Mendam, said Co. Witnesses - Moses Cooper, Benjamin Corwin, Jecamiah Rogers. Proved Nov. 3, 1769.
1769, Oct. Inventory, made by Daniel Budd and Caleb Swayze. (Lib. K, p. 219; File No. 255N)

1770, Nov. 21. CONCKLING, John, of Hanover, Morris Co. Int. Adm'x - Abigail Concklin, his widow. Fellowbondsman - Abraham Corey; both of said Co. Witness - John Doughty.
1770, Dec. 1. Inventory, made by Thomas Genung and Thomas Bonnel. (Lib. K, p. 256)

1767, Feb. 1. CONDICT, Peter, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Phebe, my personal estate, of which she may give portions to my eight children as wisdom may direct. Son, Ebenezer, my land on the southeast side of the mountain, called the Mine Mountain, and he to pay to my sons, Joseph and Nathaniel, each £10. Son, Peter, my other lands, and he to pay to my son, Silas, £10, and to find provisions for my wife. Executors - my wife, Phebe, and my sons, Joseph and Silas. Withnesses - Benoni Hathaway, Jedediah Mills, Thaddeus Dodd. Proved Aug. 25, 1768. (Lib. I, p. 334)

[No date]. CONGER, Benjamin, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Experience, 1/3 the money from the sale of personal estate, and the use of 1/3 of my real, while my widow. Son, Daniel, 1/2 of my apparel, and 10 acres on east end of my place, during his life, and then to go to his son Jonas. Son, Daniel, use of 10 acreas, known as the Dixon orchard, and after his death, to his son Benjamin. Daughter, Abigail, £10. Daughter, Elizabeth, £10. Son, Enoch, 1/2 of my apparel and the rest of my real, and, after his death, to go to his sons, Benjamin and Jonas. Daughter, Lydia, £50, and, if she die unmarried, then to Sarah, and Martha Goble, daughters of Simeon and Abigail Goble, £15, and to Zipporah and Abigail, daughters of Daniel and Mary Conger, £15. Executors - friend, Jonathan Stiles, and my son, Enoch. Witnesses - Samuel Olliver, John Primrose, Ezekiel Cheever. Proved March 10, 1762. (Lib. H, p. 146)

1767, Feb. 14. CONGER, John of Hanover Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Sarah, £50, and the use of all real and personal for 5 years, when my lands are to be divided between my sons, Joseph and John, and they are to pay £30 to each of my sons, Stephen, Zenus, Thomas, David and James, as they come 21, and to pay my daughters, Sarah and Phebe, £15, when 21. Executors - brother, Thomas Brown, and Joseph Tuttle, Jr., and my wife. Witnesses - Samuel Ball, William Broadwell, Daniel Burnet. Proved Dec. 22, 1767. (Lib. I, p. 259)

1765, March 13. COOK, Obadiah, of Hanover, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Joel Halsey, brother-in-law to said Cook. Fellowbondsman - John Cobb; both of said place. Witness - Lewis Ogden. (Lib. H, p. 423)

1769, Feb. 25. CORY, David, Sr., of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - David Cory, the eldest son. Fellowbondsman - John Campfield; both of Hanover Twsp., said Co. Witness - Abraham Cory.
1769, March 20. Inventory, £69.3.1, made by Barnabas Carter and Thomas Genung. (The goods were in the hands of Mary Cory, his widow). (Lib. K, p. 77.)

1760, Jan. 23. COUCK, George, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Ann, 1/3 my estate. Son, George Coke, 6 shillings. The rest of my estate to my son and daughters, when they are 21. If my wife can not bring them up, my Executors are to do so. Executors - John Waldorf and Martin Waldorf. Witnesses - Anthony Waldorf, Bernard Mowry, Margaret Waldorf. Proved April 9, 1761.
1761, March 12. Inventory, £176.8.1, made by Christopher Carne and Roluff Roluffson.
1763, Jan. 22. Account, by Executors. (Lib. 10, p. 468)

1770, Sept. 14. COURSEN, Jacob, of Roxbury Twsp., Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Jabez Hayton. Fellowbondsman - Jabesh Bell; both of said Co.
1770, Sept. 13. Renunciation by Hester Corsen in favor of her father, Jabez Heaton. Witness - Joseph Caldwell. (Lib. K, p. 256)

1761, April 8. CRANE, Edmund, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Abigail, her 1/3 and £150. Son, Stephen, £10. Daughter, Affia Persons, £10. Daughter, Rhoda Person, £10. Granddaughter, Abigail Squire, £50, when she is 18, but the bond that I gave to her father, Jonathan Squire, for £42, is to be reduced out of it. Son, Josiah, £60, when of age. Sons, Ezekiel and John, house and home lot. Sons, James and David, the upper lot, near Horse Hill. Executors - my wife, Abigail, and my brother-in-law, Joseph Kitchel. Witnesses - Samuel Ford, Eleazar Hatheway, William Dixon. Proved March 9, 1762. (Lib. H, p. 148)

1763, Feb. 9. DAY, Silas, of Morristown, Morris Co., cooper; will of.
Wife, Phebe, use of all my estate while my widow, and, after her death or marriage, one-half to be at her disposal, and other half to my brethren, Ezekiel, David, Jeduthun, Robert, Samuel, Abraham, Jared and Jehiel; except I give to Silas Condict's daughter, Elizabeth Phebe, as much as either of my brothers. Lands I bought of Silas Condict to be sold. Executor - Silas Condict. Witnesses - Daniel Carmichael, John Hatheway, Benony Hathaway. Proved April 7, 1763.
1763, April 20. Inventory, £310.15.7, made by Joseph Condict and Abraham Casterline. (Lib. H, p. 385)

1759, July 28. DRAKE, Abraham, of Roxbury Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Grandsons, Abraham and Jacob, the sons of my son Abraham, all my lands and grist mill; and they are to pay to my eldest son, Nathaniel, 20 shillings, and to my son, Jacob, 10 shillings, and to my son, Elisha, £40. Executors - my said grandsons. Withnesses - William Boyd, Thomas Throckmorton, John Van Tuyl. Proved May 6, 1763. (Lib. 11, p. 456)

1765, March 13. DRAKE, Nathaniel, Sr., of Roxbury, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - Nathaniel Drake, Jr., and Samuel Drake, sons of Nathaniel Drake, Sr. Fellowbondsman - Jabesh Bell; all of said place. (Lib. H, p. 423)

1764, March 5. DREEN, John, of Hanover Twsp., Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - John Cobb, who was approved by the creditors. Fellowbondsmen - Jacob Allerton and Joseph Kitchel; all of said place. Witness - Oliver Spencer.
1764, Oct. 2. Inventory, made by Joseph Bond and Reuben Riggs. (Lib. H, p. 356)

1768, Oct. 24. ESKILL, John, of Mendom (Mendham), Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Lands to be sold and money given to my wife, Mary, and my sons, John, Davias and Noah, and my daughters, Elizabeth and Hannah; to said children when of age. Executors—wife, Mary, David Estell and Silas Condit. Witnesses—Samuel Willis, William Estill, Isaac Morris. Proved Nov. 21, 1768. (Lib. K, p. 9)

