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HISTORICAL ^■'''" 

. AND 

GENEALOGICAL MISCELLANY 



'Data %elating to the Settlement and Settlers of 
NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY 



JOHN K STILLWELL, M. D. 



VOL. L 



NEW YORK 
1903 



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DEDICATION 



TO THE MEMORY OF 

DR. JOHN E. STILLWELL AND HIS WIFE ELIZABETH GILLIES, 

MY DEVOTED PARENTS, THE RECOLLECTION OF WHOSE 
LIVES OF PATIENCE, INDUSTRY AND THOUGHTFULNESS 
HAS GIVEN THE ENCOURAGEMENT TO PRODUCE 
THESE VOLUMES. 



PREFACE 



These records were brought together from time to time during Summer vacations and 
represent both drudgery and pleasure. Originally the plan was to write a history of the 
Stillwells, but before long it was realized, that, if it were to be complete, it must include their 
intermarriages. The broadening of the scope of the book necessitated such oft-recurring 
references to old records that it became more expedient to copy them verbatim than to consult 
them at a distance. 

Further it was impossible to resist the mute, but urgent, appeal of these old papers to 
save them from complete extinction through time and vandalism. Thus it was the records 
accumulated. Then it was decided to print, that the material might not be lost and that it 
might be accessible to others. Five volumes will be produced ; a second volume being now 
well under way. 

The work is essentially a reference one and appeals alike to the sociologist, genealogist 
and historian. It tells of the great simplicity of early life, the necessary frugality of the people 
and the hardships of the early settlers compared with the splendor, prodigality and ease of 
the present day. 

The labor has been great, and, alone, in the midst of a busy professional life, it would 
have been difficult to complete had it not been for the assistance of my friend Harrison 
A. McNear. 

JOHN E. STILLWELL. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



Administrator, Administration, adm. 
Affirmation, affirm. 
Appraiser, appv. 
Assessor, assr. 
Attorney, att'y. 

Baptized, bp. 
Born, b. 
Brother, bro. 
Buried, bur. 

Census, cen. 
Child, ch. 
Clerl{, clic. 
Collector, col. 
Commissioner, comr. 
Complaint, comp't. 
Constable, cons. 
Creditor, cred. 

Daughter, dau. 
Deceased, dec'd. 
Defendant, tleft. 
Died, d. 



Epitaph, ep. 
Estate, est. 
Execution, ex. 
Executor, exr. 

Father, fa. 

Gentleman, gent. 
Godfather, godfa. 
Godmother, godmo. 

Husband, husb. 

Inventory, inv. 

Jury, Juror, jur. 
Juryman, jurym. 
Justice, just. 

Married, md. 

Master, mast. 

Member by request, mem. by req. 

Mentioned, nient. 



Merchant, mer. 
Mistress, mist. 
Mother, mo. 

Petition, Petitioner, pet. 
Plaintiff, pltf. 

Receiver, rec. 
Reference, ref. 
Residence, res. 

Sister, sis. 
Son, s. 

Supervisor, superv. 
Surveyor, surv. 

Testator, Testimony, test. 

Vestryman, vestrym. 

Widow, wid. 

Wife, w. 

Witness, Witnesses, wit wits. 



CONTENTS 



PAGES 



Liber A., Richmond Co. (N. Y.) Records, j_r5 

Dutch Church Record, Staten Island, N. Y., 57-148 

Census of Staten Island, N. Y., 1706, 149-156 

Parish Register of Christ Church, Shrewsbury, N. J., ...... 157-208 

Epitaphs from Christ Church (Episcopal), Shrewsbury, N. J., 208-210 

A Discourse by Way of Dialogue, etc., 220-222 

Log of a Journey from Red Bank, N. J., to New York City, 222-224 

Records of the Court of Sessions of the West Riding of Yorkshire, . 224-230 

The Friends' Records, of Shrewsbury, N. J., 240-274 

Marriages 240-264 

Births and Deaths, 264-274 

Second Volume of Friends' Records, of Shrewsbury, N. J., 275-''74 

Marriages, 275-242 

Births and Deaths, t42--572 

^'^^^'^^' 373-374 

Inscriptions from Friends' Meeting House Yard, Shrewsbury, N. J., . . . . 375-377 

Records of Cape May Co., N. J., Lider A., 378-407 



LIBER A. RICHMOND CO. (N. Y.) RECORDS. 



At A Court lield on staton Island By the Constabll and ouersears of the seam on this presont 

Munday of Being the 4 day of October 1680 

Peter John[son] Peter Jonson Plf in A Action of the Cass 
John Kingdom Deft to the ualeu of 4"' 19^ 6'^ 

The Cass depending Betixt the Plf and deft haueing Bin heard and examened By the Court the 
Court finding the seam to be ABoiie thear Cogn[izance] doe order that the said Deft shall giue in 
sufficient soecurity to meak his parsnabll Apearonce att the next Court of A sessions held At Graue- 
send then and ther to Anseer the Complaint of the Plf and thett the Plf Giue in soffisiont securety to 
produce the seam and that the Mear in despeut be emediotly put in to the hand of the Constabll and he 
to Se as hear foorth 
Coming on demand the Action Answered By Agrement the deft paing Cost 

staton Island 

Peter Johnson Plf 
John Kingdom Deft 

The Plf declareth Against the Deft in A Action of the Cas for [worn] said John Kingdom doth de- 
tain and Ceep from Plf A sarten Blak Mear which said Mear hath Bin ofton demanded of the Deft By 

the said Plft but the seam to de he hath denied and still doth deni is [?] the plf dameg fu"r pound 

ninten shillings & six pen — whar for the said Plf Cranes Jugment for the seam with Cost of seut 

f Jone B 

[signature obliterated and missing] 

At A Court held on staton Island on this presont Munday being the 3 day of oxtober 1680 By the 
Constabll and ouersears of the seam 
Thomas walton Plf in A Action of dameg 
William Briten Deft to the lialeu of 4'" ic/ 6'^ 

whar as the Cas depending betwixt the Plf and deft hath bin hard the Court findet the Deft fence 
unsofition ther for the Court Aloweth noe dameg and [ye] Plf to pai the Cost of seut 

Thomas walton Plf 
William Briten Deft 

The Plft declareth Against the deft in A Action of dameg to the Plf Most humbly declareth 

that the deft hath A parsll of unRuly horses which ofton times haiie Brooken my fence to m[y] greet 
dameg and likewis haiie neglected maintianing his fence A Cording to Agrement whar by onRuIy 
horses and on soefishion fenc I hau[e] Lost my whole Crop of Indgon Corn and part of my pees to 
greet dameg to the ualeu of 4*^ 19^ 6'' 

whar foor the plf Craueth Jugment for the seam with Cost of sut oxtober the 3 day 1680 

* A volume amonf; the early records in the county clerk's office, Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y., is marked 
Record 1680 Richmond County. 

Its sheepskin covers are loose, its pages quite worn, and its destruction well advanced. It represents what I 
am disposed to think is Liber A. of the county records, though it is not so marked. If this book be not it. then that 
volume is mi.ssing. It is a matter of tradition in this office that the first volume of records was taken to Albany very 
many years ago, to be used in a law suit; that failing to be returned it was sought for and the county officers were 
informed that it had long previously been forwarded. It was then thought that it might have been left at New 
York, but here it also was unsuccessfully souglit. Since then many efforts have been put forth to find it and all 
probable places searched without avail. It is possible that there is another volume, but I am half-persuaded that 
the one here reproduced is the so-called missing Liber A. The contents at once suggested it as a town book for the 
whole Island, as also a county book. It contains the records of the town court, early road surveys, cattle marks, and 
miscellaneous matter, all of considerable interest and importance. J. E. S. 



2 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

At A Court held on Staton Island by the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this present 
Alunday being the 5 day of September 1680 
peater Balew Plf in A Action of the Cass 
Thomas walton Def. to the ualcu of 4"* 19' 6"' 

the Cas depending betwixt the plf and Deft the Court findeth the CaseABoue thar Caggnizons and 
noe detclartion being giuen in the Court ordreth thear Cas to be Brought befoor the next Court of A 
sesstions held at grauesend then and thar to Ancer the seam the plf paing the Cost of this seut 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl And ouer sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the 7 day of febrrery 1680 
Marten hardn Plf In A Action of debt 
Qas Smith Deft to the iialeu of s"' 6' 

whar as the Case depending Betwixt the plf and Deft hath Bin heard and ther proiies to be dew upon 
A Count the sum of 15 shiling 3 pen — whear upon the Court ordreth that the deft shall pay the debt 
with Cost of sewt with In A Months tim from the deat hear of 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the 7"" day of febrery 1680 
Joseph Boules Plf In A Action of A 

William Benrs [Bewrs?] Def. Salt and Batrey to the uleu of 4"" 19' 6'^ 

the Plf costs Court Charges for non Apearonce 

obadiah Hulmes was boni [without date and in margin] 

At A court held on staton Island By the constabl and ouer sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the 7 day of febrerery 1680 
Andres Canon Plf in A Action of debt to the 

Marten hardvvin deft iialeu of 30 gilders 

wharas the Cas depending Betwxt the plf and deft hath Bin heard the Court ordreth that the deft 
shall pay fiften gilders to the plf chargs for Being supenid to the Court of A sessions held in graue send 
with Cost of sewt 

A Court order [in margin] 

Robart writt plf in A Action of debt 

fTrances uslton Deft the iialeu of 13' 10'' 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being 7 day of March 1680 

the Deft Craueth A demor the Court granteth Liberty un till the next Court then and ther to Ancor 
the seam the Caus depending Betwixt the plf and Deft hath Bin heard the Court findeth upon Balanc 
of ther A Counts dew to the plf the sum of 8 shiling and 4 penc whear upon the Court ordreth the deft 
to pay with Cost of seut 

John pew [in margin] 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this present 
Mnday Being the 7 day of March 1680 
fi'rances Uslton Plf in A Action of debt 
John Pew Deft to the ualeu of i"' o' 

whar as the Cas depending Betwixt the plf and Deft hath Bin heard and ther A Counts Being 
Balonced wharis found dew to the Plf the sum of sixten gilders wharupon the Court ordreth the deft 
to pay with Cost of seut 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 3 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oucr sears of the [same] on this present 
Munday Being the 7 day of febrery 1678 

Jacob Jeyoung Plf in A Action of Caues 

Isack See Deft 

wharas the Caues depending Be 

[This is all that appears of this item. It is evidently a mistake as it appears further on in its 
entirety.] 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam of this presont 
Mnday Being the 4 day of Aprell 1681 
flfrances usiton plf in A Action of debt 
Robart writ Deft to the ijaleu of i"" 4' 

By Bargen [in margin] 

wharas the Cause depending Betwixt the plf and deft hath Bin heard the Court findeth dew to tlic 
plf upon Balons of A Count the som of 18^ and 6'' which the Court ordreth to be paid further we find 
dew to the deft By Bargen three piggs whar for is ALoued the sum of 18 shillings and the Charges to 
be equilli deuided Betwixt the plf and deft 

Jacob Jeyoung Plf 
Isack See Def. 

to the Most worshep full Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears the plf 
Most humbly detclareth that the deft hath not parformed his Contract in seuerall Respect to my greet 
dameg as the Court shall Juge as furst the hous and fenc is on soefitiont and not fitt to be hired 

2ly is dew 70 giklr for detaining A Cart and steed 

3ly he hath destroyed 30 or 40 pech trees 

4ly for half the lucres of the Cattll that went A upon the farm Contrari to Contrct the farm 
being ouer stokt whar by I Lost greett part of my lucres 

5ly for spoyling of the medo in puting horses and other Cat. 

61y for hir of the hous and Barn senc the furst of noiiember Last the Plf ]Most humly desiareth 
the Court to order the deft to spedely Repairation and paiments with such damegs as may be though 
fitt with Cost of sent 

At A Court held on staton Island by the Constabl and ouersears of the seam on this presont 
Munday being the 31 [?] day of Jeneuery 1680 
Thomas wandall plf in A Action of the Caus 
John Teneson deft 

the plf Craueeth Librti to defer the Caus untill the next Court untill furder prf is prodused the 
Cort granteh Librt the plf paing Cost of sewt The plf Agreeth and withdraeh his Action. 

Jacob Jeyoung Plf in A Action of the Caus 
Isack See Deft 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 7 day of febrery 1680 

wharas the Caus depending IBetwixt the Plf and deft hath Bin heard the Court ordreth deft to 
Cleer his flat forth with and his Corn out of the Barn within ten days from the deat hearof and to Clear 
up his other A Counts at the next Court 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears on this presont Alunday Be- 
ing the the 7 day of March 1680 
Jacob Jeyoung Plf 
Isack See deft 

wharas the Caues depending Betwixt the plf and deft hath Bin heard and the Court ALoueth A 
Cording to the proaf of the dettclaration 



4 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

furst ALoued to the plf for A Cart and Steed the sum of 7°^ o' 

2ly for the peech trees is ALoued the sum of r - i t .• a t ^„»,i -h n 

3ly for the yous of the Barn and hous sence the furst of nouember Last is ALo ed J2 o 

4ly Aloued to the plf for taking of Cattell Contraire to Contract of all such Catll the Court A 
lowe half thear in Crees with 12 pound of Buter for euery Cow yearly for the Tun o* 3 years 

dy It Is ordred that the deft shall meak and Repeair the housu.g and fencnig 1 enantabl A Cord- 
ing to the Jugment of two m" the deft making Choys of Richard Micke & plf meakmg Choys of gorg 
Cfmans the plf paing to the deft for the straw A galan of Rom all to be parformed withm A Mo h 
from the deat hearof The deft paing Cost of sewt and in Cea the tw men doe not Agree thay Ar to Chouse 
[Page much worn and missing] 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the 5 day of September 1680 
Sarah whittman Plf in A Action of the Case 

William Britten Deft to the valeu of 4"" 10" 6"^ . , , . .u 

The Caus depending Betwxt the Plf and Deft hath Bin heard and for want of further proof the 
Cans is Refered till the next Court 

Sarah whittman Plf 
william Briten Deft 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this present 

"""tYcot^^di-e'tlftLf tree" ShaS seat up and geett forty panell of soef^tiont fenc for the yous of 
Sarah whitman at or Be foor the furst of noiiember next in sewing with Cost ot sewt 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the seam being the 6 day 
of Tun 1 68 1 

Thomas walton Plf? in A Action 
Joseph Boules Deft of debt 

the plf and Deft Agreeth the the deft paing Cost of sewt 

At A Court held At Staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 6 day of July 1681 
Nathanell Britten Plf in A Action of 
Lewes Lakeman Deft the Caus 

the Caues Refered till the next Court and then the deft to Bring the Coult now in difrence the Flf 
and deft By Arbetration Agreed yc deft to pay Cost of sent and the Plf to Cep the Coult now in 
difronce 

Nathanell Britten Plf in A Actio of trespas 
Aran John Sonn Deft to the iialleu of 4"* 10' 

At A Court held on staton Island Bv the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on thes presont 

''"ton^.Sj^of°di aw2\hc Court ordeth the deft shall Kill his dogs or pay for the swine 

'''*\he°tes?e.uonv of John Tingell Aged 42 vcars or thear ABoutes testefieth that he heard Aran Jonson 
say that hfdid not seit his do^es upon the hogges But his wif toke them of the hoges and furder sa.eth 

"°' the testemonv of hance Christephers Agegd 33 years or ther A Boutes testefieth that he Ijeard Aran 
Jonsons wif say that she toke the doges of the hoges and furder saith not examoned and sworn Befoor 
the Court 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on the 2 Augst 
1682 

peter Coxshon plf 
frances Buselell [ ?] deft 

the Compaint being heard from Both partes the Cort ordreth that the def. shall hand the hay now in 
defronce and the deft paing for the Leabor theron Bestoed with Cost of seut 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 5 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 8 day of Augst 1681 
Joseph Boules Plf in A Action of 
John Briges deft debt to ualeu of 3"" i [7 over 8]'* 

the Caus depending Betwixt the Plf and Deft is left to the determenation of two Men the deft to 
pay Cost of sewt 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday being the 5 day of September 1681 
Capt. Thomas Young Plf in A Action of debt 
Edward Arysmith deft to the liale of 

the Caus Refered till the next Court till furder prof 

At A Court held By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this presont Munday being the 3 
day of October 1681 

the Caues Refered untill the next Court 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of desember 1681 
Capt Thomas Young Plf 
Edmunday Aroesmith deft 
In A Action of debt 

whar As the Caus depending Betwixt the Plf and deft hath Bin hard the Plf proues his debt the 
ualeu of fiften shilings and nin penc The Court ordereth the deft to pay the debt with Cost of sent the 
plaf is alsoe to deleuer the four peses of Linen ACording to promes to the Deft 

Cap' Thomas young Plf 
Edmund Arowsmith Deft 

The deft Most humly declareth whar as the Plf hath detained four small peeses of fine hed Bands 
on small waskott on dubll Bigen for wich I paid in Ingon Corn moer [in oer?] half A Scepll of pees 
Gods [ ?] not paid for and wheras he hath Charged me debter for six and twenty pounds of Buter 
ther was noe moer then 26 p pott and all the waight of the pott was 8 pounds By thes and other 
Considration doth Caus me to detain the debt 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 8 day of Augst 1682 
Woulford Jons plf in A Action of 

John Kingdom deft debtt the iialeu i"* 10' 

the Court hauing heard the Caus depending betwixt the plf and deft the Court iindeth dew upon 
A Count to the Plf the sum of forty Aight gilders wharupon paiment is to Be mead with 3 months from 
the dealt hear of the Def paing Cost of sent 

New Jarse feberere the 15 day 1680 

M'' Arou smith is in debted to me to A parsell of Child Bed linen sould you 

for four Bushels of winter whett 

to A poot of Buter quantety of 26 pound and a half at 6 pence p pound Just 
for the pot •■•......... 

for my tim with two men and my Boott to Com thre tims to your hous 
to demand my Just writt . . . . . . ' . 

Erors Exepted Thomas young 

M'' Thomas young Apeared Befoor me and hath sworn to this ACount October the furst day 
1681 

Thomas Lewes 
Aldr [ ?] 



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6 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer scars of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of septembr 1681 
Ananias Turner Pll in A Action of debt 
Garat Manart deft 

wharas the Caus depending Betwixt the plf and deft hath Bin hard the Cort ordreth that the deft 
shall pay the sum of i"" 1" 6'' dew to the plf upon A Count of Room spent in his hous the deft paing 
the Cost of sout 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday being the 5 day of September 1681 
Peter Baku Plf 
Ananias Turner deft 

the Caus depending Betwixt the Plf and Deft bath Bin heard the deft ALoued to testefi to the 
Caus her depending the Court ordreth that ye plf shall Keep the Cow now in diferenc A Cording to 
A grement and the plf to pay the Cost of sout 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
[Monday] Being the 3 day of October 1681 
nathaniall Briton plf in A Action of debt 

Cristopher Jacob Jacob deft the uaule of i*" 15^ 

wharas the Caus depend Betwixt the Plaf and def the deft exknoulegeth the debt the Court or- 
dereth the deft to pay the debt to [be paid crossed out] with Cost of sewt within 14 deays from the deat 
hear of to Be paid in wheett A Cord to promes and the Cow now under ARest shall stand under A Rest 
untill the experation of tim is expired and then If not paid the Cow to Be sould to pay Both debt and 
Charges 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll an[d] oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 3 day of October 1681 
otto Louronson plf in A Action of debt 

Edward Marshell Juner deft to the ualeu of 4'* 3^ 4* 

the Court ordreth upon Balonce of A Count the deft pay to the plf the sum of 3"* 2^ 4'' in such 
pay as thay shall Agre upon within A A Munths tim from the deat hearof or other wis to Be payd in 
3 months tim in Corn at pris Coront to be paid or deleuered at Tis Barnson the def to pay the Cost of 
seut 

Jacob Corbett and Edward Clarke Chousen to uew the fence of Ananias Turner goot By Garat 
Manart Bringeth in this 2 Report of seiien hundred and seunty Rayles and on[c] hundred and twente 
seuen post 

Garat Manart sheweth that he gott for AnaniasTurner Aleiien hundred and od of Rayles and 
on[e] hundred [and] sxte three post 

The Constabl with the Aboue said uiewrs haue teaken Another ACount of the ABoue Men- 
tioned fence Bringeth in ACount of on[e] hundred and sixte ode panell of fencee seat up newly upon 
Ananias Turners Ground 

At A Court held on Stat [en] Island By the Constabl and ouersears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of nouember 1681 
Peter Balew Plf in A Action of 

Capt Christopher Eilop Deft the Caues 

whar As the Caues depending Betwixt the P and Deft hath Bin heard the Plf proueth his det- 
learation to the ualeu of 2 pound the Courte ordreth the deft to pay the debt with Cost of sewt 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 7 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouersears of the seam on present 
Monday Being the 5 day of desember 1681 
Peter Balew Plf in A Action of the Caues 
James Pitne Deft to the ualeii of sixte gilders 

whar as the Caues depending Bwixt the plf and def hath Bin heard the PIft declareth that the deft 
tooke Away A parsell of goods which was A Rested By the plf when he was Seut the Law foorseth 
him to pay the debt the Plf now haueing ATeached Corn of the deft the Court ordreth the Corn to 
Be A Prised to pay the debt with Cost of sewt what is moer is to Be Returned to the deft After all nes- 
esrii Charges paid 

At A Cort held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouersears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the 5 day of desembr 1681 
Capt Cornells Corson Plf In A Action of 
Ananias Turner Def. debt 

A non seut granted By the Request of the Deft untill the next Court then to Ancer the seam 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the seam on the seam on this 
present Alunday Bemg the 5 day of desember 1681 
Peter Nowe Plf In A Action ef debt 

Gidien Marlett Deft 

whar as the Caues depending Betwixt the Plf and deft hath Bin heard the plf proveth his debt 
the ualeu of on hundred and fifty gilders the Court ordereth the deft to pay the debt with Cost of sewt 
If the swin be not Marchant Able But If Aproued of then to be A Prized By two men and the Charges 
to be deuided 

desembr the 5 — 1681 [in margin] 

John Fingle [Tingle?] Plf in A Action of 

ould Strang\veg deft the Caues to 

the Caues depending Betwixt the plf and deft hath Bin heard the plf declareth that the deft was 
In debt to him the sum of 30 gilders and lo days worke the plf haueing Ateacht the tooles of the def in 
the hand ef Gorge Comons the Court ordreth that the teles shall Be A prised to pay the debt with Cost 
ef sewt the Remainder to Be Returned to the def and A Return of the Aprisment to Be entred in 
the Record 

Markey Desway examined Be foor the Court upon A Complant of Christepher Bilups Cenfeseth 
that he Marked fouer small piges ef A Strang sew two for him self and two for the Deike [Duke?] 
examened on the 3 day of October 1681 

The examination of witneses upon A Complaint ef Capt Christepher Bilop The Testemony of 
Briont Bukoth Aged 36 years or ther A Bouts testefieth that in the year 1680 he saw A sow of Cap* 
Bilups Mark with 4 feuer small piges fnrder this deponent saieth that In the fall insewing he saw 
Markos Desway Mark two shoots on for him self and two for the Duke of the seam Celer ef the mef 
Capt Bilops and to the Best ef my knowleg By neaterll Markes the Must Be of the seam Sew And 
furder saieth net. 

The Testem of Richard James Aged 22 years or ther A Routes testefieth that in the year 1681 he 
saw A sanded sow with Blak and whit spetes with four small piges en sande on whit on Blew on Blake 
and this deponient saw thes swin in Compeny withe the swin of Markes deswai and often A Bout his 
hous and furder saith that he herd the soon of frances Barber say that they war Capten Bilups he saith 
he Asked the sone ef Markes wt*" he Markd Capten Bilups hoges he Ansered what will you Meake A 
theef of my father further saieh not 

The testemony ef Antone feunten Aged 30 years or ther A Bouts Testefieth that in the year 1680 
h? saw A Blak spoted sew with fuor small piges 3 Blakesh sanded and on whit furder saieth net this 
deponient that Briont Bukweth and Christeper jacobes sayd thay war Capten Bilepes hoges the sow 
Beins: Marked with A Crop en the lef ear and A hapeney two of the piges Marked of Markes desway 
Marke and the other two Cropt and furder saieth not 



8 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

depending Betwixt C Bilups and seiten Jenoue [in margin] 
The Testemony of Antony founten Aged 35 year or ther A Bouts Testefieth that he saw steiien 
JenanaOe kill A Boor in the year 1680 like that which Christepher Jacobe and Briont Bukworth said was 
Capt Billup and furder saith not 

This Testemony sworne Befoor Justes Stillwell on the 3 day of October 1681 

obadiah Hulmes 

Peter Balew Plf 

Christepher Billup Deft 

To the worshepfull Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouerscars of the seam The 

Plf Most humbly sh eth [blotted out] that the deft Boroed A nett of Me ABouts thre years past 

Pretending greet want for A presont soeply for his famely But the deft neuer Returned the nett untill 
It was soe damnefied that was not for sarCies whar upon I Returned such Anser that I would Reseiie It 
in such A Condition Being still detained to my greett dameg wich Causeth Me to Bring my seut to this 
Court Craiieing Jugment Against the deft with Cost of sewt and such dameges as you shall think Re- 
sonabll 

desember the obadiah Hulmes 

4 day 1681 Clake 

witneses sworn in the Cans depending [between] Peter Balew and Christopher Bilup 

John Briges Aged 30 years or thear A Boutes testefieth that he Brought the nett to Peter Balews 

But he would not Rescue it in that Condition I was fain to Telle him I would Call for it as I Cam Bake 

But I did not Intend It furder saith not 

The Testemony of Briont Bukworth Aged 30 years or ther A Bouts Testefieth that neett Boroed 
of Peter Balew But A small Mater did mend it soe that we Cecht fich Anough for our oune yous But 
After when It was Returned the Roopes was Lost and the neett torn furder saith not. 

The Testemony of Tis Barns Aged 60 years or ther ABouts Testefieth that Balew hired him to 
mend his net and stopt sum holes and put in A new Cod and thear was soe Much Bauken Roop as A 
Man Could Care furder saieth not 

The Testemony of John Corbett Aged 27 years or ther ABouts saieth that thay fisht wit the net of 
Balews and Maintained the wole famely untill it was torn that we Could fish noe Longer the neet was at 
the Plantation A Bouts two years furder saieth not 

The Testemony of Christepher Jacobs Aged 35 years or A Bouts testefieth that when we fisht with 
the neet of Balew we mended soom holes But After we Cecht fish for the famely But we war fain to 
mend It often the Roopes war small I Jug thay war nott worth ABoue 10 siiileeg furder saith not 

sworn Befoor me Richard Stillwell Justes 

By order of the Court 

obadiah Hulmes 

Clarke 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of September 1681 
Garat Manart Plf in A Action 

Ananias Turner Deft of debt 

the Plf Complaineth that 

that the deft denieth to pay for fence Aleiien [" hundred Railes "] which he mead for him the 
Court hauing heard the Caues Betwixt the Plf and deft the Court ordereth that two men should Count 
the fenc and A Cording to ther Report the def to pay 3 shilings A hundred for Rales and 12 for posts 
and his diat in to the Bargen the deft paing the Cost of sewt 



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At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouersears of the seam on this present 
Munday being the 2 day of Jeneuery 1681 
John Maklek [Marler?] Plf in A Action 
John Briges Def of debt 

thi Caues is Refered to the next Court the Deft Ingageth the debt to be paid By Cap* Palmer 
otherwis Jugment to prosed 

John Hares Aged 30 years or ther ABoutes testefieth and saieth that hee heard John Briges say for 
the Chiles diat he did not ualeu further saieth the Mother of the Child was A Bout four or fiue months 
in the hous and I heard John Brges profer fiue pound A year further saith not 

Sworn Befoor the Justes Richard Still 

on this 5 day of desember 1681 

Thes Ar to giiie nootes to whome It may Cancarn that Richard Tattrfall and Elisebeth Larans 
hath Bin Publeshed A Cording to Law 

on this 25 day of Jenewery i68i''' By Danill Stillwell 

ouer sear 

Thes ABoue Mentioned Parsons Ar Mared By Me on the 25 day of Jenewery 1681^ 

Richard Stillwell 

Justes 
By order obadiah Hulmes 

Clae 

Garat Manart Plf 
Ananias Turner def 

The Plf Most humbly sheweth that he goot for the deft the quantety of Aleuen hundred Rai!es and 
on[e] hundred and sixty and two post which the deft Refeueseth to pay Causeth Me to bring my sewt 
to this worshepll Court Craueing Jugment Against the deft with Cost of sewt 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiiersears of the sam on this present 
Munday Being 5 day of desember 1681 
Mary See Plf in A Action of debt 

John depre deft to the ualeu of 

The Caus depending Betwixt the Plf and deft hath Bin heard the deft eckowlegeth the debt the 
sum of 2 pound i shiling and six pence to Be paid in wheet The Court ordereth the deft to giue in good 
securety to pay the debt At or Befoor the 10 of Jenewery in sewing with Cost of sent 

Peter Balew Ingageth of the deft 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouersears of the seam on this presont 
Munday of Being the 2 day Jeenery 1681 
John Chattwell Plf in a action of 
Joseph Boules deft debt 

The Plf Most humbly sheweth that the deft Boroed the sum of sixten shilings and and nin pence in 
Mune and it hath Bin often demanded But the deft Refeus to pay the seam wich Cauese;h me to Bring 
my sewt to this Court Craueing Jugment Against the deft with Cost of sent 

wharas the Caues depending twixt the Plf and deft hath Bin heard the deft not Apearing the 
Court ordereth the deft to pay the debt with Cost of sent 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 2 day of Jenewery 1681 
Hriont Bukworth Plf in A Actin of the Caus 
John Briges deft 

The Plf Most humly sheweth that the deft Bargened with Elisebth horste for A year in Con- 
sideration ther of he was to pay fiue pound whar upon the said Elisabeth was with the saidjohon Briges 
A Bout six Monthes But the deft Refeuseth to giue Anv satesfaction for the time wich Caueseth me to 



ta HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Bring my sent to this Court Craueing Jugment Against the deft lor the sum of 2'^ 10' with Cost oi 
sent and such damages as May Be thought Resonable 

the Dft not Apcaring to Ancer the Ph' poiie" The debt The Court ordreth the deft to pay the debt 
to the sum of two pound ten shiling and Aight shiHngs for going to grauesed upon the A Count 
of the deft and to pay the Cost of sewt 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouersears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 2 day of Jenewery 1681 
Jacobe Jeyoung Plf 
william Johnson deft 

The Plf Most humbly sheweth that the deft is indebted to me the full and Just sum of on[e] hun- 
dred on[e] gilder and Refeueseth to pay the seam which Caueseth me to Bring my sut to this Court 
Craueing Jugment Against the deft for the debt with Cost of sent 

wharas'the Caues depending Betwixt the Plf and deft hath Bin heard the deft not Apearing the 
Court ordreth the deft to pay the debt the sum of on hundred and on gilder with Cost of sewt. 

Abram Marlet Aged 29 years or ther A Bouts testefeth that John pudin and his Meat Came to 
my wif and said thear is Mear shoott with Buletts and shoott and when I heard It I went to Inquiar of 
John pudin I Asked him whear the shot and Bulets w-ar he said he would desiar me to helpe to draw 
hear from the fence for els we mit Be sospected furder saith that A day or two Befoor Edward Mar- 
shall Cam from nausinke the Mear was shot furder saith not 

Corte'.i Marlet Aged 26 or ther A Bouts saieth that John pudin Came to me and asked for my 
husbon for ther was A Maer shot with shot and Buletts near my fence and he would haue me help thar 
Away from the fence for the peepll mite say we haue Kiled hear 

John Marshall Refcuseth to teak his othe to Clear himself consarning A Mear shot of nathanl 
Brittens danell stillwell is his socurety untill the next Court then to Ancer the seam 

At A Court hed on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being 2 day of Jenewery 1681 
Nathanll Britten Plf in A Action of 

Edward Marshall deft of the Caues 

The Plf Most humbly detlareth the wrshepfull Court that I had a Mear went at the Plantation 
of the deft and the def Cam to me and Complained that the my Mear troubled his foels when I heard 
thearof I sent A halter and profcrd pay to Bring hear up But the next neus I heard she was shoot 
which Caueseth me to suspect the deft which Caueseth me to Bring my sewt to this Court Craiieing Jug- 
ment Aganst the def for the sum of four pounds ten shilings with Cost of sent the Caues Refered till 
next Court 

Edward Marshall Aged 22 years or ther A Bouts saith he Cam to Nathanill Britten that he should 
teak A Cours with his Mear and he said he Could not now Be Cans he was Bese then After I Came 
whom I said to Abram tht If he will not teak A Cours with hear I would shott hear Abram said Id" 
not doe It fifor she is deed all Reede furder saith that Peter mone said his doge was shot and he that 
shot him shott the mar But he would not Tell whoe It was 

John Marshall saith that he speak to nathanll Britten to teakc up his Mear for she did us greet 
dameg If you will not Teak sum Cours I will. 

Cornelios Corson Plf in A Action 
Ananias Turner deft of the Caues 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constalil and oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
1681 Munday Being the 2 dav of Jenewery the Caues Refered to Thomas stillwel and Edward Clark 
to meak A finall end Agreeth that the deft shall giue to the plf sixten hundred stikes of good Marchant- 
abl wood to Be deliuerd At the watrsid next Conueint with Cost of sent 



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the testemony of Richard taterfall saietli that A Bout two or thre days After Chrismos last as thay 
war A descoursing A Bout Meary uslton she Being at nausink said Alary pering that Alary uslton is 
Brought in Beed and hath A Child I said I did not Beleiie it Mary pareng said it is trew for Fetter 
Buklejou told me soe and the Midvvif Asked Mary uslton [who] was the father of it and she said I 
doe not know for mor then twenty Men hath Laid with me hold your tonge and sai noe more thes ar 
the words that Mary paring Tould me furder This deponent saith not 

Examined Befoor me Richard Stillwell 

on the 15 day of Jenewery 1681^ Justes 



By order 



obadiah Hulmes 

Clake 



Elisebeth Lawrance saith that she heard Mary Pering sai as thay war A descorcing A Bout Mary 
uslton she Being at neusink Mary said Mary uston was with Child I said I did not Beleu it Mary Par- 
ing sait it was trew for Peter Bukliou told me soe that she was Brought in Beed and had A child and 
the Midwif Asked hear whoe was the father she said she Could not tell for Moer then twenty Men 
hath Laid with me hold your Tonge and sai noe more thes ar the words Maxy Pareng tould to me this 
deponant saieth not 

Examined Be foor me 

Richard Stillwell 
on the 16 day Justes 

of Jenewery 
1681= 

By order obadiah Hulmes 

Clke 



The Iniientory of the Estate of Philup Bendall Leatly desesed 

Imps 

on Cow and A Calf lialued at . . . .... 

twenty shootes lialed At ........ 

on[e] loyrn pott on[e] sped two Axes at . .... 

two hoes on Beettell thre weges ... .... 

twellue Bushells of sumer wheett and ten Bushels of Ingen Cora ualed 
to housall stuf Beloning to the hous . . .... 

to A Chain and lyrns for A plow ... .... 

for the land Buldinges therupon ... .... 

to A ould Musket at 



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Jenewery the 2 — 1681 [in margin] 
Nathanll Britten Plf 

John Marshall Deft 

wharas the Caucs depending Betwixt the Plf and deft the deft ecknowlegeth him self giltey the 
Court Apwinteth ol^adiah Hulmes and Daniall Stillwell to determen the Caues the Court ALoweth of 
ther Agreement and determenation as foleth that the deft shall pay to the Plf the sum of 3 pounds in 
Coront pay or Another Mear as good as may Be AJuged Betwi.xt two Indefront Men with Cost of 
sute 

Danell Stillwell stands Bound for the Deft for debt and Cost 

on the 5 day of febrery 1681 

Bv order obadiah Hulmes 



At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 3 day of Aprell 1682 
Nathanll Briten Plf in A Action 
obadiah Hulmes Deft of the Caues 



12 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the furst day of May 1682 
Peter Balew PIf in A Action of debt 
ffranses uslton Deft 

the plf detlareth that the Deft is Indebted to him Upon A Counts of seuerall partickelrs Rescued 
of him the sum of on hundred ninty and on Gilder the Court haiiing herd the Caues the Plf hauing 
sworn to his ACounpt the Court ordreth the Deft to pay the deft the full sum of on hundred ninty and 
on Gilder with Cost of sewt 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this pres- 
ent Munday Being the furst day of ;\lay 1682 
Jaqus Geyon Plf in A Action of debt 
ffrances Uslton Deft 

the plf and Deft Agreeth the the plf paing Cost of sute 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the 12 day of June 1682 
Antony ffountin Plf in A Action of 
Mark Dessway Deft the Cauess 

The Court hauing heard the Caues hear depending doe Apwint and order Danell stillwell Jacob 
Corbett and John Garettsonn to end all difrences Concarng A Counts Betwixt the Plf and deft whoe 
hath Balonsed Both ther ACounpts and find dew to the Plf upon Balonce the Just sum of seuen shilings 
and six pence Ther foor ordreth the deft to pay Cost 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier searss of the same on this present 
Munday Being the 12 day of June 1682 
Mark Dessway Plf in A Action of 
Antony ffounten Deft sland"" 

to the worshepfull Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier seears of the same on this 
present Mundday Being the 12 day of June 1682 sheweth that the Deft hath Rogfuly and slandroly 
Reported and ACuesed Me with stelling of hoges and that I was Recorded in the Town Booke for the 
same I humbly desiar the Court to pas Jugment AGainst the Def A Cording to Law and such dameges 
As May Be thought fitt with Cost of Court 

The Caues hear depending hath Bin heard the Court findeth It A Boue ther Cogisons the Court 
ordreth the Plf to pay the Cost of this Court and hafie Liberty to Apeell to the Court of A seshins 

Franses Uslton Plf in A Action 
Peter Balew Deft of debt 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the sam on this present 
Munday Being the furst day of June 1682 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the same on this present 
Munday Being the furst day of May 1682 

John Kingdom Plf in A Action > 

fifrances walker Def of the Caues 

The Plf Most humbly sheweth that The Deft is indebted to Me the sum of thorten shillings and six 
pence for A yern poot and paill whoe hath Refused to pay the seam to my dameg which Caueseth Me to 
Bring my sute to this worshepfull Court Craiieing Jugment Against the Deft with Cost of sutt 

The Court haiiing hard the Caues depending Betwixt the plf and def hath Bin heard The Deft not 
Apearing The Court ordreth the Deft to pay the debt with Cost of sute Ther Being under ARest 
in the hands of Danell stillwell the quantety of twelue hundred stikes of nuten wed which shall shall 
Be sould to pay Both debt and Chargess of this Action and the Action with Cost of Nicholes Stillwells 
the wod Being left By the said frances walker 



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At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll of and ouer sears of the same on this presont 
Munday Being furst day of May 1682 

Nickholes Stillwell Plf 
flfrances walker Deft 

The Plaf Moste humly sheweth that That the Deft is debted to Me upon of ACounpt for the seall 
of A goon The full sum of fiften shillings which hath Bin often demanded But the deft Refuseth to pay 
which Caueseth j\le to Bring My sute to this worshepfull Court Craueing Jugment Against the deft for 
the debt with Cost of sut 

The Court hauing heard the Caues Depending Betwixt the Plf and Deft The Deft not Apearing 
The Court ordreth the Deft to pay the debt with Cost of sute 

At A Court held on Staton Island By the Constabll and oCier sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 12 day of June 1682 

Upon the Ingagment of Cap' John Palmer for the fidelity of fifrances Williamson to ofishiat the 
ofes of A Clarke for the Court the said Court By Joynt Consent haue Mead Choys of the A foor said 
flfrances willyamson this 12 day of June 1682 

I under writen Poules Marlet out of my free will haue giiien to my Brother Abraham Marlett the 
half of my Lott of Land that I Am to haue out of the paten with my father which I gaue out of my free 
will as A f rend sheep and I Ingeaged to giue A Transport when my Brother Abraham shall Requiar 
it this Asined out of good will 

on staton Island on this 
17"= day of March 1678^ 

as wettnes our hands 

Poules Richards the marke P. M. of Pouls Marlet 

Peter ferete 



This is A Trew Record out of the ORigonell By order on this 9"^ day of Jenevvery 1681 



order of Abraham Marleett 



obadiah Hulmes 

Clk 



To all people to whome these Presents shall Come Know ye that I Obadiah Holmes Esq' of the 
County of Richmond staten Island for diuers good Causes & Considerations me theareonto moiieinge 
& perticulerly for the loue I bear to my well beloued Son Obadiah Holmes Jun'' of the same place haiie 
giiien & granted Aliened Enfeofed & Confirmed & by these presents doe giue grant aliene Enfeose & 
Confirme onto the saide Obadiah Holmes Junior his Heires & Assignes for euer a Ceartaine tract or par- 
cell of Land Containeinge Eighty Akers beinge the one moiety or halfe part of one hundread & sixtv 
akers leyinge & beinge on staten Island Granted to me by Coll Thomas Dungan Late Lent Gouernor & 
Admirail of Neu Yorke the saide Moity or halfe part of the saide one hundread & Sixty Akers Begininge 
at a small Run of water in the Reere of William Johnson at the head of the Creake & runes in breadth 
by another Run of water northerly one hundread & sixteene Rod & is in Length West one hundread 
& ten Rod & one halfe & so to run a line of Equall Devition accordinge to the pattent granted as afore- 
saide togeather with an equall proportion of Meddow To haue & to Hold the saide tract of land as afore- 
saide To the saide Obadiah Plolmes Jun"^ his Heires & Assigne for euer payeinge & Yealdinge theare- 
fore yearely & euery yeare all such sum or sumes Dues or Quit rents that are Legaly due from the saide 
tract of Land Granted as aforesaide In Witness wheareof I the saide Obadiah Holmes Sen' of staton 
Island as Aforesaide haue heareonto set mv hand & afixed my seale this twentieth day of February 
1689 & in the 2'^ yeare of the Raigne of William the 2*' Angle Scot Fran Hele f ? Ireland] Rex. 



Signed sealed & Deluered in the Prence of 
Nathaniell Brittaine 

a marke 
Jeremiah Basse 



Signum Obadiah Holmes 



H HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the 5 day of febrery 1681 
Richard Merell Pif in A Action of the Cans 
Ananias Turner deft 

The Caues Depending Betwixt the Plf and Deft hath Bine heard the Deft eckowlegeth A Bill past 
to the Plf from tnider his hand for the sum of four pouds sxten shilings upon Balanc of A Counts 
wharupon the Court ordreth the Deft to pay the debit A Cording to the Bill with Cost of seute 

the Contentesof the Bill 

Nouember the 3'' 1681 

M"' Ananias Turner pray pay unto Richard Merell the sume of fouer pounds sixten shilings and 
3 penc it Being the Just Balonc of all Countes depending Betwixt you and I to this dav and you will 
oblige your frend Phillip weles 

exepted to pay the 
ABoue Bill as ABoue * * * 
Me this 3 day of Jenewery i68i 
the marke of 
Ananias T Turner 
wittnes K C p the mark of Kasper Cornelios Elias paence 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on This presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of febrery 1681 
Richard Merell Plf in A Action of the 

Lambort thorland deft Caues 

the Caues Refered till the next Court 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 6 day of March 168J 
Richard Merell Plf in A Action of the Caues 

Lambort dorlont Deft 

The Plf not Apearing to Ancer to his Action the Court ordreth that the Plf shall pay the Cost 
of sevvt 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer scars of the same on this Presont 
Munday Being the 6 day of March i68i' 
Jaqus Jeyoung Plf in A Action of debt 

ffrances Martenoe Deft 

wharas the Caues depending Betwixt the Plf and deft hath Bin heard the Deft hailing Tendred pay 
for A sarten j\Iill Bought of the Plf and the Pfif Refusing the same upon pretenc of A Ingagment or 
pronies of other space to the Marchant But the plf not proueing Any such Bargen the Court ordreth the 
Deft to pay the debt the sum of on hundred and fifte gilders in Corant pay for the said ^lill the Plf 
paing Cost of seut 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier seesears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of febrere 1681 
Robart vvritt Plf in A Action of debt 

John Kingdom deft 

the Action with drawn upon Agreement the deft paing Cost of sute 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 6 day of March i58^ 
Jaqus Geyoung Plf in A Action of 

Frances Uslton Deft debt 

the Deft not Apearing the Caues is Refered till the next Court 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 15 

At A Court held on staelon Island By the Constabl and oucr sears of the seam on this present 
Munday Being the 5 day of febere 1681 
Robart writ Plf in A Action of 

Peter Groenfeld deft debt 

the Action with drawn upon Agreement the Charges to B deuided 

At A Court held on ston Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the scam on this presonl 
Munday Being the 6 day of March i68i 
Peter Balew Plf in A Action of debt 

Frances uslton Deft 

the Deft not Apearing the Caues is Refered till the next Court 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seame on this present 
Munday Being the 5 day of febrere 1681- 
John Lee Plf in A action of debt 

william whitt deft 

the Action with drawn the plf paing Cost of — 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the scam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of febrere 1681 
Jacobe Jeyound Plf in A action of debt 
franses uslton deft 

the Plf Most hubly declareth that the deft is indebted to me the sum of four and forte gilder and 
10 stiuer which hath Bin demanded But the deft Refewseth to satesfi the seam which Caueseth me to 
Bring my action to this Court Craning Jugment Against the deft for the debt with Cost of seut the 
Caus Refered till the next Court 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of febrere 1681 
Jacob Jeyoung Plf in A action of debt 

frances Martenoe deft 

To the worshepfull Court the Plf Most humbly detlareth that he Bout A stell Mill for the deft 
which Cost the sum of 150 gilders and 95 gild. I3sti. which he ones me upon ACout But the deft Re- 
feusing to pay wich Caueseth me to Bring my sewt to this Court Craning Jugment Against the deft 
for the debt with Cost of seut 

the Caues Refered till the next Court 

Peter Balew Plf in a action of debt 

Peter King [Ring?] deft 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Mund[ay] Being the 5 day of febrery 1681 

the Action with drawn upon Agreement the Plf paying Cost 

Peter Balew Plf in A action of debt 

frances Buselel deft 

[At] A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and oiier sears of the seam on this presont 
Mimday Being the 5 day of feberery 1681 

the Action with drawen upon Agreement the Plf paying Cost 

Jacob Jeyoung Plf 
Peter Balew deft 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouersers of the seam on this yresont 
Munday Being the 5 day of febrere 1681 

the Plf Most humly declareth that the deft is indebted to me the sum of 31 gilders and 3 stiuers 



i6 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

wich hath Bin demanded But not paid which Caseth me to Bring My Action to this Court Crauing 
Jugment Against tlie defd with Cost of sewt 

The Caues depending Betwixt the Plf and deft hath Bin heard the deft exknowlegeth the debt the 
Court the Court ordreth the Deft to pay the debt the sum of 31 gilders and 3 stiiiers at or Befoor the 
15 day of this Instent with Cost of seute 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabll and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of febercry i68| 
Thomas walton Plf in A Action of the 

Arter Stranguidg Def Caues 

The Plf decleareth that the deft is in debted to him the sum of on pound seiien shings and fine 
penc the deft haing transported him self out of this Goiierment Abtained ATachment up on goods in 
the hand of Jacob Corbett Belonging to the deft 

The Court ordreth the goods debts dew to the said stranguidg Shall Be Responcabl upon Apriz- 
ment to satesfy the debt with Cost of sewt 

Docter [Poeter?] Joen Plf in A Action of the Caus 
Ananias Turner deft 

The Plf declareth that the deft Bought A Negger of him for the sum of on hundred gildres the 
deft Refuscth to pay the debt pretending that the Plf hath not parformed his Bargen in sum partice- 
lers and A Counts the Caues hauing Bin heard the Court ordareth the deft to pay to the plf the sum of 
on pound twelue shilings and six penc upon A equial Balonc of ther ACounpts with Cost of sute 

At A Court held on staton Island By the Constabl and ouer sears of the seam on this presont 
Munday Being the 5 day of febrere in the year 168A 

Know all men by These presents that I William Elston and Elisebeth my Wife of Staton Hand 
for and in Consideration of A iialuable sum of mony to us payd in hand by Robert Wright of the aboiie 
said Hand Wee haue granted Barggined Sold assigned and sett oiier unto the said Robeart Wright 
one sartin Lott of land lying one the sought side of the fresh kill With the pattint for the same, and all 
the Right titell Intrust property Clames Demands of Wee the said William and Elisebeth Elston or our 
Heires Exsereters Adminestratours or assignes for eiier he or thay eylding or payin the quit rent there 
in Researvied due and payable Accordin as the pattint doth Exspres In Witness Where of wee haue sett 
our hands and sealles one Staton Hand this 28 of maye In the 36 yeare of his Ma"'* Reigne Anno Do- 
mong 1683 

Assigned sealed Acknowledged before mee 

and deliuered in Richard Stilhvell 

the presense of Justes 

Abraham Cole 

Richard Tattersall 

Whar as ther is Puhlek Charges To Be Letied upon staton Island and the sum soe Inconcidarbl 
that the Inhabtons think It not Conueniont to giue in the Valuation of ther Estats But haiie By the 
Maier part Mead Choys of Cap' John Palmr Cap' Thomas Louies and M'' Jacob Jeyoung Mr. Andros 
Canon M'' John Garetson M'' Derick Cornelis with the Constabl to Teak ACoupt of the Charges which 
is dew to be payd By the Inhabetonc and to Leue the same A Cording as they shall thinke Conijeniont 

Thes Ar In his Maiests Neam to will and Requiar you At sight hear of to giuc nootes to the A 
Boiie mentioned parsons to Meett together In sum Conueiont placs and then and ther ther to Act 
A Cording to ther Instruction and and for soe Doing this shall Be your soefishont waront giuen 
under My h-^"d on this 

26 day of Jenewery 1681 Richard still well 

By order Justes 

obadiah Hulmes 
Clac 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 17 

Staton Island 

In Perseuionce of A waront deated The 26 of Jenewery 1681 Under the hand of Richard Stillwell 
Esqu'' Justes of the Pees whee the under written hauing Bin Chosen Comniishaners By the free 
holders and Inhabtonce of this Island to consider of and Make A Town Rate for the defraing of the 
Publik Charg- which By A Count deleiierd us for thes three years past we find A Mount to the summe 
of Twenty fouer pounds doe By uerty of Athorety deriued unto us as A foor said Consent and order 
That euery Lott of Land within this Island Containing Aighty Akers shall pay the sum of fouer shilings 
and six pence to Be Leuyd By such ofesars or offesars as By the said Justes his warant shall be A 
poynted to Collect the same and to Be deliuered into the hands of obadiah Hulmes whom we doe order 
nomenat and Apwint To be Tresueerar for this Island for this Insung year Requiring the said oba- 
diah Hulmes on the Resait of the A foor said Rattes to Make full satesfaction to All such Parsons as 
by the ACounpt hear in Annixed or to Credeters to the Island and to Ceep A Just ACount therof And 
the seam to Render A Just A Counpt to us on or bee foor the 24 day of Jun next Insewing the deat hear 
of for wich the said obadiah Hulmes shall Be Allowed on[e] shilling por p. for the rescuing and pay- 
ing out of Eiiery pound we doe likwis order that thes presoents together with the enexed Account be 
forth with Recorded in the Town Booke In the Bookes of Records for this Island Together with the A 
Boue said warant deated the 26 day of Jeenewery 1681 Giiien Under oure hands This 7"" day of feb- 
ruere 1681 

Recorded By order on this 10 day of feberey 168^ 

John Palmer 
Obadiah Hulmes Thomas Loulas 

Clecc Jacob Jeyoung 

Direk Cornelioss 
Andros Canon 



tb s 
1681 Staton Island debtt on sundry ACounpts to James Mathes William Merett and Nicholes 
stillwell for Expences of the Justes and Constabl at on Court of of [af?] sizes and three 

Courts of A Sesseions upon A Counpt 07 00 

To obadiah Hulmes for three yeais salere as A Town Clarke ordred at A Town iMotting 06 00 

to Danell stillwell for on[e] wolf . 01 10 

to frances walker for ditto 01 10 

to John Marten for ditto 01 10 



17 10 



1681 Moer ditto tb s 

To Thomas walton for ditto 01 10 

To Cap' Cornells Corsson ditto . 01 10 

To A pair of stokes ditto . . . 00 15 

To Poules Marleett for A Tigger 02 15 

The whole ACoupt to the summe of 24 00 

Cornelios Corson Constabl 

Know All Men By thes presonce That I Marmeduck Potter A Inhabetont of statoii Island dec 
freely and fermly Make oiier and Asine all my Right and Tittle and Intrust of this Patten 
[The conveyance proceeds no further] 

Know All Meen By thes presonts that I Franses Walker A Inhabetont of staton Island Haue and 
doe Bv thes presonts Meak oner and Asine All My Right and Tittell as to Land and Laber thar on Be- 
stoed or primses expresed and Contained in the Paten As fuly and Amply As hath Bin Granted and 
Confirmed to Me or My Ayes or Asines to Elisha Parker senior A Inhabetont of woodbrig in the proii- 
ence of New Jarsse to the said Elisha Parker His Airs or Asins To haue And To holde as hi'? proner 
Right and Tittll Asined and deliiiered By the said ffranses walker from Me as A foor said or My Airs 



i8 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

or A sines without fraud or desait To Haue and To Holde for euer all and Euery part and parsell ther 
of of the said Land with all Buldings fences orchards with all Ground fast and nailld fast upon the said 
pes of Land with all priueleges Aportenonces and Aduantiies Aportenens and Coniienionces as Ar 
now or hear After shall Belong or Apertain to the ABove said pees of Land and Meedow 

ASined Seeled and Deliuered In the Presence of Us on the 27 day of feberer In the year of our 

Lord i68i 

the marke of O franses walker 

As wittnes Ecknowleged Be foor Me 

obadiah Huhnes Richard Stillwell 

Justes of Staton Island 
Entred By Me A Cording to the origonall 

obadiah Hulmes 

Clarke 

Know All Men By thes presons That I Abraham Lakeniane A Inhabetont of Staton Island Doe 
By fully and fermty Meake ouer and A sine all my Right and Tittll and Intrust of this paten to Marme- 
duck potter A Inhabetont of the sam pleas Thar foor I the said Abraham Lakeman doe fully and fermly 
Make ouer and A sine all and Euery part therof To haue and to hould as his frome my Airs Asines ex- 
ectres or Adminestraters withall priuelegs Aportenses Conueionces and Adiianteges as fuly and 
Amply as hath Bin Granted and Confermed to Me or my Airs to the said Marnieducke Potter his Airs 
execteters Adminestraters or Asins to haue and to hould as his prop"' Right and Intrust without frad 
or desait To haue present deliiiere and poseshin ther of with all Ground fast and naill fast As Buldings 
fences orchards 

As wittnes our hands on the 29 day of Jenewere 1682 

ASined Seled and deleuered In the presonce of us 

obadiah Hulmes Mark of A Abraham 

Edward Land Lakeman 

Asined seled and deliuered in the presonce of Me 

Richard Stillwell 
Justes of Staton Island 
Recorded obadiah Hulmes 

By Me Clae 

Know all Men to whom It IMay Concarn That simion Corne A Inhabetont of staton Island Doe By 
thes presonts Considrations as foloth freely giue and Meak ouer my whole Esteat to Peter Nowe A 
Inhabetont of the seam plas furst A hous and Land and housing with all that doth properly Belog to me 
for the term and Tim of mv Lif and my wiiies with all my housl goods and Tooles with thorten heed of 
neett Cattell and feur of ho'rs kind nin of swin to be forth witth deliiired to the said Peter Nowee As 
his proper esteat as foloth with all other Benefetts and Adiianteges that l\Iay hear after Com or properly 
Belong to the said Simion Corne his Esteat I the said Simion Corne As fuly and properly Meak ouer to 
the said Peter Noewe the wholl Esteat hear Mentioned to him his Airs Exsekettrs Adminestraters 
or Asines only exepted the Land Bulding and other Leabcr ther on bestoed wich is After the said 
Simion and his wife deses Is to be deliuered to the said Richard Michell or his Asines 

In Consideration of this ABoiie Mentioned Bargen I the said peter nowee doe Bind myself rny 
Airs Execteris Adminestraters or Asines to ceep and Maintain in siknes and In helth me the said 
Simion and his wif deuring ther Lilies with all neseseris as Meett drink washing Loging Clothing and 
If In Ceas the said Simion or his wif shall By siknes haiie o Cation of Aney Extorordner Meens the 
said peter nowe doe oBleg himself to prouid 

As wittnes ouer handes on the 12 day of febrery 1680 

Simion Corne 

in presonc of us peter nowe 

obadiah hulmes Margrett nowe 

Henery Pomly [ ?] hear mark [] 

Claude Longpoe [ ?] 

This ABoue Mentioned Contract Is noil By the Consent of Bothe partes 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 19 

Know all Men By thes presence that I Jacob Cornelios widower doe Intend A Contract of Mareg 
with Mary usltou the Daughter of fraanses usiton ther foor By thes I doe promes and Ingag to meak 
noe other will nor testement nor gift In what neater soe euer Contrary to this Ingagment which may A 
tend to the defrading or hindronc of Aither wif or Children 

as furst I the said Jacob Corneilios doe fuly and freely giue to my daughter Alke all har Mothers 
waring Clothes only A pette Cott and A Ring 

2ly If In Ceas I should dy Be foor my wif now Intended haueing noe Children By this my wif I 
doe giue and Beqeiie to hear two parts of my whol estat that I shall Be desesed of and the other part to 
my daughter Alke But In Ceas I should haue Children By this my wife then the on half of my wholl 
estate to be proprly for har yous and desposing and the other half is to Be equelly deuided Amongst 
all my Children that ar or shall Be In Ceas my wif should Be fust desesed then I doe Ingag that on 
half of my wholl estat shall Be equilly deiiided AMongst all my Children then Liueing In Confer- 
meation of this ABoue mentioned Contract I the said Jacob Cornelios doe ferly fuly and frely Bind 
and Meake ouer all my whole esteat that Is now or hear After shall Bee long to me upon the Breech 
or non performanc of this A ABoue Mentioned Contract to my sekend wif Mary Usiton the daughter 
of f ranees Usiton in wettnes hear of I A sine and seell in the presonc of us on this 21 day of Aprell 

In the Year of greas 1681 

mr" X of Jacob Cornel [missing] 

obadiah Hulmes 
Richard Stillwell 
Justes 

Know all Men By thes presons that I I Edward Marshall doe By thes presents Transport Meak 
ouer and Asine this my Patten with all my Right and titcll thar in Concarned with and euery part 
ther of with all and euery part ther of with all priuelegs portenences Coniieintses and Adiiantgsas fuly 
and Largly and Amply as hath Bin Granted to me I the said Edward Marshall doe Meak ouer and A 
sine This ABoue Metioned paten from me my Airs or Asines to Abraham Lakeman his Airs or Asines 
to haiie and to hold as his proper Right and Intrust 

Asined and deliiiered in the presons of us In the year of Greas on the 8 day of feberery 1681 

the mark O of 
vvitnes Edward marshall 

obadiah Hulmes 
Richard Stillwell 

Know all men to Whom it May Concerne That I Abraham Cole an Inhabitant of Staton Island doe 
Giiie and deliiier to william Elston my Right and of a loot of land with Buldings fences orchard Med- 
ows Comoneds priuelegs Advantages as doth or hear After may Belong or apertain with length Bredth 
Bounds and and limets as expresed in this Paten to william Elston of the seam pleas from Ale the said 
Abraham Coalle my Airs Execters Adminestraters or Asines To the sd william Elston his Airs exectrs 
Adminestraters or A sines to haue and to hould for euer without frad or desalt the sd william elston 
Elding and paing A Cording to the Conditions of the sd Paten 

Asined seld and deliiiered in the presons of us 

as witnes my hand on this 20 d. of August 1682 Ecknowleged Befoor Me 

Richard Stillwell 
mark Justis 

Clas K smith 

John Mulings 

Abraham Colle 

Entred By Me obad'h Hulmes 

Know All Men to whom It May Consarn that I Edward land A Inhabetont of staton Island haue 
sould and doe Meake oiier and A sin all My Right and Tittell of A Lott of Land with all Bulding 
fences orchards Comanages priiieleges with the Lenghth Bredth Bounds and limetts as Contained to 
Abraham Colle of the sam plas from Me the sd Edward land my Airs Execters Adminestraters or -' 
Asines to the sd Abraham Cole his Airs Execters Adminestraters or A sins To banc and to hould for 
euer with out frad or desait to the sd Edward land paing and Aquiting the sd Abraham Coole from all. 



ao HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

dews and dewtys or demands that haue or shall Be dew or demandend until! the deat hear of and ilie sd 
Abraham Coll to yeald and pay A Cording to the Conditons of this Paten 

Asined seled and deliuered in the presons of us 

on this 15 day of March in the year i68| Asined Be foorMe 

Richard stillw [missing] 
witnes Justes 

obad liululmes 

John stillwell 

Know all Men by thes presonce that fifrances walker A Inhabitant staton Island haue and Doe by 
thes presonts Make ouer and A sine all my Right and as to land and Laber or primises and Concluded 
in the paten as fuly and Amply as hath bin Granted and Confirmed to me or my Airs or Asines to Elisha 
Parker senier A Inhabetont of wood brig in the pruenc of new Jarse to the sd Elisha parker his Airs 
or Asines To haue And to hold as his proper Right and Tittll Asined deleCiered by the sd fifrances 
walker from me as A foor sd my Airs and Asines without fraud or desait to haiie nd to hould for euer 
all and eiiery part and parsell ther of the land with all Buldings fencings orchards with all Ground fast 
and naill fast upon the sd land with all priuelcgs Aportenonces ConiJenionses Aduantegs as ar now or 
hear after my belong or Apartain to the A Boiie sd pes of land and Medows 

ASined Selled and Deliuered In the presonc of m. O f ranees walker 

on the 27 day of febrere 1682 

Richard Stillwell 
Justes Entred upon Record by me 

obadiah hulmes 

Richmond Co. 

This Indenture made this 23 day of Noevember In the seckond yeare of the Reigne of our soueren 
Lord the King Anno qui dom 1690 [1691?] 

beeTwene nickolas Lee of the on partey of the Aboiie sayd Cowntey And Danell shotwell of the 
same Cowntey of the other partey fidelesot That Is to say That I the Aboue sayd nickolas Lee haiie put 
my selfe Andprentis And with the Consent of my father John Lee of the Abofie sayd Countey deuring 
The Term And space of ten years from And After the deate heare of which Is In the seckond yeare of 
the Reingne of our sofieren Lord As Aboije sayd And the sayd Nickolas doth In Geage him selfe to serue 
The Abode sayd Daniell shotwell faythfuley And Trewley during the space And terme of tenn yeares 
hee shall not Imbasell his Masters Goods hee shall not frequent tauerns nor All houses unles It be About 
his masters buisnes ceards nor disc hee shall not play neither shall hee Commit matrimoney deuring the 
Terme of tenn years After the deate heare of And In And upon Considerashon of the Aboiie bound nick- 
olas Lee un to the sayd daniell shotwell The Aboue sayd daniell doth bind him selfe heiers or Asignes 
for the yearnell some of Twentey pownds Corent moneys of new yowke To find the Aboue sayd nickolas 
Lee sofishent Meat drinke washen And Loging And Clothes And At the End of the tenn yeares to Giue 
him Ten pownds Corent pay of this prouence with on sewt of new Clothes besides his worken Clothes 

And to the Trew pcrformence of the Aboiie sayd Indenture wee the sayd nickolas And daniell haue 
Enter Chayngbley set our hands And scales This day And yeare with In writen signed sealed And 
deliiiered In the presonts of us 

The marke of 

Jacob Corbett nickolas H H Lee O 

The marke of 

Elisebth H Tayler 

This Aboue writen Indenture was Recorded this 4*''' day of febrearey 169^ by mee Jacob Corbett 

Cla 

This folowing sur\'ay was Recorded for m' Elias Duxburey sept the 15"" 1696 

Richmond fs March 25"" 1693 [1695?] 

Wheare as wee seaker Garosane & John petersone alies stace survayers for the hywavs & fensis for 
the north quarter of the said Cowntey of Richmond hauing viewed the fTence betwixt Elias Duxburey 
& Lambert durland Johnsons doe find yt ye said fence from ye place wheare Lambert brings his out 
fence and Joynes the same to the said duxbureys fence ought to bee Apartey fence and each to make his 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 21 

moaitey or halfe of the same from the said place to the waterside & after each of them his parte of the 
water fence and wee doe further declare that whot damige for Trespesis haue ben upon the said * * * — 
duxburey for want of the said Lamberts making the said moyetey of the fence ought to be made Good 
to him by the said Lambert for wee find that in three seuerell places in the said fence Lambert haiie 
Joyned his fence to the said duxbureys witnes to this our survay wee haue sett our hands the day & 
yeare aboue written 

John Stace his mark 
The marke of Seaker Garosene 

Richmond October the 10"^ 1696 

Then Receiied of marey Corsone The widow of Cornalios Corsone The some of six pound one 
shiling which is in full of all debts dews bills bonds ackts ackons or aney other Acounpts from the be- 
gining of the world unto this present day and date as witnes my hand and scale the day and yeare 
Aboue menchoned 

John watson sele 
Testus 

Cornelis nefis [nefie?] 
peter wooglom 
Three pownds six shilings of this being upon the acounpt of Anenius Turnoures acounpt as witnes 
my hand 

John watson 

The Tenth year of our Souvereign Lord Will" the Third by the grace of god of England Scot- 
land france & Irland King Defender of y® faithe and in ye year of our Lord 1698 

Cornelis Nefie Seger gerritse 

William george abraham Lakeman Supvifers 

Mark Duffosway Richard Brittain 

Engel bartelot afsefors for this present year 

Nath Brittain 

Benjamin Coupir [?] Jan VanOy Coll. 

Jacob Garit 
abrah marlet 



Richmond fs ye lo"" of octob an. q: dom. 1698 

The County Tax made up by the Suprvisers for this present year 
To Will" Joons Child for Keeping a year 
To Samuel Boulton .... 

To Tho. Stillwell for a Wolve 
To Cornelis Tijfon for a Wolves head 
To the Exes, of CLaes Smith 

To John Stilwell 

To Thomas hunt .... 
To ye Collectors 



ii2 00 

£06 00 

£00 15 

foi 00 

£08 05 

£10 00 

£10 00 

£01 17 



Sum 



. £49 17 o 
Abraham Lakeman 
Seger gerritfe 
Richard Brittain 

Supervifers 



This is a true record Recorded by mee 



Tho Coone CI 



a 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Richmond fs 

Whereas at ye generall Town Meeting being held the first day of Aprill in ye year 1699 for the 
choifing of Such Officers as are nefesary for the enfuing year tlie free holders being met made choife 
of thofe perfons here under named 



North Divifion 



heind Van dy k, Constab 

William Tiljeii Supervifor 

Lamd Donlan [Dorian?] 
Richard Merril afsefsors 





Jacob Corfson 


Collector 




Daniel Shotwell 






John Shotwell 


Surveyors of ye high Way* 


West Divifion 








Louis Gitton 


Constab 




Anthony Tyfon 


Supervifor 




abrah Coll 






Charl. Marfhell 


Afsefsors 




M"- Shadijn 


Collector 




Engel Bartelot 






Peter Manne 


Surveyors of }'e high Way 


South Divifion 








~ Josua Marlet 


Conftab 




abrah Lakeman 


Supervifor 




Nathan Whitman 


> 




Tlio Stillwell Jun 


Afsefsers 




Hans Laurenfe 


Coll 




Nath Brittain 






Nath Brittain 


Surveyers of ye high Way 



[Nothing precedes these ear tnarks to ascertain date of entry. They are in the oldest writing ap- 
parently.] 

Nathanll Brittons Marke with A hapene on the under sid. of the Right ear 

Nathan whittmans Marke with A Crope on the Right ere and A Slitt on the Left and A pees Cut 
squar out on the undr sid of the Crope 

Thomas walton Marke with A hapene on the upar sid of the Left ere 

William Britons Mark with two slits under the Right ere and on under the Left 

John Kingdom Marke with a Crope on the left ere and A halfe still [ ?] or A foor gade [ ?] on the 
Right ear 

Lawes Lakeman Marke with A Crope on the Right ear and a slitt in the Left 

John Dalles Mark on Both ers slitt Right down from the Crope [sic — this entry has been crossed 
out] 

Richard Michels Marke with A Crope on the Right ear and A slit under the seam and A slitt 
Right down the Left ear 

Obadiah Hulmes Marke with A Crop on the Left ear and slit in the Right 

Thomas Stillwells Marke with a Crop on the Left ear and A slitt under the Right ear 

Barn Tiss Marke with two hapenes in the under side of ech ear 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 23 

ffranses Barber Marke with A hole in the Right eare and A hapene in the under sid of the Left ear 

fTranses Martenoe Marke with two hapens under the Right ear 

Tiss Barnson Marke with A Crop on the Right ear and A slitt in the seam 

John watsos Marke with A smalle [swalle?] forke on the left ear [has been crossed out] 

Peter noewe Marke with A Crop on the Left ear and two sHtts in the seam 

Gidion Marletts Marke with A Crop on the near ear [has been crossed out] 

Poules Regerne Marke with A hapene in the under side of the Left ear [has been crossed out] 

John Garatson Marke with A Crope on the Right ear and A nick under seame 

John Teneson Marke with two slitts Right down the left ear with A half Crop on the under side 
of the Right ear 

Peter Jonson Marke with A slit in the Right ear and A hole in the Left ear [has been crossed 
out] 

Abraham Marlet Marke with A Crop on the Right ear [has been crossed out] 

Class Smiths Marke with A Crop on the Right ear and A hapen under the Left [has been crossed 
out] 

Jacob Garettson Marke with A hole in the Right ear and A slitt under the Left ear [has been crossed 
out] 

Andros Canon Marke with A slitt Right down the the Right ear 

John Case Marke with A hapene on the uper sid of the Right ear 

John Beleiiell Marke with two slits Right down the left ear 

Georg Comons Mark with A hapene on the under sid of the left ear and A slitt in the under sid 
of the Right ear [this has been crossed out] 

Samuell Corteses Marke with A Crope on Right ear and A hapeny on ech sid of the left ear 

Hans Louers [Louerns?] Marke with A Crop on the Left ear and slitt Right downe the seam and 
A slitt down the Right ear 

Cp* Bilups Mark with A Crop on the Right ear and two hapenes in ech sid of the same and A 
slitt down the Left ear 

woulford Johnson Mark with A swalloe forke on ech ear 

Jen Grines Marke with two slitts Right downe the Right ear and A slitt down the Left ear [this 
has been crossed out] 

Cpt Palmers Brand Marke with the Letter P on the near shoulder 

Edward Marshall Marke with A foor gad on the Left ear and A hind gad in the Right ear and 
A neke under the Right ear Right in 

Arowsmiths Marke with A hole in the Left ear and A hapene under the Right ear 



24 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Jacob Corbetts Marke with A slitt left ear and Cropt on the Left ear and A hapene in the under sid 
of the Right ear [this has been crossed out] 

Ananias Turners Marke with A Grope on the left ear and A hapene on the foor sid of the seam 
and twoe hapenes on ech sid of the Right ear 

John Tingles Marke with A Crop on the Right ear and slitt Right down the seam and A foor 
gade in the Left ear 



ear 



Cpt Richard Stilhvells Marke with A hapene under the Left ear and two slitts in the Right 

Georg Lokerts Marke with A hole in the Right ear and A Crope and A hapene on the left ear 

Cpt Palmer Marke with A hole in the left ear and A hapen in the After part of the Right ear [crossed 
out] 

Peter Bukljou Marke with A Crop on the left ear and A slit in the under sid of ech ear 

Anthone Norwods Mark with A swalloe fork on the Left ear and A hole in the Right ear and 
Branded in the horn with the letter A N and his horses on the near shoulder with the seam 

Cornells Corson Marke with A Crop on the left ear and slitt down the Right ear and A slitt in the 
foor part of the Crop 

nathanill huit mark with a swalla fork on the left ear the son of will huit [?worn] 

Peter Balew Marke with A hole in the left ear 

John Corsson Marke with A hapene in the under sid of the Right ear and swalloe forke on the left 
ear 

Jaqus Polin Marke with A Crop on the Right ear and two slitts downe the seam and A slitt be 
hind the seam 

John frecnch Marke with ech ear Cropt and A slitt Right down the Right ear 

Edward Land [Lane?] Marke with A hole in the Right ear and swallow forke in the left ear 

Robert Rights Marke with A swalloe forke on eche ear and A hapene under the of car 

fifrances Pews Marke with A swalloe forke on the left ear and and under ech ear A hapene 

William Elston Marke with A swalloe forke on eche ear and A hapene and the Left ear 

[crossed out] 

Phillup Bendalls Marke on ech ear A swalloe forke and A hole in the Riht car 

Thomas Bereman Marke with A hapene under the Right ear and to slitts in the same Right down 
from the tope and Branded with A Leetter T B on the horn 

Poules Marlet Marke with A hole in the Left ear and two hapens in the sam on under and the 
other ABoue 

John Puden Marke with A swalloe forke on the Right ear and the left ear Cropt and two slitts Riht 
down the seam 

William Jonsons Marke with A swalloe fork on the Right Ear and Cropt on uper sid of the sam 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 45 

Isake Sede [ ?] Marke with A nick Right in the under sid of the Left ear [crossed out] 

John Brigges Mark with A Crope on the Right ear and A hapene in the under side of the sam and 
A nicke in the uper side 

Bartloots Marke with A slit Right down the Right ear and A hole in the left ear and in the Left ear 
A hapen under and A nicke on the uper sid. 

Marmidueke Potter Marek with A Crop on the Left ear and two hapens under the seam 

Petrus Thefschenmaecker Marke with A swalow forke on the left ear [crossed out] 

Jacobe Garcot [Gariot?] Mare with A nicke Right in the under sid of the lefte ear 

Abraham Coole his marke with A fwalo forke on each yeare And A half peney under the Left 
yeare 

M"' Mahault his Marke with A Crop on the Lefte ear and two hapenes under the same 

daniell fhotwell his marke with A hoole In the wright yeare And A (lit under the Left yeare 

fransis uselton his marke with A Crop on the wright yeare And A (lit Cut In And A Litell pece 
Cut out 

Clayfe Meare his marke with to flites wright downe the Right yeare And A (lit downe the Left 
yeare 

John Jenoay [fenoay?] his marke with A hole In the Right yeare And A halfe flitt In the neare 
yeare 

George Andersons marke to half peneys In the After parte of the neare yeare [crossed out] 

1693 Will Merells marke with A flitt In the top of The Left yeare 

otb th lo"" 

1694 Abrahame Starse [?] his marke with A fitt in the wright yeare and A hole in the Left 

May the 21 yeare [crossed out] 

1691 This of George Browns is Rick Rickerfons mark George Brownes marke witli one hole 

may 13"' in each eare and on Crope on the neare yeare [crossed out] 

ditto Thomas Carhartt's marke for Cattle is with both eares Cropt and Branded in the neare 
Home with T: C: 

Ditto Thomas Carhartt's marke for Horfes is with A Slitt slanting downward upon the upper side 
of the neare eare and Branded in the neare Buttock with T: C: 

1692 decb'' 9'" Charles Marfhall (Sone of Edward Marfhall) his marke is the same this his fifather ufed 
vizt: A Fore Gadd on y^ Left Eare and hinde gadd in the Right eare and A nick under 
the Right eare Right in 

1694 decemb 8"= Joseph bastidoe his marke with a Crop on the neare yeare [crossed out] 

dec the 7'''' 1694 Elishea parkers marke with a halfe Crop on the top of the wright yeare [crossed 
out] 

1694 peter Johnson the boves marke with a flitt in the wright yeare and a hoole in 

december the is"" the Le(t yeare 



26 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

decern the 27*'' Abraham [Stause or Starse?] his marke his marke the same that was powle Reyernes 
1694 [?] marke with a half peney in the under side the Left yeare 

aecem the 27^^ peter ftarses marke with a Crop on the Left yeare and aflitt under the fame [The 
1694 name " John Merills " is placed over Peter Starses and all is crossed out] 

dece the 2f^ Jacob Corbettes marke the same that was John doleyes [ ?] with A flitt downe the top 

1694 of boath yeares 

brand 
dec the 24*'' william merells marke with \VM on the neare butock 
1694 

march the 13*^'' Richard britanes marke seanierwith To half peneys in the after parte of the neare 
day of March yeare 

1695 

1695 Adame hude his marke with afwaloe forke on the top of the Left yeare & Aflitt 

March the 26"^ wright downe from the tope of the same 

May the 4"" John Morgones marke with A hoole in the Left yeare and A halfpeney in the After 
1695 parte of The Right yeare 

1695 John fhotwells marke with a holle in the Left yeare & Afwaloe forke on the tope of 
Augost the 3'^ the wright yeare 

June the 9"' Lenard hendreksones marke Cropte on the Left yeare and aflitt Cut in the same on the 
1696 tope [crossed out] 

June the 9^'' henerey borames marke with flitt Cut Right in the fide of the Rightt yeare and A 
1696 halfpeney Cut out of the Lower parte of the flitt 

feb'' the 11 peter manglsones marke with too flites Right downe The Left yeare and won flitt 
169^ downe the top of the Right yeare 

Aprell the dericke Clayfone his marke with A hoole throw Each yeare 
12"" 1697 

may the is'" 1697 Cornealis neafis his marke the Right yeare one pece Cut out **** on the fore 
fide the Left yeare a halfe moone on the fore parte 

may the Thomas persells marke the same that was Elisheah parkers with A halfe Crope on the top 
15'" 1697 of the Right yeare 

may the 15"" 1697 hendrike van dikes marke to fwalow forkes on on the tope of the Right yeare 
and on on the fore parte of the fame and one fwallow forke on the back parte 
of the Left yeare 

fep*' the 29'^'' 1698 bengmiene Coopere his marke with acrop on the Right yeare And ahalfpeney 
under the Left 

fep*^ the 29"" 1698 Abrahame Lakes marke Ahalfpeney under Each yeare 

,^ 1699 

March ye 22"" Teunis Egberfe marke a Squore one [part missing] right Ear in ye in Side top ye 
Ear and a flit under on out Side 

June 27*''' Dirk Roefe his marke A Slit under in the left ear [crossed out] 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. *? 

January James hance dye his marke A Crop on ye left Ear and a Slit in ye Right 
ye 27: 

18 March Albut Janfe his mark a hole in ye Right Ear for Cattle and horfses 
1700 

dito anthony du Chen his mark a Crop on ye left Ear and a fork on ye Right ear 

dito Thomas Coone his mark ye Same as anthony du Chen his mark is [nothing more written 
here] [crossed out] 

30 July Laurens de Camp his marke a hapany in ye under Side of Left Ear; and the right Ear a 
hapyny in y* upper Side, and a hapany in ye under Side 

dito Stofifel hanfe his marke for his Cattle a Crop in y'= right Ear, and a Crop in the left Ear 
and for his horfses an O branded upon the Right buttick [crossed out] 

12 March Vincent fountaines mark for his Cattle and horfes two holes in the right Ear 
1701 

29 apri! Stofifel Christopher his Mark a Crop in the Right Ear and a hole in the lefte Ear and for 
his horfes an O branded upon the Right buttick 

13 mey Thomas Coone his mark for Cattle Branded one the Right home with T. C. 

1701 Barent Chriftopher his Mark a Crop on ye right Ear and two happinies one y* upper side 
29 aprill of the near Ear: for his Cattle: 

fabruary ^'2^ John Dullere his mark a nick under each ear [crossed out] 
i7of [sic] 

1702 John Dullere his marke a Slit under Each Eare 

December 24"" John Smocks Mark for his Cows and Horfes is Crop* on ye left Ear and a Slitt Cutt 
1708 on the Same on the Tope 

170I Henry Keer Mark for his Cattle and Horfes, two Holes in the Right Ear 

January 12*'' 

Aprill ye 13"" John Sttates Mark for his Cattle and Horfes is a Crope in the Left Ear, and Two 
1709 Slitts in the fd ear 

June ye 2^ 1709 John pollion his Mark for his Cattle is a Slitt one the Right Ear, both the uper 
Side and the under Side of the fd ear and the Said mark for his Horfes as for his 
Cattle 

Novemb'' Rick Rickerfon his Mark for his horfes and Cattle is the Same Marke of George 
ye 23'^ 1709 Browns with one hole in Each Eare and a Crope one y' near Eare 

March the Ram Vanderbelt his Mark for his Cattle and horfes a piece of the Left Ear Comonly 
20*" 1701% Called a Crabb — 

May 2* 1712 Mathew Rue His Mark, for his horfes and Cattle, is Two hapeneys in ye near Ear, on 
under and on a Topp and a Cropp out of the of Ear 



28 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

[The following seems like an index of this book; evidently written in the oldest hand.] 

i8 



ditto 

ditt 
19 



Peter Johnson 
John Kingdom 


p. i. 