1764, Oct. 29. FANCHER, Richard, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Son, William, 100 acres which I bought of John Alin, it being the place where I dwell. Son, Benjamin, 114 acres, where he lives, which I bought of William Garner. Son, David, 5 shillings. Son, Richard, 5 shillings. Daughters, Martha Bell, 5 shillings. Daughter, Amy Fancher, 5 shillings. Wife, Martha, the rest of my moveable estate. Executors - my wife and my friend, William Griffin. Witnesses - William Hopkins, Jr., Abigail Pen, Rachel Harker. Proved Nov. 12, 1764. (Lib. H, p. 525)

1767, Feb. 6. FORD, John, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
MOveable estate to be sold, and, out of the money, my four children, Mahlon, Chilion, David and Nathan, shall be brought up. The plantation where I live, and that where Solomon Brown lives by lease, and known by name of Mallepardis, and the land in Roxbury Twsp., all are to be divided when my eldest son, Mahlon, is 21, and he shall have his choice; and Chilion, when he is 21, shall have his choice; and the same with David and Nathan, when they are 21. Executors - my father, Jacob Ford, Jacob Ford, Jr., Samuel Tuthill and Moses Tuttle. Witnesses - Jabez Campfield, Joseph Wood, Frederick King. Proved March 12, 1767. (Lib. I, p. 186)

1763, June 6. FOSTER, Nathaniel, Jr., of Roxbury, Morris Co., blacksmith. Int. Adm't - Nathaniel Foster, of Lebanon, Hunterdon Co., blacksmith. Fellowbondsman - Michael Welsh, of Roxbury, Morris Co., yeoman, and Thomas Silverthorn, of Mansfield Woodhouse, Sussex Co., yeoman. Witness - William Hyndman.
1763, June 6. Renunciation, by Mary Foster, in favor of her father-in-law, Nathaniel Foster. Witness - Aaron Doud.
1763, June 4. Inventory, £46.12.5, made by John Likens and James Newman.
1765, May 23. Account by Adm'r. (Lib. 11, p. 457; File No. 1441N)

1762, Jan. 30. FREMAN, Stephen, Jr., of Hanover, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Personal and real to be sold, and the money to be for benefit of my wife, Sarah, to help her to bring up my children. Executors - wife, Sarah, and my brother-in-law, Mathew Fairchild. Witnesses - Jacob Ford, John Mitchell, Jr., Timothy Johnes. Proved March 9, 1762. (Lib. H, p. 143)

1770, May 16. FRENCH, John, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Henry French. Fellowbondsman - David Sayre; both of said Co.
1770, May 17. Inventory, made by David Sayre and Kennedy Vance. (Lib. K, p. 203)

1762, May 8. FROST, Ezekiel, of Roxbury Twsp., Morris Co. Int. Adm'x - Alice Frost. Fellowbondsman - William Bugles, both of said Co. Witness - Roger Flanavan. (Lib. 11, p. 287)

1767, Oct. 28. GARDNER, Sarah, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Peter Kemble, principal creditor. Fellowbondsman - Stephen Conkling; both of Morristown, said Co. Witness - Chloe Bridge. (Lib. I, p. 208)

1762, April 14. GLOVER, Uriah, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Martha, 1/2 of my furniture. Son, John, 5 shillings. Daughters, Rebecca Hull and Martha Hull, like sum of 5 shillings. Son, Charles, £20 when 21. Daughter, Deborah, rest of goods. Son, Uriah Glover, all of my lands. Executors - my wife and son, Uriah. Witnesses - Obadiah Seward, Frederick King, Constant King. Proved Nov. 20, 1769. (Lib. K, p. 216)

1763, March 17. Griffing, William, Jr., of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Sons, John and Gabriel, all my lands where I live bought by my father of Benjamin Maning and John Throckmorton, and 10 acres on the mountain that I bought of Ephraim Hopkins. Daughter, Sarah Griffing, £20. Children all under age, and, if they die, then 1/2 the lands to be my wife's, and the other half to go to my five brothers, Zodok, Robard, Ebenezer, Jasper and Francis. Wife, Hannah, rest of moveable estate. Executors - father, William Griffing and Aaron Starke. Witnesses - Jabesh Haton, William Dugles, Jr., Zophar Carns. Proved May 2, 1764.
1764, May 8. Inventory, made by Aaron Starke and William Baird. (Lib. H, p. 435)

1765, June 22. HAGER, John, of Roxberry, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Lawrence Hager. Fellowbondsman - John Piser; both of said place. (Lib. 12, p. 165)

1764, Jan. 7. HAMBLETON, Stephen, of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - Benjamin Fowler and Joseph Osborn, yeomen; both of said Co. Said Adm'rs are two of the largest creditors. Witness - Jacob Hamton.
1764, Jan. 11. Inventory, £23.6.10, made by Samuel Frost and Joseph Lacy.
1764, Nov. 19. Account by Benjamin Fowler, Adm'r. (Lib. H, p. 375)

1764, March 22. HARKER, Samuel, of Roxbury, Morris Co., minister of the Gospel; will of.
Wife, Deborah, 1/3 of my estate. Then my estate is to be divided into 5 parts; and I give my son, Ahimaaz, 2 parts, and to my daughters, Rachel, Jemina, and Massa, a part. My son, Daniel, who is foolish, to be supported by my wife and my son, Ahimaaz. Executors - son, Ahimaaz, and Samuel Grandin. Witnesses - Jemima Turner, Abigal Pew, Thomas Dains. Proved May 2, 1764. (Lib. H, p. 435)

1762, Nov. 26. HATHAWAY, Benoni, of Morris Co. Ward, aged 19 years, and son of Benjamin Hathaway, of said Co., deceased. Makes choice of Thomas Troop, of said Co., as his Guardian, who is appointed. Fellowbondsman - Ralph Tucker, of Essex Co. (Lib. H, p. 202)

1762, July 13. HATHAWAY, Benoni, of Morris Co. Ward. Son of Benjamin Hathaway, of said Co., deceased. Makes choice of Samuel Roberts, of said Co., as his Guardian, who is appointed. Fellowbondsman - Eleazar Hatheway, of said Co. (Lib. H, p. 258)

1762, Feb. 12. HATHWEAY, Benjamin, Esq., of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Elizabeth, 1/2 the yearly profits of my grist mill, and a cow, etc. Daughters, Rebecca, Thankful, Abigail and Kezia, the rest of moveable estate, except the blacksmith tools, which I give to my son, Jonathan. Son, John, land on Whippaning River, of 40 acres; also the house brother Clark lives in, and 3 acres. Son, Benoni, the other lands on the river. Son, Joseph, 40 acres with the small house on it. Son, Eliazar, also 40 acres. Son, Gershom, 50 acres, joining Joseph and Eliazar. Son, Benjamin, rest of the land on river, and the iron works at Mendham. Son, Jonathan, 50 acreas where he lives, which once belonged to Thomas Allerton. Son, Clemens, also 50 acres. Son, Job, 50 acres. Samuel Baldwin may 1/4 and on half-quarter of the grist mill, he paying £25 for the 1/4. Executors - Mathew Lum and Benjamin Halsey. Witnesses - Samuel Ford, Benjamin Lindsly, Timothy Johnes. Proved April 26, 1762. (Lib. H, p. 117)

1770, Aug. 20. HAWLEY, Andrew, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - The Right Honorable William Earl of Stirling; principal creditor. Fellowbondsman - John Carey, Esq., both of New Jersey. (Lib. K, p. 245)

1766, Dec. 16. HEDGES, Stephen of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - Mary Hedges, widow of Stephen, and Stephen Conkling. Fellowbondsman - Thomas Cleverly; all of said place.
1766, Dec. 19. Inventory, made by Robert Goble and Benjamin Halsey. (Lib. I, p. 207)

1760, Feb. 19. HOLLOWAY, Malachi, of Mendham, Morris Co.; will of.
Son, Elkenah, 1/2 of my land, which will be 38 1/2 acres. Son, Elijah, the 1/2 of my land. My wife, Elizabeth, to have a good maintenance. If both sons die, then the land is to go to my wife, and, when she dies then to Nehemiah Holloway, and my three daughters, viz., Patience, Judeth and Elizabeth. Executors - sons, Elkenah and Elijah. Witnesses - John Brown, John Brown, Jr., Elizabeth Bobet. Proved July 6, 1762.
1762, June 22. Inventory, made by Isaac Babbit and John Brown. (Lib. H, p. 297)

1770, Sept. 2. HORN, Simon, of Rocksbury Twsp., Morris Co., farmer; will of.
To John Horn, my brother, William Horn's, eldest son, 40 shillings. My brother, Samuel, my apparel; my gun, to his eldest son, Andrew; my smooth gun to his second son, William. Youngest sister, Charity, a cow; to her daughter Ester, a mare. Remainder to my brother, Samuel's two eldest sons, Andrew and William, and to my two sisters, Rachel and Charity. Executors - Aaron Stark and Miller Blatchly. Witnesses - William Throckmorton, Charity Hough, Daniel Jones. Proved Sept. 22, 1770.
1770, Sept. 19. Inventory, made by William Salmon and William Throckmorton. (Lib. K, p. 281)

1762, June 9. HOWARD, Joseph, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - John Tuttle, of said Co. Fellowbondsman - Thomas Woodruff, of Essex Co. Witness - Moses Littell.
1762, May 29. Renunciation by Anna Howard, widow of Joseph Howard, in favor of John Tuttle, largest creditor. Witness - Joseph Kitchel and Ebenezer Hayward. (Lib. H, p. 271)

1768, May 4. HOWELL, Abraham, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Brothers, Silas, Henry, Caleb, John and Samuel, and my only sister, Mary, all my estate. The real and personal to be sold. Executors - brother, Silas, and my friend, Jonathan Stiles. Witnesses - Sarah Clark, Charity Pitney, Timothy Johnes. Proved Jan. 14, 1769. (Lib. K, p. 150)

1768, Aug. 27. HOWELL, Mica, of Morris Co.; will of.
Daughter, Ann Howell, 5 shillings. Daughters, Rachel Totten and Mary Broadwell, a like amount. Daughters, Sibbah, various goods. Plantation to be sold and 1/2 the proceeds to my son William, and the other to my sons, John, Mica and Jonathan, when they are 21. The lot on Long Island, near Brickils, to be sold, and given to my four sons. Executors - my friends, William Parrat and Jonathan Mulford. Witnesses - John Winans, Christopher Wamsly, Thomas Osborn. Proved Dec. 4, 1768.
1768, Dec. 12. Inventory, made by William Parrot and Jonathan Mulford. (Lib. K, p. 12)

1763, Jan. 15. HUGHES, Hugh, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'x - Sarah Hughes. Fellowbondsman - Reverend John Darby; both of said Co. (Lib. I, p. 301)

1770, March 15. HUNTINGTON, Simon, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Thankful, 1/3, after debts are paid. Brother, Samuel Huntington, my sermon books. Children - Samuel Huntington, Jr., Eunice Ogden, Phebe Gard, Elizabeth Person, Sarah Winter and Simon Huntington, Jr. (son of John Huntington, my eldest son), rest of my estate; and the share of Simon is to be given to John, his father, till he is of age. Executors - wife, Thankfull, and my brother, Samuel Huntington. Witnesses - Mary Natar, Silas Haines, John Huntington. Proved Sept. 3, 1770.
1770, Aug. 27. Renunciation by Samuel Huntington. Witness - Daniel Keney. (Lib. K, p. 279)

1769, Oct. 6. JACKSON, Joseph, of Pequannock, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Stephen Jackson. Fellowbondsman - Nathaniel Mitchel; both of said Co. Witness - Malcolm McCouny.
1769, Oct. 5. Renunciation, by Mary Jackson, the widow; and William Jackson, the son of said Joseph. Witnesses - Hartshorne Fitz Randolph and Nathaniel Mitchel.
1769, Oct. 4. Inventory, made by Hartshorne Fitz Randolph and Nathaniel Mitchel. (Lib. K, p. 223)

1762, Nov. 2. JOHNSON, Henry, of Roxbury Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Elliner, use of the farm and moveables, till my youngest son, Zacherias, is 21. When all is sold the money is to be divided among my children, viz., Richard, Henry, John, Elliner, Zackeas, Mary Leuy, and Zacherias. The forge and saw mill to be sold as seems best. Executors - my wife, son Richard, and friend, John Van Tuyl. Witnesses - Jabesh Heaton, Jr., Timothy Skinner, Daniel Heaton, Jr. Proved March 17, 1763.
1763, March 15. Inventory, £1,110.11.4, made by John Lafever and William Boyd. (Lib. 11, p. 460)

1761, Dec. 5. JOHNSON, Jeremiah, of Hanover, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - Hannah Johnson, widow, of said Co., and Ezekiel Johnson, of Essex Co. Fellowbondsman - Joseph Heddon, of Essex Co.
1761, Dec. 12. Inventory, made by Benjamin Coe and Zechariah Fairchild. (File No. 150N)

1770, April 13. KELSEY, Joseph, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Land and moveables to be sold. What remains, after debts are paid, is to be put to interest, and all given to my daughter, Sarah Kelsey, when she is 18. Executors - my brother, William Kelsey, and my father-in-law, William Griffing. Witnesses - Lydia Griffing, Jasper Griffing, Joshua Dickerson. Proved May 25, 1770.
1770, May 28. Inventory, L67.19.2, made by Shubel Luse and Jabesh Bell. (Lib. K, p. 212)

1766, Feb. 27. KENNEY, John, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
Eldest daughter, Mary Parrit, £5. Real and personal to be sold and the money divided between my other three daughters, Johanah Price, Elizabeth Kenney and Abigail Cooper. Executors - Thomas Kenney and Jacob Ford, Jr. Witnesses - Abraham Tappen, Thomas Millidge, Augustine Moore. Proved March 19, 1766. (Lib. I, p. 177)

1762, Nov. 4. KENT, Thomas, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Real and personal to be sold, and then my daughter, Abigail, wife of Jabesh Eaton, of Roxbury, to have one-fourth; and my daughter, Phebe, wife of Isaac Johnson, of Cohansey, £5; and the rest to my granddaughter, Mary Johnson, who lives with me, and my daughter, Mercy, wife of John Cole. Executors - Deacon Mathew Lum, and Daniel Lindsly. Witnesses - Henry Primrose, James Pitney, Timothy Johnes. Proved July 30, 1764. (Lib. H, p. 450)

1765, Sept. 8. LACEY, Henry, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Hannah, use of real and personal during her life. Sons, Joseph, David and Abraham, all the real, after death of wife. Daughter, Sarah, £5. Daughters, Sarah, Rebecca, Hannah, Mary and Prudence, the personal estate. Executors - sons, Joseph and David. Witnesses - James Burnet, Matthias Burnett, Ezekiel Cheever. Proved July 16, 1768.
1768, July 16. Renunciation by David Lacy. (Lib. I, p. 295)