Ananias Turner 
Garat Manart 


Tliomas walton 
William Britten 


p2 


Peter Balew 
Ananias Turner 


Peter Balew 
Thomas walton 


P 3 


Nathanell Briton 
Christopher Jacobs 


Marten Hardwin 
Class Smith 


P-4 


ott Lourson 
Edward Marshall 


Joseph Bouls 
william Brewrs 


ditto 


Jacob Corbett 
Edward Clarke uie^ 


Andres Canon 
Marten hardwin 


ditto 


Peter Balew 
Cap' Billup 


Robart writ 
flfranses Uslton 


P 5 


Peter Balew 
James Pitne 


flfrances Uslton 
John Pew 


ditto 


peter nowee 
^' Gidion Marlet 


Robart writt 
ffransses Uslton 


7 


John Tingle 
Arter strangwig 


Jacob Jeyoung 
Isack See 


8 


Markes disway 
Examened 



Thomas wandall 
John Teneson [ ?] 

Sarah whitman 
william Briten 

Thomas walton 
Joseph Boules 

Nathanell Britten 
Lawes Lakeman 

Nathanll Britten 
Aron Jonson 

Peter Churion 
ffrances Bushelel 

Joseph Boules 
John Briges 

Thomas Young 
Edward Arysmith 

wouldford Jnson 
John Kingdom 



II 



12 



13 

ditto 

14 

15 
16 

17 



Examenation of wittnese 
for Cap* Billup 

A detlearation A 

ganst Bilup 

Jon Hares sworn 

Richard Tettrshell 
published 

Garat Manart 
Ananias Turner 

John M***lek 
John Briges 

Mary See 
John Depre 

John Chattwell 
Joseph Boules 

Briont Bukworth 
John Briges 

Jaqus Jeyoung 
william Jonson 



20 



21 



22 



23 



24 



25 

28 
29 

30 

dtt 00 
ditto 

ditto 
31 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 



29 



witneses sworn Betwixt 
nathanill Brittn Ed Marshal 


31 


Poules Merlett quit 
to his Brother 


44 


nathanll Britten 
Edward Marshll 


32 


Richard Merll 
Ananias Turner 


48 


Conerlios Corson 
Ananias Turner 


33 


Richard Merell 
Lambort Dorlant 


49 


Testemonys Concarning 
Mary Uslton 


34 


Jacob Jeyoung 
ffrances Marten 


50 


A Inuantorv' of 
Phillup Bendall 


35 


John Kingdom 
Robart writt 


51 


Jugment A Gainst 
John Marshall 


36 


John Lee 
william whitt 


52 


Jacobe Jeyoung 
ffrances uslton 


37 


Jacob Jeeyoung 
uslton defered 


53 


Antony founten 
Markes disway 


38 


Peter Balew 
Patter King 


54 


Markes desway 
Antony ffounten 


39 


Peter Balew 
Bushelell 


55 


John Kingdom 
ffrances walker 


41 


Jacob Jeyoung 
Petter Balew 


56 


nicholes stillwell 


42 


Thomas walton 
Arter strangwig 


57 


Cap' Palmer obleged 
for The Clarke 


43 


Poeter Jone 
Ananias Turner 


58 



Nathaniel Brittain 



142 



Recorded for Garritt Crusea his Eare mark for his Cattell horsis and fheep Is aflitt of the under 
fide of the left Eare This 12 day of July 1709 ^ Ad. Mott Clerk [item in margin] 

Entred ye sg"" Aaron parall his Mark for his horfes Cattle and fheep is a flitt in the Left Ear near ye 
of May 1712 Midle flenting into ye head 



Entr'' Aug" 2^ 1712 



Barne Chriftophers his Mark, is a Cropp of the right Ear & two happens on 
the Left 



Entred Xber 22" Isaac Vantyles Mark for his Cattle is a Cropp on the right Ear and a hole In the 
1712 Left Ear 

Entred Mr. Benjamin Bill Mark for his horfes Mares and Colts, is a Brand on the near Buttook 
8ber 13 Branded thus B. B. 

1716 



Entred 

8ber 13'" 

1716 



Mr. Benjamin Bill Mark for his Cattle Young, and Old, is a brand on the near home 
Branded thus B. B. 



30 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY'. 

Entred Johannes Hoogland's Mark of his Canel is three slits in the Right Ear. His Horfes are 
8** 22^ branded on the left buttock with *** [o over H] 
1717 

Entred John Hillyers mark for his Cattel horses & Sheep is a half penny on the under Side of the 
April 29 Right Ear &, a halfe peney on the under Side of the left Ear and the horses branded with an 
1718 ***[J joined to H] on the Xear Shoulder 

Entred Aert Sijmonfe's Mark for his Cattel & horses is a Slit from the Top of both Ears Right in 
Mav 21 towards the Head 
1718 

Entred July John Macklem'e's Mark for his Cattle is a Crop on the right Ear and a Slit right in 
3-1718 towards the head in the left Ear 

His horfes have the fame mark in the Ears and Branded with I M K 

Lambort Dorlont Mark the Ri^t ear Cropt and the Left ear slitt Right down the of side of the ear 
and two slits in the Crpe 

Ap 9 1702 William Tillyer his marke a Crop on the Right Ear 

1702 John Bedine his marke a Crop and an under Ceall on the left ear and a fwallo forke on the 
right ear 

October 16^ 1702 John de Puy his marke a Swollo fork on Each Ear 

Desember 7^ 1702 Samiiell Graset his mark for his horses and Cattell tow holes in the Left Ear 

feabuar}- 1 5'^ Daniel Lake his mark a Cropt one the Right Ear and a fht Right down the tip of the 
170I Left Ear 

aprell 29^ witt [will?] Tj-fe his marke a Crop on the nere Ere 
1703 

July *^ 25-1703 Xickolos Britting his mark with two Slits under the Left ear and one under the 
right 

July * 25-1703 Comelos Tyse his mark with a flit Cut Right in the Side of the Right ear and 
ahalf penny Cut out of the lower part of the Slit 

July ^ 28-1703 — Hennr>- Bar>- his Mark with three flits under the Left ear and two under the Right 

Augost I7'^-I703 Hennr}- Cruse his mark two Slets under the Left Ear 

ApriE 13'- 1704 Methuors Dacker his mark with three hapenies one Each Ear that is to say on 
Elach Side of the Ear one hapeney and one on the top of the Ear and fo Like wife 
one the other Ear 

Febuar}- 4 — 170^ Gabrael Zoso his mark Three Shts under the Right Ear and one imder the Left 

March Elebath Hogland her mark for her Cattel with three slits under the Right Ear and for 
ye 12 i/0\ her horfes branded with D: h: L: 

March ye Georg hogland his Mark for his Cattel with three Slits under the Left Ear 
12-170I 

Aprill ye Stoffel A'onsent his mark a Crop on the Left Ear and four Slits in the same 
4'- 1705 

Aprill ve Thomas Burbanks his mark a Crop on the Right Ear and two Slits in the Same 
4*^ 1705 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 3* 

January ye Thomas Craver [Craven?] his Mark a SHtt on Each side of the Right Ere with Like a 
31-170I flower de lufe and a hapenny on the under side of the same Ere Clofe to the head 
[crossed out] 

May ye i : 1707 John Jurta his mark a Crop on the Left Ere and three Slits in the same and a Slit 
Right down the top of the Right Ere 

may the 19"" 1724 Gabriel Duefofway his mark a Crop of the right ear and half penni in the top and 
a half penni onder in the left ear for his Creatir - 

A list of the warants By the Justes to the Town Court 

Peter Balew Plf By two wamts deated febrery the 2 1682 aginst Buselell and Peter King 
^ By A Action of nathan Britte 4 warons for John pudin and his Mate Poules Marlet and Abraham 
Bearing deat on the 2 day of febrery 1681 

By 2 warantes John Marshall and edward Baring deat the 29 of Jenewery 1681 

By A waront for John Peterson Plf on the ACount of John Briges deated the 2.^ fery 1681 

Jacob Jeyoung Plf By thre warons on for uslton on for peter Balew on for Marteno Bearing deat 
on the 2 day of feberer 1681 

ott Lours plf A warant for edward Marshal deated the 18 day of September 1681 

By Thomas walton for John Tingle octo 3 

By A waront Maresee for John depre desem. i 
desem. the i Atachment of strngwegs goods at georg Comans 

20 desem Abram Marlet and his wif nathanill Brit 

23 nouen Jacob Jeyoung Plf single By A waront Jacob Jeyoung william Johnson 

To the Court of A sessions 

Peter Balew and Tis Bams Plf A sepene for Thomas walton deated the 13 day of desember 1681 

nathanll Briten a supeny 

georg Comans supened 13d of septembr 1682 

By A waront for Tise Barns on 13d sept 1682 

John rue his mark with a half penny on the outher Side of the Left ear and A Slitt in the under 
Side of the right ear for his Cattle and Sheep 

John Mereill pieter Staets his mark with a Crop on the Left ear and a Slitt under the Same now this 
172* Sixth day of march I72i 

March Recorded for John ^lareill 

ye 6^ by mee 

G Adriaents Clerk [Adriaenz?] 

Anno July the 22^ Amends of the Mark and Brand that Will Mclane ufes for his Cattle and horfes 
1721 was this Day recorded for Said William MacKlane at his Requeft vizt 

The brand that the said William ufes for his horfes is exactly anfwerable to this ffigure 
[circle with right and left branch from top] and that in the margin and his Ear mark both 
for his horfes and Cattle is a half peny out of the under part of each Ear, and a Slit in the 
End of the Right Ear [mark also in margin] 

Anno 1722 Juftice Garret \'aghten's mark for his Cattle horfes and fheep is a flit in the upper fide 
April 7*^ of the left Ear. recorded the day & year abouefaid at P ^'aghten's Request by W. 
Dongan Clk 

Annoq dom 1735 the aboue Eare mark Continued to Juftice John Vaghte being the Eare Mark of 
March ye 2'j^'^ day his father Garritt Vaghte deceafed Recorded the day and year Aboue fd by 
Request of the fd John Vaghte 

'^_ Ad° Mott . Clk 



2,2 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Richmond County fs April the 20"' Day 1722 

Mr Walter Dongan's Mark for his Cattle and sheep is a Crop on the near Ear this is the same 
Mark that Jofep Baftido had as appears by the Record there of in this book pag. 125 and ye fd Baftido 
having fome time ago Left this County the Sd Dongan has nowe recorded for him felf the mark he 
ufed. The Sd Dongans Mark for his horfe kind is the near thigh branded with the Letters 
W. D. ** — Entered the Day & year abouefd 

do M'' Abraham Vantuyl's Mark is a Crop on the right Ear and a flit and a hole in the same right 
Ear 

Anno d" Jul 3'' Goofen Adriance his mark for his Cattle and fheep is a Crop of the near Ear and a 
Square cut in the under fide of the right ear 

An 1722 Rem Van Der Beeck his Mark for his Chattle is a Half peny on the opper side of the 

Decenib'' 10"' wright ear and a Slitt on the onder Side of the Left Ear and for his horfes branded on 
the right thigh with the Letter R 

Ditto Hack Van tuyl his mark is a Slett under in the Left ear [crossed out] 

Bengeman Corfon his Mark for his Chattle & sheep and horfes [horses crossed out] a half penny 
in the under Side of the Left ear and for his horfes branded with Letter B K upon the Left buttick 

September the 10"' 1725 

Recorded for Mr. Adam Mott his mark for his Cattle horfes and Sheep a Swaloe forke on the top 
of the Right hear & a Slitt wright Downe from the top of the same 

17-5 John Bal his mark for Cattle, horfes and Sheep 
Nov 9"" Two half penys under the left ear and One half peny under the right ear 

lo"" Jacob van der Bilt his mark for his Cattle horfes and Sheep is a Crop of the off Ear and a 
Square cut in the under fide of the near or left Ear 

172! Nicholaes Britten Junrs his Mark with a half penny on the under Side of the left eare 

Janewary and a flitt in the under Side of the Right Ear 
the 29"' 

1726 Samuel Holmes his mark with a Crap on the Left eare and a half penney under the 

May the 31 right eare 

august Recorded for henry Johnson his eare Mark a lach Mark on upper sid the Right Eare 
the 8 day and a nick of the under fide of the same Eare 

1726 ^ Adam Mott Cleark 

August tunas Couart his Eare Mark Recorded A flit In the top of Each Eare Right down the 
the 8 day fame and a half peny under the Right Eare 

1726 ' Adam Mott Clk 

John Morgen Aged 24 years or ther A Bouts Testefieth that A Bouts 3 year or ther A A Bouts 
Ananias Turner said he had A hors kiled the Coultts and he would giue in 5 shilng for A Shoot 

Jacob Cornels [ ?] aged 29 year or ther A Bouts saith a Bout last hay tim he was at Bes Jons he 
should moe for him and the wom said she would send on of her shildrn to Ananias Turner and I said I 
would goe my self and when I Came ther he said he had not tim to goe he had loft tim for want of his 
mar for he had los mor By the gray hos of Cap Car [?] the he was w-orth he had Rather shoott him 
then to sufer Another sumcr 

edward Clark aged },\ or ther A Boutes saith that never [ ?] he would giue Capt Corneles 15 shiling 
for A Shott of at his hors 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 33 

John dier aged 23 or ther ABoutes saieth that he heard Anaias Turner say he would giue so much 
for A Shott at his the gray hors 

Lea [Lew?] Beremame Aged 21 or ther A Bouts saieth last witsun tid had A gray hors of Turner 
and he was wounded in the nex and Turner said the gray hors had done it and he swor By his Meaker 
that he would kill him 

Recorded the following Mark of the Horn Cattle of Captain Henry Davis of the Town of South 
field in the County of Richmond the 20"* day of February 1810 

[to] wit Staten Island Richmond County February 19 1810 The mark of Captain Henry Davis 
for his Horn Cattle is, a Brand on the right fourSholder, with the Letters, H. D. which 1 wish en- 
tered on the Records of Said County as Witnefs my hand 

By Joseph Ferine Clk 

Henry Davis 

William Johnson def Cost debt with Cost of seut to the de***. 

John Chottwell Plf 

Joseph Boules def Cost of 16* 9"' Cost of sewt 
debt the sun 2"' 10' 

John Briges deft Cast Cost of the seut with other insedentU Charges dew to the Flf at the Last 
Court of A setions which is 2 shiling a day for 4 days 

Capt Cornelios Plf 
Ananias Turner def 

the Caues Refered to Thomas stillwell and edward Clark Agred that the that the deft shall giue to 
the Plf sixten hundr stiks of good Marcht wod to be deleuered at the watersid with Cost of seute 

nathanll Britten plf in A Action of the 
edward Marshall def Caues 

the Caues depending Betwix the Plf an deft is Refered to Thomas the Caues Reeferd till the 
next Court and then John Marshall and John pudin and peter mone shall Ansor this Action at the next 
Court John Marshall puten in secuerety 

Richmond County August 21^' 1772 

Recorded at the Request of Jacob \' anderbilt the Ear mark of his Cattle and fheep &c Viz* is a 

Crop off the off Ear and a Square cut in the under sid of the near or left Ear, this is the fame Mark 

as was formerly his Gra[ndlfather Jacob Vanderbilt ^ , ,r- , 

Paul Mich — a 

[bottom of page missing] 

John lee 3 Cows 2 on yer old 2 hoges [ ?] 

Samuell Cortes 2 oxon 3 Cows on 3 ye ould on 2 year ould 2 of on year on two year ould hors on 
Maer 3 hoges 

John Corbete Aged 26 years or ther ABoutes testefyeth that as Briont was Meaking A stak of 
Corn and Christepher Jacobes said to Capten Bilup that he had Bought 15 swin of the men when he had 
Kiled som of them befoor and Bilup swore to Christepher tlint liis tonge was to long for his Chopes 
Chrstepher said it should Be longer It this was ABout the time when obadiah hulmes and danell still- 
well sould two to Capt Bilup 

sworn Be foor me Richard stillwell Justis 

on this 6 day of desember 1681 

Richmond County fs Decem'' the 20*" 1762 

Recorded at the Request of Mr. Cornelius Kroose the Ear Mark of his Cattle and sheep &c Vizt 
is two Slits under the Left Ear Being the same Mark that was formerly his Fathers Hendrick Kroose 
deceased By Paul Micheaii CFke 



34 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

pctcr balu def 
turner deft 

the Cort ordeth that the the plf shall Cep the Cow and the def pay the Chares 

garat plf 
turn def 

Cort order that the deft shall Be paid for what fence he haue mead f. plf R[?] 3' 

and 

the dc to be payd 1'" i" 6^ p 12 d*** 

Briont Bukoth Aged 30 year or ther A Bouts thestefieth that he kiled sow Marked with A Crop on 
the Right ear and A slitt in the Lef ear By Capten Bilupes order the winter be Befoor he sould two 
gooncs to obadiah Hulmes ami dancll stihvcU Christcphcr Jacobcs spok to me to me to tak nottes of the 
of the ^lark for we may be Cald in queston hear After It was Aithcr obadhs or danell still stilhv* •' and 
Afort T kiled thre in the two — ka — hous and As soon as thay war kilcd Capt Bilop Cott of thair ears 

Richmond County fs Recorded at the Particular request of Capt" Daniel Guyon, the 6"" day of 
December 1800, the Ear mark of his Cattle & Sheep &c Viz: is a piece Cut out of the End of the Left 
Ear and a half penny out of the under Side of the Same Ear By 

Joseph Ferine 
Capt Cornellios Clerk 

Corsson Constabll 
Edmund Arysmitth oiier sears 
Danill stillwell oucr scar 
on the 4 day of Aprcll 1681 

August Nathaniel Brittain Jun'' his Eare Mark Recorded aflitt In the Right Eare and a hole In 
ye 8 dav the left Eare 

1726 ' ^ Adam Mott Clerk 

August Recorded for John Rull his Eare Mark for his Cattle horsis and fheep Is two half penes 
ye II day under the left Eare and one half pene under the Right Eare 

1726 ■ ^ Ad Mott Clerk 

August Recorded for M'' Richard Merrill his Eare Mark for his horsis Cattle and Sheep Is a 

the 17 dav Crop on the left Eare and a hole In the fame Eare 

1726 ■ ^ Ad Mott Clerk 

August Recorded for Jacob Bennit his Eare Mark for his Cattle horsis and fheep Is a hole In 
ye 17 day the Right Eare and a Nick of the under fide of the left Eare 

1726 ' ^ Adam Mott Clerk 

August Recorded for John Jorney Jun'' his Eare Mark for his horsis Cattle and fheep a hole In 
ye 19 day the left Eare the mark of peter Bilew Recorded 

1726 ^T Ad Mott Clerk 

[top of page missing] 
Robert writ Credtt franses uslton debt 

tb S 

to ** pint of Rum i 

to galon of Malos 02 

to half pint of Rom . . . . . , . . . . . . . .006 

to on ***** of Room 00 

to galon of Room at 06 

to 8 pound of shuger 04 

Credett for 3 po ' i 



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RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 35 

Richmond County (s May the 24"' 1753 

A Strayed Young Huffer now in the K^eeping & Pofsefsion of Joiin Quin in the Man' of Castle 
Town in the County afd, of a Black Colour about two Years old, Entered the Day & Year abovefaid 

By Danl Corfen Clk 

Richmond County May the 26"^ 1760 

The Ear Mark of M'' Joshua Mersereau Jun'' Cattle and Sheep &c is a Crop at the End of the of? 
Ear and a Slit at the End of the near Ear &c This being formerly the Ear mark of John Mc[worn] 
Cattle &c who being now removed out of the Coun therefore the same is now Recorded for the said 
Jos Mersereau Jun"" By me 

Dan' Corfen 

[the edge of page is missing] 

[top of page missing] 

of the hy ways goeing [worn] mill on the south sid 

John Kingdom 



Alex"' Stuart 
John Kingdom 



Martenoe 






pernow 






Aron Jonson 






Lawes Lakeman 






Abraham Lewes 






georg Comans 






Richard Michell 






Isack See [Lee?] 






Peter Balew 






edward Marshall 






and his soon 






Joses Marlett 






Poules Marlett 






on the south side 


peter Johnson 


Mr. weles 






Mr Tailer 






Joseph Arismith 






william whitt 






M'' Beremame 






Jaret Clason 






Peter Peterson 






gorg Renals 






A Cout of Charges of the of the 


wettneses of molin 


the Constabll Chargres 13' 


00'' 


Andros Canon 3 


days 




Buselell 3 


days 




Per nowe 3 


days 




Martenoe 3 


days 




Clas smith 3 


days 





Jacob fYooly 



ACount of the parsons who war present at thetim[e] Apwinted to Concleud for the seting of the 
water fenc whoe Concleud that It [worn] wher It Is in sect 
[bottom of page gone ] 

[The following data of later date, here brought together, are scattered throughout the book, writ- 
ten on the lower halves of the pages] 

Richmond County fs September the i6"' Anno Domini 1762 

Whereas Complaint hath been made to us the Commifsioners or Surveyers of the road or high 
ways in the manor of Castle Town whose Names are hereunder written &c by A Pittion and Si.ijfned by 
John ITouscnian, Richard Dongan Daniel Corfen, Jacob Billyou Peter Van Name Edward Bush, James 
Totten, Richard Saunders, John Woglum William Blake, John Stiles, and Adam Smith for Alteration 



36 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

in the road and where brought to us by Peter Housman which runs from Richard Dongan to the Clove 
and where stopt by WilHam Spragg the AUeration where to be by John Hiseman Junior and tlie said 
Sprag, These are therefore to Certify that on the Complaint we met on the said road and took a View 
thereof and found it Convenient to make a small Alteration, whereas it run through the Land of John 
Hiseman Jun"', we have Laid it Between the said Hiseman and his father to the sd Spragg & so to ye 

Old road again which to the Clove, and we the Commifsioners do desire the said County to 

enter it on Record 



[bottom of page missing] 

[written on side of page lengthwise the following] 



Tunis Egberts 

Hcndrick Garrifon Commif. 

John Housman 



Richmond County fs March 30"' Annoq' Domini 1774 

Gilbert Tottons Ear Mark for his Cattle & Sheep &c is a Slit in the End of both Ears Viz' from 
the tip end down towards the head & a Half Moon on the upper part of the right Ear 

Entered the day & year above written By 

Paul Micheaii Clk 

Richmond County April 8"" 1762 

We the Commifsioners for the West Division whose Names are hereunto Subscribed Being meet 
at the Request of the freeholders to Regulate and Lay out high ways, have begun a road and Laid it 
out from the water side to a small Cherry tree marked two rods from the Bank above the Cove to the 
West side of the Cove by John Van Woglum Landing, and so running along the road as it now runs to 
the Line of Peter and Andries Woglum and then Rims Betwixt ye said Peter and Andries Direct as 
their Line Runs to a Large Black oak Tree in the Woods on the Top of a rising Ground and then 
turns somewhat to the Eastward and runs on a Direct Line to the Southeast Corner of Captain Heze- 
kiah Wright's Land, which is the North side of the Road, so by the Rear of said Wright, his rear being 
the North side of the sd Road then two rods to the South to a stake on John Mersero, and so along the 
south side of the Road to another Stake Betwixt John Mersereau and the Widow Johnson and a small 
Cherry tree marked by the said Widow Johnsons opposite her House, and so direct to the white oak 
mentioned bv Daniel Winants Deed and so runs by the front of said winant about Twelve foot to the 
North of a Pepprige Tree Standing Betwixt said Winant & Anthony Stoutenburgh it being the south 
side of the Road, and so along by Stoutenburgh as the Road Runs to the Road that runs Betwixt 
Stoutenburgh and James Seguin the whole Road now Laid Out from ye Afore Mention'd Place is to be 
two Rods in Breadth 

Witnefs our hands 

John Bedell 
John Grondain 
Jacob Rczeau 

Richmond County fs July 26'"^ 1771 

Mrs. Dawson Ear mark for her Cattle sheep hogs &c is a Slit down the right Ear and a Crop off 
the left Ear with a Slit under the Crop of said Ear Entered the day and year abovesaid by me 

Paul Micheau Clk 

Richmond County fs North deuefion March ye 28 day 1730 

Ethen Sears and frances Buddiue furuayers of the Kings Rode In the north deuefion of Rich 
Mond County haue furuayed and laid out a Rode as followeth — Beginning att the north Eaft Comer 
of Chriftian Corfens fence and Running from thence along by the faid Chriftians line of his pattent 
and aline of marked trees Marked by we furuayers of the Rode weft Eighteen degrees Notherly 
to the fouth Eaft Corner of John Taylors pattent and fo by the Reare of the faid Taylors pattent to 
the fouth Eaft Corner and from thence by the northweft fide of the faid pattent to the water side the 
Rode to be three Rods wide 

^Me 

Ad" Motl Clk Ethan Sayre 

fransois boden 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 37 

Comelis Dorland Eare mark Recorded this 2-j day of aprill 1728 a Crop one the neare Eare and a 
half peny of the under fide of the ofe Eare and anic'k one the uper fide fame Eare oiier against the 
halfpeny Recorded %^ 

Ad I\Iott Clerk 

Richmond County August the 20"" 1764 

Mr. Samuel ten Eycks Ear Mark for his Horfes, Cattle and Sheep &c. Is a Crop oflf the Right 
Ear and a Slitt right down the same and a half moon on the upper side of same Ear — Entered the 
Day and year abovesaid 

^ Paul Micheau Clk 

Richmond County fs July the is"" Day 1757 

Strayed from the Owner & now in the Pofsefsion & Keeping of James Royan at the Glebe Land, 
a Brindle Stear without any Ear Mark & about fifteen ^ilonths old. Entered the Dav & Year above- 
faid 

By Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs Feb'^^ the s"" 1761 

Then Recorded at the Request of Mr. Oliver Taylors the Ear Mark of his Cattle Sheep &c which 
is as follows: Viz' a Crop of the End of the off Ear entered the day and Year first above Written. 

By Paul Micheau Clk 

Richmond County fs the iS"" may 1761 

Then Recorded at the Request of Mr. Charles Jandain the Ear mark of his Cattle, Sheep &c, whicli 
is as follows Viz' a Latch on the Near Ear to witt on the under side thereof Enterd the Day and 
year first above written ^ 

Paul Micheau Clk 

Richmond County fs April the S**" Day 1754 

By virtue of an Act of General Afsembly of the Province of New York entituled, an Act for 
the better clearing, regulating & further laying out Publick Highways in King's County, Queen's 
County, Richmond County & Orange County &c. We the Commifsioners for laying out Publick 
Highways in the W' est Precinct of the County of Richmond, aforesaid, do lay out, a certain publick 
Highway, as follows, Viz. Beginning at the Meadow side at a place called & known by the Name of 
Cedar Bush near the House of Abraham Cold, Blacksmith, and runs from thence as the Road 
now runs between the Land of John Marshel and the Land of Abraham Parlier & Isaac Cold unlil it 
comes to the Rear of the Smoaking Point Lott's, fo called or to the Highway laid out at the Rear of 
fd Lotts from thence running by the Line of Anthony Stoutenburrugh as his Land runs to the Rear 
of his Lott of Land, the fd Road to come out of the Patent of David Mersereau, and from thence bear- 
ing fomething to the Right hand through the Land now in Pofsefsion of Lawrence More until it 
comes to the Main Road that leads from the Narrows to Amboy-Ferry commonly called the New 
Road, being two Rods in Breadth from the fd Meadow side of the aforesd new road, Given under 
our Hands the Day and Date above written 

Anthony \V right 

Benj" Seaman 

Peter Andrewocl [Androvette] 

Richmond County fs March the 30"" Annoq" 1774 

Paul Micheau, his Ear Mark for his Cattle & Sheep &c is a Latch on the right Ear to Wit, on 
the upper side thereof Entered the day and year abovesaid 

By Paul Micheau Clk 

Richmond Coimty March the 30"" Annoq° Domnii 1774 

Thomas Taylors Ear Mark for his Cattle Sheep &c is a Crop of? the right Ear being the mark 
that formerly belonged to his father Oliver Taylor Deceasd as appears by the record Entered the 
day and year abovesd 

Paul Miche [page missing] 



3? HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Richmond County fs August the 17*'' A. D. 1756 

By virtue of an Act of General Afsembly of the Province of New York, Entituled, an Act for the 
better clearing, regulating, & further laying out publick Highways in King's County, Queen's County, 
Richmond County, & Orange County &c We the Commifsioners for laying out publick Highways in 
the Manour of Castle Town, Within the fd County of Richmond do lay out, a certain publick Highway, 
as follows, viz Beginning at the Corner of Coll Dongan's lower Grist Mill, and runs from thence along 
tlie old Road or Path, commonly called the Mill Road, as it now runs, through the Land now pof- 
sest by the faid Coll Dongan and others to the Clove, and fo through the Clove along the Land now 
in the Pofsefsion of Barent Martlinghs Jun'' into the Main Road that leads from the Narrows to Perth 
Amboy Ferry commonly called the New Road, the fd Road being layd out two Rods in Breadth from 
the fd Mill, to the fd I\Iain Road, Given under ourHands the Day and Year above Written 
Entered the Day & Year abovefd 

By me The' Dongan 

Dan' Corfen Clk Tunes Egberts Commifs'* 

his 

William X Sprag 

mark 

Richmond County fs April the iq"" Day 1754 

By virtue of an Act of Genl Afsembly of theProvince of New York, Entituled, an Act for the 
better clearing, regulating, and further laying out publick Highways in King's County, Queen's 
County, Richmond County & Orange County, &c We the Commifsioners for the laying out Pub- 
lick Highways in the North Precinct of the County of Richmond aforesaid, do at ye Request of 
Joseph Bedell Esq'' & Abraham Lakeman & others, &c lay out a certain Highway, in the fd Pre- 
cinct, as follows. Viz Beginning at the North side of a Stone Fence by the Land of fd Joseph Bedell 
Esq'' runing from thence, through Mr. Stephen Wood's Land, Easterly along the fd Stone Fence, as 
it now stands, to the End thereof, near a Run of Water, runing from thence Ten Feet to the North- 
ward of a Wild Cherry Tree, from thence to the Northwest Corner of the Coemetery or Church Yard & 
so along the fd Coemetery or Church Yard to the Road or highway that runs to Richmond Town, 
The fd Road or highway to extend in Breadth to ye northward Twenty Foot &c. In Witnefs whereof 
we have hereunto Set Our Hands ye Day & Year abovefaid 

Entered the Day & Year abovefd Otto Van Suy [ ?] 

By me Peter Decker Commif' 

Dan' Corfen Clk Aron Van Name 

Richm'' County Xber the 29"' 1748 

Whereas We the Commifsioners for laying out publick High Ways in the North Precinct or Di- 
vifion of the County of Richmond, as well as the Freeholders & Inhabitants thereof, do think it 
Necefsary & convenient, that there be a publick Landing Place at at the Wharf or Dock of Joseph Ralph 
at the North Side of Staten Island, for the Benefit, ufe & Behoof of the Freeholders & Inhabitants, 
as alfo for the Ufe & Behoof of all Travellers, Flis Majesty's loyal Subjects, therefore it feemeth 
Necefsary & Convenient unto us alfo. That a publick high Road be laved out, leading thereunto. 
And in Order thereto We the fd Commifsioners, By virtue of an Act of His Excelly. the Govern^ the 
Council & Gen' Afsembly of the Province of New York, & the Power & Authority therein given 
us, do, by the Confent of y'' fd Joseph Ralph, lay out the fd Road as follows, Viz. Begining at y^ 
High way that is layd out along ye North fide of, Staten Island & East four Rods from fd Joseph 
Ralph's Dock or Wharf from thence North to Low Water's Mark of Kill Van Cull, & from thence 
westerly along the fd Kill Van Cull, thirty Rods or there abouts to a great Rock or Stone ftanding 
on Low Water's Mark, bounded North by Low Water's Mark, South by the aforesd Road, the fd 
Road to Contain three Rods in Breadth &c. In Witnefs whereof the f Have hereunto Set Our Hands 
this 27*'' Day of Xber 1748 fredrick berge [?] 

Entered the Day & Year abovefd S. [ ?] Dupuy Commifion^' 

^/ Dan' Corfen Qk 

Richmond County fs May the 4"" Day 1759 

Strayed from the Owner & now in the Pofsefsion & Keeping of William Johnson at the West Pre- 
cinct, A Bay coloured Mare, about three years old & Yoked, A natural Pacer, &c Entered the Day 
& Year abovesaid Bv Dan' Corfen Clk 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 39 

Richm'^ County June ye 11*'' Day 1747 

David Mercheraux's Ear Mark for his Horse Kind, Cattle & Sheep &c is a Slit in ye Uppermost 
part of Each Ear downward, &. a Half penny at y' lower part of ye off Ear, Entered ye Day & Year 
abovefd 

^' Dan" Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs 7ber ye 10"' Day 1753 

Mr. Johannes De Grootts Ear Alark for his Horfe Kind, Cattle, & Sheep &c. is a Crop on the End of 
the Right or of Ear with two Slits y^ One above & the other below ye fd Crop towards ye head in the 
fame Ear, Entered ye Day & Year first abovefaid 

By Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs fep ye 19 day 1729 

Then Recorded for Ethon fears of the north prefcinct of the faid County the Eare Mark for his 
CatteJ, horses and fheepe aflope Cut one the under fide of Each Eare Recorded 

^ me Ad"" Mott Clk 

Richmond County June the ii"" Day 1742 

Mr. Nicholas Larzelere Jun'' his Ear Mark for his Horfe Kind, Cattle & Sheep &c is a Crop on the 
Right Ear at the End, & a half Moon on the upper part of the Left or near Ear, Entered the Day & 
Year abovefaid 

^' Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County March y' 28 day 1730 

A Rode Laid out by Ethan feers and francis Buddine furuayors Chofen and appoynted by the 
north prefcinct of the County of Richmond a boue faid beginning by fimon Vanames Land Running 
along by Jofeph Kerles [ ?] Land lo ouer a Certain Brige formerly RIade fo along by bucks Hill Run- 
ning fum part one the Land of the faid francis buddine and then betwen the Land of ben Jaman bedle and 
the Land of nicholas ftillwell by a Range of Marked trees and from thence along by the weft End of John 
Lifks houfe fo along between the faid John Lifks houfe and old James Lifks houfe as the Rode now 
Runs to the Maine Rode In the fouth deuifion The Rode as aboue Recorded was Laid out by us whofe 
names are hereunto fubfcribed 

^ Me Ad"" Mott Clk Ethan Sayre 

fransois boden 

Recorded the following ear mark of Mr. Henry Ferine the first day of May on thoufand eight 
Hundred & Six 

Richmond County the first day of May 1806 — the Ear Mark of the Cattle, Hogs & Sheep of Henry 
Ferine of the Town of South field, in said County are as follows : A half penny out of the under part of 
the left Ear and a Slit in the End of the right Ear, and I do request that the Same may be Recorded 

Henry Ferine 

Recorded the following Ear Mark of M'^ Joseph Ferine the first day of may 1806 
Richmond County the first dav of May 1806 

The Ear Mark, of the Cattle Hogs & Sheep of Joseph Ferine of the Town of Southfield in Said 
County — Is as follows— the End of the Left Ear cut off— and a half penny in the under Side of the Right 
Ear and I do request that the Same may be Recorded 

Joseph Ferine 

Richmond County fs June 5*'' 1767 

Recorded at the Request of Henry Johnson Son of Nath' Johnson the Ear Mark of his Cattle Sheep 
&c which is as follows A'iz' a Latch on the Top of the right Ear, and a half penny under the same Ear 

Entered the Day and year abovesaid 

^■^ Faul Micheau Clk 

Tlie following Rece* was recorded for Christian Corfen the 19"" Day of October anno 1720 
Newyork the 9"" of Desemb'' 1717 

Reced then of m'' Christian Corfen thirty seuen bufhels of Winter wheat being in full for Quit Rent 
for a parsel of Land q* one hundred and fforty one acres in Richmond County granted to Ananias Turner 



40 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

in the year 1680 Decemb'' is**" I say Received in full from that Time to the 15"" of this prfent Decemb 

1717 

J Dixonf ColK & Rer. 
T,J bufh wheat 

Richmond County fs January 31^' 1769 Mr Barnt Slaght Son of Hendrick Slaght his Ear mark 
for his cattle, sheep and hogs is a Swallow fork in the Right Ear Entered the day and year above said 
being the Ear mark of his father Hendrick Slaght deceased 

Paul Micheau Clk 

Richmond County May the 21"^ Anno Domini 1760 

Then Recorded ^Ir. Richard Dongan's Ear mark, for his Horfes, Cattle and Sheep Mz' A Crop of 
the left Ear and a Slit in the same Entered the Day and year iirst above written 

Richmond County fs Feb'' the 28"" 1750 

Then Recorded I\Ir. Samuel Xorris's Ear Mark for his Horfes, Cattle & Sheep, Vizc Two Slitts on 
the End of the ofT Ear towards the Head, Entered the Dav & Year first above written 

%?■■ Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs May the 2^ 1752 

Then recorded Mr. Johannes Post's Ear Mark for his Horfes, Cattle & Sheep, Vizc a half Penny 
at the under Part of Each Ear, Entered the Dav & Year first above written 

^■^ Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs Jan the 9"" 1754 

Then recorded M" Neeltie Hagewortl's [Hageworth's?] Ear Mark for her Horfes, Cattle & Sheep, 
Viz A Crop on the near Ear, Entered the Day & vear first above written 

By Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richm* County May the s"' 1749 

Bv virtue of an Act of Gen' Afsembly of the Province of New York, entituled, an Act for the better 
clearing, regulating, & further laying out publick Highways in King's County, Queen's County, Rich- 
mond Countv & Orange County &c We the Connnifsioners for laying out publick Highways in the 
North Precinct of the County of Richmond aforesd do lay out a certain publick High way as follow' Viz 
Begining at the Swinging Gate which Cornelius Corsen placed on the Highway runingto the Narrows, 
and runing from thence along the fd Road or Highway to the Gullet, & so up the Hill a little above the old 
Road to the Notch in the fd Hill, and so along the Foot of the Hill as the Trees are marked to the new 
Fence, & so along the New Fence aforefd where the faid Road is now cleared until it runs into the fd old 
Road, The fd Highway or Road to contain three Rods in breadth, (S:c In Witnefs vvhereof we have here- 
unto Set our Hands this Day & year abovefaid 

Entered the Day & Year abovefd 

^■^ Dan' Corfen Clk Matthew Decker 

Commif" Joseph Arrosmith 



Richmond County March 5'" 1796 

Then recorded at the Request of Mr Garret Ellis, of the Town of Westfield his Ear mark for his 
Cattle and Sheep; which is as follows. A halfpenny on the I'nder Side of the left Ear, and a Slit in 
the Under Side of the Right Year, being formerly the Ear mark of George Comons 

Abr" Bancker Clk 

Richmond County Town of South field 

I John Goar of the Town of South field in faid County of Richmond, do hereby Set fourth, the Ear 
mark of mv Horn Cattle. Sheep and Hogs — tn wit— a Cropj) ofl' of the right Ear to be my mark and I 
further request the Same to be Entered on the Records of the faid County, as witnefs my hand this 
eighth day of June One thnusanil eight Hundred and Eleven 

Entered on Record the io"= day of June 181 1 John Goar 

By Joseph Ferine Clk 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 4t 

Richmond County fs Aug' the 30"" 1756 

Then recorded at the Request of \l^ Daniel Wynants the Ear Mark of liis Cattle & Sheep which is 
as follows, \'iz' A Crop on the End of the near Ear with a Slit in the Same, and a Lilly at the End of 
the off Ear, Entered the Day & Year abovefd 

^' me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richm^ County x'"' y^^ 1745 

Recorded at y* Request of ]\P Philip Donley the Ear Mark of his Cattle & Sheep which is as fol- 
lows, viz' A Swallow Fork in the Near Ear & a half penny in the upper Side of the Same Ear, Entered 
the Dav & Year abovefd 

^ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County August 28"" 1760 

Recorded at y' Request of Mr. George Wood the Ear mark of his Cattle & .Sheep, which is as fol- 
lows, vizt a slit at the End of the near ear Cut towards the Head, Entered the Dav & Year above said 

By Dan' Corfen Clk 

May the 23'' 1745 

The Ear Mark of the Cattle of Adam Smith is Three Slits in y^ under part of the off Ear, Entered 

^ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

RichnV' County May the 13*'' Day 1749 

Recorded at the Request of Job \'alentine the Ear Mark of His Horfes, Cattle & Sheep, as fol- 
lows, to wit, A Swallow Fork at the End of Each Ear &c Entered the Dav & Year lirst above fd 

~^'- Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs April! the i"' day 1729 

By vertue of an act of the Generall afembly of the proiience of new York paft In the fecond year of 
our prefent Magistis Reign Entitled an act for Reguleating fencis for the feuerall Cities & Countyes 
within this Colony of new York 

It waf among other things Inacted that the freeholders are Empowered by the jMogirity of uotes to 
Mack and Eftablifh fuch prodencial orders. Rules and derections for Impoundmg of all Planner of 
Cattel or Cretures as the fhall Judge Most proper and Conuenaint by iiertue of which act the free- 
holders of the weft prefcinct of the County aboue faid by ]Magirity of uotes Haue agreed that no horfe 
Gelding Mare nor Colte fhall be fuffered to Run at Large or be turned Into the Rode by any perfon or 
persons and if any person or perfons fhall prefume to turne any horfe Gelding Mare or Colte Into the 
highway or unimproued Lands fo that they May be Lickly to breack Into any perfon or perfons Land 
orchards Gardins or Aleadow any person or perfons finding any fuch horfe Gelding Mare or Colt Run- 
ning at Large as aboue faid May Lawfully Impound them In the Compound In the faid Deuifion or If 
the horfes Geldings Mares or Colts Running at Large as abouefaid fhall breack Into any freeholders 
Lands aboue Menfhoned the freeholders fo aGrceued Alay Lawfully Impound them as aforefaid and Re- 
couer the damiges L'fually taken In fuch Cafes notwithftanding the Infoficiancy of the perfons fences 
fo aGrieued as aforefd Entred a Cording to order of the Juftices 

^ Ad" Mott Clk 

Richmond fs May ye 11*'' 1745 

John \'eldtman's Mark for his Cattle &c is a crop in the left Or near Ear, & one Slit in the Same 
Ear, Entered at ye Request of the fd John Veldtman the Day & Year first above written 

^ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs Feb'' the T2*'' Day 1755 

Then recorded at the Request of Mr. Gerardus Beekman the Ear ^Mark of his Cattle & Sheep &r 
viz A Crop on the left or near Ear, and two Slits in the fd Ear. this beine formerly the Ear Mark of 
Johannes Rreftccde's Cattle &c as appears by the Record in this Book Pag* 66, who is now removed out 
of this County. Entered the Day & Year abovefaid 

By me Dan' Corfen Clk 

this following Receipt is Record for William Edinfield the 24"' day of feberuary I "24/5 
Recieved of william Edenfield of the County of Richmond Tavler the Sum of thirty five pounds 
Curant moneys of new York which being in full Satisfaction upon the account of my father mark dufof- 



^j HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

ways Estat and upon all accounts of my own from the begining of the world to Ais day I Say Recieved 
by me this 29"' day of July Annoq Domm 1724 ^^^ J [ ?] D Dufofway 

wittnefs mark 

Abraham cole 

Richmond County 1 ^ f^^ ATr Trnh Snrafrsr Is now marked for his Son Mr. 

The Ear mark that was formerly marked for Mr. J cob bpragg, is now 

Joseph Spragg, May the I9"> 1760 

Then Recorded for Mr. Joseph Spragg the Ear mark of ^is Horfes CaUk and Shee^ of 

the under side of the Right ear and a halfpenny on the under side of the left E^^^^^^°;r?;offL Clk 

J-"?S T:^:^SL Ju^Hj^s he.m.d. ^^nd hj.r.^d.r t^ 

and Prefon for the vse of the County foreuer ^^^^pj^ ^.jj^pp 

John Stillwell 

his 

Abraham A Lakeman 

mark 

12 day Ad" Mott Clk 

Ear Entered ye Day & Year abovefd ^^ j^^^^i Corfen Clk 

''"Rec:rd;.Uor a'brail. Mannet his Eare Mark for his Cretures Is a half pene one the under fide of 
the left Eare and a Nick under the half pene one the fame b-are ^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

'^^teJ^rd^dtr ^el^S Boogart his Eare mark for his Cretures is a Swallow fork ^e^Je^ight^re 

"-''Vii^l^nULs Remoued out of this County hendrick (laght takes his Mark for his Crea- 
tures (to witt) a fwallow fork on the Right Eare ^ ^^„ -^^^^^ ^^Ik 

^^^^^::;f r£S at J^^^J^l^t. "^.^^^f^ .^k of h. Hone kind, Cattle . Sheep 
&c \?z a Hole in the Right o'r off Ear, Entered the Day & Year Abovefa.d ^ ^^^, ^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

Richmond County fs April ye i dav 1729 ,. ^refcinct being "Met and 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 43 

his prefent Magisti George the fecond King of Create brittain Intitled an act for Reguleating fencis for 
the feuerall Cyties & Countys witliin the Colony of New York 

They haue agreed by Magirity of uotes that any person or persons within the weft prefcinct of the 
County aboiiefaid that fhall haue any ueet Cattell horfes Geldings fheep Mares or Colts In there Re- 
fpecttiue pofsefsions or In Cloft Lands after the first day of Defember In Euery year that fhall not be his 
own and fhall not Giue an axact a Count of there and Euery of there naterall and artificiont Markcs 
and Culler to abraham Cole Efq'' on or before the first day of defember as abode faid fhall be lyable to 
the fame paine and pcnnalty ]\Ienfhoned In an act ofGeneral'l afsembly Intitled an act for thelncuring[?] 
the Returning of neate Cattel and fheepe to there owners and the owners of fuch Cattel fheep or horsis 
as a boue faid fo finding the I^.Iark of his Creture brought Into the faid abraham Cole fhall pay to the 
faid abraham Cole for his pains In takeing down the Mark as abode faid the sum of Six pence Recorded 
a Cording to order of the Justices prefent 

[edge of page missing] Ad™ Mott 

Richmond County April the 30"^ Day Anno 1740 

Then recorded at the Requeft of M'' Peter Martling the Ear Mark of his Horfe kind, Cattle and 
Sheep &c Viz. A Crop of the Right Ear at y" End, and half a Circle or a half Moon in the under part 
of the Left Ear, Entered the Day & Year abovefaid 

^■- me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County Auguft the 15"" Day Anno Domini 1740 

Mr Johannes Breefteede's Mark for his Horfes & Cattle &c is a Crop in the Left or Near Ear, And 
Two Slits in the S'' Ear. This being the Ear Mark which his Grandfather John Staats, deceafed, had 
as appears by the Record of this Book in Pag 128, And, is now recorded at the Requeft of the Sd 
Johannes Brefteede for himfelf ; Entered the Day and Year Above Said 

^'' me Dan' Corfen Clk 

1729 Then Recorded for Mr. Jacob fpragg the Earemark for his horfes and Cattel and fheep a 

June flipe of the under fide of the Right Eare and a halfpeney one the under fide of the Left 

ye 12 day Eare Recorded ^ me 

Ad™ Mott Clk 

Nouember Then Recorded for Mr fimon bogart the Eare Mark for his horfes Cattell and fheep and 

ye 25 day other Creatures afwallow fork of the Right Eare and a hole In the fame Eare the faid 

1729 Mark aboue menfhoned to ftand and Remain to the faid fimon bogart and his heirs for Euer 

^ me 
Ad™ Mott Clk 

Richmond County Auguft the 18''' Day Anno Domini 1740 

Mr. Aris Ryertze's Mark for his Horfe kind, Cattle & Sheep &c is A Crop on the Right Ear & a 
Hole in the Left or near Ear; This being the Ear Mark which Ifaac Van Tuyl, deceafed, had for his 
Cattle as Appears by the Records thereof in this Book pag: 131, And is now recorded at the Requeft of 
the Sd Aris Ryertze for himself ; Entered the Day & Year abovefaid 

%?■■ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Recorded for and at the request of Mr. Jefse Morgan, the Seventeenth day of November in the year 
of our Lord One thoufand Eight Hundred & thirteen 1813 

The Ear Mark of Jefse Morgan of the Town of West field in the County of Richmond & State of 
New York of his Cattle, Sheep & Hogs are as follows — to wit — A half penny in the under part of the 
right ear, to be his mark, as witnefs my hand this 17"' day of November 1813 

By Joseph Perine Clk Jeffe Morgan 

May ye 28"^ day 1732 

Then Recorded for Mr Chriftian Corfen the Eare Mark for his horfes Cattel and fheep is a Crop on 
the left Eare and aflit In the Right Eare at the End 

39 me Ad™ Mott Ok 



44 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Anno 1739-40 The Mark or Brand of the Above-laid Chriftian Corfen for his Horfe Kind is the 
Febnr'' ye 18"" Near Thigh branded with the Letter K Entered in the Records the Day & Year as 
in the Margin 

^' me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County Aug' the 7"" Day Anno Dom. 175 1 

M'' Abraham Prall's Mark for his Horfes, Cattle &: Sheep, &c is a Sht in the Upper Part of Each 
Ear, Entered the Dav & Year first above written, at the Request of the fd Abraham Frail 

^ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs March the 22^^ day 1728/9 

A Rode Laid out by Lewis deboys Efq'' and Isroel dusofoy persons nominated and appointed by 
Magirity of notes by the free holders and Inhabitance of the weft prefenct of the County of iiichmond a 
boiie faid by Vertue of an act of general! Asfembly of this prouince Made In the year of our Lord one 
thousand feuen hundred and twenty one Intitled an act for the better Clearing and further Laying out 
highways beginning by the Gole or gaile at Richmond town fo Running to the north fide of a Certain 
pond In the laid town and from thence Eafterly betv.-en the Land of Mr. william tillyer and Chads 
Garritson that Is to fay one Rocid and a half upon william tiUyers Land and one Rodd and a half upon 
Charls Garritsons Land being In the whole three Rodds In wedth fo keeping the fame Corfe and withe 
as a boue faid to the fouth prefinct and Whereas the a boiie named persons (to wit) Louis deboys & 
Isreal Difaway haue thought the aboue Rode More Commodious and Coniieniant for traiiillers and the 
freeholders of the faid County then the Rode that now Runs one the fouth fide of the aboiie faid pond 
that Leads from Richmond town to ftoney brook formerly Laid out by Mr. Joseph billopp Jaquas 
pillion & nicholas Manning they the faid Lewis deboys and Isreal Disafway Do order and alow the 
faid Charles Garritson to flop up the faid Rode and take It In his pofsefion In Lue of the aboue 
Menshoned Rode Lewis Du Bois 

Ifoff [Israel] Dufofoy 

Richmond County October ye 30 day 1730 

Then Recorded for Mr. alexfander lisk the Eare Mark for his Cattel and fheep and horfes is a 
half peney on the upper fide of the offe Eare being the Mark of phillip Kozene [or Kezeire] 

%^ me Ad-" Mott Clk 

Richmond County June the 22'' Day Anno Dom 1743 

Mr. John Brown's Mark for his Horfes & Cattle &c is a Hole in Each Ear with a Crop on the 
Near Ear, This being the Ear — Mark which George Crown & Rick Rickofon had for their Cattle &c. 
as appears by the Record thereof in this Book pag^. 128 & is Now recorded at y° Request of ye 
fd John Brown for hinifelf, Entered the Day & Year abovefd 

^ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County Decemb'' the 13*'' Day 1743 

John Van Pelt's Sen'' Mark for his Cattle &c. is two Sli'^ right down the left Ear with a half Crop 
on the under Side of the Right Ear. This being the Ear Mark which appears by the Record there of 
in this Book Pag" 119, & is now recorded at ye Request of ye fd John Van Pelt for himself Entered 
the Day & Year abovefd 

^ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

ffebruary ye [3 or 5] day 1729 

Then Recorded for M'' filuenus femans the Eare Mark for his horfes Cattel and fheep a half pene 
one the uper fide of the Left Eare 

tp me Ad" Mott 

Richmond County fs October ye 5 day 1730 

Then Recorded for Mr. Abraham Croclieron of the faid County of Richmond and his heirs the 
Eare Mark for his Cretures Viz his Cattel horfes and fheep a fwallow forke one the Neare Eare Re- 
corded ^ me Ad" Mott Clk 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 45 

febniar}- ye Then Recorded for :\Ir. Johonas pryer the Eare Mark for his Cretures is a flitt one the 
12 day 1730 top of the neare Eare 

^ Ad-" Mott Clk 

Richmond County f December ye 28"" 1762 

Recorded at the Request of Mr. Lawrence Romer the Ear Mark of his Cattle, Horses and Sheep 
&c Viz' is two Slits right down the left Ear with a half Crop on the under side of the right Ear This 
being the Ear mark which was formerly John Vanpelt Sen-- as appears by the record thereof in this 
Book Page 75 — Entered the Day and Year Above Written 

By Paul Micheau Clk 

august 16 day Then Recorded for Mr. Albart Rickman his Earemark for his Cattel horses and 
1728 fheep a hole In the Right Eare and a half pene under the Left Eare 

^ Ad Mott Clk 

august Then Recorded for Mr. peter andriant [andriuat?] his Eare mark for his Cattell 

16 day 1728 horfes and fheep Is a Crope of the Neare Eare and two half penes under the ofife Eare 

^ Ad Mott Clk 
Richm'J County Sep' the 8'" 1746 

Then recorded for Mr. Joseph Carrel the Ear Mark of his Cattle & Sheep, Viz A Swallow Fork 
on the Near Ear & a Lacth on the off Ear &c enter'd the Day & Year abovefd 

^■^ Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richm'' County May the 28*'' 1748 

Then recorded for Mr. Benjamin Seamans the Ear Mark of his Cattle & Sheep, Viz* A Lacth on 
the Near Ear, to wit, on the Upper Side thereof &c Entered the Day & Year Abovefd 

^' Dan' Corfen Clk 

august Recorded for Nicholas Lazeriere his Eare Mark for his horsis Cattle and .Sheep a Crop 

the 20 day on the Right Eare and a half peny of the under Side of the left Eare Recorded 

1726 W Ad. Mott Clerk 

Septem Recorded for henry Day his Eare Mark for his horsis, Cattle and fheep Is two half penis 

Ber 14 day of the Vnder fide of Each Eare the mark formerly belonging to Barnt tifs 

1726 %^'' Ad Mott Clerk 

desem'- Recorded for M". Margrit Lecounteher Eare Mark for her Cattle fheep and horsis a 
ye It; day hole In the Left Eare ^ 

^ 1726 ^ Ad Mott Qerk 

desem'- Recorded for Matthise Van Brakel his Eare Mark for his Cattle horsis and fheep Is two 

ye 20 day Nicks on Each fide of the Neare Eare ^ Ad Mott Uent 

1726 

Desem-- Recorded for Cornells Winont his Eare Mark for his horsis Cattle and fheep Is a half 
ve 20 dav peny on the under fide of the Left Eare the Mark of Ben Jaman Corson 
• j-,26 - ' -^ ^ Ad iSIott Clerk 

Richmond County March the 3'" Dav Anno Doni. 1739-40 , • tt r 

Recorded the INIark or Brand of Tuftice John Vc2:hte which the faid Veghtt Ufes for lus Horfe 
kind & Cattle &c. The Brand is in" the Form of A Heart, & exactly anfwerable to this Figure | a 
heart: also one in marein] and that in the Margin, & is to be seen on the Near Thigh, thus branded, 
the Ear Mark of the faid John Veghte's Cattle &c is as appears by the Record thereof pag= 135 

Entered the Day and Year aforefd ,^ , ^ r o,, 

aS"- me Dan' Corfen Clk 



46 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Ditto 

Recorded at the Requeft of Air. Frederick Berge the Ear Mark of his Horfe kind, Cattle & 
Sheep &c. \'iz. A S\vallo\v-tai! at the end of tlie Right Ear, and a half moon or Half a Circle in the 
upper part of the Left Ear. Entered the Day & Year abovefaid 

9)'- Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County March the 31'" Day Anno Dom-1740 

Then recorded at the Requeft of j\Ir. Abraham Egberts the Ear Mark of his Horfe kind. Cattle 
and Sheep &c. Viz. A Slope of the upper part of the Left Ear, and another Slope cut of the under part 
of the fame Ear, c: also two Slits at the End of the fd left Ear cut towards the Head, Entered the Day 
& Year abovefaid 

^■^ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County May the 3'''' Day Anno Dom-1740 

Then recorded at the Requeft of M"' John Quin the Ear Mark of his Horfe kind. Cattle & Sheep 
&c Viz A Crop of the Right or off Ear, i. s. [i. e.?] the off ear cropcd and a half moon or Half a Circle 
in the upper part of the Near Ear, Entered the Day and Year abovefaid 

^' Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs August the 12^'= 1774 

Then Recorded at the request of M'' Adrian Bancker the Ear Mark of his Cattle Sheep &c which 
is as follows, a Swallow fork at the end of the Left Ear : Entered the Dav and Year above \\'riUen 

by Paul Micheau Clk 

Account of the Roads opened to the meaddows and mill opened by Cornells Egmond and John 
Lovin Surveyors of the high ways 

Begineng att the highway by the great swamp att the Corner of Abraham Brouwers Land 
wich was formerly Dan jell Shot wells begineng att a great white oak tree standing in the Road way 
now to the Swamp and Runing along the said Abrahams Brouwers Land the breadth of two rodd 
between the said Brouwers Land and Lovins I^nd down to the Brook by the meaddows and then 
over the Said Brook along the old parth to a small black oak tree where Dannel Shotwell formerly had 
a Swinging gate neare to the ready Cove by the pyne tree Swamp one Rodd Runing along the old 
parth to the mill as formerly has bene and the out Road Runing from the Said small black oak tree 
between the Redy Cove and the point tree Swamp along the old parth to the meaddows of Jacobus 
Creafen and Fredrick bergen and Joris neefpes along the old parth as it hath always beane [space] 
by them to the said meaddows 

Recorded this above inftrument Cornells Egmond Surveyors 

the thirtieth day of march 1723 John Lovin 

A Road Laid out by John Kingsbury and pieter ryke Sworn Surueyors of the high ways sept' 
26"' 1716 Runing from tillyers hill a tree markt with a Cros by the Road Commen for Carles neck to 
the englifh Church foe runing north true Boks hill between the line of Dongan aliven [?] and Jo- 
seph berstido as it is markt and So to the line of Cap' mannings Land an So along the line on the 
\\cst Side of the line to the north Weft Corner of Sd line and northerly between Jacob gramoos house 
and Chope [?] and so to the gate by the Clove Road and so down to the mill as also a Covenient 
Landing by the mill 

Surveyors John Kingburj' 
piter Ryke 

february Then Recorded for John andruant [?] the Fare Mark for his Cattell and fheep and 

16'" day horsis Is a Crop one the Left Eare and a nick on the Vnder fide of Right Fare Entred 



1726/7 



^ Ad Mott Qerk 



february Then Recorded for Daniel Bagley the Eare Mark for his Cattle horsis and fheep a 

16"" day f wallow forke of the Right Eare and a Slit In Same a half pene of the Vnder fide of the 

1726/7 Left Eare — Recorded 

^ Ad Mott Clerk 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 47 

Richmond County Januar. the is"" Day Anno Dom-1740-i 

Then recorded at the Requeft of Jacob Corfen Juni"' the Ear Mark of his Horfe kind, Cattle & 
Sheep &c. Viz. A Crop of the left Ear, i. s. [i. e.?] the Near Ear croped, with a half-Moon or half a 
Circle in the under part of the faid Near Ear, and A Slit at the End of the Right or off Ear cut to- 
wards the Head, Entered the Day & Year abovefaid 

^'- Dan' Corfen Clk 

Philad" June ll"' 1712 

Rec** of George Green the full Sum of ten pounds curr' money of Newyork on Acct of a Bond 
between me and the Sd George Green and in full of all acc'° I say Reed 
Testes ^ me 

Richd Cook Paulus Maneitz [?] 

Anthony Hartla [?] 
The above Rect or acknowledgmt was recorded the 23'' day Decemb"' 1718 

^ me Waif Dongan Clk 

Richmond County 

To all to whom thefe p'"fents shall come or may concern peter Rezeau of the County of Richmond 
Esq"' Sends Greeting Know ye that I the Said peter Rezeau for divers good and reafonable Caufes me 
thereunto moving haue publifhed the following Declaracon That is to Say that after the puhlicacon 
hereof I will not pay or caufe to be paid to any perfon or perfons whomfoeuer any Sum or Sums of 
money for any goods Sold to or any moneys Lent to my wife Dorcas Rezeau or which at any time here- 
after shall be by them Sold or Lent to the Said Dorcas in my Name or upon my Ace' and alfo if any per- 
fon or perfons Shall hereafter buy or take into their or any of their Custody any of the goods or Chattels 
belonging unto me that as Soon as Notice is had thereof I will profecute eijery Such pfon or pfons being 
of the Same convicted [ ?] to the utmoft of my power untill They shall make Reftitucon thereof witnefe 
my hand this Second day of July Anno Doni 1718 

The above Declaracon was record- Peter Rezeau 

ed for IM'' Rezeau the 20"' [or 
30""] day of Augt — 17 19 



Richmond County fs February the 28"" 1761 

Then Recorded At the Request of Mr. Lewis Grondain the Ear Mark of his Cattle & Sheep 
\'iz' A Crop off the Right Ear and two Slits in the Left ear from the end right down towards the head 
this being the Same mark that his father John Grondain now marks with Entered the day and Year 
first above written 

per me Paul Micheau Clk 

The following Inftrumt was recorded for the furiieyors of the high Ways of the West Divifion 
of the County of Richmond and for year 1719 This 21 Day of March 1719-20 

Memorandum the 19"' Day of March 170^ That it is thought fit by us whofe names are here- 
under written that there be a conven' Landing place at the Southweft Side of James Dy's Barn in 
the S"' weft Divifion at the Creek and haue agreed to haiie the Road run from the Common high 
Way along the South weft Side of his orchard to Said Landing place from which Landing place there 
has been formerly tranfported Timber for Building, Bricks Hay and other Things and that there be 
a Swinging Gate erected on S"* high way about feuenty Yards from the Brook that crofses the main 
Road, As Witnefs our Hands the Day and Year above written 

Nathan' Britten Juftices ffreeholders John Laturette 

Abraham Lakerman fam' Bernis 

Joffeph Baftido"">' furueyors Albert Johnfton 

Henry Johnfton [his mark] Joannes fweem 

Lowis Giton 
Lewis Dubois 

Testes 

Lambert Garifon 



48 HISTORICAL .MISCELLANY. 

January this 21"" day 1727 

Recorded for Jacob prier the Eare Mark for liis Cattell horsis and fhecp a Crop on the nere Eare 
and two flits In the Crop and a fht In the top of the ofT Eare 

Recorded ^ Ad Mott CUv 

January Recorded for Henry perine his Mark for his Cattels horsis and fhipe a hole In Each Ear 
ye 21 day & a Crop on the nere Eare 
1727 [?] Recorded ^ Ad Mott Clk 

May ye Then Recorded for Jacob \'an Dick the Eare Mark for his horsis, Cattel and fheep Is a 
I day Crop on the Right Eare and a fhtt Right down the Crop being the ^lark that was formerly 
1728 tifs barnfons[?] deceased 

^ me Ad" Mott Clk 

May ye 9 day Recorded for Mr. Daniel winant the Eare Mark for his Cretures Is a Crop of the 
1729 neare Eare and a flitt In the Crop of the fame Eare being the Mark of John fmook 

Recorded bv me 

Ad-" Mott Clk 

July ye Recorded for fimon Vanname the Eare Mark for his horsis. Cattle and fheep Is two half 
19 day penis one the under fide of Each Eare 
1728 Recorded ^ 

Ad Mott Clk 

July ye 3 day Then Recorded for ]\Ir. phillip Merrill the Eare Mark for his Cattel horfes & fheep is 
1729 a Crope of the neare Eare and a hole In the fame Eare [crossed out] 

%3 Ad" Mott Clk 

Richmond County fs June ye 25"" day 1737 

Then Recorded for Capt nathaniel ISritten the Eare Mark for his horfes Cattel and fheep a half- 
peney on the vnderfide of the Right Eare being the Eare Mark of his father nathaniel Britten deceafed 

%3 Ad" Mott Clk 

Richmond County Xoveniber the 25"> Day Anno 1740 

Aron Van Name's Mark for his Horfes, Cattle & Sheep &c is Two Half Penny's or half Circles in 
the under part of Each Ear; This being the Ear Alark of the Catile & Sheep &c belonging to his 
Father Simon \'an Name, dec'd as appears by the record thereof above in this Pag. & is now recorded 
at the Requeft of the S'^ Aron ^'an Name for himielf. Entered the Day & Year abovefd 

^■^ Dan' Corf en Qk 
Richm<i County Xber the 28"' 1748 

Whereas We the Commifsioners for laying out publick Highways in the North Precinct or Divifion 
of ye County of Richmond, as well as the Freeholder.^ & Inhabitants thereof, do think it Necefsary & 
Convenient, that there be a Publick Landing Place at the Wharf or Dock of Otho Van Tuyl at the North 
Side of Staten Island, for the Benefit, ufe & Behoof of the fd Freeholders & Inhabitants as alfo for ye 
ufe & Behoof of all Travellers, his Alajisty's loyal Subjects, therefore it feemeth alfo Necefsary & Con- 
venient unto us that a publick High Road be layd out, leading thereunto, and in Order thereto We the 
fd Conmiifsioners, by virtue of an Act of His E.xcel''' the Govern'', the Council & Gen' Afsembly of the 
Province of New York, & the Powers & Authority therein given us, do by the Confent of ye fd Otho 
Van Tuyl, lay out the fd Road as follows. Viz. Begining near the dwelling Houfe of the fd Otho Van 
Tuyl, at the Old Road, which hath been layed Out along the North Side of Staten Island, runing from 
thence. Northerly to the fd Dock or Wharf lately erected by ye fd Otho Van Tuyl, Tlience along" the fd 
Wharf, as alfo upon & over the fd Wharf <-o the Nnrthormoft End thereof, Thence runing \\'efterly a- 
long Low Waters Mark three Chains & a half, in Length the fd Road to contain three Rods in Breadth 
&c. In Witnefs v>hereof we have hereunto fet Our Hands this j/"" Day of Xber 1748 

N. Dupuy 

Entered the Dav & Year abovefd Commifsion" fredrick [illegible] 

W Dan' Corfen Clk 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 



49 



Richmond County fs Feb'''' 5"" 1761 

Then Recorded at the Request of M' Zacheus \'an Dyck the Ear Mark of his Cattle and Sheep 
&c \'iz« a Crop on the Right Ear and a Slit Right Down the Crop being the same mark that was Form- 
erly his Father Jacob \'an Dyck Decea^ 

^^ me Paul Micheau Clk 

Richmond County fs February ye 5"" 1761 

Tlien Recorded at the Request of Mr John P.Andrivet the Ear Mark of his Cattle & Sheep &c 
\'iz' a Crop on the right Ear and two half Pennys under the Left Ear. Entered the Day and Year 
first above Written By Paul Micheau Ok 



Richmond fs 

Att a Meeting of the Inhabitants of The weft p'cinct The firft Tuefday in Aprill 1713 To Chufe 
oficers for the Enfueng year and accordingly made Choice of (viz) 



Henry Money 
Barnt Symons 
Jeroam Dufhans 
anthonvTvce 
Charles Marfhill 
Phihp Birwell 
Sam" Oasburne 



Conftable 
Collector 

afsefors 
overfeers of 
the Roads 
Supervizor 



Juftices then preft 
Tho. fFarmar 
Ab™ Code 
Peter Rezaue 



Richmond County fs gber the 20"" Anno Dom-1756 

Then recorded Mr. Anthony Stoutenburgh's Ear Mark for his Horfes, Cattle and Sheep, "V'iz' 
-A Crop on the near Ear, Entered the Dav and Year first above written 

By Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County fs June the ii"" 1760 

Then recorded Mr. Henry Holland's Ear Mark and Brand \'iz' the Letter H on the off But- 
tuck &c The Ear mark, to wit, the Figure 3 Cutt with an Inch Gouge on the under part of the off Ear, 
Entered the Dav and year first above Written 

By Dan' Corfen Clk 



Rachmond fs 

The first year of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lady Anne The first by the grace of god of England 
Scotland f ranee and lerland Oveene defender of the faith and in the year of our Lord god 1702 

north Devition 



weft Divition 



fovth deiiition 



Peter Stats 


Conftab 


Laverance Johnfon 


asfessers 


Peter Prale 




John De Pve 


Collecttor 


Angelburt Lott 


Conftab 


Tvnes Agbort 




Jerome de fhene 


Asfessers 


Charles Marlhull 


Collecttor 


Jacob Henderiks 


Conftab. 


"Chriftifor Garrifon 




Thomas Walton 


asfesers 


Hans Loverance 


Collecttor 



Richmond County fs August the 4'" 1767 Recorded at the Request of Peter Vanpelt the Ear Mark 
of his Horfes Cattle and Sheep &c \'izt— a hole through the right Ear and a half Pennv under the same 
Ear, Being formerly the Ear mark of his Father Tunis \'anpelt Deceased 

Recorded by me 

Paul Micheau Clk 



so 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Recorded the Ear Mark of Mr. Abraham Crocheron this 24*" day of March 1803— by his particular 
request, which is a Swallow fork on the near Ear — it being the mark of his — [crossed out] 

Richmond fs 

Whereas at a generall meting held the first Day of Aprell in the year 1703 for Choseing of Svch 
oflficers as are nefefary for the Enfving year the free holders being meet made Choife of these Parfons 
here under named 



north Devition 



fovth Divition 



weft Divition 



Daniel Shotwell 
Richard ]\Ierell 
Jofeph Arafmith 
hendreck van Dick 
ort Simerfon 
John waglam Jvne'' 
Peter Stats 
Jacob Johnfon 
Abraham merlet 
Stoffel Garrifon 
nathanil Briting 
vinfon fovntaine 
hance Lovrance 
James michel 
Angelbart Lott 
Peter Lecovnt 
Abraham Cole 
marke Difafway 
Antony Tycson 
henery Shading 
han van pelt 



Collector 
Svpervifer 

afsesers 

Svrvaers of the high wayes 

Constable 

Conftable 

Collecttor 

Svpervifer 

afsesers 

Svrvaers of the high wayes 

Constable 

Collector 

assesers 
Svpervifer 

Svrvavers of the high wayes 



Aprell the and it is agreed upon by the majority of the free holders then present that no horfe shall 
first 1703 run in the woods vngelt after two years old Without he bee forteen hands high 

Richmond fs 

Whereas it is an order of Cortt that the free holders Shovld have notis to mete vpon the first Day 
of aprell 1703 for the making Choyse of a Vestery where upon it was accordingly Don the free holders 
mete togather and made Choyse of and maid Choife of 

Mr. Elios Dvxbury 
Mr. Jofeph Billopp 
Mr. Daniel Lake 
Mr. Thomas Stillwell 
Mr. John Stillwell 
Mr. Epheram Tayler 
Lambard Garrifon 
nathanil briting 
nicholos maning 
William Tillver 



This following order was Recorded for Lambert Garifon an Gerrit Veghte Commifsioners of the 
High ways of the North precinct of this County of Richmond for the year 1717 this 7'" Day of Dec'' 
1717 

98 words Memorandum this third Day of December 1717 We do order and Lay out between Col- 
onel Graham's Mill and the fifence being a point at the East Side of the mill Eigh Rod Square bemg laid 
out as aforefd for the Convenience of a Landing for the Inhabitants adjacent as witnefs our hands the 
Day and Year above written 

Lambert Garifon 
Gerrit Veghte 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 



51 



Richmond fs 

Whereas at agenerall meating held tlie first day of Aprill in the Year 1704 for Choseing fvch offi- 
sors as is nefifary for the Enfving year the free holders being meet in Each Divition made Choife of 
thofe Perfons hereunder named 



north Divition 



weft Divition 



Thomas Stillwell 
Cap* Manning 
& Aron Pralle 
John Chrofhon 
Mr. Merrell 
Georg Hoghland & 
Tyse fwame 

Tvnes Egbort 
Benj. Cooper & 
Geo. Green 
Mark Dvfachoy & 
James Hance 
John Morgain 
Inglebart Lott 



Coll" 

Afsessors 
Constable 
Svpervifer 

Svrvseyors of the high wayes 

Svpervifor 

Afsessors 

Svrvasyors of the high wayes 

Conf table 



Richmond County October the is*"" 1773 

The Ear Mark of Richard Housman for his Cattle & Sheep &c is a Crop at the End of the off Ear 
and a Slit at the End of the Near Ear right down towards the head with a Half moon out of the 
under part of the Same (or Near) Ear, Entered the day and year above written by me 

Paul Micheau Clk 

Richmond fs 

Whereas att agenerall Meeting held the Seacond Day of Aprill in the year 1705 for Choufeing 
Such ofifesors as is nesifary for the Enfuing' year the free holders being mett in Each Deuition made 
Choyses of these persons hereunder named 

Superuifor 
Aaron Prall 

afsessors 
John Cofse [or Coste] 
north Henry Crufe 

Coll 
Abraham Cannon 

Conftable 
Charles Morgain 

Suruaers 
Stoffel Chriftopher 
yelus [ ?] Inyor [d?] 



west 



fouth 



Tunes Egbart 


Supervifor 


Marke iDifachoy 




Hannes Smock 


afsessors 


Jerome Doshen 


Collector 


Benjemen Cooper 




Charles Marfhall 


Suruey" 


Daniell Eruant 


Conftable 


Peter Perine 


Conftable 


Voluentine Deshene 




Vinfent fountaine 


afsessors 


Nicholus Britton 


ColF 


Stoflfel Van Sant 


Superuifor 


Witt [or Will] Conmans 


Iserbront 


Suruay" 



5, HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Ellius Duxburv Joseph Billopp, Daniel Locke Ephraim Tayler and Abraham Lakeman five of 
Her MaStS Tv?tkes of ?he peace for the Covnty of Richmond being met togather on the E^gte " J 
Davof Sen temir & in the Third vear of the Reign of onr Soveremge Lady Anne ouer England Scotland 

here] 

Thefe following Inftrnments was Recorded for the Comifsioners of ye High Wayes October the 

^^'^ KSnine at ve fferrv bv the watermg place from thence along as the Road hath been Some 
years nfed to S tonv brook and over the fd brook, between Hants Lowrences ffence and the fwamp and 
o a onrbetween Stnarts ffence and fd Swamp to the Corner of fd Stnarts ftence, then rumng to the eft 
hand and So afon- through v^ woods bv a Range of marked Trees m af direct a Lme af Swamps and 
Hms will 0° Conld admin to a Brook near the Houfe, where Benjamm Bnttm lately dwelt, now m t e 
% \ ^f M.T nifsafwav whrencel over ve fd brook then Inclining to the Right hand and fo by the 
S^eft^Sid" o t e"s\id*Lh^'-H:ufiTnd\o°dong through BiUopps ^andSy a Range of Marked Trees, 
To Cap"" Billopps againft Amboey this Road to be f?our Rood broad, Enghfh ^^'^^^^^'^.^^^^^ 

Jaque poillon 
Nic" Manning 

Sllf the SS.'e'or m^'SHa from the watering place to Billopps agft Amboey 

Turnin- out of the High or Maine road by the Houfe where Isaac Johnftone now dwells, and So 
lurnm^ out oi me ^ between where ffrancis Martino did Live, and Isaac brant Van 

aeel Ind sZ^J^K^^^^r!^^^- along and through the gate of Valentine Dufhanes 
which ga?e Valen ne Dufhane is allowed to putt up and Maintaine at his own Charge, and then under he 
baka^idfo along to the fand Bav which fand Bay wee are of opinion will be a Very Convenient La d- 
h,^ \o EmbarqulJ^Cattle Come of any other Goods or Travellers, To or from Newyork Long Ifland 
&c This Road to be three rood broad Enghfh Meafure ^ Billopp 



Jacque poillon 
Nic"" Manning 



[on side of page opposite the foregoing] 

fifrom the Maine Road to the fand Bay South Divition 



Throu-h the Swining gate at John Belvels near two whitte Thorne Bufhes, which gate he is allowed 
to fet UD and Maintaine at his own Coft and Oiarges in f¥refh Kills, and fo allong by the \\ek fide of hi 
Barn , Ts'm.ow ftSis, and thence over a fmall fwampp where a bridge -"f.^^ "-/^V^-j^j'^^f if^ 
over annother fwamp where a Bridge muft alfo be made and thence along the Line of fd Bilwell and 
T^n Melior to a Jr^^^ whitte oake Tree Marked with three old natches and a x one each fide, from 
£ nee lSnng\fef?erlv to Two ftumps in J»n melliars Land Marked with a x o" ^f ^ hde ^^'^^^^ 
along a range of Trees marked with a x to a large white oak tree marked with a x and a ^atch on fiour 
fides, this Road to be three Roadds broad Enghfh Meafure ^ ^.^^^^^ 



L™ SVl?»'.'e,Tofgo™g^^oLd,, Mill, fetch Hay S,c We., Divi.ion 



Jacqe poillon 
Nic*" Manning 



This Inftrument was Recorded for the Com" of the highways the Seuenth Day of Aprill in the 
year 1705 

2V March i7of A Road Laid out by Joseph Billopp & Ja.iues Polhon T «: Cap^ Nicholos 
Manning " interpolated in margin] To of the Com- appointed by act of afsemb ly for tl f La> ing ou 
Roads in the Countv of Richmond as followeth [fferry, in margin ffrom f ^/\°;f4 ^J^ f^J^^fJ^ ^am 
Lake now Dwells along the up Land of the waterside and along the i=front of Juftic-Di^bury Lam 
bart Durland Nicl[?] Tunifon Garrett ^•eighte and So ouer a bridge to be made ouer a Creek & then 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 53 

oiier a Small Salt Meadow To will [?] Georges Land and then along the front of Said wilt Georges 
Land Jn" Stats George Hogland hendrick Cruife Derrick Cruife and So ouer a bridge To be made 
ouer a Creek and then on a direct line through the Earle of Limricks Land to the mill and So ouer 
the mill dam and So a Long the front of Jacob Coflons Land and the Lotts in the posseftion of Jn° 
Woglum widow hogland Jn° Scott & then to turne the Corner of Said Scotts Land by the Burling 
place and along the Reaer of Jacob Courfons & sd widow hogland field to the front of Joseph Arra- 
fmiths Land and So a Long the front of the Lotts to the houfe of Louerance De camp Xicholus Backer 
being a lowed to haue a Conuenient Swinging gate to be putt up at his one Charge the Said Road is 
to be and Remaine Three Rodd English Meafure from The Edge of the Bank 
The Road as abode Recorded was Laid out by us 

J. Billopp 
Jacque poillon 
Nic'' Manning 

a Road from the Head of the ffresh Kill To Cap"" Christopher Billopps [in margin] 
fifrom the head of the fifrefh Kill, between Rofoes fifence and Jamef Hanfis ffence, and So along be- 
tween the ffence, as they now ftand provided there is three Rodd between them, & So along by Engle 
burtts and over Coartlandts Brook, & so along between the fifences as the old Road, hath formerly and 
now doth go, and by the pound being now att ye Corner, of Jno. \'anhoes Land, and So along the Road, 
which is now made up of to the Corn'' of the Land Lattley belonging to John Lacount, and then turn- 
ing one the Left hand and fo along as the path goes to Billopps Creek and over the Said Creek, along 
the paith by Buttlers Houfe which brings you into the Maine Road which goes to Cap"" Billopps, 
fferry This Road to be all the way 3 Rodd, Broad Englifh meafure 

This Two Roads was Recorded for the Comifsioners, May ye 5"" 1709 

J. Billopp 
Jacque poilln 
Nic*" Manning 

a Landing Road in the Greatt Kill [in margin] 

We Jacquis poilion and Jos. Billopp, and Nic"" Manning, Two Comifs appointed by act of afsembly 
for Laying out high wayes &c do think it Very Convenient that there be a Landing in the Great Kill 
for y^ vfe of ye Lihabitants of this County to Imbarque or difimbarque, and fuch Cattle, Corne or other 
Comodities, as they may have occafsion for have been and Vewed y^ place, in Company with fome of ye 
Neighbours, and doe Judge, that the place where floops and other wefsils formerly and ufsually do Come 
too, is a Very fitt and proper place for ye ufe above Mentioned, and have marked the faid place by 
putting into the ground. Four ftones, and that the way or Road, that hath formerly been, & is made ufe 
now, to the faid Greatt Kill and Landings, be and Continue, and that the faid way or Road, not be lefs 
then three Rod broad Englifh Meafure 

J. Billopp 
Jacque poillon 
Nic*" IManning 
Roodd from the north Side to Curkolds Towne [in margin] 
This Inftrument was Recorded for the Com" of the highways the Seuenth day of Aprill 1705 
23*" march 17O5 [in margin] 

A Road Laid out by Jofeph Billopp & Jacques Poilion [" & Cap* Nicholos Manning" interpolated 
in margin] Two of the Com"'^ appointed by act of afsembly for the Laying out Roads in the County of 
Richmond as followeth Viz from the water Side on the North Side between the Burying pi- & the 
Land belonging to M'' John Scott and so along by the ffence of Said Scotts Land to a dead white oake 
tree marked & ouer the Corner of Said Scotts Land to another dead white oake tree & 
from thence in a Streight Line to the old Road that gose through y* Swamp and So along by two 
Mark'd trees vntill you Come to the old road againe neare Chriftian Courfons fifence & from thence a 
Long by the fence of Richard Merrells Land and So along the Land of John Shottwell to Two white 
oake trees Standing Together & from thence Southerly in a Direct Line through Daniel Shottwells 
Land and from ^hence Clofe by y° Side of Ephraim Taylers old houfe & then through ye said Taylers 
Land along bv a large Chefnutt Stump & from thence through the Land belonging to Peter Stats directly 
by the East Side of a Large white oake tree without a top and So along the Road now \'fed to a bridge 
neare Aaron Pralls houfe and ouer the Said bridge along by the fence that is now Standing to the Cor- 
ner of the fence of the Land belonging To Barnt Chriftopher and then Runing South East betweene 



S4 Historical miscellany. 

the Land of Said Chriftopher & y'' Land of Lambart Garrifon p''sent high Sherriff and so along the 
Rear of Said Garrifons Land to y" foot of the fresh meadows & so ouer the sd meadows & a run of water 

to a white oake tree with a dead tr and So along by marked trees to the Gully & So downe the Said 

Gully & ouer the Creek betweene Matteuos alias Mathew Deckers houfe & the houfe where Jacob Jer- 
nero alias buif [illegible] now Dwels the said Road to Continew three Rodd Englesh Mea — Excepting 
where the Roads goes through or by any perfon or perf — Land that the owner or owners thereof are 
Obliged by ther — pattent to Leaue a greater breadth for high Waves 

The Road as aboue recorded was Laid out by 

Nic*" Manning 
J. Billcp 

[Edge and bottom of page badly worn and missing] 

This Roads was Recorded for the Comfs''* May ye lo"' Day 1709 

Begining att a black Oak tree near y"" barrs, againft John pollion Houfe marked with a x and a 
notch and fo along by a Large Rock & then along a Little Inclining to the left by Seuerall Trees, marked 
with a X and a notch to the maine Road, and all along the maine Road to Eagle Neft Hill, thence In- 
clining one the Right hand by a Large black Oak Tree, Marked with Two xx & So along the paith by 
Sewerall Trees Marked with a x and a notch to a small black Oak Tree, Marked with xxx and from 
thence by Sewerall Trees with a x To the Road by Engleberts Houfe This Road to be Three Road 
Englifh Meafure 

J. Billopp 
Jacque poilon 
Nic'' Manning 
[on side of page opposite the above the following] 

South Divition 
A Road from John polions Houfe to the High way & for divers Inhabitants to go to Church Mill 
and Meadows &c 

Wee Jacques poillion and Jos. Billopp, and Nic*" Manning with the Confent and advice, of Sewerall 
of the Inhabitants, do think it Very needfull to have a Comon Landing place, upon the meadow on the 
back fide of the Houfe where the widow Leforge now Lives, being the Land of the Widow Van Coart- 
land' and that the Same be a Conftant or Comon Landing place, for all such as may have accafsion to 
Imbarque, or Difsimbarque and Cattle, Come or other Comodities and three Rod in breadth to be Al- 
lowed for a wav to go to the Sd Landing 

J. Billopp 
Jacque poilln 

[written on side of page the following] Nic*" Manning 

A Landing att the ffresh Kill 

This following Inftrument was Recorded for ye Com" of the high ways Mav the 4 and in the vear 

1705 

23 march 170I 

A Road Laid out by Joseph Billopp and Jaqves Pollion [Capt Nicholos Manning — interpolated in 
margin] to of the Com''^ appoynted by act of afsembly for the Laying out Roads in tlie County of Rich- 
mond as followeth viz. ffrom Cvrkolds Towne by the houfe of Lvis de Boys along the lane and so ouer 
the bridgs almost in a Streight Line to Stoney Brook and ouer the Said brook along the old way to the 
fiferry or the watering place the said Road the Said Road from Cvrkolds Towne to Stoney Brook to be 
3 Rodd Englifh meafvre from Stoney brook to the fferry to be foure Rodd English mef'vre 

[Road from Cvrkold Towne to ye jiferry — interpolated in the margin] 

This 24"' September [& Capt Nicholos Manning — interpolated in margin, but the names of the two 
other commissioners signing are omitted] 
[Road Laid out from Cap* Chrifto Billopp to Stoney brook and So from thence to ye i¥erry — in margin] 

Laid out a Road from Cap* Chriftopher Billopps through his neck to the Beach and along the 
beach to a post Set up at the S : E : Corner of the Land now in pofsession of Samuel Osbourne then 
tvrning vp the bank and So along by the Said osbourncs ffense into the woods and So bv a Line of trees 
marked with a x to a Clear flfeild in the pofsession of Cap* Pollion & then through the Said feild into the 



RICHMOND COUNTY RECORDS. 55 

woods and then along again by a Line of trees marked as aboue To Stony Brook & from thence to the 

fferry as formerly Recorded the Said Road to be foure Rodd in bredth Englesh meafure The Roads as 

aboue Recorded was Laid out, by vs 

J. Billopp 
Jacque poillon 
Nich Manning 

Anno 

1715 

officers Chofen 

Weft 
Tunis Eckburtts supervizor 

peter Billew Colector 

J"" Tourett 

Tunis Bozertf [ ? Bogertf] affefors 

Dan" Lane Conftable 

J"" Journe 

Co' Johnfton high way" 

Richmond County Sep'' the 9'" 1745 

The Ear Mark of Balthus Deharts Cattle & Sheep &c is a half Penny marked at ye under Part of 
the Left Ear, this being the Ear Mark of Benjamen Corsen's Cattle, who is removed out of this County, 
therefore ye Same is now recorded for ye fd Balthus Dehart 

^ me Dan' Corfen Clk 

Richmond County May the 2'^ 1749 

The Ear Mark of The Rev. Mr. Richard Charelton's Cattle & Sheep &c is A Swallow fork on the 
Right or off Ear, & a Slit in the Swallow fork this being the Ear Mark of Adam Mott's Cattle &c who 
is removed out of this County, therefore ye Same is now recorded for ye fd Mr. Charelton 

^' Dan' Corfen Clk 

Recorded at the particular request of Mr. Abraham Crocheron, the Ear mark of his Cattle and Hogs 
& Sheep, which is a Swallow Fork in the near Ear — which is agreeable to the Ear mark of his Grand 
Farther M'' Abraham Crocheron Deceased, which was Recorded October the 5'" 1730 Entered on Rec- 
ord the 28*'' March 1803 

By Joseph Ferine Clk 
Richmond fs 

Whereas a generall Meting held the first Day of aprill in the fifth year of her Majefties Reign for 
Chofeing such ofiferfors as is nafary for the Enfving year the free holders being Meete Each Devition 
Made Choyse of thefe persons here vnder named 

West Tunes Egbert supervifer 

Mark Difechay 

& hendrick Smock Afsefsors 

Barnt Simafon Colt""' 
Charles Marshall 
Edm'^ Arrowsmith Survayors 

North Aron Frail supervifor 
Garrit vatton 

Tise Swame afsessors , 

Barnt Chriftopher 

hanvs van Camp Survayors 

Wilt [or Will] George Coll" 



Itor 



Abraham Larew Conftable 



56 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Att a Meeting of the Juftices of Peace the lo'" of febuary 170-I it is aoreed That this County be 
Deuided into Three precints and to pay the Seuerall Quotus or proportions towards the Contingent 
Charge of the County & pubHck Taxes as foll^ 
Viz' ' p s d 

north precint 8 6 in 20 
West Do 6 6 Do 

South Do 5 



20 : 00 



Riciimond April the s*'' Day 1709 Then did the fifree holders and Inhabitants of the County afor- 
faid According to Act of Afsembly .Melt, and Did Chufe, the'' Anua" officers, hereafter named Viz. 