1761, June 1. LEONARD, Joshua, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Paul Leonard. Fellowbondsman - David Tuttle; both of said Co.
1761, May 29. Renunciation by Sarah Leonard, the widow, in favor of Paul Leonard. Witness - Josiah Leonard. (Lib. H, p. 442)

1762, April 7. LINDSLY, Elihu, of Morris Co.; will of.
Eldest son, Jabes, land on south side of Morristown road. Youngest son, Elihu, land on north side. Daughter, Sarah, a bed and £3. Daughters, Elizabeth, Kezia and Sarah, rest of personal. Executors - friends, Benjamin Lindsly and William Smith. Witnesses - Stephen Morehouse, Lawrence Willison, Moses Browne. Proved April 24, 1762.
1762, May 4. Inventory, made by Richard Minthorn and Paul Day. (Lib. H, p. 135)

1770, March 12. LINDSLY, Junia, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
My land where I live and the tract at the Great Pond to be sold. To wife, Hannah, and to each daughter, Charity, Mary and Rachel, £50. To sons, Ephraim, Junia, Agur and Nehemiah, £100 each. Sons to be put to trades. Executors - my brother, John Lindsly, and friend, Ebenezer Condict. Witnesses - Jacob Goble, Mary Cooper, Timothy Johnes. Proved April 9, 1770. (Lib. K, p. 215)

1765, Jan. 7. LIVERMORE, Isaac, of Rockaway, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Henry Broadwell, at the request of the principal creditors. Fellowbondsman - Noadiah Potter; both of Elizabeth Borough, Essex Co. (Lib. H, p. 423)

1763, June 7. LOGAN, John, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Thomas Logan, father of said John. Fellowbondsman - Bruce Rickey, of Somerset Co.
1763, July 8. Inventory, £263.13.1, made by Morgin Young and Samuel Muckelrath. (Lib. H, p. 245)

1762, March 16. LOREE, Samuel, of Mendham, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
The 30 acres where Elijah Brown lives to be sold. Wife, Sybil, rent of my plantation, till my son comes of age. Son, Samuel, rest of lands, when he is of age. Daughters, Joanna, Mary and Elizabeth, £30 each, as they are of age. Executors - friends, Jabez Bears and Benjamin Halsey. Witnesses - Henry Antell, Ezekiel Beach, Nathaniel Tingley. Proved April 15, 1762.
1762, April 19. Inventory, made by Samuel Mills and Alexander Aikman. (Lib. H, p. 141)

1765, June 4. LOSEY, John, Sr., of Mendham Twsp., Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Jane, to have negro, Dinah, and, at wife's death, to my daughter, Elizabeth. My wife and two youngest daughters, Elizabeth Losey and Jane Losey, my household goods. Son, James Puf Losey, my lands. Son, Cornelius, £26. Son, John, £100. Son, Timothy, £30. Son, Philip, £80, when 21. Daughter, Mary Pitney, £5. Daughter, Catharine Burwell, £5. Daughter, Jane Losey, £20, when 18. Executors - friends, Isaac Southard and John Ayers. Witnesses - Nathaniel Mitchell, James Young, Richard Dell. Proved July 2, 1765. (Lib. H, p. 547)

1764, May 1. LUDLOW, Jeremiah, of Morris Co.; will of.
Son, Jeremiah Ludlow, £10. My wife, Elizabeth, use of the rest of my estate, and after her death, to my grandchildren, viz., Samuel Ludlow; Temperance Ludlow; Deborah Ludlow; Wilkey Ludlow; Daniel Ludlow; they being children of my son, Jeremiah; and to John Ludlow, son of my son, Cornelius, when they are 21. Executor - son, Cornelius. Witnesses - John Roll, John Carl, Ebenezer Beebout. Proved Aug. 27, 1764.
1764, Aug. 8. Inventory, £62.18.2, made by Jacob Carl and Richard Runyon. (Lib. H, p. 452)

1770, Aug. 27. LYON, Samuel, of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Nathaniel Armstrong. Fellowbondsman - Ezra Halsey; both of said Co.
1770, Oct. 2. Inventory, made by Ezra Halsey and Henry Actell. (Lib. K, p. 268)

1767, Sept. 15. MARTEN, William, of Mendham Twsp., Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Elizabeth, use of my farm and moveable estate, which are to be sold after her death and the money divided among my nine children, William, Elijah, John, Azariah, James, Peter, Elizabeth, Rhoda and Jemimah. Executors - my wife, son, John, and friend, James McVicar. Witnesses - William Stewart, Robert Comins, Brice Rikey. Proved Oct. 29, 1767.
1767, Oct. 22. Inventory, £201.14.0, made by Asa Cooke and Brice Rieky. (Lib. I, p. 170)

1763, ___, ___. MERRY, John, of Morris Co.; will of.
My lands in Boston government to be for my wife. Brother, Nathaniel Miller, joint Executor. Witnesses - Isaac Ogden, Benjamin Clark. (Above will is much torn and parts missing.)
1768, April 26. Adm'x - Elizabeth Merry, the widwo of John, late of Morris Co. Fellowbondsman - Nathaniel Miller, of Springfield, Essex Co. Witnesses - Abraham Ogden and John B. Scott.
Elizabeth Merry, the Adm'x, said that John Merry, her late husband, died without a will, except some small pieces of paper that was supposed to have been intended for one, from which the meaning could not be taken, and which was lodged in the Prerogative Court office.
1768, April 5. Inventory, made by Obadiah Lum and Thomas Vail. (Lib. I, p. 301; File No. 240N)

1764, Aug. 13. MILLER, Johannes, of Paquanack Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Catharine, 1/3 of the moveable estate. Son, Hendrick, the land where he lives, of 131 acres. Son, Jacob, the land where he lives, of 180 acres. Son, John, land where he lives, of 216 acres. Son, Adam, £50. Son, Fradrick, £100. My three daughters, Elizabeth, Margaret and Charlotta, £75 each. Executors - sons, Adam and Fradrick. Witnesses - Lewis Stewart, Cornelius Peer, Daniel Peer. Proved Dec. 5, 1769.
1770, March 1. Inventory, £25.4.7, made by Lewis Stewart and Adam Demont. (Lib. K, p. 217)

1768, Sept. 14. MILLER, William, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Magra, 17 acres in Somerset Co., joining Abraham Southard and Elisha Ayers, while she lives. Son, William, plantation where he lives, it being at a place called The Cove, in York Government, of 153 acres. Son, Henry, the plantation he lives on, of 150 acres, it also being at The Cove. Son, John, plantation he lives on, of 150 acres, it also being at The Cove. Son, Garret, plantation he lives on, of 150 acres, it being at The Cove. My daughter, Sarah, 50 acres at The Cove. Daughter, "Lishaferver," the sum of £100. Daughters, Elizabeth and Katrien, the plantation I live on, with the 70 acres that joins it; but my wife is to live on the place as long as she lives. Executrix my wife, Magra. Witnesses Amariah Sutton, Blackert Whitneck, Paultus Miller. Proved Sept. 21, 1768.
1768, Sept. 20. Inventory, £357.0.6, made by Amariah Sutton and Edward Lewis, signed by Catherine Miller, as Executrix. (Lib. I, p. 348)

1765, Dec. 27. MOORE, Augustine, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Brother, John Moore, my apparel; and to John's son, Augustine, £10. My sister, Sarah's son, Augustine Moore Tooker, £10. My sister, Mary's son, Augustine Williams, £10. My sister, Elizabeth's son, Augustine Moore, £10. My wife, Mary, rest of personal and real. Executrix - my wife. Witnesses - Timothy Johnes, Samuel Tuthill, Thomas Budd. Proved Nov. 30, 1767. (Lib. I, p. 193)