South 



ofificers for ye South p''cinct 



West 



North 



Alex'' Stuart 


Supervizoi 


Richard Mitchil Jun"'' 


Jacob Wouterfson 


Afsefors 


James poilion Jun" 


Collector 


peter peryne 




nicholas Brittin 


Survey''^ 


John Brown 


Conftable 


Tunis Eckburts 


Superviso'' 


abrahani Colle 




Jeroam Dufhane 


afsess' 


Anthony Tyce 


Coliecto"' 


mark Difsa'fway 


Constable 


Sam" Barns 




Isaac Corbitt 


Sury"^' 


Jacob Corfsen 


Superv'izor 


Richard Marill Juno"' 




Barne Chrifftophers 


afsefors 


abraham \'antill 


Coliecto'' 


Duncan olyphant 


Conftable 


Joseph Barftedo 


uey" 



ofificers for ye West p''cinct 



officers for ye Nort percinct 



Richmond County 
Aprel ye 25th 1735 

The Earemark of Adam Mott for his horfes Cattel and other Crethuer is a fwallowfork on the Right 
Eare and a flit In the fwallowfork Recorded the day And year above fd 

^ Ad-" Mott Clk 

We John Lovin & Cornelus Egmond Survayors of the north precinxt have Laid out a Road to pace 
and Repace to begin at the houfe of Jacob bellue and to Run through his Land and fTrom thence thorough 
part of William Makleens Land and So along thorough A Traxt of Vacon Land and also thorough 
Dongens Land so a Long to the place Comenly Called the Clope [or Clofe] to the Main Road by Ver- 
tue of an Act of Affembly the Same Road is Laid out by John Loven and Cornelus Egmondt and Re- 
corded thi Seventh day of November 1722 

Annoq dom 1735 
March ye 27'" 

The Earemark of Mrs. Judith pillion for Iiis horfes Cattel and fheep Is a Crop on the Right Eare 
And two flitts In the fame Crop and anick on the Under fide of the fame Eare 

^ Adam Mott Clk 

Recorded for Mr. Jacobus beebout the Earemark for his horfes Cattel and fheep and other Cretures 
is a Crop one Each Eare And two flits In Each Crop and a nick on the Under fide of the Right Eare 



Aprel ye 25'" 1735 



^ Ad"- Mott Clk 



REGISTER BOEK VAN DE K— K[?] NAMEN 
DER KINDEREN DEWELCK GEDOOPT BENNEN 

OP STATEN EYLANDT VAN D 

BEGINNE VAN HET JAER ANNO 1696* 



1739 den 18™ Novemb 
Femmetje 

1740 den 30^° Maart 
Sara 



Abraham van Tuyl Ab[?] — Fern [?] [illegible] 
Metje Vreelant De — y — [illegible] 



Abraham 2\Ianez 
Sara du' Chesne 



A" 1756 den 31™ Actober 

Jacob 

A" 1758 de 26 february 
Mary 



Niclos Backer 
Liesabet toret 



Naclos Backer 
Liesabet Latoret 



* The Baptismal Register of the Dutch Church of Staten Island, N. Y., commencing 1696. 

This ancient record is written in the Dutch language and is here reproduced with full consciousness of the 
misspellings, and with no desire or attempt to correct this orthography or to effect any rearrangement, but, to 
the contrary, with every ei^ort to make it verhatim et literatim. This course has been pursued because any attempt 
to arrange the names alphabetically or the dates chronologically would result in omitting valuable notes and con- 
fusing dates which need oftentimes the adjacent text to confirm them. 

The English equivalents of some of the Dutch words are added, believing they may be useful. 

It is well to bear in mind that in old writing the letters f and f and i and j are often so alike as to cause 
doubt in transcribing, especially proper names. 



Als — as 

Bennen — are 

Bediening — office, serving, adminis- 
tration of the Lord's Supper 
Beide — both 
Bedienaar — minister, servant 

Christelycken — Christian 
Compeer — Godfather 

Des — of the 

De — the 

Dewelck — which or who 

Doop — baptism 

Defe — these or this 

Defer — of these, of this 

Dochter — daughter 

Door— by 

Dit— this 

Den — the, then 

Donderdagh — Thursday 

En fin vroii — and his wife 
Euang — Gospel 
En — and 

Gedoopt — baptized 
Getuygen — witnesses 



Geboren — born 
Gerepresenteerd — represented 
Genaemt — is named 
Ganck — passage, walk, step 

Het— the or it 

Heeft— has 

Haaren — her 

Huis — house 

Hebben — have 

Huisvrouw — wife 

Heeren — the Lord, or the Lord's 

Int — in the 

Jaer — year 
Juff^ — miss 

Kinderen, Kinders — children 
Kint— child 

Met — with 
Moeder — mother 
Maendagh — Monday 
Morgen — morning 
Middach — noon 

Namen — names 
Noort zyd — north side 
Naam — name 

57 



Ouwders — parents 
Ontfangen — obtained, received 
Op — on 
Omtrent — about 

Peet— Godmother 

Representans — representatives or sub 
stitutes 

Syn — his 

•Soon, son 

.Savonts — during the evening 

Sondagh — Sunday 

Tweelings — twins 

Vader — father 

Van — of 

Vervolgh — continuation 

Voor — for 

Wediiwe — widow 
Wyf— wife 

Zoon — son 

Zyn — his ; to be or are 

Zyne — his 



58 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



A" 1756 [date blotted] 
A° 1760 den i Janner 



A" 1756 den ^i"" Actober 
Mary miglen 



A° 1755 den 16" februari 
Sufanna 



A° 1755 den 16'° februari 
Luwes 



A° 1755 den 16^" februari 
Antoni 



A° 1755 den i6"° februari 
Antye 



A" 1760 den 23 Maart 
Mosis 



A" 1755 den 16™ februari 
Jofeph 



A° 1759 den 24 June 
Antye 



A" 1756 den ^i^° Actober 
Mareye 



A° 1758 den 12^" feliruary 
Catriena 



A" 1760 den i™ Janary 
Neeltye 



A" 175 s den 18"" december 
Geertruy 



A" 1756 den 3T«° Actober 
Annaetve 



[no entries under this date] 



Matteus bus 
Cattrena bus 



John Van Pelt 
Maria Joons 



Adriaan Ryerfe 
Hester Debaa 



tammes Stillwel 
nenfy founten 



Aron Vannamen 

Maria Maclean 



Aron Vannamen 
Maria ]\lacleen 



Walter Clindinne 
nelli allever 



Walter Cleninne 
nelli alever. 



Jacob marsero 
fitye rol 



Antony brat 
neeltye haagewout 



Antony brat 
neelty haagewout 

Gerret Kroefon 
Klaafye Blencrof 

tammas Merel 
eva voons 



Stofel Simeson 



John Van Pelt 



Jofewa marfero 
Mareya Corfon 



Catreena- 



haagewots 



A" 1759 den 26*° Aufru^tus 
tanmes [tammes?] tammas merel 

eva yoons 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



59 



A" 1756 den 31^° Actober 
J earns 



Jeams Clendeny 
rabecke Jonfon 



A" 1758 den 17 en feptembar 

mareya John yennes 

Altye merhng 

A° 1758 den 17 September 



Geertruy 

A" 1760 den 14 Juny 
Johannis 



A° 1758 den 17 September 
CorneHus 



A" 1758 den 21 July 

Geertruy 

maria 

A" 1758 den 21 July 
Liefabet 



A° 1759 den 24 Juny 
barant 



A° 1769 [7?] den 8 fabruary 
Daniel 



Abraham Kroefon 
Antye Symonfon 

Abraham kroefon 

Antye Symonl'on 

Daniel Corfen 
Liefebeth bogert 



Johnnis Symonfon 
Antye vanpelt 



Conradus vanderbeeck 
Catlyntye Lifk 

Cornelis Symonfon 
liefebet depue 



hanry fialan 
eghije vanwinkel 



Johannes 

Symonfon 



Daniel Corfen 
mareia Stilwil 



geertruy merel [ ?] 



burger vanderbeeck 
Annetye maffaeau [ ?] 



metteis everfe 
en fin vrou 



Staten Eyland den 22 april, 1746 doop regifter 
't Sedert de bediening van johanes Poft 



Ouwders 


kin[d]eren 




Getuygen 




1746 


den 


22 april 




Pieter martlings 
anna heereman 


Pieter 






Pieter martlings 
maria andrie-s [worn] 


John Jennens 
aeltye martlings 


John 
alias Jan 






John Jennans 
anna Johnson 


John burbanck 
Lea hagewout 


Abraham 








Jan Veldtman 
Jannetye Jurks 


Jan 








Johannes huysman 
wyntye Symonfon 


catherina 








bafteyaen Elles 
Sara neefves 


Maria 









6o 



Jan canon 
inaria Egberts 

Josua mal'ciro 
maria corsen 

Jan Van Pelt 
Jane adanis 

matthys inyard 
Elizabeth Gerretfe 



[OJuwders 

Johannes breftede 
catherina hagewouyt 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 
Elizabeth 



rachel 

maria 

nicklaes 

ji7]46 den 22 april 

kinderen 
Eckbert 



Gerret Poft 
francfyntye poullon 



Getuyge 
Elizabeth backer 



Joi'eph ralph 
neeltye Creese 

Johannes Symonfon 
Antye van Pelt 

Jofeph Juwson 

Venne [Wenne?] Johnfon 



defe kinderen z\'n gedoopt de 20 my 1746 
Abraham 



Johannes 
Jofeph Juwsen 



Johannes \'an pelt 
Sophya Slager 



[CJhriftoffel Symonse 
— atherina Van Shenre 



defe kinderen zyn gedoopt de 17 yune 1746 
Symon 



nathaniel Johnfon 
mary Cole 



wynant 



marv Cole 



y, yfack prael 
"^ maria de baa 



defe kinderen zyn gedoopt de 16 September 1746 
Altve 



Samnel teeler 
Sufter Waggelone 


daved 


onders 


kinderen 


frans Gerrtbratfe 
neeltye corfen 


Daniel 


baltus dehart 
mary phillipfe 


catalyna 


thomas leisk 
catlyna Van pelt 


ant\'e 


cornel ins Van wagener 
helena bon 


maragrita 



getuygen 

ant}'e kroofe 
Daniel corfen 

Daniel dehart 
derckye Van pelt 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD. STATEN ISLAXD. 
defe kinderen 2311 gedoopt den 26 april 1748 

getuyge 



ouders 


kinders 


Christophel Hoogelandt 
Jannetye veghten 


Cornelia 


Pieter Maertlings 
Jannetye Heereman 


Johannes 


Jan \'an Pelt pieters (oon 
Jane Adams 


maragritye 


John Decker 
Anna merrell 


Richerd 


Christophel Symonfon 
Catherina van Schuure 


nicholaes 


Jofeph Balph [Ralph?] 
neeltye Kroofe 


Benyamen 


Johannes Poft 
Anna Huyfman 


adriaen 



inaragrietye van Pelt 



Gerret Poft Jan.— [ ?] 
Clara Poft 



[de]fe kinderen fyn gedoopt den 19 July 1748 



Ouders 

Jfaac Praal 
Maria Dubaa 

Johannes Huyfman 
wyntye Symensfe 

Samuel Yan Pelt 
Maria falkenborgh 

Symon Symonfon 
Sarah van Pelt 

[A]ron Van namen 
maria Maclean 

John Canone 
maria Egberts 

Jofeph Juwson 
Wenne Johnfon 



ouders 

Gerret Kroofe 
Claesye Blinckerof 

Lambert Tennerf 
Anna Alartelinghs 



getuyge 



Pieter Zieloff 
Blandiena Zieloff 



kinderen 
maragritye 

Jemynna [?] 
Pieter 

Elizabeth 

Aron 

Jacobus 

Enne 



defe kinderen Syn gedoopt den 11 October 1748 
kinderen getuyge 



Claesye 
Maria 



Marya Jennerf 



62 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Johannes Van wagene 

Elfye Berge Johannes 

Barent flecht zyne gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Johan flecht heeft zynen Christelycken 

Doop onfangen Anno 1707 den 22 octo — 
De Getuigen bennen 
Johan Woggelom en Blandyna Woggelom 

Barent flecht Syn foon Cornells is 
gedoopt den 19 April Anno 1709 
De Compeer Adriaen Van Wogelom 
De Peet Elifabeth Corfsen 

Beniamin Carenton zyne Gedopte Kinderen 

zyn Dochter 
Margriete Carenton heeft haren Doop ontfangen 
Anno 1707 den 22 oct. 
De Getiiygen bennen 
Adam Morgen en Eva Morgen 

Beniamin Corfsen 
zyn foon Cornells 
is gedoopt Anno 1714 den 4 May 
De Getuigen bennen Jacob Corfsen 
en Antie Corfsen 



1 7 18 den 3^° August! 
Benjamin 



Benjamin Corsfen 
Blandina Vile 



Hendrik Croesen 
Cornelia Corsfen 



A" 172^ den 25 February 
Sytje [Syrje?] 



A° 1724 den 30'° Augusti 
Catharina 



Baay Spier 
Catalyntje Haften 



Bastiaan Elles 
Sara Neefjes 



Johannes Haften 
Geesje Els 



Nicolaas Bakker 
Tryntje Vleereboom 



A" 1725 den 7'° November 
Cornelius 



A" 1727 den i« 
Aagtje 



octob'' 



A" 1728 den 18" 
Jacob 



Augusti 



A" 1730 den 29™ Maart 
Johannes 



A" 173^ den 31'^'' January 
Sara 



Bastiaan Elles 
Sara Neefjes 

Bastiaan Elles 
Sara Neefjes 

Benjamin Hafte 
Jannetje Johannis 



Benjamin Hafte 
Jannetje Johannis 



Joris Neefjes 
Aaghje Bouwman 

Matthys Jniaart 
Tryntje Neefjes 

Ifaak Simonsz 
Cathrina Beauvois 



Symon Symonsz 
Martha Symonsz 



Bastiaan Elles 
Sara Neefjes 



Zeger gerritsze 
Jannetje Vliereboom 



gerepresentee- 
door Neeltje 
Staats 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEX ISLAND. 



A" 1731 den 7"" Noveuib'' 
Johannes 



A° 173J den i9«» Maart 
Benjamin 



1739 Den Q'" Decern" 
Elsje 



1772 March 8 
Anney 



1772 March 8 
Danniel 



1772 March 8 
Mary 



63 



Barent Sweeni 
Marie Canon 



Benjamin Hafte 
Jannetje Johannis 

Barent dii Pay 
Elsje Poillon 



honnis merril 
cherrety merril 



egbert haugwout 
elener garebrantz 



John uanpelt 
Catherine lawrence 



Comelis Neefies zi=ne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyne Doghter 
Metye Neefies haren Doop onfangen den 
Anno 1700 
zvn foon 
Cornelis Neefies heeft zvn Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 den 22 
De Getuigen bennen 
Cornelis Jorissen en Neeltie Joris 

[edge of page missing] 

Cornelis Tyfsen zyne gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Dochter Elisabeth is gebooren den 28 van 

May ende heeft zynen Doop ontfangen den 

2 Augustus De Getiiygen bennen Leenert fmack 

de ende Sara Smack 

1705 [?]— [illegible] 

Abraham Egbertsen 
zyn foon Abraham is geboren Anno 
1715 den 27 Alay en gedoopt den 6 Tuni 
De Getuigen bennen Theunis Egberts 
en fyn Vrouw 



1720 den 10™ April 
Johannes 



1722 den 17™ Juny 
Elisabet 



Abraham Egbertsen 
Francyntje Parain 



Abraham Egbertsen 
Francyntje Parain 



Jean Bodin 
Marie La Tourette 



Matthieu La Roiie 
Catharine La Roue 



64 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



A" 1718 den 17^° Augusti 
Femnietje 



1719 den 25*^" December 
Johanna 



1722 den 3''" Juny 
Anna 



1725 den 27"" Juny 
Andries 



1729 den 27" 
Adriaan 



July 



^Vbrahani Ryke 
Anneken oliver 



Ary van Woglum 
Ceiia Preyer 



Ary van Woglum 
Celia Preyer 



Ary van Woglum 
Celia Preyer 



Adriaan van Woggeliim 
Celia Prever 



Isaak Marling 
Susanna oliver 



Jacob Corsfen 
Hilletje van 

Woglum 

Johannes Preyer 
Maria Ral [or Rale] 



Jacob Preyer 
Margreetje Ten Eyk 



A° 1720 den 17™ April 
Adriaan 



172-J den 8™ January 
Jsaak 



172^ den 15*° January 
Abraham 



1721 den 10'=° Decemb'' 
Maria 



1723 de 26*" Mey 
Abraham 



1723 de 15 Septemb'' 
Jsaak 



1726 de IQ"" July 
Abraham 



1726 de 1 8°° Decemb 
Rebecca 



Ary Schouten 
Maria van Pelt 



Auke Tansz 
Catharina Sebering 



Abraham Ryke 
Anneke oliver 



Aart van Pelt 
Christina Jmmet 

Abraham Manez 
Anna Jansen 



Abraham Gray 
Ariaantje aartsen 



Abraham Zutphen 
Marytje Borkelo 



Albert Rykman 
Catharina Christopher 



Abraham ftaats zyne Gedoopte 

Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Jsaak ftaats heeft zynen Christelicken 
Doop ontfauEjen Den 21 Oct. Anno. 1707 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Harmen Joreszen en Neeltie Joreszen 



Jan \^an Pelt 
Aaltje Hooglant 



Rem vand'' Beek 
Jsaak Baliu 



Aart Symonsz 
Geertruyd Symons 



Jacob van Pelt 
Maria Para 



Pieter Manez 
Elisabet Sweem 



Joris Neefjes 



Philippe Cazier[ ?] 
Maria Kip 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



65 



Ahasuerus Van Engelen 
zyn Dochter Rachel is geboren 
Anno 1709 Den 22 October ende heeft 
haren Doop ontfangen van Domine Gilliam 

De Getuigen bennen 
Johan ftaats en Catharina ftaats 



ery dey syn foon Johannes is gedoopt 

Anno I7i8[?] den i april door domeny freeman 

de getiiygen zyn Johannes Van Pelt en 

zyn vrouw geboren den 22 december 1717 

Abraham Metzelaer 

Syn foon Jacobus 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 den 19 April 
De Getuigen bennen Jan Veghte 
met zyn Huis Vrouw Cornelia 

Abraham Van Tuil zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Dochter 
Geertruyt Van Tuil heeft haren Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1 705 den 2 octob. 
De Getuigen bennen 
Nies Teunisse en Eyfaack Van Tuil en Lena 

Teunifse 
zyn Dochter 
Elena is gedoopt den 22 fept Anno 1709 
De Compeer Hendrick Hendricksen de Peet 
Elena Hendricksen 



A" I7fj den 7^° February 
Otto 



A» 1722 den 28™ Octob'' 
Aaltje 



A" 1722 den 4"° Novemb'' 
Pieter 



A" 1722 den 11™ Noveml/ 
Femmetje 



gemelle 



Willempje 



A" 1 72 1 den 3*° February 
Jacobus 



Abraham van Tuyl 
Femmetje Denysz 

Vervolgh op de Letter 

-J- 

Jacob Bennet 
Elisabet Broiiwer 



Jaques Coteleau 
Jacomyntje van Pelt 



Jan Van Voorhees 
Neeltje Neefjes 



Jacob vander Bilt 
Neeltje Denys 



Jacob vand' Bilt 
Elisabet Hooghlant 



Philippe Cazier 
Catharine Hooghlan- 



Rem vander Beek 
Dorothe Cateleau 



Jan Stevensz Van Voorhi 
Pieter Neefjes 

Femmetje Auke 
Willempje Luyster 



Abraham v. Tuy-[1] 
Femmetje Deny-[s] 



66 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



A" 172;; den 17*° February 
Aiidries 



A° 1723 de 23«° Mey 
Pieter 



1723 de 14'° July 
Johannes 



1723 de 21°° July 
Cornells 



A" 1723 den 25™ augusti 
Elisabet 



A" 1723 de 22™ Septemb. 
Johannes 



1723 den 24 en Novemb. 
Matthys 



172! den 2°° February 
Lea 



1724 den I7«» Mey 
Leah 



Cornells 



1724 de 27"" Septemb 
Catlyntje 



1724 den 13*° decemb'' 
Pieter 



1724 den 20'" Decemb'' 
Juriaan 



1724^ 'den 10™ January 
Aaltje 



Jacob Preyer 
Lea Beekman 



Jan Jurks 
Agnietje Staats 



Jacobus Egbertzen 
Catharina Deny 



Johannes Metzelaar 
Cathryna Neefjes 

Vervolgh op de Letter 
J. 

Johannes Sweem 
Mary Ferine 



Job du Secoy 
Sarah Denis 



Jacob de grameaux 
Derkje Tilburgh 



Johannes vand' Hoeven 
Anna Sweem 



Jan Andrevet 
Leah Sweem 

Jaques Hervan 
Geertje Bries 



Jacob van Pelt 
Aaltje Hagewout 



Johannes Neefjes 
Antje gerritsz 

Jacob Bennet 
Elisabet Brouwer 



Isah Martling 
anna van namen 



Ary van Woglum 
Celia Preyer 



Cornelius van Santvoord 
Anna Staats 



James Deny Jun'' 
Anna Deny 



Pieter Bouman 
Sara neefjes 



["de" crossed out] 
obadiasAWinht 
en zyn Vrouw 
Susanna de puy 

Jsrael du Secoy 
Geertruyd van Deventer 



Al [or Ab] de grameauo 
Maria Bouman 



Jacobus Biebaut 
Mary a Sweem 



Jaques Hervan [ ?] 
Geertje Bries 

Jan Andrevet 
Leah Sweem 



Joh Huysman 
Lea Hagewout 



Bastiaan EUes 
Sara Neefjes 

Fredrik Bergen 
Gerritje Veghte 

Thomas Barbank 
Anna Barbank, rep- 
resenteren de Marritje 
Martling 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



67 



172! den 14<"' Maart 
Maria 



Jacobus Biebaut 
Maria Sweem 



Johannes vand"" Hoeven 
Anna Sweem 



[An entry made here, crossed out, and corrected, in the second one following] 



172I den 14™ Maart 
Laurens 



172I den 2i«° Maart 
Johannes 



1725 den 29*° Maart 
Sara 



1725 den 9*° Mey 
Jacobus 



Jaques Egbertszen 
Catharina Deny 



Johannes Haften 
Marytje Johannesz 



Johannes van Namen 
Marytje van Pelt 



Jan van Voorhees 
Neeltje Neefjes 



Gozen Adriaansz 
Femmetje vand"' Bilt 



Benjamin Haften 
Antje vand"" Bilt 



Pieter van Pelt 
Sara Eogardus 



A" 1725 den 10^" octob 
Rachel 



Vervolgh op de Letter 
J- 



Jan Jurks 
Agnietje Staats 



Lodewyk Metzelaar 
Antje Metzelaar 



A" 1725 den 12"° deceml/ 
Andries 



Johannes Preyer 
Maria Rail 



Jacob Preyer 
Lea Beeknian 



Jonas 



1725 den 25*° decem"* 
Magdalena 



Jean Segiiin 
Elisabet Hooper 



Jacob vander Bilt 
Neeltje Denys 



Jaques Segiiin 
Martha Hooper 



Rachel 



Johannes Richaud 
Amy Carbet 



Ary v. Woggelum 
Celia Preyer 



1725 den 26'° December 
Cornells 

gemelli 

Sara 



Johannes Metzelaar 
Cathryna Neefjes 



Bastiaan Elles 
Sara Neefjes 



i72f den 6™ Maart 
Maria 

1726 de 24«° April 
David 



Johannes Wimmer 
Wyntje S3'mons 

Jean La Tourette 
Marie Mersereaux 



Barent Symons 
Apollonia Mesfeker 

David La Tourette 
Marthe Merfereaux 



68 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 
Vervolgh op de Letter 

- J - 



A° 1726 den 29°° Mey 






Elisabet 


Johannes vander Hoeven 
Anna Sweem 


Anthony Sweem 


Neeltje 


Jaques Coteleau 
Jacomyntje van Pelt 




Susanna 


Jacob Wright 
Antje Rol 




1726 den 12'° Juny 






Metje 


Jacob garamaux 


Johannes Metzelaar 




Dirkje van Tilburgh 


Tryntje Neefjes 


1726 de 3™ July 






Maria 


Johannes Dekker 


Charles Dekker 




Maria Sweem 


Lena Sweem 


1726 den 17^° July 






Elisabet 


Jan Jansfen 


Thomas Jansfen 




Jannetje Glascow 


Mary Jansfen 


1726 den 31'° July 






Johanna 


Jacob Preyer 


Symon Symonsz 




Lea Beekman 


Maria Woertman [?] 


1726 de 28 en Augusti 






Casparus 


Jsak Caspers 


Hans Rol 




Elisabet Lisk 


Anna Bouwman 


1726 de 4 Septemb 






Anna 


Johannes Hiiysman 


Harme [ ?] Bouwman 




Wyntje Symons 


Neeltje Staats 




Vervolgh op de Letter 
-J.- 




A" 1726 den 18'° Septemb 




Geertruyd 


John Merril 
Geertruyd Symonsz 




A" 172'/, den 19™ February 






Elisabet 


Jacobus Biebaut 
Maria Sweem 




172'/, den 26*° February 






Catharina 


Johan Henrich Packer 
Anna Maria Jager 




1727 den 2i«° Mey 






Elisabet 


Jacob Bennet 
Elisabet Broiiwer 


Abraham Bromver Jui 


1727 den 13*° Augusti 






Catharina 


Jacob van Dyk 


Tryntje 




Catharina van Brunt 


van Dyk 


1727 den IS*" OctoV 






Jan 


Jacob van Pelt 


Abraham Taylor 




Aaltje Hagewout 


Harmpje Hagewout 


172I den 21^° January 






Jacob 


John Lisk 


Pieter Hagewout 




Rachel Hagewout 


Neeltje Bakker 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



172 J den ii«° february 
Johannes 



Johannes Metzelaar 
Tryntje Neefjes 



Geertruyd Met- 
zelaar 



69 



A" 172I den i8^° February 
Johannes 

172I den 3^" Maart 
Sara 



172I den 24«'' Maart 
Roelof 

1728 den 21^° April 
Sara 

1728 den 22™ April 
Rachel 



Anna 

1728 den 28 en April 
Catharina 

1728 den 26'° Mey 
Agneta 



Pieter 



1728 de 8^° Septembf 
Marie 



Vervolgh op de Letter 
J. 



Johannes vander Hoeve 
Anna Sweem 



Jaques Segiiin 
Lady Mambrut 



Jan van Voorhees 

Neeltje Neefjes 

Johannes Dekker 
Maria Sweem 

Johannes Sweem 
Mary Row 

James Bosler 
Sara Pereine 

Jan Jurks 
agnietje Staats 

Jacob de gramo 
Dirkje van Tilburgh 

Johannes Huysman 
Wyntje Symons 



Jean La Tourette 
Marie Mersereaux 



Jean Seguin 
Sara Mambrut 



Simon van Namen 
Lea Sweem 

Job. Sweem 

Pieter Hagewoiit 
Neeltje Bakker 



Aart Symons 
Margreta Daniels 



Paul mersereaux 
Esther La ToiSrette 



A" 1728 den 13™ October 
Josua 

1728 den 20^° octol/ 
Jannetje 



Elsje 

1728 den io^° Novemb'' 
Elsje 



Verv^olgh op de Letter 
-J.- 



Josue Mersereaux 
Maria Corsfen 

Johannes Preyer 
maria Rail 

Johannes Richaud 
Amv Carbet 



Jan Tanszen 
Mayke Zerkerk 



Hans Ral 
Elisabet Strikhouze 

Daniel Escord 
Elisabet Miller 



70 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1728 den 8™ Decemb"" 
Thomas 



1728 den 25'° decemb"' 
Johannes 



172! den i®° January 
Cornelia 

1 72 1 den 23*° Maart 
Nicolaas 

1729 de 7*° april 
Jan 



1729 den 4'° Mey 
Cathryntje 

1729 den ii'° Mey 
Aaltje 



1729 de I5«° Mey 
Petrus 

1729 den 25*° Mey 
Jan 



Tweelinge 



Susanna 



1729 den 26*° Mey 

Willem 



1729 den i®° Juny 
Albert 



1729 den 24'° augusti 
Catharina 

172-!^ den I™ February 
Jefaias [ ?] 

172^ den 8™ February 
Catharina 



Jan Barbank 
Lea Hagevvout 



Jacob vander Bilt 
Neeltje Denys 



Jacob Bergen 
Maria Croesen 

Jaques Egbertzen 
Cathrina Bakker 

Jan andrevet 
Leah Sweem 

Vervolgh op de Letter 
J. 



Johannes Wynants 
Lena Bird 

Jan Philip Simsenbach 
Ule Catharina Pikkerling 



Thomas Barbank 
Marretje martlings 
gerepresenteers door 
de moeder des kint 



Henrik Croesen 
Cornelia Corsfen 



Henrik Slecht 
Cathryna Wynants 

Pieter Bouw- 

man 
Antje van Pelt 



Jacobus Biebaut 
Marytje Sweem 

Jan van Pelt, Anthonys zoon Teiinis van 

Pelt 
Helena van P- 



[missing] 



Susanna La Tourette 



Jacob Bennet 
Elisabet Brouwer 



Johannes Johnson 
Jannetje Glascow 



Jacobus Bakker 
Rebecca Staats 

Jan Winter 
Martha Buy 

Jacob van Dyk 
Catharina van Brunt 



Corn' Dorlant 
Sara van Pelt 



albert Janszen 
marytje Force 
beide door de ouders 
gerepresenteers 

Jan Staats 
Cathrina Corsfen 

Susanna du puy 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 

Vervolgh op de Letter 

J. 



7r 



IJU den 15™ february 
William 



Aart 



1730 -den 24*° Mey 
Jacob 



Matthys 

1730 den 7<"' Juny 
Maria 

I73f den 24*° January 
Anthony 



Henricus 

173? den 2i«° February 
Johannes 

I73f den 28*° February 
Josua 

•173^ den 21'° Maart 
Christopher 



John Day 
Anne More 

Johannes Huysman 
Wyntje Simons 



Josue de mersereaux 
Maria Corsfen 

Johannes Dekker 
Maria Sweem 

John Jones 
Rachel van Engelen 

Johannes vand^ Hoeven 
Anna Sweem 

Jean La Tourette 
Maria Mersereaiix 

Isaak Martiing 
Anna van Namen 

Jean Mersereaux 
Elisabet Creage 

Isaac Garritzen 
Maria Christopher 



Bastiaan Ellis 
Sara Neefjes 



Jacob Corsfen 
Elisabet Vile 

Simon van Namen 



Jan van Pelt Jonysz 
Lena van Pelt 



Lea Sweem 

Jofue Mersereaux 
Maria Corsfen 

Barent Martiing 
Dina van Namen 

Josue Mersereaiix 
Maria Corsfen 

Hans Christopher 
Geertje Stilwell 



M — 

Mattheus De Decker zyne Gedoopte 
Kinderen 
z}'n foon 
Johannes De Decker heeft zynen 
Christelycken Doop ontfangen Anno 169 — 

den 7 fept 
zyne Getuigen bennen 
Barent Teyfzen en Maghdalena Teyfze— 

zyn foon 
Abraham De Decker heeft zynen 
Christelycken Doop ontfangen 

Den 21 Oct. Anno 1707 
De Getuigen Bennen 
Theimis Egberts en Elisabet Swee- [m] 

zyn Dochter Elisabeth 

Gedoopt den 17 April Anno 171 1 
De Getuigen Jacobus Dye en fyn 
\^roiiw 
I zyn foon Mattheiis 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 



72 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

De Getuigen bennen " Aerte van P — , en De Weduwe Van Egbert Hagewout " [words 
in " " crossed out] 
Pieter De Decker en Catharina 
Decker 



[edge of page badly worn and missing] 



M 



Mary Gennens gedoopt den 25 Juli 
Anno 17 10 



A" 1755 den 27°" July 
Cattriena 



Pieter Degroot 
Claartye Poft 



A" 1758 den 25 en July 
Geertruy 



Pieter Degroot 
Claartye Poft 



A" 1755 den 2*° Actober 
Marretye 



rem Symefon 

Geertroy bofkere [bofkero?] 



A° 1758 den 26 february 
Caty 



Willim Spree 
Cattriena maerling 



Jobannis 



marel [ ?] 



A" 1760 den 25 Maart 



Willim Spree 
Cattrena Maarling 



A" 1758 den i«° Janneary 
John 



John marel 
Anna marel 



A" 1760 den 20 Apriel 
wynant 



Peter Haagewout 
Aaltye bennit 



A" 1757 den 25™ September 
Hanna richard fandars 

ragel 



fhehanna [ ?] kinsi 



A" 1760 den 5 en October 
Sara 



richard fandars 
ragel 



A" 1766 den 5 Actober 
Willim 



Andru Colter 
Mary Clendenny 



A" T7.SQ den 23 december 
Cornelus 



Antony founten 
Annaetje Gerritfon 



A" 1765 den 6 October 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 

ling 



73 



baarent 



Johannis Huisman 
Antye Merling 
M 

Marcus Du fecoy zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Gabriel Du fecoy heeft zynen Christelyc 

ken Doop ontfangen Anno 1703 [ ?] 

den 20 Apri — 
De Getuigen bennen 
Antony Thyfsen Katteleyn De fceen 

[edge of page worn and missing] 

Vervolgh op de Letter 

J. 



Pieter mer- 
iannitye 

merling 



173 1 den 26™ Maart 
Abraham 



1731 den II™ April 
Pieter 

1 73 1 den 25 en April 

Maria 

173 1 den 27,^^ Mey 
Loiiis 

1 73 1 den 7«° Juny 
Pieter 

1 73 1 den 18" July 
Daniel 

1731 den I™ Augusti 
Abigail 

173 1 den s"" September 
Christoffel 

1731 den 23™ September 
Jacob 



Joseph Lake 
Aaltje Barbank 



Jean Grondin 
Marguerite du Bois 

Jan van Pelt Janszoon 
Tryntje Bouwman 

Isak Lakerman 
Catharina Christopher 

Jaques Egbertzen 
Catharina Bakker 

Jean Mersereaux 
Elisabet Mersereaux 

John Thorp 
Apollonia Heermans 

Jan Philip Sumsenbach 
ule Cathrina Pikkerling 

Jacob Bergen 
Maria Croesen 



Jan Barbank 
Lea Hagewout 



Esther du Bois 

Pieter Bouwman 
Neeltje Staats 



Hans Christopher 
Lena van Pelt 

Pieter Hagewoxit 
Neeltje Bakker 

Paiil Mersereaux 
Marie Mersereaux 



Susanne 
merl [?] 



Matthys Sweem zyne Gedoopte Kin — 

z}'n Doghter 
Magdaleen Sweem heeft haren Christe- 
lycken Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 

De Getuigen Rennen 
Barent Sween en zyn Huys Vrouw 



74 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Michiel De Jeen 
zyn (oon Antoni is gedoopt 
Anno 1710 de Getuigen bennen 

Johannes Van Der Huven en Magda 

Lena Claafsen 



1719 den ig""" April 
Anthony 

1720 den 19 Juny 
Matthys 

1720 de 9'° octob"' 
Cornelius 

1722 den 17"° Juny 
Rachel 

1727 den 22'° octob'' 
Jannetje 

1728 den 22«° April 
Rachel [" Belitje " crossed 

out] 



Matthys Sweem 
Catharina Mangels Ral 

Mathys Jansz 
Elisabet Ward 

Michiel du Chene 
Susanna vand"' Hoeven 

Matthys Jansz 
Elisabet Ward 

Matthys Sweem 
Catharina Mangels Rol 

Matthys van Brakel 
Rachel Jansz 



Anthony Thysz Swee- 
Neeltje Jansz 

Robert^ Frost 
Sara Usfelton 

Gerrit du Chene 
Anna du Chene 

John Miller 
Mary Miller 

Johannes Sweem 



1730 den 30®° Maart 
Maria 



Matthys van Brakel 
Rachel Jansz 



1730 den 7™ Juny 
Matthys 



1 73 1 den 29°" Augusti 
Wynant 

1732 den 26''" Maart 
Pieter 

1732 den 17^" december 
Gillis 

1734 21 April 
Matthias 

1735 4 Mey 
Susanna 

1739— ?3 april 
Catharina 



1739 den 5™ augusti 
Michiel 



Matthys Jniaart 
Elisabet Gerritzen 



Matthys Janszen 
Geertje Wynants 

Matthew Skane 
Jannetje Tites 

Matthys Jniaart 
Elisabet Gerritzen 

Matthys Sweem 
Cathrina Mangels Rol 

Matthys Jniaart 
Elisabet Gerritzen 

Matthys Jniaart 
Elisabet Gerritzen 



Michiel Vreelant 
Janneke van Hoiiten 



Bastiaan Ellis 
Tryntje Vlierboom 



Pieter Wynants 
Anna van Gelder 



Zeger Gerritzen 
Jannetje Vlierboom 

Michiel du Chene 
Hester Canon 



Christina van 
Woggelum 

Ite [?] Sips [?1 
Antje van Wagenen 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 
Vervolgh op de Letter 

J. 



75 



173 1 den 10*° October 
Robbert 



173 1 den 24'° October 
Cornelius 

1 73 1 den 5^° Decemb'' 

Neeltje 



1 73 1 den 25^° december 
Jacob - 



173J den I en January 
Margareta 



173^ den i6°° January 
Maria 



173^ den 13'"' february 
Zacheus 



Johannes de Groot 
Elisabet Sikkels 



Jacob vander Bilt 
Neeltje Denys 



Zacharias Sikkels 
ariaantje [no name] 



John Lion Jan van Pelt Jansz 

Maria Harmensz Bouwman Tryntje Bouvvnian 



Jacob de Gramo 
Dirkje van Tilburgh 



Johannes Huysman 
Wyntje Symons 



Jan Barbank 
Lea Hagewout 



Jacob van Dyk 
Cathrina van Briint 



Fredrik Bergen 
Gerritje Veghte 



Abraham Taylor 
Harmpje Hagewout 



1 73 J den 14^° February 
Pieter 



Maria 

173^ den 19 en Maart 
Jean 



Pieter 



Jaques 

1732 dfen 26 Maart 
Johannes 

1732 den 9™ April 
Jan 

1732 den 10'° April 
Elisabet 



Vervolgh op de Letter 
J. 



Jacob Preyer 
Lea "Beekman 



Jan Winter 
Martha Baile 

Jaques Seguin 
Lady Mambru[t] 

Johannes Wynants 
Magdalena Bird 

Jean Seguin 
Elisabet Hooper 

Josue Mersereaux 
Maria Corsfen 

James Biitler 
Sara Parein 

John Jones 

Rachel van Engelen 



Johannes Preyer 
Marytje Mangels 
Rol 



Laurens More 
Marie Mersereaux 



Jacob Corsfen Jun' 
maria van Pelt 

matthew Sweem 



/ 



76 



1732 den i6«° April 

Neeltje 



1732 den 24 September 
Cornelius 



1732 den 17*° Decemb. 
Isaak 



^73i den 11™ february 
Antje 

1 73 1 den 18^" Maart 
Catharina 

1733 den 15 en April 
Anthony 

1733 den 4*° Novemb'' 
Susanna 

173! den 13^° January 
Johannes 



Christina 



173! den 20*" January 
Elisabet 



173I 24feb. 
Antje 



1734 — 7 april Maria 

1734 14 april 
Cornelius 

1734— 15 april 
Dirkje 

1734 — 3 J"ny 
Marytje 

1734 16 Juny 
Eduard 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Jan van Voorhees 
neeltje Neefjes 



Jacob Bennet 
Elisabet Brouwer 

Vervolgh op de Letter 
J. 



Isaak Symons 
Neeltje Coteleau 



Johannes Symons 
Dina van Leeuwen 

Johannes Preyer 
Marytje Roll 

Jan van Pelt Anthonys Zoon 
Susanne la Toiirette 

Jaques Egbertsz 
Catharina Bakker 

Johannes Huysman 
Wyntje Symons 



Jan Rol Junior 
Merril 



Celia Preyer 

Tryntje Vliereboom 
Catharina Symons 



Johan Philip Ziimsenbach 

Ule Cathrine Pikkerling Rachel van Engelen 



Josije mersereaux 
Maria Corsfen 

Vervolgh op de Letter 

J. 

Jacob vander Bilt 
Neeltje Denysz 

John Lion 
Maria Boiiwman 

Jacob van Dyk 
Catharina van Brunt 

Jacob de Gramo 
Dirkje van Tilbiirgh 



John Gold 
antje Wynants 

Jean Parlie 
Abigail Jones 



Pieter BoCnvman 
Elsje van Pelt 



Gerrit Croesen 
Geertruyd van Tfiyl 



Nicolas Lazelier 
Esther Lakerman 



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77 



1734 den 30 en Juny 
Nicolaas 

1734 den I™ Sept 
Elsje 



1731- 9 Maart 
Johannes 



Jacobus Bakker 
Rebecca Staats 

John Jennes 

[no name] Johnson 

John Jones 

Rachel van Engelen 



Aron Praal Junior 

zyn Dochter EHsabeth 
is geboren Anno 171 5 den 21 May 
en gedoopt den 6 Jiini 
De Getiiigen bennen Pieter Staats ''" 

en fyn Vroiiw Elisabeth 
zyn 
Aron Paraal foon Aaron is gedoopt 
door domeny antonius Anno 1717 den 17 
van april de getuyge zyn fymen Van namen 
en zyn buys Vroiiw Sartje Van namen 

17^9- den 14™ Febriiary 
Anna 



Henrik Croesen 
Corneha Corsfen 

Lamb' Jennes 
Wyntje Johnson 

John Merril 
Junior 
Elisabet 

Macklien 



1724 den 20 en Septemb"' 
Pieter 

1730 den 7 en Juny 
Willem Jorisze 



1733 den 7«" octob"" 
Henricus 



1735 II Mey 
Henderske 



Arent Praal Junior 
Antje Staats 

Arent Praal Junior 
Antje Staats 

Arent Praal 
Marj'tje Bouwman 



Arent Praal 
Marytje Boiiwman 

arent Praal 
Marytje Boiiwman 



Abraham Sta — 
Agneta Staats 

Nicolas Lageler 
Esther Lakeman 

Willem Jorisze 
Bouwman 
Maria Praal 



Abraham Leeck zyne Gedoopte Kind — 

zyn foon 
Joseph Leeck heeft zynen Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Den 20 April Anno- 

De Getiiigen Bennen 
Barent Marlin ende zyn Huis Vroiiw 

zyn Dochter 
Margariet gedoopt den 25 Jiili 
anno 1710 de Getuygen Engelbart 
van Namen en Feitie Hofte 
zyn foon Abraham 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5; 
De Getuigen bennen Abraham Meer- 
Ling en Elisabeth Bridges 

Abraham Talor 
zyn foon Ephrum 
is gedoopt Anno 171 1 den 23 Octo. 
De Compeer Ephraim Talor de Peet 
Margriet Talor 



1708 



78 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Abram Talor syn dochter 
altje is gedoopt den i8 [?j Mey 1718 
door donieny Sanvort de getuyge zyn 
Jan Macklies [?] en zyn Vrouw 



A" 1720 den 21' 
Rachel 



August! 



A* 1722 den 25 Novemb' 
Aaltje 



A" 1725 den 4* 
Pieter 



July 



1729 den 6*° April 
Ephraim 



Abraham Tailor 
Harmpje Hagewout 

Abraham Tailor 
Harmpje Hagewout 

Abraham Tailor 
Harmpje Hagewoiit 

Abraham Tailor 
Harmpje Hagewout 



Johannes Neul 
Rachel Hagewoiit 

Pieter Hagewoiit 
Neeltje Bakkers 



Jan Barbank 
Lea Hagewoiit 



John Day 
Frankje More 



Andrys Andryfsen zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Andrys Andryfsen heeft zynen Chriftelyckcn 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1701 den 25 Ma— 
De Getuigen bennen 
Gerrit Vechten En Maghdalena Vechten 

[edge of page missing] 

Aert Simoszen zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Simon Simoszen heeft zynen Christelu — 
Doop ontfangen Den 20 April 1708 

De Getiiigen Bennen 
Christofifel Christofifelzen en Geertriiy Sim — 

fsen 
z)'n foon Hans 
is gedoopt Anno 1710 de Compeer Hans 
Christofifel de Feet Maria Praal 

zyn foon Aert 
is gedoopt Anno 1711 den 23 October 
De Compeer Barent Simefsen 
De Peet ftyntie Christofifel 
zyn foon Aert 
is gedoopt Anno 1713 den 24 Juli 

De Getuigen bennen Barent Chriftoffel 
en fyn Vrouw Anna 



Aaert Symensen foon Christofifel gedoopt 
door domeny freeman den iSJunv Anno 1717 
de getuyge zyn Christofifel Christfeer 
als Compeer Voor peet zyn Vrouw 
ftyntje Chistfecr 



A" 1722 den 5' 
Anna 



August! 



Aart Symons 
Margriet Daniels 



Benjamin Corsfen 
Blandina Vile 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD. STATEN ISLAND. 



79 



A" 1724 den 26"' July 
Daniel 



A" 1726- de i6»° Octob 
Susanna 



A" 1728 de 14°° July 
Barent 



1730 den 23™ August! 
Cornelius 



1734 den 4™ August! 
Isaak 



A" 1727 den 4'° Juny 
Maria 



1728 de 5^° Mey 
Maria 

1728 den 28*° July 
Esther 

1729 den 20 en April 
Petriis 

1729 den II en Mey 
Antje 

1729 den 26 octob' 
Antje 



Posthuing 



Albert 



i7|lden 4™ January 
Maria 



1730 den 25™ Octob'' 
Antje 

i73t f'en 28 en February 

Joseph 



1 73 1 den 8™ Augusti 
Abraham 



Aart Symons 
Margriet Daniels 



Aart Symons 
Margriet Daniels 



Aart Symons 
Margreet Daniels 

Aart Symons 
Margriet Daniels 

Aart Symons 
Margriet Daniels 

Abraham Zutphen 
Marytje Borkelo 

Anthony Sweem 
Anna Brooks 

Andre Escord 
Catline Richaud 

Abraham manez 
Sara du Chene 

Anthony Fountain 
Belitje Byvank 

Abraham Zutphen 
Marytje Borkelo 

Albert Rykman, obiit 

Cathrina Christopher 



Andre Escord 
Catline Richaud 

Abraham Alanez 
Sara du Chene 

Abraham Yates 
Hester Drinkwater 

Adriaan van Woggeliim 
Celia [ ?] Preyer 



Catharina Symons 



Zeger Gerritz 
Jannetje V'lierboom 



Cornelius Santvoord 
Anna Staats 



Alida Hegeman 



Johannes Sweem 
Marytje Borkelo 

Isaac Richaud 
Esther Escord 



Barent Christo 

pher 

Cathrina Hoge- 

lant 

Pieter Wynants 
Catharina Wynants 



Nicholas Gerritzen 
Christina van Woggeliim 

Johannes 

Preyer 
Hilletie van 
Woggelum 



8o HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

1 73 1 den 24=° October 

Jannetje Abraham Zutphen 

Marytje Borkelo 

1732 den 4°° Juny 

Maria Abraham Manez 

Sara du Chesne 

1734 den 2*° Juny 

Jan Abraham van Tuyl Isakszoon Jan van Pelt 

Marytje van Pelt Aaltje Byvant 

1735 II Mey 

Patience adam Clendenny 

Eva Johnson 

1736 den 4™ April 

Catherine Abraham Manez 

Sarah dii Chesne 

1738 den 26^'' Maart 

Rachel Abraham Manez 

Sarah du Chesne 

Cobus Claazen zyne Gedoopte Kinder — 

zyn Dogter 
Femmetie Claaszen heeft haren Christel — 
Doop ontfangen Den 22 April Anno 1708 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Abraham Goolder ende zyn huis Vrouw 

[edge of page missing] 

Cornelis Bouman 

Syn Dochter Neeltie 
is gedoopt Anno 1715 den 19 April 
De Getiaigen bennen Abraham 
Metselaer met Syn Vrouw 

Cornelis Egmont syn dochter altje is gedoopt 
Anno 1 718 den i april door domeny freeman 
de getuyge Syn LouWerens Van Campene en 
zyn vrouw 

A" 1720 den 15'° Mey 

Neeltje ' Cornells Bouwman Arent Praal Jiinior 

Antje Staats Antje Staats zyn hvr 

A" [?] 

Cornelis Genaert Syn dochter annetje 
gedoopt door de domeny uyt [?] ysopes [ ?] 
den 8 September Anno 171 7 als getuj'ge 
Willem bouwman en zyn Vrouw 

Cobiis Creven zj^ne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Doghter 
Elsie Creven heeft haren Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen den 22 April Anno. 1707 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Jan Jniaert en Trintie Jniaert 

zyn foon Johannes 
is gedoopt Anno 17 14 den 27 Jiili 
De Getuigen Bennen Jan Maklies 
en Syn Vrouw Eytie 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



8i 



Cobus Creven sj-n soon gillis is gedoopt 
Anno i;7i8 den i april door domeny freeman 
als getuyge gydon \'an Campen en syn V'rouw 
geboren den 12 Van September 17 17 



A" 1720 den 3'" April 








Anna 


Jacobus Craven 




Carel Jniaart 




Antje Jniaart 




Marya Cleave 


A" 1722 den 23™ Decemb'' 






Joris Neefjes 


Christina 


Jacobus Craven 
Antje Jniaart 




Willemtje Borkelo 


A" 1725 de 26'° Septemb 








Esther 


Jacobus Craven 




Thomas Craven Junior 




Antje Jniaart 




Neeltje Craven 


A" 17 1 8 den 20™ July is gedoopt 








de ouders 




de getuygen 


Cornelis 


Cornelis Brees 




Cornelis Jansz 




Sara Schilmans 




Susanna dii Te — [or Je — ] 
[illegible] 


1 7 18 den 2™ Novemb' 








Elisabet 


Charles Mesfiel 




David La forge 




Marytje [no name] 




1719 den 12*^° April 








Charles 


Charles gerritsz 




Ary Schout 
Marya van Pelt 


1719 den 7^" Mey 








Johannes 


Charles Ellens 


Laurens de Camp Loco pa — [worn] 




Marytje de Camp 


Nicolaa 


s Bakkers 






Catharina Mierboom 


1720 den 7*° Augusti 








Hendrikje 


Cornelis Woinat 




Willem Breedrstede 




Tryntje Bouwman 




Elsje Bouwman 


1 72 1 den 30*° April 








Femmetje 


Cornelis Egmont 




Gideon de Camp 




Elsje de Camp 




Hendrikje Elles 


1723 de 26 Mey 








Elisabet 


Cornelis Wynant 




Abraham Cole 




Maria Cole 




Hilletje Woglum 


1723 den 21^° Jiily 








Zeger 


Cornelis Egmont 




Zeger Gerritzen 




Elsje de Camp 




Jannetje Faas 


A" 1723 den 24°° Novemb'' 








Maria 


Cornelius Corsfen 




Gerrit Croesen 




Jannetje Boskerk 




Neeltje Corsfen 


1724 den 6 April 








Sara 


Cornelis Janszen 




Anthony van Pelt 




Sara Manbriit 




Lady Manbrut 


1725 9 Mey 








Maria 


Charles Morg-an 




Henn- Day 




Sara Lorton [Lorson?] 


Maria Morgan 



82 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1725 de 13™ Aiigusti 
Pieter 

1725 den 25 en December 
Maria 

172! den 2'° January 
Christoffel 

1725^ den 20™ February 
Maria 



Cornelius Corsfen 
Jannetje Boskerk 

Cornelis Wynant 
Maria Cole 

Cornelis Egmont 
Elsje de Camp 

Cornelis Janszen 
Sara Manbrut 



Pieter Boiiwman 
Antje Croesen 

Pieter Wynant 
Anna Maria Richaud 

Laurens de Camp 
Christyntje de Camp 

Jaques Seguin 

Lady Manbrut, matrem 

representans 



1726 den II™ Decemb 
Thomas 

1 72 1 den 26*° Febriiary 
Christiaan 



Charles Morgan Jun'' 
Sara Rutan 

Cornelius Corsfen 
Jannetje Boskerk 



Thomas Morgan 
Magdalena Staats 

Christiaan Corsfen 
Cornelia Corsfen 



A° 1720 den 6<=" [ ?] Maart 

Maria Catharina Corn. v. Santvoord 

Anna Staats 

A° 1 72 1 den 23"° July 

Anna Corn. v. Santvoord 

Anna Staats 



A" I72f den 8"° Maart 
Cornelius 



Corn, van Santvoord 
Aima Staats 



Jan Staats 
Catharina Corsfen 

Do. Bernardiis Freeman 
Bedienaar des A: Eiiang 

op Lang Eilant 
Jufif Margareta van Schayk 
beide gerepresenteers door 
Jan Staats en Catharina 
Corsfen 

Jan Veghte 
Cornelia Staats 



172^ den 21™ Maart 
Staats 



Corn. v. Santvoord 
Anna Staats 



Doiiwe v. Woggelu- 
Maria Staats 



1728 den 22'° Decemb' 
Jacoba 



Corn. V. Santvoord 
Anna Staats 



Christiaan Corsfe — ■ 
Jannetje Staats 



1733 den 7°° October 
Zeger 



Corn. V. Santvoord 
Annr» Staats 



de H' Jan Schuyler 
Juflf Sarah Walters 



A" 172I den i8'° february 
Cornelius 



Cornelis Wynant 
Mary Cole 



Wynant Wynant 
Martha Hooper 



Charles 

1728 den 25 en decemb'' 
Rachel 



Charles Dekker 
Lena Sweem 

Cornells Janszen 
Sara Mambrtit 



Estienne Mersereaux 
Marie Mersereaux 



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83 



172 § den 2^ en February 
Cornelius 



1729 den 26™ octob 

Anthony 

1730 den 5'" April 

Matthys 

1730 den 31*^° Mey 
Elisabet 

1730 den 28^" Juny 
Abraham 



I73f den 21^" February 
Cornelius 



Cornelis Corsfen 
Jannetje van Boskerk 



Cornelis Dorlant 
Saartje van Pelt 

Charles Dekker 
Lena Sweem 

Charles Petit 
Anne Perliez 

Charles Morgan 
Sara Rutan 



Cornelis Corsfen 
Jannetje van Boskerk 



Frans gerbrants 
Neeltje Corsfen, ge 
representeers door 
Antje Croesen 



Jan van Pelt 
Susanne La Tourette 

Barent Sweeni 
Maria Canon 

Jean Segiiin 
Dorcas Seguin 



Cornelis Croefen 
Helena van Tuyl 



1 73 1 - den lo'" Octob'' 
Henrik 

1732 den 30 en July 
Charles 

1732 den 22 en October 
Jacobiis 

1732 den 29 en October 
Magdalena 

173329 July 
Abraham 



1737, 9 Maart 
Daniel 



i73f 16 Maart 
Mattheus 



C — 

Cornelis Croesen 
Helena van Tuyl 

Charles Morgan 
Sara Rutan 

Corneliiis Corsfen 
Jannetje van Boskerk 

Charles Dekker 
Lena Sweem 

Cornelis Croesen 
Helena van Tuyl 



Corneliiis Corsfen 
Jannetje van Boskerk 



Charles Dekker 
Lena Sweem 



Henrik Croesen 
Cornelia Corsfen 

Jan Rol 
Jannetje Borkelo 

Jacobus Bakker 
Maria Staats 

Sara van namen 



Abraham van Tuyl 
Femmetje Denys 



Daniel Corsfen 
Cornelia Croesen 



173I den 8°° January 
Esther 



1735 den 6*° April 
Rachel 

1735 den 7 en April 
Thomas 



Charles Dekker 
Lena Sweem 



Clement Hooper 
Mary Stilwell 

Charles Morgan 
Sara Rutan 



Philip Hooper 
Marie Mersereaux 

Zeger Dekker 
Susanne Jones 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1736 den 26°° april 
Jan 

1736- 27 Juny 
Daniel 

1736 den 8 en Augusti 
Cornelius 

1736- den 19 en Septemb 
Catharina 



1738 den 23 Septemb. 
Antje 



1739 den 16°" Septemb 
Carel 



Corneliiis van Cleef 
Sara Marshal 

Cornells Gerritzen 
Aaltje van Winkel 

Cornells Croesen 
Helena van Tuyl 

Cornelius Corsfen 
Jannetje van Boskerk 

Corneliiis Corsfen 
Jannetje van Boskerk 



Carel nyts 
Rebecca Winter 



Daniel van Winkel 
Jannetje Vreelant 



Corneliiis van Sant- 

voord 

Anna Staats 



obadiah Winter 
Geertje Winter 



A° 1753 den 7™ Novemb. 
Maria 



C — 

Charles Mc Lean 
Maria Corsen 



A" 1754 den 2'° November 
Cattriena 



A" 1754 den 2 November 
Abraham 



Abraham Beckelo 
Cattriena Elis 



beniemen Praal 
Sara Sweem 



Ellus 



Cornelus 
egye ellis 



Abraham Praal 
Alida Praal 



A" 1766 den 26 Augustus 
Johannis 



beniemen Praal 
Sara Sweem 



A" 1754 den 3 en November 

Wachgiel Helmis vrelant 

Neeltye vanhoren 



Jores [sic] kadmis 

Jannitye 

vrelant 



A" 1757 den 20 november 

Johannis Antoni founten 

Anaatye gerretson 

A° 1754 den 3°° November 

Antoni Antoni founten 

Anaatye Gerretson 

A' 1756 den [no date] en Maart 
Maragrietye Antoni founten 

Anaatye gerretson 

A" 1754 den 3™ November 
Eliesebeth Nettenel Bos 

Jannetye Poft 



Johannis 
Gerretson 



Pieter Degroot 
Klaart [?] Poft 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



85 



A" 1758 den 17^° September 



Gerret 



Nettenel bos 
Jannetye Poft 



Pieter Poft 
maria Poft 



ouders 



Pieter Van Pelt 
Barbara hoelten 


Barbara 


John Jenner 
Aeltye martlinghs 


willem 


Jan Veltman 
Jannetye Jurks 


Geertruyt 


Willem Richardfon 
Anne fisher 


margret 


Walter Clendenne 
Pietemela oliver 


Cathilyna 



defe kinderen zyn gedoopt den 17 dfember 1748 
kinderen getuyge 



Willem Jenner 
Sarah Jenner 



John Pinhooren 
Geertruyt 



ouders 

fimon fimonfen 
Helena Sweem 

John Merrell 
Anna Merrell 

John Laarens 
Catherina Backer 

Jacob Bergen 
maragreta Bennet 



ouders 

matthys Sweem 
Catherina merrell 

Symon Van Pelt 
mria Adams 

Charleus Rollens 
Susanna merrell 

Joachim Stillewel 
Anna Jenners 

Hans Symonse 
Anna Van Pelt 



Cherles makleen 
marytye Corfen 



defe kinderen zyn gedoopt den 3 my my 1749 
kinders getuyge 

Jeremyah 



Gertriiyt 
Jan 



Geertruyt Merrell 



adriaen 
defen kinderen zyn gedoopt den 23 my 1749 
kinderen getuyge 

Catherina 



Peterus 
Philip 
Richard 
Wyntye 



Peterus Van Pelt 
Barbera Hoelten 

Philip merrell 
Catarina merrell 

aeltye Jenners 



dit kint is gedoopt den 19 September 1749 



Willem 



Corneles Corfen 
Jannetye Boskerck 



86 



1/49 

ouders 

Jacus Ecbers 
Catharina Backer 



HISTORICAL MISCELL-\NY. 
Dele kiiidem z'vn g>^ioopt den den 7 november 
kinderen getuvge 

BiMU-anicn Catliarina brestede 



tennis Egbertsen Barent 

Pietemelle depu , 

Barent inertliiig-s-'""" Barent 

Svis;»niui Gerrctse 



Barent Meertlingfs "" 
Elizabotli cerretse 



[The foUowius; {xige is marked " 13 " and appears in the lK>ok between jxiges 77 and 7S. 
Very nnich woni. Tlie date is probably 174O-1747] 



\an Pelt 



\'alkeubnrgh 
6 [?] October 



onse 
Sweem 

non 

tes 
\an Pelt 

clindinne 



Kinders 
Jannetye 

zyn dese kinders gedoopt 

kinden 
X'redrick 

abrahani 



Getuygen A 

Gnstaves Clasen 
walbrugh \an Pelt 



getuyge 



(atya \'an Pelt 
nialH clindinne 



fafya 
Rachel 
28 July f\-n deie kinderen Gedoopt 

kinders Getuvgen 



— am Berkelo 
ina EUes 

— r Clindinne 
melle ah^er 

\'eltnian 
ety Jurks 



Gerret 
w-alteris 

Hendrick 



Basteaen Elles 
Sara neefves 



[The following page is marke<,l " 14 '" and written in lead pencil " See p. 77." It 
is the reverse side of page " i v" From the worn edge. I am inclinevl to think that page 
" 13 " should be 14. and " 14.^ 13.] 



174Q r?l ^^^ 7 No\-ember 

ouders kinderen 

Lewis mitchel Joannis 

Rachel Teeler 



Joseph Ralph Elizabeth 

neeltve kroesen 



gjetiiyge 

Pieter m — 
aelt>"e Teel — 

Cornelius — 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 
1750 den 20 My fyn defe kinderen gedoopt 



87 



oiiders 

faiiuicl Dcliart 
abigacl J ones 

Jan Van Pelt 
Jane adanis 

Pieter meerlings Juncr 
Anne 1 [ecreiiian 



Uinderen 
famuel 

faniuel 
abrahani 



gctuyge 



John Le - 
Catharine 

Blandien ■ 



Pieter nieri — 
Catliarina nier 



Barent Dnpiie 
Elsye Puilyon 


niartha 




1750 den 30 Jidy ; 


Pieter D Grood 
Clacrtye Poft 


Elizabeth 


antony Van Poll 
Jenneke (eymenft 


Elizabeth 


Joseph Juessen 

Wynty CliiuHnne 


Eefye 




1746 (le i( 


ouwders 


kiiuU'ren 


otto Van tuyl 
tryntye boskck 


abrahani 


Scymon Scymnnfc 
Sara V^in pelt 


maria 


Pieter Van Pelt 
barbara hocltcn 


Johannes 


mattliys Sweeni 


benyamen 



Johannes 
l':iizal)eth 



Jacob Cor 



Palli [?] feym 



gctuygcn 
mateeus 



Johannis Van pelt 
Sophya Slager 

Elizabeth Sweem 



cathcrina uicrrcl 



Defe kinderen hebben harcn Christilyke doop ontfangen 
den 22 april 1747 

Egbert hagewout 
Maria Gaelledct 



Elftye Merrill 



Jacus Egberts 
catrina backers 


antye 


John Jones 
rachel van engclen 


Ifaac 


mattheus decker 
Elftye Merrill 


Elftye 


John Merrill 
antye merrill 


Joida 


waiter clcndonne 
peternella oliver 


Jacob 



88 



leuues mitchel 
rachel tyler 

Johannes merrill 
aeltye bennet 



Ouders 

Jacb[ ?] bergen 
margrietye bennet 

Jan laarens 
caatye backer 

Symon Van Pelt 
malli adams 

thomas Stillwel! 
debora martlings 

andries Pryor 
Helena Dorlandt 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY, 
haimentye 



richard 



thomas burbank 
harmentye tayler 

Elftye merrel 



defe kindern zyn gedoopt den lo yuni 1747 



kinderen 
Gerretye 

Jacob 

Jennie 

Elias 

Jan 



getuyge 

Frederick bergen 
Gerretye Veghte 

Jacobus backer 
rabecca Staats 

Jan Van Pelt 
Jane adams 

nickolaes Stihvell 
maria Smith 



Susanna Van pelt 
Dele kinderen zyn gedoopt den 13 October 1747 

getuygen 



Ouders 


kinderen 


tunes Egbertse 
Piternella depuy 


abraham 


barent depuy 
Elfye poilyon 


Elizabeth 


antoni Van Peldt 
Jannetye Symonse 


maria 


Charles Mc Clean 
maria corfen 


Jannetye 


Jacob corfen Jun'' 
Cornelia kroefe 


Jacob 


Abraham berkelau 
catrina Ellis 


Cornelius 


barent martlinghs 
Susanna gerretfe 


Jannety 


A" 1759 den 4 en Maart 
John 


Denel marfero 
Cornelia vanderbilt 


A" 1759 den ae""" Augustus 
Saara 


Cornelius ellis 
Leena vanderbilt 


A° 1759 den 26*° Augustus 
Sara 


Piater vanpelt 
Barber 



Johannes Van Pelt 

aron Van namen 
mary Mc clean 

Jacob corfen 



Jan rol 

Jannetye berkelau 



bafteaan ellis 
Saara neefye 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



89 



A" 1759 den 26*° Augustus 
Cornelius Cornelius kroeson 

Beelitye degroot 



A" 1759 den 26™ Augustus 
Andro 



Sammual danyck 
Jenny ryt 



A" 1759 den 26™ Augusts 
Danal 



Peatar Cornon 

Mally Stebs 



A" 1760 den i Janneary 
Sara 



A° 1759 den 4^° november 
Neeltye 



A" 1759 den 4™ november 
Maragrietye 



A" 1760 dan 5 October 
Marya 



A" 1760 den 10 febuary 
richard 



A° 1760 den 5 October 
Marya 



Antony vanpelt 
Jenneke Symefon 



Christeyaan Gerrebrans 
Marya Poft 



Johannis Gerritfon 
Marritye demot 



Charsels daccr 
macey maral 



John Larns 
Caatye backer 



John Sweem 
Cornelia bergen 



— B — 

Barent fymessen zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Dochter 
Wyntie fymefsen heeft haren Chrifstelycken 

Doop ontfangen 1701 den 25 Mart 

De Getuigen bennen 
Mattheus Decker en Eva Decker 

zyn foon 
Johannes fimonzen zynen ChristeH'cken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Picter Ryeken [or Rycken] met zyn Huisvrouw 

zyn foon Aron 
is gedoopt Anno 17 10 De Compeer 
Michiel De Jeen de Peet Martha 
Jaddin 



1718 den 24^' 
Maria 



Augusti 



Barent Symonsfen 
Apollonia Mesfeker 



Cornelis Jansz 
Wyntje Symons 



90 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 
— Kinder — 



Barent Chriftoffelzen zyne Ge — 

zyn foon 

Niclaes Chnstoiielzen heeft zynen Christelyc- 
ken Doop ontfangen Anno 1703 den 
4 Augustus 
De Getuigen bennen 
{toffel Christoffelzen en Tryntie Barents 

zyn Dochter 
Catharyna Chriftoffelzen heeft haren Chryste 
lycken Doop ontfangen Anno 1706 _ ._ 

den 23 Apr. 
De Getuigen bennen 
Hans Christoffelzen en Mary Praal 

zyn Doghter 
Rebecka Chrisstoffelzen heeft haren Chr — 
lycken Doop ontfangen Den 20 Ap: Anno. 17 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Christiaan Korszen en zyn Huis vrouw 

zyn Dochter Maria 
is gedoopt Anno 1710 De Getuygen bennen 
Aert fimefsen en Antie fimefsen 



A° 1715 den 11™ January 
Siisanna 



Barent Christopher 
Anna Cathrina stilwel 



Pieter 

Elisab 
Arrow 



[Top of page and margin, worn and missing] 

A" 1754 den 2^° November 

Jacob refoo 
fufanna merel 



Catriena 



catriena merl 



A" 1759 den 26^ Augustus 
Andries 

1754 den 2 November 
Aront 



David Cornon 
Aaltye Praal 

Davit Cornon 
Aaltve Praal 



A" 1758 [or 6] den 29 January 
Davit Davit Cornon 

Aaltye Praal 
A" 1754 den 4 en November 
franfintye Aart fymenfon 



A" 1754 den 3'° November 
Johannis 

A" 1754 den 3 en November 
Sufanna 

A° 1756 den 31 en Actober 
Nettenel 



franfintye Morgon 



Barent depue 
Elfye Puelyon 

Nettenel Laakerman 
Mareytye Merrel 

Nettenel Laakerman 
Mareytye Merel 



margrietye 
fimonfon 



geertruy 



merel 



" A° 1755 [or 6] d 27 en July 

Necclos Necclos Backer " 

[The above, enclosed in " " is crossed out] 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 
A" 1757 den 20 en november 



91 



Sara 



A" 1758 den 26 fabruary 
Ifak 



A° 1755 den 27 en July 
Necclos 



Symon Symonfon 
Sara vanpelt 



Nattenal Laacerman 
marya niarel 



John Lerns 
kaatye backes 



A° 1757 den ii'° September 
Mareia 



A° 1755 den 2j en July 
Grietye 



A" 1758 den 12 maart 

Necclos 



A° 1755 den 27 en July 
{aartye 



John Lerns 
kaaty backer 



Pieter Hagewout 
Altye B[ejnnet 



Pieter haagewout 
Altye bennet 



Daneel filof 
Henne klerrc 



otta vantuil 

Catriena boskerrc [or boskerrej 



Necclos Backer 



Danal Lerns 
fanny Lerns 



Egbert Hage- 

wut 
grietye Hagewout 



Neclos haagewout 
Geertruy hagewout 



Elsye Silof 



A" 1759 den 26*° Augustus 
Dane! 

A° 1755 den 27 en July 
Edword 



A° 1755 den 27 en July 
fufanna 



A" 1755 den 27 en July 
Cttriena 



Danel Silof 
Henne klac 

Willim Spree [or Spree] 
Cattriena Maerling 



John fchinnif 
Aaltye Maerling 



Cherls mechleen 
maria Corfon 



fufanna 
Cattriena Corfon 



A" 1755 den 2*° Actober 
fara 

A" 1775 den 2"° Actober 
Johnneton 



John Merrel 
Anna merrel 

Pieter Johnfon 
malli lifter 



A" 1755 den 5 en AMober [sic] 

ragel Doiiwe Corfon 

Janntye Conein 
A" I7S5 den I2«' A°ctober 
David Pieter vanpelt 

Barber Houlton 



John veltman 
Jannetye Jurk 



9' HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

A" 1760 den i Janneary 
n^^rya John marssero 

Marya Praal 

1768 October 9 

All lada John Mercereau 

Mary Prall 

1768 December 4 

Peggy Abraham Skirmen 

Alizabeth 



D — 

Derek Kroefsen zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Nickasa Kroefen heeft zynen Doop ontfangen 

Anno 1696 den 5 May 
zyn Getuigen bennen 
Cornells Vielen En Caatye Bogardus 

zyn foon 
Derek Kroefsen heeft zynen Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno. 1701 den 22 oct 
De Getuigen bennen 
Niclaes Backer en Blandyena Bogardus 

zyn foon 
Hendrick Kroefsen heeft zynen Chris- 
telycken Doop ontfangen Anno - 1707 

den 30 jiili 
De Getuigen bennen 
Chrystiaan Korfsen en Sara Bogardus 

Derek Claafsen zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyne Dochter 
Femmetye Claafsen heeft haren Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1701 den 22 octo — 
De Getuigen bennen 
Tyfsen en Elyner Morgen 

zyn Dochter 
Hendrickie Clafsen heeft haren Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1703 den 20 April 
De Getuigen bennen 
Johan Pu en zyn Vrouw 

zyn foon 
Jacobus Claassen heeft zynen Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno- 1706 den 23 Ap. 
De Getiiygen bennen 
Jacobus Classen en Magdalena Claassen 

Donckin Oliver syn Dochter Margarietie 
is gedoopt den 19 April 1709 de Compeer 
Egbert Hagewout de Peet Aeltie Hagewout 

Daniel de Hart zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Daniel De Hart heeft zynen Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 den 22 oct 

De Getuygen bennen 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



93 



Jacob Van Pelt en Grytie Clerck 

zyn Dochter faartie 
is geboren den 17 April 171 1 

De Getuigen bennen Johannes 
Van Pelt en fyn Vrouw Sara 
zyn foon Matthys 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 

De Getuigen bennen Jan van Pelt 
en Cornelia Moiirits 
zyn Dochter Elisabeth 
is gedoopt Anno 1715 den 19 April 

De Getiiigen bennen Jan Clerck 
en Elisabeth Niewenhiiisen 



Daniel de hart Syn foon Sameiiel is gedoopt 
door domeny anthonius op Staten llant 
Anno 1717 van augustus aende noort - zyd 
de getiiyge zyn James helpets en zyn 
hiiys vroiiw - marytje helperftje 



A° 1720 den ii°° December 
Frederyk 



A" 1 72 1 den 3*" Septemb' 
Jenneke 

A" 1724 den 19"° July 
Zuster 



Rutgerz 



A° 1726 den i8'° Septemb'^ 
Jan 

1 72 J den 25 en February 
Jan Staats 

I72f den 9 en Maart 
Aaghje 

1730 den 28 en Jiiny 
Corneliiis 



1731 den 7'° Juny 
Francyntje 



173 1 den i*° Augusti 
Abraham 



1 73 1 den 31*° Octob 
Cathrina 



Dirk Cadmiis 
Jannetje van Hoorn 



Dirk Hogelant 
Maria Slot 

Douwe van Woggelum 
Jannetje Staats 

Dirk Cadmus 
Jannetje van Hoorn 



Douwe Van Woggelum 
Jannetje Staats 

Douwe van Woggelum 
Jannetje Staats 

Daniel van Winkel 
Jannetje Vreelant 

Douwe van Woggeliim 
Jannetje Staats 



Daniel Stilwell 
Marie Poillon 



Denys van Tiiyl 
Neeltje Croesen 



Dirk Cadmiis 
Jannetje van Hoorn 



Hendrik Ligges 

Antje Vile 



Johannes Hooglant 
Catharina Richaiid 

Benjamin Corsfen 
Blandina Vile 

Jan van Hoorn 
antje van Hoorn 



Jan Staats 
Catharina Corsfe 

Jan Veghte 
Cornelia Staats 

Jacob van Wageninge 
Lea Jiiriaans 

Jan Staats 
Catharina Corsfen 



David La Tourette 
Catline [?] Poillon 



Femmetje 

Denysz 
Middelzwaast [ ?] 