1763, Oct. 8. NITSER, Peter, of Roxbury, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Hermon Cline, of Hunterdon Co. Fellowbondsmen - John Stine and Roelof Roelofson; both of Morris Co.
1763, Oct. 14. Inventory, £1,033.1.1, of goods of Peter Neitzert, shopkeeper; made by Roelof Roelofson and William Schuiler.
1766, March 14. Account filed by Adm'r.
1766, Oct. 29. Account filed by Adm'r. (Lib. H, p. 291)

1765, Jan. 10. NOCHBER, Leonard, of Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Margreata, all my estate; and, after her death, my son, Leonard, to have my lands; but if he die leaving no heir, then the lands to be sold, and money given to my grandchildren. To children of my oldest daughter, Anna Margreata, late wife of Henry Shankle, £200. To the children of my daughter, Anna Martha Trimmer, the wife of Mathias Trimmer, £200. To the children of my daughter, Mary Elizabeth Welsh, the wife of William Welsh, £200. Executors - son, Leonard, and Roelof Roelofson. Witnesses - Jacob Graa (Gray), Johan Andrew Hansell, Elizabeth Roelofson. Proved 1765. (Lib. 12, p. 453)

1765, July 1. OGDEN, David, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Real and personal estate to be sold. Son, Gibard, £45. Daughter, Elizabeth, £30. Daughter, Nancee Salmon, £30. Daughter, Mary, £30. Granddaughter, Nancee Ogden, my bed. Grandson, David Ogden, my cane. Son, Gabriel, my gun. Son, David, 7 shillings. Son, John, £25. My daughter, Abigail, £15. Sons, Joseph, Amos, Nathan and Gabriel, the rest. Executors - son, Amos; and kinsman, Daniel Budd. Witnesses - Constant King, George King, Josiah Crane. Proved June 12, 1767. (Lib. I, p. 156)

1768, Sept. 15. OGDEN, Joseph, of Morris Co., doctor; will of.
Wife, Grais, £50. Oldest son, Gabral, £5, besides what I gave him by deed. Daughters, Elesabeth, Mary and Eme, £30 each. Son, Justus Swazey Ogden, lot near the Raraton Landing, being part of a lot formerly belonging to Peter Bodine. Rest of land to be sold and the money to be given to my 5 sons, Garabrant, Joseph, Stephen, Ames and Benjamin. Executors - Andrew Miller, Jr., and David Estill. Witnesses - Ebenezer Titus, Daniel McKinney. Proved Nov. 21, 1768.
1768, Nov. 21. Renunciation, made by David Estill and Andrew Millar, Jr. Witness - Abraham Odgen.
1768, Nov. 27. Adm'r - Gabriel Ogden, of Somerset Co. Fellowbondsman - Jonathan Stiles, of Morris Co. (Lib. K, p. 15; Lib. I, p. 364)

1769, Nov. 14. OGDEN, Justus Swayze, of Roxbury Twsp., Morris Co. Ward. Son of Joseph Ogden, of said place, deceased; makes choice of Caleb Swayze as his Guardian.
1769, Nov. 14. Guardian - Caleb Swayze, of said place. Fellowbondsman - John Carnes, of Mendham Twsp., said Co. (Lib. K, p. 223)

1762, March 25. PAIN, Isaac, of Mendham, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Abigail, household goods, etc. Sons, Isaac and John, £50 each. Daughters, Deborah, Sarah, Mary and Ruth, £10 each, when they are 18. Executors - my wife and Samuel Roberts. Witneses - Henry Clark, William Hulburd, Alexander Aikman. Proved April 15, 1762.
1762, April 3. Inventory, made by Robert Adams and Henry Clark. Includes house and 122 acres of land, L114. (Lib. H, p. 364)

1760, July 21. PEER, John, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
To my wife the house and lands where I live, and, after her death, I give my lands to my 4 sons, Abraham, Daniel, Cornelius and David. Son, Tunis, £27. Son, John, £30. Son, Samuel, £20. Daughter, Catharine, £30. Daughter, Jean, £30. Executors - sons, Daniel and Cornelius Peer. Witnesses - Lewis Stewart, John Parlaman. Proved April 21, 1763.
1763, April 27. Inventory, £267.5.1, made by George Bowlby and John Parlaman. (Lib. H, p. 387)

1769, March 2. PEW, William, Jr., of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Joseph King. Fellowbondsman - Frederick King; both of said Co.
1769, Feb. 15. Renunciation by Margaret Pew, the widow; William Pew, the father; and Samuel Pew and Thomas Pew, brothers of said William Pew, Jr., in favor of Joseph King. Witness William Pew. (Lib. K, p. 142)

1768, Nov. 22. PIERSON, John, of Hanover, Morris Co., clerk; will of.
Children - Abraham, Anne, Elizabeth, John, Wyllys. The house where John lives to be in his share, and at the death of John and his wife, or her marriage, to be sold, and divided among his children. My granddaughter, Ruth, the only child of my daughter Abigail Grave, deceased, £10. My daughters, Margaret and Hannah, each to have £50 less than Abraham, Ann and Elizabeth; and the reason is that I have spent money on the estate at Jamaica, that belongs to Margaret and Hannah. A tombstone is to be erected at my grave. Executors - my friends, Joseph Tuttle, Joseph Kitchel and John Kitchel. Witnesses - John Dixon, Samuel Alleson, Susannah Williams. Proved Sept. 2, 1770. (Lib. K, p. 282)

1768, June 22. PIERSON, Moses, of Morris Co., gentleman; will of.
My wife ot have 1/2 the household goods and the other 1/2 to my daughter, Elizabeth. I give my brother, Daniel Person, my coals. Executors - brother, Elijah Person and Soloman Munson. Witnesses - Aaron Pierson, David Cory. Proved July 11, 1768. (Lib. I, p. 296)

1770, Jan. 29. POTTER, Joseph, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Mary, my personal estate and the use of the real, in order to help her bring up my children till my daughter, Phebe, is 18, paying to daughters, Abigail, Sarah and Joanna, what is reasonable, after they are 18. Daughter, Elizabeth, 15 and 3/4 acres of my plantation. Daughters, Abigail, Sarah, Joanna and Phebe, rest of real estate, but they are to pay to my grandson, John Wood, £50, when he is 21. Grandson, John Wood, son of my daughter, Mary, deceased, £50. Executors - my wife, and my friend, Abraham Pierson, Jr., who are to collect the money due from Benoni Thomas, Joseph Lacey and Ezekiel Cheever, Mary Benjamin. Proved April 14, 1770.
1770, April 14. Inventory, £1,377.12.10, made by John Rose and Joseph Lasey. (Lib. K, p. 212)

1770, June 15. RICHARDS, Stephen, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Charles Richards. Fellowbondsman - Samuel Cozort; both of said Co. (Lib. K, p. 223)

1761, May 14. ROGERS, Nathaniel, of Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Jemima, 1/3 my place during her life time, and 1/3 the moveables. Son, Jabesh, £7. Son, John, all my lands. To each of my sons, Nathaniel, Benjamin, Simeon, Henry, Amos and David, £10, when of age. Daughters - Phebe, Sarah, Elizabeth and Agnes, each £8. Executors - my wife and William Parrot. Witnesses - Jonathan Elmer, William Johnston, Lewis Winans. Proved May 27, 1761. (Lib. H, p. 19)