Jacobiis van Wageningen 
Lea van Wageningen 



94 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



173^ den 19 en Maart 
Jaques 

A° 1733 ^^" ^8 en Novemb- 
Andries 



A° 1734 den i en Septemb. 
Marie 

A" 1734 den 8 en Septemb- 
Denys 

1736 den 4 en April 
Daniel 



David La Toiirette 
Catherine Poillon 

Dirk Cadmiis 
Jannetje van Hoorn 



David la Tourette 
Catherine Poillon 

Denys van Tuyl 
Neeltje Croesen 

Daniel Stilwell 
Maria Poillon 



Jacob gerritsz van 

Wageningen 
Lea Gerritszen 



Judith Bodin 



Judith Bodin 



1738 den 26*° Maart 
Jaqiies 



1736- 27 Juny 
Catharina 



1737 31 July 

Catharina 

173I den 4 en Maart 

Posthuma Neeltje 



1739 den 25 en Novemb'' 
Richard 



Daniel Stilwell 
Marie Poillon 



Douwe van Wogluni 
Jannetje Staats 

Daniel Stilwell 
Catherine Lazelier 



Denys van Tuyl, obiit 
Neeltje Croesen 



Daniel Stilwell 
Catherine Lazelier 



Judith Bodin 



Jan mangel Rol 
Christina van Woglum 



Jda Stillwell 



Cornelius van 
Santvoord V. D. M. 
Esther Lazelier 



1740 den 30^° Maart 
Abraham 



A" 1754 den 2 May 
Johennis 



A" 1755 den i8^° deceniber 
Eevert 



A" 1753 den 7'° Novemb'' 
Richard 



Daniel Crocheron 
Maria du Puy 

Symon Symefon 
Sara van pit 

Symon Symefon 
Sara van Pelt 

Vervolgh op de Letter D- 

— D — 



Daniel Corsen 
Maria Stilwell 



Barent Sweem 



Gerardus Beekman en 
Maria Beekman gere- 
presenteerds door Neeltje 
Corsen 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 95 

A" 1753 flen 7 en 9 ber 

Daniel Daniel Corsen Cornelius Corsen en 

Maria Stilwell Anna Croesen 

Seymen Van Amen Syn 

Doghter Saertie heeft haren 
Chrestelyke Doop ont fangen 
30 October int Jaer 1716 
De getuj'gen zyn Aront prael 
Junior en Syn Vroiiw aentie prael 

1718 den 17^° Augiisti 

Aaron Symon van Namen Stoffel Christopher 

Sara Praal Elsje Dorlant 

— E — 

Ephraini Thealer zyne gedoopte Kinderen 

zyne Doghter 
Margrietie Thealer heeft haren 
Christelycken doop ont fangen den 5 may 1696 

Haer. [Jaer?] Getiu'gen bennen 
feger Gerrifsen en Elisabeth Ariefmet 

zyn foon 
Jan Thealer heeft zynen Chriftelycken 
Doop ontfangen 1696 
De Getiiigen bennen 
Jan Pieterzen Woggelom enHendric- 
ka ftrockelf 

Staat[n?] Jsl 



Evert Mesker zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Doghter 
Hendrickie Mesker heeft haren Christelicken 
Doop ontfangen Den 22 april Anno - 1707 

De Getiiigen Bennen 
Pieter Ricken met zyn Wyf 

zyn Doghter 
Neeltie Mesker heeft haren Chris- 
telycken Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 

De Getiiigen 
R_vck Ryckzen en Elisabeth Sweem 

zyn Mattheiis 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 

De Getiiigen bennen Mattheus 
Decker met syn Huisvrouw 

Evert Van Namen zyne Gedoopte 
Kinderen 
zyn foon 
Joseph van Namen heeft zynen Christe 
lycken Doop ontfangen Den 22 April 

Anno 1709 
De Getuigen bennen 
Engelbart van Namen en Aeltie Janz 



96 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1718 de 3 augusti 
Maria 



Evert van Namen 
Wyntje Benhem 



Egbert Egbertsen 
zyn foon Abraham 
is gedoopt Anno 1713 den 13 July 
De Compeer Theunis Egberts de Peet 

Antie de Sien 



A° 1 7 18 den 20*° July is gedoopt 



de Duders 



Egbert Hagewout 
zyn Dochter Derckie 
is gedoopt Anno 1714 den 4 May 
De Getiiigen bennen Pieter Hagewout Senior 

en Tryntie Backer 



Engel bart Lot S\'n 

Soon genaemt pieter gedoopt den 

18 Anno 1717 van Juny door domeny 

freeman de getuyge zyn LoWyf de bo 

als Compeer als peet margita 

Wolff ers geboren de 14 april 1717 

1722 den 20 Mey 
Johannes 



172I den 23* 

Nathan 



February 



A° i72f den 30*° January 
Thomas 



Egbert Egbertszen 
Francyntje du Chene 

Elias Burger 
Susanna Whitman 

Elias Stilwell 
Anna Barbank 



Jan lennes 
Maria Jansz 



de getiiygen 



Eduard 


Eduard Jones 


Barent Symonsz 




Catharina Dekkers 


Eva Mesfeker 


17 19 den 12^° April 






Johannes 


Engelbert van Namen 


Stoffel Christopher 




Marytje de Camp 


Christina de Camp 


1719 den 8™ November 






Mattheiis 


Eduard Jones 


Pieter Dekkers 




Catharina Dekkers 


Neeltje Dekkers 


1720 den 10'° April 






Jsaak 


Egbert Egbertse 


Thomas Kasper 




Francyntje de Chene 


Francyntje Mangels 
Ral 


1 72 1 den 15'° October 






Sara 


Engelbert van Namen 


Joh. van Namen 


gemelle 




Joh. de Camp 


Maria 


Marytje de Camp 


Maria van Pelt 
Maria Praal 


1722 den 22*° April 






Abigail 


Eduard Jones 


Nicolas Larziliere 




Catharina Dekkers 


Esther Lakeman 



Marytje Claasfen 



Thomas Barbank 
Marretje Martlingh 
gerepresenteers door 
Anna van Namen 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 97 

A' 1726 de 14 augusti 

Eduard Eduard Jones Zeger Dekkers 

Catharina Dekkers Maria Sweem 
A" 172^ den 24°° Maart 

Daniel Elias Stilwell Jan Barbank 

Anna Barbank Lea Hagewout -, 

Engelbart Lot 
zy Dochter Elisabeth 
is gedoopt Anno 17 15 
De Getuigen bennen Abraham 
Ryken em Metie Titsoer 

Pieter Van pelt zyn foon 

Willem gedoopt Den 2;^ november 171 5 

Johannes Van pelt en Syn Vrouw getuyge 

Johannes Ryke Syn Soon abraham 

gedoopt Den 23 noii ember 1715 

De getuygen Aabram ryke Elysebet ryke 

Abraam taylor Syn Doghter maregriet 
gedoopt Den 23 november 1715 
De getuygen Jacob Van pelt 
en Syn Vroiiw aeltje 

Pieter telburgh Syn Soon Johannes 
gedoopt 23 november ent Jaer 171 5 
De getuygen Willem Bounian 
en Syn Vrouw 

Pieter Van pelt Syn Soon Sameul is gedoopt 
den 16 april Anno 1717 door domeny antonius 
de getiiyge zyn Jan Van pelt en zj'n Vrouw 
altje Van pelt 

1715 den 18 October 
Reick Reyken Syn Doghter gedoopt 
genaemt Elesabet Hammus [or tammiis] Smyt and 
De pet elesabet Reyken 

Wellem Svvame Syn Soon magyel 
gedoopt Den 18 October 171 5 
De getuigen hendreck Wellemsen en 
maritje Wylemit [ ?] 

Johannes Swame Syn Soon Albert 
gedoopt Den 18 October int Jaer 171 5 

De geuygen 
Willem Seymensen en De pet elybet 

tunes Exbersen Syn Doghter Susanna 
gedoopt Den 18 October ent Jaer 1715 

Jan Veghte Syn Soon Garret 
ge Doopt Den 20 mart int Jaer 17165 
en De getuygen Jan Staats en Syn 
Vrouw Catryna en is gebooren 
ent Jaer I7if Den eersten 
Jannewary 



9^ HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Joost Van pelt Syn Soon Joost 
ge Doopt Den 20 mart int Jaer 1716 
Den getuygen Derek hoogelant 
en Elesebet hogelant 

Andries Bouman Soon Joriiis 
gedoopt den i april 171 8 door domeny 
freeman als getiiyge Johannes afte 
als Peet hendrycktje bouman 
geboren den 10 desember 1717 

Andries Bouman Syn Soon Andries 
gedoopt Den. 20 mart en Jaer 17 16 
Den getuygen Barent merlengh 

en katje hafte [or hafte] 

Benjamen Corssen Syn Doghter gedoopt 
en genaemt Maria als Getuygen 
Christjaen Corssen als peet Elvsebet 
Corssen en Dat int Jaer 1716 Den 13 agustes 

Pieter marlyngh Syn Soo[n] Isack is 
Gedoopt De 13 agustes int Jaer 1716 
De getuygen henderyck merlyngh 
de peet Was De Moeder Van' het kent 

Jacob Gramo zyn Soo[n] Johannes 
gedoopt de getuygen pieter tilburgh en zyn 
Vrouw mettje tilburgh en Dat int 
Jaer 1716 Dan 13 Agustes 

Barent Christefer zyn twe kenderen 
zyn gedoopt De 13 agustes int jaer 1716 
De getuygen Voor het eene kent Dat 
genaemt is ane catryn is Jan Van pelt 
en Syn yrouw aeltje Van pelt 
Voor zyn Soon Die genaemt is Barent 
zyn De getuygen aert Symezen en 
Sy — Vrouw aentje Symezen 

A" 1754 den 7^° Augustus 

^'^^^^^^ Jacob Korfon maria Korfon 

Cornelia Kroefon 

A» 1754 den 7™ Augustus 

Gerrit Gerrit Poft Gerrit Poft 

^^'■a clhs frntfintye Poulfe 

A» 1758 den la"^" Maart 

^'"■'''" Gerrit Poft Abraham berkelo 

S^""^ elhs Cattriena ellis 

A» 1763 den 25^" Maart 

^-^^ Gerrit Poft 

Sara ellis Sara ellis 



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99 



Sande Semson Syn Doghter genaemt 
tabeta gedoopt Den 12 June int Jaer 1716 
De getuygen Jan Semson en 

Syn buys Vrouw 
Tyes Jansen Syn Doghter genaemt 
Beletje gedoopt De getuygen Johannes Jansen 
en aenetje Jansen op Den 12 June 1716 

Steven Vetyte Syn Soon gedoopt genaemt 
petrus Den 12 June ent Jaer 1716 
en De getuygen fellip Cosie en 
maria maghdelena Drulyet [ ?] 

Machgyel [or Maehgyel] Due Seen Syn Soon genaemt 
Valentyen is gedoopt Den 21 mey int Jaer 1716 
en De getuygen A'bram meslur [ ?] 
en Syn Vrouw angenetje meslur 

Arey Van Woglom Syn Soon genaemt 
Jan is gedoopt 21 mey int Jaer 1716 
en De getuygen zyn Benyamen 
Korssen en zyn Vrouw Blandyna 
Corssen 

Vervolgh op de Letter 

— E — 



Daniel 



Estienne Mersereaiix 
Anne Michel 



Pierre Roseaiix 
Marie Mersereaiix 



173I I January 
Marie 



Estienne Mersereaiix 
Anne Mitchel 



Marie 
Mersereaiix 



1735- 22 Juny 
Esther 



Eneas Johnson 
Sara Morgan 



N. B. Zie van de zen Eneas, in de Letter N. Niers 
zynde die naam zo by verkortinge toen op gegercn 



1738 den 5=° Novemb' 
Esther 



Elisee Gulledet 
Magdelaine Gendron 



1740 den 25'° Mey 
Richard 

A" 1754 den 7^° Augustus 
blandiena 



Estienne Mersereaux 
Anne Mitchel 

Pieter Sielof 
Marya van pelt 



1752 den I October 

ouders 

Joh Jenners 
aeltye meerlings 



kinderen 
Elsve 



Getuygen 

Johannes merlings 
Elsye Jenners 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



A" 1754 den 2™ May 
Lammert 


Wellem Sinnis 
yannetye gerretfe 


Elsye Sinnis [?] 


A" 1754 den 2«° May 
Jfack 


Merya Sinnif 


John Sinni£ 


A" 1754 den 2 May 
Jan 


Sara dey 


marya adams 


A° 1754 en 9™ Juny 


Daneel Symefon 
Mally Decker 




A" 1758 den 26 february 
Abraham 


Daneel Symenfon 
Mally Dackei 




175 1 den 28 July 






ouders 


kindes 


Getuygen 


Johannes Poft 
antye Huyfman 


Leya 


Pieter D. Grood 
Sara Elis 


John Laarns 
kaetye Backer 


antye 




Aron van namen 
Mary mackleen 


rachel 




Joackim Stilwil 
Antye Jinnes 


Jan 




Ifaak Prael 
marya de baa 


Lowies 




Charlis Deckker 
helena fweem 


marya 




mathys fweem 
chatarina merril 


Isaak 




Pieter Hagewout 
aeltye Bennet 


neeltye 


neeltye Backer 


Abraham Egbertse 
EHzabet Gerretse 


Hester 


Hester 
Gerretse 


1 75 1 den 25 Augustus 






ouders 


kinderen 


getuygen 


Pieter D. Grood 
Claerty Poft 


Gerret 


Gerret Poft Sieneer 
franssyntye Poulse [ ?] 


Jacob corsen Juner 
corneHa Croesen 


neelty 





DUTCH 


CHURCH RECORD, 


STATEN ISLAND. 


1752 den 24 Juny 






ouders 


kinderen 


Getuygen 


Gerret Croesen 
claesye Blinckerhof 


Hendrick 




Barent meerlings 
Susanna Gerretse 


antye 




Willem Jinnes 
Jannetye Gerretse 


antye 


antye Jinnes 


Jan Stilwil 
helena van namen 


Eleyas 




Joris katmus 
Jannetye vreland 


Jenneke 


Helmeg [ ?] vrelai 
neeltye van hoorn 


Hendrick van wagene 
Palli Seymense 


marregrietye 




Pieter Hagewout 
aeltyc bennet 


Pieter 


nicklaes hagewout 
neeltye hagewout 


1752 den 24 July 






ouders 


kinderen 


Getuygen 


David kanon 
Aeltye Prael 


Sara 




Jacob reso 
Susanna merrel 


Geertruy 




Cornelius van wagenen 
helena Bon 


catharina 


manes van 


1752 den 17 September 




wagenen 
annaetye 
van wagenen 


ouders 


kinders 


getuyen 


Helmig vreland 
nceltye van hoor[n?] 


Johannes 


otto van tuyl 
tryntye boskerk 


Pieter meerlings Juneer 
Annaetye Heereman 


Benyaman 


Josua 

massero 
malli 

corsen 


thomas Stillewil 
Debera meerlings 


annaetye 




1752 den 26 november 






ouders 


kinderen 


Getuygen 


John laarns 

catharina 

Backer 


catharina 





lOI 



I02 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



daniel Seymonse 
mareytye Decker 


Sara 




1753 den I [ ?] my 






ouders 


kinderen 


Getuygen 


Pieter D. Grood 
Claertye Poft 


Johannes 


Johannes D. Grood 
Elizabeth Sikkelse 


abraham Joons 
Jannetye peestnet 


Jannetye 




waiter Clindinne 
Pieternelle alver 


Pieternelle 




Pieter Hagewout 
aeltye Bennet 


annaetye 




matheus Swem 
catharina merrel 


Susanna 




Chrisstoffel Seymonse 
catharina van Schuere 


antye 




David kanon 
aeltye Prael 


marytye 

F. 

Frangois Bodin 
Maria Dey 




1 7 19 den 29*° November 
Jean 


Jean Joiirnay 
Sara Dey 


A" 1722 den 29 April! 
Gerritje 


Fredrik Bergen 
Gerritje Veghte 


Gerrit Veghte 
Gerritje Wisfelpenning 


A° 1725 den 26™ Septemb. 
Henrik 


Frederik Bergen 
Gerritje Veghte 


Jacob Corsfen 
Sara Bergen 


173I 12 Maart 
Elsje 


Fredrik Bergen 
Gerritje Veghte 


Bastiaan Ellis 
Sara Neefjes 


A" 1728 den 13 octob"" 
Jacob 

1729 den 26°° Mey 
Elisabet 


Fredrik Sharman 
Margreta Wmter 

Frans Gerbrantsz 
Neeltje Corsfen 


obadia Winter 
representesende 
Jacob prue [or price] 

Cornelis Corsfen 

Antje Croesen 


1730 19 July 
Thomas 


Fredrik Sharman 
Margreta Winter 


Susanna Winter 



— G 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



T03 



Gerrit Kroese zyn foon Cornells 
is gedoopt Anno 171 1 den 2^ October 
De Compeer Hendrlck Croese De Peet 
Aagie Nevius is geboren den 17 van Septb 171 1 
op een maendagh Savontf ontrent 11 a 12 

gerrit Kroeson zyn Soon dirrick is gedoopt 
den 18 October Anno 1715 degetuyge zyn 
Jorius neeftjes en Cathareyntje kroel'en 
door domeny freeman gedoopt 

[ ?] geboren den den 8 Van Septb 1715 

op een donderdagh In den morgen 
met Sonne op ganek 

op den 12 Van Januarlus Anno 1718 

is gerret Kroesen Syn foon geboren 

op een Sondagh middach ontrent 11 a 12 

en gedoopt den i april Anno 17 18 

door domeny freeman de getuygen zyn 

Johannes Van NleuWen hiiyfen en 

marytje Neeftjes 



1718 den 14*° September 
Nicolaas 



Gerrit Rosen 
Judith Toers 



Aaron Toers 
Pietertje Toers 



[The name is either " Toers " or " Joers " — difficult to read] 



1719 den 7*° Jiiny 
Laurens 



A" 172 1 den 8«° octob'' 
Hilletje 



A" 1723 de 8*" Decemb^ 
Henrik 



A" 1724 den 30'° August! 
Bastiaan 



A" 1725 den 12''° Juny 
Rachel 



A" 1727 den 15^° octob'' 
Gideon 



1728- den 13^° September 
Femmetje 

1731- den 13*° Juny 
Jannetje 



Gideon de Camp 

Hendrikje Elles 



Gozen Adriaansz 
Femmetje vand'' Bill 

Gerrit Crocsen Hendrikszoon 
Geertruyd van Tiiyl 

Gideon de Camp 
Hendrikje Elles 



Laurens de Camp 
Aaltje Mandeveil 

Jacob vand"" Bilt 
Neeltje Denys 



Henrik Croese 
Cornelia Corsfen 



Zeger Gerritzen 
Jannetje Faas 



Gerrit Jacobusz 
Anna van nes 



Gideon de Camp 
Henrikje Elles 



Jsak van nes 
Tryntje Jacobiisz 



Cornelis Egmont 
Elsje de Camp — 



Gerrit Croesen Henrikszoon 
Geertruvd van Tuyl 



George Personet 
Jannetje Mangels 



Ab^ — van Tuyl 
Femmetje 
Denys 

Jannetje du Chene 



t64 Historical miscellany. 

1732 den 6°° August! 

Abraham Gerrit Croesen Henrikszoon Abraham 

Geertruyd van Tuyl van Tuyl 

Femmetje Denys 
1735 den 17*° Augusti 
Johannes George Personet 

Jannetje Mangels 
1740 den 27^° augusti 
CorneHa Gerrit Croesen Henrik Croesen 

Claasje Brinkerhof Cornelia Corsfen 

Henderyck Kroesen zyn gedoopte Kinderen 
Jn de name des heeren Jesus Christus 

Int Jaer 1698 den 28 September In memory 
is m\'n dochter maritje geboren en Gedoopt 
door domen\' batolvus [?] als getuyge dirrick 
Kroesen en kathareina staats Jn december 1698 

Int Jaer onseses heeren is myn Soon gerret 
geboren Anno 1703 den 20 mey als 
getuyge Jacob Corse en trintje backers 
gedoopt door domeny Batolvus [ ?] in Juyne 

Int Jaer onses heeren Anno 1708 den 7 
van September is geboren onse foon 
Cornelis Kroesen als getuyge Jan Staats 
en antje Corse gedoopt door domeny batolv- 
In October 1708 

Int Jaar onses heeren 1713 den [i or] 4 April 
is gboren onse dochter neelje Kroese 
gedoopt door domeny batolvus [ ?] den 22 april 
1713 als getiiyge Christjaen Corse 
als peet lysabet korse 

H — 

Hendrick Van Pelt zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyne Doghter 
Annetie heeft haren Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen den 5 may 1696 

De Getiiigen bennen 
Jan Van Pelt en Marytie Parra 

zyne Dochter 
Aeltie Van Pelt heeft haren Chrifste- 

Ivcken Doop ontfangen Anno 1701 den 

25 Mart 

De Getuigen bennen 
Hendrick Van Pelt en Leydia Bendel 

Hendrick van Dyck zyne Gedoopte 
Kinderen 
zyn Doghter 
Annetie Van Dyck heeft fynen Chris- 
telycken Doop ontfangen 

Anno 1698 
zyne Getuigen bennen 
Pieter ftaats en Grytie Woggelum 

[The above line scratched out, in original.] 
Thomas Pofsel en Jannetie Pau 
welzen 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



lot; 



Hendrick Van Campen (yn foon Laurens is 
gedoopt den 19 April 1709 de Compeer Laurens 
Van Campen De Feet 

zj'n foon Lammert 
is gedoopt den 17 April 171 1 
De Getuigen bennen Johannes Van Campen 
en fyn Vroiivv Alary 

zyn Dochter Aeltie 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 
De Getuigen bennen Giedie Van Campen 
en Elsie Van Campen 

zyn foon Hendrick 
is gedoopt Anno 17 15 
De Getiiigen bennen Cornelis Egmont 
en Marytje van Campen 

Hendryck Van Campen zyn foon Johanes 
is gedoopt den 17 april Anno 171 7 door 
domeny antonius de getuyge zyn Claas backer 
en Marytje van Campen 

gydeon Van Campen z}'n foon gerret is gedoopt 
den 17 April Anno 1717 door domeny antonius 
de getuyge zyn bastjaen elezen [ ?] en Cerftevntje 
Chriftfeer 



Hendricus Backer zyne Gedoopte 
Kinderen 
zyn foon 
Nicolaas Backer heeft zyn Christe- 

licken Doop ontfangen Den 21 Octo: 
Anno 1707 
De Getiiigen Bennen 
Johannes van Pelt en Sara van Pelt 



A" 17 19 den 2^° Aiigiisti 
David 



A" 1721 den 21™ Mey 
Gideon 



I72|- den 13=" February 
Christoffel 



A" 1753 den 7™ gber 
Annatje 

A" 1755 den 16'° februari 
Johannes 



A" 1755 den 16™ februari 
Lena 



Hendrik de Camp 
Maria La Mes 



Hendrik de Camp 
Maria La Mes 



Hendrik de Camp 
Maria La Mes 



Hendrick Van Wagenne 
Maria Simonze 



Hendrick Van Wagenne 
Maria Simonse 



Corneelus Vanwagenne 
Lena Bon 



Bastiaan Elles 
Hendrikje Elles 



Jacob Bakker 
Catharyna Vlierboom 



Laiirens de Camp 

Loco Patris 
Cornelis Egmont 
Christyntje de Camp 



io6 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Harmen Mesker zine Gedoopte 
Kinderen 
zyn Doghter 
Nceltic heeft haren Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anne 1707" 
De Getuigen Bennen 
Gillis Jniaert en zyn Huisvrouw 

fyn foon Johannes 
heeft zynen Doop ontfangen den 23 Juli 
anno 1707 De Getuigen Pieter Rycke 
en Femmetie Rycke 

zyn foon Abraham 
is gedoopt Anno 1714 den 19 October 
de Getuigen Abraham Rycke en Cathalyntie 
Decker 

Hendrick Kroesen fyn footi Cornells 

is gedoopt den 19 October Anno 1708 De 

Getiiigen Johan Staats en fyn Vrouw Catharina 

zyn Dochter Neeltie 
is gedoopt Anno 1715 

De Getuigen bennen Cristiaen Corfsen 

en Elisabeth Corfsen 

Hendrick Kroesen fyn Doghter 

Cornelya is gedoopt Den 30 October int Jaer 1716 

De Getuygen zyn Benjamen korssen 

en [" Cornelya Kroesen " scratched out in original.] zyn VroiiW 

blandyna korsen 

Harmen Bouman fyn foon 

Joris gedoopt den 24 Juli Anno 1710 

De Compeer Willem Bouman 

De Peet Henders Bouman 

zyn Dochter Tryntie ' 

is gedoopt Anno 171 1 den 23 0ctob: 
De Compeer Johan Staats en fyn 
Vrouw Catharina 

zyn foon Jacob 
is gedoopt Anno 1714 den 4 May 
De Getuigen bennen Pieter Staats 
en Elisabeth Staats 

A° 1718 den 15" Juny is gedoopt 



Cornelis 



1719 den 12'" April 
Catlyntje 



I72-J den t'° January 
Hendrik 



de ouders 

Harmen Bouman 
Neeltje Staats 



Hendrik van Pelt 
Margrietje de Hart 



Hendrik van Pelt 
Margrietje de Hart 



de getuygen 

Pieter Metzelaar 
Agneta Staats 



Johannes van Pelt 
Daniel de Hart 
Catlyntje van Pelt 



Jau de Hart 
Anna de Hart 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



107 



Hendrick Jansen 

zyn Dochter Marytie 
is gedoopt Anno 1713 den 14 July 
De Compeer Tys Jansen de Peet Rebecca Cool 



1719 den 29 Mey 
Matthys 



1727 den 16 en July 
Henrik 



1728 den 22™ April 
Belitje 



Hendrik Janszen 
Abigail Britton 



Hendrik Janszen 
Francyntje Parein 



Hendrik Janszen 
Francyntje Parein 



Jan dii Piiy 
neeltje Jansz 



Symon Symonsz 
Alaria Woertman 



Johannes Sweem 



1729 den 31"° Augusti 
posthuma Esther 



Hendrik Janszen obiit 
Francyntje Parein 



Esther Berville 



1719 den 9°° Augusti 
Frederyk 



Hendrik van Leeiiwen 
Geurtje Cateleaii 



Rem vander 

Beek 
Dorothe Cateleaii 



1727 den 8™ Octob'' 
Lena 



Hendrik van Leeuwen 
Geurtje Coteleau 



A" I7i| den 7^° February 
Samuel 



Henry Day 
Maria van Pelt 



Jacol) van Pelt 
Aaltje Hagewoiit 



1724 de 7™ Juny 
Petriis 



Henry Day 
Maria van Pelt 



Jan van Pelt 
Aaltje Hogelant 



1726 de 30'° Mey 
Maria 



Henry Day 
Maria van Pelt 



Tites Tites 
Mary Morgan 



1728 den 11^° Aiagiisti 
Simon > 



A" 1720 den 27™ Maart 
Maria 



Henry Day 
Maria van Pelt 



Henrik Slecht 
Catharina Wvnants 



Simon van namen 
Sara Praal 

Pieter Wvnants 
Hilletje Woglum 



A" 1 72 J den 7 Janijary 
Hilletje 



A" 1724 den 13"° Decemb- 
Barent 



Henrik Slecht 
Catharina Wvnants 



Henrik Slecht 
Catharina Wynants 



Ary van Woglum 
Celia Preyer 

Barcnt Slecht 
Catharina Richaiad 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



A* 172 1 den 20°° Maart 
Jacob- 



A' 172^ den 17"" Maart 
Jan 

A" 1722 den 9™ 7b'' 
Henrik 



172I den 31 en January 
Sara 



Henricus 

1732 den 16'° April 
Johannes 

1734 den 14'° April 
Barent 

1735 den 14 en September 
Annatje 



1736 den 8 en augusti 
Joseph 

i73f den 7 en January 
Maria 



1 73 1 den 21 en Janiiary 
Gerrit 



Henrik Slecht 
Catharina Wynants 

Henrik Slecht 
Catharina Wynants 

Henrik Bries 
Dina dii ^eQoy 

Henrik Bries 
Dina dii §eqoy 

Henry Wright 
Aaltje Martlings 

Hans Christopher 
Jane Arrowsmith 

Hans Christopher 
Jane Arrowsmith 



Hans Symons 
Antje van Pelt 

Hans Christopher 
Jane Arrowsmith 

Hans Symons 
Antje van Pelt 

Hendrik vander Hoef 
Eva Slot 



Pieter Wynants 

Celia Preyer represente 

sende Anna Maria Richaud 

Jan Slecht 



Cornelitis Bries 
Sarah Bries 



Gabriel dii Seqoy 
Sara Schilmans 

Barent Martlings 
Dina v. Name * 



Barent Christopher 
Catharina Christopher 



Mary Christo- 
pher 



Johannes de Groot 
Elisabet Zikkels 



1739 30 Sept. 
Richard 



Hans Christopher 
Jane Arrowsmith 

I [or J] 

Johan ftaats zyne gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Doghter 
Cornelia ftaats is gedoopt den 5 may 1696 

haer Getuigen bennen 
Pieter ftaats en Cornelia Corfsen 

zyn Doghter 
Annetye ftaats heeft haren Chriftelycken 
Doop ontfangen den 20 juni 1700 
zyn Dochter 
Rebecka ftaats heeft haren Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 den 22 

octo: 

* This item appears to have no date. It is written on a page by itself, between the preceding item and the 
one following. In Bayles' Hist, of Richmond Co., N. Y., the date is given as 1729. 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 109 

De Getiiygen bennen 
Hendrick Kroefsen 

Joseph Bastido zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Lowys Bastido heeft zynen Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 
De Getuigen Bennen 
Jan De Pue met zyn Huisvrouvv 

zyn Dochter Rosanna 
heeft haren Christelycken Doop onfangen den 
3 Juli Anno 1707 de Compeer Louis de Bois 
de Peet Eva Morgin 
zyn foon Bastido 
Js gedoopt den 26 Juli Anno 171 1 

De Getuigen bennen Donckin Oliver 
en Mary Oliver [" Isebrant van Cleef en zyn Vroiiw Jannetie " scratched out] 

fyn foon Jan 
is gedoopt Anno 17 14 den 4 May 

De getuigen bennen Johan (imes 
en Catharina De Pue 

Joseph Bastido fyn dochter maria 
is gedoopt door door domeny freeman 
den 18 Juny Anno 1717 de getuyge zyn 
LoWyf debo Jiinor als Compeer 
als peet pieternel bottelaar 

1719 den 18^" October 

Pieter Joseph Bastido 

Judith Ryke 

Jores Hooghlandt zyne Gedopte Kinderen 

zyn Doghter 
Marytie Hooghlandt heeft haeren Doop ont- 
fangen den 5 May An. 1696 

De Getiiigen bennen 
Johannes Richgau en Elisabeth Wappelrie 

Jores Bouman zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyne Dochter 
Elisabeth Boiiman heeft haaren 
Christelycken Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 
Den 22 april 

De Getiiigen bennen 
Andrys Boiiman en Henders Boiiman 

zyn Dochter 
Johanna is gedoopt den 22 feptember 
Anno 1709 De Compeer Johannes Nevius 
De Peet Elsie Bouman 

Jacob Corfsen zyne gedoopte Kinderen 

zyne Dochter 
fuster Corfsen heeft haeren Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1701 den 25 Mart 
De Getuigen bennen 
Christiaan Corfsen en Blandiena Woggelum 

zyn foon 
Jacob Corszen heeft zynen Christelycken 



no 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Doop ontfangen Den 21 Oct. Anno 1707 
Ue Cetuygen bcnnen ^ 

Pieter Vyle en Antie Corszen 

Jacob Corssen zyn foon benjamy— 
IS gedoopt den i april Anno 1718 
domeny freeman de getuyge zyn 
douWjanWoglomalspeet'marytj- 

Jeems Lesck zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Jan Lesck heeft zynen Doop ontfangen 
Anno 1 70 1 den 25 Mart 
Ue Getuigen bennen 
Thomas Morgen en Mary Morgen 

Jacob Janfen zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Jacobus Janzen heeft zynen Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1701 den 25 Mart 
zyne Getuigen bennen 
Lambert Janzen En Reyne Janzen 

zyn Doghter 
Johanna Janzen heeft haren ChristeHcken 
Doop ontfangen Den 22 April Anno 1707 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Sam van Pelt met zyn hiiis Vrouw 

zyn Doghter 
Wyntie Janfzen heeft haren Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 
De Getuigen Bennen 
Lambert Janzen met zyn Huys Vroiiw 

Johannes Richau zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Jacob Richau heeft zynen Christe- 
lycken Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 

den 23 April 
De Getuygen bennen 
Jfaack Karbet en Maria Karbet 

zyn foon 
Isaack Richgaii heeft zynen Christe 

lycken Doop ontfangen Den 20 April 

Anno 1708 
De Getuigen Bennen 
Ahasuerus Van Engelen ende Anna 
Corbet 

zyn Dochter Mary 
IS gedoopt den 17 April 171 1 

De Getuigen bennen Isaac Corbet 
en fyn Vrouw Martha 

zyn Dochter Antie 
is Gedoopt Anno 1715 
De Getuigen bennen Pieter Wynant 
en Marytie Carbet 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. m 



Jacob Wouters zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Conielis Wouters heeft zynen Chrifte 
lycken Doop ontfangen den 20 Ap- 
Anno 1703 
De Getuigen bennen 
Thomas futten en fusanna Du Segoy 

zyn foon Beniamin 
is gedoopt Anno 171 1 den 23 October 
De Compeer Hendrick Maarlin 
De Peet Antie Wouters 

Joseph Britten zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Jeams Britten heeft zynen Kriste 
lycken Doop ontfangen 
Anno 1707 den 23 Apr- 
De Getiiigen bennen 
Jeams Hanzen en zyn Vroiiw 

Jan Maklies zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Dochter 
Margriet Maklies heeft haren Chris- 

telycken Doop ontfangen Anno 1708 

Den 20 April 
De Getiiigen Bennen 
Jan Waglom en zyn Hiiisvrouw 

Jarels Morgen zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Dochter 
Margrietye Morgen heeft haren Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1703 den 23 octo: 
De Getuygen bennen 
Matthys fweeni en fara Morgen en Fran- 
cyntye Morgen 
zyn Doghter 
farah Morgen heeft haren Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1708 Den 20 Ap. 
De Getiiigen Bennen 
Pieter Praal met zyn Hiiisvroiiw 

Johan Pue zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Dochter 
Elisabeth Piie heeft haren Christelyc 

ken Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 
den 22 octo. 
zyn foon Moses 
is gedoopt Anno 17 14 Den 27 Juli 

De Getuigen bennen Thomas Barbanck 

Jan Clerck zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Doghter 
Dorote Clerck heeft haren Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Den 21 Oct. Anno 1707 

De Getuigen bennen 
Daniel De Hart en Catalyntie De Hart 

zyn Dochter Dorothea 
is gedoopt den 19 April 1709 De Compeer Johannes 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Van Pelt De Peet Sara Van Pelt. 

zyn foon Jan 
is gedoopt den 17 April Anno 171 1 

De Getiiigen bennen Jan Van Pelt 
en Cathalyntie de Hart 
zyn Dochter Sara 
is gedoopt Anno 1713 den 14 July 

De Getuigen bennen Pieter Van Pelt 
en zyn Vroiiw Sara Van Pelt 

Jofiia Bosch zyne Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Samiiel Bosch heeft zynen Chris- 
telycken Doop ontfangen 
Anno 1706 
De Getuigen bennen 
Casper fmyet en Marya fmyet 

Johannes Sweeni zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Doghter 
Annetie Sweem heeft haren Christelic 
ken Doop ontfangen Den 20 Apil 1708 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Barent Sweem en Mary Belveel 

Johannes Van Pelt zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn Dochter 
Blandyena Van Pelt heeft haren Chrifte 

lycken Doop ontfangen Anno 170- [6 over 7, or vice versa] 
den 23 April 

De Getuigen bennen 
fyemen Laroy en Bladyena Laroy 

zyn foon 
Simon heeft zynen Christelicken Doop 
ontfangen Den 20 April Anno 1708 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Pieter van Pelt met zyn Huisvroiiw 

zyn Dochter Cathalyn 
is gedoopt Anno 170 10 [sic] De Compeer 
Daniel de Hart de Peet Cathali- 
na de Hart 

fyn foon fimon 
is gedoopt Anno 17 15 den 19 April 

De Getuigen bennen Pieter van 

Pelt en zyn Vroiiw 

Johannes Van pelt zyn foon petrus is gedoopt 
den 16 april Arino 17 17 door domeny antonius 
de getuyge zyn Harme Jorufen en zyn Vroiiw 
neeltje Joriufen [or Toriufen] 

1719 de 7 en Jiiny 

Johannes Johannes van Pelt Jan van Pelt 

Sara Le Roy Aaltje Hooglant 

N. B. — gebore de i8°° Mey 

Johan Woggeliim zyne Gedoopte 
Kinderen 

zyne Dochter 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



"3 



Christyntien heeft haren Chriftelyc- 
ken Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 
Den 22 April 
De Getuigen bennen 
Barent Slecht en Henders Bouman [" Jorifse " scratched out.] 
[yn Dochter faster 
Js gedoopt den 26 Julii Anno 171 1 
De Getuigen bennen Adriaen Van Wog- 
gelom en Elsie Iilerrel 



172^ den I" 
Sara 



January 



Johannes Van Pelt 
Sara Le Roy 



Jan V^an Pelt 
Aaltje Hooglant 



Johannes Van Campen zyne Gedoopte Kindere- 

zyne Dochter 
Martha Van Campen heeft haren Christe- 
lycken Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 

den 23 April 
De Getuigen bennen 
Thys fweem en faraatie fweem 

zyn Dochter Christina 
is gedoopt den 17 April Anno 171 1 

De Getuigen bennen Pieter Praal 
en fyn Vroiiw Mary 

zyn foon Arent is gedoopt Anno 1715 
den 6 Juni en gebooren Anno 171 5 den 21 May 
De Getuigen bennen Johannes fweem 
en syn Vrouw Martha 

Jan Dorlandt fyne Gedoopte 
Kinderen 
zj'n foon 
Lambert heeft zynen Christelyc 

ken Doop ontfangen Den 21 Oct. 
Anno 1707 
De Getuigen Bennen 
Lambert Dorlandt en Helena 
Dorlandt 

zyn foon Joris 
is gedoopt den 17 april 171 1 

De Getuigen bennen Willem Bouman 
en Tryntie Bouman 

Jan dorlant zyn foon Jfack is gedoopt 
den 17 april Anno 1717 door domeny antonis 
de getuyge zyn benjamyn Corffon 
en fyn VrouW blandyna Corfe 



A° 1720 den 3'° April 
Harmpje 

gemelle 

Eva 



A" 1725 den 29*' 
Abraham 



Aiigusti 



Jan Dorlant 
Barbara Aukes 



Jan Dorlant 
Barbara Aiikes 



Lambert Dorlant 
Richard Merl 
Elsje Dorlant 
Harmpje Ryke 



Jan Veghte 
Cornelia Staats 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

— K — 

Isaac Belliu fyn foon Daniel is geboren 
den I feptember Anno 1708 den 19 October gedoopt 
De Compeer Pieter Praal de Feet fyn Vrouw 
Maria Praal 

Jacob Jans fyn foon Jacobus gedoopt den 
19 April 1709 De Compeer fimon Dey, de 
Peet Maria Dey 

Johannes fmack fyn Dochter Marytie 
gedoopt den 26 Juli Anno 171 1 
De Getviigen Jsebrant Van kleef en 
fyn Vrouw Jannetie 

Isaac Van Tuyl fyn Dochter Catharyntie 
is gedoopt den 22 fept Anno 1709 de 
Compeer Abraham Van Tuyl De Peet 
Maria Laackman 



A° 1720 den 1°" Mey 
Catharina 



Isaak van Tiiyl 
Sara Lakerman 



Abrah: Lakerman 
Antje van Tuyl 



A" 1724 den 6^' 
Geertruyd 



April 



Isaak van Tiiyl 
Sara Lakerman 



Nicolas Lageler 
Esther Lakerman 



Johannes fweem zyn Dochter Alagdalena 
Gedoopt den 17 April Anno 171 1 
De Getuigen bennen Aron Praal Jiinior 
en Elisabeth fweem 

zyn Dochter Antie 
is gedoopt Anno 17 14 den 19 October 
De Getuigen bennen David Laforsie 
en Antie Willemsen 

zyn Dochter Martha 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 

De Getuigen fimon Van Namen 
en Sara Van Namen 
zyn foon Tys 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 

De Getuigen bennen Johannes van Campen 
en Saara van Namen 

Johannes Sweem zyn dochter Lysabet 
gedoopt door domeny freeman 
den I april Ano. 1718 als peet 
altje paraels 

A° 17 18 den 20™ July is gedoopt 

de ouders 



Jan 



Johannis Sweems Senior 
Jannetje La Forge 



de getuygen 

Adriaan La forge 
Mary Merchen 



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Johannes fmack 

zyn Dochter Annetie 
is gedoopt den 23 Juli Anno 1707 De Com- 
peer Leendert fmack De Peet Maria 
fweem 

Jan Crofson zyn Dochter EHsabeth 
is gedoopt Anno 17 13 den 14 Juh 
de Getuigen bennen 

Jacob Van Pelt fyn foon Jan 
is gedoopt den 17 April Anno 171 1 
De Getiiigen bennen Jan theunifsen 
en zyn Vrouw Mary 

zyn Dochter Derckie 
is gedoopt Anno 17 15 

De Getiiigen bennen Pieter Hagewout Junior 
en Geertie Hagewout 
zyn Dochter Marytie 
is gedoopt Anno 17 15 

De Getiiigen bennen Aert van Pelt 
en De Weduwe van Pieter Hagewout 

Jacob van pelt zyn foon pieter is gedoopt 
den 16 april Anno 17 17 door domeny antonius 
de getu}'ge zyn pieter HageWout en zyn 
VrouW neeltje HageWout 

Joris Nevius Syn foon Cornells 
is gedoopt den 17 April Anno 171 1 
De Getuigen bennen Cornells Nevius 
en fyn Vrouw Eechie 

zyn Dochter Margrietie 
is gedoopt Anno 17 15 

De Getuigen bennen Jan Mangelsen 

en Tryntie Neviiis 
zyn foon Jan 
is gedoopt Anno 17 15 

De Getuigen bennen Gerrit Croesen 

en Marytie Neviiis 

Joriiis neftjes zyn dochter genaemt 
Eechtje gedoopt door domeny freem — 
den 19 Juny Anno 1717 de getuj'ge 
zyn als Compeer Johannes neftjes 
als peet zyn vroii antje neftjes 
geboren den 7 mej- 1717 op een dynsdag 
morgen ontren 8 de Clock 

A" 1719 den 13'° September 

Johannes Joris Neefjes Jan Mangelsz Ral 

Willempje Borkelo Sara Neefjes 

A" 1 72 1 den 15^° October 

Margarietje Joris Neefjes Joh: Metzelaar 

Willempje Borkelo Jannetje Borkelo 

A» 1723 de 12™ January 

Pieter Joris Neefjes Bastiaan Elles 

Willempje Borkelo Tryntje Neefjes 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



A" 172^ den 30^' 
Aaghje 



January 



Joris Neefjes 
Willempje Borkelo 



Jacobus Craven 
Antje Jniaart 



Jan Vechten f^'n foon 

Nicolaes is gedoopt den 17 April 

Anno 171 1 De Getuigen bennen 

Gerrit \'echten en f yn Vrouw Magdaleentie 

Johan Vechten fyn dochter geboor [ ?] dagh 

is den 17 Van September An" 1717 

en gedoopt den 22 Van October 

de getuyge zyn Benjamyn korsen 

en antje Staats [ ?] kint is genaamt Catharyna 



■\j 1719 den 8"" November 
Johannes 



172^ den 
Jannetje 



1727 den 
Henrik 



24™ January 



25""' Juny 



Jan Veghten 
CorneHa Staats 



Jan Veghte 
Cornelia Staats 



Jan Veghte 
Cornelia Staats 



Cornelius van Santvoord 
Maria Staats 



Douwe van Woggelum 
Jannetje Staats 



Rebecca Staats 



Johannes Nevius fyn foon Cornelis 
is gedoopt Anno 171 1 den 23 Octob : 
De Getuigen bennen Gerrit Van Wagene 
en Tryntie Nevius 
zyn foon Gerrit 
is gedoopt Anno 1713 den 14 July 
De Compeer Joris Nevius de Peet zyn Vrouw 

Joost Van Pelt 

zyn Dochter Catharina 
is gedoopt Anno 1714 den 4 May 
De Getuigen bennen Jan Yan Pelt 
en Catharina Hooghland 

Joost Van pelt fyn foon Johannes gedoopt 
den 8 fept ember Anno 17 17 door domeny 
Van eysopes [ ?]de getuygen zyn Sard teller 
en zyn VrouW aerjamje [or aetjamje] tellers 

Jsebrant Van Kleef 

zyn foon Beniamin 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 
De Getuiigen bennen Rem Van Der Bilt 
en Aeltie Byvanck 

Jan Macklies zyn foon Cornelis 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 
De Getuigen bennen Gerrit Croesen 
en Adriaetie Croesen 

zyn Dochter Eytie 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 den 19 April 
De Getuigen bennen Jan Dorlant 
en zyn Vrouw Barber 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



Joseph Carrinton 

zyn Dochter Jannetie is geboren 
Anno 171 5 en is gedoopt den 6 Juni 
De Getuigen bennen Abraham Metzelaer 
en fyn Vroiiw Agnietie 



A" 1718 den 8™ Jiiny is gedoopt 



de ouders 



Francyntje 

N. B. was geboren 

de 5 January 171I 

A" 1720 den 16 octob'' 
Catlyntje 

Aaltje 



172^ den 15*° January 
Rachel 



Johanna 

1 72 1 de 1 6^° July 
Jacobus 

1721 den 6°° Augiisti 
Jacob 



Anna Catharina 

A" 1718 den 14™ September 
Dirkje 



Jan Claasz 
Maria de Chene 



Jan van Pelt 
Aaltje Hooghlant 

Jan Hagewout 
Elisabet Hooghlant 

Johannes Huysman 
Christina Hoppe 

Jan Jurks 
Agnietje Staats 



Jacobus Biebaiit 
Maria Sweems 



Johannes Haften 
Marytje Johannesz 

Jacob de Garemeaux 
Dirkje van Tilburgh 



Johannes Neiil 
Geertje Hagewout 



1 7 18 den 26"° October 
Catharina 

1718 den 23™ November 
Anna 



171I den 25°° January 
Sara 



1719 den I™ Maart 
Jacobus 



1719 den 19™ April 
Lea 



Jacob Grameaiix 
Dirkje van Tilburgh 

Johannes Hiiysman 
Christina Hoppe 



Jan van Pelt 
Aaltje Hoogelant 



Joh : Sweems anthonvsz 
Mary Ru[e?] 



Johannes Sweem Junior 
Job : vand"" Hoeven 



de getiiygen 

Jeroen de Chene 
Catlina de Chene 



Barent Christopher 
Marrj'tje Hooglant 

Jacob van Pelt 
Aaltje Hagewout 

Christoffel Christopher 
Christina de Camp 

Harmen Bouman 
Neeltje Staats 

Michel de Chene 
Susanna vand"' Hoeven 



Johannes Symons 
Catharina Beaiivois 

Abraham Taylor 
Harmpje Hagewout 



Abraham Tailor 
Harmpje Hagewovit 



Jacobus Creven 
Antje Iniaart 

PaulCis Hoppe 
Anna Huysman 



Joh: Hogelant 
Femmetje Denys 



Jacobus Biebaut 
Rachel Sweem 



Anna Sweem 
Lea Sweem 



ii8 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Johannes 



Johannes Jansz 
Johanna Stol 



Henrik Jansz 
Antje Jans 



Johannes Van namen {yn foon 
pieter den i8 Mey gedoopt door 
domeny SantVort de getuyge zyn 
pieter Van pelt en zyn VrouW 
Sartje Van pelt geboren den 21 [or 24] april 
Anno 1 718 



1719 
den 30'° August! 

Aafje 
gemelli 

Abraham 

1719 den II™ October 
Aaltje 



1719 den 8 en november 
Catlyntje 

1719 de 15™ November 
Johannes 



A" I7|-|- den 14™ February 
Maria 



A" 1720 den 6'" Maart 
Henrik 

A" 1720 den 13'° Maart 
Abraham 

A" 1720 den 27'" Maart 
Hilletje 



A" 1720 den 17™ April 
Cornelia 

gemelle 

Catharina 

1720 de 5^° Juny 
Sara 



A" 1720 den 12 Juny 
Jeremias 

A" 1720 den 26*° Jiiny 
John 

N. B. — extra 
conjiigium 



Johannes Metselaar 

Cathryna Neefjes 



Johannes Praal 
[no name] 



Jacob van Pelt 
Aaltje Hagewout 



Jan Stilwell 
Elisabet Parein 



Jacobiis Egbertsen 
Catharina Dey 

Johannes Neul 
Geertje Hagewoiit 

Jan Cocheaii 
Elisabet Jackson 

Jacob vand"' Bilt 
Neeltje Denys 



Johannes Slecht 
Catharina Berger 



John lennes 
Antje Wouters 



Isaak Symons 
Antje vand"' Bilt 

John Whithead 

[second adjiirationem] 

Elisabet Bakker 



Joris Neefjes 
Lodewyk ]\Ietselaar 
Aagje BoCnvman 
Agneta Staats 

Pieter Praal 
Aaltje Gerrits 

Pieter van Pelt 
Sara Bogardiis 

Johannes Sweem Senior 
Jannetje La forge 



Jan Bisonet 
Sara Dey 

Jacob van Pelt 
Aaltje Hagewoiit 

Barent Symonsz 
Apolonia Mesfeker 

Gozen Adriaansz 
Femmetje vand'' 
Bilt 

Jacob Corsfen 
Jacob Berger 
Brechtjs [ ?] Berger 
Elsje Berger 

Evert van Namen 
Jenneken van Namen 



Jan Veghte 
Cornelia Staats 



Nicolaas Bakker 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



nt) 



1720 de 17 July 
Lea 



Joh : Richaud 

Amy Carbet [or Carber] 



L — 



Lambert Gerritzen zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

z}'n foon 
Daniel Gerritzen heeft zynen Chriftelycken 
Doop ontfangen den 5 May 1696 
zyne GetCiigen bennen 
Thomas Morgen en Griet)'e Gerritzen 

zyn foon Lambert 
is gedoopt Anno 1713 den 14 July 

De Compeer Hans Cliristoffel de Peet 
fyn Vrouw fusanna 



1720 26 decemb"' 
Debora 



1 72 1 de 8^° October 
Teunis 



1721 den 15™ Octol/ 
Harmpje 



1721 de 24^° Decemb'' 
Margareta 



Jaques Coteleau 
Jacomyntje van Pelt 



Jacobus Egbertsen 
Catharina Day 



Johannes Metzelaar 
Cathryna Neefjes 



Johannes Neul 
Geertje Hagewout 



Lambert Janzen zj'ne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyne Doghter 
Winnefrit Janzen heeft haren 
Christelycken Doop ontfangen den 5 May 

1696 
haer Getuigen bennen 
Jan Waiiterzen en Tryntie Hendricksen 

zyn Dochter 
Aefye Janzen heeft haren Cristelycken 

Doop ontfangen den 7 fept 1698 
De Getuigen 

Jacob Janzen 



A" 172^ den 7*" January 
Sara 



A" 172^ den 18 Maart 
Corneliiis 

A° 1722 den 15™ April 
Anna 



J- 



Jaqiies Hervan 
Charite Bries 



Johannes vand"' Hoeven 
Anna Sweem 



Pieter Wynants 
Hilletje van Woglum 



Pieter Coteleau 
Dorothe Coteleau 



Henrik van Lawa 
Geurtje Coteleau 

Pieter Metzelaar 
Maria Neefjes 



Pieter Hagewoiit 
Neeltje Bakkers 



Cornells Jansen 
Catharina Simons 



Michel dii Chene 
Susanna vand"' Hoeven 



Isaak Martling 
Anna van Namen 



Thomas Barbank en Sara v. Namen 
representerende 
Ahasiierus van Engelen 

en 
Rebecca van Namen 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



A" 1722 den 22^"" Mey 
Anna 



Maria 

A" 1722 den 3*° Juny 
Anna 

A" 1722 den 8 July 
Maria 



A° 1722 de 26 aiigusti 
Neeltje 



Johannes Prayer 
Maria Ral 

Jacob Ryt 
Anna Ral 

Jsrael dii Secoy 
Geertriiyd van Deventer 

Jsak Symonsz 
Antje vand"' Bilt 



Jan Andrevet 
Leah Sweem 



Lambert Wels zyn Gedoopte Kinde: 

zyn foon 
Lambert Wels heeft zynen Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Den 22 April Anno 1707 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Evert van Namen 

Lambert Wouters zyn Dochter Sara gedoopt 
den 19 April 1709 de Compeer Evert van Namen 
de Peet Sara Jans 



1 719 den 1^° Maart 
Magdalena 

1721 den II en Juny 
Henricus 

1 72 1 den 2'° July 
Nicolaas 



A" 1723 den 14^° April 
Elisabet 



A" 1723 den 25*° Augiisti 
Abraham 



1729 den 20 en April 
Susanna 



1730 den 24™ Mey 
Elisabet 



1 73 1 den 4™ July 
Elisabet 



Lambert Gerritsz Junior 
Lysbet Sweem 

Lambert van Dyk 
]\Iarritje Hogelant 

Lambert Gerritz Junior 
Lysbet Sweem 



Lambert van Dyk 
Marritje Hooglant 



Lambert Gerritzen Jun'' 
Lysbet Sweem 



Louis Guineau 
Anna Ciseau [ ?] 

Lambert Gerritzen 
Lysbet Sweem 

Letter L. 



Laurens More 
Sara Mambrut 



Ary van Woggelum 
Catharina Sweem 



Jannetje dii Chene 

Abraham Lakeman 
Anna van Tuyl 

Johannes Haften [Haften?] 
Marytje Johannesz 



Johannes Sweem 
Anna Sweem 



Jan du puy 
Susanna du Puy 

Jan van Pelt 
Aaltje Hogelant 

Nicolaas du puy . 
Catharina Chriftopher 



Daniel Hogelant 
Elisabet Hogelant 



Catharina 
Gerritzen 



Jannetje Glascow 



Hilletje More 



1734 den 7«' 
Johannes 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 
July 



1736-den 28*° Maart 
Maria 

1737 den ii°° Decemb 
Samuel 

1738 20 augusti 
Rachel 

A" 1753 den 7 en 9 ber 
Wyntie 



A" 1753 den 7"° 9 ber 
Jannetje 



A" 1753 den 7^° 9 ber 
Pieter 



Laurens More 
Sara mambrut 

Lucas Barbank 
Martha Baile 

Louis dii Bois Jun' 
Catharina van Brunt 

Laurens More 
Sara Mambrut 

Jan Merrell 
Anna Merrell 



Jan Veldtman 
Jannetje Jurks 



John Johnson 
Cornelia Ceilo 



— N — 

Nicolaas Backer zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyne Dochter 
Tryntie Backers heeft haren Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 Den 22 april 
De Getuigen bennen 
Gerret Kroesen en zyn fiister Neeltie 
Kroesen 



1741 den 18 augustus 
Jan 



Johannes Brestede 
Trintie Hagewout 



Nicolaes Britten fyn foon William 
is geboren den 11 Octob. Anno 1708 is gedoopt 
De Compeer Nicolaes Britten De Peet 
Rachel Stilwel 



1724 den 6*° April 
Catharina 



1726 den 27«° Juny 
Johannes 

1726 den 26 en Juny 
Nicolaas 

1726 de 9'° octob. 
Mattheus 

1726 den 27'° Novemb- 
Barent 



Nicolaas du puy 
Neeltje Dekker 



Nicolaas dii' puy 
Neeltje Dekkers 

Nicolaas Gerritson 
Christina v. Woggelum 

Nicolaas dii Puy 
Neeltje Dekkers 

Nicolaas Christopher 
Christina Bouman 



Symon Bogaart 
Judith Bodin 



Gertruyda Simonze 



Gertriiyda Veldtman 



Jacob Corsen 
marytie ftaats 



Eduard Jones 
Catharina Dekkers 



Pieter Dekkers 
Susanna Hetfeel [?] 

Douwe V. Woggeliim 
Cathrine Gerritson 

Charles Dekkers 
Elisabet dii puy 

Joh : Christopher 

Styntje [or Trj-ntje] de Camp 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1723^ den 28°° January 
Susanna 



1728 den 24™ Novemb'' 
Eduard 



1729 den 14™ Septemb 
Jan 



17II den 4^" January 
Nicolaas 



173 1 II July 
Francyntje 



Nicolaas Gerritsen 
Christina V. Woggeliim 

Nicolaas Bosch 
Elisabet Drenkwater 



Nicolaas Gerritzen 
Christina van Woggelum 



Nicolaas du Puy 
Neeltje Dekkers 



Niers Johnson 
Sara Morgan 



Jannetje Staats 



Nathanael Drenk- 
water 
Margreet Drenkwa- 
ter 

Jan van Woggelum 
gerepresenteerd door 
den Vader 



Charles Morgan 
Sara Rutan 



1 73 1 den 26^° Septemb'' 
Anna Catharina 

1731 - den 21^° Novemb' 
Margareta 

1732 den 9™ April 
Sara 

1732 den 13^° Augusti 
Lambert 



1732 den 29«° October 
Mofes 

1734 den 7*"" April 
Jan 



1734 den 8 [?] en Septemb 
Barent 

1738 den 12^° Augusti 
Zeger 



— N — 

Nicolaas Christopher 
Christina Bou'wman 

Nicolaas Bosch 
Elisabet Drinkwater 

Nathanael Britton 
Esther Billeville 

Nicolaas gerritzen 
Christina van Woggelum 



Nicolaas dii' Puy 
Neeltje Dekker 

Nicolaas Veghte 
Neeltje van Tuyl 



Nicolaas Bosch 
Elisabet Drinkwater 

Nicolaas Gerritzen 
Christina van Woggelum 



Nicolaas Gerritze 
Maria Christopher 



Sara Parein 



Elisabet Ger- 
ritzen 



Jan Veghte 
Cornelia Staats 



Anna Staats 



1738 den 19 nov- 
Henriciis 



1739 den 26 aug. 
Aaron 



N — 

Nathanael Johnson 
Sophia van Gelder 



Nicolas du Puy 
■''^ Neeltje Dekkers 



Henriciis 
van Gelder 
Anna van 
Gelder 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



123 



1739 den 23™ Decemb- 
Sara 



1740 den 15*° Juny 
Blandina 



1740 den 13™ July 
Nicolaas 



Niers Johnson 
Sara Morgan 



Nicolaas Gerritzen 
Christina v. Woggelum 



Nicolaas Bosch 
Elisabet Drinkwater 



1741 den 7 Mye 
Jacob- 



N- 



Peter Decker 
susane Hetfeuli 



1741 den 7 mye [date crossed out] 
Eva 



1 74 1 den 7 mye 
Abraham 



1 741 den 7 mye 
MackieL 



1741 den 14 sebtember 
Jan 



1741 den 14 Sebtember 
Maryya 



1735 den 4^° Mey 
Abraham 



1735 II Mey 
Maria 

1735 den 8™ Juny 
Thomas 



Sara 



Charles Decker 
Helena Sweem 



Jan Kanon 
maria Egberts 



Abraham Van Tuyl 
Metje VrieLandt 



Jan MerreL 
Aeltie Bennit 



Tarn Lisck 
KadLyne van peldt 

Vervolgh op de Letter 

J. 

Jan van Tuyl 



Joseph Leak 
Aaltje Barbank 

Thomas Simon 
Maria Johnson 



maria Kanon 



MagieL Vre 

Landt 

Jenneke Vre 

Landt 



Jan Bennit 
Aeltie Bennit 



Maria Rvte 



Abraham van 
Tuyl, Isaks zoon 



Thomas Barbank 
Maria Barbank 

Thomas Johnson 
Catherine Simon 



[The preceding entry crossed nut in original.] 

James Butler 
Sara Parain 



124 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1735 22 Juny 






Jsak 


Johannes Symons 
Dina van Leeuwen 




1735 S octob. 






Jan. 


John Gold 


Henrik Slecht 




antje Wynants 


Cathrina Wynants 


i73f I febriiary 






Johannes 


Johannes de groot 


Abraham 

Sikkel 




EHsabet Sikkel 


Claasje 

Sikkel 


173I 29 february 






Dirk 


Johannes Hysman 
Wyntje Symons 




Elisabet 


Johannes Slecht 


Fredrik Bergen 




Ehsabet van Engelen 


Gerritje Veghte 



173I den 29'° february 
Thomas 

1736 den 28«° Maart 
Geertje 



Letter J. Vervolght 



Johannes Johnson 
Jannetje Glascow 

Jan Barbank 
Leah Hagewout 



Dirkje van Pelt 



Hanna 



Antje 

1736 den 4 april 
Joost 

1736 den 18™ April 
Abraham 

1736 den 13^° Juny 
Pieter 



Johan Philip Zunisenbach 
Ule Catharine Pikkerling 

Jan van Pelt, Pieters Zoon 
Jannetje adams 

Jan van Pelt, anthonys zoon 
Susanne La Tourette 

Jaques Egbertsen 
Cathrina Bakker 

Jean Parliez 
Abigail Jones 



Job : de Groot 
Elisabet Zikkel 

Willem van Pelt 
Grietje van Pelt 



Matthys Jniaart 
Elisabet Gerritzen 

Pieter Parliez 
Marie Parliez 



1736 den 3 octob- 
Geertje 



Johannes Symons 
Dina van Leeuwen 



1736 den 31 en octob 
Johannes 



John Day 
Hanna More 



Letter J. vervolght 



1737 19 Mey 
Femmetje 



Jacob vand'' Bilt 
Neeltje Denys 



DUTCH 

1737 den 4''° Septemb 
Cornelia 

1737 den 18™ Septemb 
Rachel 

173I den I™ January 
Maria 



1738 20 aiigusti 
Elisabet 



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125 



1738 17 Sept 
Johannes 



1738 den 8^" octob 
Jacobus 



173I den 21*° January 
Gemelle Cornelia 

Antje 

173! den 25 feb 
Petriis 

173 1 den 25 en Maart 
Eva 

1739 den 26 aug. 
Catharina 

1739 den 9 en Septemb 
Aaltje 

1739 den 9*° Decemb 
Abraham 



Catharina 



1739 den 23*° December 
Maria 

1740 den 30*° Maart 
Liicretia 



1740 20 April 
Maria 



Jacob Bergen 
Maria Croesen 

John Jones 

Rachel van Engelen 

Johannes Huysman 
Wyntje Simons 

Jaques Egbertzen 
Catharina Bakker 



Johannes van Tuyl 
Belitje Byvank 

Letter J. Vervolght 



Joseph Walderon 
Aafje Heelaken 

Johannes Cavelier 
Catlyntje Andriesfon 



Jacob Roseau 
Susanne merril 

Job : Dekkers 
Marytje Sweem 

Jean Canon 
Maria Egberts 

Johannes Symons 
Dina van Lawa 

Johannes Huysman 
Wyntje Simons 

Johann Adam Schmit 
Maria Margareta Staat 



Jacob Corsfen Junior 
Cornelia Croesen 

John Jones 

Rachel van Engelen 

Letter J. vervolght 



John Brown 
Susanne Roseaii 



Henrik Croesen 
Cornelia Corsfen 



Abraham Praal 
AJida Hegeman 

Elisabet Bakker 
gerepresenteers door 
Catharina Egbertsen 



Daniel van Winkel 
Jannetje Vreelant 

Dirk Caddemiis 
Teunis Andriesfen 
Jannetje van Hoorn 



John Brown 
Susanne Roseaux 



Catharina Egberts 



Christoffel Simons 
Cathrina Verschuus [ ?] 

Philip Sumzenbach 
Ule Catharine Pikker- 
ling 

Jofue Mersereaux 
Maria Corsfen 



Jacob Roseau 
Susanna Merril 



126 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1740 26 Mey 
Fytje 



Jan Rale, Junior 

Fytje van Boskerk 

S. 



ftoffel van fanten zyne Gedoopte Kin- 

deren 
fyn foon 
ftoffel Van fanten heeft zynen 

Christelycken Doop ontfangen Anno 1701 

den 22 octob 
De Getuigen bennen 
Jacob Corfsen en fyn Vrauw 

zyn foon 
Jofua heeft haren zynen Chrisftelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1706 
De Getuigen bennen 
Johan Corfson en Aeltye Laroe 

Sara Gennens gedoopt den 25 Juli 
Anno 1 7 10 

Stieven Feteto 

zyn foon Hieronimus 
is gedoopt Anno 1714 den 4 May 

De Getuigen bennen Hieronimus D Syen 
en Catharina De fven 



Douwe van Woggelum 
Jannetje Staats 



1718 den 27™ July is gedoopt 



Catharina 



1718 den 19™ October 
Samiiel 

1719 den 18 en October 
Elisabet 



A" 1720 den 2'j'''^ Maart 
Samuel 



A" 1 72 J den 25 Febriiary 
Cornelis 



1722 den 12*° Aiigusti 
Petronella 



A° 1722 den 30^° Decemb'' 
Margareta 



de ouders 

Samuel olivier 
Catharina dii Puy 



Samuel Burnet obiit 
Antje Mangels Ral 

Simon Bogaart 
Margrietje ten Eik 



Samuel Kierstede 
Lydia Day 



Syrah Tites 
Aaltje Webs 



Samuel oliver 
Catharina dii Piiy 



Simon Bogaart 
Margrietje Ten Eyk 



Theunis Egbertsz 



Jacobus Krankheit 
Catharina Hegemans 



Jacobus Egberts 
Catharina Dey 



Barent Marding 
Antje vand"' Bilt 



Nicolas dii Puy 



Tennis Bogaart 
Celia Preyer 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



A" 1723 den 14^° April 
Johannes 

A" 172^ den 14 en February 
Lydia 



A" 1721 den 21^" February 

Moses 

1725 den 2™ Mey 
Antje 



1725 den 19^" September 
Jannetje 



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1726 den ig"" Mey 
Simon 



1727 den 9^" April 
Marritje 



1727 den 24^° decemb- 
Steven 

gemelli 

obadia 



I72f den 19™ January 
Gysbert 



I72|- den i6^° Maart 
Maria 

1730 den 5 en April 
Eva 

1731 de II™ April 
Simon 

1 73 1 den 13'° Juny 
Richard 



173 1 - den 21™ Novemb' 
Maria 



I73i den 13™ february 
Sarah 



Samiiel Kierstede 
Lydia Deuy 

Samuel Kierstede 
Lydia Deiiy 



Simon van Namen 
Sara Praal 

Symon Symonsz 
Maria Woertman 



Stephen Wood 
Geertje Winter 



Simon Bogaart 
Margrietje Ten Eyk 



Symon Symonsz 

Maria Woertman 



Stephen Wood 
Geertje Winter 



Simon Bogaart 
Margrietje ten Eyk 



Symon Symonsz 
Maria Woertman 

Seger Dekker 
Elisabet du puy 

Symon Symonsz 
Maria Woertman 

Stephen Wood 
Jomine Mott 



Samuel Coiiwenhoven 
Sara Drinkwater 



Simon Bogaart 
Margrietje Ten Eyk 



Francois Bodin 
Maria Deuy 



Maria Sweem 



Isak Symonsz 
antje vand' Bilt 



Obadias Winter 
Sufanna du Puy 



Jacob Preyer 
Lea Beekman 



obadia Winter 
Susanna de puy 
Pieter Ceilo [ ?] 
Blandina van Pelt 



Henrik Slecht 
Catharina 

Wynants 



Tony van Pelt 



Matthys Jniaart 
Elisabet Gerritzen 



128 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1733 den 8"" April 
Eva 



1733 den iS^Muly 
Cornelia 



[The above entry crossed out in original] 



Symon Symonsz 
Maria Woertman 



1 73 J 3 Maart 
Samuel 



1735 den 28™ Septemb 
Jsaak 



Samuel Koiiwenhoven 
Sara Drinkwater 



v/ 



Symon Hans zon of Symons 
Helena Sweem 



1736 I augusti 
Anna 



1739 den 4™ novemb- 
Aaltje 



Symon Symonsz Aarts zoon Aart Symons 
Sara van Pelt Margareta Daniels 



Symon Symons aarts zoon Jan van Pelt 



Sara van Pelt 



aaltje Hogelant 



1740 N. B. Stephen Mersereaux 
zie Letter E. Estienne 



Willem breetstede fyn foon Johannes 
is Gedoopt Anno 171 5 
De Getuigen bennen Johan Staats en 
{yn Vrouw Catharina ftaats 

zyn foon Andries 
is Gedoopt Anno 17 15 

De Getuigen Bennen Johan Staats 
en Catharina ftaats 



W. 



A" 171! den 18™ Janiiary 
Andries 



A" 1 72 1 den I3<'" Augusti 
Engeltje 



A" 1719 den 6™ September 

Willem 
gemelli 

Daniel 



A° 1 719 den i8«° October 
Johannes 



A" 1720 den 27 en Maart 
Pieter 



Willem Breetstede 
Christina Boiiwman 



Willem Breetstede 
Christina Boiivvman 



Willem Stilwell 

obiit 
Sara Pareyn 



Willem Sweem 
Marya Lageler 



Wynandt Wynandts 
Ann Cole 



Willem Jorisz 

Bouvvman 
Metje Bouwman 

Jacob vander Bilt 
Elsje Bouwman 



Johannes Sweem Senior 
Daniel Pareyn 
Elisabet Parein 
Maria Sweem 



Abraham Manez 
Maria Sweem 



Pieter Wynandts 
Anna Maria Richaii 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



I2g 



1 72 J den 1"" January 
Maria 

A" 172^ den 18"" Maart 
Cornelius 

172I den 14'° Maart 
Abraham 

1725 den 29 en Maart 
Willem 



1726 den 9™ octob 
Jacob 



A" 1727 den 25"° Jiiny 
Benjamin 



A" 1728 den 22''° April 
Daniel 



A" 1733 den 16™ Decemb 
Femmetje 



A" I73f 13 febriiary 
Henricus 



William Mackelein 
Elisabet Merl 

Willem Sweem 
Marie Lageler 

Wyant Wynants 
Ann Cole 

Willem Stibs [Tribs?] 
Catlyna de Hart 



Wynant Wynants 
Ann Cole 



Woodhul Toiirneur 
Anna Lawrence 



Wynant Wynants 
Ann Cole 



W^illcm Janszen 
Lena van Gelder 



Willem Janszen 
Lena van Gelder 



Richard Merl 
Elsje Dorlant 

Pierre Manin 
Elisabet Sweem 

Abraham Cole 
Geertruyd van Deventer 

Henrik van Pelt 
Tryntje Vlierboom 



Henrik Slecht 
Catharina W'ynants 



Jan van Pelt 
Aaltje Hooglant 



Pieter Wynants 
Hilletje Woggelum 



Nathanael Janszen 
Annaatje van Gelder 



173I den 18 Maart 
Wynant 



Willem Janszen 
Lena van Gelder 



1733 den 8^° April 
Eva 



Z. 



Zeger Dekker 
Susanna Jones 



Thomas Morgen zyne gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Abraham gedoopt den 5 may i6g6 

De Getuygen bennen 
Arent Praal En Tryntie Barents 

zj^ne Dochter 
Martha Morgen heeft haren Chriftelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1698 den 7 fept 
De Getijygen bennen 
Lammert Gerritzen en fusanna Gerritzen 

Theiinis Van Pelt zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zvn Doghter 
Marritie Van Pelt heeft haren Christe 
lycken Doop ontfangen 1696 



'3° 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



De Getuigen bennen 
Jan Van Pelt en Marritie Parrat 

Thomas Pofsel zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Jan Pofsel Gedoopt Anno 1698 
zyne Getuigen bennen 
Pieter ftaats en Grytie Woggelum 

Thomas Berbanck 

zyne kinderen 
zyn Doghter 
Aeltie Berbanck hceft haren Christelicken Doop 
ontfangen Den 22 April Anno 1707 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Barent Marlin en Fytie-[s?] Janz 



1719 den II™ October 

Maria 



Thomas Barbanck 
Marritje Martling 



A" 1754 den 13 [or 17*''] en Jan — [" gber " crossed out] 



Maria 



Thomas Doghety 
Sara Van Naame 



Jsaak Martlingh 
Anna van Namen 



Maria Van pelt 



1 7 18 den 10 Augusti 



de oiiders 



Teunis 



Teiinis Egbertsen 
Jannetje de Chesne 



Jean Gareaii' 
Marie Auder 



Thomas fotten zyne' Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Jan heeft zynen Christelycken Doop 
ontfangen Anno 1707 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Jsaak fimesson 



1718 den 22 mey 

Maria 

1 7 18 den 19 en octob' 
Thomas 

1 718 den 2™ Novemb'' 
Jsaak 

1719 den 18™ October 
Martinus 



1720 den 18™ December 
Adriaan 



de ouders 
Thys Jansz 

Thomas Leake 
Jannetje Stryker 

Teunis Bogaart 
Catharina Hegeman 

Thomas Greegs 
Lena du Puy 



Teunis Bogaart 
Catharina Hejjeman 



getuygen 

Johannes Zweem 
Mary Milers 

Cornells Stryker 
Gerritje Stryker 



Jsaak Hegeman 

Jan du Puy 
Susanna A\x Piiy 



Cozen Adriaans 
Femmetje vand'' Bilt 



T721 de 7" 
Pieternelle 



Mey 



Thomas Greegs 
Lena dii Puy 



Nicolas dii piiy 
Neeltje Dekkers 



1722 den 20 mey 
Anna 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 

Barent Christopher 



'31 



A" 1723 den 21^° April 
Abraham 



A" 1723 den 22^^ decemb'' 
Thomas 



Thomas Greegs 
Lena du Piiy 



Teunis Bogaart 
Catharina Hegeman 



Thomas Stilwell 
Sara van Namen 



1724 den 19 en april 
John 

1724 den 1 6^° Augusti 
Aaltje 

172I den 7 en February 
Elisabet 

1725 den 28 en Maart 
Maria 



Thomas Greegs 
Lena DiJ puy 

Tites Tites 
Blandina van Pelt 

Thomas Morgan 
Magdalena Staats 

Teunis Bogaart 
Catharina Hegeman 



Koert van Voorhees 
Maria Hegeman 



Barent MartHng 
Dina van Namen 



Franqois Bodin 
Maria Dey 

Johannes van Pelt 
Aaltje Web 

Pieter Dekker 
Susanna Hetfeel 

Folkert Folkertzen 
Maria Bogaart 
gerepresenteerd door 
Symon Bogaart en 
Margrietje Ten Eyk 

1725 de 18''° April 

Femmetje Teunis Coevert [" Bogaart " crossed out] Henry Janszen 

Femmetje vander Schure Marie Manez 



1725 - den 12^" Decemb"^ 
Maria 

1726 den 10 en April 
Sara 



Thomas Greegs 
Lena du Puy 

Tites Tites 
Blandina van Pelt 



Jacob van Pelt 
Sara Le Roy 



V. 



Valeteyn presser fyn foon pieter gedoopt door 
domeny iiyt ysopes den 8 September 
Anno 1 717 als getuS'ge pieter Van pelt 
en zyn VrouW Sara Van pelt 



O. 



1719 den 31™ Aley 

Frans [" Matthys " crossed out] obadias Winter 

Susanna du puy 



1723 den 26 mey 
Joseph 



1725 den 30*' 
Susanna 



Mey 



obadias Holmes 
Susanna dii puy 



obadias Holmes 
Susanna du Puy 



Symon Bogaart 
Margrietje ten Eik 



Joseph Holmes 
Elisabet du Puv 



Thomas Greegs 
Lena du puy 



t'^Z 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1727 den iS'^" Juny 
Johannes 



obadias Holmes 
Susanna du Puy 



pieter hageWout fj'n foon 
pieter is gedoop den 1 april 1718 
door domeny freeman als getuyge 
Jacob Van pelt en fyn VrouW 
altje Van pelt 



A° 17 1 9 den 26''° December 
Nicolaas 

A" 172I den 25™ February 
Dirkje 

A° 1726 den 16 October 
Egbert 

1728 den 22 en Decemb'' 

Neeltje 

173K den 14 en Maart 
Jacobus 



1 73 J den 13*" January 
Geertruyd 

1736 den 3^" Octob 
Margreta 



IMeter Hagewout 
Neeltje Bakkers 

Pieter Hagewoiit 
Neeltje Bakkers 

Pieter Hagewoiit 
Neeltje Bakkers 

Pieter Hagewout 
Neeltje Ba"kkers 

Pieter Hagewout 
Neeltje Bakker 



Pieter Hagewout 
Neeltje Bakker 

Pieter Hagewoiit 
Neeltje Bakker 



pieter tylborgh fyn foon Jorius [ ?] 
is gedoopt den i april 1708 [1718?] door 
domeny freeman de getiiyge zyn 
benjamyn Corsse als peet marytje 
boiimans 



1720 den II™ Decemb'' 

Willem 



172-^ den 24^' 
Henricus 



February 



Pieter van Tilburgh 
Metje Bouwman 



Pieter van Tilburgh 
Metje Bofiwman 



— P — 



Pieter Praal zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Arent Praal heeft zynen Chrifstelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1698 
De getuygen bennen 
Thomas ftillcwel en Frenck ftillewel 

zyn foon 
Abraham Praal heeft zynen Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1705 



Nicolas dii piiy 
Neeltje Dekkers 



Nicolaas Bakker 
Cornelia Corsfen 

Abraham Taylor 
Harmpje Hagewout 

Philip Merril 
Elisabet Bakker 

Jacobus Bakker 
Rebecca Staats 

Corneliiis van 

Santvoord 
Anna Staats 

Gerrit Croesen 
Geertruyd van Tuyl 



Willem Breestede 
Christina Bouwman 



Corn. Woinat 
Tryntje Bouwman 
gereprefenteers by 
Hendrikje Boiiwman 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. ^33 



De Getuygen bennen 
Arent Praal Junior en ftyntie Christoffels 

zyn Doghter 
Antie Praal heeft haren Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Den 21 Oct 

Anno 1707 
De Getuigen Bennen 
Aert fimonzen en Antie Simonzon 

zyn foon Jsaac 
Gedoopt den 25 Juli Anno 1710 

De Getiiigen bennen 

Jan Van Woggelom Junior en fyn 

Vrouw Blandina 

Pieter Rycken zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zy[n] foon 
Johanes Rycken heeft zynen Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1701 den 25 Mar 
De Getuygen bennen 
Johannes Machgielzen en Neeltie Machgielzen 

zyn foon 
Hendricus Rycken heeft zynen Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Anno 1703 den 20 Ap. 
De Getuigen bennen 
Femmetie Rycken 

zyn foon 
Pieter Rycken heeft zynen Kristelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1706 den 2;^ Ap 
De Getuygen bennen 
Jacobus Kreven en Annetye Kreven 

zyn foon Abraham 
is gedoopt den 17 April Anno 171 1 

De Getuigen bennen Abraham 
Rycke en Cathalyntie Decker 
fyn foon Isaac 
is gedoopt Anno 1714 Den 14 Jiili 

De Getiiigen bennen Beniamin Corfsen 
en Blandina Corfsen 

Pieter Rycke fyn fyn foon Jacob is 
gedoopt den 13 aiigustus Anno 1717 
Van domeny antonius aen de noort [ ?] 
zyd als getuyge arme Rycke & zyn 
VrouW marytje Ryck 

Pieter Wynants zyne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Pieter Wynants heeft zynen Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 den 23 Apr. 

De Getiiigen bennen 
Jores Hooghlandt en Hylletie flechts 

Pieter Van Pelt zyne Gedoopte 
Kinderen 
zyn foon 
Jan van Pelt heeft zynen Christe 
licken Doop ontfangen Den 21 Octo: 
Anno 1707 



'34 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



De Getiiigen Bennen 
Jan Teunis Van Pelt en Maria 
Van Pelt 
zyn foon 
Samuel is gedoopt den 25 Juli Anno 1710 
De Getuigen bennen Jan Van Pelt 
en Henne [or Nenne] \'an Pelt 

Paul Richaii zyne gedoopte Kinderen 

zj'n foon 
Daniel Richau heei't zynen Christelycken 

Doop ontfangen Anno 1707 den 22 octob 

De Getiiygen bennen 
Antoni fweens en Neeltie fweens 



A" 1718 den i''" Juny is gedoopt 



Petrus 



de oiiders 

Pieter Martlings 
Antje Vielen 



de getuygen 

Benjamin Corsfen 
Marytje Martlings 



[In both Pieter Martlings and Marytje Martlings names, the 
has been changed apparently from c and the / interpolated] 



A" 1720 den 26''" Juny 
Barent 

A° 1722 de 19 en Augusti 
Debora 



Pieter Martlings 
Antje Vilen 

Pieter Martlings 
Antje Vilen 



Barent Martlings 
Sara van Namen 

Jacob Corsfen, patren [ ?] 

representans 

Douwe van W'ogliim 

Rebecca Corsfen 



A" 1733 den 18''" Novemb- 
Catharina 



Pieter Martlings 
Marytje Andries 



Daniel van Winkel 
Jannetje Weelant 



A" 1753 den 7^° Novemb- 
Jacob 



Petrus Van Pelt 
Barbara Hulten 



Pieter ftaats zj'ne Gedoopte Kinderen 

zyn foon 
Edmond ftaats heeft zynen Christelycken 
Doop ontfangen Den 20 April Anno 1708 

De Getuigen Bennen 
Harmen Jorussen ende Annaatie ftaats 

zyn foon Pieter is gedoopt 
den 4 May Anno 1714 De Getuigen 
bennen Abraham IMetzelaer en syn Vrouw 
Agnietie 



A" 1718 den 21^ 

Maria 

A" 1720 den 24"' 
Johannes 



September 



July 



Pieter DeVker 
Susanna Hetfeel 

Pieter Dekker 
Susanna Hetfeel 



Ediiard Jones 
Eva Dekker 

Nicolas dii Piiy 
Neeltje Dekker 



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135 



A" 1724 den 24™ Mey 
Susanna 

A" 1726 den 23^° octob'' 
Sara 



Pieter Dekker 
Susanna Met feel 

Pieter Dekker 
Susanna Hetfeel 



Abraham Crochon 
Catharina Gerritzen 



A" 1728 den 10 en Juny 
Mattheus 



Pieter Dekker 
Susanna Hetfeel 



Catlina Dekker 



1732 26 maart 
Eva 



Pieter Dekker 
Susanna Hetfeele 



173s 7 april 
Abraham 

A" 1 7 18 den 14 September 
Elsje 



1719 den 29™ November 
Philip 

A" 1720 den 27™ Maart 
Rebecca 

172I den 14 Janiiary 
Catharina 



1722 den 8 Jiily 
Harmpje 



Pieter Dekker 
Susanna Hetfield 

Pieter Ceilo 
Blandina van Pelt 



Philip Casier 
Catharina Hooglant 

Pieter Andrevet 
Rebecca Cole 

Philip Cazier 
Catharina Hooglant 



Pieter Metzelaar 
Maria Neefjes 



Pieter van Pelt 
Jacob van Pelt 
Aaltje Hagewoiit 

Hans Hansen 
Maria Hooglandt 

Cornelis Jansen 
Mary Cole 

Rem vand'' Beek 
Dorothea 

Coteleau 

Johannes Metzelaar 

Tryntje Neefjes 



1722 de 14*° octob' 
Pieter 



Pieter Ceilo 
Blandina van Pelt 



Pieter van Pelt 
Sara Bogard&s 



A" 1723 de 22 Septemb 

Abraham 

A" 1723 den 25°° decemb'' 
Elisabet 

A" 172I den 15'° Maart 
Dirk 

1724 de 7 en Juny 
Cornelius 

1725 den 6^° Jijtiy 
Cornelia 



Pieter Barbaric 
Elisabet dii Segoy 

Pieter Andrevet 
Rebecca Cole 

Philip Cazier 
Catharina Hooghlant 

Pieter Metzelaar 
Maria Neefjes 

Pieter Ceilo 
Blandina van Pelt 



Teiinis Coevert 
Dina du Seqoy 

Abraham Cole 
Hilletje van Woglum 

Albert Rvkman 
Maria Kip 

Lodewyk Metzelaar 
Aaghje Neefjes 

Jacob de gramo 
Dirkje van Tilburg 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1725 den 4 en July 






Catharina 


Philip Merril 


Jacob Bakker 


gemelle 




Tryntje Vleereboom 


Susanna 


Elisabet Bakker 


Pieter Hagewout 
Neeltje Bakker 


1725 de 8'° Augusti 






Maria 


Pieter Manez 


Jean Miller 




Mary Brooks 


Maria Coevert 


172I den I™ January 






Elisabet 


Pieter Andrevet 


Henrik Slecht 


gemelle 




Cathryna Wynants 


Anna 


Rebecca Cole 


Cornelis Janszen 
Lea Sweem 


1726 den io'° April 






Jacobus 


Philippe Cazier 


Jacobiis kierstede 




Catharina Hooghlant 


Sara Norby 


1726 de 26™ Juny 






Aaghtje 


Pieter Metzelaar 


P-- [?] Boiiman 




Maria Neefjes 


Neeltje Staats 



A" 172* den 24 en February 
Phillip 

1727 de 9 en July 
Sara 

1 72 J den 3'"' Maart 
Daniel 

1728 den 24 en novemb"" 
Nicolaas 

172I den 12*° January 
Daniel 

1730 den 23™ augusti 
Petrus 

1730 den II™ Octob"' 

Tweelinge David 

Jaques 



Q. [crossed out] . 
Vervolgh op de Letter P. 

Phillip Merril 
Elisabet Bakker 

Pieter Ceilo 
Blandina van Pelt 

Pierre La Tourettc 
Mariamne Mersereaux 



Philip Merril 
Elisabet Bakker 

Pieter Ceilo 
Blandina van Pelt 

Philippe Cazier 
Catharina Hooghlant 

Pierre La Toiirette 
Mariamne Mersereaux 



I73f den 17"° January 
Mary 



173? den 14™ Maart 
Wilhelmiis 



Phillip Merril 
Elisabet Bakker 

Vervolgh op de Letter 

P. 

Pieter Ceilo 
Blandina van Pelt 



Philippe Cazier 
Catharina Hooghlant 

Johannes van Pelt 
Sara Le Roy 

Jean Bodin 
Elisabet Mersereaux 

Jaques Egbertsz 
Catharina Bakker 

Joh : van Namen 
Marytje van Pelt 

Peter van Ranst 
Sara van Ranst 

Jaques de 

Riveaux 
Marie La Tourette 
Esther La Tourette 

Richard Merril 
Elsje Dorlant 



Joh : van Namen 

loco Patris 
Jan van Pelt 

Pieters zoon 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD. STATEN ISLAND. 



137 



173^ den 16=° January 
Harmen 

1733 den 8^° April 
Elisabet 

173! 24 Maart 
Marie Susanne 

173I9 Maart 
Neeltje 



Pieter Boiiwman 
Elsje van Pelt 

Philip Merril 
Elisabet Bakker 

Pierre La Toiirette 
Mariamne Mersereaux 

Philip Merril 
Elisabet Bakker 



Harme Bouwman 
Marie Parein 

Matthys Jniaart 
Elisabet Gerritszen 



1735 16 novemb 
gemelli Johannes 



Maria 



1736 den 26*' 
Elisabet 

1739 23 april 
Pieter 



april 



Pieter Ceilo 
Blandina van Pelt 



Pierre La Toiirette 
Mariamne Mersereaux 

Pieter Bouwman 
Elsje van Pelt 



Jan van Pelt, P" 
Symon van Pelt 
Jannetje adams 
Mary adams 



Zoon 



1739 den 3^' 
Margrietje 



Juny 



17II den 20'° January 
Petriis 



Pierre Drageau 
Elisabet Gewan 



Pierre Parlier 
Martha du Bois 



Louis du Bois Jun'' 
Catharina van Brunt 



R 



Ryck Hendrickzen zyne Gedoopte 

Kinderen 
zyne drie Dochteren hebben gelyck 
haren Christelycken Doop ont fan 
gen Anno 1700 
De Getuigen bennen 
Weynte Rycken en Ledey Waacker 
Het eene kindt is genoemt Elisabeth 
het twede femmetve het derde Marvtie 



1718 



den 22 Mey gedoopt twee kinderen 

de ouders 



Symon 

en 

Jan 



Ryk Hendriksz 
Ledy Henriks 

addita Reprehenscone [?] 



de getiiygen 

Thomas Jansz 
Elisabet obedye 
Susanna Winters 
Patri & Testibiis privata 



Ryk Ryken zyn Dochter Femmetie is gebooren 
den II October Anno 1708 den 19 dito gedoopt De 
Compeer Johannes Rycken De Peet Femmetie 
Rjxken 



,,8 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

zyn Dochter Lena 
is gedoopt Anno 171 1 den 23 October 
De Compeer Adriaen fchouten de Peet 

Marytie fchouten 

fyn Dochter fofia 
is gedoopt Anno 1714 den 4 May 
De getuigen bennen Johannes van Cleef 
en fofia van Cleef 

A" 171 9 den 15™ Maart 

Henricus Ryk Ryken Hierome de Chesne 

Willempje Clement Catlyn Canon 

Richart Merrel zyn foon Richard 
is gedoopt den 22 fept Anno 1709 
De Compeer Christiaen Corfsen de Peet 
Lena Dorland 

zyn foon Richard 
is gedoopt Anno 171 5 

De Getuigen bennen Adriaen van Wogelom 
en Bennetie Ryke 

Richart Merrel fyn dochter 

elsje gedoopt den i [ ?] april 1718 
door domeny freeman als getuyge 
Johan magels als peet 
blandyna Korsse 

172^ den i*° January 

Lambert Richard Merl William Mackelien 

Elsje Dorlant Elisabet Merl 

1724 de 13°° Septemb'' 

Susanna Richard Merl Joris Neefjes 

Elsje Dorlant Willempje Borkulo 

Rut Van Den Bergh 

fyn Dochter Geesie 
is gedoopt den 27 Juli Anno 17 14 
De Getuigen bennen Gidie van Campen 

en ftyntie ChristofTel 

Rem Van De Bilt 

zyn Dochter Hilletie 
is gedoopt Anno 17 13 den 21 October 
De Compeer Jacob Van de Bilt 
De Peet Femmetie Andriaenfsen 

A" 1 7 19 den 26™ Jiily 

Jan Rem vander Beek Petrus Simson 

Dorothea Coteleau Sophia vand"' Beek 

A° 1 72 1 den 28'° Mey 

Rem Rem vander Beek Jacques Coteleau 

Dorothea Coteleaii Jacomyntje van Pelt 

A" 1 72 1 den 17™ February 

tJsfelton Robert Frost Matthys Jantz 

Sara Usfelton 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



W) 



A" 1723 de 2™ Juny 
Jaques 



I72|- den 2i«° January 
Dorothea 



1735 den 13™ april 
Jacob 



1735 den 21^" Septemb 
Nicolas 



1736 den 3*° Juny 
Lena 

1736 den 10 en octob 
John 



1736 den 31*° octob 

Annatie 

[" Aaltje" crossed out] 



1737 den 23™ octob 
maria 



173J den I™ January 
Margareta 



Jan Hegeman 
Martha vander 
Beek 



John Jennes Jun'' 
Mary Johnson 



Rem vander Beek 
Dorothea Coteleau' 



Rem vander Beek 
Dorothea Coteleau 



Richard Lean 
Sara Johnson 



Richard Stilwell 
Jenneke van namen 



Rem vander Beek 
Dorothea Coteleau' 

Richard Lean 
Sarah Johnson 

Richard Merril Thomas zoon Richard 
Jenne Gewan Merril 

Elsje Dorlant 

Roelof van Voorhes 
Coteleau 



Richard Merril Thomas Zoon Aart Svmons 
Jenne Gewan Margri'et Daniels 





op de L — ter 






T 




1726 de 3o«"' Mey 






Thomas 


Thomas Janszen 


Johannes van Name 




Antje van Pelt 


Sara Bogardus 


1726 den g'" octob 






Anthony 


Teunis van Pelt 


Jan van Pelt 




Marie Drageaii 


Susanne La Tou 


I72f den 12'° Febriiary 




rette 


Magdalena 


Thomas Morgan 
Magdalena Staats 




1 72 J den 24 en Maart 






Maria 


Titiis Titusz 


Henry Day 




Blandina van Pelt 


Maria van Pelt 


1728 den 30"" Juny 






Casparus 


Thomas Johnson 
Anna Bouwman 


Elisabet Lisk 



140 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



172I den 2«° Maart 






Cornelius 


Teiinis Bogaart 
Catharina Hegeman 




172I den g^" Maart 






Pieter 


Thomas Morgan 


Aart Symons 




Magdalena Staats 


Margriet Daniels 


1729 den 24«° Augusti 






Sara 


Thomas Lisk 


Pieter Boiiwman 




Catlyntje van Pelt 


Blandina van Pelt 




Vervolgh op de Letter 
T— 




17 1§ den 6«" Maart 




Syrah 


Titus Titusz 


Corn- Eghmont 




Blandina van Pelt 


Elsje de Camp 


173" den 14 en February 






Johannes 


Teunis van Pelt 


Adriaan van 




Marie Drageaii 


Woggelum 
Lena van Pelt 


1 73 1 den 26*° Maart 






Margriet 


Thomas Lisk 


Pieter Boiiwman 




Catlyntje van Pelt 


loco Patris 
Johannes van Namen 
ntje van Pelt 


1731 den i^° Augusti 






Margrita 


Timothy Thorp 
Margrietje Heermans 




1731 den 10 en October 






Thomas 


Thomas Morgan 


Christina van 




Magdalena Staats 


Woggelum 


I 73 J den 16 en January 






Marytje 


Teunis Tieboiit 


Jannetje 




Margrietje Drinkwater 


Borkeloo 


173I den 14 en January 






Teunis 


Teiuiis Tieboiit 


Jannetje 




Margrietje Drinkwater 


Staats 


1734 15 April 






Antje 


Titus Titusz 
Blandina van Pelt 

— ^volgh op de Letter 
T. 




1734 den s'" Juny 




Maria 


Teunis van Pelt 


Nicolas Lazelier 




Marie Drageaii 


Esther Lakeman 


1735 den 8™ Juny 






Thomas 


Thomas Simon 


Thomas Johnson 




Maria Johnson 


Catherine Simon 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



141 



1736 den 2'° Mey 
Marytje 

1736 den 18 en July 
Annatje 

1737 den 8 en Mey 
Thomas 


Titus Titusz 
Blandina van Pelt 

Thomas Morgan 
Magdalena Staats 

Thomas Wilmot 
Elisabet Mersereaux 


Paul Mersereaux 
Marie Mersereaiix 


1737 den 19'° Mey 
Joost 


Teiinis van Pelt 
Marie Drageaii' 




1737 den 18™ Septemb 
Geertruyd 


Tys Sweem 
Catharina Merril 


John Merril Jiinior 
Geertruyd Symons 


1738 den 19 nov. 
Teunis 


T 

Teunis van Pelt 
Marie Drageau 




173I den 1"° Januai7 
Francyntje 

i73f den 18™ Maart 
Johannes 


Thomas Milboiirn 
Anna Preyer 

Tys Sweem 
Catharina Merril 


Jacob Roseau 
Susanna Merril 


1739 den 16"° Septemb 
Sara 


Thomas Morgan 
Magdalena Staats 




1739 den 4^° Nov. 
Sara 


Thomas Lisk 
Catlyntje van Pelt 


Petriis van Pelt 
Sara van Pelt 


1740 den 26*° Mey 
Teunis 


Tites Titesz 
Blandina van Pelt 


Symon van Pelt 
Loco Patris 


A" 1742 Ouders 


Kinderen 


Getuigen 


April Isaac Pr — Catharina 
13 Maria De — e geboren de 10 May 


1741 


Lucas barrabank 

Catharina 
Martha Baely 


barend de 
Elfje Pel- 


pu 

Johannes 
oiing 


- 


Jan Van Pelt 

William 
Jannetje Adams 


Hindrik Veltman 

Rebecca Staats 

H. V. van Jacob Bakker 



I4» 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 
Simon Simonffe 
Sara van Pelt 



Van Pelt 



Juny 



Johannes Symonffe 
Sufter Corffe 



Johannes 



Mathies Enjard [or Erjard] 
Elisabet 
Elisabet Gerresen 



Petures Van pelt 
Barbera houltie 



Maria 



Jan Van pelt 

Aaltje Hoogland H. V. 



Jacob Corffe ju"" 

Marytje Corffe H. V. 
Jofua Mafjero 



A" 1742 ouwders [crossed out] 

De 14 Septemer Jan Van pelt 

Treintje 
Maria Bouman 


harmen bouman 
maria bouman 


A" 1742 

De 14 September Douwen Van Woglom 

antje 
Jannetje Staats 


hendereck Veltman 

Johanna Van 
Santvord 


A° 1742 pieter bouman 

Neeltje 
de 14 September Elsje Van pelt 


Jan Van pelt 


A" 1742 Jacob bouman 

Neeltje 
de 14 September Maria Williams 

[Page blotted and worn] 

nicklaes Gerresen 

Zeger 
Crestina Van Woglom 


harmen bouman 
Maria Weliams 

Getuigen 


1743 
aprel 18 Jacob Corsen 

Cornelia 
Cornelia Croesen 


Hendereck Croesen 
Cornelia Corsen 


Gerret Croesen 

Maria 
Claesje Blenkerhof 


henderick blenkerhof 
Geesje blenkerhof 


Josua Mofsero 

Elisabet 
Maria Corsen 



Johannes Degroot 
Elisabet Van Sekelen 



Cornelus Bouman 
Aeltje teitus 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



143 





Simon Van pelt 
Maria adams 


Maria 


Maria bouman 


1743 

aprel 19 


Cristofel Simesen 

Cristofel 
Catrina Van Schuerre 






Johannes post 
Antje huisnian 


abraham 


Jacob backer 
Rabecka Staats 


1743 
aprel 19 


Frances Gerrebrats 
Nieltje Corsen 

ouwders 
Jacob Rooso 
Susanna Merrel 


France 

kinderen 
Weintje 


Cornelus Corsen 
Nieltje backer 

Getuigen 

Geertruy Seimensen 




Johannes Decker 
Nence Merrel 


peter Decker 
Johannes 
[" Mateus " crossed out] Susanna Jons 




Mateis Swem 
Catrina Merrel 


Maties 


Jan Van pelt 
Susanna toret 




Richard Merrell 
Jannetje Gouns 


annatje 


Anatje Seimesen 




Ragel Willemsen 


hester 


Barbera houltje 
Johannes Van pelt 


1743 
June 7 


Hans Simonsen 
antje Van pelt 


Blandena 






mateus Jones 







Margrietje Gowen 



Catrina 



Agustes 
16/1743 



ouders 

Johannes Brestede 
Treintje hagewout 
Jan burbanck 
Leea hagewout 



kenderen 



Pieter 



Jan 



Getuigen 



144 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 
Abraham Van tuyl 



Mitje freelant 



f emmet je 



Agustes 30 - 1743 



Walter Clendenne 



pieternel olfer 



Maria 



1-743 
October 1 1 [or 18] peter marteling 

annatje hegeman 

Jacus Egberts 

trintje Backer 

Johannes huisman 



1744 
aprel 17 



1744 
Aprel 17/ 



^744 
Mey 21 



Johannes 



Catrina 



Elisabet 



Weintje Seimeson 



Wellim Elsewart antje 

Barbecca Stillwel Mareitje 

Jan Jennens 

aeltja Marteling aentje 



onders kenderen 

Jan Van pelt 
Jannetje Adams 
Abram Egbertse 
Elifabet Gerresen 
Symen Symonson 
Sara Van pelt 

Carel Mackleen 
Maria Corsen 
Isaak Pral 
Maria Dii bois 



Jannetje 



Elisabet 



Art 



Elisabet 



Petriis 



1744 
September 18 Jan Veltman 

Jannetje Jurcks 



Maria 



peter Marteling S'' 
Susanna Gerresen 

Elesabet Merrell 



Cornelus Corsen 
Jannetje Corsen 

Aentje Jennins 

Getuigen 

Seymen Van pelt 
en Sin Vrouw 

De ouders 

De ouders 

Cornelus Corsen 
Jannetje Corsen 

De ouders Getuigen 

Gerret Croesen 
Claesie Croesen 



1745 
Mey 6 



Cornelia 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 
Joseph Rolph 
Nieltje Croesen 

Nicolaes Gerresen 

Abraham 
Cristina Van VVogeloni 



145 



oiiders 

Lammert Jinnens 

annatje Martehng 

Jacob Bergen 

Grietje Bennet 
Jacob Resoe 

Sufanna Merrel 

Jan Merrel 

Aeltje Bennet 

Waller Clendeiine 

Nieltje ollefer 

Jan Van pelt Juni" 

Catrina Bounian 

Nicklas Bos 

antje 
Elisabet Drenkwater 



kinderen 

Sara 

Grietje 

Susanna 

Sara 

Johannes 

Nieltje 



Mattas Sweni 
Catrina Merrel 

Cristofel Simesen 

Catrina Van Scuren 

Cornelns Bouman 

Aeltje Titus 

Jan Merrel 

aeltje Bennet 

tomas lisk 



Marti 



Catri 



rma 



aeltje 



Seimon 



Getuigen 
Sara Jennens 



Jan Van pelt 
Susanna Van pelt 

Geertruy Merrel 



Bastejan Elles 
Saara Elles 



Catrina Sime 
son 

Gerret poft 

en syn Vrou 



Catlintje Van pelt 



Martha 



146 



1745 
June 18 



1745 

agustis 



^1745 
Desember 



12 



HISrOKICAL MISCELLANY. 



Jan Jones 

Ragel Van Engelei"° """'^ 



Doritje 



ou j^^ 

Jan Van Derbek 

annatje Marteno 
Abraham Rigga 
Annatje Van VVoglom ^^ 



Sara Van Namen 

Seimen Van — 

Maria Adames 

John Lawrence 

Derkje Van pelt 

Barent Marteling 

Susana Gerresen 

Baltis De hart 

Maria Phillipel 



Incres 



Sara 



Wellem 



Maria 



Vereltje 



Johnnes 



Teunes Egbertse 
Peternel Depey 



Corneliis Van Wagenen 
Hellena Bon "'"'^'^ 



Lodewik Metchel 
Ragel Sayler [ ?] 

of the Children that were Eanti/cd 
By the Rey^ W- Jackson in the 
presence of me, while or since I was 

Chosen by the Church, to act as 
gf;'; °Vh^R-f"rmed Protestant 

of Staten Island & kept bv me 

' A. Ryerfz 



Elfse 



Getuigen 
Doritje Vanderbeek 

arie Van Woglom 
Beelletje V. Woglom 



Getuigen Johannes Van pelt 
en zein Vrouw 

Daniel Dehart 
Saara Beek 
Peter Marteling en 
zein Vrouw 
Jan Van pelt 
Geisbertje Darlant 



Johnanes Gerresen 
Margreta Sep 



DUTCH CHURCH RECORD, STATEN ISLAND. 



147 





Childrens 


Parents or 




Names 


Witnefsef 


1786 






July 9^" 


Abraham 


John Simonson 
Maricha Crusen 


23" 


Hannah 


Aris Ryerfz 
Sarah Stout 


Aug' 6 








Mary 


Nicholas Houghwout 


6 


Elizabeth 


Peter Housman 


Octob'' 29 


Barbara 


John Van Pelt 




Elizabeth 


David Jaques 




Sarah 


John Buskirk 


In the New 


Church at the North fide of Staten Island 


1787 






May 27 


Abraham 


Abr" Rolph 




Jacob 


Jacob Van Derbilt 


Julv I^' 


Elizabeth 


Chriftian Vroome Sen' 


Sept^ 2 


John 


John Tysen Jun' 




Aulchie 


John Garrifon 




Cornelius 


Corn. Corsen Ju' 2/ 


16 


Elizabeth 


John Segoine 


30 


Mary 


Garrit Bush 


Octo'- 28 


Abraham 


Peter Brasted 




Isaac 


Win' Houghwout 




Names of 






the Children 


Parents or Witnefses 


1787 






Novem'^ ii*^" 


Matthew 


Benjamin Swaime 1/ 




Elizabeth 


Richard Myers 


1788 






Februy 6 [ ?] 


Sarah 


Israel Decker 1/6 


June f^ 


Daniel 


Peter Houghwout 


gth 


Richard 


Richard Merrell 




Harmanus 


Joshua Mersereau Jun' 


Aug' f 


Peter 


Jacob Mersereau Esq' 2/ 


J 7th 


John 


Thomas Merrell Sawmill 1/ 


Sep' 14 


Al iraham 


Peter Prall Jun' 




Charity 


John Christopher 


Octo' 26 


Richard 


Capt" Richard Decker 




Hendrick 


Aaron Miller 


Dec' 7'" 


Nancy 


Peter Housman 


1789 






May 10 


Elizabeth 


John Kruse 


June 7 


Abraham 


Garret Ellis 


J"lv 5 


Christian 


Samuel Styversant 




Names of 


Fathers 




the Children 


or Parents 


1789 






Aug" 2 


Cornelia 


Jn" Tysen Jun' Deacon 


30th 


Elizabeth 


Isaac fimonson Deacon 




Catharine 


Richard Corsen 




Elizabeth 


Garret Bush 


October ii"» 


Joseph 


Austin Barton 



148 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Children Baptized by the Reverend Peter 
Strvker 
1790 
October 17"" David Aris Ryerfz 

Garret Jacob Alersereau Esq'' p'' 2/ 

John CorneHus John Buskirk 
Yanetye Cornehus Corsen 

24''' Jacob Edward Dehart 

31 Derrick Jacob Vreeland 

Nov'' 7 William 'White Christian 'Vroome 

Thur'' 1 1 Magdalen Johannes Merrill Jun'' afternoon 

after Mr. Stryker was Ordained or rather inf tailed 
in our Church By M'' Livingston 
Sunday 14 Miriam daughter of Abraham Post, she was 
Born 31'" Day of July 1790 paid 2/ 

[On loose piece of paper in the book] 

Chriftopher Simonfon Chathrine Van 

Schuren the Child name Woveter 

Johannis Simonfen Anna Van — eld — 

the Child Art [?] 
Wittnef art Simonfen & his Wife Margritt 

Lamburt Jennire [ ?] Anna Marlin 

the Child Ant— [?] 
Witnif John Jenner & Anna Jenner 

Jofeph Lake father Altie Lake mother 

the Child Claece [ ?] 

francf — Garribranse father Nailke [ ?] 

Corsen Mother Child iiailtie 

Abramam Frail father Aeleda heheman 

Mother, Child Abraham 

Joufseway Moserow father marey 

Corson mother Child Baul-f 
and the witnes Paul 
Merferue 

[On reverse side the following.] 

[am [or Ram] fymonfon X 
Jacob Berrger X 
John Vroom X 
George Vroom X 
Otto Van Tuyl X 
Jaecgiarest [ ?] Van Voerhees 

John Baptist Dumont 

Dan' Corfe 

John Veghte A — Jene — 

Matthew Jones X Post 

ent Christopher 

Gacfon f ?] 



CENSUS OF STATEN ISLAND IN THE YEAR 

170G. 

Among the New York Colonial Manuscripts (Vol. 42, p. 60) at Albany is a record which purports 
to be a " List of the Inhabitants of the Towns of New Rochelle and Westchester " for the year 1698. 
This may be correct so far as it relates to the opening page, but the remaining sheets which make up 
the document are beyond dubiety a complete or partial census of the inhabitants of Staten Island. It 
is of considerable worth, enumerating as it does, the names of the residents of the Island, but especially 
valuable as it gives the respective ages of the males. It is without date, but it is my conviction that it 
was made in the year 1706. This inference is supported by the following facts : 

"As for the number of Inhabitants of this Province I sent one exact list of them about four years ago, and 
" another two years ago, where these were distinguished by Whites, and Blacks, Males and Females: I will take 
"care a new list shall be taken and sent by the first opportunity." 

Lord Cornbury to the Board of Trade, New York, July ist, 170S. (N. Y. Col. MSS. Vol. V.; p. 56.) 

James Poillon born 1681. Family Record, 
aged 25 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1706 date of Census. 

Gershom Stillwell b. Aug. 17, 1683. Family Record. 

aged 23 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1706 date of Census 

Thomas Farmar b. 1673, according to Whitehead, 
aged 33 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1706 date of Census. 

Nicholas Britten b. 1679 (d. Jan. 12, 1740 aged 61, Tombstone). 
aged 27 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1706 date of Census. 

John Pofllon b. in 1679. Family Record, 
aged 26 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1705 date of Census. 

Cornelius Nefes bapt. Jan 19, 1661. 

aged 44 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1705 date of Census. 

Nathaniel Britten bapt. July 14, 1678, Aged 13, Dutch 
Church, Brooklyn, born 1665. 

aged 42 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1707 date of Census. 

T40 



»So 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



The difference in the census date, as deduced above, can most likely be accounted for by the ap- 
proximate ages given to the census taker. However, the date of 1706 is not always sustained, provided 
the following dates which have been supplied nie are correct : 

George Nefes b. 1686. Family Record, 
aged 22 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1708 date of Census. 



John Nefes b. 1688. Family Record, 
aged 20 yrs. in Census 



makes 1708 date of Census. 



Gerard Croose [Gerrit 'Kroesen] d. 1767 aged 82, Tomb- 
stone at Feasterville, Pa., b. 1685. 

aged 24 yrs. in Census. 



makes 1709 date of Census. 



It may become necessary to revise this date, Init until we can secure more exact data I believe that 
1706 should be accepted. 

J. E. S. 



Men from 16 to 60 


[to 60 is 


1 Women 


BO YES 


GIRLS 


crossed out]. 










Lewes de boy [34 is crossed] 40 


hester de boy 


Lewes de boy 


Margreat de boy 


Salomon Latinyear 


34 


Katherine bonephoy 


Charls de boy 


mary turet 


David boneplioy 


40 


Anne Latenyear 


John mon 


Anne arven 


peter roso 


30 


Katherine boropo 


John lacount 


Elizabeth hans 


Salomon brickon 


43 


Hester roso 


Pet lacount 


Sarah hans 


S.imuel barnig [bornis; 

nig?] 
philip burrel 


bor- 56 Mary roso 


Jacob lacount 


durka Sigin 


.>_ 


Margreat la Count 


Daniel arven 


Catharine hance 


peter billew 


15 


francies du Shean 


Peter arvin 


Anna hance 


John Soso 


20 


Magdalean du shon 


ohn Arvin 


Catharine bonfoy 


Makel Du Shean 


20 


Anne arvin 


ames dye 


menoa morro 


Daniel Ervin 


45 


mary hance 


Jacob Sigin 


mary morro 


John arvin 


38 


mary hanse 


John Sigin 


Susana turet 


John Crok [brok .>] 


21 


Elizabeth Sigin 


John hance 


hester turet 


James hance 


45 


Elizabeth yorney 


John yorney 


anna Golder 


James Sigin 


45 


Bety biicon 


Sonson fountain 


Jan bunnil 


Jolm yorney 


43 


Anne revo 


John Codret 


Martha Coper 


Elias Casstroy 


30 


Mary belvil 


David bonephoy 


Margaret marchil 


John Pibir 


45 


hester belvil 


Stephen Martin [Marino ?] 


eliner maschil 


Jacob revo 


40 


Mary mysro (?] 


John morso 


Rnchil Machil 


David boropo 


18 


Elizabeth pino 


Steplien morro 


Maiy Jonson 


Daniel Cobal 


40 


magdalen rober 


Sero Pino 


Anna Corbit 


D.iniel mesio 


42 


Catherine dushen 


Vinsen Rober 


Mary Corbit 


paul pino 


34 


mary turet 


Antoin Du Sliean 


Elizabeth Coibit 


Vinson robar 


40 


mary turet 


John Smith [.' — worn] 


Susana gino 


Jerom Du Shean 


40 


Ane Golder 


hendraU lafer [? — worn] 


Catherine [sic 


David lavoig [?] 


16 


Susana bonyel 


philip lafor 


gino gino [sic 


John turet 


55 


Elener Coper 


John turet 


Anne wimans 


peter martin 


42 


francies morgan 


david turet 


Susan Gino 


Kngel b:irt 


40 


Francies Morgan 


Peter turet 


hellise Stats 


Abrani golder 


24 


mary morgan 


John turet 


rachil States 


Klias bonil 


28 


Cathrrin mortjan 


Joseph Golder 


Sarah Ralo 


Beniamin Coper 


59 


Martha bebout 


Elias boni 


Elizabeth Swam 



CENSUS OF STATEN ISLAND IN THE YEAR 1706. 



151 



[Men] 




[Women] 


John Morgan 


54 


Susana van Crook [brook ? 


Charles machil 


40 


mary machil 


CorneHus Jonson 


50 


mary machil [sic] 


Svveres Van Elen 




Susana Johnson 


Isaac Corbitt 


18 


Mary Get [?] 


Abram Cole 


40 


Mary Van Engelen 


Barnt Slet 


40 


Reabaca Cole 


John Shciin 


25 


Anna Cole 


Henery Shadine 


23 


Rebaca Cole 


Stephen Jeno 


26 


Mary Cole 
Elizaljeth Slag 
Christin Slagt 
Mary Shad in 


Lambert Garrison— V 


ice 


Elisabeth Shadin 



James Bunnil 
Beniamin Coper 
frances Coper 
John Coper 
Joseph Coper 
William Coper 
Nicolus Laseryear 
Joseph morgan 
Charles Morgan 
Peter bevout 
Cobes bebout 



[girls] 

Mary Swam 

Susana Swam 

Ane Swan 

Mary Gorta [Jorta?] 

Magdalene Gorta [Yorta?] 

Anne Smok 

Catherine Smok 

Elis Osband 

Wite Simons 

dcborah Simon 

Mary drago 

Elizabeth [sic] 

Mary tayler 

Elisabeth Smith 



Second sheet.] 








John du puy 


49 


Peternel dupey 




John du peuy 


24 


Trinthe baker 




Hendryk Marling 


22 


barber dorland 




Nicolus Baker 


45 


wilite rick 




John dorland 


25 


Sarah Johson 




Rick ricas 


26 


Mary borbanks 




Jacob Jonson 


35 


Sarah van pelt 




Thomas borbanks 


30 


Althe byvanks 




Peter Marling 


19 


Martha Swam 




Baste Jan Ellisesn 


19 


Catherine hogland 




Peter van pelt 


34 


Catherine hogland 


[sic] 


John Byvanks 


25 


Juda bastedo .^^ 




John Swam 


26 


hendrike George 




George hogland 


40 


Catharine George 




Joseph Bastedo -z- 


49 


Elizabeth George 




William George 


57 


brinthe George 




Henry Egbert 


45 


dirike hagewout 




Egbert tuenison 


22 


Alte hagewout 




Egbert hagewout 


22 


Harminthe hanot 




Peter hagewout 


17 


Magdalen veghtie 




John Veghtie 


18 


Lumethe veghtie 




Egbert hagewout 


20 


Jane Graimes 




Garet veghtie 


47 


Blandeno woglom 




John veghtie 


26 


Sarah van pelt 




Austin Graimes 


34 


febe van bril 




John Wogium .Sr 


62 


Jehus bowman 




John Wogium 


30 


Elisabeth Crose 




Adrian Wogium 


28 


Nelthe Crose 




John van Pelt 


31 


Cornelia Crose 




Abram van Brill [?] 


38 


Mary de Camp 




John baker 


22 


Evie Ricke 




George bowman 


24 


Mary Jacobus 




Derick krose 


46 


Hendrak Else 




Gerard Croose 


24 


Cristine Enger 




Francis Crose 


'7 


I the Makles 




Hendryk Crose 


40 


Elisabeth meril 




John de Canipe 


30 


Susana Merill 




John Enger 


21 


Margreat tayler 




John miles 


35 


Elisabeth tayler 




Richard Merill 


63 


Elisabeth Croshon 




philip Merill 


28 


Mary Croshon 




John Merill 


21 


Mary Coshe 




Richard Merill 


26 


Elisabeth Coshe 




Thomas Merill 


•7 






Ephraim Tayler 


46 






Abraim tayler 


21 






John Croshon 


21 










Lambert G 


nrrison 
Vice 



Nicolus dupey 
Jacob baker 
Lambart Dorland 
Cornelius Jonson 
John borbanks 
John van Peltt 
Evert By van k 
Dirick Hogland 
daniel Hogland 
Lewey bastedo 
Jacob demof 
Abram tunison 
James tunison 
Isaac tunison 
John Hagewout 
Abram hagewout 
Isaac hagewout 
Lafert Hagewout 
James Graimes 
austin Graimes 
Dowe woglom 
Cornelius woglom 
John woglom 
John van pelt 
Simon van pelt 
Nise van Birele [Brill?] 
daniel Corsen 
John Crose 
Nicolus Crose 
Dirick Crose 
Jaurard Crose 
John de Camp 
daniel rico 
Jacob Ricko 
Isaac Ricko 
Charles Enger 
Tise Enger 
Daniel macles 
John Macleas 
peter macles 
gilbert Macles 
John tayler 



Catherine dupey 
magdalene dupey 
Susana Dupey 
neelthe Baker 
Elisabeth dupey 
Margreat baker 
Elisabeth Baker 
Anne Baker 
Trinthe Baker 
mary riak [.?] 
winthe Jonson 
Johana Jonson 
Althe borbanks 
Mary van pelt 
blandeno van pelt 
welbery van jielt 
Elizabeth hogland 
mary hogland 
althe hogland 
hanna hogland 
Rosana hogland 
martha george 
mary George 
Geortroy hagwout 
Rachil hagewout 
harminthe tunison 
Christine tuenison 
Jasebell Graimes 
Christine Woglom 
Blandeno van pelt 
mary van pelt 
Gearbrey van brill [.'] 
Hendrake Bowman 
Catherine Crose 
Mary Crose 
Mary de Campe 
Altie de Campe 
Martha de Campe 
Martha de Campe [sic] 
Sarah de Campe 
buntie ricko 
Anne Enyer 
Rachil IMakleas 
Margreat Makleas 



IS2 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



[Tliird sheet. This leaf is small and in a different handwriting, save the last eight names in the women's column, 
which are written in the common hand.] 



[Men] 



Alexander Stuart 


35 ' 


Joseph Brittin 


40 : 


Joseph Marlett 


24 : 


John PuUion 


26 


Peter Peryne 


27 : 


John LawTence 


19 • 


John Mitchell 


18 1 


John KirlUone 


30 


Hanis Van Clief 


26 


Ram Van Clief 


27 ' 


James Mitchill 


35 


Tliomas Waltin 


34 


John Brown 


39 


William Comons 


34 


George Conion 


22 


Peter Colerich 


19 


Gazen Adriance 


25 


Natli" Brittin 


19 


Matthew Rue 


25 


Jeremiah Stilwell 


25 


Gersham Stilwell 


23 


William Briltin 


21 


Jacob Derna 


30 


Isaac Courtess 


20 


Isaac Van Tyll 


25 


Isaac Lackerman 


21 


Abraliam Lackerman 


23 


Arria Scouu 


30 


Vincent Fountine 


36 


Nickolas Brittin 


27 


Benjamin Brittin 


29 


Henry Keer 


28 


Isaac Johnston 


32 


Isaac Billew 


48 


James Billew 


22 


Jolm Billew 


18 


John Stilwell 


43 


Nath" Brittin 


42 


Isaac Brant Van Clief 


28 


Isaac Simessone 


29 


Richard Mitchill 


32 


John Goulden 


26 


Nathun Whittman 


18 


Valentine Du Shane 


27 


Charles Jacobs 


24 


George Green 


35 


John Vanhoe 


20 


Francis Vanhoe 


18 


James Bullion 


25 


Samuel Oasburne 


27 


John Bedyne 


26 


Abraham Lackerman 


45 


John Tallon 


20 


James Poillion Sen"' 


60 


Richard Mitchill 


68 


Hanss Lawrence 


63 


Jacob Noftie |?] 


65 


John Burgle 


42 


James Guyon 


24 


Lambert Garrison 




Vice 



[Women] 

Catherine Stuart 

Elizabeth Brittin 

Sarah Bullion 

Anne Peryne 

Sarah Lawrence 

Mary Mitchil 

Garreky Mitchil 

Martha Waltin 

Jean Brown 

Esther Comons 

Mary Brittin 

Catherine Derno [Derwo] 

Rebecka Stilwell 

Mary Stilwell 

Hannah Fountine 

Catherine Lackerman 

Rebecca Waltin 

Sarah Vantyll 

Frances Brittin 

Martha Stilwell 

Rachel Stilwell 

Anne Johnston 

Mary Billopp 

hanna Billopp 

Nansie Pharmer 

Jane Swam 

Mary Yorta 

Susana dusway 

Susana dusway 

Elizabeth dusway 



[BOYES] 



[girls] 



CENSUS OF STATEN ISLAND IN THE YEAR 1706. 



153 



[Fourth sheet.] 

[Men] 

James fichit 
Jacobus Craven 
Daniel Shotwell 
Daniel Shotwell [25 ?] 
Joseph Shotwell 
John Shotwell 
John Shotwell 
Abram Shotwell 
Peter States 
Mathew Decker 
Barnt Christepher 
hans Christepher 
Stofel Christepher 
Art Simons 
Aron Prall 
Aron Prall 
■ Peter Prall 
John Croshon 
John Croshon 
Abram Croshon 
John Cashe [?; worn.] 
Philip Cashe [worn ; per- 
haps 34] 
Peter Cashe 
Andrew Canon 
Abram Canon 
Jacob Gallot 
John Corse 
Barnt Swam 
Lambert Dorland 
Lawrence van Camp 
Hendrak van Camp 
John van pelt 
John van pelt 
John Clark 
Criste Jan Corson 
Daniel Corson 
Beniamin Corson 
Jacob Corson 
Joseph arra-Smith 
Cornelius Nefes 
Jorge Nefes 
John Nefes 
George Rennells" 
Harman bowman 



[Women] 

45 Great harman 

25 Willia harman 

47 Sarah fichit 

20 Anna Craven 

16 Elisabeth Shotwell 
60 Mary Shotwell 

21 Elisabeth Shotwell 

18 Sarah Shotwell 
40 Anna Shotwell 
36 Elizabeth States 

26 Anna States 

23 Annerithe States 
30 Grace States 

26 Eve Decker 
60 Catherine Decker 
21 Anne Christeplier 
34 Stinshe Christepher 

48 Winthe Simons 
21 Geartroy Simons 

19 Anne Simons 
60 trinthe Prall 

—4 Mary Prall 

tg Susana Croshon 

55 Susana Cashe 

38 Elisabeth Canon 

58 Aritus Gilbert 

36 Margreat Gilbert 

60 Dorkas Galbut 

60 hester Corso 

60 hester bodine 

24 Sarah Swam 
60 Lisabeth Swam 

20 harmintha dorland 
23 Else dorland 

30 Magdalen doiland 
18 althe van Camp 
20 Else van Camp 

31 Mary van Camp 

46 Mary van Pelt 
44 Margreat Clark 

32 Anna Corson 

20 Elisabeth Corson 

47 Martha arra-Smith 
30 agie Nefes 

Arianthe Nefes 
Sarah Canon 
Elizabeth bowman 



[BOYES] 

James fichitt 
Sany fichit 
John fichit 
John Shotwell 
Abram Shotwell 
Peter States 
Abram States 
Ed man States 
Peter decker 
John decker 
Charles Decker 
Mathew Decker 
Segar Decker 
Nicolus Christepher 
Hans Christepher 
Abram Decker 
Art Simons 
John prall 
Hans prall 
Aron prall 
Peter prall 
Cornelius prall 

- Abram prall 
Francies bodine 
Jacob bodine 
Barnt Swam 
gedion Van Camp 
laurance van Camp 
Art van pelt 
Daniel Corson 
Joseph arra Smith 
Isaac Canon 
Jacob Canon 
Abram Canon 
John Swain 
tye Swain 
John yorta 
Lewcas Billew 
Richard michill 



[GIRLS] 

anna harman 
Mary harman 
Jane harman 
Sarah fichit 
Efi fichit 
Elisabeth fichit 
Else Craven 
Margreat tayler 
Sarah tayler 
Marl in tayler 
Rachel tayler 
Anna tayler 
Martha Shotwell 
Susana Shotwell 
Elisabeth Shotwell 
Margreat Shotwell 
Magdalen States 
Elisabeth States 
Nealthe decker 
Cathrine Cristepher 
rebecca Christepher 
Catherine Simons 

winthe Simons 
Mary prall 
• Catherine prall 
Jane bodine 
Madlean Swam 
Mary Swam 
Mary Corson 
Sister Corson 
Mary Corson 
Marth Arrasmith 
Jane arra Smith 
Mary Nefes 
Susana la Count 
Jane Canon 
Anna Canon 
Mary Canon 
Elizabeth [sic] 
Mary Pharmer 
Catherine Pharmer 
Siathe Swam 
Mary Yorta 
Mary Michill 
Anne Michill 



Lambert Garrison Vice 



[Fifth sheet.] 

Powell rigar [Rigau ?] 
Peter winans 
Stephen gino 
Daniel gino 
James gino 
Francies gino 
Abram Staes 
John laro 
James ralo 
Mathew laro 
John Swam 
John yorta 



30 Martha Shadin 

40 nealthe Gino 

55 J'liie [?] 

25 Mary winans 

22 Susana gino 

20 Eliner gino 

44 lidy gino 

43 Catherine gino 

20 Rachil States 

20 Peternel ralo 

32 Elisabeth laro 

34 francies laro 



Charles Machil 
John Machil 
peter andre 
Andrew Cole 
richard Cole 
leandert Slet 
barnt Slet 
franccs Slet 
Cornelius Vollomon 
peter roceau 
daniel ricau 
winant winant 



Mary Jonson 
Rachil Jonson 
Jane Jeton [?] 
Sary bery 
Susana bery 
Mary bery 
Anna hopper 
Martha hoper 
Mary Dusway 
dyna Dusway 
Sarah Dusway 



»54 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



[Men] 



[Women 1 



Mathew Jonson 
robert Jonson 
Hendryk Jonson 
peter Codret 
Antony Swam 
John Swain 
Cornelius Swan 
John Smook 
Samuel barnes 
John bodin 
Barnl Simons 
Peter drago 
Nathaniel Luer 
Ned arraSmith 
Peter rovo 
Albert Jonson 
Thomas ward 
Lewes Seton [Sebon P 
Francies phere 
henery bery 
Stephen Hoper 
peter Jeber 
Toseph Billopp 
Thomas Pharmer 
John yorta 
John swam 
Mark Dusway. Sr. 
Mark Dosway, Jr Lage 
crossed out] 

Lambert Garrison 

Vice 



27 Mary laro 
24 Betylaro 
■JO Anne Swan 

20 Magdalean yorta 
49 hanna Jonson 
25 Aplonia Jonson 

21 Mary Jonson 
33 Eliner Jonson 
45 Anne Jonson 
45 Mary Money 
•7 2 Elener Swan 
37 Elizabeth Swam 
30 Mary Swam 

34 Anne Swam 
42 Rachel Swam 

35 Ledy Swain 
25 Mary Swam 
24 Catherine Smok 
24 Catherine harber 
31 Aplonia Simons 
40 Elizabeth drgo 
40 Catherine tayler 
63 Martha arrasmith 
33 Johannah rovo 

28 Martha Jonson 

31 Elizabeth wardlWaie 

80 Mary here 

30 Marie hop 

Elizabeth hoper 
Susana ribar 
Mary Jober 



[BOYES] 

daniel winent 
maniwel winent 
Cornelius winen 
peter winant 
Jacob winant 
James gino 
diniel gino 
Lewes gino 
John gino 
peter States 
John States 
Abram States 
Epraini States 
James States 
Matthew rew 
Francies rew 
Daniel ralo 
John Jorta 
'Christof andrew 
hendrak Jonson 
Joseph Jonson 
Nathaniel Jonson 
Jacob Jonson 
Hendrak Jonson 
Cornelius [sic] 
?i Albert Money 
Peter Money 
John Money 
James Maning 
Albert Swam 
Mathew Swam 
Jacobob Swam 
Antony Swam 
Mathew Swam 
hendrak Smak 
barnt Smak 
John Smak 
wiliam Osbond 
Simon Simons 
John Simons 
John drago 
peter drago 
Jonathan tayler 
albert Jonson 
robert Jonson 
Lewes Jeton 
peter Jeton 
henery bery 
John bery 
Stephen hoper 
Claman hopper 
david Jeber 
peter Jeber 
Jacob Jeber 
Hendrak Jeber 
John Jeber 



[GIRLS] 



[Sixth sheet.] 

James Slatt 
James Lisk 
Adam Morgan 
Samuel Olyver 
Dunkan Olyphantt 
Hesekiah bun ml ^ 
Lambert Garrison yOg 
Charles Garrison 
John Rico 



36 Elisabeth Slatt 

38 Margreat List 

26 Anne Oliver 

16 anne olyver 

24 Eve Morgan 

20 RachiU Morgan 

20 Mary Olyphant 

18 Susana garrison 

20 Susanna garrison [sicj 



James Slatt 
Jacob Slatt 
John Listt 
Thomas Listt 
Alexander List 
Art [Ary?l olyver 
david olyphant 
Franck barber 
John Cortis 



Sarah Slatt 
Elizabeth Slatt 
Winthe olyver 
Susana olyver 
Catherin garrison 
Hester Craven 
nealthe rick 
Elisabeth rick 
AUhe rick 



CENSUS OF STATEN ISLAND IN THE YEAR 1706. 



"55 



[Men] 

peter ricke 

Harmon Masher 

John worterson 

Nicolus Maning 

Oswald foord 

Jogum van amme 

Evert van ame 

engelbert [Engelhart ?] van 

amen 
Hendrak van amen 
Barnt Marling 
Abrani Lake 
John Secott 
Elius Duskbury 
William tillyer 
William tyllyer 
Henery NIoney 
Simon van amen 
John Britell 



Lambert Garrison 

Vice 



[Women] 

36 Mary ricke 
24 phem ricke 
60 Mary Masher 
50 Else wouterson 
47 Mary Maning 
60 Mary Maning [sic] 
24 Elisabeth ffoord 
22 Sarah foord 

16 wine van amnien 
28 Mary van ammen 
30 deborah marling 
27 Clashe lake 
60 Magdelen Scott 
46 Ma. Ducksbury 
16 Mary tyllier 
30 Mary tyllyer 
16 Nelthe bowman 
24 Mary Money 
Rebecca marling 
Rebaka britell 



[BOYES] 

Daniel Garrison 
Nicolus garrison 
Isaac garrison 
Segar garrison 
Jacob garrison 
banes rick 
Hendrak rick 
Hanis Masker 

Isaac Marling 
thomas Maning "< 
William foord 
John Lake 
Richard Lake 
Daniel Lake 
Joh Scoott 
Patrick Scott 
Philip tyller 
Edward tyiler 
Abrani Marling 
peter bowman 
Cornelius Nefes 
Jacob Corson 
John Gerery [Gerecy.'J 
William ford 
Charles ford 
Oswald ford 
Abram van hoy 
George grean [Grear ?] 
John grean [ " ] 
Thomas grean [ " ] 
Nicolus Stillwell 
John van Cleaf 
Peter billew 
Isaac billew 
Abram billew 



[GIRLS] 

Magdelean rick 
Nealthe masker 
Elizabeth Manning 
Anne Lake 
Sarah Lake 
Anne tyllyer 
Sarah tyllyer 
dynah tyllyer 

Martha tyllyer 
Anne bowman 
Catherine bowman 
Mary bowman 
Catherin Nefes 
Mary Nefes 
Sarah Nefes 
Mary Corson 
Anne Money 
Hanna van amen 
Jane van amen 
Maiy van amen 
Anne ford 
Mary foord 
Rachil van hoy 
Sarah van hoy 
Catherine van hoy 
Mary Stillwell 
Anne Stillwell 
Catherine dushen 
Sarah dushen 
Hillithe van Cleaf 
Angelthe van Cleaf 
Anne van Cleaf 
Catharine van Cleaf 
Mary billew 
Catherine billew 



[Seventh sheet.] 




Negro Men 


Negri 


Robin 

Richmond 

Charles 

Jack 

Jack 


Neger Garl 
Betty 

Betty 
Sarah 
Grace 


Colliman 


Flora 


Frank 


Kiamet 


Will 


Keshe 


Dick 
John 
Jack 
Hendrak 


Mary 
Betty 
Mary 
Mare 


Kolon 
Lewes 


Mary 
Bess 


Makeol 
Frank 
Harry 
Cofi 


Bety 
Mary 


Toby 
Tom 




Keas 




Sandy 

Jack 

Will 




Jack 
Dick 





Negro Boyes 


Negro Girls 


Primos 


Hester 


Jno 


Mare 


Claes 


Mare 


Jack 


Sara 


Menes 


Mary 


Charles 


Rachil 


Sam 


Three Negro 


Sam 


Children 


Tom 


Sarah 


Jack 


Faro 


Jacob 


Anne 


Mingo 


Jene 


Paso 




Mink 





iS6 



Negro Men. 


NEGR' 


Toby 


Tom 


Jack 


Joseph 


Harry 


Sahogh 


Toby 


Jackey 


Jack 


Joseph 


Corfy 


Pine 


Pin 


Toney 


Cofi 


Tom 


Cessemin 


Jackey 


Jack 


Harriey 


Dick 


Toby 


Tone [?] 


Harry 


Robin 


Jack 


Hendrak 


John 


Besse 


Jack 


Cherry 


Robin 


Manuel 


Mink 


Fortune 


Roger 


Sambo 


Minck 


Jack 


Tom 




Will 


Lambert Garrison 


Mishe 


Vice 





HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Negro Men's Names. 



Negro Women. 


Negro 


Betty 


Harry 


Sarah 


Will 


Judith 


Jack 


Judith 


Harklegg 


Bess 


Trimbello 


Judith 


Harry 


Betty 


Dick 


Carmente 


Sambo 


Corine 


Toby 


Mary 


Roger 


Jude 


Andrew 


Finno 


Joh 


Betty 


Joh 


Jeen 




Ruthe 




Mary 




Laurie 




Betty 





Jene 



Negro Men's Names. 



THE PARISH REGISTER 

OF 

CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBLHY, N. J* 



" Record Book of the Episcopal Churches in Monmouth County. Xew Jersey. From 1733-" 

[On the fly leaf] 



" Samuel Palmer Stationer at \-^ Bible & Star, Grace Church Street " [On the inside of the 
cover] 



" William Leeds died April 2-j. 1739 " [On the fly leaf] 



In the middle of the book is to be found the Latitude & Longitude of the Spire of Christ Church, 
ShrewsbuT}- according to the \1. S. Coast Survey under the superintendence of Professor Hassler. 

[In the fore part of the book] 

" Clergymen of Shrewsbtuy-. Settled. Missionaries supplied 

Re^-. John Forbes 1733 i° P^^ ^}' ^^ Societj' 

" John Miln 1738 in England. 

" Thomas Thompson 1745. Left 1751 

" Samuel Cook. Left. 1775 see \'estr%- book. p. 24 

" Henr\- Waddell 178S. see Vestn,- book. p. 39 

" Andrew Fowler 1799. Discharged Feb. 4. 1806 

" John Croes. Jr. 1809. Left Sept. 1S24 

" Eli ^^^leeler Sept. 1824. Died Mch. 15. 1861. aet. 70 yrs. 

'■ Harr\- Finch 1830. Resigned on account of infirmity- Nov. 1862 

" Thomas J. Taylor 1863 



" Mr. Waddell & Mr. Taylor kept no record in this book " 

* A copy of this andent record was made by the Rev. Harry Finch, aided by his wife. They were prompted to this good work 
to save the original book, which was showing rapid marginal decay and suffering from the corrosive action of the ink. They rear- 
ranged the entries so as to bring the marriages, baptisms, and burials nnder separate headings, and so continned them from the 
beginning to the end. In the copy here prodnced the record is only bronght to 1S25, bnt the original arrangement is strictly 
adhered to, and the text has been carefully compared. Besides compiling his transcript of the Church Register, Mr. Finch made 
extensive searches into the early history of the church and its possessions, alike valuable and interesting, and which will be intro- 
duced in their entirety further on. Mr. Finch's copy of the Register is in t>-- - -r- = --: — _ of the curate, and is the one generally con- 
sulted; the original, when I had access to it. was in the possession of Mr. A - - T^bary. opposite the church, but has since 
passed to the care of another omdal (with it a package of old papers), and -^ --:;;;_! in a bank vault in Red Bank. It is to be 
regretted that breaks occur in the chronology of the record. It is worthy of note that interments in the churchyard were not invari- 
ably registered in this record, and, on the other hand, there are allusions in the record to interments of which there are now no 
traces in the yard. J. E. S. 

157 



158 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Baptisms i^jj 



Date. 



Child's name. Parents' names 



" Place of Aboad " At what ch. baptized 



1733- 


Jan. 6. 




" 13- 


1734- 


April 14. 




Jan. 2. 




April 14. 




July 28. 




Aug. II. 




Aug. II. 




Sept. 22. 




Sept. 22. 




Oct. 24. 




Nov. 17. 




Dec. 22. 




" 25 




Jan. 26. 


V 


Feb. 2. 




March. 2. 



Rip, son of Isaac & Isabel Van Dam Shrews. 

Mary, dau. of John Johnson. Freehold. 

William, son of W" & Ann Pintard. Shrews. 

Thomas, son of John Nathan & Magdalen Hodg- 
son. Mid'town 

John, son of John & Easter Herbert [Thomas & 
Easter?] 

William, son of W"" & Mary Patten 

Thomas, son of Daniel & Susanna Herbert 

Mary West, an adult person 

Elizabeth, dau. of Elisha & Elizabeth Lawrence, Crosswicks, 

Mary, dau. of Samuel & Mary Roger 

Thomas Gordon Stile, son of Gabriel & Marjf- Stile, Allenstown, 

Hannah, dau. of Thomas & Hannah Moriithv Mid'town, 

Ann, dau. of Thomas & Ann Gillpatrick, 

Ann, dau. of & adult, of Webley West, Shrews. 

Elizabeth Steell, Adult dau. of Gabrill Stell, Allenstown, 

Catharine, dau. of John Kearney 

Catharine, dau. of James & Christian Rice 



Shrews. Ch. 
Court House. 
Shrews. 



Privately 
Allentown 



Shrews. 
Mid'town 
Shrews. 
Allenstown 



Marriages 17^4 

1734 Feb. 2. Edward Lee & Sarah Lane at Middletown. 
March. 4. Samuel Leonard & Mary Throgmorton. 



Burials i^j4 
1734. Sept. 8. George Thornbury in Shrewsbury Ch. Yard 



1735- 



april 4. 

" 6. 

May II. 



June 15. 



Baptisms i'/S5 

Mary, dau. of James Dye, Jr. 
Samuel, son of James & Ann Osburn, 
Sarah, dau. of Amos & Patience Grandine. 

David, son of Job & Throckmorton, 

John Clayton 

David " 

Jonathan " 

Mary " 

Hannah " 

Ann " 

Isabel 



William, son of John & Elizabeth Stewart 
Deborah, dau. of Thomas & Hannah Warn 
Henry, son of James & Mary Willson 
Thomas, son of Joshua ? Applin 
John, Catharine & Sarah, ch. of Patkrick Kerns 
Patience, dau. of James fifrees, 
Alsee, dau. of George Murry 
Ann, dau. of John Witherill ? 



Freehold. 

Shrews. 
Freehold, 



Allenstown. 

n it p 

Allentown, 



Court House. 

Shrews. 

Freehold. 



Allenstown 
Allentown 



1735 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 

Shrews. 
Freehold 



«59 



Shrews. 
Freehold 



July 27. Samuel, son of Samuel & Ann Pintard. 
Euphemia, dau. of John & Alary Reid, 
Aug. 3. James, son of Joseph & Alice Throckmorton " 

3. Mary, dau. of Thomas Stephens, 
" 3. John, Mary & Thomas, ch. of Thomas & Mary 

Stephens 
" 3. Mary, dau. of Joshua & Elizabeth Warner [ Warne ?] " 
" 3. John, sou of James & Garret Abraham " 

3. William Lord Cahart 

sons of Philip, son of W" & Phebe Cahart 

7'"' 28. Hartness, son of Samuel & Mary Throckmorton, Freehold. 

28. James, son of Peter & Margaret Ferine 

28. Peter, son of James «& Catharine Bartley 

28. Jane, dau. of John & Isabel Buckennes 

Oct. 5. Mary, dau. of James Niper 

5. Jacob, son of Jacob Jemson 

5. John, son of John Bullock 

5. Timothy, son of James Anderson 

5. Daniel Littleton, son of Daniel Ketcham 

12 Rebecca, wife of Jeremiah Stilhvell, Crosswicks 

Nov. 28 Clement, wife of Jacob Dennis 

Hannah, 



Topenairmous 



April 2 
" 8 

" ID 

" II 

Nov. 3 

&"■ 29, 

Io''^ 31 



Sarah, 

Samuel, 

Jacob, 

Anthony , 

Increase, 

Elizabeth, 



children of Jacob & Clement Dennis. 



Marriages i/j§ 



Shrews. 



Shrews. 



Lewis Morris & Margaret Heldrith at Tinton 

Abraham James & Susanna Newbery '" 

Samuel Burrass & Mary Exceen at Shrews. 

Joseph Price & Mary West " " 

Gabriel Pilkington & Alice Collins ; by license ; by Jno. Forbes. 

Thomas Riddle & Elizabeth Orton by Mr. Jno. Forbes in Shrews. 

Peter Journey &Audery Osburne " " " 



Burials 7755 
1735 Feb. 2. Mrs. La Count in the burying place of Mr. Samuel Pintard at Shrews. 

Baplisiiis 1/36 

1736. April 4. Isaac, son of Isaac & Isabel Van Dam. 

July 4. Hannah, dau. of William & Ellen Smith. 

" " John, son of John & Rachel Johnson. 

" II. Margaret, dau. of Samuel & Ann Dennis. 

7"" 5. Susannah, dau. of John & Mary Hoskins. 



Burials i/j6 



'^7i^- .Tuly 25. Samuel Leonard, son of Samuel, 
Aug. 14. Mrs. Hodgson 



Shrews. 



Shrews. 
« « 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Baptisms ij^j 

1737 June I. John & Obadiah, sons of John & Grazel Worthley. Shrews. 
" 14. Catharine, dau. of Christian & Mary Nicholson 
Jan. I. Ann, James & W™, ch. of John & Greezel Seers 
Catharine, dau. of Thomas & Ehzabeth Crafts 
Margaret & Ferine [?] ch. of Joseph & Mary Price " 
John, son of John Morris 



Shrews. 



Marriages 1/3/-1 
1737-8 March 9. Thomas Bell & Leah Bennet. 

Burials //j/ 
1737 Jan. 29 Abigail Price in Shrewsbury Ch. yard. 



Baptisms 1738 

1738 May 22 John, son of Isaac & Isabel Van Dam Shrews. 

Lewis, son of Samuel & Ann Dennis 
Giles, son of Robert & Rachel Lee 
June 4. Catharine, dau. of W™ & Mary Norris. 

18. Joseph, son of Thomas & Hannah Morford 
July 2. John Shaddock 

Ann cS: Martha. Adults 
16 Sarah Shaddock 

and William Shaddock, adults, son of John & 

Martha Shadock " 

Aug. 13 John Lewis Pintard, son of Samuel & Ann 
Pintard 
" William, son of Edward & Mary Wright 

Samuel ? [perhaps belongs to the following] 

lo'"' 25 Benjamin, son of Jacob & Clement Dennis 

Margery Hoisted, adult 

Abigail I' " " 

Josiah " " 

Daniel " " ■ 

Pearson 



Shrews. 



Hannah, wife of Thomas Morford 



1738 March. 15 

" IS- 
25. 



Marriages 1738 

William Price & Lydia Wooley. 

William Barns & Sarah Swain. 

Nathaniel Thomas & Ann Leeds bv Mr. Miln. 



9'"' 16. Josiah Holms & Hannah Dennis 



1738 



Burials 1738 



9"'' 30 



James Gibson, at Shrewsbury Ch. yard. 
Jan. 14 Hannah Stout 
1738-9 Feb. 7. Sarah, wife of John Throckmorton 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. i6i 



Baptisms //jp 

1739 [April 17I Mary, dau. of Thomas & Elizabeth Riddle. 

April 17. Patrick, son of Robert & Hannah Savage by Mr. Miln, 

22 Deborah Bar\\-ick, wife of John Barwick. 
Benjamin & Robert, sons of John& Deb. " " 

Elizabeth Jackson, adult 

June 17. Philip, son of Philip & Elizabeth Edwards 

Theadeus, dau. of John & Mary Reed of Freehold 



Shrewsbury. 



Marriages i/jp 



1739 June 20 S. Newman & Elizabeth 



bv Mr. Miln 



lo'"' 28 John Throgmorton & Sarah Holms 



1739 April 27. 



May 2. 

June 20. 

20. 

Sept. 2. 

lo*"'. 2. 

1739-40. Feb. 14. 



Burials i^jp 

" Then was interred the Corps of William Leeds near 

his house at Swiming River " 

Henry Leonard near his house at Colt's neck. 

Benjamin Dennis at Shrewsbury Ch. yard. 

wife of Potter " " " 



John Chamberlin, near his house at Deal. 
John Frost at Shrewsbury Ch. yard. 
John Pintard in the burying place near 
Samuel Pintards, Shrewsbury. 
Feb. 16. Mary Light by Mr. ;\Iiln in Shrews. Ch. yard. 
" 24. Philip Edwards " " ' " 



Baptisms I/40 

1740 June 21. Benjamin, son of Jacob & Clement Dennis " the 27 dav 

of July next " by Mr. Miln. 

1739 July 15 Zilphi'a West, adult by Mr. Miln, Shrews. 

" " Arrabella, dau. of Marv Craddock, " " " " 

" " William, son of John Shaddock, " " " " 

." " Easter, dau. of josiah & Hannah Holms, " " " " 

Nov. 18. Elizabeth, dau. "of Evert & Ann Mathew, " " " " 

1739-40. March 9. Elizabeth Chambers " " " " 



1740 



Baptisms I/40 

April 3. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas & Margaret Patton, by Mr. Miln. Mid'town. 
" 3. Frances, dau. of Thomas & Ann Gilipatrick, " " " " 

Elizabeth Craddock, adult, " " Shrews. 

Mary Allen, adult, 



20 
" 20 
" 20 

May 18 
June 15 



Mary, dau. of William & Mary Patton 

Catharine, dau. of Samuel & Ann Pintard 
-, son of William Craddock- 



1740-41. Jan. 25. Hannah, dau. of James & Elizabeth Brads[bury] 
Feb. 22. Hannah, dau. of Josiah & Hannah Holms 



Burials 1/40 
None. 



l62 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Marriages ij^o 
1740 S*"^ 8. John Throgmorton, Esq., & Abigal Tallman by Air. Miln. 



1741 



Baptisms 1^41 

June 8 Elizabeth, dau. of Robert & Rachel Lee by Mr. Miln. 
30 , son of Evert Mathews "' " " 



Marriages I/41 
None. 



Burials I/41 

1741 May 9. Mr. Michael Keary [Kearny ?] at Shrews. Ch. yard. 

Tuly 3. Mr. John Mathews " " " " 

'&\ 2. Mr. John Throgmorton, Esq. 



Baptisms 1^42 

1742 April 18. Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel & Ann Pintard, by Mr. Miln. 

May 16. Hannah, dau. of Josiah & Abigal Russell, " " 

June 27. Ann, dau. of Edward Wright, " " 

Aug. 8. Rebecca, dau. of Josiah & Zilpha Hollsted, " " 

1742-3 Jan. 30. Increase, dau. of Jacob & Clement Dennis, " " 

March 13. Jacob, son of James & Elizabeth Bradsbury, " " 



Shrews. Ch. 



Marriages 1742-^ 
1742-3. g*". 3. Ebenezer Parker & Deborah Gifford, by Mr. Miln. 



1742. 7''^ 2. Richard Rogers 

8"''. 4. Increase Dennis " 

17. Amelia " " 

Oct. 23. Samuel Leonard, Esq. " 



Burials 1^42 
at Shrews. Ch. vard. 



Baptisms 1743 

1743. Aug. 14. Thomas, son of Tosiah & Hannah Holms bv Mr. Miln at Shrews. 
id*". 18, Thomas, son of Thomas J. Fennvmore ( ?) " " " " 
Jan. I. Ann, dau. of James & Abigal Rusell " " " " " 



Burials 1743 
1743. Feb. 7. Sarah Throgmorton at Shrews. Church. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 163 

Marriages I/44 

1744 May 6. Abigal, dau. of Josiah & Zilpha Holstead By Mr. ^Miln. 
March 17. James S., Son of Jacob Dennis 

17. Hannah, dau. of John Cassery [Caffery?] 

Marriages, I/44 

1744. April 2. John Cafifery & EHzabeth Craddock. By Mr. ]\Iiln. 
7''^ 9. John Rumage & Lydia Potior 
8"^ 4. Thomas Parker & Mary Tozen " " 

Burials 1/44 

1744. March i. Abraham Russel in Shrews. Ch. yard. 

Baptisms i/4§ 

1745. May 12. Ann, dau. of Samuel & Ann Pintard by Mr. }ililn. 

June I. Jacob, son of Josiah & Hannah Hohns 

7''^ 22. Nathaniel Parker at Shrewsbury " " " 

22. dau. of Nathaniel & Ann Parker " " " 

22. John, son of John & Ann Martha Craddock at Shrews. 

By Mr. Thompson 
7''^ 25. Samuel, son of John & Ann Martha Craddock aged 6 years. 
25. Francis, " " " " " " " at Shrews. 

17. Russel [ ?] son of James & Abigal Russel, " " 

Marriages I/45 
1745. April — . Michael Robinson & Alee . By Mr. Miln. 

Burials I/45 

1745. lo'"' 16. Thomas, son of Josiah & Hannah Holms in Shrews. 

Baptisms IJ46 

1746. April. 24. IMary Craist [Craift ?] aged 7I years by Mr. Thompson. 

Margaret " " s'vears 

Elizabeth " " 2 years 

Ann " " 6 months " 

8''^ 5. Elizabeth West, adult by Mr. Thompson. 

Feb. I. Isaac, son of Jacob & Clement Dennis " 

March i. Mary, dau. of Nathaniel & Hannah Parker " " 

Burials 1^46 

1746. &". 8. " The Corps of Mr. Bartow was Buried By the 

Reverend Mr. Thompson in Shrews. Ch. yard." 



i64 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Baptisms 1/4/ 

1747. May 9. John Lee Gouge Pintard, son of Samuel & Ann. By Mr. Thompson. 
■' 24. Audery Webley aged 2^^ years 

Ann ' 18^ " " " 

Catharine" " " 2ii " " " 

Marriages 1/4^ 
1747. May [5J. Joseph Throgmorton & Mary Forman. " " " 

Burials 1/4^ 

1747 April 4. Isaac Dennis in Shrews. Ch. yard. 
July 27. Lewis Husband " 

Baptisms 1/45 

1745 Sept. 2^. Martha Hengins of Cranbury. By Mr. Thompson. 

23. Sarah, dan. of Martha Hengins. 

2^. Lewig & Daniel, sons of Martha Hengins. 

Oct. 27. Joel, son of Francis & Abigal Burdoigne 

Nov. 25. John, son John Sharrock & his wife, of Shrews, aged 6 years. 

25. Francis," " " " " " " 2| " 

Dec. 13. Derrick, son of Mr. Derrick Longstreet of Manasquan, aged 3 nios. 

Baptisms I/46 

1746. Jan. 12. Richard, son of Richard & Phebe Mills, aged 4 years. 

12. Phebe, dau. " " " " " i year. 

Feb. 9. Job, Lewis, Rebecca, sons & daughter of Mr. 
Job Throgmorton, Sr., & Frances, his wife. 

Feb. 9. John & ]\iary, children of Mr. Joseph Throgmorton. 

9. Ann, dau. of Mr. John & Jane Forman. 

9. Elizabeth, dau. of Mr. Job & Hana Throgmorton of Colts neck. 

9. William, son of Robert & Frances Campbell, aged 5 years. 

9. Nathaniel, 
Elisha, 

Merford, sons of Mrs. Taylor 

John, 

9. Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel & Mary Leonard. 

Feb. 17. Abraham, son of James Russel of Shrews. 

20. James, son of Joseph & Deborah Cowper of Mid'town, aged i yr. 2 mo. 

March 19. Elizabeth, dau. of John Therrock [ ?] of Shrews. Born the 26 of January last. 

Marriages 1/45 
1745. Jan. 5. Neal McDonald & Elizabeth Gordon. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 165 



1745- 



Burials i/4§ 

Dec. 6. Mrs. Johnson, widow, of Amboy, at Mr. Johnston's plantation at Freehold. 
" 16. Mr. Carhart of Mid'town-point at Mr. Peters at Freehold. 



Baptisms 1/46 



1746 March 25. 

25- 

28. 

April 4. 

4- 

9- 



9 
9 

9 
II 

24 

24 

24 

May. 6. 

May. II 



June 



25 

25 

22 
29. 



1746 



Dec. 7. 
Jan. I. 

June. 30. 



SO- 
30- 
July 9. 
July 25. 
" 27. 
27- 



old. 



3 mos. 



Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Crafts of Shrews. 

Ann, " " " " privately. 

Hannah, wife of Air. Job Throgmorton of Coalts neck. 

Ann, dau. of Richard Bates of Mid'town. Privately. 6 wks. 

Mary, dau. of John Brown " Mid'town point, i year old. 

Catharine, wife of John Patten of Mid'town. At home. 

John, son of John & Catharine Patten " " " " 

Hugh. " " " " " " " " 2 yrs. i mo. 

Eisther, dau. " " " " " " " almost 4 mos. 

Sarah, dau. of Rachel Johnson, widow, of Mid'town. 6 yrs. 8 mos. 

Lena, dau. of Patrick & Elizabeth Linch at the house 

of James Laton, being 3 yrs. old come the 29 of this month. 

Ann, dau. of James & Rebecca Patten, of Mid'town. 2 yrs. & almost 

Catharine, dau. of Catharine Chapman, widdow, since wife 

of Patrick Linch. Aged 8 years & 6 mos. 

Mary, dau. of James & Rebecca Patten being upward of a mo. old. 

Catharine, dau. of John & Catharine McClease of Mid'town. 

Margaret, dau. of Thomas Crafts ; at home. 

Mary, 

Joseph, the bastard son of Catharine Highland, late of Shrews, deceased. 

William, son of Mr. John & Mary Cowper, privately, born 

the last mo. 

Daniel, son of James & Elienor Hasset [ ?] of Colts neck; At church 

aged 14 mos. 

Letitia, dau. of Mr. Francis & his wife Sarah of Mid'town-point. 

Kezia. dau. of Samuel & Margaret Warnor; publickly. 

Sarah, dau. of Job Throckmorton, son of Joseph ; at church. 



Rebecca, 

John, 

Patience, 



sons & daus. of John & Margaret Willis ; at church. 



Deborah, dau. of Mr. Samuel & Mary Leonard, aged - 
John, son of Robert & Elizabeth Wilds of Allinstown. 



weeks. 



Rebecca, twin daus. of Luke & Mary Harding of South River. 
Sarah, Aged 11 mos. 

Sarah, dau. of John & Sarah Throgmorton of South River. At home. 

Mary, dau. of Thomas & Sarah Loyd. " " " " " 

Margaret, dau. of Joseph & Mary Eshile. 

Joseph, son of Webley & Clenicas West of Shrews. Aged 15 years. 

Elizabeth, a negro servant of Mrs. L^rcilla Forman. 

Catharine, dau. of John & Rebecca Ferine, about a mo. old. At church. 

John & Henry, sons of Isaac & Mary Palmer. At church. 



^°' llhT^^' ^^^'^ fi^m'n!' sons of William & Martha Tillier of Rocky Hill. At church. 



John, 



30. John, son of James & Margaret Willson of Cranbury. 
Aged 7 mos. ; at church. 



1 66 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

30. Ann, dau. of James & Sarah Dye. Aged 6 weeks ; at church. 

30. Jennet, dau. of John & Ehzabeth Buckelew. Aged 14 mos ; at church. 

30. Ehzabeth, dau. of James & Mary Ferine. Aged 9 mos. ; at church. 

30. James, son & daus. of John & Jane Steel ; at church. 

Margaret, A soujourner, late of Brunswick. 

Mary, 

Aug. 3. Ezekial, son of John & Mary Cowper of Mid'town. At home ; aged i yr. 7 mos. 
'■ 5. John, a negro servant of Thomas Clayton (under sentence of 

death) of Uper Freehold. N. B. ' He was Executed the S"" & 

dyed very penitent. 
" 24. Deborah, dau. of James & Sariah Lambertson of Amboy County. 

At church, aged 5 mos. 

Joseph, son of ]\Ir. Job Throgmorton, Sr., & Francis his wife. Privately. 

Mary, wife of Mr. Samuel Throgmorton. 

Catharine, wife of Mr. John Macclease of Mid'town. At Freehold. 

Martha, dau. of Peter & Mary Parker of Allenstown. At Allenstown. 

John, son of John & Catharine Macclease of ]\Iid'town. 

Aged 6i years ; at the house of John Cowper. 

James, the son of said John & Catharine, aged 2}, years. 

William, son of Henry & Martha Ferine. Fublickly ; aged about 3 mos. 

Elizabeth, dau. of Webley West at Shrewsbury. 

Phebe, a negro wench in my service. 

Deborah, dau. of Mr. Samuel & Mary Leonard, aged — weeks [This 

baptism has drawn across it an erasure line.] 

John, son of Robert & Elizabeth Wildes at Allenstown. 

Elisha. son of Elisha Lawrence, Esq. 

Cornelius, son of Dennis & Mary Ashley. 

Mary, dau. of Jane Roger by Peter Desbouriere, 

Aged 3 years, 11 mos. 
1747. Feb. I. Isaac, son of Mr. Jacob Dennis at Shrews. 

Feb. 8 Catharine, aged 2i years, daus. of Patrick Early at Shrews. 
Elizabeth, " 3 mos. 

March i. Mary, dau. of Nathaniel & Hannah Parker of Shrews. At Shrews; 
aged 3 mos. 
6. Ann, dau of Mr. John Bearney deceased & Ann, his widdow. 
8. Edward Holms, son of Robert & Ann Jones of Mount Pleasant 
but late of Long Island. Aged 2 years. 







26. 
28. 




Sept 


. 2. 

10. 




Sept. 
Oct 


10. 
28. 

5- 




Dec 


9- 

7- 


1746 


•7 J'Tl 


I. 
I. 

25- 

31- 



15. Mary, dau. of Edward Wright, deceased, by his wife Mary. Publ 

15. Increase, " " " " 

15. Edward, son of 

15. Abigal, dau. of 

15. Edward, son of 
Aged 9 mos. [sic] 

April 26. John, son of ^^'illiam & Rachel Obrian. At Shrews. 

1747 " 26. Hannah, dau. of Isaac & Mary Palmer. " 

May 8. John Legourge, son of Lamb*^ & Ann Pintard, born May 



ckly. 