1762, Nov. 29. RUTAN, Daniel, of Morris Co. Ward, aged 15 years, and one of the children of Peter Ratan, of said Co., deceased. Guardian - Thomas Baker, of Essex Co. Fellowbondsman - William Calwall, of Morris Co. (Lib. H, p. 203; File No 177N)

1761, Feb. 23. RUTAN, John, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Sarah, use of my plantation for 13 years, then she is to have 1/3 of the same. Daughter, Sarah, £10, at her marriage. At the end of 13 years my daughters, Rachel, Elizabeth and Mary, to have £10 each. When the plantation is sold the money to be divided between my daughters, Sarah, Rachel, Elizabeth and Mary. Son, John, £30, when 21. Son, John, to have my plantation in Hempshire Co., in Virginia. Executors - wife, Sarah, and my friend Elias Vansickel. Proved April 3, 1761.
1761, March 30. Inventory, made by John Carl and Abraham Rutan. (Lib. g, p. 414)

1762, Sept. 4. RUTAN, John and Peter, of Morris Co. Petition of Kennedy Vance, Mica Howell, John Maxfell, Jr., William Baker, James Calwell, Thomas Cushman and Jonathan Littell, praying that Thomas Baker may be appointed Guardian of John Rutan and Peter Rutan.
1762, Nov. 15. It is ordered that the above request be granted and that their eldest brother, Daniel, also have a Guardian appointed. (File No. 177N)

1765, Feb. 14. SAYRE, Ebenezer, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'x - Mary Sayre, his widow.
1765, Feb. 12. Inventory, made by Jeremiah Genung and Ephraim Price. (Lib. H, p. 423)

1768, Oct. 28. SEARING, Samuel, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Younas, what the law gives her and no more. Daughters, Ann, Theordoshe and Margrit, £10 each, whey they are 18. Sons, Samuel, Joshua and Soloman, rest of my personal and real estate. Executors - wife, Younas, and my brother, Josiah Broadwell. Witnesses - Seth Crowell, Jr., Mary Gerner, Edward Crowell. Proved Nov. 17, 1768. Probate to Eunice Searing, same date. (Lib. K, p. 11)

1765, Feb. 14. SEARS, Ebenezer, of Hanover, Morris Co. Int. Adm's - Mary Sears, the widow. Fellowbondsman - David Burnet; both of said place. (Lib. H, p. 423)

1766, Sept. 11. SEWARD, Isaac, of Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Phebe, £20, and use of my land till my son, Daniel, is 21; then to be divided among my sons, Samuel, Daniel and Abraham. Mentions daughters, without giving names. Executrix - wife, Phebe. Witnesses - Ebenezar Blachly, Nathan Cooper, Jr., John Seward. Proved Dec. 5, 1769.
1769, Dec. 5. Adm'r with will annexed - John Seward, eldest brother; Phebe, the wife, being deceased. (Lib. K, p. 222; File No. 149S)

1769, June 22. SHANKEL, Henry, of Roxbury Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Mary Elizabeth, 1/3 of my real and personal, for 14 years, to bring up my small children; and, after that time, the lands to be sold. Oldest son, Anthony, 5 shillings above his share. Sons, John Peter, Leonard, Henry and Adam, £10 each. My four youngest daughters, Margrit, Mary Elizabeth, Catrin and Anna Mary, £8 each. What remains to be divided among all my children. Executors - friends, Leonard Nochber and Morice Crator, Jr. Witnesses - Anthony Woldorf, Adam Lorantz, Roelof Roelofson. Proved June 28, 1770.
1770, June 21. Inventory, £209.5.6, made by Leonard Nighbour and Morris Crater, Jr., Executors, and John Waldorf and Roelof Roelofson, appraisers. (Lib. 14, p. 233)

1767, June 27. SHARPENSTINE, John Peter, Jr., of Roxbury Twsp., Morris Co. Ward. Son of John Peter Sharpenstine, of said place. Guardian - Samuel Grandine, Esq. (Lib. 12, p. 478)

1763, July 8. SHIPMAN, Benjamin, of Hanover, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Jacob Ford, of said Co. Fellowbondsman - Samuel Jaques, of Middlesex Co.
1763, March 28. Renunciation by Charity Shipman, his widow; in favor of Jacob Ford, the principal creditor. Witness - Samuel Nuttman. (Lib. H, p. 259) [NOTE: the dates are as they appear in the book]

1764, Aug. 8. SLENGERLANDT, Samuel, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Marritje, use of all real and personal estate for her support and education of my daughter, Lea. Dauther, Lea, after wife's death or marriage, all my estate; but, if she die, the £10 is to be given to my brother, Niclaes Slengerlandt, son of Peter Slengerlandt; and the rest to my wife; but, if she have no heirs, then to my brother, Niclaes, and my sister, Elizabeth Ryerse. Executors - my wife and brother, Niclaes, and Nathaniel Ford. Witnesses - David Marinus, Dirk Francisco, Peter Roome. Proved Nov. 6, 1764. (Lib. H, p. 553)

1767, June 3. SMITH, Benjamin, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Hannah, 1/3 of the moveable estate, and 1/3 the rents of my real, as long as she lives. The rest of the rents are to be used to bring up my children. What is not used to go to my four sons, Caleb, Hyram, Benjamin and Richard, when the oldest is 21. The child that is yet unborn is to have its share. My daughter, Elizabeth, £50, when 18. Executors - my wife, Samuel Smith and Aaron Dod. Witnesses - Ebenezer Cobb, Isaac Sergeant, John Cobb. Proved July 27, 1767. (Lib. I, p. 188)

[No date]. SMITH, Henry, of Roxbury Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Hanner, to have all lands and moveables, to enable her to bring up my young children. Executrix - wife, Hanah. Witnesses - Ladey Darland, Charety Suten, Searey Anderson.
Codicil. (No date}. To son, Henry, 5 shillings, when he comes of age. Witnesses - William Dorland, Michel Abel, Searey Anderson. Proved March 20, 1765.
1765, Jan. 2. Inventory, £86.11.8, made by Edward Wilmot and William Dorland. (Lib. 12, p. 138)

1763, Feb. 12. SMITH, Richard, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Sarah, 1/3 the goods. Daughter, Rachel Person, rest of goods; but to my granddaughter, Elizabeth Cobb, I give £10; also grandson, Thomas Cobb, £10, when 21. To my wife I give £10, it being now in the hands of Frances More. Sons, Samuel and Benjamin, £10, and my land. Executors - sons, Samuel and Benjamin. Witnesses - Frances More, Robart Jinkens, William Howard. Proved July 1, 1763. (Lib. H, p. 390)

1767, Aug. 26. STARK, Enos, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
All my lands in this and Sussex Co. to be sold, if my Executors think best. Wife, Hannah, all the personal and real she had when I married her, and £45 beside. Remainder to my children, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; and my Executors are to consider the child that my wife is now pregnant with. Executors - Aaron Stark and Capt. John Brookfield. Witnesses - Job Brookfield, Uzal Tomkins, James Gillispie. Proved Sept. 18, 1767. (Lib. I, p. 159)

1762, March 31. STEWARD, Robert, of Mendham Twsp., Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Jane, to have a comfortable support on my land. Son, William, all my real. To daughter, Margret Stuard, £100. Executors - my wife and son, William. Witnesses - John Logan, James McVicker, Brice Ricky. Proved May 28, 1762. (Lib. H, p. 127)