Marriages 1/46 
1746. Nov. 25. Timothy Holstead and Elizabeth [West] 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 167 

Burials 1^46 

1746. Aug. 19. As Reskerrick, the son of Mr. Andrew Gordon at Cranbury. 

Oct 7. Mr. Theodosius Bartow at Shrews. 
Jan. 6. John, son of Jon WiUis. 

Jan. 19. Brian Oneil buried at Mr. Savage's Plantation. 
March 6. Mr. Hearney [Kearney?] at his own plantation. 
March 15. Edward Wright at St. Peters. 
[Possibly wrong dates, as the above entries — Burials 1746 — are greatly crowded in the original] 

Baptisms 174/ 

1747. May 24. Audery, dau. of John Webley of Shrews, by his wife. At Shrews, church ; 

Aged 23 years. Publickly. 
Catharine, dau. of do. aged 22 years. 
Mary, dau. of do. aged 20 " 

May 28. Agisyles, son of Mr. Thomas and Alargaret Gordon of Cranbury. 
aged 2 years. 3 mos. 

Margaret, dau. of James & Mary Bradshaw. Aged 3 mos. 
Kenneth, son of Mathew [ ?] & Isabel Perine. At church. Aged 9 mos. 
Hannah, dau. of John & Avicia Fisher 
of Shrews. At home. Aged i year, 4 mos. 
Ann, dau. of Thomas & Margaret Fenton. Aged 4 years, 5 mos. 
William, son of do aged 3 mos. 

John, son of Patrick & IMargaret Dowghan of Middletown. At church 
Aged 4 mos. 

Oliver, a negro servant of Mr. Job Throgmorton of Colts neck. 
Richard, son of Thomas & Hannah Warne. Publickly. Aged 4 mos. 
John, son of Jonathan & Sairah Forraan, Jr. 
Joseph West of Shrews. Publickly. 
Aubrey " wife of Joseph West. 
Joseph, son of above aged 16 years & 10 mos. 
James, " " " " 15 " & 6 " 
June 21 lohn, son of above aged 12 years & 7 mos. 
Asher, " " " " 10 " & 6 " 
Catharine, dau. " " 8 " & 11 " 

Deborah, "" " " 5 " 

Jane, "" " " 2 " & 10 " 

Samuel, son " " " — — g 

June 28 Mathias, son of William & Elizabeth Rue. Publickly. Aged i year. 
28 Elizabeth, dau. of John & Mary Burns. Masheponix. Aged 6 mos. 
" 28 William, son of Gresham & Elizabeth Bowne of Mt. Pleasant, aged i year & 5 mos. 

Being sick was baptised privately. 
July II Lewis Husband. Bred a Presbyterian. Rebaptized at Shrewsbury Church. 
" 1 1 Timothy, son of Josiah & Zilphia Hoisted aged 3 days. Privately. 
" 12 William, son of Joshua & Elizabeth Warne aged 7 mos. Publickly. 
^^S- 9- Joseph, son of Capt. Stillwel aged 5 mos. 
" 23 Mar}', dau. of Joseph & Sairah Rue. Publickly. 
" 23 Elizabeth, dau. of Lawrence & Sarah Dye. 
" 23 Abraham, son of lohn Egbert of Middlesex. 
" 26 Hannah, Wife of" Mr. Maddock. Publickly at the Court 
House, Freehold. 
Sept. 13 Zephaniah, son of John & Avicia Fisher. Shrewsburv ; aged 7 vears. Publickly. 
" 13 Sarah, dau. " " " " " " aged 3^ years. 

13 William, son of a mulatto bastard. 

, son of Honoria. Shrewsbury. Privately. 



May 


SI- 




SI- 


June 3. 




S' 
5- 


t( 


7- 


tt 


9- 


it 
tt 
it 


14. 
14- 



i6g 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Sept. 20 

" 27 
Oct. 4 

7 

': 7 

I 
I 
I 
I 
I 

" 18 
Nov. 21. 

'■ 27. 

" 27. 

" 27 

" 27. 

" 27 
Feb. 23 

Feb. 25 

" 25 
" 25 
" 25 
" 25 
March 6. 
12 

" 13 
" 13 

" 25 

1748 April 14. 



William, son of John (Esq.) & Catharine Bartley. Aged 8 mos. Publickly. 
Mary, dau. of Samuel & Elizabeth Thompson. Aged 2 yrs, & 2 mos. Privately. 
David, son of Walter & Alice Walsh. Aged 4 mos. " 

Samuel, son of Samuel & Mary Throgmorton " " 

John, " ' " " 

Sarah, dau. of Timothy & Elizabeth Hoisted. ^Vged 2 weeks. " " 

Lydia Leonard. I'ublickl}- al Shre\vsljiu-y Church. 

Ann Wing 

Sarah, dau. of Silus & Mary Cook. Aged S weeks. 

James, son of John & Elizabeth Cotterly 

Hannah, dau. of Richard & Phebe Mills. Publickly. 

William, son of Josiah & Hannah Holmes. Aged 12 days. Privately. 

Sarah, dau. of Thomas & Elizabeth Webley. Aged — weeks. Privately. 

John, son of Francis & Abigal Burdoigne. Aged 6 weeks. At Mr. Johnstons mill. 

Ann, dau. of Francis & Sarah Lette [?]. Aged i year & 10 mos. 

Rachel, " " " " " 14 days. 

Zerniah, son of Francis & Catharine Lette. Aged 2 months. 

Thomas, son of Smith & Jane his wife. 

Eleanor, dau. of Thomas & Elizabeth Col well. Middletown Point. 
Aged 6f years. 

Martha, dau. of " " " aged 4 yrs. & 5 mos. 

William, son " " " " " 2 yrs. & 3 weeks. 

Agnes, dau. of John & Barbary Brown aged 10 mos. & 3 weeks. 
Mary, dau. of Arthur «S: Jane Brown aged 7 weeks old. 

Margaret, dau. of Mr. & Sarah Francis. " Point." Aged i mo. Privately, 

Aged 4 mos. 



a month old." Privately. 



Mary, dau. of William & Mary Robinson. 

Hannah Speedwell, a mulatto. Publicklv. 

Sarah, dau. of John Sharrock & wife. 

Amery Price. Publickly. 

Benjamin, son of James Russel by his wife 

Samuel, son of John & Hannah Applegate of Cranbery. 

& 2 mos. Publickly. 

Andrew, son of Richard Bates & wife, Middletown Point 



Aged 7 



weeks. 
Aged 



I year. 



Elisha, aged 4 years & 7 mos., 
William, " 3 " 



sons of John & Agnes Amey. 



Marriages 1747 

1747 May 5 Mr. Joseph Throgmorton & Mrs. Mary Forman. 

" 28 Mr. Henry Moor, Schoolmaster of Cranbury & Mrs. Dudine. 

Oct. 27 Lewis Thompson & Sarah Wall 

Nov. 4. James Mitchel & Mary Husted at Shrewsbury. 

March 13. John Suden & Mary Taylor. 



Burials 1747 



^7A7 



Sep. 


7- 


ii 


24 


Oct 


. 6. 


Feb. 


17 


ii 


22 


ti - 


24 


it 


20. 


i^arc 


1 8 


ti 


23 



John Fenton 

Robert Cambell 

William Grandin of Trenton. 

Quinney, apprentice to John Tipply 

Mrs. Hankinson 

Mr. Job Throgmorton, Sr. 

Widdow Hoisted 

Mrs. Burden of Shrewsbury 

Michael, a child of Mr. Savage 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 169 

Baptisms 1/48 



1748 


April 17 




•• 29 




May 5 




" 8 




8 




8 




8 




May 14 




" 18. 




" 18 




" 20 




" 20 




" 20 




" 20 




" 21 




" 21 




" 30 




" 30 




" 30 


i--^ 


" 31 




June 5 




■■ 17 




" 17 


[748 


June 18 


t- 


" 26 




July 3- 




Aug. 14 




20 




" 28 




" 28 




" 28 




Sept. 4 




II 




" 15 




" 18 




" 18 




Oct. 4 




ii 




4 




" 14 




" 17 




" 30 




Nov. 6 




8 




" 8 




" 27 




" 27 




Dec. 26 




" 26 




" 26 


749 


Jan. 3. 



George, son of Mr. John & Rachel Cambell. " Publickly." 

Jane, dau. of Mr. Mathew Rue by his late wife. Aged 2 mos. 

James, son of Mr. John & Jane Forman of Freehold. " Privately." 

Margaret, dau. of Mr. John Weblev & wife. Publicklv. 

Mary, " •' " " " ' " " " ' 

Catharine Price " aged years." 

Catharine, dau. of the widow Chamberlain. 

\\'illiam, son of David & Phebae Robinson of Middletown Point. 

Aged 2 years & i mo. 

William Chamberlain of Barnegat 

Derrick, son of above William Chamberlain by Catharine 

his wife. Aged 2 mos. 

Ezekial Wood of Barnegat 

Susannah Wood 

James, son of Jervis & Ann Harleton aged 4^ years. 

Elizabeth, dau. of " " " 9 mos. 

Thomas Chamberlain 

\'aleria Chamberlain aged 15 years & upwards. 

Jane, dau. of Joseph & Mary Throgmorton of Colts Neck. 

Stephen West 

" The wife of said Stephen West then baptized." 

Mary, dau. of Lewis Morris of Shrewsbury. Privately. 

Jeremiah, son of Thomas & Leah Bell of Shark River : near 5 months. 

Ann, dau. of Derrick Longstreet by his wife at his house. 

Publickly. Aged 2 weeks & 3 days. 

Mary, dau. of Samuel & Catharine Griffith of Alanasquan. Aged i year. 10 months. 

Rebecca, wife of Garret Morford baptized in the River near 

their dwelling. 

Ann, dau. of Mr. James Lawrence & wife, of Allenstown. Aged 4 mos. 

Ann Mytton of Shrewsbury. Publickly. 

Mary, wife of William Norris, of jNIiddletown. Publickly. 

Nathaniel Cook of Crosswicks 

William Hill. Publickly. 

Joannah Hewlet 

William 

Aphelia, dau. of John & Margaret Willis 

Mary, dau. of Patrick Doughan & wife 

Daniel, son of Timothy & Elizabeth Hoisted 

John, son of John & Mary Hutch ins of Freehold. At church. 

Henry, a negro servant of Mr. Leonards whose name was Fortune. 

Thomas, son of Valentine & Ann Harding of Middletown Point 

aged 3 mos & 4 days. 

Catharine, dau. of Walter & Mary Van pelt. Aged 6 mos. 

Hannah, dau. of Joseph Newton & wife. 

Richard, son of Robert Wildes & wife of Bordentown. Privately. 

Joseph Newton, Jr. Publickly. 

Samuel Carman (Clinicus) 

Jane, dau. of Thomas Killpatrick & wife 

a daughter " " " " " 

Eugin, wife of Mr. Philips, Schoolmaster. 

Joyce, dau. of Mr. Philips by Eugin his wife 

Rebecca, wife of Webley West. Publickly. 

Sarah, wife of Thomas Hulet 

Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas & Sarah Hulet 

Joseph, son of Henry & Martha Perine at Cranberry. Publickly. 

Aged 5 mos. 



Macheponecks. 



170 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



" 3. Andrew, son of James & Sarah Dey. Aged 7 nios. 
" 3 Daniel, son of Francis & Catharine Hohnan. Aged 8 weeks. 
March. 3. George, son of George & EHzabeth Crossland at his honse 
aged 4 years & 8 nios. 
" 3 Elizabeth, their dau. aged i year. 7 mos. 



1748 



Oct. 9 

Dec. 18. 

Feb. 9 



Marriages 1^48 

Robert Lee, Schoolmaster, & Mary Wright, widow. 
Mr. Thomas Hankerson & Mrs. Hannah Throgmorton. 
Mr. Lewis Morris Ashfield & Mrs. Elizabeth Redford. 



By license. 



Burials 1/48 

1748 March 29. John, son of Joseph West 

April 4 Catharine, dau. of Joseph West 

April 25 Mr. Job Throgmorton of Colts Neck in Shrewsbury. 

29 Mrs. Rue wife of Mr. Mathew Rue 

July 14. Sarah, dau. of Mr. Morford 

Oct. 30. Mary, dau. of Thomas Loyd 

Nov. 26. Mr. John Forman (died the 24"') 

Dec. 7. Mr. John Surs [Seers?] of Shrewsbury. 



1749 March 31 

April 20. 

April 20. 

April 20 

" 20 

" 20 



1749 



(( 


27 


April 


27 


May 7 


tt 


9 


tl 


9 


it 


9 


ft 


22 


<f 


26 


tt 


28 


June 


13 


(( 


13 


tt 


14 


ti 


14 


tt 


25 


July 


2 


July 


23- 


Aug. 


27. 


*' 


27. 


tt 


28 



Baptisms 1/4^ 

Jemima, dau. of Job & Mary Throgmorton. " Publickly." 
aged 2 mo^ old. 

Mary & Sarah, dau^ of the widdow Boughker. Mary 2 yrs. & f ; Sarah 4 mo' old. 
Vincent, son of John & Ann Weatherill ; aged 7 mos. 
Andrew, son of John & Mary Mounson ; aged 6 wks. 
Catharine & Phebae, dau' of Joseph & Martha Dye ; Catharine 2 yr. f 

Phebe ij yr. old. 
John & Peter, sons of Peter Bowde & Francis his 
wife. Jno. i yr. & 3 mo' ; Peter i yr. old. 

Henry, son of Jas. Bradshaw. Publick. 
Elizabeth Leonard, widdow, of Shrewsbury. Private. 
Anastasia, dau. of Samuel Leonard, Esq. by Mary his wife. Publick. 
Hannah, dau. of Mr. Savage by his wife. Aged 11 wks. 
Phebe, dau. of David Robinson 

. John, son of Thomas Lolwell by Eliza his wife. Aged 5 mo". 
Abraham, a negro boy in the service of Samuel Leonard. Esq. 
William Chamberlain of Barnegat, Sr. 

Zilphia, dau. of W" Chamberlain, living with Mr. Osburn. Publick. 
a free negro living with Mr. Deuill 

James, son of Joshua W'arne, Middletown Point. Publick 
David, son of John Amey aged 4 mo'. 
Mary, dau. of Patrick Early. Aged 14 days. 
Content, dau. of George Woolly. .A.ged 13 yrs. g mos. Publick. 
Rebecca, dau. of Samuel Tilton 

William, son of John M''Cafiferty Publick. 

Joseph, son of Mr. Jonathan Anderson. Aged 3 vrs. 5 mos. " 
Ann, dau. " " " " " " 3 mos. " " 

James, son of James Patten & Rebecca his wife. Aged 7 mos. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 171 

Sept. 3. Duncan, son of William Robinson by Mary his wife. Aged 5 mos. Publick. 
3 Cornelius, son of James Lambertson by Sarah his wife aged i^ yrs. 
old ; " then and there bapt"^." 
Sept. 4 Burrough, son of William JNIorris. Aged 5 weeks. Private. 
" 8 Zebulon, the son of a mulatto, commonly called Black Robin 

by his wife. Private. 
" 20 Abraham, son of Stephen Boughker, dec*", by his wife. 
Freehold, Court House. 7 years old 
'^ "21 Sarah, wife of Thomas Lake, dau. of Joseph Newton. At her 

fathers hou.'^e 
" 22 Anthony, a negro child belonging to ]\lrs. Jane Forman 
Oct. 15 Peter and Thomas, two negroes; servants to Samuel Osburn 
of Squan, Esq. Publick. / 
" 28 Edith, a mulatto, infant dau. of Edith Finemore ; 8 mos. At Joseph Wests. 

1749 Nov. 12 William Bury. Freehold. Publick. 

" 14 Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Lulwell. Publick. 

" 14 Rachel, dau. of Mr. Richard Francis by Sarah his wife. 

" 19 Timothy Hoisted. Shrewsbury church. 

" 19 Thomas, son of Josiah Holms by Hannah his wife 

Dec. I. John, son of William Carrigan by Ann, his wife. Private. 

" 3 John, son of John & Eleanor Darbe, born Dec. 2. Middletown. 

" 3 Ellen, daughter of Dennis & Catharine Obrian. 3 mos. old. 

" 14- Lucy, daughter of Elisha Lawrence, Esq. 4 mos. old. 

" 17- Lydia, wife of John Worthly. Shrewsbury Church- Publick. 

" 21- Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Hunt, by Isabel his wife 

" 31- William, son of Joseph Rue. 7 wks. Publick. 

1750 Jan. 7- Isabella, daughter of I\Ir. Ashfield by Elizabeth his wife 
Feb. 3- Jacob, son of Audrey, a Palatine woman. Private. 

" 4- Ann, daughter of Joseph West by Audery his wife. Publick. 

9 mos. old. 
Mch. 7- William, son of Mr. Bowne by his wife. Publick. 

" 7- John, son of Nathaniel Hildyard by Mary, his wife at Cran- 

bury- 3 mos. Publick. 

" 7- Ann, daughter of James Jewel, by Mary his wife 7 mos. old. 

" 7- William, son of John & Margaret Egbert 9 mos. 

" 7- Rebecca, daughter of John & Hannah Applegate 6 mos. 

" II- Jane, daughter of Mr. Joseph Throgmorton, Jr., by Mary his wife- Public. 



Marriages i/4p 

1749- May 4- Daniel Hoisted & Sarah Nicuolson. married by license. 

Johannes N'Cine [ ?] & Ann Chambers, both of Shrewsbury, 

married by Publication. 

Peter Slokom & Catharine Webley " " by license. 

Patrick Robinson & Mary Warne, married by license. 

Daniel Grandine & Sarah Throgmorton " 

Richard Van mater & Moeck Osburn " " " at Squan. 

John Macdoniel & Mary Macginnis married 

Mr. James Newel & Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence - married 

Mr. Thomas Kearny & Mrs. Hartshorne, married 
18- James Dye, Jr., & Margaret Perrine - married 
18- Paul Millir [ ?] Margaret Perrine 
24- James Hankerson " & Dennis " 



Alay 


4- 


June 


• 3- 


It 


27- 


Sept, 


• 3- 


(( 


20- 


Nov. 


16- 


Dec. 


5- 


(( 


14- 


Jan. 


4- 



lys 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Burials 

1749- June 26- Catharine Pintard 

Aug. I- Hannah, daughter of Richard Mills 
21- John, son of Samuel Throginorton 

Sept. 24 who lived with Samuel Throgmorton 

" 25- Ann, daughter of Mr. John Forman, dec'd & Jane, his wife. 
Oct. 5- James, son of the said Mr. John & Jane Forman 
Oct. 27- Jane, an infant daughter of Mr. Joseph Throgmorton, Jr. by 

Mary, his wife. 
Nov. 14- Mr[s] Kearny widdovv 
Feb. 21- William Robinson 
Mch. 6- Mrs. Webley, wife of Thomas 



1750- 



Baptisms ij^o 

Ann, daughter of John Wertley by Lydia Publick. 

Abigal, daughter of Daniel & Sarah Hoisted 

Ann, daughter of Richard Grimes, by Mary his wife- Aliens Town 

4 mos. 

Samuel, son of Isaac Parr by Mary, his wife - 4 mos. 

John, son of Joseph Everingham & Amey, his wife. 6 mos. 

Amey, daughter of Joseph Burden, by his wife - 5 mos. old 

the wife of Capt. Leonard of Middletown 

Mary, daughter of Richard Bates or (Batee) by his wife, born 

the 6. 

Bell Fame, daughter of Josiah Hoisted & Zilpha, his wife 

John, son of James Russel by his wife Publick. 

One adult person 

James Chamberlin of Barnegat 

Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel & Ann Rose [Ross?] of Little Egg Harbour. 

2 mos. old. 

Phebe, daughter of John & Sarah Wood of Manahawkin 

Mary, daughter of Jervis & Ann Hasselton 2 mos. old. 

Rachel, daughter of Thomas & Rachel Bishop 6 wks old. 

John, son of Erick & Sarah Wood 14 days. 

Nicholas Wainwright of Eggharbour 28 yrs. 

8- Martha, daughter of Samuel & Ann Rose [Ross?] 7 yrs. 3 mos. 
8- William, son " " " " " 5 yrs. 4 mos. 

8- Amerv, daughter of John & Elizabeth Perkins of Barnegat- 21 vrs. 4 mos. 
8- Sarah', daughter " " " " " " " 19 '" 
8- William, son " " " " " " 

8- Rachel, daughter " John & Jane " 

8- Jonathan, son of John & Jane Perkins 

- James, " " " " 

- Joseph, " " " 

- Elizabeth, 

- Jemima, 

9- Mar\', wife of John Chamberlain 
" Lydia 
" Ann, daughter of John & Mary " 

10- Rachel Brewer, bp. at Squan. 
20- Abigal, daughter of Joiin French 



Ap. I. 

" I- 

'• 8- 

" 8- 

" 8- 

" 8- 

" 13 

" 15- 

" 22- 

" 22- 

" 22- 
May 6- 

" 6- 

" 7- 

" 7- 

" 7- 

" 7- 

" 7- 



10 yrs. 

9 ys- 

7 yrs. 

4 or 5 yrs. 

2 yr- 4 mos. 

9 mos. 



3 mos. 
Publick. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 173 

" 20- Abraham, son of Silas Cook 5 mos. old. 

" 20- Ann, daughter of Mr. Thomas & Mary Hutchinson 2 mos. 

" 21- Webley West, Jr. 

" 25- Jane, daughter of John & Barbary Brown 

" 27- Phebe, daughter of Mr. James & Sarah Dye Publick. 

" 27- Margaret, daughter of Jonathan & Sarah Forman 

June 3- Cornelius, son of Patrick Dowghan Publick. 

" 10- Thomas Newton — — " 

" 24- Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Harbert " 

July I- Elizabeth, daughter of Nathaniel Horn. Middletovvn. 

" ' I- Esther, daughter 

" 8- Samuel, son of Thomas & Hannah Warne 9 mos. Publick. 

" 8- John, son of John Morrison & Mary, his wife 3 wks. 

" 8- Isaac, son of Isaac Fitz-Randolph & Hannah. 2 yrs. old — Publick. 

" 8- Mary, daughter " " " " " " 3 yrs. 8 mos. 

" 8- Rhoda, Daughter of William & Rachel Brian 3 mos. 

" 15- Thomas, son of John & Martha Sherrock, - 9 days- private. '- 

" 29- Mary, wife of John Cowper Public. 

" 29- Samuel, son of John & Alary Cowper 4 mos. 

" 29- John, son " " " " 2 yrs. 5 mos old. 

Aug. 5- Aphy, daughter of Francis & Abigal Burdoigne Allenstown- 

5 wks. Public. 

" 15- Abigal West, daughter of Stephen West-Clinicus 

" 18- John, son of Robert Lee by Mary his wife lO mos. old. 

" 19- John - a negro servant of Mr. Guizebert \'anmater. Public. 

19- William " " " Mr. Tunis Dennis, commonly called forturian. " 

" 29- Mary, daughter of John Eastleek 8 days. 

1750 Sep. 30- Margaret, daughter of Mr. Alathew Rue 5 wks. Public. 

. Oct. 5- Elizabeth- a mulatto child belonging to Mr. Cox 6 wks. Private. 

'■ 24- John, son of Mr. John Throgmorton by Sarah his wife i yr. " 

" 28- Mathew, son of William Rue by his wife 

" 28- Hezekias, son of Joshua Warne by Elizabeth Warne, 8 mos., at the Point. 

" 28- Christian, daughter of Patrick & JMary Robinson, 8 mos., at the Point. 

Nov. 13.- Lucy Keiham, Cranbury. Publick. 

" 13- Sarah, daughter of Darby Scandler, Cranbury " 

" 13 Martha, daughter of Henry Perrine by Martha 6 wks. 

" 13 Sarah, daughter of James Dey by Sarah 4 mos. 

" 13- James (Hume?) son of Mr. Blains in Cranbury 5 yrs. 6 mos. 

" 23- Catharine, daughter of Mr. James Osburn, Manasquan. Public ; 
upward 3 mos. 

" 23- Catharine, daughter of Peter Journey 11 yr. 7 mo. by Audery his wife. 

" 23- James, son " " " 8 yr. i mo. " " " " 

" 23 Elizabeth, daughter " " " 6 yr. & upward of 9 mo." " " 

" 23- Audry, daughter " " " 4 yr. 8 mo. 

" 23- Joseph, son " " " upward 9 mo. 

" 23- Mary, servant of Mr. Osburnes 

" 24- Joshua Gifford at his own house 

" 24- Hannah, wife of Joshua Gifford 

" 24- William, son of " " 7 yr. 5 mo. 

" 24- Ann, daughter of " " 8 yr. 10 mos. 

" 24- Joseph, son " " " i yr. 7 mos. 

Dec. 2- Alary, daughter of John & Hannah Russel 5 wks. 

" 5- Henryetta, a negro servant of Mr. Ashfield. Private. 

1751 Jan. 15- Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas [sic] & Elizabeth his late wife- 
I yr. 5 mos. Private. 

" 22- John, son of George & Hannah Harrison 2 yrs. & about 3 wks. 

" 26- John, bastard son of Robert Hood & Ellen White. Private. 



174 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Feb. 4- John, son of Joseph Willson by Margaret his wife - 5 yrs. i mo. 

4 Susannah, daughter of " " "' " same age " 

4- Sarah, daughter " " " " " " Aged i yr. 3 mo. 2 wks. 

9- Lydia, bastard daughter of EHzabcth Pahiier i mo. old. 

24- John, son of Laurance Dey 1 mo. 
Mch. 6- John, son of \\'illiam & Rebecca Rogers. 7 yr. - 6 mos. Private. 
8- Wilham, son of Daniel & Sarah Grandine. Freehold, 7 days old. 
Private. 
" 17- Redford, son of Mr. Lewis Morris Ashfield by Elizabeth his wife 
19- Obadiah, son of Obadiah Hunt, dec'd & his widow 5 yrs. old. 
Privately baptised 
" 20- Joseph, son of James Jewel by Martha, his wife. Cranbury. 

3 mos. 2 wks. Publick. 
" 24- Mary, daughter of John Bodine by Dorety [Dorcas?] his wife, 5 wks. 
April 7- John, son of John Campbill & Rachel 9 wks. old- Private. 

14- Sarah, daughter of James & Ann West, upward of 10 mo. old. 
" 14- Mary, daughter of Hendrick & Ann Cowper, 2 mos. old. 
14- Thomas, son of Thomas & Elizabeth Cox 14 wks. old. 



Marriages 1/50 

1750 May 26- William Brawley [Bramley?] & Susannah Tippcy married 

June 21- James Mooney & Sarah Carrat married 

" 25- Reuben Foster & Mary Throgmorton married 

July 9- Michael Masters & Elizabeth Horn, married 

Aug. I- Richard Clark & Ellenor Smith married 

" 12- Mr. John Wanton of Rhode Island & Mrs. Lydia Eatton 
were married 

Sept. 9- John Mc Nicholls & ]\Iartha 2vIcCalia married 

" 24- Henry Cowper & Hannah Bennet married 

Nov. 4- Thomas Padding & Sarah Cotterell _ v n^arried 

" 29- Mr. Jeremy Stillwell & Mary Woodrotte "'^' ^ were married 

Dec. 2- Patrick Gilling & Catharine — married 

30- John Fennel (?) & jMary Nicholson married 

Nov. 14- David Miller & Mary Roberts 

Feb. 21- Joseph Newton & Helena Anderson 



Burials ij^o 



1750 Mch. 28- Capt. Holms 

Apr. 14- Capt. Morford 

" 24 Ann, wife of James Hankerson 

June 15- Mr. John Handley 

Aug. 21- Mr. Hugh Taylor 

Sept. 2- Mr. Maddog( ?) 

Oct. 3- Lewis Thomson 

" 20 Mrs. Dennis, wife of Jacob Dennis 

" 26 John, an infant of 'Mr. John Throgmorton 

" 27- the wife of Stephen West 

Nov. 3- Mrs. Campbell 

" 15- Sarah, daughter of 'Sir. John Throgmorton 

Feb. 17- Lyda, the bastard daughter of Elizabeth Palmer 

Mch. 18- Joseph Cowper 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 175 

Baptisms i^^i 

1751 Ap. 21- James, son of James Bradshaw 2 mo. 

May 2- Deborah, daughter of George Wilkie by Mary 11 yrs. 3 mos. Private. 
" 2- Sarah, " " " " " " 5 yrs. 6 mos. 

" 2- George, son " " " " " 7 mos. 8 days. Freehold. 

" 5- Mary, daughter of David & Mary Robinson i yr. i mo. Pubhc. 

" ID- Ehzabeth, wife of Benjamin Randal, of Manahawkin. 
" 10- Abram Brown 
" 10- Martha, wife of Abram Brown 
" 10- Richard, son of " " 4 yrs. old. 

" 10- Samuel, " " " " i yr. 2 mos. 

" 12- Phebe, daughter of Abraham Southern & Susannah. Barnegat. Public. 
" 19- Lucy, daughter of Samuel Leonard, Esq., by Mary. Public. 

June 9- Edward, bastard child of Rose Barley, Shrewsbury " 

" 30- Abraham Eminonds of Middlesex Co. " 

July 14- Joseph, son of Joseph Rue 23 days old. " 

June 14- Isaac, son of Abraham & Magaret Emmons. 1 1 mos. 
" 14- Mary, daughter of Job & ]\Iary Throgmorton 
" 21- Jacob, son of Leonard Plentz & Alargaret. Middletown. 

" 21- Bethsheba, daughter of Benaiah & Sarah Beddel 
" 23- William, bastard son of Robert Hood & Ellen White 3 yrs. 6 mos. 

" 24- Sarah, daughter of Robin [West] a " molatto " & his wife Private. 

" 28- Dinah, daughter of James Dye, Jr., & Margaret 

Aug. 4- Mary Leonard Public. 

" 10- Mary, daughter of IMr. Samuel Hunt, by Isabel, his wife 

" II- William, son of Mathias Johnson 

" 17- Joseph, son of Thomas Bullman & Ann i2i yrs. 

Thomas, " " " " " 8i yrs. 

Rose, daughter, " " " 7 yrs. 

Sarah, " " " " 5i yrs. 

Susannah, " " " " 2 vr. 11 mos. 

Ann, " " " " I yr. 

Alexander, son of Richard Clark 5 wks-4 days. 

175 1 Aug. 25- Henry, son of Xath : Perrine, dec'd 

Rachael, daughter of Robin, a mulatto, & Elizabeth, his wife 

Private 

Bethsheba " " " 

Elizabeth, wife of Othniel Rogers 

Aphelia Price 

Phebe 

James, son of Othniel & Elizabeth Rogers 

John, " " 

Hagar, a colored servant of Capt. Osburne. 

Peter, a negro child, belonging to 

Elizabeth, a negro woman, belonging to Mrs. Morford ; 

baptised in Shrewsbury river. 

James, son of Joseph Wilson, 6 wk's. old Public. 

Mary, daughter of Thomas Colwell 3 mos. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac Parr Allenstown. 

Mary, daughter of Daniel & Sarah Grandin Freehold. 

John, son of — Perrine, deceased. Freehold. 

10- James, son of ^Ir. John Throgmorton & Sarah, his wife 

2 mos. old Freehold. 
24- Catharine, daughter of Widow Macknichols at Shrews- 
bury — Public. 
24- John, son of John & Jane Fennil, at Shrewsbury — Public. 



Aug. 


25- 


Aug. 


25- 
27- 


Sep. 


27- 




I- 


n 


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I- 


tt 


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4- 


tt 


13- 

2Z- 


Nov 


27- 

. 8- 


it 


10- 



176 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Marriages i/^i 

175 1 June 6- John Mitton & Elizabeth Havens — married 
Mr. James Kearny & Mrs. Margaret Reid 
William Rine & Pricilla Trepnells 
Robin, a mulatto, & Elizabeth Holland, married 
William Byrn & Martha Osburne 
James Tarret [Zarret] & Mary French 
Charles Sutton & Mary Tillier 

Longfield Cox & Anne Sears, married by Governor's license. 
Henry Guest & Anna Maddock, married at Freehold, 
by Governor's license. 
25- Daniel Abel & Susanna Clark, married at Freehold 
church, by " banns." 



June 


6- 


Aug. 


8- 


*' 


25- 


Sep. 


6- 


** 


1 1- 


•' 


17- 


Oct. 


10- 


Dec. 


8- 


ti 


15- 



Burials ly^i 
July II- David Robinson 



Baptisms iy^2 

1752 Jan. 20- Elizabeth, daughter of Walter Welch & Mary. 7 yrs. 
Freehold. Private. 

Christopher, son of Daniel & Sarah Halstead, Shrewsbury, 
Shrewsbury church. 

John, son of John & Margaret Stit, Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury 
church. 

Clement, daughter of Josiah & Hannah Holms, Middletown. 
Shrewsbury church. 

John Grinsled aged 19-9-0, Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury church. 
Oliver, a negro child belonging to Samuel Leonard, Esq. — Private. 
Meergaret Eaton, an adult, Shrewsbur}'. Private. 

John, son of John & Margeret Eggbert-Cranbury, Public. 
Aaron Cravat, 7 yrs. old " " 

Joseph, son of Joseph & Mary West, 8 mos. Shrewsbury " 
John, son of Joseph Eaton, Shrewsbury. Public. 

John, " " John Mackarferty 

John, " " Mr. Richard Frances & Sarah, Middletown Point, 
Freehold. 

" 24- William, sons & daughters of Samuel Hopmire & Mary, Middletown, Shrewsbury 
Elizabeth, church. 

Armenia, 
Lydia, 
Deborah, 
Peter, 

" 24- Hannah, daughter of Silas & Sarah Cook, Shrewsbury, Shrews- 
bury church. 

June 14- John, son of Joseph & Mary Throgmorton, " Freehold. 

" 14- Matthias, son of Matthew Rue Freehold church. 

" 18- Jane, daughter of Arthur & Jane P>rown i yr. 8 mos. Public. 

" 18- Mary, daughter of Patrick & Mary Robinson ' " 

" 18- Mary, daughter of Francis & Ann Harding " 



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THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 177 

" 18- Thomas, son of Robert & Hannah Savage 

" 18- Elizabeth, daughter of John & Jane Grigs Public. 

" 18- Gersham, son of Thomas & Ann Ballman 15 yrs. old. 

" 18- Merrin, a negro servant of Mr. Duncan Robinsons Public. 



Burials ij^z 



Mch. 22- Mr. William Cox, in Shrevifsbury churchyard. 
July 5- Miss Ann Billop 
Aug. 18- Mr. Jacob Berrian 



Marriages 



June 7- Joseph Ton (?) & Abigail Worden, at Middletown 

church, by " banns." 
Sep. 7- Thomas Quin & Catharine Kasey, at Freehold church, 

by " banns." 
Oct. 23- James Robinson & Mary White, at Shrewsbury. 

by " banns." 

(Nov. 175 1, and onward the entries are in the handwriting of Samuel Cooke, missionary. The 
writing is fine and the paper corroded by the ink. — J. E. S.) 



Baptisms 775.? 



1752 June 21- John, son of James & Ann West, 4 mos. Shrewsbury. 

Public. 

'' 26- Ann, daughter of Thomas & Jane Preston, Cranbury. Freehold. 

Aug. 16- Mary, daughter of Mr. Lewis Morris Ashfield by Elizabeth. 

Shrewsbury. Public. 

" 16- Henry, son of Othniel & Elizabeth Rogers, Shrewsbury. Public. 

" 16- George, son of George & Barbary Cooper 

" 18- Margaret,daughter of JosiahHalstead by Zilpha " Private. 

" 23- Joseph, son of Thomas & Hannah Hankinson Freehold. Public. 

" 23- Elizabeth, a negro woman belonging to the Widow Forman 

" 23- Sharper 

" 23- Francis 

" 23- Catharine Negro children 



It if It 



" 23- Gabriel 
" 23- Joseph 

" 23- Diego — a negro belonging to Mr. Joseph Throckmorton, Jr. 

Shrewsbury. Public. 
Sept. 14- Joseph, son of Edward & Margaret Bunnel — Goodluck. 
" 14- Joseph, son of Moses & Alice " 

" 15- Joseph, a negro boy belonging to Capt. Osburn, Manasquan. 

Public. 

Allen & 
" 19- Adonijah, son & daughter of John & Mary Francis, Cranbury. Public, 
adults. 



178 



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" 19- Elizabeth, daughter of John & Catherine Barclay " 

" 19- Jane, daughter of James & Mary Ferril " 

" 24- Ann, daughter of Rlr. Thomas Lynes, Brunswick — Brunswick. 

Oct. 22- Timothy, son of James Russel Shrewsbury, Public. 

" 29- Charles Sutton, an adult Cranbury, Freehold. 

" 29- Kezia-daughter of Charles Sutton " " 

" 29- James, son of Henry Perreine " " 

" 29- Rachel, daughter of W° Rue Freehold. 

Nov. 5- Lenah, daughter of John & Mary Cooper Middletown. Public. 

" 8- Catharine, daughter of James & Margaret Kearny " " 

8- John, son of Richard Bates 

" 19- James, son of John & Hannah Russel Shrewsbury. Public. 

" 19- Eleanor, daughter of Robert jMackdowel " " 

" 26- Mary, daughter of John & Mary Morrison, Freehold. " 

" 26- Phebe, daughter of Joseph Combs " " 

Dec. 3- Anna, daughter of Joseph Gifford, Brunswick — Brunswick. 

17- William, son of Longfield & Ann Cox, Shrewsbury — Public. 

" 25- Sarah, daughter of John Thorn Middletown. " 



Burials 1753 



175.1 Jan. 12- 

" 17- 
Aug. II- 



Esther, wife of John Young. Middletown. 
Mr. John Thorn, IMiddletown, Middletown church. 
Mary, daughter of Mr. Richard Frances, Toponamus 
churchyard, Middletown. 
Sept. 10 Mary Leonard in Shrewsbury churchyard. 



Baptisms 175^ 



1753 Feb. 4- 

" II- 

" II- 

" 25- 

Mch. 4- 



II- 



May 6- 



James, son of John Simpson, Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Bowman, Brunswick, Brunswick. 
Primus, a free negro " 

Ale.xander, son of John Eastleek Freehold. Private. 
Margaret, daughter of Josiah & Zilpha Holstead, Shrewsbury. 
Public. Baptised privately Aug. 18 & received into the 
church Mch. 4. 
Jonathan, son of Jonathan & Sarah Forman, Crosswicks, Private. 

William, sons & daughters of John Gordon, Brunswick — Private. 

Sarah, 

Ann, 

Thomas, 



6- Ann, daughter of Gilbert Ash 5 yrs. Brunswick — Private. 

6- Judith, daughter of Benjamin Dasigny " " 

14- Samuel, son of John Barclay Cranbury. " 

14- Garret, son of Henry Moore " 

14- Mary, daughter of Widow Jewel " " 

14- Hannah, daughter of John Applegate " 

13- Received then into the church Jonathan, son of Jonathan 

& Sarah Forman. Crosswicks, Freehold. 
22- Mary, daughter of Tunis & Margaret Smith, Middletown Point, 
at the Point. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. i 

" 27- Jane, 

" Sarah, children of Widow Nixon, Cranbury. Public. 

" James, 

" 27- Anna, daughter of John & Mary Cowen 

June 10- Duncan, son of John & Rachel Campbell, Freehold. 

" 17- Elizabeth IMitton, an adult Shrewsbury. 

" 17- Susanna, daughter of John & Sarah Palmer 

July I- John, son of the Widow Thorn Aliddletown. 

22- Laurence, son of Dr. Mercer, by Lucy his wife, Brunswick, Brunswick. 
Aug. 2- John & Mary, children of Thomas & Mary Buckulow, Aliddletown Point. 
Aug. 2- Benjamin, son of Thomas & Hannah Warne " " 

2- Henry, son of Robert Ranson, Middletown Point. 

" 2- Mary, daughter of Thomas & Catharine Quinn 

II- ]\Iirtilla, daughter of John Throckmorton, Shrewsbury — Private. 

" 12- Amelia, daughter of John Shepherd " Public. 

" 19- Rebecca, daughter of James & Rebecca Patten, Freehold. " 

" 19- Jane, daughter of John Forman " " 

" 19- Margaret, daughter of James & Margaret Dey, Cranbury. " 

" 19- Stephen, son of Stephen Herlon Freehold. ' " 

" 19- Ann, daughter of Abraham Emmonds ' " " 

Sep. 9- Joseph Mitton, an adult Shrewsbury. Public. 

9- Isabella, daughter of Sanuiel & Isabella Hunt " " 

9- Susanna, daughter of Samuel & Mary Hopmire, Middletown. " 

" 9- Margaret, daughter of " " " " " 

" 17- Robert Morris, son of Henry & Bellfame Leonard, Shrewsbury — Private. 

23- Susanna & Catharine, daughters of Elias Burger, Brunswick. " 

Oct. 16- John, 

James, children of John Maccurtain, Cranbury. Public. 

Ann, 



79 



Marriages 1753 



1753 J^n- 31- Barnaby Higgins & Elizabeth Cotterel, married by "Banns." 
May 7- Thomas Ni.xon & Mary Robison, married at Brunswick 

by Governor's license. 
July 30- John Quan & Mary Nicholson, privately by " banns." 
Oct. 7- Christian Stotster & Christeen Neoffin, married by " banns." 
" 31- Thomas Tyte & Grace Stanley, at Middletown Point by 
Governor's license. 
Dec. 25- Richard Maize & Mary Glean, Shrewsbury, by " banns." 



Baptisms ly^^ 



1753 Oct. 16- William, son of John Egbert Cranbury — Public. 

21- Daniel, son of Patrick Dougan Middletown. " 

Nov. 4- Sarah, daughter of Caleb «& Phebe Brown, Shrewsbury. Private. 
Dec. 2- Thomas, son of George Hortwick Brunswick. Brunswick. 

Jan. 7- Euphemia, daughter of L. M. A'^hfield, Esq. by Elizabeth, 
Shrewsbury. Private. 

" 27- Susanna, daughter of Samuel Leonard, Esq., by Mary. 
Shrewsbury. Public. 



i8o HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Kemble, Esq. New Brunswick. Private. 
Henry, son of Henry & Ann Cooper Shrewsbury — Pubhc. 

lo- James, son of Richard Frances Middletown Point, " 

lo- Joseph, son of Joshua & Ehzabeth Warne " " 

Robert, son of Francis Harding " " 

Ann, daughter of Job Throckmorton, Freehold. " 

Ann, daughter of William Harrison, New Brunswick. " 

Mary, daughter of John Reed " " 

Mary, daughter of James " " " 

Stephen & Matthew, sons of Joseph & Audrey West 
Shrewsbury — Public, 6 mos. old. 

Josiah, son of Josiah & Hannah Holmes, Middletown. Public. 
Ann, daughter of Joseph & Margaret Wilson. ]\Iiddletown. Public. 
Syntche, Ann & John, children of John Rue, Cranbury. Public. 
Ann French, adult " 

" 22- Mary, daughter of James Ferrel " 

" 22- Anna, daughter of Thomas & Alice Blain " 

" 22- Mary, daughter of Thomas Preston " 

" 22- iMargaret, daughter of Charles Sutton 

" 26- Richard, son of Richard. Clarke Freehold. Public. 

" 26- Rebecca, daughter of John Throgmorton " " 

June 2- Mareviasteot, daughter of Henrichus & Anna Maria Clemens, 
Shrewsbury, Public. 

" 26- Isabella, daughter of Arthur Brown, Middletown. Public. 
Aug. 4- James, son of Joseph Throckmorton, Jr. by ]\Iary, Shrews- 
bury. Freehold. 

" 4- Joseph, son of Joseph Rue, Jr. & Ann, Freehold. Public. 

■' 18- Thomas, son of John Morris " " 

Sep. 15- John, son of Matthew Rue Freehold. " 

" 22- Henry, son of Shrewsbury. " 

" 22- James, son of Thomas Bell " " 



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Marriages 1754 



1754 Jan. 27- Thomas Smith & Frances Carpenter by " banns." 

Mch. 17- Daniel uMcMuUin & Mary Corduggan 

" 24- Bryant Dorn & Catharine Carle " 

" 25- Richard Allen & Mary Cox by Governor's license. 

May 23 (28) John Besherer & Mary Robertson 
June 2- William Newman & Elizabeth Archer. by " banns." 

" 17- John Stevenson & Elizabeth Throckmorton, by Governor's license. 
Sept. 22- Hans Kelly & Hannah Aventon by " banns." 

Oct. 20- Philip Cooper & Margaret Bebut 



Burials 1754 



1754 Jan. 9- Mrs. Halstead in Shrewsbury churchyard. 
Nov. II- Mrs. Dove in Topanemus churchyard. 



Baptisms 1^54 



Nov. 17- John, son of Shrewsbury. 

Dec. 15- Lydia, daughter of Othniel Rogers Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury. 
" 1 5" John, son 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 

1755 

Hannah, daughter of John & Elizabeth Stevenson, Shrewsbury. Private. 
Mar}-, daughter of James Bradshaw Freehold. Public. 

Clemens, daughter of Thomas Shepherd Middletown. 

Lydia, daughter of Robert Simpson, Shrewsbury. 

James, son of Richard Bates Middletown Point. " 

Margaret, daughter of John Grigs " " 

Jedan (Jedaw), daughter of Thomas Cohvell " " 

William, son of David & Margaret Stetcher, Shrewsbury. " 

Patrick, son of Patrick Donghan Middletown. " 

Catharine, daughter of John & Mary Becherer, Middletown Point. " 
Deborah, daughter of Patrick & Mary Robinson " " 

Ashfield, son of Samuel & Isabella Hunt, Middletown. Private. 
Stephen, son of Thomas Randall " " 

Margaret, daughter of Samuel Rue Freehold. Public. 

Sarah, daughter of Joseph Rue " " 

Mar}', daughter of Philip Grandin " " 

Catharine, daughter of John Forman " " 

17- James, 

Maria Theresa, Children of Mr. Thomas Kearny, Middletown Point. 

Ananias, son of Joshua & Hannah Giflford, Shark river. Public. 
Jasper, son of Philip Cooper Shrewsbury. " 

William, son of Henrich Cooper " " 

Mary, daughter of Jonathan & Sarah Forman, Croswick. " 
Thomas, son of Dr. Joseph Eaton Shrewsbury " 

Lydia & Elizabeth, daughters of Lewis Morris Ashfield, Esq. 
by Elizabeth, Shrewsbury. Private. 
Henry, son of Mr. Henry Leonard, Shrewsbury. Private. 
Catharine, daughter of Mr. Du Hart, Shrewsbury. Public. 
Lydia, daughter of John Russel " " 



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14- 
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17- 


June 


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25- 


July 
Aug. 


29- 

3 
3- 


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17- 
17- 
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Oct. 


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Marriages 7755 



Feb. 24- Jacob Dennis, Jr. & Margaret Price by Governor's license. 

Ap. 20- \"arles & Catharine Chapman by " banns." 

" 21- William Hillyer & Dinah Dey by Governor's license. 

June I- Josiah Holstead & Anna Throckmorton " " " 

Nov. 4- Samuel Throckmorton, Jr., & Miss Catharine Frances " " 

Dec. 3- John West & Lydia Wainwright by Governor's license. 



Burials 1755 



Jan. 


12- 


Feb. 


23- 


Ap. 


9- 


June 


4- 


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Mrs. Maddox in Freehold. 
Hannah, daughter of J. & E. Stevenson. 
Mrs. Nicholls in Topanemus churchyard. 
Miss Man,' Cooke in Shrewsbury churchyard. 
Mr. Matthew Rue, at Macheponeck. 



l82 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Baptisms 1/^6 

Feb. I- Eleanor, daughter of John & Rachel Campbell, Freehold. Private. 
" 22- Samuel, son of Jacob Dennis, Jr. Shrewsbury. Public. 

" 22- Fred, son 

Mch. 21- Svlvie, daughters of Timothy Halstead " " 

'& 
Ann 



Ap. 3" Samuel, son of Samuel Leonard, Esq., & Mary " Private. 

" II- Robert, son of John & Elizabeth Stevenson, Middletown. Freehold. 

" 12- Angelina, daughter of James Dey, Jr. Cranbury. 

" 12- James, son of James Ferril " 

29- Eleanor, daughter of David Blizzard Brunswick. 

May 6 Rachel, an adult negro servant belonging to 

Miss Isabella Kearny Shrewsbury. 



6- Mary, 

6- Margaret, 

" Robert Johnson, 

" Bella, 



Children of the above Rachel 



Public. 



16 Lewis, son of Joseph & Audrey West 5 mos. 8 days. 
16- Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher & Christeen Staateser 



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18- 




Aug. 


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8- 




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15- 
15- 



9- Joseph, son of Robert Wiles 

9- Catharine, daughter of John Hoar 

9- George, son of James Lawrence 

9- Mary, daughter of James Newel 

23- Then received into the church 



Samuel, son of Samuel Leonard by Mary 



Allentown 



Samuel, son of Josiah & Hannah Holmes, Shrewsbury. 
Uriah, son of Silas & Mary Cook Shrewsbury. 
Patience, daughter of Stephen Hevlon Freehold. 
Stephen, son of John Eastleek 
Catharine Allen, an adult Shrewsbury. 

John, son of Hans & Mary Ritcheker " 

— John & Rachel Campbell Freehold. 

Susanna, daughter of Job Throckmorton Freehold. 
Zilpha, daughter of Josiah & Anna Halstead, Shrewsbury. 
Mary, daughter of Hans & INIary Ritcheker " 

John, son of Abraham & Margaret Emmons, Freehold. 
Daniel, son of James & ^Margaret Wilson " 



Public. 
Public. 



1758 



Marriages i^^6 

Feb. 8- Christopher Hyssong & Abalon Gralin, 

" 15- John Reyla & Haimah Randal 

June 20- Buckolow & Elizabeth Applegate 

July 25- Henry Coley & Christian Howsley 

Sept. 5- Dennis Gallowah & Euphcmia Yunker 

Nov. 7- John Rouse & Elizabeth Spuryher 

Oct. 23- Sampson Cracker & Catharine Allen 



married bv " banns." 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 183 

Burials 1/56 

1756 June 6- Miss Sarah Throckmorton at Shrewsbury. 
Aug. 10- Samuel Pintard in Shrewsbury churchyard. 



Baptisms 1756 

1756 Aug. 15- Rebecca, daughter of James & Ann Abraham, Freehold. 

" 22- Eleanor, daughter of Patrick Drugan by Alargaret, Middletown. 
Sept. 5" Laurence, son of William & Alary Cahall 

" 5- Catharine, daughter of Henry & Christian Caley, Shrewsbury. 

" 5- John, Children of John Caley " 

Rebecca, 



12- Matthias, 

Anthony, Children of John Gang 

Henry, 

Sarah, 



Freehold. 



" 19- Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph & Margaret Wilson, Middletown. 

Oct — Mary, daughter Brook Freehold. 

" 3- James, son of Thomas Bell Shrewsbury. 

" 24- George son of 

" 25- Mary, Ann & Jeremiah, children of John & Anna Alartha 
Shaddock, Shrewsbury. Public. 

" 25- Lewis, son of Othniel & Elizabeth Rogers, Shrewsbury. Public. 
" 25- Lydia, daughter of John Smith '' " 



31- John, 

Stephen, Children of William Heyden 

Enoch, 

Noah, 



Public. 



Morris Co. 



" 31- Rhoda, 

Nicodemus, Children of Christopher Heyden " 

Christopher, 

Nov. 7- Alice, daughter of John Eastleek Freehold. 

" 28- Jacob, son of Thomas & Sarah Shepherd, Middletown. 
" 28- John, son of Shrewsbury. 



Public. 



Public. 



Public. 



Marriages ij^y 



1757 J^"- 23- William Smith & Margaret Webly by " banns." 

Mch. 21- Thomas Shadden & Rachel Cromwell " 

Nov. 10- Henry Ferine & Abigail Rue, married by license. 

Nov. 13- Joseph Brown & Sarah Coleman by "banns." 



I7S7- ^° burials 



i84 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Marriages 1758 

1758 Feb. 26- Henry Sykles & Elizabeth Rogers, married by " banns." 

Mr. Richard Stevens & Miss Susannah Kearny, Governor's license. 
John Chapman & Mary Banks by " banns." 

George Thrumb & Hannah Caley, married by " banns." 
John Bowyer & Christian Shoemaker 
William Hoff & Susannah Farrow 
Thomas Herbert & Isabella Wright 



Feb. 


26- 


Ap. 


2- 


July 


23- 
I- 


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9- 


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6- 



Burials ly^S 



1758 Feb. 18- Jeremiah Stillvvell at Middletown. 

May 22- Jonathan Forman. at Freehold. 

July 23- Samuel Throckmorton, at Shrewsbury. 

Aug. 7- Hannah Cowenhoven, at Freehold. 



Baptisms 



1757 — John, son of John & Hannah Russel, Shrewsbury. Public. 

20- Matthias Vanderipe, an adult Freehold. 

25- Mary, wife of " " " 

25- Martha, daughter of " 
25- Jane Vanderipe, an adult 

25- Mary, wife of Robert Campbell, an adult. Freehold. 
25- Dorothy, daughter of Richard Livings 
25- Jane, daughter of Robert & Mary Campbell Freehold. 

May 8- Euphema, daughter of Mr. Richard Frances, Middletown Point. 

8- Joseph Forman, son of Joseph & Mary Throckmorton, Shrewsbury. 
" 8- James, son of Vincent Bodine Cranbury, Public. 

" 8- Mrs. Mary Leonard, wife of Thomas Freehold. 

Miss Sarah Hubbs, an adult 

Jacob, son 

Job, son of Joshua Warne 

Jane, daughter of Patrick Robertson 

Agnus, daughter of Richard Bates 

John, son of Abraham Buckolow 

Isabella, daughter of John Buckolow 

John, son of John & Hannah Reila, Cranbury. 

Ann, daughter of John Compton 

Henry, son of Joseph Rue, Jr. 

Mary, daughter of Paul Millar 

Anthony, son of Dr. Mercer by Lucy 

Moses, son of Richard Clark 

Catharine, daughter of Joseph Rue 

Mary, daughter of William Rue 

Samuel, son of Thomas French New Brunswick. 

Samuel, son of James & Ann Abraham Freehold. 

Ann, daughter of John & Mary Combs 

28- John, Children of John & Mary Combs Freehold. Public. 

Ann, 

28- Mary, daughter of Enoch & Elizabeth Thomas " " 



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Shrewsbury. 
Middletown. 


Public. 
Public. 


Cranbury. 


Public. 


ranbury. 


Public. 

ti 


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CI 

— Private, 


Freehold. 


Public. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 185 

Sept. 4- Catharine, daughter of Christopher & Abolon Hyssong 
Shrewsbury. 
Oct. 16- Hosea, son of WilHam & Lydia Heyden, Morristown. 

" 20- An adult negro belonging to Airs. Martin Private. 

Nov. 6- Sarah, daughter of John Throckmorton PubHc. 

20- Gabriel, 

Uriel, sons of Michael Masterson, Middletown — Private. 

Salathiel, 

" 27- Catharine, daughter of L. M. Ashfield, Esq., & Elizabeth, 
Shrewsbury. Public. 
Dec. 6- Lydia, daughter of Samuel & Isabella Hunt, Middletown. 
Private. 

Sarah, daughter of Josiah Halstead, Shrewsbury. Public. 
1758 Jan. I- Jane Di.xon, an adult Freehold. " 

Richard, son of William & Sarah Crips, Middlesex. 
Rachel, daughter of Timothy Akin " 

Jacob, son of Feli.x Motsoon " 

Mary Akin, an adult Amboy. Private. 

John & Mary, children of Daniel Obrian " 

Josiah, son of James Russel Shrewsbury. Public. 

Mary, daughter of Samuel & Graham Cooke, Middletown. 
Elizabeth, daughter of John & Rachel Campbell Freehold. " 

Lewis, son of James Dey, Jr. " " 

Mary, daughter of Silas Cook Shrewsbury. " 

William, son of Patrick Drugan Middletown. " 

Helena, daughter of Keneth Hankinson, Freehold. " 

Jane, daughter of Philip & Eleanor Grandin " 

Edward, son of John & Mary Morris Freehold. " 

Catharine, daughter of Peter & Jane Barclay " " 

Lewis, son of Henry & Abigail Perreine Freehold. " 

John Harrison, son of Josiah & Hannah Holmes " " 

Thomas, son of Samuel & Hannah Warne Middletown Point. " 

Samuel, son of Samuel & Margaret Morrel, Middletown Point. 
Public. 

Hannah, daughter of James & Margaret Crawford " Public. 

Ann,daughter of John & Hannah Legget " " 

" 24- Ann, daughter of James Bradshaw Freehold 

" 24- Hannah, 

Ann & Elizabeth, children of Joseph Newton " Public. 

" 25- Elizabeth Frances, adults, Cranbury " 

Margaret 
Valeria 

Oct. 8- John Fisher, son of Samuel & Catharine Throckmorton. 

Freehold. Public. 
Dec. 3- Henry, son of James & Margaret Wilson, Freehold. Public. 
" 25- Hannah, daughter of Job Throckmorton " " 





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July 


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Sept. 


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Burials T^^p 



Jan. 18- Stephen West, at Shrewsbury. 

Mch. 23- Franses, (in Freehold churchyard?). 

May 13- James Wilson, at Amboy. 

June 24- William Dear, at Amboy. 



i86 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Marriages i^SQ 

Ap. 15- John Frederick Sorriber & Ann Debole by " banns.* 

May 10- Joseph Cosgrove & Mary North 

Aug. 14- John Abraham & Abigail Perreine, by Governor's Hcense. 

" 27- Christian Felmore & Margaret Speirman " banns." 

Sept. 27- Andrew Stephens & Deborah West, by Governor's license. 



1759 Jan. 21- 



Baptisnis 

Samuel, son of John Powel Shrewsbury. 

Margaret, daughter of John & Margaret Reid 
John, son 



Public. 

Shrewsbury. 



Public. 



" 28- Samuel, son of Joseph & Mary Throckmorton 
Mch. 19 



Apr. 17- 
" 22- 

May 6- 
" 13- 

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June 3- 

" 10- 
" 24- 

July 8- 
" 8- 
" 8- 
" 15- 
" 15- 
" 15- 
" 17- 
Aug. 5- 
" 26- 
" 26- 
" 26- 

Sept. 27- 



27- 



Nov. 



27- 

30- 
30- 
30- 
30- 
30- 
5- 



Isaac, sons of Samuel & Isabella Hunt, Middletown. Private. 
Willet, 



Margaret, daughter of 



Shrewsbury. Public. 
Freehold " 



Holmes, son of John Throckmorton 
Denise, son of John Forman " " 

Gertrude, daughter of Cortland Skinner, P. Amboy. 
John, son of Samuel Serjeant " " 

Richard, son of Richard Van Hoist " " 

John, son of James Abraham, Jr. Freehold. Public. 

Philip, son of Shrewsbury. 

John, son of Robert Isleton P. Amboy. " 

Susanna, daughter of Robert King " " 

William, son of John Russel Shrewsbury. " 

Sarah, daughter of Christopher Hyssong " " 

Catharine, daughter of John Rous " " 

Mary, daughter of Matthias & Mary Vanderipe, Freehold. Public. 
Lydia, daughter of Enoch & Elizabeth Thomas " " 

Margaret, daughter of Scoby (dec'd) " " 

Mary, a negro boy belonging to S : Leonard, Esq., Shrewsbury. Private, 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Mc Cafferty " Public. 

Susanna, daughter of Mr. Henry Leonard. " Private. 

Sarah, daughter of Elizabeth Lane " " 

Henry, son of John Rue Freehold. Public. 

Cornelias Pege, an adult " 

Elizabeth, his wife, 
David, his son 

James, sons of Peter Petshine " 

Peter, 



Matthias, son of Robert Campbel 
Thomas, son of Othniel Rogers 
Jacob 

Mary 



Shrewsburv. Public. 



Mirtilla, daughter of Josiah & AnnHalstead" " 

Joseph, son of Daniel Woolley " " 

Martha, daughter of John Henry 6 yrs. old. Perth Amboy. 



II- Jonathan Stout & 

Leah, wife of Jonathan, of Middletown 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 187 



II- William Jolly, an adult Freehold. 

22- Josiah, son of Timothy Halstead Shrewsbury. 



Public. 



1760 Mch. 14- 

23- 
Aug. — 



Aug. 


27- 


Sept. 

Nov. 


31- 
19- 

17- 


tt 


19- 



Burials I/60 



Mirtilla Halstead 
Samuel Abraham 
Chrisf Robt. Reynolds 



Shrewsbury. 

Freehold. 

Shrewsbury. 



(the preceding entry was on a dividing line, and the month 
may be August or Alarch, but most likely March) 

H. Throckmorton Shrewsbury. 

John Benson in Shrewsbury. 

Chas. Abraham, in Freehold. 
Mrs. Halstead. In Shrewsbury churchyard. 
Denise, son of John Forman, Freehold. 



1760 



1761 



Oct. 



Ap. 27- 

May II- 

July 3- 

" 3- 

" 3- 

" 3- 

" 6- 

" 6- 

Aug. 3- 

10- 

10- 

24- 

24. 

19- 

19- 

23 

26- 

27- 

27 

10- 

13- 

13- 

15- 

22- 

5- 
19- 

3- 
3 

10- 
12- 
16- 
16- 
16- 
16- 



Nov. 
Dec. 

Feb. 

Mch. 

Ap. 
(( 

May 



Aug. 



Baptisms 1760 
Sarah, daughter of Samuel & Graham Cooke Shrewsbury. 



Middletown Point. 
" " Public. 



Isabella, daughter of Patrick & Mary Robison 

Thomas, son of Thomas Colvil 

Sarah, daughter of Richard & Agnes Bates " " " 

Samuel Mc Gee " " 

Aaron, son of Peter a free negro 

Thomas, son of Thomas " " " both of Shrewsbury. 

John Leonard, son of George & Catharine West, Shrewsbury. Public. 

Richard, son of Samuel & Catharine Throckmorton, Freehold. 

Catharine, daughter of James Dey " Public. 

Abraham, son of Abraham & Margaret Emmonds " " 

William, son of Cornelius & Elizabeth Pege " " 

Joseph Holman, an adult Freehold. Public. 

John, son of Henry & Abigail Ferine " " 

William, son of John & Elizabeth Stevenson IMiddletown. Private. 

Anthony, son of Josiah & Hannah Holmes Shrewsbury. Public. 
Deborah, wife of Thomas Bell, an adult 

son of the above Thomas & Deborah " " 

Joseph Leonard, an adult Shrewsbury. Private. 

Joshua, son of Thomas & ]\Iary Warne Aliddletown Point. 
John, son of Samuel & Alargaret Morrell " •" 

Alary, daughter of William West Shrewsbury. Public. 

Hannah, daughter of Kenneth Hankinson Freehold. " 

William, son of Joseph & Mary Throckmorton Shrewsbury. " 
John, son of John Forman Freehold. " 

Hugh, son of Felix & Martha O'Hara 

Catharine, daughter of John Rue " " 

Samuel, son of Samuel & Isabella Hunt Aliddletown. " 

Joanna Eatton Shrewsbury. Private. 

Rebecca, daughter of John Rue Freehold. Spottswood. " 

Sarah, daughter of Daniel Perreine " " 

Andrew, son of Robert Pharess " 

Catharine, daughter of Felix Shutler " 



iS8 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

" 30- Othniel, sons of Otheniel & Elizabeth Rogers Shrewsbury. Public. 
" 30 Leonard, 

Sept. 6- Andrew, son of James & Margaret Crawford Freehold. " 



i'/6o Marriages 



1760 - Mch - 23- John Herring & Elizabeth Hall, " Banns." 

31- Rice Fielder & Elizabeth Woolley " 

July 30- Felix O'Hara & Martha Mc Cormack Governor's license. 

Aug. 3- William Allen, & Elizabeth Allen, married " " 

Nov. 2- Robert Barclay & Alice Van Kirk " " 

25- James Dey & Margaret Rue " " 

28- David Stout and Catharine Barclay " " 



Baptisms 1^61 



1761 Sep. 7- Thomas, son of Samuel & Graham Cook, Shrewsbury. Amboy. 

" 13- Mary, daughter of Robert & ]\Iargaret King, Amboy. " 

27- Abigail, daughter of James & Abigail Russel, Shrewsbury. Public. 
& 
James, son 

Richard, son of John & Hannah Russel " " 

[sic] Job, son of Richard Clark Freehold Public. 

Job, son of Job Throckmorton " " 

John, son of Stephen Haviland " " 

Rebecca, daughter of John & Mary Cotes, Shrewsbury. Public. 

Barbara, daughter of " 

David Stout, an adult Freehold. " 

Ann, daughter of David & Catharine Stout " " 

Mary, daughter of James and Margaret Dey " " 

Dinah, daughter of William & Hannah Dey " " 

Lydia, daughter of Joseph Morford " " 
John, son of Cortland & Elizabeth Skinner, Amboy. 





27 


Aug. 


23- 


Oct. 


2.S- 


Nov. 




Nov. 


I- 


it 


I- 


tt 








ti 






I- 


it 


i.s- 


Dec. 


I- 



Marriages 176T 



1761- Mch. 17- Jehu Birket & Kesiah Walker " Banns." 

Feb. 19- Robert Mc Kean & Isabella Antill Governor's license. 

Ap. 15- Thomas Erichson & Margaret Abraham " " 

" 16 Samuel Lippincott & Elizabeth Lane " " 

June 25- Mr. Richard Tole & Miss Sarah Eatton 

Aug. 23- Lewis Smith & Ann Vannortewick " " 

Sept. I- David Lee & Margaret Perreine " " 

" 22- Mr. Leonard Cutting & Ann Frances Gombauld " 

Oct. 22- Beriah West & Sarah Parker " 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 189 

Burials I/61 

Feb. 4 Mr. Grandine Freehold. 

" 9- Mary Halstead Shrewsbury. 

Ap. 9- Dr. Joseph Eatton 

" 12- Henry, son of H. & B. Leonard 

June 3- Mr. Garret Alorford, at Middletown. 

8- Miss Sarah Leonard, at Shrewsbury. 

" 14- Widdow Dennis, at " 

Nov. 12- Airs. Holmes, at Freehold. 



Baptisms 1^62 

Jan. 5" Phillis, a negro girl belonging to Mr. Thomas Leonard. 

Mch. 21- Collin, son of Alex. Campbell Amboy. 

" 21- Josiah, son of William & Mary Brown Perth Amboy. 

Ap. 4- James, son of Enoch & Elizabeth Thomas, Freehold. Public. 

June 6- Abigail, daughter of Thomas Hewit, Shrewsbury. " 

" 2"^- Ann Pege 23 yrs. 

Rebecca " 20 " 

David " 18 " Freehold. Public. 

Adam " 13 " 

Jonathan " 10 " 

Daniel, sons of Neal Mc Mullin 
John, 

Hugh McFall 10 yrs. 
Margaret Leonard 



July 


■ 4- 




4- 




4- 




II- 


(< 


II- 


H 


18- 


Aug. 


I- 


Oct. 


25- 


it 
it 

Dec. 


25- 
25- 

31- 
12- 



Elizabeth Mc Elwe 12 yrs. " " 

Margaret Handlin 3 yrs. " " 

Matthew " i yr. 

Joseph, son of Richard & Sarah Tole, Shrewsbury. " 

Thomas, son of Thomas & Deborah Bell " " 

Rachel, daughter of Thomas, a free negro " " 

Isabella, daughter of Robert Campbell Freehold 

Lydia, daughter of James Abraham, Jun'" " 

Rebecca, daughter of Jonathan & Leah Stout, Middletown. 
Moses, son of George & Catharine West, Shrewsbury. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Hyssong " 

Samuel, son of William & Hannah Pintard " 

Joseph, son of Jacob Dennis, Jr. " 

Eleanor, daughter of Joseph Vanort, Freehold. 
John, son of James & Elizabeth Williams, jNIiddletown Point. 
12- Richard, son of Richard Bates " " 



Marriages 1^62 



Mch. 2- Dennis Mc Cartie & Elizabeth Whitney " Banns." 

" 20- Anthony Taylor & Mary Rorren " 

Ap. 23- Matthew Wolfe & Mary Smith 

July 26- Benjamin Britain & .A.bigail Hoflf by Governor's license. 

Dec. 5- Tames Stilwel & Elizabeth Shaw 
" 12- Hugh Taylor & Letitia Francis " 



I90 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Burials i/6^ 



Mch. 20- John Cowper, at Middletown. 
Dec. 2- Mr. Ashfield, at Shrewsbury. 



Baptisms i/6j 



1763 May I- James, son of Keneth Hankinson Freehold. 

I- Lydia, daughter of Thomas & Margaret Erichson " 

" I- Elizabeth, daughter of David & Catharine Stout 

" 8- Robert, son of Thomas & Ann Howell Shrewsbury. 

" 8. Mary, daughter of Joseph & Abigail Price " 

" 15- Then received into the church, Helena Covenhoven 

Freehold yrs. old. 

" 15- Sarah, daughter of Henry & Abigail Perreine, Freehold. 

" 15- , daughter of James Hankinson 

June 5- Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel & Isabella Hunt, Shrewsbury. 

Sept. 18- Samuel, son of John Forman Freehold. 

Oct. 2- Joseph, son of James & Margaret Dey, Freehold. 

" 2- James, son of William " 

" 16 Peter, son of James & Margaret Crawford 

" 23 David, sons of Christ. & Margaret Felmore, Shrewsbury. 

23 Jacob, 

" 30 Jane, daughters of John & Esther Buckolow, Freehold. 

" Sarah, 

" 30 Rebecca Andruvat 4 yrs. 



30- Michael, son of Samuel & Graham Cook, Shrewsbury. 

Nov. 20- Susanna, daughter 

" 27 Peter, son of Thomas & Lydia Smith Freehold. 

Dec. II- John, son of John & Mary Miller 

II- Thomas, son of William & Ann Philips " 

18- Christian, son of Christian & Mary Debole, Shrewsbury. 

25- Mary, daughter of William & Elizabeth Allen, Freehold. 



Marriages iy6s 



1763- Sep. 8- John Sergeant & Catharine Shall, by Governor's license. 
Oct. 16- Allen Aragen & Ann Borden " Banns." 

Nov. 30- William Eagles & Anna Machet, Governor's license. 



Burials j/63 



1763 Nov. 14- Thomas, son of Thomas & Graham Cooke, at Shrewsbury. 
Dec. 18- Nathaniel Leonard, Middletown. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 191 

Baptisms 1/64 

1764 Feb. 12- Benjamin, son of Josiah & Hannah Holmes, Shrewsbury. 
" 12- Jane, a negro belonging to j\lr. Tole 

Mch. II- Elizabeth, daughter of Philip Cooper 

May 27- William, son of Joseph Morford Freehold. 

" 27- James, son of James Abrahams, Jr. 

June II- Huldah, 

Margaret, children of Richard & Mary Matchet, Cranbury. 

William, 

John, 

Mary, 

June II- Mary Sullivan 8 yrs. old Cranbury. 

Neale & Andrew Mc Conolly " 

" Lewis, son of James & Barsheba Jobs " 
Isaac, son of John & Esther Buckolow " 
Anna, daughter of Vincent Bodine " 

Sarah, daughter of Paul Miller " 

July 8- Lewis, son of Thomas & Alary Warner Middletown. 
" Thomas, son of Joshua & Helena Warner " 

22- James Connor, an adult Freehold. 

James & Margaret, children of Neall McMullin " 

Sarah & John, children of Dennis Derriskill " 

Andrew, son of Robert Campbell " 

William, son of William & Helena Perreine " 

" 29 Hannah Holmes, daughter of John Mc Cafferty Shrewsbury. 
" 29- Jacob, son of Thomas & Deborah Bell " 

Aug. 9- Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Colvill, Middletown. 
Aug. 9- Patrick, son of Patrick Robinson Middletown. 

" 9- Hannah, daughter of John & Elizabeth Amey " 

" 9- Elizabeth & Mary, children of William Dorcry " 

" 26- Amelia, daughter of Benj. Dennis Shrewsbury. 

Sep. 2- Jane, daughter of John Combs Freehold. 

2- Robert, son of Joseph Perreine " 

" 9- Isabella & Franscina, daughters of Peter Petshine Middletown. 

15- Thomas, son of Joseph & Mary Throckmorton, Private. 
" 16- Lvdia & Phebe, children of William & Hannah Jolly, Freehold. 
" 16- Catharine Jolly, adult Publick. 

" 16- John Scoby 

" 30 Elizabeth, daughter of John & Mary Rue Freehold. 

1764 Oct. 21- Catharine, daughter of William & Abigail Hewlett, Shrewsbury, 
Nov. I- Mary, wife of Charles Boyles Morristown. 

Nov. I- Margaret, 

Daniel, children of Chas. & Mary Boyles, Morristown. 
Patience, " 

\ Michael, " 

" I- Hagar, a free negro wench " 

Meriam, 

Isaac, children of Hagar " 

I- Benjamin, 8 yrs. negro children belonging to 
Dorothy. 4 '" Capt. Robert Troup " 

Dec. 9- John Barclay Stout, son of David & Catharine, Freehold. 
" 25 Zilpha, daughter of Joseph Price, Jr., Shrewsbury. 



iga HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Marriages 1764. 

1764- May 24- Thomas Ellison & Margaret Mitchel, Governor's license. 
Isaac Mitchel & Byen Halstead 
Benj. Bennet & Rachel Preston, Banns. 

And. Allen & Elizabeth Guy 

Charles Colman & Catharine Lippincott, Governor's license. 

Matthew Williams & Rachel Crawford Banns. 

John Newberry & Charity Newman " 

John Brand & Rebecca Gifford " 

John Farrow & Margaret Whitefal Banns. 

William Johnson & Rachel Johnson, Governor's license. 



1764- 



May 


24- 


June 


21- 


July 9- 




9- 
9- 


Sep. 
Dec. 


31- 
13- 
II- 


Dec. 


25- 




31 







Burials 1764. 


Ap. I- 


Thomas Tyte, 


Toponamus. 


July 5- 


John States, 


Shrewsbury. 


" 17- 


John Redford, 


" 


Aug. 30- 


Thomas W'illet, 


Middletown. 


Sept. 16- 


Thomas - son ( 


3f Joseph & Mary Throcl 



Baptisms 1765 

1765 Feb. 20- Michael, son of James & Margaret Kearny Private. 

May 5- George Taylor, an adult Shrewsbury. 

" 5- Anthony, son of Jacob Dennis, Jr. " 

" 5 John, Man,-, Joseph, children of Widow Morris " 

" 19- Mary, daughter of Robert Jones Middletown. 

June 2- Richard & Thomas, sons of Thomas Howel, Shrewsbury. 

" 9- John, son of William & Hannah Dey Freehold. 

10 Cornelius, son of Ann Pege " 

" 10- Ann & Jane, children of Thomas & Ann Kilpatrick " 

" 23- Mary & Susanna, daughters of Bryan & Frances Smith " 

" 27- Isaac, son of Isaac & Jane Emmonds " 

" 30 Sarah, daughter of Thomas & Sarah Shepherd Middletown. 

July- 7- Anna, daughter of Jeremiah Still well " 

7- John, son of James & Elizabeth Stillwell " 

" 28- George Taylor Morford, an adult Shrewsbury. 

" 28- John, son of Christopher Hyssong " 

" 28- Bethana, daughter of Tom, a free negro " 

Aug. 4- Hannah, daughter of John & Mary Perreine Freehold. 

25- Grace, daughter of Samuel & Graham Cooke Shrewsbury. 

25- William, son of 

Sep. 15- Hannah, daughter of Widow Morford Freehold. 

" 22- William, son of \\^illiam & Elizabeth Pitcher Shrewsbury. 

Dec. . I- Amey, daughter of William Pintard " 



Burials 1765 



1765 Feb. 4- Job. Throckmorton, buried at Freehold. 

" " (?) Myrtilla " Shrewsbury. 

Aug. 21- Joseph Morford, at Freehold. 
Sept. 15- James Abraham, at Toponemus. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY. N. J. 193 



1766 



Jan. 


26- 


Feb. 


9- 


Mch. 


22- 


" 


28 


" 


?,o- 


Ap. 


27- 




27- 




27- 




27- 


May 


25- 




25- 


June 


8- 


" 


8 


a 


8 


a 


8 


a 


15- 



Baptisms 1766 

Richard, son of Samuel & Isabella Hunt Middletown. 

Obadiah, son of George Wood Shre\vsbur_\-. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Othniel & Elizabeth Rogers Private. 
(22) Elizabeth, daughter of Mauritz Dehart Shrewsbury. 

William, son of William Harris Freehold. 

Mary, daughter of Robert Campbell " 

David, son of Enoch Thomas 

Catharine, daughter of Richard Bates " 

Gertrude, daughter of Thomas BuUman " 

James Abraham, son of — 

Letitia, daughter of James Abraham 

Rosseaa, son of William & Catharine Brown " 

Thomas, son of James & Margaret Crawford 

William, son of Widow Morris, ]Middletow'n. 

Phebe, daughter of John & Abigail Abraham, Freehold. 

Thomas, son of Samuel Warne, Middletown. 



1765 



1765 



Jan. 


2- 


*' 


2- 


It 


2.V 


Feb. 


21- 


Ap. 


18- 


May 


2- 




19- 


July 


24- 


Oct. 


24- 


tt 


31 


Nov. 


28 


Dec. 


9- 


it 


15- 



Marriages I/65 

Andrew Forman & Alargaret Gordon, Governor's license. 

John Daniel Cremer & Sophia Lena Hannah, " Banns." 

Joseph Burdge & Zilpha Gifford, Governor's license. 

Patrick Leonard & Margaret Delany 

Robert Potter & Sarah Brown 

Thomas Brand & Alargaret Slocom, 

Stephen Frazer & Hannah Gifford, 

Philip Skinner & Susanna Simpson, 

Stephen Mersereau & Lydia Parker 

John Finnemore & Mary W'hite 

(23) John Holmes & Elizabeth Leonard 

Obad. Corlis & Sarah Shearman, " Banns. 

Thomas Croxson & Sarah Cook 



" Banns." 
Governor's license. 

Governor's license. 



Marriages I/66 

1766 Jan. 9- Robert ]\Iorris & Content Dunham, 

Feb. 20- John Taber Kempe, Esq., of N. Y. and 

Miss Grace Coxe, of Trenton 
May 14- Ezekial Lewis & Phebe Johnson, 

26- John Chap & Margaret Ciker 
Aug. 10- John Pearce & Hannah Vannot 
Sept. 14- Mr. Joseph Leonard & ]\Iiss Magdlene 

Gumbauld, 
Sept. 28- Josiah Halstead & Lydia Worthley 
Dec. 7- Benj. Chambers & Deborah Gifford, 



Banns. 
Governor's license. 



Banns." 



Governor's 

license. 

it 

" Banns." 



Baptisms Jj66 

1766 June 15- Peter Lot, son of Richard Jaques, Middletown. 
" 22- Hannah Combs, an adult Freehold. 
" 29 



194 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

July 20- Lydia, daughter of David & Catharine Barclay, Freehold. 

27- Oliver, a negro boy Shrewsbury. 

Aug. 3- Agnes, daughter of Benard Evaux [ ?] Freehold. 

" 31- Dinah, 

Daniel, negro children belonging to Shrewsbury. 

Chloe, Mrs. Isabella Kearny 
Phillis, 

Sep. 28- Joseph, son of Joseph & Margaret Perreine, Freehold. 

Oct. I- Jacob, son of Benj. Dennis Shrewsbury. 

12 Elizabeth, daughter of \\^illiam & Abigail Hewlet " 

15 Eda, a negro girl 

Nov. 28- Cortland, son of Cortland & Elizabeth Skinner Amboy. 

" 30- Sarah Cornhill, daughter of Richard Marsh Middletown. 

Dec. 14- Robert, son of James & Mary Boggs Private. 



Burials i/Sd 



1766 Aug. 21- Mrs. Mary Throckmorton Shrewsbury. 

Sept. 28- James, son of Richard & Sarah Frances, Freehold. 
Nov. 24- Widow Hewlet Shrewsbury. 



Marriages I/6/ 



^7^7' J^"' 21- James Rue & Phebe Abraham, by Governor's license. 

June 7- James Brown & Phebe Scoby, by banns. 

July 26- "William Vincent & Elizabeth Newberry " 

Nov. 26- Andrew Brown & Sarah Frances. Governor's license. 

Dec. 17- Daniel AIcDaniel & Catharine Nicliols, Banns. 

" 17- John Purtell & Margaret Jackson " 

" 31- William Norris & Velariah White, Governor's license. 



Burials 1^6/ 



1767 Jan I- Griffiths, son of Airs. Stevenson, Shrewsbury. 
July 24- Nathan' Parker. 



Baptisms i'j6y 



1767 Feb. i^- Mary, daughter of John Forman, Freehold. 

Elizabeth, daughter of John & Hannah Russel Shrewsbury. 