1768, July 11. STILES, Ephraim, of Pequannack Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Anna, all real and personal till my two sons, Levi and Ephraim, are of age, when I give to them all lands. To my son, Moses Halsey, £20. Daughter, Anna, £20. My wife is pregnant, and I give to that child £20. Daughter, Elizabeth, is to be maintained out of the estate. Executors - Lewis Stewart, Ebenezer Haywood, Jacob Minton. Proved Aug. 22, 1768. (Lib. I, p. 326)

1766, Oct. 3. STILWELL, Daniel, of Mendham, Morris Co.. Int. Adm'r - Benjamin Lindslay, brother of said Daniel Stilwell. Fellowbondsman - Stephen Beach; both of said Co. (Lib. I, p. 7)

1761, July 7. SWEASEY, John, of Roxbury, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - Jabish Mapes Sweasey and William Larrison; both of said Co. Renunciation by Peggy Sweazey, widow of John Sweasey, in favor of William Larrason and her son-in-law, Mapes Sweasey. Witnesses - Aaron Gillet and Joseph Luse.
1761, June 16. Inventory, £383.5.0, made by Walter Brown and Jacob Drake. (Lib. G, p. 444)

1764, Sept. 26. TAPPON, Abraham, of Hanover, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Sarah, some household goods, stock and the use of the house where I live, and 20 acres. My daughters, Sarah, Mary, Cecil and Margaret, 20 shillings to each. Daughter, Hannah Bloodgood, £15. Daughter, Isabel, £25. To son, Benjamin, 10 acres, to be taken off of the woodlot east of the land given to Asher, by deed. Son, Asher, 5 acres of the woodlot that joins to that given to him by deed. Son, Moses, 40 acres, joining Asher's land. Sons, Jacob and John, my homestead, of 20 acres. Sons, Isaac, Abraham and William, £7 each. Executors - wife, Sarah; son-in-law, George Cooper, and my sons, Moses and Asher. Witnesses - William Dixon, Benjamin Searing, Martha Dixon. Proved Nov. 7, 1766. (Lib. I, p. 57)

1763, Feb. 5. TEMOUT, Frederick, of Pequannock, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Charlotte, use of my real and personal while my widow. Sons, Adam and Coonrod, my plantation where I dwell, of 600 acres, and also land by Rockaway River, of 50 acres, and all other lands, except 4 lots at New Foundland. When son, Coonrod, shall get married, he is to have a setout, equal to his brother and sisters. Daughters, Elizabeth and Catharine, 4 lots at New Foundland. Executors - my two sons, Adam and Coonrod. Witnesses - John Van Winkle, Frederick Miller, Ezekiel Cheever. Proved Sept. 8, 1766. (Lib. I, p. 56)

1762, Nov. 6. THARP, Peter and Elizabeth, both of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Samuel Day, of said Co., principal creditor.
1763, Aug. 15. Inventory made by Ebenezer Lindsly and Abraham Casterline. (Lib. H, p. 271)

1763, Feb. 13. THROCKMORTON, Thomas, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Moveable estate to be sold, except what my Executors think best to keep for my son, Thomas, till he comes to the age of 5 years old, which will be in 1768, and which is 1/2 of the moveable estate that belongs between my brother, Daniel, and myself. Wife, Merium, all the goods she brought to me when I married her; also 1/3 the money after sale of lands and moveable estate. Son, Thomas, the rest, when he is 21; but, if he do not live, then to my brothers and sisters, and my wife, namely, John, William, Daniel, Job and Lewis Throckmorton, Mary Foster, Rebecca Throckmorton. Executors - my wife, Hartshorn Fitz Randolph and Job Throckmorton. Witnesses - Benjamin Hart, John Throckmorton. Proved May 3, 1763. (Lib. 11, p. 470)

1761, Jan. 2. TOMKINS, Ichabod, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Hannah, 1/2 of the moveable estate, and use of my real to support the children. Son, Uzel, my lands. Sons, Isaac, Robert and Nathan, £100 each, when 21. Daughters, Salome, Phebe and Huldah, £50, when 18. My wife being pregnant, that child is to have a share. Executors - Capt. John Brookfield and Gabriel Ogden, both of said town. Witnesses - Robert Goble, Jonas Goble, Amos Crane. Proved March 5, 1761.
1761, March 19. Inventory, made by Amos Crane. (Lib. H, p. 17)

1761, Dec. 14. TOTTEN, Jasper, of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - Lewis Winans and Richard French, both of said Co., principal creditors. Fellowbondsman - Silvanas Totten, of said Co.
1761, Dec. 10. Renunciation by Patience Totten, widow of said Jesper. Witnesses - Jonathan Elmer and Peter Fleming.
1761, Dec. 18. Inventory made by Jacob Bedell and William Parsens.
1763, Oct. 18. Three accounts filed by the Adm'rs, wherein they pay to Joseph Totten, James Totten, Samuel Totten, Salvanas Totten, Sarah Totten, Aaron French, John Totten, Salvenus Oakley, and others. (Lib. H, p. 74)

1762, March 25. TOTTEN, John, of Morris Co. Ward. Aged 18 years, and one of the children of Jasper Totten, of said Co., dec'd; makes choice of James Totten, of said Co., as his Guardian; and said James was appointed. Fellowbondsman - John Winans, of Essex Co. (Lib. H, p. 78)

1770, Nov. 1. TRIMMER, Anthony, Jr., of Morris Co. Ward. Son of Anthony Trimmer, of said Co., yeoman, deceased; he has personal estate, given to him by the will of his father, and now makes choice of his friend, Thomas Fearclo, as his Guardian, till he is 21.
1770, Nov. 1. Guardian - Thomas Fearclo. Fellowbondsman - David Brown, both of said Co. Witnesses - Richard Kemble and Robert Tuite Kemble. (Lib. K, p. 257)

1768, May 21. TROUP, Robert, of Hanover, Morris Co., gentleman; will of.
Children, John, Robert, Elizabeth and Eleanor, all my estate in New York and New Jersey. Elizabeth has had some goods. Executors - son, John Troup, Jr., and my son-in-law, Benjamin Johnson, and John Tuttle, of Hanover. Witnesses - William Broadwell, Jonathan Wilkison, William Diron. Proved Jan. 19, 1769. (Lib. K, p. 63)

1768, Nov. 9. TROWBRIDGE, David, of Morris Twsp., Morris Co., farmer; will of.
My lands and goods to be divided among my 8 children, with this reserve, that my wife, over her equal proportion, is to have her choice of one cow, and any one jade (horse) belonging to the estate, and she is to have the possession of my estate, as long as she is my widow. Son, Shubal Trowbridge, has built and improved on 11 acres, and he is to have a deed for the same land. Executrix - my wife, Lydia. Witnesses - James Smyth, William Locy, John Losee. Proved Dec. 9, 1768. (Lib. K, p. 58)

1767, Feb. 15. TUFFORD, Philip, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
To grandson, Jurrey Staffey Tufford, and to my 2 sons, George and Adam, each 5 shillings. Wife, Catrena, rest of my estate, and, after her death, to go to my daughter, Mary Magdilen. Executors - my wife and Stuffey Derburger. Witnesses - Roelof Roelofson, Elizabeth Roelofson, Lawrance Roelofson. Proved Feb. 1, 1769.
1769, Jan. 18. Inventory, £67.7.6, made by Roelof Roelofson and John Tackerd. (Lib. 14, p. 170)

1762, Dec. 20. TUTTLE, Abraham, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Jonathan Stiles, brother-in-law, and one of the largest creditors, of said Co., yeoman. Fellowbondsman - Benjamin Brush, of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co. Witness - Sarah Thomas. (Lib. H, p. 271)

1768, Aug. 12. TUTTLE, Ebenezer, of Hanover, Morris Co. Ward. Son of Samuel Tuttle, of said place, deceased, having real and personal estate, which needs care, makes choice of Thomas Milledge as his Guardian, till he is 21, being at the present time 17 years old.
1768, Aug. 12. Guardian - Thomas Milledge. Fellowbondsman - Enoch Beach; both of said place. (Lib. I, p. 336)

1751, May 21. TUTTLE, Samuel, of Hanover Twsp., Morris Co.; will of.
Wife, Rachel, household goods and one cow; also the rents of my homestead, till my son, Ebenezer, is 21, when he is to have all my lands; but, if he die, then the lands to be divided among all my brothers, viz., John, Joseph, David, Moses and James, and my wife, Rachel. Executors - friends, John Tuttle and David Hitchell. Witnesses - Amos Williams, Thomas Dickson, Thomas Bates. Proved Jan. 6, 1762. (Lib. H, p. 144)

1766, April 9. VANDERBECK, Paulus, of Pequannock, Morris Co.; will of.
To John Deboog, son of my daughter, Marytje, deceased, land where he lives, and also the land as his father, Garret Deboog, in his lifetime did possess. Daughter, Elizabeth, my house lot where I live; but the east end of my dwelling is to belong to my step-daugher, Debora Berry, during her life. Rest of my lands to my daughters, Catlyntje and Elizabeth. Step-daugher, Debora Berry, the room in the east end of my house, and £300. Executors - Reverend David Marinus and Peter Rome, Jr. Witnesses - Marthe Berry, Paulus Berry, Samuel Roome. Proved Aug. 19, 1766. (Lib. I, p. 62)

1762, Nov. 29. VAN SICKLE, Elizabeth, of Morris Co. Ward. Aged 6 years and one of the children of Abraham Van Sickle, of said Co., deceased. Guardian - Thomas Baker, of Essex Co. Fellowbondsman - William Calwall, of Morris Co. (Lib. H, p. 203; File No. 177N)

1770, April 12. VAN SICKLE, Elizabeth, of Morris Co. Ward. Daughter of Abraham Van Sickle, of said Co., deceased; who makes choice of Cornelius Ludlow as her Guardian.
1770, April 12. Guardian - Cornelius Ludlow. Fellowbondsman - Abraham Rutan; both of Morris Township. Witness - Abraham Burgean. (Lib. K, p. 191)

1770, Oct. 19. WALTON, John, Jr., of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - Elizabeth Walton and Ezekiel Goble; both of said place. (Lib. K, p. 256)

1761, Dec. 29. WARD, Stephen, of Morristown, Morris Co. Int. Adm'rs - William Lloyd and Elizabeth, his wife. Fellowbondsman - Abraham Tuttle; all of said place.
1762, March 14. Inventory, £45.0.0, made by the Adm'rs, who retained 1/5 part; and the rest was delivered to Samuel Tuthill for Jonathan Stiles, for the use of the other 4 heirs. (Lib. H, p. 119)

1763, May 7. WASHBORNE, Zenus, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Jephthah Byram, of Newton. Fellowbondsman - Isaac Harlow, of Hardyston; both of Sussex Co., yeomen. Witness - William Hyndman. (Lib. 11, p. 455)

1767, Sept. 24. WILKINSON, Crowell, of Hanover, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Jacob Ford, principal creditor. Fellowbondsman - Jacob Ford, Jr.; both of said place. Witness - Chloe Bridge.
1767, June 22. Renunciation by Martha Wilkinson, the widow. Witness - John Johnson. (The said Crowell Wilkinson died April 25, 1767). (Lib. I, p. 208; File No. 229N)

1766, Aug. 21. WILLSON, David, Sr., of Roxbury, Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - David Willson, eldest son of said David, of said place. Fellowbondsman - Samuel Day, of Morristown, Morris Co., yeoman. Witness - Joseph Cory.
1766, Aug. 19. Renunciation by Deborah Willson, the widow, in favor of David Willson, the eldest son. Witness - Samuel Parkhurst.
1766, Aug. 22. Inventory, made by Andrew Miller and Samuel Parkhurst. (Lib. H, p. 642)

1768, March 8. WINDS, Ebenezer, of Hanover Twsp., Morris Co. Ward. Son of Isaiah Winds, of said place, deceased, and makes choice of Benjamin Halsey as his Guardian.
1768, March 8. Guardian - Benjamin Hallsey. Fellowbondsman - Samuel Day; both of said Co. (Lib. I, p. 302)

1767, Aug. 23. WIRTZ, Conrad, of Roxbury, Morris Co.; will of.
Mother, Anna Wirtz, £10. Wife, Anna, 1/3 of my personal estate, and rest to my children. Executors - friend, George Woldorf, and brother, John Wirtz. Witnesses - John Woldorf, Peter Wirtz, Maurice Wirtz. Proved Oct. 17, 1767. (Lib. 13, p. 274)

1758, May 15. WOOD, David, of Morristown, Morris Co., farmer; will of.
To Thomas Wood and Bethier Wood, my father and mother, the use of my house and land during their lives, and then to be sold. Brother, Jonathan Wood, £10. Brother, Jeremiah Wood, £8. Sister, Susanna Wood, £15. Sister, Phebe Freeman, £4. Executor - my brother, Jonathan Wood. Witnesses - Reuben Holloway, Stephen Freeman. Proved June 9, 1761.
1761, June 8. Inventory, made by Reuben Halloway and Elijah Pierson. (Lib. H, p. 20)

1768, March 9. WOORTMAN, Benjamin, of Morris Co. Int. Adm'r - Peter Woortman, second brother of said Benjamin. Fellowbondsman - Joseph Montanye; both of said Co. Witness - Joseph Wortman.
1769, July 4. Inventory, £32.3.10, made by Edward Demund and Joseph Montayne. (Money was received from John Workman, the son of Dirick Dirick, on the account of Benjamin Workman deceased at Peter Workman's, laying sick 6 weeks and 5 days). (Lib. I, p. 301)

1763, Nov. 8. WRIGHT, William, of Roxbury, Morris Co., yeoman. Int. Adm'r - Robert Wright, of said Co., yeoman. Fellowbondsman - Robert Braden, of Hardwick, Sussex Co., yeoman. Witness - John Todd.
1763, Oct. 29. Inventory, £45.15.0, made by John Todd and Robert Breden.
1766, July 29. Account by Adm'r. (Lib. 11, p. 538)

1769, Feb. 18. YOUNG, Thomas, of Pequannack, Morris Co., yeoman; will of.
Wife, Thankfull, a bed. Rest of personal estate to be sold. Son, Arthor, 30 acres off the upper end of my home lot. Wife, Thankfull, to have the home lot, in order to bring up my children. After decease of wife, land to be sold, and money to be given to sons, Thomas, Morgain, Daniel and David. To daughters, Margaret, Elizabeth, Phebe, Thankfull, Mary and Hannah, the money from sale of personal estate. Executors - my friends, James Brotherton and Thomas Carrel. Witnesses - Daniel Carol, Morgin Young, Nathan Simcock. Proved March 6, 1769. (Lib. K, p. 157)


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