Jane, daughter of David & Catharine Barclay Freehold. 

Abraham, son of \^'illiam Harris 

Sarah, daughter of John & Mary Millar, N. Brunswick. 
Violet, a negro child belonging to Capt. Troup Whipany. 
Theodosia, daughter of Thomas & Deborah Bell, Shrewsbury. 
Sarah, daughter of Samuel & Catharine Throckmorton-Freehold. 

Joan, daughter of Middletown. 

Rebecca, daughter of William & Hannah Dey Freehold. 

Matthew, son of William Perreine ■ " 



jeeb. 


I- 


it 


8- 


tt 


15- 




i.s- 


n 


25- 


Mch. 


^- 


Ap. 


5- 


*' 


12- 


May 


17- 


June 


21- 


" 


21- 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 195 

July 19- Isabella, daughter of Samuel & Graham Cooke " 

Aug. 30- Ruhamah, daughter of James Abraham 



Oct. II- Eleanor, daughter of Philip & Eleanor Grandin 

Oct. 24- Philip, son of Ravaud & Ann Kearny Perth Amboy. 

" 26- Glencross, son of William Pintard Shrewsbury. 

Dec. 13- Margaret, daughter of Joseph Price, Jr. " 

" 17- Margaret Jackson, an adult " 



Baptisms I/68 



1768 Mch. 30- Joseph & Isabella, children of Dennis & Hannah Dresgill, Freehold. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. James Boggs & Alary Shrewsbury. 

Littleton, son of Jacob Dennis, Jr. " 

Esther, wife of John Frost Middletown. 

Leah Benjamin " 

Hannah, daughter of Jacob Parker Shrewsbury. 

John, Stephen & Sarah, children of John Eastleek, Toponemus. 

John Ogilvie, son Jaques Woodbridge. 

Mary, daughter of Dr. Richard " " 

Isaac, son of William & Abigail Hewlett Shrewsbury. 

William, son of Joseph & Magdalen Leonard " 

Catharine West, an adult " 

Susanna " " " 

24- Benj. Cooper, adults Middletown. 

Phebe Cooper, " " 

24- Lydia Ball, 4 yrs. 



Mch. 


.30- 


Ap. 


3- 




4- 




17- 


" 


17- 


May 


I- 




8- 


'* 


i.S- 


tt 


15- 


" 


29- 


June 


19- 


July 


19- 



" 31- Susanna, daughter of George W'ood Shrewsbury. 

■Aug. 7- Jonathan, a free negro child " 

28- Catharine & Audrey, children of James & Ann West " 

28- Elizabeth, children of Asher & Ann West " 

Euphemia, 

" 28- Catharine, 

William, children of Deborah Stevens, widow, Shrewsbury. 

Joseph, 

Jane, 

Mary, 

" 30 Raymond, son of Othniel & Elizabeth Rogers, Shrewsbury, 
Oct. 2- John, son of Benj. Dennis " 

" 2- Moses, son of Christian & Margaret Felmore " 

" 2- Alexander, son of Daniel & Catharine McDaniel " 

" 30- Euphemia, daughter of Samuel & Isabella Hunt, Middletown. 
Nov. 27- Priscilla, daughter of Thomas Pet shine " 



Marriages i';68 



1768 Ap. 3- Thomas Morford & Hester Holmes Governor's license. 

May I- Cornelius \'andevere & Ann Pintard " " 

June 26- John Ferril & Mary Mc Cullor , Banns. 

Sep. 29- James Smith & Ann West Governor's license. 



196 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

j;6S Burials. Then interred the corpse of: 

1768 Feb. 22- Mrs. Willet Middletown. 

23- Thomas Franses Freehold. 

Ap. 9- Andrew Stevens Shrewsbury. 

June 15 Mrs. Howel 

Aug. 20- Thomas, a free negro 

Oct. I- Catharine West 



Marriages //dp 



1769 Jan. — Samuel West & Sarah Lafetra Governor's license. 

July 27- Thomas White & Mary Woolley 

Nov. 2- Thomas Forman & Jane Throckmorton Shrewsbury. 

" 5- Henry Waddell & Lucia Lawrence 



Baptisms i^6q 



1769 Mch. 24- Sarah, daughter of Thomas & Hester Morford Shrewsbury. 

Ap. 9- Lydia, daughter of Samuel & Graham Cooke 
May 7- James, son of James & Mary Boggs 
Nov. 29- Francis Kilpatrick Vanort Freehold. 

1770 June — Ann Frances, daughter of Joseph Leonard, Esq., & Magdalen. 

Freehold. 
July 22- Jacob, son of Jacob Parker, dec'd Shrewsbury. 

Oct. 28- Mary, daughter of Jacob Dennis, Jr. 
Dec. 9- Lydia, daughter of William & Abigail Hulet " 

Patience, wife of James Mount 
Mary, 
Margaret, 
" 29- Joseph, children of James & Patience Mount " Private. 

Patience, 
Michael Price, 
Ann, 
James, 

Dec. 29- Phebe, a negro wench belonging to the above James & Patience. 
" 29- Sarah Wardell, an adult Shrewsbury. Private, 

" 31- Sarah, 17 yrs., children of Timothy & Zilpha Halstead " 
Rebecca, 9 " 

30 (sic) Thomas, son of Elisha Shepherpd Public. 



Burials i/6p 



1769 Mch. I- Ann Vandervere Shrewsbury. 

Sep. 21- Jacob Parker 

" 29- L. M. Ashfield, Esq. " church. 

Oct. — Catharine West 

Nov. 12- Mary Latson Shrewsbury. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 197 



1770 Jan. I- Joanna Eatton 

" 17- Elizabeth Huet 

" 23- Edmund Lafetra 

Feb. 9- Mrs. Ayres 



iT/o Burials 

Shrewsbury. 

Toponamus. 



Marriages lyyo 



1770 Jan. 21- James Yongfe & Hannah Vanders^ander 

Feb. 15- Thomas Loyd & Clement Shepherd 

Mch. 18- Nathaniel Ward & Mary Mount 

Aug. 9- Samuel Slocum & Susanna Sloe urn 

Sept. 29- Richard Dwyer & Abigail White 

Nov. 8- Jacob Holmes & Ann Russel 



Banns. 
Governor's license. 
Banns. 

Governor's license. 



Baptisms ijyi 



1771 Jan. 10- John, Sarah, Thomas Elizabeth, children of John Crad- 

dock, Shrewsbury. 

Feb. 24- James, son of Andrew & Sarah Brown Middletown Point. 

Mch. 21- Annastasia, daughter of Samuel & Graham Cooke, Shrewsbury. 
Elizabeth, natural daughter of Thomas Wilson Private. 



1771 



Ap. 8- 

May 12- 

" 26- 

May 26- 

July 14- 



Aug. 10- 
Oct. II- 



II- 
II- 



Hannah, daughter of Thomas & Hester Morford " 

Abraham, son of Jacob & Ann Holmes Public. 

Thankful Dunham, an adult Private. 

Sussex, a mulatto Private. 

Judith, wife of " " 

John, 

Jacob, children of " " Shrewsbury. 

Phebe, 

Thomas, son of Dr. James Boggs & Mary " 

Mary, (wife of William) [sic] Sears Private. 

John Worthley, an adult 

Jane Gamage, daughter of 



Thomas, son of Benj. Dennis 
William, son of John Craddock 



& Jane Betts 



17- 
Nov. 10- 
Dec. 8- Catharine, daughter of Daniel & Catharine McDaniel 



Shrewsbury. 



1771 



Feb. 


4- 


Aug. 


19- 


Oct. 


16- 


Nov. 


^- 


:c. (29?) 




29- 



Marriages lyji 

John Hales & Sarah Jefferics Banns. 

James Delancy, Esq., of the city of N. Y. 
& Miss Margaret Allen, of Philadelphia. 
Ludovic Philips & Zilpha Hulse Publication. 
John Vannort & Rebecca Willis 



Governor's li- 
cense. 



Francis Gasper & Sarah White ■ 
Holder Anthony & Sarah Tabor 



Governor's license. 



Banns. 



198 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Burials i^^i 

1771 Aug. 21- Othniel Rogers Shrewsbury. 

Sep. 3- John Eastleek. Toponamus. 

" 13- John Gamage. Shrewsbury. 

" 25- Mrs. Graham Cooke, wife of the Rev. Samuel Cooke, Mis- 
sionary, Shrewsbury. 
" 27- Margaret, daughter of James Mount Shrewsbury. 
Oct. 9- Jane Betts 
Nov. 19- John, son of Dr. Jaques Middletown. 



Baptisms j//2 



1772 May 24- Ann, daughter of Joseph & Abigail Price Shrewsbury. 

May 31- Leah Wamsley, an adult Middletown. 

Aug. 9- Joseph, son of John Legorge Pintard Shrewsbury. 

20- John, son of Mr. John ^Morris & Sarah " 

Nov. I- Benoni, son of Amelia Shepherd Private. 



1772- 



Feb. 9- 
May 12- 
June II- 
Nov. 30- 
Dec. 24- 



Marriages I'jys 

Thomas Stevenson & Isabella Hunt. Banns. 

John Clark & Catharine Smith, Governor's license. 
Daniel West & Mary Van dyke 
Stephen Vanbrockle & Rachel Gififord Banns. 
John White & Rachel Hance Governor's license. 



Burials I//3 

1772 Ap. 30- Thomas, son of James & Elizabeth Stillwell 
Aug. 23- The wife of Christopher Hvssong 
Dec. 24- Zilpha, wife of Timothy Halstead 



Middletown. 
Shrewsbury. 



\. 



1773- Feb. 14- 

" 26- 

Ap. 6- 

18- 

May 9- 

"' 9- 

" 9- 

June 6- 

" 6- 

" 15- 

" 20 

Aug. I- 

Oct. 31- 

Nov. 14- 

" 21- 



Baptisiiis 1/75 

Catharine, wife of Mr. John Clark Shrewsbury. 

Anna, daughter of Thomas Shaddock 

John, son of John & Catharine Clark Shrewsbury. 

John, son of Joseph Leonard, Esq., & Magdalene Private. 

Clement, daughter of Anthony Dennis, Shrewsbury. 

John, son of John & Catharine Clark " 

Littleton, son of James & Patience Mount 

Margaret, daughter of Jacob Dennis. Jr. Shrewsbury. 
Lydia, daughter of Ephraim Titus Middletown. 
John, son of Elisha Shepherd " 
Daniel, son of Daniel & Mary West Private. 
Rebecca, daughter of Dr. James & Mary Boggs Shrewsbury. 
Samuel, son of Samuel & Abigail Hulet " 

Robert Stout, an adult " " 
Mercy, daughter of Benj. Dennis Barnegat. 
John, son of Daniel & Catharine McDaniel 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 199 

Nov. 28- James, children of James & Elizabeth Stilwell, Middletown. 
Rebecca, 



Marriages ///j 



1773 Jan. 29- John Loughlin & Lydia Smith Banns. 

Ap. 25- Abraham Sutfin & Deborah Nicholls Governor's license. 

Aug. 24- Dennis Hicks & Ann Banker " 



Burials 7775 



1773 J^n. 6- Edward Stevenson, of Middletown. 

June 5- William, son of Widow Dothy Shrewsbury. 

July 3- Samuel Throckmorton, of Freehold. 



Baptisms iy/4 



1774 July 24- Sarah, daughter of Mr. John Morris & Sarah Shrewsbury. 

" 31- Margaret, daughter of John Craddock 

Oct. 9- Jacob, son of Jacob & Alice Larzeline Morristown. 

" 9- Charlotte, daughter of William Hayden & Lydia 

Dec. 25- Henry, son of Mr. Joseph Leonard & Magdalen Shrewsbury. 



Marriages 1//4 



1774 June 6- Samuel Hall & Hannah Smith Banns. 

Sep. 12- Mr. Philip Lot, of the city of N. Y., a mer- Governor's li- 

chant & Miss Mary Kearny cense. 

Nov. 22- Manasseh Dunham & Rachel Potter " " 



Burials 1//4 



1774 Ap. 12- Jacob Dennis Shrewsbury. 

May 5- Lydia Ashfield 

" 12- Thomas, son of Widow Stevenson Middletown. 
June I- Joseph Price, Shrewsbury. 
" 20- Huet Middletown. 



Baptisms 7775 



1775- Jan. 29- Amelia, daughter of Mr. John Morris & Sarah, Shrewsbury. 
Feb. 23- John, son of Mr. Henry Wardell & Lucy Freehold. 

Mch. 19 David, 

Sarah, children of Philip Cooper, Shrewsbury. 

George, 

Michael, 

Ap. 24- Helena — daughter of '* 



200 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



By Andrew Fowler. 

Baptisms i^pp 

1799 May 27- Gordon, son of Jacob & Mary Dennis 

Ameline, daughter of Richard Wardle & Margaret 
Joseph, son of Joseph Mount & Sarah 



1799 May 27- Interred Mrs. Hannah Dennis, wife of Anthony 



A.idrew Fowler. 



Ann, daughter 

Peter, 

Eleanor, 

Jacob, 

Thos. Waker, son 

Sarah 



Baptisms 1804 

Jos. Voorhes & Hannah (1804) 

(1805) 
1807 
Abraham Holmes & Jerusha 1807 
June II- 1809, of John & Ann Grant 
daughter 1809, Edward Bennet 



Shrewsbury. A. F. 
A. F. 
" by Mr. Russel Wheeler. 
" by Mr. Rudd. 



When baptized. 



Parents. 



When born. 



Place. 



Oct. 8- 1809 Mary Ann, Jacob & Abigail White Oct.i6-i8Q8 Shrewsbury. 
Dec. 25 - 1809 Jacob, Joseph Voorhees & Hannah, J. Croes, Jr., officiating minister. " 

1810 

Mch. 25- James, son of Thomas & Elizabeth Throckmorton Freehold. 

" W" Craig, son of Thomas & Sarah Thompson " 

" Elenor Forman, daughter of W" & Rachel Lloyd " 

May 13- Eleanor & Jane, children of John & Alice Lee Aliddletown. 

July I- Rebecca, Hester & W™ Holmes, children of Matthew & Hannah Perrine, Shrewsbury. 

July 8- Emeline, daughter of Denise J., & Elizabeth Forman Freehold. 

Oct. 18- Francis, 

Elizabeth Franklin, children of Lewis & Ann Thompson " 
William, 

Oct. 21- Catharine, dan. of Lewis & Cornelia Thompson Allentown. 

Nov. 25- Ann, adult, wife of John Grant Shrewsbury. 

IMartha Wait, daughter of John & Ann Grant " 

Dec. 9- Deborah, adult, wife of Samuel Pintard Middletown. 



181 1 [sic; mistake?] 

Jan. 8- John, son of Abraham & Jerusha Holmes 

Eleanor, daughter of Jacob & Abigail White 

Mary, 

Alice, children of Barnt & Marv Tvson 



Aug. II 1810 



Shrewsbury. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 201 

Marriages 1810 

John Fleming & Jane Thompson, Jan. 17- Freehold. 

Joseph Phillips & Mrs. Ursulla Throckmorton, Mch. 10. 

Lyttleton White & Nancy Holmes Aug. 9- Shrewsbury. 

Burials 1810 

W" Pintard, Mch. 3-, Middletown. 

Clemence Dennis- May 5- Shrewsbury. 

Ann Bowne Thompson, daughter of Thomas & Eleanor, Oct. 8- Freehold. 

John Croes, officiating minister. 



Baptisms 



181 1 May 20- Catharine, dau. of Peter & Charity Flinn Middletown. 

Aug. II- Henrietta, dau. of Caleb & Alartha Ann Lloyd Freehold. 

Sep. I- Francis-Eliza, dau. of Thomas & Elizabeth Throckmorton " 

Dec. I- William, b. May 21-1808, son of Benj. & Elizabeth Wilson Middletown. 

Susan, b. June 30, 1811, dau. of " " " " 

" 12- John Reid, b. May 2-1809, son of Noble & Abigail Reid " 

" " Samuel Noble, b. Ap. 18- 181 1 " " 

Marriages 18 11 
1811 

Jan. 17 W™ Coward & Isabel Knott, of Squankiim 

Sep. 26- Benj. B. Cooper, of Gloucester & Sarah Van Mater, of Middletown. 
Nov. 28- Taylor Haggerty & Clemence Holmes .Shrewsbury. 

(Croes) 

Burials 18 11 

Jan 20 James Kearney Middletown. 

Ap. 3 Richard Holmes Shrewsbury. 

Sep. 19- Belphame Dennis " 

(^ct. 8- John Forman Freehold. 

Nov. 13- Dr. Joseph West Shrewsbury. 

Dec. Mrs. Dobbs, aged 99- Shrewsbury. 

1812 Baptisms 
Bp. 1812 

Jan. 9- Samuel Holmes, son of William & Lydia Pintard, b. Nov. 26-1811, Shrewsbury. 
Ann Eliza, dau. of Jacob Holmes & Eleanor, b. Nov. 26-1811, " 

Feb. 19- Abigail Little - an adult " 

Mch. I- Lydia, wife of Anthony Holmes Shrewsbury. 

Margaret, widow of Joseph Throckmorton " 

Mch. 8- Mary Ann, daughter of Thomas S: Sarah Thompson Freehold. 

May 10- Russel, son of Lyttleton & Nancy White, b. Mch. 28-1812, Shrewsbury. 



202 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



June 14 Henry, b. Mch. 25-1804, " 

Elizabeth, children of Thomas & Hannah White, b. Ap. 3-1806, " 

George Haggerty, b. Oct. 27-181 1, " 

Sep. 16 Eleanor Van Mater, adult Middletown. 

(sic) June 14- William & Hannah, children of Anthony & Clemence Dennis Shrewsbury. 
Oct. II John, b. Nov. 11-1801, 

William, children of Joseph & Elizabeth Wall b. June 15-1808, Middletown. 
James, b. Aug. 26-1810, 



Baptisms 1812 
Oct. 18 Hannah, daughter of Joseph & Hannah Yoorhees, b. Aug-i8i2; 
Nov. 



ShrewsDury. 



9- Hannah- 
-Ymelzel, 
Maria Reid, 



b. June 28-1809, Middletown. 
Children of Henry & Maria Bainbridge, 

b. May 2-1811, 



Dec. 20 Lucy, dau. of Jacob & Abigail White 



b. Sep. 15-1812, Shrewsbury. 



Marriages 1812 

Mch. 8-1812- John Wall & Mary Stillwell 

Ap. 9- Forman Throckmorton & Elizabeth Morris 
Nov. 18- W" L. Lloyd & Mary Van Mater 
Dec. 3- Joseph Thompson & Mary Carman 



Burials 1812 



Feb. 13 Rebecca Forman (burned to death) 

Mch. 9 Thomas Lloyd 

Ap. 14- John Throckmorton, Jr. 

July 25- Martha Grant 



[sic] 



Married on the 6*'' February 181 2- Oliver Johnson to 
Nancy Snowhill, both of Spottswood 



Middletown. 

Shrewsbury. 
Middletown. 
Freehold. 

( Croes) 



Freehold. 

Middletown. 

Freehold. 

Shrewsbury. 



J. Croes, Jr. 



iSis Baptisms 

July 4- Barberie, son of Thomas & Elizabeth Throckmorton Freehold. 

Susan Parker, daughter of Wm. & Rachel Lloyd Freehold. 

Sep. 19- Sarah Catharine, dau. of Wm. & Lucy Carpenter, b. May 4-1813-Whitestown, 

N. v., bp. Shrewsbury. 



Oct. 10- 



31- 



Shrewsbury. 



Anthony Holmes, son of Taylor & Clem. Haggerty, b. Aug. 22- 
Abraham, son of Abraham & Jerusha Holmes, b. Aug. 2- 
Sarah Forman, daughter of Forman & Elizabeth Throckmorton, b. Nov. 7-1812 
Catharine Van Mater, dau. of Rev. John & Eleanor Croes, b. Aug. 7-1813 
by Dr. John Croes, Sr., of New Brunswick, N. J. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 

Dec. 14- Mary, wife of Joseph Thoinpson Freehold 

Thomas, son of Joseph & Mary Thompson " 

Shrewsbury. 



263 



Mary, wife of Joseph Thompson 
'■ Thomas, son of Joseph & Mary Thompson 
2"]- Jacob White, adult 



Marriages i8ij 



Feb. 8- Dr. Richard Vermute to Ivlary Lloyd Middletown. 

May 9- Edward Taylor, of New York to Mary Holmes, of Long Branch. 
Nov. 26- William Estele [?] & Abigail Little Shrewsbury. 



1817 



Baptisms 1817 

May 18- Hannah Lambert, dan. of Abraham & Jerusha Holmes Shrewsbury. 

Hannah Voorhees, dau. of Jacob & Abigail White, b. Mch. 7-1817 " 

Hannah, dau. of Thomas & Ellen Holmes " 

Sep. 30- Ralph Van Mater, son of Rev. John & Eleanor Croes, b. May 14 Freehold. 

by Bishop Croes. 



Jan. 


I 


Feb. 


S 


ii 


20- 


ti 


25- 


Sep. 


9- 



Marriages 1817 

Stephen Peck to Catharine Waltes [ ?] 

John Taylor to Ann West 

Peter Wyckofif to Ann Taylor 

Joseph Throckmorton to Mary Ann Loyd 

James Schueman to Sarah Wall 



Middletown. 

Shrewsbury. 

Middletown. 

Freehold. 

Middletown. 



Burials i8iy 

June 23- Eliza, daughter of James Throgmorton 
[sic] jfune 2- Mrs., wife of Thomas Stout 

June 3- Margaret, wife of Joseph Throckmorton 
" 3 [ ?] Holmes Throckmorton, Jr. 



Shrewsbury. 
Middletown. 

Shrewsbury. 

Shrewsbury, 



1818 Baptisms 1818 

May 2 Meribah, wife of John West Shrewsbury. 

" James West, adult " 

" " Edward West, adult " 

" " Gabriel " 

" " Revo " " " 

'I " John 

" 2- Augustus Wing, son of Thomas & Rebecca Morford " 

June 7- Ann Tryphena, daughter of Francis and Lucy Smith, b. Feb. 2-1S18 

" Ann Matilda, dau. of Forman & Elizabeth Throckmorton, b. Jan. 7 [ ?] i8ifi " 

" Charlotte, dau. of John & Sarah Fenton, b. May 9-1817 

Oct. 25- Aaron Rhea, son of" Thomas & Elizabeth Throckmorton, b. Mcli. 21-1818. Freehold. 

" " Gertrude Eliza, daughter of Joseph & Marv Ann " b. Mch. 27-1818 " 

Nov. 8- Catharine, dau. of John & Ann Grant, b. July 4-1818 Shrewsbury. 



204 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Dec. 13 Alexander, son of Jacob & Rachel Jvlichaels 

Dec. 26 Edgar, natural son of Catharine Thompson, b. 1812 



Freehold. 



Ap. 



Marriages 1818 

Garret Morford to Catharine White 

Lewis Van Mater to Malty Jackson, (a black conple) 



Shrewsbury 



Burials 1818 



Jan — John Taylor Middletown. 

Feb. 22- Stephen Stoutenborough Slirewsbury. 
Mch. — Edward Bennet 
[sic] Jan. 18- William Haggerty 

May 6- Thomas Morford, Sr. 
June 6- Edward Smith 
Aug. 2- Jane Tison 

Oct. — John Roff, Jr. 
Nov. 2- Abraham Holmes 
Nov. 10- Morris Haggerty 
Dec. 16- Alexander Michaels 
" 20- Henry Remsen, Jr. 



Jan. 17 Frances, 



Baptisms i8ig 



Margaret Hart, children of John & Nancy White, b. Dec. 4-1816 
John Henry Hobart, b. Dec. 8-1818 

Albert, b. Dec. 8-1818 



Ap. 18 Peter, a black, belonging to Samuel Pintard 

May 18- Joseph, sons of Samuel & Sarah Thompson 
Thomas, 

May 23- Abraham Russel, son of Jacob & Eleanor Holmes 
Oct. I- Cordelia, dau. of Lyttleton & Nancy White 



Shrewsbury. 



Middletown. 



b. Aug. 3-1817 Shrewsbury, 
b. Ap. 6-1819 

b. Mch. 4-1819 
b. May — 1819 



Oct. I Sarah, b. June 26-1817 

" Jane, children of Ebenezer & Elizabeth Irving, of N. Y. Sep. 26-1818 

Julia, Sep. 26-1818 



Oct. 12- Anna Theodosia, dau. of Rev. John & Eleanor Croes b. July 8-1819 
Benj., a black, belonging to John Croes, Jr. b. Sep. 30-1818 



tt i( 



Marriages 1819 
Mch. 20 - Lambert Johnson to Sarah Dores Middletown. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 205 

Burials i8ip 

Denise Forman Freehold. 

Ann Kearny Middletown. 

Clemence Lloyd Middletown. 

Joseph, son of Joseph & — ( ?) Thompson Shrewsbury. 

John F. Grintee, of Charleston, S. C. " 

Richard Corlis Lloyd 

jMaria Bowne, jMiddletown. 

Nancy Pintard, Shrewsbury. 

Mr. Edie Middletown. 

Mary White, Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 


27- 


Apr. 


I 


May 


12- 




30 


Aug. 


II 


Sep. 


20 


Oct. 


15 


:] Oct. 


7 


Dec. 


22- 



Baptisms 1820 



Jane, daughter of Forman & Elizabeth Throckmorton, b. Dec. 28-1818. 
Shrewsbury. 



Marriages 1820 
May 15 Nicholas Flood to Catharine Mitchell 



Burials 1820 



July 
Aug. 


25 

I 


Nov. 


6- 


tt 


14- 
16 



Catharine Throckmorton Freehold. 

Joseph Phillips " 

Effingham Holmes Shrewsbury. 

Clementia, daughter of Wm. & Mary Lloyd Shrewsbury. 

Lucy Sellon, wife of John 

Jacob Holmes, Sr., warden of " ye church " 

Susannah Throckmorton, wife of Holmes " 



Baptisms 1821 

Jan. 18 Amelia Jarvis, adult Shrewsbury. 

Cornelia, daughter of do 

Richard, son of Benj. & Catharine Seaman, b. Jan. 31-1820-Middletown. 

Latrobe Rosevelt, son of John & Lucy Sellon, b. Sep. 8-1820, Shrewsbury. 

Frances M. Cline, an adult Middletown. 

Marsden Pintard, an adult Shrewsbury. 

Catharine Morford, an adult 

Eleanor Rattoone, dau. of Rev. John & Elizabeth Croes, b. Julv 16-1821, Shrewsbury. 

Joseph, son of Samuel & Sarah Thomson Shrewsbury. 

" " Thomas & Hannah, son & dau. of Garret & Catharine Morford " 
Oct. 21- Deborah Pintard, adult 
" " Mary Ann Tilton " 
Oct. 21- Abigail, dau. of Jacob & Abigail White, b. Aug. 4-1821 " 



Feb. 


— 


June 


Q- 


Aug. 


IQ- 


(( 


26 


Sep. 


10 


(( 


10 


Sep. 


10 



206 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Marriages 182 1 

June 21- Edward Smith to Harriet Morris 

" 28 Lewis De Hart to Ann Williams-blacks 
Nov. 21 Charles Buck to Alary Stoutenborough 



Shrewsbury. 



Burials 1831 



Jan. 
June 

Aug. 

Oct. 



25 
9- 

24 

4- 



Nov. 18 
" 20 



Amelia Jarvis 

A child of Mr. Rosevelt 

" '• Smedburg, N. Y. 
" " " Elisha Lloyd 
Holmes Throckmorton 

Forman Thompson 

Lucy, daughter of Thomas Stout 
Elizabeth Lloyd 



Shrewsbury 



Freehold. 

Middletown. 

Shrewsbury. 



May 



Baptisms 1822 

26- John Debow, an adult Middletown. 

Jacob, son of Lyttleton & Nancy White 



July 14 Susan, dau. of Forman & Elizabeth Throckmorton, b. Dec. 10- 1 821 Shrewsbury. 



Aug. 19 Jane, daus. of Forman & Elizabeth Thompson, b. Ap. 11-1819 
Charlotte, b. June 10-1820 

Nov. 3 ]\Iary Ann Lippincott, an adult 
Dec. 9 Zilpha, wife of Joseph Dennis 
Dec. 25 Mary Ann, wife of Josiah Holmes 
Mary Mott Cline, an adult 



Freehold. 



Shrewsbury. 

« 
« 



Marriages 1822 

Sep. 18 Daniel B. Ryall & Rachel Bray Lloyd, daughter of Caleb Lloyd- Freehold. 

Morris Newman & Ann Gray ' Shrewsbury. 







Burials 1822 


Jan- 





John Haggertv 


^Ich. 


19- 


Tilton 


it 


23 


Elizabeth Stillwell 


Ap. 


5 


Mrs. Lydia Laird 


(( 


30 


Sarah Holmes 


May 


3 


Caleb Lloyd 


July 


17 


Clemence, daughter of Josiah Holmes 


Aug. 


17 


Mar\' Chandler 
John Carhart 


Nov. 


6 


Euphemia Forman 


Dec. 


22- 


Fenwick Lyell 



Shrewsbury. 

Middletown. 
buried in Freehold. 
Shrewsbury, 
of Freehold. 
Shrewsbury. 

Middletown. 

Freehold. 

Middletown. 



THE PARISH REGISTER OF CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 

Baptisms 182J 

Jan. 12 Peter Lott Jaques, an adult Shrewsbury. 

" 14 Ann Bennet, an adult " 

Feb. 16 Samuel Crain, an adult " 

" Nancy " " " « 

Feb. 21 Michael, 

Ann Eliza, children of Josiah & Alary Ann Holmes . " 

Thomas, 

Mch. 9 Samuel Orlando, b. Nov. 5-1814 

Oscar \'alverde, b. July 21-1816 children of Samuel & Nancy Crain, 

Amanda-Esther, Shrewsbury. 

twins, b. Nov. 16-1820 
Azro Amander, 



207 



Mch. 28 Mersey Tilton, an adult 

adults 



Shrewsbury. 



Ap. 27 Eliza Pintard, 
Susan " 
Catharin " 



May 31 Edward Hartman, an adult " 

June 8 Abigail Mount, an adult • " 

Cynthia " " " 

July 6- Hannah Pintard " " " 

Oct. 6- \\'illiam Shreve " " " 

Dec. 20- Clementina, daughter of Josiah & Alary Ann Holmes, b. June 21-1823 " 

" 2^ Lydia Ruckles, wife of Thomas Shrewsbury. 



Marriages 1823 

Ap. 14 Benjamin Holmes to Sarah Alorlat 
Nov. 19- Samuel Pyle to Emeline Morford 
Dec. 4 Harry Thompson to Elizabeth Ann Dennis 



Shrewsbury. 



Burials 182^ 



Jan. 


I 


Mch. 


8 


Ap. 


18 


July 


— 


Aug. 


II 


Sep. 


2- 


(( 


6 


Oct. 


IS 


« 


19 



Capt. Edward Kearney 
a child of Joshua Robbins 
Jane Throckmorton 
Charles A. Chandler 
Airs. Hester Alorford 
Sarah, wife of Benj. Holmes 
Eleanor Hartman 
William Shreve 
John Throckmorton 



Aliddletown. 
Shrewsbury. 



Baptisms 1824 

John Ellsworth, June 27-son of Woodward & Hilah Dennis, b. Alav 7-1824. 
Matilda, " " dau. of Jacob & Eleanor Holmes, b. Feb. 6-1824. 



2o8 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Mary Henrietta, July 4-dau. of Rev. John & Eleanor Croes, b. May 29-1824. Shrewsbury. 

by Bishop Croes. 
Aug. I Eliza Rockliills, an adult Shrewsbury. 

" 29 Jane Fornian, dau. of Samuel & Sarah Thompson 



Marriages 1824 

Mch. 3 William English to Meribah Chandler Shrewsbury. 

" " Horatio Woodward to Clementina Lloyd Middletown. 

May 20 Jacob Corlis, Jr., to Mrs. Hannah L'stick Shrewsbury. 



Burials 1824 



Jan. I Sarah Mount Shrewsbury. 

Feb. 10 Mrs. Mary Dennis Freehold. 

Aug. 25 Abigail White Shrewsbury. 

Sep. I Jacob White 

by Croes. 



1824 Eli Wheeler, Rector. 



The old bell of Christ Church, Shrewsbury, N. J., was sent to a Santo Domingo Roman Catholic 
Church. There it remained until the Revolution that deposed Soulouque, when it was sent to New 
York by its captors, and bought by Mr. William Van Zant of Little Neck, L. I. It called the faithful 
to prayers, but a hill between the house of Mr. Van Zant and the church prevented him hearing it 
plainly, so he sold it to the Rev. Mr. Wheeler of Shrewsbury. It has a bas-relief of the fleur-de-lis, 
and date 1788. 



EPITAPHS FROM CHRIST CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), SHREWSBURY, N. J. 

Elizabeth Stelle [Epitaph obliterated; very old.] 

Edward, son of Gabriel & Elizabeth Stelle, died Nov. 15, 1730, aged 19 yrs. 6 mos. 9 days. 

Benjamin, son of do., died Nov. 14, 1719, in 3 yr. of his age. 

Elizabeth Steele, wife of Gabriel, died July 29, 1723, aged 38 yrs. 2 mos. i day. 

Samuel Parkman, born Mch. 24, 1863; died Mch. 9, 1871. 

Mary Seaman, wife of Anthony Reckless, died Sept. 18, 1883, aged 58 yrs. 

Anna Amelia, dau. of Francis & Helen Gingi, born Feb. 17, 1848; died Nov. 26, 1849. 

Thomas Campbell Cummins, son of James & Eleanor, died Aug. 10, 1813, in 28 yr. of age. 

William Cummins, died at Nazareth Hall, Penn., Mch. 23, 1852, in 12 yr. of age. 

J. Howard, son of Samuel T., & Abby Sleeper, died Sept. 20, 1862, aged 2 yrs. 4 mos. 11 days. 

Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas & Clemence Lloyd, died Nov. 18, 1821, aged 2^ yrs. 5 mos. 18 days. 

Clementina, dau. of do., died Sept. i, 1776, aged 18 mos. 

Clementina, dau. of do., died Sept. 26, 1794, aged 17 yrs. 6 mos. 

Clemence, dau. of do., died Dec. 23, 1797, aged 4 yrs. 

Thomas Lloyd, Junior, died Jan. 19, 1804, aged 33 yrs. 4 mos. 

Thomas Lloyd, died March 7, 1812, aged 70 yrs. 8 mos. 

Clemence, consort of Thomas Lloyd, died ]May 10, 181Q. aged 64 yrs. 3 mos. 

Sarah, dau. Thomas & Clemence Lloyd, died Dec. 14, 1862, aged 80 yrs. 

John, son of do., died Feb. 6, 1861, aged 80 yrs. 8 mos. 7 days. 

Elisha S. Lloyd, died Oct. 18, 1830, aged 46 yrs. 4 mos. 13 days. 

Clemence L., wife of Thomas Ingling, died June 15, 1852, aged 37 yrs. 2 mos. 24 days. 



EPITAPHS FROM CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 309 

Clenicncc, daii. of Thomas & Cleinoncc L. Iiigling, died Sept. 15, 1852, aged 5 mos. 5 daj's. 
S. Edwin, son of do., died May 15, 1854, aged 12 yrs. [Last three on one stone.J 

WilHam Kirten, died March 5, 1730/1, aged 50 yrs. 

" Stay Stay Spectator & Spend a tear 
Upon ye Dust wliich lyeth Slumbering here 
For as I am so you must be 
Therefore fly from sin & Think of me." 

Hannah Holmes, died Mch. 20, 1857, aged 67 yrs. 

Thomas Holmes of Middletown, died Dec. 14, 1828, aged 80 yrs. 

Samuel Holmes, died Uct. i, 1858, aged 70 yrs. 

Thomas Holmes, born July 24, 1819; died Feb. 14, 1S83. 

Thomas Holmes, son of George W., & Clementina Soden, died May 31, 1876, aged 18 yrs. 11 mos. 6 

days. 
Thomas Edward, son of do., died Nov. 12, 1856, aged 10 yrs. 9 mos. 6 days. 
George H., son of do., died Mch. 16, 1853, aged i yr. i mo. 18 days. 
Josiah T. Holmes, died Jan. 3, 1852, aged 70 yrs. 10 mos. i day. 
Ann Eliza Button, born April 11, 1817; died Mch. 18, 1847. 
Mary Ann, wife of Josiah T. Holmes, died May 27, 1832, aged 42 yrs. 9 mos. 
Hannah, relict of Thomas Holmes, died Oct. 11, ( ?) 1841, aged 98 yrs. 
b~!eanor, wife of Jacob R. Holmes, died Jan. 29, 1868. [Stone broken.] 
Jacob R. Holmes, died June 7, 1828, aged 46 yrs. 6 mos. 8 days. 
Ellen, 2'' wife of Jacob Holmes, died July 21, 1813, in 52 year of age. 
Jacob Holmes, died Nov. 14, 1820, in 76 year of age. 
Ann, i^"^ wife of Jacob Holmes, died Dec. 3, 1800, in 57 year of age. 
Mary, wife of Josiah Holmes, Jr., & dan. of Adrian & Elizabeth fjancker, died Mch. 23, 1804, aged 51 

yrs. 10 mos. 
Richard, son of Anthony & Lydia Holmes, died April i, 1811, aged 17 yrs. 9 mos. 8 days. 
Lydia, consort of Anthony Holmes, died April 6, 1842, aged 81 yrs. 6 mos. i day. 
Anthony Holmes, died Oct. 28, 1849, aged 88 yrs. 6 mos. 3 days. 
Hannah \'oorhes — [A baby stone.] 

Eleanor , [A broken stone, undecipherable, next to W"" White's.] 

Joseph A. Taylor, died Nov. 3, 1839, aged 61 yrs. 8 mos. 25 days. [Displaced.] 

George Finch, died Nov. 30, 1863, aged 64 yrs. 

Jacob White, died May 28, 1859, aged 76 yrs. 10 mos. 10 days. 

Abigail Holmes, wife of Jacob White, died Nov. 6, 1856, aged 78 yrs. 7 mos. 

Lucy White, wife of Ellas Chasey, died July 26, 1848, aged 35 yrs. 11 mos. 11 days. 

Eleanor, dau. of J. & H. \'oorhees, died Aug. 10, 1836, aged 28 yrs. 11 mos. 24 days. 

Anne, " " " " " died Aug. 29, 1833, aged 29 yrs. 7 mos. 6 days. 

Peter, son " " " " died in New Orleans, Aug. 28, 1833, aged 28 yrs. 3 mos. 2 days. 

Hannah, wife of Joseph Voorhees. died Feb. 5, 181 5, aged 41 yrs. i mo. 21 days. 

Joseph Voorhees, died Sept. 12, 1845, aged TJ yrs. 2 mos. i day. 

Jacob Voorhees, died July 4, 1846, aged 36 yrs. 8 mos. 23 days. 

Clemence, wife of Anthony Dennis, born Feb. 23, 1773; died May 3, 1810. 

Hannah, wife " " " " Jr., died Aug. 25, 1847, aged 40 yrs. 4 mos. 12 days. 

Charles Dennis, died .A.pril 17, 18^3, aged 46 yrs. i mo. 17 davs. 

Children of Charles & Elizabeth Dennis, viz : Lauretta, Charles, Anthony, Jan.e;*. 
On a small stone. 

J.icob Lvttleton White, aged 5 yrs. 11 mos. 

Jacob VVhite, aged 2 yrs. 4 mos. 

Russel, son of Littleton & Ann White, died Jan. 3, 1814, aged i yr. 9 mos. 

Robert R. White, died Sept. 16, 181 5, aged 62 yrs. 9 mos. 

Clements, wife of do., died Mch. 8, 1847, in ^■j year. 

Lyttleton White, born May 13, 1782; died March 13, 1851. 

Anna Holmes White, born Aug. 28, 1784 ; died Feb. 4, 1867. 



2IO HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Cordelia White, born May 13, 1819; died May 21, 1874. 

John Githens, died May 5, 1873, aged 72 yrs. 2 mos. 25 days. 

Caroline Morford, wife of do., died Dec. 11, 1850, aged 48 yrs. 7 mos. 3 days. 

Mary W., dau. of John & Caroline M. Githens, died July ?3, 1854, aged 19 yrs. 6 mos. 23 days. 

Maria Morford, died March 7, 1853, aged 71 yrs. 4 mos. 17 days. 

George T. Morford, died Oct. 20, 1827, aged 49 yrs. 8 mos. 17 days. 

Janet, wife of Thomas Morford, Jr., died June 7, 1833, aged 26 yrs. 27 days. 

'1 nomas Morford, born March 6, 1804 ; died Dec. 24, 1872. 

Hannah X'oorhees, wife of Thomas Morford, born Aug. 27, 1812; died Aug. 21, 1882. 

h'rances, dau. of Thomas Y. Morford, born June 29, 1847; died Aug. 14, 1848. 

Emma Frances, dau. of Thomas & Hannah V. Morford, born Mch. 4, 1850; died April 2, 1872. 

Charlotte, dau. of Joseph W., & Ann Morford, died .Sept. 30, 1812, aged 2 yrs. 6 mos. 13 days. 

Tilly, Sarah, John, Walter & Thomas Morford; have small tablets. 

Joseph \V. Morford, died Jan. 25, 1849, aged 42 yrs. 10 mos. 14 days. 

Louisa, wife of Gordon Dennis, died April 14, 1878, aged 64 yrs. 10 days. 

Gordon Dennis, died Nov. 9, 1868, aged 69 yrs. 8 mos. 27 days. 

Margaret, wife of John I. Clayton, died May 17, 1862, aged 61 yrs. 28 days. 

John I. Clayton, died Feb. 26, 1859, aged 79 yrs. i mo. 20 days. [Broken.] 

Joseph Dennis, died Sept. i, 1829, aged 67 yrs. i mo. 3 days. . 

Zilpha, wife of do., died March 27, 1852, aged 83 yrs. 

Gordon, son of Gordon & Louisa Dennis, died Sept. 24, 1837, aged i yr. 10 days. 

Mary Louisa, dau. of do., died Aug. 23, 1836, aged 29 days. 

Esther, wife of Jacob Dennis, died Sept. 21, 1850, aged 74 yrs. 

Jacob Dennis, died Dec. 6, 1840, aged 64 yrs. 7 mos. 22 days. 

Mary, wife of Jacob Dennis, died Feb. 6, 1824, aged 45 yrs. 10 mos. 6 days. 

Ann Eliza, dau. of Thaddeus & Mary Whitlock, of N. Y., died at Shrewsbury, N. J., 

July 31, 1833, aged 22 years. 
Mary, wife of Benj. White, of Shrewsbury, & dau. of Joseph & Joanna Morris, died 19 of 7 mo., 1807, 

aged 48 yrs. 9 mos. 29 days. 
Eugeney, son of W™ B., & Marye Allen, born Sept. 11, 1872; died Dec. 3, 1876. 
W" Barclay Allen, son of Joseph T., & Caroline M., born March 6, 1840; died July 24, 1874. 
Samuel Throckmorton, died July 21, 1758, aged 52 yrs. 17 days. 
Hartness " " died Aug. 22, 1760, aged 25 yrs. i day. 

Edmund T., son of Edmund W., & Sarah T. Allen, died June 12, 1819, aged 5 mos. 3 davs. 
Edmund W. Allen, M. D., born Aug. 14, 1788; died May 17, 1867. 
Sarah Throckmorton, wife of do., born Mch. 31, 1790; died Mch. 19, 1875. 
Hannah, wife of John P. White, died June 21, 1859, aged yj yrs. 8 mos. 27 days. 
Evelyn Louise, dau. of do., died Aug. 27, 1853, aged 4 mos. 23 days. 
Caroline White, born Nov. 7, 1841 ; died Dec. 16, 1871. 
Elisha White, born June 28, 1791 ; died April 20, 1868. 

Caroline, dau. of Elisha & Mary White, died Mch. 2, 1854. aged 26 yrs. 6 mos. 22 days. 
Almied, dau. of Forman & Lydia White, born Mch. 24. 1850; died Jan. 7, 1851. 
Ann Eliza, dau. of Elisha & Mary White, died Feb. 4, 1850, aged 25 yrs. 
Deborah Letson, died Alch. 24, 1856, aged 74 yrs. 8 mos. 3 days. 

Jane D. Morford, wife of Robert W. Parker, died June 12, 1876, aged 63 yrs. 6 mos. iS days. 
Elizabeth P. Barrows, died Mch. 19, 1865. 

Mehetable Hart, wife of Charles White, died Jan. 6, 1S83. [sic] 
Ann White, died Feb. 8. 1866, aged 78 yrs. 10 mos. 14 days. 
Asher White, born Mch. 4, 1797; died Feb. 4, 1873. 
Sarah Sickles, died June 23, 1875, aged ^2 yrs. 10 mos. 19 days. 
Laura, dau. of Forman & Lydia White, died June 29, 1868, aged 20 yrs. 22 days. 
Mary Wall, died April 25, 1866, aged 85 yrs. \ mo. 

Susan Wall, wife of James Schureman, died April 13, 1880, aged 95 yrs. 2 mos. 23 days. 
James Schureman, died May 11, 1877, aged 84 yrs. 2 mos. i day. 
Ann H. Seaman, died June 28, 1857, aged 29 yrs. 

Hannah Matilda, dau. of Peter B., & Mary E. Campbell, died Mch. 26, 1862, aged 5 yrs. 13 days. 
George, son of do., died June \(i, 1865, aged 3 days. 

Sarah E. Wheaton, wife of John Buckingham, died April 21, 1862, aged 42 yrs. i mo. 4 days. 
Willie, son of do., died Mch. 14, 1870, aged 9 yrs. i mo. 26 days. 



EPITAPHS FROM CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 211 

Samuel Dennis, died July 25, 1871, aged 75 yrs. 

William Henry Dennis, died Mch. 17, i860, aged 35 yrs. 8 mos. 16 days. 

Ann Matilda, wife of George Northam, died Dec. 18, 1861, aged 26 yrs. 17 days. 

Lydia Cook, wife of Assure Assur, died Mch. 11, 1871, aged 72 yrs. 4 mos. 4 days. 

Assure Assur, a native of Poland, born July 10, 1790 ; died July 12, 1854. 

Charles R. Brinley, died July 11, 1827, in 86 yr. 

Philip Edwards, died Feb. 21, 1739, aged 56 yrs. 

Geraldine, wife of Martin V. B. Evesson, died Nov. 14, 1877, aged 32 yrs. 5 mo. 

Melphia, dau. of John P., & Phebe White, died Sept. 10, 1875, aged 6 yrs. 6 mos. 

Edward Pitcher, born Aug. 4, 1793; died Aug. 29, 1S69. 

Hendrick Pool, died Dec. 3, 1818, aged 20 yrs. 9 mos. 21 days. 

Margaret, wife of George Pool, died Feb. 17, 1829, aged 58 yrs. 4 mos. 23 days. 

Margaret Smith, dau. of Edward & Jane S. Pitcher, died Dec. 12, 183 1, aged i yr. 10 mos. 6 days. 

Margaret Jane, " " " died Dec. 16, 1834, aged 2 yrs. 10 mos. 3 days. 

Daniel Taber, died July 7, 1801, aged 62 yrs. 

Sarah, consort of the late Daniel Taber, died July 19, 1S31, in 85 year. 

John Webley, died 1775, aged 82 yrs. 

Elizabeth Webley, died 1762, aged 67 yrs. [Badly scaled.] . 

Mary, wife of Samuel Throckmorton, born Oct. 6, 1806; died Oct. 8, 1876. 

Samuel Throckmorton, born Mch. 10, 1798; died Oct. 10, 1880. 

Jonathan Slocum, died 1783, aged 51 years. [ ?] 

Mary, w^ife of do., died April 3, 1809, aged 78 yrs. 

Thomas Slocom, died April 20, 1814, in 45 year. 

Ann, wife of Asher Brinley, died Aug. 8, 1821, aged 45 years. 

Mary J., wife of William Russell, died Nov. 20, 1875, aged 45 years. 

Dene Shorts, died Dec. 16, 1879, aged 62 years. 

Sally Bennett, died May 29, 1873, aged 87 yrs. i mo. 13 days. 

Agnes " " died Nov. 17, i860, aged 89 yrs. 9 mos. 

Ann " " died July 22, 1825, in 78 year. 

Rev. Harry Finch, born April 2, 1797; died Feb. 14, 1864. Rector of Christ Church 1830 to 1863. 

Charlotte A., his wife, born July 10, 1802; died Sept. 3, 1854. [On one stone.] 

Henry, son of Rev. Harry & Charlotte A. Finch, died Oct. 8, 1836, aged 5 yrs. 4 mos. 

Willie, " " " " " " died Nov. 9, i860, aged 18 yrs. 3 mos. 17 days. 

Elizabeth, wife of John Johnson, died Aug. 28, 1S78, aged 58 yrs. 5 mos. 20 days. 

Thomas Johnson, died Dec. 28, 1874, aged 60 yrs. 6 days. 

John Johnson, died July 10, 1852, in 76 year. 

William Frederick, son of David F., & Ann Amelia Baker, died April 10, 1844, aged i yr. 10 mos. 29 

days. 
Susan Throckmorton, dau. of Job & Mary, died April 20, 1792, aged 35 yrs. 10 mos. 21 days. 
George H. Allen, son of George L., & Anna, died Aug. 21, 1851, aged 34 yrs. 4 mos. 17 days. 
George L. Allen, son of George & Lydia, died Oct. 9, 1855, aged y^i ys. 10 mos. 25 days. 
Anna Allen, wife of George L., died June 8, 1875, aged 84 yrs. 9 mos. 3 days. 
Gideon W. Allen, son of Geo. L., & Anna, died Feb. 6, 1858, aged 28 yrs. 

Forman Throckmorton, son of Joseph & Margaret, died Feb. 3, 1852, aged 51 yrs. 3 mos. 27 days. 
Sarah, dau. of Samuel & Mary Throckmorton, died June 3, 1756, aged 26 yrs. 3 mos. 15 days. 
John, son " " " " " died Aug. 20, 1749, aged 2 yrs. 3 mos. 13 days. 

Job Throckmorton, died April 23, 1748, aged 33 yrs. 11 mos. 29 days. 

Catharine Throckmorton, wife of W™ Van Hook, born May 20. 179.=^: died Mch. 31, 1852. 
Jane, wife of Peter R. Roach. & dau. of W"' & Catharine Throckmorton, died June 22, 1832, aged 29 yrs. 

9 mos. [ ?] 
Thomas, son of Joseph & Mary Throckmorton, died Sept. 15, 1764, aged 28 days. 
Jane, dau. of " " " died Oct. 25, 1749, aged i yr. 7 mos. — days. 

Joseph, " " " died Aug. 5, 1800, aged 48 yrs. 9 mos. 2 days. 

Margaret, widow of Jose]3h Throckmorton, died June 2, 1817, aged 31 yrs. 5 mos. 27 days. 
Samuel, son of Joseph & Mary Throckmorton, died Sept. 21, 1804, aged 45 yrs. 10 mos. 27 days. 
William, " " " " " born Jan. 31, 1761 ; died Sept. 2. 1830. 

Sarah Forman. widow of Jonathan & dau. of John 'i'hrockmorton, Esq., died July 11, 1787, aged 59 

yrs. 6 mos. 24 days. 



2i2 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Mary, 2'' wife of W™ Green, died Sept. i, 1802, in 45 year. 

Ann, wife of Gen'l James Green, died Sept. 21, 1831, aged 77 yrs. 10 mos. 11 days. 

Maj. Gen'l Green, died Sept. 14, 181 1, aged 61 yrs. 4 mos. 2;^ days. 

William Green, son of late Gen'l James Green, died Sept. 7, 1812, aged ^J yrs. 10 mos. 

Edney, wife of Charles C. Lyon, died Nov. 20, 1844, aged 72 yrs. 

Maria Morton, died April 12, 1862, aged 70 yrs. 

Emeline Morton, died April 9, 1883. 

Timothy, son of Josiah & Zilpha Halstead, died Feb. 22, 1747-8, aged 7 mos. 14 days. 

Maxtelia, dau. of Josiah & Ann Halstead, died }vlch. 13, 1760, aged 6 mos. 19 days. 

Mary, dau. of Zilpha Halstead, died Feb. 6, 1761, aged 15 yrs. 4 mos. 20 days. 

Zilpha, wife of Josiah Halstead, died Jan. 7, 1754, aged 30 years. 

Ann, wife of Josiah Halstead, died Nov. 14, 1760, aged 28 yrs. i mo. 23 days. 

Margery, wife of Timothy Halstead, died Feb. 26, 1747-8, aged 55 yrs. 5 mos. 

Mary, dau. of Paul cS: Phebe Hill, of Shrewsbury, died May 11, 1738, aged 3 yrs. 2 mos. — days. 

Richard, son of Mr. Richard & Mrs. Mary Rogers, died Sept. i, 1742, aged 15 yrs. 10 mos. 2 days. 

Edmund, son of Joseph F., & Margaret Throckmorton, born June 6, 1792; died Sept. 26, 1866. 

Susanna, wife of Edmund Throckmorton, born May 11, 1794; died Aug. 30, 1875. 

Edmund R., son of Samuel R., & Susanna Throckmorton, died April 5, 1842, aged 2 yrs. 18 days. 

William, " " " " " died Feb. iS, 1835, aged 3 days. 

Charles, " " " " " died Dec. 6, 183 1, aged 2 yrs. 28 days. 

Hannah Tompkins, dau. of Edmund & Susanna Throckmorton, died Mch. 8, 1858, aged 27 ys. 5 mos. 

Ursula, consort of Joseph Phillips, Esq., died Sept. 15, 1824, in 62 year. [ ?] 

Joseph Phillips, Esq., Counsellor at Law, &c., died Aug. i, 1820, aged 34 yrs. 9 mos. [ ?] 

Jesse Dennis, died May 15, 1833, aged 46 yrs. 7 mos. 16 days. 

Eliza Louiza, wife of James \\\ Conover, died April 16, 1867, aged 33 yrs. 

Anastatia Leonard, dau. of Samuel & j\Iary, died Jan. 20, 1790, aged 40 yrs. 11 mos. 20 days. 

Sarah " " " " died June 7, 1761, aged 25 yrs. 5 mos. 

Lucy " " " " died April 4, 1791, aged 40 yrs. 2 mos. 7 days. 

Dunbar Sansbury, died ]\Ich. 27. 1868, aged 54 yrs. 9 mos. 12 days. 

Mary " " died June 30, 1875, aged 78 yrs. 25 days. 

James Throckmorton, died Dec. 17, 1838, in 84 year. 

Frances, wife of do., died Mch. 19, 181 3, aged 56 yrs. 4 mos. 5 days. 

Anthony Dennis, died May 21, 1813, aged 83 yrs. 2 mos. 

Hannah, wife of do., died May 24, 1799, aged 48 yrs. 3 mos. 

Theophulous, son of Jesse & Eliza Dennis, died July 18, 1828, aged i yr. 5 mos. 10 days. 

Jesse, son of do., died Dec. 26, 1831, aged i yr. 4 mos. 16 days. 

Mary, dau. of Sanniel & Mary Leonard, died Feb. 11, 1807, aged 66 yrs. 11 mos. 26 days. 

Mary, wife of Samuel Leonard, died Dec. 16, 1782, aged 66 yrs. 8 mos. 

Samuel, son of Henry & Sarah Leonard, died May 13, 1790, aged 79 yrs. 3 mos. 14 days. 

Susanah Pylee, wife of Rev. Samuel, & dau. of Samuel & Mary Leonard, died Jan. 13, 1813, aged 59 

yrs. 19 days. 
Cornelia, wife of Robert White, died Oct. it, 1830. aged 53 yrs. 10 mos. 11 days. 
'Eliza A. Stoutenborough, died Mch. 31. 1866, aged 66 yrs. 

James H., son of Stephen & Hannah Stoutenborougli, died May 7, 1814, aged i yr. 6 mos. 12 days. 
Stephen Stoutenborough, died Feb. 20, 1818, aged 47 yrs. 2 mos. 20 days. 

Hannah Lawrence, wife of Stephen Stoutenborough, died Dec. i, 1849, aged 72 vrs. 8 mos. 4 days. 
John L., son of Stephen & Hannah Stoutenborough, died Dec. 22, 1850, aged 47 yrs. 2 mos. 6 days. 

Johannah, dau. " " " " died May 27, 1844, aged 30 yrs. 9 mos. 23 days. 

Stephen Henry, son " " " " died Aug. 24, 1828, aged 20 yrs. 2 mos. 20 days. 

Margaret, dau. " " " " died June 15, 1838, aged 42 yrs. 4 mos. 3 days. 

Mary, wife of Charles Burk & dau. of " born Mch. 20, 1794 ; died Jan. 18, 1836. 

Elizabeth De Haert, died Feb. 3, 1850, aged 84 yrs. 3 mos, 19 days. 
Elizabeth Vaughton, died Mch. 7, 1800, aged 84 vrs. 5 mos. 20 days. 
Mary Wessells, widow of Peter, died Jan. 18, 1816, aged 87 yrs. 3 mos. 14 days. 
Margaret Dobbs, born Oct. 6, 1712; died Dec. 6, 181 1. 
Mauritz De Haert. died Aug. 18, 1794. aged 76 3rs. 9 mos. 18 davs. 
Susannah, wife of Mauritz De Haert, died May 14, 1780, aged 55 yrs. 5 mos. 5 days. 
Balthazar De Haert, born Jan. 29, 1751; died Fel). 8, 1830. 
Mauritz De Haert, died Aug. 13, 1841, aged 88 yrs. 3 mos. 9 days. 



EPITAPHS FROM CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 2,3 

Elizabeth Crossley, died Oct. 4, 1839, aged j}, yrs. 

James Stillvvell, died Dec. 26, 1826, aged 59 yrs. 11 nios. 26 days. 

Margaret, wife of James Stillwell, and dau. of Thomas & Charity White, died April 25, 1825, aged 63 

yrs. 3 mos. 
Charlotte Schott. dau. of Lewis & Ann C. Switzer, born Nov. i, 1847; died Aug. 31, 1849. 
Asher T. Haggerty, died Nov. 23, 1865, aged 79 yrs. 6 mos. 15 days. 
Susan, wife of " died July 10, 1864, aged 68 yrs. 9 mos. 17 days. 
Jarret Haggerty, died Aug. 2, 1858, aged 61 yrs. 6 mos. 29 days. 
Edward Parry, son of Edward & Rebecca, died Feb. 20, 1859, aged 31 years. 
Mary, wife of John Haggerty, died Mch. 7, 1848, aged 88 yrs. 4 mos. 26 days. 
John Haggerty, died Jan. 22, 1822, aged 64 yrs. 9 mos. 9 days. 
Col. John Redford, died July 16, 1764, aged 59 yrs. 5 mos. 
John G. Kunn, born May 14, 1814; died Feb. 26, 1885. 
Louise, only daughter of Charles & Abigail Drummond Braeutigan, died Jan. 21, 1878, aged 2,- years 

& 10 months. 
Rachel Drummond, wife of Edmund West, born Dec. 25, 1803 '' died Sept. 23, 1880. 
Edmund West, born March 9, 1791 ; died May 8, 1885. 

Jane Tyson, daughter of Barn't & Mary, born Oct. 2, 1795; died July 31, 1818. 
David Tyson, son of " " " born Nov. 4, 1798; died Oct. 26, 1837. 

Mary, wife of Barnt Tyson, born March 4, 1773; died Aug. 22, 1853. 
Barnt Tyson, born Sept. 12, 1770; died Sept. 8, 1865. 
Lucy G., wife of Edmund T. Williams & daughter of W™ & Lucy W. Carpender, born Nov. 2, 181 1 ; died 

Aug. 29, 1879. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Edward & Catharine Grant, died Dec. 18, 1831 ; aged 38 years, 2 mos. 26 days. 
Catharine Waite, granddaughter of Edward & Catharine Grant; died Sept. 28, 1800, aged 4 years & 7 

mos. 
Martha Grant, died July 23, 1812, aged 27 years & 4 mos. 

Edmund Butler Thomas Grant, a native of England, died Nov. 26, 1825 ; aged 72 years & 2 mos. 
Catharine, relict of above, died June 27, 1835, aged T/ years & 8 mos. 

Lucy W. Carpender, relict of William, died Oct. 23, 1845, in 69 year of age; and on the same stone the 
following : 

Sarah C. Carpender, daughter of W" & Lucy W., born May 4, 1818; died Aug. 8, 1887. 
John Carpender, died May 6, 1862, in 64 year of age. 

Commodore Edward W. Carpender, U. S. N., died May 16, 1877, in 81 year of age. 
Susan Coleman Carpender, wife of above, died Aug. 18, 1872, in 55 year of age. 

John H. Pemberton, born in Burton, Eng., April 24, 1799; died March 13, 1875. 
Catharine, widow of Jacob Remsen, died July 20, 18 14, aged 81 years, 10 mos. 15 days. 
Hannah, daughter of Joseph & Huldah Saltar, born Dec. 7, 1770; died Aug. 12, 1855. 
Elizabeth, " " " " " " Sept. 11, 1764; " Aug. 12, 1849. 

Sarah, " " " " " " April 13, 1761 ; " Sept. 27, 1840. 

Margaret, " " " " " " April 9, 1769; " Aug. 21, i860. 



Eleanor R. Croes, daughter of Rev. John & Eleanor, born July 16, 1821 ; died Dec. 23, 1845. 

Rev. John Croes, A. M., eldest son of the Right Rev. John Croes, D. D., born Sept. 22, 1787; died Aug. 

18, 1849. Forty years a minister of the church of Christ in the diocese of New Jersey. 

Erected by Christ Church, of which he was a rector 13 years. 
Eleanor, wife of above & daughter of Rulcf & Catharine Van Mater, born May i, 1791 ; died Aug. 23, 

1869. 
Sarah, wife of Joseph Mount, died Sept. 30, 1823, aged 55 years & 6 days. 
Benjamin B. Sherman, born Nov. 8, i8to: died May 2, 1885. 
Catharine Lewis, born Alav 7, 1787: died Sept. 30', 1874. 
Dr. John P. Lewis, born Oct. i, 1788; died Feb. 26, 1861. 
Elizabeth W. White, born Nov. 17, 1817; died Aug. 29, 1881. 



214 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Benjamin C. White, born Jan. 14, 1814; died Feb. 26, 1882. 

Daniel Walworth, Esq., member N. Y. Bar, died Jnne y, 1843, aged 28 years. 

John West, died May 19, 1871, aged 7(3 years, 4 mos. 14 days. 

Angeline, wife of John H. West, died Mch. 19, 1806, aged 59 years, 8 mos. 4 days. 

Rebecca M. West, born Sept. 25, 182 1 ; died Nov. 24, 1876. 

William G. West, born July 2^, 1807; died Nov. 21, 1874. 

Elisha West, born Dec. 23, 1780; died April i, 1855. 

Rachel Green, wife of above, born Sept. 15, 1782; died March 23, 1855. 

James H. West, son of Gabriel & Sarah, born Dec. 9, 1833 ; died March 14, 1864. 

Sarah, wife of Gabriel West, died April 21, 1874, aged 80 years, 8 mos. 16 days. 

Gabriel West, died Nov. 7, 1877, aged 85 years i mo. 15 days. 

Daniel W., son of Lewis & Mary VVest, died Nov. 9, 1848, aged 19 years, 10 mos. 10 days. 

Lewis West, died Oct. 28, 1848, aged 67 years, 6 mos, 5 days. 

Mary, wife of above, died Oct. 3, 1848, aged 49 years. 

Christina, daughter of Cornelius & Jane Hegeman, died Sept. 25, 1784, aged 2 years, 10 mos. 18 days. 

Elizabeth, wife of Edward West, died Nov. 15, 1864, aged 66 years & 25 days. 

Alfred, son of Daniel & jNIary West, died May 28, i860, aged 25 years & 12 days. 

D' Joseph Wing West, died Nov. 19, 181 1, aged 24 years, 6 mos. 3 days. 
The valuable Doctor W^est 
By many was lamented. 
It was the Lord's will to call him 
And we nuist be contented. 

Ann, wife of James West, died May 28, 1773, aged 44 years? 
James West, died Jan. 10, 1788, aged 57 years & i mo. 
John West, died March 14, 1829, aged '/'] years & 4 days. 
James " " Jan. i, 1831, aged 51 years, 11 mos. 24 days. 
Revo " " Aug. 22, 1833, aged 33 years, 4 mos. 23 days. 
Meribah " wife of John, died Jan. 23, 1835, aged 76 years & 4 mos. 
jThrockmorton Allaire, died Feb. 12, 1866, aged 57 years, i mo. 3 days. 
'Sarah Lounsbury, died April 9, 1866, aged 51 years, i mo. 2 days. 
John Gaudu, born Nov. 6, 1801 ; died Oct. 12, 1842. 
William Wood, died Sept. 22, 1836, aged 64 years, 9 mos. 12 days. 
John Hart, of Barnard Castle, Eng., died Oct. 29, 1805, aged about 46 yrs. 
Hannah More Moore, died May 25, i860, aged 33 years. 
Jane Locke " " Sept. ij|, 1851, aged 27 years. 

Henry Moore, died April 15, 1867, aged 76 years. 
Jane " wife of above, died Jan. 10, 1864, aged 73 years. 

Content C. Hart, wife of John H. Lewis, died Nov. 14, 1858, aged 33 years, 7 mos. 14 days. 
Maria, wife of Abram C. King, died March 12, 1852, aged 37 years, 8 mos. 20 days. 
Charlotte Augusta, daughter of Abraham & Maria King, died Sept. 1, 1837, aged 2 yrs. 3 mos. 24 days. 
Elizabeth Ann, daughter of John h yVbigail Hildreth, died Dec. 15, 1856, aged 19 years, 10 mos. 3 days. 
Lewis RfKnight, died Aug. 18, 1810, aged 57 years & 6 mos. 
Franklin Goodwin, born March 17, 1815; died May 13, 1882. 
John C. Cochran, died April 1, 1855, aged 83 years, i mo. 11 days. 
Ann, wife of above, died July 6, 1830, aged 71 years. 

Catharine, daughter of Samuel & Hannah Tilton, died Dec. 20, 1869, aged 58 years. 
William Pintard, died March 3, 1809, aged 75 years. 
Hannah " wife of above, died Feb. 18, 1792, aged 50 years. 

Samuel " son of W"" & Hannah, died Oct. 7, 1833, aged 71 years & 23 days. 

Hannah " wife of John, died Dec. 21, 1842, aged 74 years, 2 mos. 24 days. 

John " died Aug. 19, 1856, aged "/"j years. 

Hannah " " Feb. 3, 1863, aged 57 " 4 mos. 29 days. 

William " " Jan. 27, 1852, " 75 " 8 mos. 

William " " Nov. 8, 1850, " 49 " 4 mos. 

Elizabeth " wife of William, died Sept. 27, 1838, aged 34 years, 8 mos. 10 days. 
Glencross " died April 28, 1835. aged 68 years. " 
Catharine " wife of Glencross, died March 30, 1869, aged 87 years. 



EPITAPHS FROM CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 215 

Deborah Wall, wife of Samuel Pintard, died Oct. 12, 1847, aged 80 yrs. 11 mos. 21 days. 

Herbert Coleman, born Nov. 15, 1808; died Nov. 11, i8()8. 

Ann Pintard, wife of above, born May 30, 1813; died March 10, 1872. 

Caroline P. Whitlock, died Nov. 5, 1873, in 58 year of age. 

Ann, daughter of William & Hannah Pintard, died Aug. 5, 1819, in 48 year of age. 

John, son of Samuel & Hannah Tilton, died March 18, 1820, aged 17 years, 11 mos. 6 days. 

Hannah, consort of Samuel Tilton, died April 20, 1842, aged 58 years, 8 mos. i day. 

Samuel Tilton, son of Clayton & Catharine, died May 7, 1861, aged 84 years, 4 mos. i day. 

Susan " 2* wife of above, died Oct. 28, 1864, aged 68 years. 

Charlotte A., wife of Charles W. Scott, died Oct. i, 1845, aged 24 years & 4 mos. Also her son Thomas 

Alphonso M'Gladc, Jr., died July 7, 1884, aged 39 years, 10 mos. 11 days. 
Stephen Thorne, born Nov. 9, 1790; died Dec. 2, 1859. 

Richard Hatfield, son of Richard & Sarah K., born April 16, 1820; died Dec. 12, 1857. 
Sarah K. Hatfield, born Nov. 2, 1792 ; died April 19, 1857. 
Susan Kippin, died Aug. 29, 1854, aged 90 years, 3 mos. 9 days. 
Dorathy Moir, died Oct. 11, 1842, aged 62 years. 

Henrietta Delphine De H entash, died Alch. 22, 1846, aged 16 years & 6 mos. 
Hannah, wife of Shcpard Ivollock, died Mch. 20, 1853, aged 36 years, 11 mos. 29 days. 
Isabel Cochran, born May 22, 1800; died Sept. 13, 1857. 
Mary O. Schriver, died Aug. 24, 1847, aged 87 years & 9 mos. 
John Williamson, died Mch. 22, 1839, aged 81 years, 9 mos. i day. 
Sarah, relict of above, died Sept. 2, 1843, aged 79 years, 11 mos. 21 days. 
David Williamson, born Oct. 15, 1786; died June 29, 1874. 
Phebe, wife of above, born Mch. 23, 1805 ; died Sept. 4, 1885. 
Abigal, wife of James Rusell, died Sept. 8, 1761, in 44 year of age. 
James Rusell, died Aug. 24, 1761, in 43 year of age. 



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In the body of the church beneath the carpet, 
are three stones : 



Theodosius Bartow, died Oct. 5, 1746, aged 34 years, 7 mos. 9 days. 

Henry Leonard, son of Henry & Euphamia, died April 10, 1761, aged 5 years & 5 mos. 
Elizabeth Ashfield, wife of the Hon. Lewis Morris Ashfield, died Nov. 30, 1762, aged ^^ years, 2 mos. 
16 days. 

Lucy, dau. of John M., & Eliza Lippincott, died Sept. 15, 1856, aged 6 months. 

Anne, " " " " " " died Jan. 15, 1848, aged 15 months, 26 days. 

Rachel Boyce, dau. of John & Joanna, born N. Y., July 6, 1792; died Shrewsbury, Mch. 9, 1844. 

Benjamin S. Lippincott, born Oct. 6, 1815; died Nov. 22, 1870. 

Rachel Elizabeth, dau. of W. L. & H. A. Lippincott, died June 3, 1841, aged 14 yrs. 3 mos. 26 days. 

Hannah Ann, wife of W" L. Lippincott, died May 3, 1877, aged 86 yrs. 10 mos. 5 days. 

W. L. Lippincott, died Jan. 19, 1836, aged 65 yrs. 6 mos. 25 days. 

Hannah Maria, dau. of W. L. & H. A. Lippincott, died July 29, 1832, aged 9 yrs. 2 mos. 2. days. 

W. Lippincott, died July 18, 1803, aged 58 yrs. i mo. 

Amelia Lippincott, died Jan. 28, 1849. aged 96 yrs. 

Amelia " relict of Abraham Lines, died May 25, 1873, aged 88 yrs. 4 mos. i day. 

Amelia Ann Godet, died at Bermuda, Mch. 26, 1843, aged 13 mos. 20 days. 

Amelia " died N. Y., Jan. 9, 1845, 4 mos. 9 days ; both daus. of Amelia & Henry H. Godet. 

Amelia Ann, wife of Henry H. Godet, born July 3, 1819; died May 15, i860. 

Henry Hunt Godet, died May 4, 1876, aged 62 years. 

James W. Godet, born Sept. 18, 1852 [1832?] ; died Dec. 4, 1877. 

W" Henry Lines, son of Abraham & Amelia, born Jan. 30, 1805 ; died Mch. 9, 1859. 

Jerusha, wife of Abraham Holmes, died Jan. 21, 1833, aged 47 yrs. 3 mos. 12 days. 

Abraham Holmes, died Oct. 31, 1818, aged 47 years. 6 mos. 6 days. 

Jacob Holmes, died Oct. 11, 1829, aged 32 years. 3 mos. 

John Lambert Holmes, died Sept. 18, 1832, aged 21 yrs. 10 mos. 12 days. 

Jacob, son of /\braham & Grace Holmes, died Dec. ig. 1840, aged 2 mos. 24 days. 

John Lambert Holmes, son of do., died Jan. 26, 185 1, aged 3 mos. 25 days. 

Charles W. Holmes, died Aug. 26, 1871, aged 25 yrs. 6 mos. 17 days. 



2i6 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Abraham " " June 28, 1873, " 59 yrs. 10 wios. 25 days. 

Elizabeth " " Jan. 25, 1867, " 79 " 10 mos. 20 days. 

Taylor Haggerty, died Feb. 7, 1872, aged 83 yrs. 10 mos. 12 days. 

Clemence Holmes, wife of Taylor Haggerty, died Dec. 19, 1871. 82 yrs. 12 days. 

Emma, wife of B. Franklin, died May 23, 1884, aged 60 years. 

Rebecca S., widow of Charles Windsor, born June 13, 1799; died Nov. 8, 18S0. 

Maria L., dau. of John W., & Augusta Parker, died Sept. 17, 1862, aged i yr. 5 mos. 

f^ideon A., son of do., died Jan. 20, i8(x), aged 12 da\s. 

George Douglass, son of George D., & Susan H. Tallnian, died Aug. 8, 1875, aged 3 wks. 

Freddie, son of Frederick & Alargaret Beihl, died June 8, 1S69, aged i yr. 4 mos. & 8 days. 

Anne E., dau. of Lyttleton & Mary White, born Feb. 22, 1855 ; died June 8, 1880. 

William Otis, born July i, 1848; died Mch. 5, 1877. 

Robert Drummond, born Aug. 28, 1808; died Sept. i, 1862. 

Mary E. Parker, died lo"* mo. i'"' day 1857, aged 5 mos. 

Mary A. 8 mo. 7 " 1855, " 3 yrs. 3 mos. 

Ann Webley, died 1789, aged 61 years. 

Susan M. r3egraw, died Sept. 26, 1871, aged 70 yrs. 

Jane Ann, wife of W" L. Borden, died July 25, 1879, aged 72 yrs. 

William L. Borden, died June 2, 1875, aged 78 yrs. 

James A. Borden, born 5 of 10 mo. 1842; died 27 of 4 mo. 1857. 

Michael Casey, a native of Ireland, born in the year 1756. Emigrated to this coimtry 

1786, & died April 10, 1841, at his residence at Long Branch. 

Elizabeth Casey, consort of Michael Casey, died Jan. 18, 18.11, aged 75 yrs. 28 days. 

Lienor, wife of Brittan L. Bennett, died May 13, 1853, aged 62 yrs. 8 mos. 

Brittan L. Bennett, died Sept. 8, 1851, aged 50 yrs. 5 mos. 27 days. 

Edward Bennett, died Feb. 26, 181 8, aged 76 years. 

Mary Jane, dau. of JefTerson & Mary Ann Hillyer, died July 17, 1865, aged 11 mos. 20 days. 

Lucy A., dau. of Robert & Mary White, died Oct. 31, 1857, aged 3 yrs. 7 mos. 15 days. 

William H., son " " " " " " Oct. 16, 1857, " 6 yrs. i mo. 7 days. 

George, " " " " " " Oct. 8, 1857, aged 19 yrs. 

Elizabeth, wife of John Sheriff, died Sept. 13, 1857, aged 39 yrs. i mo. 9 days. 

Lucy, wife of Ephraim Sheriiif, died Dec. 21, 1862, aged 65 yrs. 

Isabel Leonard, died Nov. 24, 1846, aged 53 years. 

William N. Little, died Nov. 8, 1837, aged 25 yrs. i mo. 4 days. 

Anna, dau. of James & Ellen OBrien, died Jan. 18, 1850, aged 6 mos. 2 days. 

Bridget, dau. of Patrick & Mary OBrien, died April 11, 1850, aged 8 yrs. 5 mos. 13 days. 

Halsted Wainwright. died Jan. 18, 1818, aged 47 yrs. 3 mos. 

Catharine, relict of " " died June 25, 1844, aged 67 yrs. 9 mos. 4 days. 

Job, son of George & Susannah Coley, died Aug. 15, 1837, aged 14 yrs. 6 mos. 

Joseph," " " " " died Aug. 22, 1858, aged 21 yrs. i mo. 28 days. 

George Coley, died Aug. 4, 1871, aged 62 yrs. 

John Chad wick, died Oct. 26, 1830, aged 5 mos. 28 days. 

Catharine " " Sept. 5, 1835, " 3 yrs. 7 mos. 3 days. 

Elizabeth " " Oct. 3, 1835, " 6 yrs. 8 mos. 10 days. 

John " " Oct. 6, 1835, " I yr. 3 mo. 

Sarah, wife of Job Throckmorton, died Feb. 3, 1743-4, aged 83 yrs. 8 mos. 6 days. 

Eliza, dau. of the late William Throckmorton, died Oct. 29, 1S35. 

John Throckmorton, died Oct. 31, 1741, aged 33 yrs. 2 mos. 21 days. 

Mary, wife of do., died Feb. 3, 1739, aged about .^9 years. 

Hartshorne White Throckmorton, son of John & Margaret, died Mch. 3, 1801, aged 17 mos. 28 days. 

Joseph Throckmorton, son of John & Mary, died Nov. 12, 1800, aged 80 yrs. 3 mos. 24 days. 

Mary, wife of Joseph Throckmorton, died Aug. 7, 1766, aged 41 yrs. i mo. 21 days. 

John, son of John & Margaret Throckmorton, died April 12, 1812, aged 32 yrs. 11 mos. 6 days. 

Lydia, wife of John Throckmorton, died Oct. 30, 1838, aged 56 yrs. 

Joseph Throckmorton, died 1759, aged 65 yrs. 11 mos. 22 days. 

Mary Clayton, died April 10, 1848. 

Deborah Patterson, dau. of George & Charlotte A. Klots, died Jan. 13, 1848, aged 9 yrs. 3 days. 

Jane Morford, " " " " died Aug. 11, 1833, aged i yr. 8 mos. 6 days. 



EriTAPHS FROM CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 217 

Here lieth in hopes of a joyful resurection the body of Samuel Dennis who came from G. B. to this 
place A. D. 1675 & lived here to the day of his death which was the 7 of June 1723, 72 years 6 mos. leav- 
ing issue 2 sones & 3 daughters by his only wife Increase who departed this life 28 years before him. 

John Dennis died Feb. 5, 1847, aged 78 yrs. 6 mos. 12 days. 

Elizabeth Hartshorne, wife of Joseph T. Allen, born Aug. 15, 1813; died Dec. 23, 1874. 

Sarah Maria, dau. of Jacob C, & Juliana Parker, born Dec. 2, 1848; died Dec. 24, 1853. 

Anna, " " " " " born Nov. 17, 1846; died July 25, 1853. 

Jacob C. Parker, horn Nov. 17, 1816; died Aug. 25, 1855. 

Alfred Lippencott, born Oct. a, 1808; died Aug. 28, 1884. 

Eliza Ann, wife of do., born April 12, 1812; died Feb. 9, 1881. 

Jacob Lippencott, died Mch. 31, 1850, aged 84 years. 

Mary, wife of do., died Sept. 23, 1844, aged 74 yrs. i mo. 21 days. 

George, son of Jacob & Mary Lippencott, died Nov. 22, 1826, aged 28 yrs. 9 mos. 

Obadiah \V. West, died Dec. 31, 18(^)9, aged 67 yrs. i mo. 21 days. 

Mary A., wife of do., died May 26, 1852, aged 48 yrs. 25 days. 

Obadiah, son of Obadiah & Mary Ann West, died Oct. 9, 1847, aged 5 yrs. 4 mos. 21 days. 

Rev. Eli Wheeler, born Aug. 30, 1789; died Mch. 14, 1861. 

Clarina, wife of do., born Jan. 22, 1782; died Mch. 15, 1855. 

Edmund T. Allen, son of Ednumd W., & Sarah T., born June 12, 1821 ; died Feb. 22, 1884. 

Edward B. Poole, born March 31, 1786; died April 6, 1865. 

Mariame, wife of do., died May i, 1875, aged 74 yrs. 

Mary Catharine, dau. of Taylor & Clenience liaggerty, died April 25, 1847, aged 31 yrs. i mo. 19 days. 

William White, son of Samuel & Ann Whitney, died Dec. 14, 1845, aged 8 yrs. 

Francis Lydia, dau. of " " " " " Mch. 13, 1842, " 17 yrs. 2 mos. 3 days. 

J. Addison, son of " " " " " July 24, 1845, " 16 years. 

Samuel Whitney, died April 30, 1846, aged 55 years. 

.Vnn H. " wife of Samuel, died Aug. i, 1866, aged 71 years. 

Joseph A. Taylor, born Feb. 9, 1775; died Nov. 3, 1839. 

Caroline W. Holmes, relict of Jos. A. Taylor, & late wife of Joseph M. Smith, died July 25, 1881. 

Jacob Van Winkle, born Aug. 25, 1805; died Nov. 14, 1876, aged /2 years. 

Alary Morford, dau. of Col. Abram Osborn, died April 14, 1872, aged 61 yrs. 3 mos. 21 days. 

Mary L., dau. of Austin W., & Mary Morford, died July 21, 1852, aged 15 yrs. 9 mos. 20 days. 

Rebecca, relict of Thomas Morford, died May 15, 1858, aged yj years. 

Thomas Morford, died Feb. 19, 1856, aged 81 yrs. 

" May 4, 1818, " 74 yrs. 6 mos. 24 days. 
Esther, wife of Thomas Morford, died Aug. 9, 1823, aged 85 years. 
Henry Hobart Morford. born July 23, 1837; died Mch. 15, 1855. 
Jarrett Morford, born May 3, 1781 ; died Sept. 21, 1865. 
Catharine C, wife of do., born Feb. 28, 1798; died Jan. 14, 1869. 
James ^1*= Causland, born June 9, 1807 ; died May 25, 1844. 
Sanuiel Holmes, died Oct. 24, 1865, aged 66 yrs. 6 mos. 4 days. 
Jacob Dennis, died Mch. 4, 1829, agecl 53 yrs. 11 mos. i day. 
Catharine, wife of do., died May 8, 1872, aged 81 yrs. 6 mos. 
Richard Wardell, died June 26, 1839, aged 66 yrs. 10 mos. 15 days. 
Margaret, relict of do., died Mch. 26, 1849, aged 76 yrs. 12 days. 
Charlotte A., wife of George Klots, died May 4, 1848, aged 39 yrs. 4 mos. 29 days. 
Richard Tole, died Dec. 9, 1782, yj vears of age. 
Sarah " " July 2, 1786, 66 ' " " " 

Joseph Tole, " June 18, 1781, 19 years and 9 days; only child of the above. 
George E. Tiffen, born Dec. 24, 1794 ; died June 10, 1857. 
Mayhew, son of Joseph & Lucy Eatton, died .Vpril 13, 1758, aged 3 months. 
Doctor Joseph Eatton, died April 5, 1761, in 44 year of age. 
Colonel William Hoffmire, died Dec. 21, 1868, 76 vears, 4 mos. 23 days. 
Patience, wife of " " " " Sept. 2, 1880, aged 84 " 10 " 11"'" 
Ann White Little, died Aug. 7, 1858, aged 60 years, 2 mos. il days. 
Charles Lippincott, died April 27, 1876, aged 77 years. 
Sarah " " wife of Charles, died April 6, 1881, aged 81 years. 



2i8 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Eliza, wife of Lewis White, & daughter of George & Iluklali Lippiiicott, horn Nov. 2, 1808; died Aug. 

26, 1879. 
Mary Mitchell, horn in Greenock, Scotland, died at Eatonlown, N. J., March 2t„ 1877, aged 70 years. 
John Edniond, son of tienry C. J., & Elizaheth Schroeder, liurn Feh. 24, 1849; died April 7, 1885. 
Ernest, son of ditto, born Aug. 4, 1845, died Sept. 24, 1874. 

Elizabeth Druinniond, wife of Henry C. J. Schroeder, died June 2, 1853, aged 38 years. 
Mary yVuu Throckmorton, died Aug. 5, 1836, aged 20 yrs. 6 nios. 
Rachel, wife of Daniel E. Nichols, died T'eb. 6, 1863, aged 63 yrs. 
Edward Smith, died June 4, 1848, aged 49 yrs. 3 mos. 27 days. 
Mary A., wife of John M. Smith, died Feb. 16, 1871, aged 2i7 yrs. 8 mos. 28 days. 
Henry A., son of John M., & Mary A. Smith, died Oct. 30, 1856, aged 2 yrs. 10 mos. 2 days. 

Aaron R. Jones, died Jan. 4, 1840, aged 52 yrs. 3 mos. 22 days; also the ten infant children of A. R., 
& Rebecca Jones, who died within 10 days after their birth. 

Rebecca H., wife of Aaron R. Jones, born Oct. 25, 1796; died Feb. 22, 1879. 

Eleanor H., dau. of A. R., & R. H. Jones, died Jan. 18, 1836, aged 19 yrs. 12 days. 

Aaron R., son of Matthias C, & Hannah Eliza Conover, died Mch. 4, 1849, aged 4 mos. 19 days. 

Augustus, son of Richard & Elizabeth Snedeker, died Oct. 25, 1839, aged 27 days. 

Samuel T. Thompson, died Mch. 28, 1866, aged 84 yrs. 11 mos. 17 days. 

Sarah, wife of do., died Nov. 28, 1864, aged 80 yrs. 10 mos. 15 days. 

Ann Maria, wife of Benj. D. Denise, died Jan. 18, 1851, aged 37 yrs. 11 mos. 5 days. 

Sarah Dangler, died Oct. 18, 1848, aged 42 yrs. i mo. 12 days. 

Thomas I., son of Samuel & Sarah Thoilipson, died Dec. 29, 1842, aged 23 yrs. 7 mos. 19 days. 

Joseph, " " " " " died May 28, 1819, aged i yr. 9 mo. 29 days. 

Charles Burk, son of Edmund & Elizabeth, born Nov. 5, 1794; died April 8, 1837. 

Annie G. Gillespie, wife of John C, and dau. of A. R. Mount, born July 17, 1845 ; died June 18, 1879. 

John Clark " " son of G. D. H., & Mary A., born May 6, 1844; died Nov. 27, 1873. 

George W. " " " " " " " born Oct. 14, 1841 ; died July 8, 1870. 

George De Haert Gillespie, born Nov. 4, 1815 ; died Jan. 24, 1884. 

Eliza M. Clark, died Jan. 22, 1865, aged 71 yrs. 8 nios. 20 days. 

Ann C. Switzer, wife of Lewis, born Sep. 18, 1823; died April 10, 1870. 

Lewis Switzer, Jr., died June 28, 1878, aged 21 yrs. 7 mos. 

Rebecca Haggerty, wife of Edward Farry, died Jan. 4, 1834, aged 42 yrs. 

Eva Z., dau. of John H., & Delia G. Farry, died Mch. 18, 1861, aged i yr. & i mo. 

John H., son of Nathan W., & Mary Croxson, died Sep. 11, 1831, aged i yr. 3 mo. 5 days. 

William S., son of Jarred & Abbey Haggerty, died Oct. 15, 1825, aged 23 mos. & 23 days. 



EPITAPHS FROM CHRIST CHURCH, SHREWSBURY, N. J. 



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In the vestibule of the church, erected by George De Hart Gillespie in 1874, are two tablets, one on 
cither side, bearing the following: 

In Memoriani of William Leeds, a Benefactor with George Keith and Gov. Lewis Morris, in founding 
this church in Monmouth County in 1702. 



In Memoriam. Clergy of this Church : 

Rev. George Keith, 1702- 1703 

Alexander Innes, 1703- 1713 

John Forbes, I733-I737 

John Miln, 1737-1746 

Thomas Thompson, 1 746-1 751 

Samuel Cooke, I75i"i775 

Henry Waddell, 1788-1799 

Andrew Fowler, 1799-1806, 

John Croes, 1806- 1824 

Eli Wheeler, 1824- 1830 

Harry Finch, 1830-1863 

Thomas J. Taylor, 1863- 1866. 

William B. Otis, 1866-1875 
Benjamin J. Franklin, 1875-.... 

On the left side of the entrance, and outside of the church, is a large flat brown-stone, which originally 
bore an inserted brass burial tablet. This is lost, and the history of the one which it was to commemo- 
rate. There are three stones also in the church floor, covered with the carpet. They, with the pre- 
ceding one, as also Col. Redford's, stood or lay, it is said, in the pathway leading to the church door, 
and were removed in the march of general improvements. 



A DISCOURSE BY WAY OF DIALOGUE BETWEEN * 

an old Inhabitant of the County of monmonth and a Proprieter of the Eastern Division of new Jersey 
by Which the Impartial Reader may In Some measure make a Judgment Whether the first Inhabitants 
of s"* County ought In lustice to pay Quitrents for the Land they hold or not ; Written by Will Will be 
true Who arrived In s** County on the first of may 1666 and has been a Constant Inhabitant and an 
observer of affairs and Transactions there in to the first Day of December 1727. 

Proprietor. S''. I am glad to See you and much more Should be to Know the Reasons why you 
refuse to pay your Quitrents that has been So long Due & unp** 

Will Will be True. I Think not Due Therefore not paid. 

Pro : How Can that be, When the Patent by which you hold your Land oblidges you to pay the 
rent therein reserved. 

Will. I think that no obligation at all. Have Patience and Give me Leave and you Shall hear my 
reasons. 

Pro: That is w*"' I want to know therefore Say on. 

Will. The first to be Considered Is the Great Hazard Wee run, the Extream Hardships wee under- 
went. The many Diffilculties Wee met with and the Charges wee was at In En Largeing the Kings 
Dominions by Setling a Wilderness Country In the midst of a Barbarous People who had Scarce Washt 
their hands that had So Lately been Imbured In Christian Blood : 

Next is the Good Right Wee have to the Soill and the lust measures wee took to obtain it (viz) 
not only by purchaseing from the Indians by the Governours Leave but also Got it Confirmed by a 
Pattent he Granted to twelve Persons Called Pattentees and their Associates bearing Date the eight 
of aprill 1665 for That tract of Land begining at Sandy Point and Runing along the bay to the 
mouth of Rariton River from thence Going along the River tell A Corner to the westermost Part of 
a Certain mash, Land that Divides the river In Two parts, from that part to Run in a Direct South 
West Line In to the Woods twelve miles, then to turn away Southeast and by South till it falls Into 
the main ocean ; For Which Tract of Land the Indian Sachems Did acknowledge before the Govern- 
our to have Received Sattisfaction : and again the S'^ Patent v. as Confirmed by Governour Phillip 
Cartroert [Carterett in ditiferent ink and writing written over Cartroert] and Councill by and Instru- 
ment under their Hands bearing Date the 28 of may 1672. as followeth. upon the address of John 
boune Richard Hartshorne James Grover and Jonathan Holmes Pattentees and James Ashton and John 
Hanse associates (Impowered by the Pattentees an Associates of the towns of Shrewsbury & MidtUe- 
ton) to the Governour and Council for Confirmation of Certain Privilledges Granted unto them by Coll. 
Richard Nichols as by Patent under his hand and Seal bearing Date the 8"" of aprill 1665 the Gover- 
nour and Councill Did acknowledge and Confirm to the S"* Pattentees and their Associates the Par- 
ticulars following Being their Rights Contained In the S'' Pattent : 

Imp"*. That the S'^ Pattentees and their Associates have full power Licence & authourity to Dis- 
pose of the Land Expressed In the S"* Pattent As to them Shall seem wise &c — Yet notwithstanding the 
Good Right and Great Assurance Wee had for our Land about the year 1676 Governour Cart- 
eret Gave Notice for all Persons to take Pattents for their Land under the yearly rent of half penney 
p'' Acre & not he would grant it to any other that would. 

Some Persons Knowing the lust Right they had & the lust meashures they had taken to obtain 

* This paper is a copy of an original document written by \Vm., son of Wni. Lawrence, the first, of Middletown, N. J. It 
belongs to the Ilartshornes of Tortland, N. J. It sets forth the differences between the early settlers and the proprietors, and is 
a valuable contiibution to the local and general history of this period.- — J. E. S. 

220 



A DISCOURSE BY WAY OF DIALOGUE. 221 

it, Refused to be at the Charges of Resurvcying and again ratten[t]ing their own Land on them 
terms and their Land was by the Governour granted to other Persons, So it was not of our Choice but 
your unjust DeaHng that obhdged us to take patterns on the terms you please to Grant or be Dis- 
possessed of our Land : 

Pro. That Could not be that you Could Loose it if it was your own ; the Law would Protect you 
In the Enjoyment of it. 

Will. That is true Provided wee Could have Stood on Even Grounds with the Proprietors, Which 
wee Could not Expect So Long as the Proprietors had the putting In of Governours and they the ap- 
pointing of Sheriffs & fudges and their Sheriffs y*^ Impannelling of Jurys, It being Incident to the most 
of man kind to oblige their Best Benefactors Wee Doubted of lustice. 

Pro. If you had Doubted of lustice here you might have had lustice at home : 

Will. No Doubt but wee being poor Scarce able to Stand a Law Sute here much Less to Remove 
it home to England : 

Pro. Certainly you are very forgetfull, or you would not argue against Paying Rent for your 
Land When by (your Darling) Nichols his Pattent you was to pay rent for your Land: 

Will. I have not forgot I Well remember by that Patent Wee Where to enjoy our Lands for the Space 
of Seven years free of rent Custom and Excise: and then to pay Such Rent as others the Inhabitants of 
his Royal highness Territories Should be oblidged to. The which wee Would Gladly Do now Pro- 
vided wee Could Enjoy all the Land and other Priveledges Granted to us by y" patent or if wee Could 
have the Liberty confirmed to us by Governour Carteret and Council that [are] ye Disposeing of the 
Land Expressed In Nichols his Patent, As to us Should Seem meet, Wee No Doubt might have money 
to pay Such rent as was Reserved by that Pattent ; and a Good Sum to put In our Pockets. But Sence 
you have Cut us Short of all the Privelledges Granted by that Pattent, and also of that which v, as Con- 
firmed by Governour Cartoret and have Divided am jng your Selves and Granted to others, a Hundred 
Thousand acres of our own Land, and Claim a Right to at Least Two hundred thousand more, I think 
you may be Easey that Wee Injoy between [sic] and thirty Thousand acres free of rent. 

Pro : Now you have S''. wh*. you Can, I have that to Say which you Can : 

Will : Let us hear v. hat that is 

Pro: about the year 1682 or 3 the pretended Pattentees & their Associates Did Surrender their 
right to Nichols Pattent on Condition that the Pattentees each to have 500 acres & their Associates 
Each 100 acres free of Quitrent the Which was Confirmed to them In" pattent : 

Will, if it was as you Say Doubtless you can prove that (or wee Do our right) by an Instrument In 
Writing. However if it was So it is lust makeing Good the old Proverb, you p"* with a pig of our 
own Sow the Land was our own bought with our money Confirmed by two Governours It never 
Cost the Proprietors one farthing to purchase it of the Indians ye right owner and Chief proprietors 
thereof. 

If it was as you say I know nothing of it And I chalenge all the Proprietors aiid records In 
Jersey to Prove that Either my father or my Self Ever had one foot of free land Granted to us on that 
accompt. But this I very well Remember That aliout the year 1682 or 3 Gawin Lawry was the Pro- 
prietor Governour and he made Robert Hambloton Sheriff of the County of monmouth and Gave him 
order to Distrain for Quitrent accordingly he Distrained the Cattle of one John Smith In middletown 
Who was So Enraged he got his Gun and had he not Been Disswaded by Some persons of more mod- 
eration then himself he had Done the Sheriff Some mischief. 

Allthough that Injustice of the Proprietors Set the old Inhabitants almost In a fiery flame they 
thought it No Boot to hazard a Law Suit for the Reasons following (viz) 

By that time there was a Considerable number of people Setled In the Country Who was there- 
unto Incouraged by Reason that the Greatest Hazard Hardships and Difficultyes was ])ast. and you 
y* Proprietors Let them have our Land that you Took from us on as Easey terms as wee that had 
run the Hazard bom the lirunt and once allready p"* for it both to The Proprietors and Indians, I Say 
there Could be Little Hopes of lustice where our Advesaries Would Set our ludges and the lury 
Likely to be made up of Such Persons, Who if they Gave a Verdict for us must Condemn their own 
Title and Implicitely acknowledge their Lands that they Bought of the Proprietors was ours: 

Therefore I think Whoever Will be Impartiall must ludge till you make it appear that you had a 
right to the Soill You Can have no Right to rent for it. 

Pro : Do you think that there is no acknowledgment Due to the Proprietors : 

Will : Not at all Because thpy Never had a right to the Soill therefore no right to rent for it 

Pro: Did not King Charls Clrant the Soil with the Goverment to the Duke of york : and he 
Grant the Soill with the Goverment to the Proprietors: 

Will : The Ouestion is How^ King Chads Came to have a right to v*" Soill. 



222 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Pro : King Charls Got it by Conquest when he took it from y'' Dutch 

Will, that is Denied because the Dutch Never had that tract of Land now the County of monmouth 
In Possession by reason of their Wars with the Indians They Dare not \ enture over to Take it. In 
Possession Seeing the Dutch never had right nor Possession King Charls Could not obtain a right to 
the Indians Land never Sold to the Dutch by Conquering the Dutch. 

Pro: You Will not allow then that King Charls had a Right to the Soill. Therefore the Pro- 
prietors none. 

Will. No because he never had it by Discoverry Conquest Gift nor Contract Therefore no Right 
the Soill. 

Pro: Pray by what title Do you Pretend to hold your Land if not by patent from the Proprietors, 
Wee hold our Land by (an honest Purchase and Consideration paid for) 

Will. A Title Derived from a Charter Granted to the Sons of Adam by the Great and Absolute 
proprietor of the Whole Universe God almighty and has Stood Recorded In the best record on Earth 
3198 years In these words, Remember the Days of old Consider the years of many generations, Ask 
thy father and he will Show the thy Elder, and they Will tell the When the most High Divided 
to the Nations their Inheritance. When he Seperated the Sons of Adam ; He Set the bounds of the 
People : 

Pro : Then you Deney that their is any acknowledgment Due to the Proprietors. 

Will. Yes Wee Do ' 

Pro. and So Consequently to the King. 

Will. The acknowledgment wee owe and Duely pay to the King Is In obediance to his Laws and 
being Bound to Soport maintain and Defend his Person Crownes Dignity to the utmost of our Power 
&c Now to Conclude I Speak for my Self That When you Make it appear that att the time you Granted 
my Patent you had better Right to the Land then I had, I Shall be Willing to Pay Quitrents, but till 
that be Done I Hope In lustice to Hold my Land free by Plain Dealling. 



LOG OF A JOURNEY FROM RED BANK, N. J., TO NEW YORK CITY.* 

A journal of our intended voyage by Gods Permission from Red Bank to New York Distant 12 
Leagues in ye sloop Portland and back Again. 

On Saturday the 9th Novm'b 1734 we went on board In order for to come to Sail but in weigh- 
ing the best bower it got fast under the Stern and it not being got light we could not clear it untill 
the tide was so much fallen that we could not get away so we was obliged to go on shore again the 
wind W S \\' and went home and Likewise the Passengers went home. 

On Sunday the loth we went on board without the Passengers early in ye evening and got Down 
the river as far as Mr. Pintards it being one mile but it was with much labour for their was no w'ind 
and we were oblidge to Row and set all the way, when we came their 7 passengers came on board but 
went on shore again for the wind sprung up at E & S and that being contrary we went home again 
on foot, wet weather. 

On Mon'd the ITth at 12 o'clock we went on board again with 5 passengers and sailed down the 
river as far as Rocky Point the wind at S and their got aground and Lay untill hv water that being at 
9 o'clock when we weighed Again & with Abundan.-e of Diftlculty and hard Labour we got to black 
point then it being Late in the night tho it being but I mile yet the wind being at S Contrary we ware 
oblidg to row and set all the way and got aground several times then being come to an Anchor w e went 
on shore & some of our passengers Lodged on shore the weather being all day Lowering, ye distance 
from Mr. Pintards to black Point being 2 Lgs. 

On Tues'd we went on board Again with all our passengers In ye morning & set sail & sailed to- 
wards the Inlet about I mile and there got aground & tho we carried out an Anchor & strove verry 
hard for it yet we could not Get off that tide, then their came a Cannoe & fetch't one of our passen- 
gers & some of us went on shore & liarljycued a pig and Eat him, then towartls Evening went on board 
Again and at by water we strove to get off again but cnnUI not tho we carried out an .Anchor & took 
much trouble, in the evening came in a sloop from Rhode Island Capt John Watson Commander & 
run aground in call of us at Dark came a Cannoe on board and took one of our passengers on shore. 

* This trip to New York City, taking six Jays in 1734, is now made daily in three hours. 



LOG OF A JOURNEY FROM RED BANK. N. J., TO NEW YORK CITY. 223 

So we finding our Labour in striving to get off to be in vain we went to sleep the wind at W & N 
clear weather. 

On Wednes'd by Break of day we began beat and thump and at hy water wc got off and got over 
ye shole, we lay upon and came to an Anchor. Likewise the other sloop got ofi' and slipt her cable & 
left her boat with it & got some of our passengers to carry it to black point, in the after'noon they came 
back with that passenger that Left us the night before, then we went on shore 4 of us and got some 
wood, while we were on shore one of the Passenger that came on shore with us had a fit of feaver & 
Ague, when we came on board Again we weighed Anchor & in cafting the Anchor the Cat-roap broak 
& ye Anchor fell down Again and before we could get it up again we got aground & was obliged to 
carry out an Anchor Again & in about 1-2 an hours time we got ofif & sailed Down to the baar, but 
it being low water we struck upon the baar & lay thumping bought i hour, by this time the sun was 
Down & when we got out the wind was at W B[ ?] N. we sailed along Sandy hook about 2 miles & then 
the wind began Scant upon us and at last came to N. W then we were oblidged to turn it & in 3 
trips we got within the hook, we had a verry rough time and several of our passengers ware sick, we 
ran against shole harbour & came to Anchor there at II o'clock at night & went to sleep, some of our 
passengers ware yet sick the weather indifferent & Clear, she rid all ye night wind still at N W & blew 
fresh. 

On thurs'd towards day we awoke and boiled a pot of potatoes & eat of them by Day light, we 
weighed Anchor and came to sail, the wind still at N W that morning we got into Permy City Cove 
where lay 2 Vessels one of them from Egg Harbor which was full of w^ater. ye people came on 
board of us to get some meat we having a small shoat let them have half of it & took part of the other 
& carried it on shore with some potatoes which we Exchanged w-ith the other people for musty In- 
dian meal & made Doboys of it at an Indian wigixam. so having Eat our Doe boys potatoes & pork 
& got some wood, towards Evening we went on board Again al! but 2 passengers which Left us & went 
home on foot, so then we had lost 3 of our passengers, ye wind still at N W clear weather, the man 
that had a fit of the feever & ague yesterDay had another this Day. Also I cut my Right hand with a 
Shell very badly. 

On Fri'd we boiled more potatoes & pork & Eat that for our bread was all spent, towards Even- 
ing their came a man & hail'd us, 4 of us went on shore to him & he told us he wanted a passage to 
York, we told him ye wind was contrary & we could not tell when we should go for it was at N W 
still, so he Left us. then having got some wood we went on board Again, by this time we found ye 
wind was shifted fair for us, we quickly come to sail and with much Difficulty we got out of the Cove, the 
wind at S W by this time it was dark, however we steered our course, then we boiled more potatoes 
and Eat them without Anything, then being oblidged to steer by the Compass we had no Candle but 
were oblidged to put some tallow in a rag & Do with that, then having made the narrows at 10 o'clock 
at night we had I small bottle rum which finished by the time we got into the narrows, then the wind 
dyed away and we hoisted our Square sail but presently the wind sprung up and Broak the Oar. we 
burn'd it out with & had like to have carried the Square sail away but haveing a brisk gail & fair 
we got to York by 1 1 o'clock that night but in comeing to run into the Dock we run with our Bolt 
Sprit upon ye Long Bridg. 

I had like to have Broak it & tore ye jib but haveing clear'd her again we with much difficulty 
haled her along the Dock where having fastened her & Landed part of our passengers & secured all 
things the rest of us went to sleep the wind at S W, clear weather. 

On Saturday we haled Clofse to the wharf (for we could not get Clofe Last night the tide being 
too low) & Landed our wood which was a cord & 3-4, then haveing some barrels upon Deck we went 
to Lower them into the hold & they laying upon the side next to ye Dock when we took them off she 
Listed off &: broak ye down hale of ye jib which was made a fast off and stove a barrel of flour and a 
barrel of meat and broak a cheefse but having lighted her again and put things in order In- tliis time it 
was night, the wind W B[ ?] N, clear weather. 

On Sun'd ye 17th Novem'br at night, came to town 2 of the pafsengers we left behind — this day 
all good weather. 

On Mon'd we landed some Leather & Cheefse we then being got unto Connches Dock, the 
weather clear. 

On Wednes'd we took on board 4 pipes of Syder. in takeing of them on we split one of the takel 
blocks and was put to much trouble to get them in. 

Also we took on board 8 barrels and 2 Crates and other goods, at night by candle Light we spliced 
the Down hale of ye Jib intending to sale at 4 o'clock ye next morning, for then the tide did serve, 
and ye wind at S, fair and good weather. On Thurs'd by 2 o'clock in the morning we got all things 
in order for to sail and got water on board, but their being 4 Vefsels of us, all Defineing to sail to- 



224 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

gethcr, and had Appointed to Call upon one another & we trusting to that, went to sleep, they all went 
away without calling upon us, so when we awake our vessel was aground and we could not go that 
tide tho ye wind was fair, when we floated again we came to sail, ye wind at E B [ ?] N and rain by the 
time that we got down to ye narrows, the wind was got to N E and ye tide of Eb was made for us 
then we had a Debate Among us whether we should come to an Anchor their and stay untill better 
weather or stand along, but at Length we concluded to stand along and see it out, but 
the fog was so thick that we ware oblig'd to steer by ye compafs and in crofsing ye 
bay the Cask shifted in ye hold ye Seas being so rough — Likewise our main sail give 
way out of the bolt Roap, ye wind being so hard, however after some time we made Sandy Hook, 
we then being w'ithin we made for permy City Cove but in going in we grounded upon ye point of the 
Cove, but haveing a fresh breeze we rub'd over but being Desireous to get as far in as we could we 
went to put her in stays, but she mifstayed several times, then we wore her but with mifstaying so often 
we were got so near ye shoal that in waring she struck, but rub'd over, then we find the wind so hard 
that it was impofsible to bring her to stays we come to an Anchor in ye mouth of ye Cove, so have- 
ing put things in order we went and kindled a fire and warm'd ourselves, their being but 2 pafsen- 
gers, we went to sleep, ye wind still at N E and rain and cold uncomfortable weather. On fry'd 
morning went to mend ing ye main sail, but for want of a nedle we were oblidg to make one of an 
old fork, which we made holes through ye sail and put ye twine through and so round ye bolt roap. so 
having mended some part and hoop ye other by taking a reef we come to sail ye wind at N W and in 3 
trips we got round ye point of ye Rock the wind then being fair we in a little time got in ye River but 
just as we come to l)lack point ye wind being contrary thare we got aground and was oblidg'd to carry 
out an Anchor before we could get her off but having got her afloat. 

[This paper was copied from the original for me by a painstaking friend, and while I believe it 
to be correct, I have never had the opportunity of comparing it.] 



RECORDS OF THE COURT OF SESSIONS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE, 

1676.* 

[First and second pages missing.] 

Geo. wood - pit 
Jno. Raniadcn - Deft 

This accon was withdrawn after Time & therefore to pay co'''' charges 

Arian Hendricks - pit 
Rien Jansen - Deft 

Withdrawn after time ut supra &c 

Dirck Jansen - pit 
Rien Jansen - Deft 

Withdrawn after time to pay ut supra 

Albert Cornelisen Wantanaer pit 
Andreas Juriansen - Deft 

In the Accon of Defamacon wherein Albert cornelisen \\'antanaer comjilained That Andreas Ju- 
riansen had most malicinnsly and scandalnnsly reported that the pit. was guiltv of Buggery w"' a Marc, 
w'"'' the Deft did still affirm was true; but after a Long Debate, in co''* & severall witnesses sworn for 
the Deft: w''*' Evidences, not proving sufficient to make good his charge was at Length referred to a 
Jury who brought in their verdict for the pit, and that the Deft shall pay with costs of suit. 

* The Reconls of the West Riding of Yorksliire are wi'lely scattered. Tlie mrt here reproduced con<^i<;ls of n nnnilipr of 
leaves irregularly bo\ind tog-ether aad incorporated with Liber I,, Kin'js Counlv (N. Y.) Conveyances, in the Hall of Records, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. The leaves in this copy have been correctly arranged, but the te.xt has not been disturbed. — J. E. S. 



COURT OF SESSIONS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. 22S 

The co" agreed w"" the \'erdict of the Jury, & gave Judgm' accordingly — 

The Deft appealed from the \'erdict of tlie Jury, and Judg"" of the co" & Entered into a Rec- 
ognisance of 200'^'" to prosecute his appeal at the Next co" of Assizes. 

Assur Levi pit 

Jan Van Kirke Deft 

The pit declares y' the Deft is indebted to him the sum five hundred, and eighty Guilders, & two 
stivers, w'^'' being proved in co'' : & referred to a Jury the[y] brought in their Verdict for the pit w"" 
costs. The CO'' : ordered Judg""' : to be Enter'd accordingly & y' the sd Debt be pd : \v"'in 2 m° : w"" 
Inter'st. 

Assur Levi - pit 

Minne Johannes - Deft 

The Pit by his Attorney complaines of the Deft of a plea of Trespass on the case y' the Deft is 
indebted unto him the sum of 400 sea"' \'alue w''' bting also referred to a Jury brought in their Ver- 
dict for the pit. The co'' agreed w"" their Verdict & gave Judg""' accordingly. 

Tho Walton pit. 

Peter Belieu - Deft 

In the complt brought into this co''* by Tho. W^alton against Peter Belieu about two Gunns taken 
from the PI' by the said deft. The co'' having heard the matter in difference debated on both parts, & 
not finding that the Deft had any, or sufficient Order from those then in power to take away the said 
Gunns from the complainant, much less to dispose of them : They doe order that the Deft shall return 
the said Gunns to the Complt if to be had, or two others that shall be judged by indifferent persons to 
be as good, otherwise shall be obliged to make satisfaccon for the Value within the space of 6 weeks 
after the Date hereof, and likewise pay the costs of prosecucon of the compl' : in this co". 

Jno: Sharpe - pit 
Nath: Brittain Deft 

The co" having heard the case fully debated referred the same to a Jury who brought in their 
Verdict as follows (vizt) Wee find for the pit w'"" costs of suit, but withot taking notice of the Dam- 
mage the Deft hath sustained by the loss of his servant w''^ wee cannot adjudge of, wee referr to the 
consideracon thereof to the Bench, whereupon the co''' agreed w"" the \'erdict of the Jury & gave 
judg'"'' accordingly. 

However in regard the Jury have referred the consideracon of the Deft's case of his serv*^ unto 
the co" they recommend the same unto his Hono'' the Governo'' : That bee will please to appoint some 
persons to make inquiry how the serv'' in Question was taken away from both pit and Deft, and 
whome which the[y] Judge to be the occasion of the Loss of the said serv' and how farr they may be 
lyable to make reparation for the Dammage by that means susteyned 

Tho. Taylor - pit 
Titus Serricks Deft. 

The pit declared against the Deft in an .^ccon of Assault, & Battery, but by consent of both 
ptyes The Accon being withdrawn after the time. It was agreed between them y* the Deft should pay 
costs. 

Tho. Taylor - pit 
Titus Serricks - Deft. 

The pi' : complaines of the Deft : in a plea of Trespass on the case for the sum of one hundred, and 
twenty Guilders, due for a saddle &c This accon also being withdrawn after time was agreed upon ut 
supra. 

Nath: Brittain pi': 

Nathan Whitman Deft' 
W-n Brittain 

In the compl' : lirought into the co" bv Nath: Brittain agst. Nathan Whitman and W"" Brittain for 
pulling up their part of the comon Fence of the Town of Dover upon Staten Island, and removing 



226 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

the same for their particular use v/'^^ (as is alleaged) did prove much to the Dammage of the com- 
plain', and is contrary to the Laws of this Governm' and custom of the country concerning Fences 

The co''' doe order that the common fence shall be again made good by the psons who removed 
the same, and remain as heretofore untill by the consent of the Town it shall be othcrwayes ordered 
between them. As to the Dammage the complainant may have his remedy at Law against them, if not 
otherwise issued between them, the deft, to pay costs. 

The Peticon of Jan Jansen Veryn being taken into consideracon, wherein hee complaines y* hav- 
ing divers yeares since had a Determinacon of a certain dififcrence between him the complainant and 
Timothy Gabry Deft : after having past the severall pts of this Governm'^ and Reed a Ratificacon from 
Governo'': Nicolls, yet notwithstanding the Deft: (as is alleaged) in the Late Dutch Governm' did un- 
justly molest the complainant upon the same Acco' ; & obtained sentence against him reversing all for- 
mer proceedings very much to his Damage for the w*^*" hee craves Reliefe 

This co" adjudging it to be above their Cognizance having past the superior co''' of the Gov- 
ernm' allready doe recommend the whole case vv"" all the former proceedings (copyes whereof are 
hereunto annexed) unto his Hono'' the Governo"', Together w"^ what Dammage the pi' may have sus- 
teined to give his Judgm* thereupon. 

Cap'" Tho Lawrence pi' 
Cornelis Mattys Deft 

The Deft being unprov'ed [unprovided?] at present of his witnesses craves time of this wor'"" 
Co''' till the next Sessions vv'^'' was allowed of & agreed to by the p" 

At a Co''' of Sessions held at Gravesend In the West Ryding of Yorkshire upon Long Island be- 
ginning on the 21"' day of Dec. in the 27"' year of his Ma"'^'' Raign Annoq Dmni 1676 

Present. 

Cap'^ Matthias Nicolls Secretary Presid'. 

Cap'" Tho Willet High Sheriff e 

Cap'" James Hubbard 

Cap' Elbert Elbertsen Justices 

Cap'" Jaques corteleau 

Justice Richd : Betts being 
said to be sick appeared not 

The constables being called over all appeared w"" their staves 

Jury sworne 

Accons 

Cap'" Jno: Manning pit 
Peter Roelofsen Deft 

This Accon was withdrawn this Very morning, to pay all charges, being an Accon of Trespass on 
tiie case 

Cap'" 'W"' Lawrence pit 
Jan 'Van Kirk Deft 

The PI" declared ag^' the Deft in an Accon of the Case for 400 w* of Tobaccoe & 2 steers. The 
case being fully debated, & heard in co''' was referred to a Jury who brought in their Verdict for y" 
pi' and the Deft to pay costs. 

The CO""' agreed w"" the Verdict of the Jury and gave Judg""' accordingly 

Execucon issued forth, and 
directed to Cap'" Tho. 'Willet 
High Sheriffe of Long Island 



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Elyas Doughty & Pl'^ 

W" Osburn 

Henry Bowman Deft 

The PI'" declare ag^' the Deft in an Accon of Trespasse on the case for the sum : of forty two 
pounds, & six shillings Mr. Sam: Blagg being sworn in co'* declared yt the Deft came to him and de- 
sired him to pay 14"' for him to the pi'", w'''' upon his Request hee gave him his Note for, and hath paid 
part of the said sum, and is ready to pay the rest. 

After a full hearing in co" the matter was referred to a Jury who brought in their \'erdict for the 
Pl'^ and the Deft to pay costs but Mr. Blaggs Bill to stand good. The co''' was pleas'd to Order that 
Judgm" should be Enter'd according to the Verdict of the Jury 

Elyas Doughty and 

^W" Q sb«f« -^ PI'' 

Henry Bowman Deft. 

The Pl'^ complain of the Deft of a Plea of Trespass on the case &c for the sum of five pounds 
upon one Bill and forty shillings on a nother ; Mr. Richd Man being sworn in Court declared That 
the Widdow Perring of seatalcot gave him wherewithall to pay the two Bills, of which hee paid 5"" by 
the PI''' order to Abraham Whearley and the other 40'' hee tendred to give the widdow Credit for ; The 
case being referred to a Jury they find for the Deft The PI'" to pay costs. 
The co''' agreed w"" the 'Verdict of the Jury, & gave Judgm' accordingly. 

Matthew Beagle pi* 
Henry Bowman - Deft 

The PI' not having put in any Declaracon the Deft desired a nonsuit, w'''' the co"'' was pleased to 
allow of. 

Sam Blagg pit 

Henry Bowman - Deft. 

The Pit declared ag"' the Deft for the sum of twenty three pounds due by Bill under the Defts 
Hand bearing Date the pm[?] Decemb 1676, for the w"^"" sum the Deft confest Judgm' in Co"'" 

Jno: Robinson & 

Abr: Whearley PI" 

Attor : of Tho. Doxy 

The Estate of Major 

Nath : Kingsland Defts 

This matter after a full hearing, & debate in co"'* was referred to a Jury who brought in their 
Verdict for ye pit', and the Deft to pay costs 

The co''' agreed w"" the Jurys Verdict, and gave Judgm' accordingly 

Mr. Leet the Defts Attorney mov'd for a Review w'^'' was graunted 

Charles Morgan pit 
Arian Hendrick Deft 

The PI' complaines of the Deft in an Accon of Trespass on the case for the quantity of 40 scheple 
of winter wheate, & 12 scheple of pease. Both ptyes by consent the Accon was withdrawn after time, 
and the charge to be equally devided between them 

Tho. Wandell makes Return of an Execucon against Tho. Sherman by James Way &c. on the be- 
halfe of the sonn of the said Sherman. The co""' will Justifye what hath been done in prosecucon of 
their Order his Lott being sold to make satisfaccon, The overplus to be returned to him. 

There is a Beast of 4 yeares old at Boswyck that hath been kept 2 winters, sixty Guilders is askt for 
Keeping him. 

The Church affairs as to Ministers, or Readers, & schooles for children moved to be considered, 
Gravesend noted to be the most remiss herein. 

Thomas Lamberts former Constable of Breucklyn peticoned the co'^' for a Discharge from Cap''" 
Manning then Sheriffe for country Rates paid by him, he being sued, & condemned to pay more 

The co'^'' orders y' Cap'" Manning give him a Receit, and hee to be accomptable for no more than 
what hee hath Received. 



228 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Mr. Leet and Mr. West moving the co" to have E.xecucon against Geo. Fido according to a former 
Jiidgm' of co", upon a Review The Co"^ ordered Tiiat Lxecucon be continued. 

Geo. Wood of Newtown being presented by the Constable of the same place for scandalous, & abu- 
sive speeches, & taking up an Ux yt was none of his own, & no proofe appearing to make good his 
charge The said Wood is by the Co" cleared Thereof, And if the officers of the place have anything 
to object ag"' the said Wood they are to prosecute him at the ne.xt co" of Sessions. 

Nicolas de Meyer pi' 
Hend : Williamse Deft. 

The Deft contest Judgm' in co" to the PF for 1312 Guilders Seaw* 

Nicolas de Meyer pi' 
Gerrit Lubbertsen Deft 

The Deft confest Judgm' in co" for the Quantity of 832 Scheple of Merchantable Winter wheate, 
and 28 scheple of Rye 

Nicolas de Meyr pi* 
Symon Jansen Deft 

The Deft by warr' directed to Mr Leet his Attorney confest Judgm* for the sum of 2500 Guilders 

Ralph Cardwell pit 
Jno Airesen Deft 

The Pit declared ag'" the Deft in an [action] of Trespass on the case for the Value of three hun- 
dred, forty & three Guilders in corn at price curr', and produced a Bill in co"' under the Defts Pland for 
the same The Deft said y' hee offerd the paym' of the said sum to y" pit in Rum, or scarge by the 
Hands of Cap'* Nicolls which was refus'd by the Pit. Cap'" NicoUs being absent about publiq Business 
by the Governo''^ Order The Deft mov'd for a Dcmurr till the next Sessions. After a Long Debate, 
& full hearing in co" The matter was referr'd to a Jury, who brought in their Verdict for the Pit and the 
Deft to pay costs of suit, whereupon The Deft mov'd for a Review (his principall Evidence being ab- 
sent) w*^'' was graunted by the co" 

■Ralph Cardwell - Pit 
Caersten Jansen Deft 

The Pit declared against the Deft in an Accon of ye case to y" Value of four hundred & four 
Guilders & fourteen stivers and produced a Bond in Co" under the Defts Hand, & Seal 
for the same. Mr. Richard Stillwell & Jno. Grigs sworne declard what they knew of the matter. Mr. 
Stillwell yt ye Deft profferd the pit Tobacco w'''' hee refused to Receive, & Jno Grigs yt hee profferd 
him 500 "^ weight. The co" having heard y" matter fully Debated doe order That the Deft shall pay 
to the pit what shall appear to be due by the Last day of No : ne.xt together w"' costs of suit. 

Ralph Cardwell pit 
Caersten Jansen Deft. 

The pit declared against the Deft in a plea of trespass on the case &c for the quantity of 500 w' 
of Tobaccoe Cap'" Richard Stillwell, & Xtian Smit being sworne as witnesses could say little of the busi- 
ness ; but that when the pit demanded his Tobaccoe The Deft demanded his Bill, which if he would pro- 
duce the Deft was ready to pay the Tobaccoe The pit likewise complaines yt the Deft is indebted to him 
the quantity of twenty scheple of pease, and a Mare, and colt w^'" the Def owned in co''" The Matter 
being fully debated in co"'' was referred to a Jury who brought in their Verdict as follows (vizt) Wee 
find for the Pit for so much as the Deft himselfe acknowledg'd to be due to pit w'''' was a Mare & 
twenty-two scheple of pease, and the costs of suit wee referr to the co" who agreed w"" the Verdict & or- 
der'd the charge to be equally divided between pi' & Deft 

Ralph Cardwell pit 

W™ Jansen van Berkloc Dft 

The pit moving for an Execucon ag'" the Deft upon a former judgm' of co""' in June 1675 whicli 
was made appear by the co" Records. The co"' allows of the same, and grants y' the Plt^ shall & may 
have libertv to Issue forth Execucon agst the Deft. 



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Assur Levi pit 

Minne Johannes - Deft 

The i'lt declared against the Deft for the sum of 370 Guilders sea"^' or merchantable wheat 
Equivalent, as also fifty Guilders for charges of two co'^'* The Deft by warrant directed to Mr. Geo. 
Cooke his Attorney confest Judgm' in co'' for the said sum, as also to pay all costs of an Accon 

Cap*" Tho. Lawrence pP 
Joseph Hadly Deft 

The Pit having Enter'd no Accon nor put in a Declaracon according to Law agst the Deft The co''' 
ordered the Deft should be non-suited, and y' the Bail Bond for the Defts appearance should be de- 
liver'd up to the Deft and the pit to pay costs for witnesses &c. 

Jno. Jorians pit 

Robert Blackwell Deft 

The pit declared agst the Deft in a plea &c for the siim of 17"' iS'* & 3'' in Lawful! money of New 
England, Tobacco & according to Bond product in co'' The Deft confest Judgm' for the sum afore- 
said, w"' Interest from the time that it was due, as also to pay costs 

The Will of Jno Firman of New Town deceased being prov'd in co''' by Cap'" John Coe, & Jno 
Ketcham witnesses thereunto Mary the Relict, & widdow of the said John deceased was admitted Ad- 
ministratrix 

Matthias Johnson pit 

Minne Johannes Defts 

Hans Christofolsen 

The Pit declared in an Accon of Debt for the sum of five hundred fifty nine Guilders, & twelve 
stivers for the w'''' a Bond was produc't in co" under the Hands and Seals of the Defts, but the Plt^ 
Attorney acknowledging y' Hans Christofolsen had paid the halfe of the sd sum w"^*" was his proporcon 
being 279 Guilders & sixteen stivers The wor?" co''' grants Judgm' by default for non-appearance agst 
the said Minnie hee to pay the other moyety of the whole w"" costs of suit. 

Mr. James Hubbard pits 

Jno Tilton senior 

Jan Jansen Veryn Deft 

Mr. Geo. Cooke Attorney for the pits mov'd for Execucon upon a former Judgm* of co"'' in the 
year 1671 a[nd] was granted 

Upon the Peticon of Jno. Woolstoncrofts wherein hee desires to be confirmed in ye Estate, which 
formerly belonged to Tho. Sherman senior at Mespat Kills, w""" was sold by Tho. Wandell constable of 
New Town in obedience to an order of the Last co''' of Sessions to the said Jno Woolstoncrofts The 
said Wandell owning the sale of the said Land, & to have rec'd pay for the same of the said Woolston- 
crofts. 

The co''' having taken the matter into their serious Consideracon doe approve of what the said 
Wandell hath acted in the premises, but doe referr, & recommend the rest to his Hono'' the Governo* 
to confirm the Purchaser in the possession, & Enjoym' of the Premisses, The said Tho. Sherman be- 
ing gone out of the Governm' in a discontended humor, & carrying his Patent along w"' him. 

Jonathan Hazard Constable of Newtown complaincs of Geo. Wood of New Town aforesd That the 
said Geo. in the Face of this co'' did most maliciously and scandalously abuse the said Jonathan by sev- 
erall false Informacons &c Whereupon the co''' doe order the said Geo. shall be bound in 20"' to his 
good behaviour till the next Sessions, and also there to make his appearance to make good his Charge. 

Upon the Peticon of Michaell Hainelle, & Lambert Jansen wherein they pretend to have received 
much Damage from .some Inhabitants of Breuckllvn especially from Jan van Buys by cutting down 
their Fence &c. wherby they are much damnifycd' by Cattle, & Hoggs coming into their Corne.yo'' Pe- 
ticoner desiring vo'' wor^^ to appoint two understanding men to hear the whole matter & to view the 
Land w'"'' thcvwere olMiged to Fence; The co''' orders yt the said Hainelle, & van Buys doc choose In- 
different persons of Neighbouring Townes to decide the Difiference, and to make Report thereof to the 
next co'"' 



230 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Jonathan Hazard of Newtown being Enter'd into Bond y* the Estate of Jno Firman of Newtown 
deceased should not be made away or Imbezel'd till this co" of Sessions, w'^^ having pformed desired 
to have his Bond deliver'd up w*^" was granted the sd Jonathan 

Theophilus Phillips of New Town being bound yt y" Estate of Ralph Hunt should not be Em- 
bezeld away till this co'*' of Sessions desired to have his Bond deliver"d up w*^*" was granted by the 

CO'' to the sd Theophilus. Hunt sonn to y" deceased Ralph Hunt having taken out Letters of Ad- 

ministracon. 

The CO"'' having reed : some Peticons from the Inhabitants of Boswyck wherein they complain 
of the Loss of their Meadow, &c. The co" recommends the same to the Constable & Overseers of the 
same Town to consider the loss of the said persons, and to make them satisfaccon according to the 
Proporcon of the Meadow they have lost. 

Samuell Blagg pi* 

Jan Van Rossell - Deft 

The Pit complaines of the Deft y* the said Deft is Indebted unto the Pit. in the sum of 22"' 17* & 
three pence, and Air. Blags acco'. product in co''' under oath taken before Tho. Snawsell Alderman of 
the city of New Yorke to prove the same only 16"' Tallow, and 2 small Beasts w^"" the pit acknowl- 
edged to have Rec'd from the Deft 

The matter being fully debated in Co'* was referred to a Jury who brought in their Verdict for 
the PI' That the Pits Bill stands Good, only the Tallow, & Beasts to be deducted, and the Deft to pay 
costs of suit. The co''' order'd that Judgm' should be enter'd according to the Verdict of the Jury 

At a Co''' of Sessions held at Gravesend in the West Ryding of Yorkshire upon Long Island by 
his Ma""' Authority beginning on the 19"^ June in the 29 yeare of his Ma"""* Annoq D.m 1677 

Present 

Cap'" Thomas Willet High Sheriflfe 

Mr. James Hubbard 

Mr. Rich'd Betts Justices of the Peace 

Mr. Jaques Corteleau 

Mr. Elbert Elberts absent being not well 

Constables called over 

of Gravesend • 

of New Towne 

of Flat Bush 

of Breucklyn All appear with their 

of Flat Lands staves 

of New Utrecht 

of Boswyck 

Jury Sworne 

Richard Stillwell Gersham Moore 

Jno. Emans Theoph. Phillips 

Peter Simpson Jonathan Hazard 

Symon Hansen 

New Constables sworne 

W" Compton of Gravesend 

Jonathan Hazard of New Town 

of Flat Bush 

of Breucklyn 

of Flat Lands 

of New Utrecht 

of Boswyck 



COURT OF SESSIONS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. 231 

The Overseers of the severall Tovvncs sworne 

AcCons 

Mary Jacobs Vervanger pi* 
Coert Steevens Deft 

The pit declared agst the Deft for the sum of 325 Guild"' seaw'^ value due to her Late Husband 
deceased for Medicines as p. Acco' appeares, and which the said Coert Steevens undertooke to pay as 
constable for the use of the Inhaljitants of Flat Lands. Cornells Coersen, Symon Hansen & Bar- 
tie Claes being sworn, & Examin'd The matter was referr'd to a Jury who found for the Deft, & the 
Pit to pay costs The Pits Attorneys mov'd for a Review w-" was graunted. The co'' order'd yt 
Judgm' should be enter'd according to the Verdict of the Jury. 

Tho. Walton Pit 
Peter Beleiu Deft 

The PI* complaines That this co"* passed a Judgmt against ye Deft in the year 1674 for two Gunns 
taken away fro the Pit in the Time of the Late Dutch Governm* by the Deft, & sayes yt hee had made 
severall Demands for the fulfilling the said Judgm' but could never obtain them to this day, where- 
fore hee craves to have Execucon for the same 

The CO''* having considered the p''misses referred the matter to be decided by his Hono"' the Gov- 
erno"" hee having since that time alienated the place of Residence of both Pit & Deft from the Juris- 
dicon of this Ryding 

Cap*» John Palmer & Pits 

Sarah, his wife 
Minne Johannes Deft 

The Pits by Geo. Cooke their Attorney complaines of Minne Johannes constable of Flat Bush, 
That the said Minne hath rec'd six Execucons of the said Pits, amounting in all to the sum of 17"* 12^ 
3"* & hath kept them in his Hands to the great Danmage of the Pit" 

The CO''' taking the matter into consideraCon doe order That if the said Minne shall not Levy the 
sum within three dayes after ye Date hereof being the 16*'' day of this present June, That then Exe- 
cucon shall issue forth against the said Minne for the sum aforesd for Default thereof 

Caleb Leveridge of New Town desiring to Administer upon the Estate of his Father Leveridge 
deceased. The co''' allows of the same hee putting in security according to Law &c. 

At a Co''' of Sessions held at Gravesend In the West Ryding of Yorkshire upon Long Island by his 
Ma***' Authority beginning on the iq"" day of Decemb in the 29 yeare of his Ma"''^ Raign Annoq 
Dfnni 1677 

Present 

Cap** Matthias Nicolls Presid* 

Cap'" Tho. W^illet High Sheriffe 

Mr. James Hubbard 

Mr. Richard Betts 

Mr. Elbert Elbertse Justices of the Peace 

Mr. Jaques Corteleau 

Cap'° Jno. Palmer 

Constables called over 

of Gravesend 

of New LTfrecht 

of Staten Island 

of Flat Bush All appear w**" their 

of Flat Lands staves 

of Breucklyn 

of Boswyck 

of New Town 



23* HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Jury sworne 

Peter Simpson w"' Gerritsen 

Jno. Griggs Symon Jansen Rob' Hick[?] 

obadiah Wilkins Cap'* Jno. Coe 

AcCons 

Jno Lynus[ ?] pit 

Henry Bowman Deft 

The CO'' orders that the Prosecucons of this Accon shall be suspended till the co''*' of Sessions, The 
Deft being absent, & out of the Governm' 

Dirck Jansen HoghLand pit 
Peter Lott Deft 

In the Accon wherein Drick Jansen HoghLandt was pit & Peter Lott Deft The matter being heard 
on both sides. & Evidence on both parts was at Length referred to a Jury, who brought in their Ver- 
dict for the Deft and yt the pit shall pay costs 

Thomas Steevenson complaynes of Jno. Ketcham of Newtown for wounding & Laming a Grey 
Horse of the Complainants to his Damage 8"' The co'' having heard the matter fully debated be- 
tween Pit and Deft & six witnesses sworn, & Examined finding by severall circumstances That the 
Deft (refusing to attend the Orders of the Town co'" appointing Arbitracon) doe adjudge the 
Deft to be guilty of what is alledged against him, And they doe appoitit the same Arbitrato''" nomin- 
ated by the Town co''' & the constable of the Place to compute & Determine indifferently between 
them what Damage the Pit may have sustained as to his Horse. 

LTpon the Peticon of Daniell de Haert wherein bee complaynes yt Cap'" Elbert Elbertsen, & Cap'" 
Jaques Corteleau bcame obliged to the said de Haert for fifty scheple of winter wheate, & fifty-eight 
scheple of Pease, w'^'' said wheate and Pease was for the use of the Inhabitants of New LUrecht The 
CO"'' orders yt the sd wheate, & Pease shall be paid to the Pit at or before the second day of Febr. next i:i 
spcie aforesaid, or else the whole. in wheate Equivalent, and upon default thereof to issue forth im- 
mediate Execucon for the same against the Constable & Overseers of the Town aforesaid. 

L^pon Complt of the constable of Boswyck yt Jno La Pier hath often been required to keep, & 
maintain a good Fence, w'^'' the said La Pier hath hitherto, refused, or neglected. The co''' referrs the 
matter to y* Constable, & Overseers of the Towne, w'"'' if the said La Pier shall refuse to obey Then 
they are to Address themselves to the next Justice of the Peace of this Ryding 

Cap'" Jno. Palmer Complaines of Minne Johannes constable of Flat Bush yt the said Constable 
hath had severall Execucons of the said Cap'" Palmers in his Hands, which said Execucons bee hath 
refused or neglected to Levy according to his oath and Duty: The co'' orders That Execucon shall Is- 
sue forth ag^' the said Minne for default thereof. 

Jno Ansen complaynes That he bought a Horse of Caerstcn Johnson, which said Horse was 
claymed, & recovered of the said John at the Last co""' of Sessions held at Jamaica w"' cost of suit by 
Dennis Holdern of Flushing The co''' orders y' they shall refcrr the matter in difference to Cap'" 
Jaques Corteleau, and Cap''" Richd. Stillwell to decide the same. 

Upon the Peti?on of Michael Hainelle, & Lambert Johnson wherein they pretend to have received 

much Dammage from some of Breucklyn, especially from Jan Van Bun's by cutting down their 

Fence &c as by the Records may appearc, The said Buys not being sntisfyed w"" the Last co''' order; 
The CO''' orders yt the constable of Breucklyn & the constable of Bosw}'ck shall determine the Differ- 
ence 

Andrew Gibb pit 

Robt Blackwell Deft 

The Pit complaines of the Deft of a Plea of Trespass upon the case for the sums of twenty four 
pounds sixteen, shillings and tenn pence, halfe penny, and five pounds five shillings, and nine pence by 
severall Acco" appearing The Deft confest Judgm' in co''' to the Pit for the summs aforesd : by mr. 
Leet his Attorney according to a warr' directed to him. 



COURT OF SESSIONS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. 233 

The Constable of Breucklyn being presented for bad Highwayes, between their Town, and the 
I-erry. The co''' orders that the constable, and overseers shall view the said wayes, and if they find y"^ 
the said wayes may not conveniently be made passable That then they are to make their Report to the 
next co''"-' of Sessions, who will take farther Order therein. 

Whereas there have been severall Jiidgm'^ of Co''* ag"' some of the Inhabitants of Staten Island, 
before the Time y* the said place was alienated from the Jurisdiction of this Co" The Co" orders yt the 
clerke of the co" shall have power to issue forth Execucon thereupon. 

The Inhabitants of Flat Lands complayning y' the Inhabitants of flat Bush have trespassed upon 
the Land, & meadow of Flat Lands aforesaid, contrary to an Award, and Agree"' made between the 
Inhabitants of both Townes, bearing Date the 11'" day of May 1677. 

The co" orders y' the Inhabitants of fflat Bush shall punctually observe the Award, and Agreem' 
made as aforesd and doe absolutely confirm the same 

There being a Difference between Cap'" Richd Betts, and the Inhabitants of Flat Bush about 
some Lands The co" orders y"^ the constable & overseers of Flat Bush shall meet the said Cap'" Betts 
and Cap''^ Jaques Corteleau within one mondth after this Date to make a final! Determinacon thereof 

George Wood of Newtown bing bound in 20"* for his good behaviour the Last co" of Sessions, 
and to make his appearance at this co" hee having pformed his pte, The co" orders That his Bonds 
shall be deliver'd up there being nothing objected against to the contrary. 

Geo. Wood coniplaines of Ralph Doxy of Newtown about a small psell of Land w''^ the said 
George gave to the said Ralph to Improve, w'"'' the said Ralph neglected to pforni according to 
Agreem' The Co" was pleasd to referr it to a Town co" to decide 

Upon Peticon of Caersten Jansen wherein hee Complaynes that hee being Indebted unto Ralph 
Cardwell a certain quantity of Tobaccoe w^*' hee often tendred to y" said Ralph, but hee refused to re- 
ceive the same although the said Caersten was sued by the sd Ralph the last Co" & condemned to pay 
the Principall w'" costs in Novemb following w'''' ( by the unseasonableness of the weather) hee could 
not possibly pform w"'out great Dammage to himselfe, since which time after a season came he again 
tendred to the sd Ralph in Decemb following yet the sd Ralph refused to receive the same. The co" 
orders yt w'''out farther trouble the said Ralph shall accept thereof 

Marike Jacobs \'ervanger moving for a Reviev,- the Last co" against coert Steevens, The Co''' or- 
ders the said Accon shall be suspended till the next Sessions. 

Peter de Nys having lay'd an Attachm' upon some Land pretended to belong to Cap'" Dudley 
Lovelace upon Staten Island The co" orders that the sd Peter shall prosecute his Accon at ye next 
Sessions In the meantime the Attachmt to continue. 

At a Co" of Sessions held at Gravesend in the W^est Ryding of Yorkshire upon Long Island by 
his Ma"^* Authority beginning on the 19"" day of June in the 30"' year of his Ma""* Raign Annoq 
DiSni 1678 

Present. 

The High Sheriffe Cap** Willet 
And all the Justices. 

Constables called over 
All appear w* their Staves 



234 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Jurors sworne 

Peter Simpson 

Samm Holmes for Gravesend 

Ubadiah VVilkins 

Edward Steeeveiison Newtown 

Roeloff Martisen flat Lands 

Peter Johnson Gowanes 

Rut Joosten N. Utrecht 

New Constables sworne 

Jno Emans of Gravesend 

Tho. Steevensen Newtown 

Wouter Gisberts Boswyck 

Tho. Lambertse Breucklyn 

Gerrit Stryker Flat Bush 

Coert Steevens Flat Lands 

Jno Van Clyffe New L'trecht 

Richd Curtis Staten Island 

Richard Curtis not being an overseer the Last year, W° Brittain was order'd by the Co'''' to be 
Constable in his steed bee being the only Overseer, & Cap"' Jno. Palmer a member of the co''* was 
desired to swear the said Brittain 

The several! Overseers sworn 

Accons 

Cap'° Jno Palmer pit 

Maj Nath. Kingsland Deft 

The Pit complaines yt the Estate of the Deft is indebted to the Pit the sum of thirty pounds four 
shillings, and three halfe pence, for the w'"'' bee did attach the person of Elizabeth Burton servant to 
the said Major Kingsland, for satisfaccon of the said Debt, or part thereof. Jno. Tewder appearing 
as Attorney to the said Elizabeth pleads in her behalfe yt shee is none of the Defts ser''"', and produces 
a Release from Mr. Jno. Kingsland the sonn, and Agent of the said Major Kingsland. The Mat- 
ter being fully Debated in co''* on both sides was referred to a Jury who brought in their Verdict that 
the maid was free by "Virtue of Mr. Jno. Kingslands Release whose power was derived from his 
father as bee was his Agent, and yt the Attachm' upon the maid was Null The co'' agreed w"" the 
Verdict of the Jury, and gave Judgmt accordingly The pit to pay costs - 

Paulus Richards Attorney 
for Malliar Journee pit 
Drick Storme Deft 

This Accon brought into the co"'' by Paulus Richds Attorney for Malliar Journee deceased is by 
the CO''' Judged not tryable here the Power of the Attorney dying w"" the person, but in regard the De- 
ceased made a will, wherein hee Leaves his Estate to his wife in her widdowhood for the maintenance 
of her selfe, and Children, but in case of remarriage to be divided equally between them w"" a re- 
serve of 3 cowes to the Eldest Daughter: Now the said widdow being married again, and the Trus- 
tees w*^*" were nominated in the will neglecting their Duty, The co'"'' think fit to nominate, and appoint 
the said Paulus Richards to be one of the Trustees, for the children, & Obadiah Holmes of Staten Island 
the other, who w''"' the Advice of the Justice of the Peace they are desired. & Empowered to make a 
Calculacon of the whole Estate after Debts paid. & to reserve the Moyetys thereof as it was left by the 
Father for the use of the Children ; (the 3 cowes left to the Eldest Daughter not included) of w'"'' they 
are likewise to have the Trust, and the other to remain to the Widdow The Estate to pay costs 



COURT OF SESSIONS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. 235 

Sam: Ruscoe pit 
Drick Storme Deft 

The Pit declares ye Deft is Indebted to him, the siim of 5"' 7" 9'' due to him out of the Estate of 
Sam. Boring deceased of vv'''' the Deft as one of the Overseers, and Adm'' of the said Boring deceased 
did promise to satisfye and pay to the Pit. The co"' having heard the matter debated doe order yt the 
said sum of five pounds, seaven, shillings, and nine pence be paid, by Drick Storme, and the rest of the 
Adm"' w"" costs. 

Execution issued directed to the High 
sher: his Deputy or any other whom it 
may concern Rlay 3"^ 1680 



W" Morris pit 
Geo. Wood Deft 

The Pit declares that hee bought of Mr. Elyas Doughty of Flushing, and the Constable of New- 
town nine sheep and five Lambs taken by Execucon from the Deft, for a Debt due to Mr. Holden de- 
ceased w'*" said Sheep, & Lambs the Pit reed, and markt w"" his marke. After some Time the Deft 
tooke the said sheep, & Lambs, and remarkt them w"' his marke: Jonathan Hazard, & Edward Stee- 
vens sworne, and Sam. Fish who declare much to ye purpose. After a Long Debate in co'' the matter 
was referred to a Jury, who brought in their Verdict for ye Pit, and the Deft to pay all charges. The 
co" agrees w"" the Verdict of the Jury & order yt the Deft shall pay the Value of the sheep as they 
were apprizd, and the price of the wool, and use of the money amounting to 7"" 15^* w"^ all other 
charges Execucon past 

Jan Van Ross pit 
Elyas Bayles Deft. 

The Pit not having put in a Declaracon according to Law the Deft mov'd for a nonsuit, w*^*" the 
co''' (by reason of the Pits Ignorance as he pretended) was pleased to pass by. Severall debates did 
arise in co" whether or no the Arm of the Deft was set or not. The matter was referred by the co" to 
ye pit, and Deft to make a composure between themselves, w*^" if they could not Effect to be referred to 
the next co" 

John Archer pit 

Cap'" Jno Coe - Deft 

The Pit complaines of the Deft In an Accon of Trespass on the case for deteyning a pr of oxen 
from ye pit as hee pretends, but the matter by consent of both ptyes was referred till the next co''' 
each wanting some materiall Evidence, w"^ the co" was pleased to allow 

Hendrick Johnson pit 

Lawrence Cornells Deft 

The Pit declares against the Deft in an Accon of the case yt ye Deft is Indebted to the pit, in the 
sum of three hundred seaventy, and nine Guilders, which is in part of a parscll of Land bought of the 
Pit. The Deft is willing to pav tJie said sum Provided hee may have his Land assured to him. The 
Pit producing in co" Grants, Pattents, and proving possession &c It was rcferr'd to a Jury who found 
for the Pit. The co" agreed w"^ the Verdict of the Jury, and gave Judgmt accordingly. The Deft 
to pay costs- 

Cornelis Jansen pit 
Auke Jansen Deft 

The Pit complaines yt hoc hath suffer'd much Dammage by the Deft in not setting up his Fence 
adjoyning to the pits. The wor''" co" being inform'd that the matter was formerly determined by a 
Town co" doe order y* the Judgmt of tlie said Town co" be put in Execucon, both as to the for- 
mer charge, and what hee shall be Judged to be damnifyed since the said order and yt the sd Auke 
doe forth w"" set up his said fence, and pay all charges. 

Ralph Cardwell pit 
Robt Johnson Deft 

The Pit declares yt the Deft hath stollen severall Goods out of the Pits House, as by pticulars may 
appear which said Goods were brought into co" and the Deft owning (as Cap'" Still well declares yt hee 
had the Goods but not how hee came by them, and making his Escape before hee came to his Tryall. 



236 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

The CO"'' by his FHght, & other circumstances a^ijudge him to be guilty of the fact, and Order That 
whosoever shall entertain the sd Robert Jackson [sic J who was brouglit I'risoucr irom New Yorke to 
be tryed at this co''' upon suspicion of Felony, shall be hued 5"^' and any that shall make discovery of 
him shall have 20^ for a Reward, and ye co'' doe farther Order yt the i'lt shall receive of the said 
Goods what hee claymes to be his own. 

Jno Low Van Sconderwort pit 

Tho. Lamberts & Geo : Jacobse Defts 

The Pit being called in co" and not appearing was ordered to be nonsuited. 

Geo. Wood of Newtown complaines of Jonathan Hazard constable of Newtown for not doing his 
Duty in serving severall Execucons after Judgmt as yt of Josias Firman, Richard Fido &c., as also of 
Mr. Wandell, & Edward Steevenson taking away his sheep from him unlaw fully. The co"''^ taking the 
matter into their consideracon, and having seriously debated the business doe Order yt the said Wood 
shall be fined 40'* for abusing the constable, & officers of the Tov.n 

And reflecting upon this, and the Town co'"' and also to pay the whole charges of an Accon. 

Upon the Peticon of Hendrick Barentse Smith wherein hee complaynes That by reason the High- 
wayes lying under his Door hee is forced to maintain a ffence on lioth sides the way, wherefore hee 
desires yt a Gate may be set up at each End to ease him of the great charge of maintaining the fence. 
The co" Judges his request reasonable, and allows thereof. 

L^pon the Peticon of Hendrick Barentse Smith, wherein hee complaynes yt his Neighbo''^ of Bos- 
wyck, & other places doe cut down the Timber w'^'out Fence, choosing the Best for themselves, which 
will prove much to the disadvantage of y'' Peticoner wherefore hee prayes That y'' wor^'' will graunt a 
warr' that no wood may be cut upon his Land without his knowledge, or approbacon. The co'* orders 
yt no Timber shall be cut upon his Land within ffence w"'out his order. And for yt without Fence 
severall orders heretofore made be observed, wherein it is declared yt none shall cut any Timber for 
Barke, or other use, but they shall be obliged to carry it ofif the Ground, or burn it thereon both Body, 
Lop, and Top, yt it may be no Incimibrance to the Ground 

Upon ye Peticon of Hendrick Barents Smith That whereas there was an Order made at Bos- 
wyck Bearing Date the 6''^ day of June 1676 yt yo'' Peticoner should not hinder any of the Inhabitants 
of Boswyck to cart through his Lane by the Creek, or water side. The same being taken into Con- 
sideracon, and the great Dammage y' doth accrue to him thereby, It being likewise represented as 
convenient a way may be made near at Hand by the Highway at ye East End of his Lott. 

It is order'd yt ye Inhabitants doe forbear carting through his Lane to goe to the creek, or water 
side, but to make use of the other way at their pleasure w'"'' is judged to be as convenient as the other, 
and the order of the Town co"'* to be null - 

LTpon Peticon of Wouter Gisbertsen yt hee is hindred by Foulcar Dirricksen from a High way 
either to the woods, or the Town, The co''* desires Mr. Justice Betts to view the same, and cause a suf- 
ficient High way to be Layd out. 

Whereas there was a certain psell of Land in the Liberties of Gravesend, which by a Gen" consent 
was Layd out for a common Field, and agreed upon to be fenced w"" a Gen" Fence by such a prefixed 
time as may appear by the Town Records, but two or 3 persons dissenting, and the Rest making a 
Gen" ffence which the psons aforcsd did refuse to contribute to, and Complt hereof being made to the 
CO''' they doe order yt Execucon shall Issue forth against such pson or psons as shall refuse to con- 
tribute thereunto 

Upon y" Peticon of Jno Aresen wherein hee Complaines that Justice Hubbard doth deteyn from 
him the sum of 250 Guilders in Lieu of a Horse taken from him, and sould w''" being refcrr'd to 
Cap'" Jaques Corteleau, and Cap'" Rich VI Stillwell (by consent of both pties) to determine, They 
make their report to the co''' as follows: (vizt) That Justice Hubbard did promise to deliver to yo'" Pe- 
ticoner a Horse valued at so much as the said sum, and if the Horse should be \'alued at more the 
Overplus to be returned to Mr. Hubbard, if at less to be made good to yo'' Peticoner : Justice Hub- 
bard refusing to stand to their Determinacon. The co" doe order y' Jno Arsen, & all others concern'd 
about the said Horse doe prosecute the suit next co" 



COURT OF SESSIONS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. 237 

The Inhabitants of Gravesend having given to Henry Bowman a certain p's of Land within the 
Limits of the said Towne and hee desireing to have it conhrmd to him The co" order the same to be 
recorded 

The will of Ambrose Sutton being prov'd in co" by 2 witnesses viz : Jno. Watson, and Francis 
Pew sworne before Cap'" Jaques Corteleau, And Obadiaii Holmes requesting to Administer according to 

y° will Hee was admitted Administrato'' 

Upon Comp" of the Constable of Staten Island y' Boswell Lisle als Fransoy having married Eliz- 
abeth the Relict of iMinyar deceased, & yt the said Elizabeth hath taken no care to prove the Will 
of her deceased Husband as by Law is required, whereby the Children are like to suffer ; And there 
being likewise an Inventory of the Estate amounting to 90"" 10'' 00'' out of w'" her Eldest Daughter 
is to have 3 Cowes by her own acknowledgment The Co'' doe order That the Trustees Nominated by 
this co"''^ w'" the Advice of the Justice doe take care y' the Estate of the said children be not Imbezelled 

At a Co"'' of Sessions held at Gravesend in the West Ryding of Yorkshire upon Long [Island] 
by his Ma""^^ Authority beginning on ye 18'^ day of Decemb: in the 30"' year of the Reign of o'' Sover- 
aigne Lord Charles the second by the Grace of God of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King 
Defender of the Faith, &c Annoq Dfn 1678 

The Co" opened 

The Justices Commission Read 

Cap' Richd Betts High Sheriflf 
& They all appear 
only Cap' Palmer who is sick 

The Constables of each Townes being called 
over they all appear w"' their Staves 

Jury sworne 

Sammuell Holmes 

Jonathan Hazard In Mr. Bridges his 

Nicolas Eedes case Sam : Holmes ex- 

Samuell Moore cepted, & Tho: Steevensen 

Tho. Lambertse sworn in his place 

Coert Steevense 

W" Brittain 

Accons 

Aaron Hendricks pit 
Jan Van Ross Deft 

The Pit being thrice called in co''' & not appearing, the D' desired a nonsuit which was grauntcd, 
& the Pit to pay all Charges of an Accon as jury S:c 

Cap"^ Richd Stillwell Pit 

Drick Jansen Hogh Landt Deft 

The PI' declares yt hee having souKl the Deft a Horse, who sold the said Horse again to Jno. 
Shnoeiuaker without paving for him, in whose Hands the money was attacht I)y the Pit The same be- 
ing referr'd to a Jury they doe find for the Pit & the Attachmt to be good, The co"'' agree w"" the 
Verdict of the Jury, and order the Deft to pay costs. 

Mr. Charles Bridges pit 

Cap'" James Hubbard Deft 

The Pit declares for a peecc of meadow within tin- Bounds of Gravesend, sould imto Sarah 
Bridges his wife many veares agoe bv Saimder Levnersen, which by mistake was afterward layd out to 
the Deft who hath ever since been in possession of it, though the same hath been often demanded by 



238 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

the Pit, and heretofore adjudged to him by the Town co" severall psons having given Evidence for the 
proof thereof and some of the Bench w"" others desired to view the Land who brought in their Report 
how it Lay The case was referred to a Jury who find for the Pit yt the Meadow in Controversy be- 
longs to the Pit But the Deft to have an equall Dividend w'" the rest of his Neighbo'^ in some other 
place which the co'''' doe Recommend to the Town to lay out for him as advantageously as they can. 
" 8 psons sworn Jno Emans Sam. Spicer Kaersten Boor R-Cardwell Pet. Simpson Jno. Tilton 
Sam: Plolmes W™ Compton " [in margin]. 

Cap'" Sylvester Salisbury pit 
Jno. Sharpe Deft 

This Accon being brought into the co'* upon an Attachmt of the Pits upon the produce of some 
Horses, taken by the Deft from Staten Island formerly belonging to Jno. Garland, deceased for a 
Debt of 20'" 

The same by consent of both ptyes was deferr'd till the next co'"' and the Attachmt to continue 
which is allowed 

Jer. Burroughs pit 
Samuel Moore Deft 

The CO"'' taking the matter into consideracon doe order yt the Lott of Land left in his mothers 
Hands by his Fathers will till Jno. Burroughs shall come of Age. That the Benefit thereof shall come 
to the said Jno. Burroughs, and y*' Immediately Sam: Moore, Jonathan Hazard and Jeremiah Bur- 
roughs shall be guardians to the said Jno. untill hee come of Age The wills of Jno Burroughs of New- 
town, and Elizabeth his widdow both deceased being taken into consideracon. 

Paulus Richards Trustee of Mallear Journee of Staten Island deceased for his children moving 
for an Execucon ags"^ Drick Storm against whome hee had Judgmt : the Last co''' for a certain Debt 
due to the said Children, by the w'* it was ordered to be pay'd before this Sessions: Ordered yt un- 
less hee give Immediate security for the paymt of the Debt before the next co"'' That Execucon doe 
forth w"" issue forth against him. 

Upon the Supplicacon of the Deft the pit was contented to stay one month longer for the paymt 
thereof. 

There being some Difiference between the Towne of Flat Bush, & Breiicklyn concerning their 
Bownds w*''' they are both willing to referr to Cap*'^ Jaques Corteleau, and Cap" Richd Stillwell to be 
decided : The co'''' doe approve thereof, and Order their Report to be Determinative 

Upon the Peticon of Abigail Warner wherein shee desires to be freed from the paymt of her de- 
ceased Husbands Debts, shee being left in a desolate, and poor condicon by her said Husband, and 
nothing considerable left her for the paymt thereof and for the subsistance, and maintainance of her 
selfe, & children. There being an Inventory brought into the co'' of what was left by her said Husband, 
not amounting to more then the \'alue of 40^* The co''' allowes the same, and Order yt shee shall not be 
lyable thereunto, having so inconsiderable a pt of her Husbands Estate for the maintenance of her selfe, 
& children 

Cap'" Jno. Coe moving for a nonsuit ag"' Jno. Archer for non appearance to prosecute his Accon 
against the said Jno. Coe according to order of the last co''' The co''' allowes of the same if the Deft 
shall not appear to answer at the next co'", and show sufficient Reasons for his nonappearance at this 
Time. 

Lawrence Cornells Pit 

Geo. Steevense 

als Caper Deft 

This Accon being not duly Enter'd and the Deft being excused by the Sheriffe for his absence, in 
regard of their being severall sick persons in his House, Together w"" Mr. W"" Hallets pretences, and 
possession of part of the Land in Difference 

It is Ordered yt the former Judgmt obtained by Hendrick Jansen agst the Deft is stopt till the 
next CO''' when the Title is to be tryed between W" Hallet, & Hendrick Jansen or Lawrence Cor- 
nelisen the Pit afore menconed 



COURT OF SESSIONS OF THE WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. 239 

Comp" being made by Cap'* Stillwell, & other [of] the Inhabitants of Gravesend agst Cap"" Hub- 
bard, & Peter Simpson for not complying w'" the Town Orders, in maintaining a Generall Fence, ac- 
cording to Order of the Last co" It is ordered yt Execucon shall Issue forth against such as shall 
refuse to obey the orders of the Town, and co''' of Sessions in y* perticular 

Jno. Van Ross pit 
Elyas Bayles Deft 

The Pit declares yt the Deft is indebted to ye Pit the sum of s"" for setting his Arm : The deft 
not appearing according to order of ye Last co" 

It is Ordered yt the Deft shall pay 40* to the Pit for his trouble in going to him & looking after 
him : The charges to be paid between Pit and Deft. 

Peter Lott moving for Execucon upon a Judgmt of Court against Drick Jansen HoghLandt It is 
allowed, and the co""' Orders Execucon shall Issue forth agst the said Drick 

Sam : Ruscoe moving for the same against Drick Storm, and the Rest of the Adm" of Sam : Bor- 
ing, Deceased the co''' orders as above &c. 



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VOL. I. 



The preponderating religious element in the early days of Shrewsbury was Quaker. As soon as 
a sufficient number of families of this faith were settled upon this tract, they established a meeting, 
which convened at the various houses. 

George Fox records in his Journal, 27'" of 6 mo., 1672, that he arrived at Richard Hartshorn's, at 
Middletown Harbor, which was in a new country now called Jersey; went from there to Shrewsbury, 
and they were building a new meeting-house there. It was evidently not ready for occupancy, for 
Fox preached near where now stands the station of the Central I-iailroad of New Jersey, at Little Sil- 
ver, under the shade of a tree that stood in the corner of the road that leads to Shrewsbury Meeting 
House.* 

One tradition has it, that this primitive house was built of brick imported from Holland, 
another, that it was of logs. In the center of the room a brick floor was used as a fire-place, cor- 
responding to which, overhead, was a sheet-iron canopy, leading to the roof. This building stood 
until 181 5, when it was torn down and rebuilt of wood, in the following year. 

As has ever been the case among them, they started a record of births, marriages, and deaths, 
which has been continued, without interruption, from their earliest inception to date. The first 
volume shows much marginal wear and decay, and in time it is likely to be lost from these causes. It 
is here produced, as is also the second volume, as literally as possible. 

* Parker tradition. 



240 



A RECORD off the MARRIAGES off the PEOPLE off 
GOD in SCORN CALLED QUAKERS 
and — BORN — beginning. 



1674, 6th of gtli mo., at Win. Shattock's house, Restore Lippencott, son of Richard & Abigaill, md. to 
Hannah Shattock, dau. of William: 



Wits: 

His 
Restore x Lippincott, 

Mark. 
Richard Lippencott, 

William Shattock, 

Hugh DSrkman, 

John Hance, 

John Skicum, 

Hannaiah Gifford, 

Thurlagh Svvvnv, [Swyney], 

William Worth,' 



Hannah Lippincott, 

Her 
Hannah x Shattock, 

Mark. 
Abigael Lippincott, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Grace Dirkman, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Lidya Wardell, 
Faith Huett, 
Faith Worth, 
Meribah Slocum. 



1677, I2th of 4th mo., ffrancis Borden md. to Jane Vicars, at Francis Borden's house: 



Wits: 

Eliakim Wardell, 
Robart Wilson, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Hugh Dirckman, 
William Shattock, 
Thomas Potter, 
Thomas Vickars, 
Samuell Dennis, 
Thomas Cooke, 



Ann Potter, 
Hannah Shattock, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Grace Dirkman, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Mary Clayton. 



1688, 25th of 2d mo., at house of Judah Allen, John Tooker md. to Ruth WooUey, both of Shrews.: 



Wits: 

John Wooley, 
Judah Allen, 

Remembrance Lippincott, 
Restore Lippincott, 
Natiianiell Slocum, 
Jacob Lippincott, 



John Tooker, 
Ruth Tucker, 
Hannah Slocum, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Margreet Hartshorn, 



241 



243 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



George Keith, 
Thomas Potter, 
John Cheshire, 
John Lippincott, 
John Barclay, 
Ephraim Allin, 



Ann Potter, 
Grace Lippincott, 
Mary Allen, 
Marcy Woolley, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
J. Agnes Sharpe, 
Easter Vickers. 



1680, 2d of I2th mo., at house of Eliakim Wardell, fTrances JefTery md. to Ann Worth, both of 
Shrews. : 



Wits: 

William Worth, 
Eliakim Wardell, 
William Shattock, 
Hugh Dickman, 
George Curleis, 
Walter Butler, 
flfreedom Lippincott, 
Joseph \\'ardell, 
\\'illiam Bustill, 
Ephraim Allen, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 



Faith Worth, 
Lidya Wardell, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Exercise Curleis, 
Sarah Perkins, 
Margrett Wardell, 
Marv Dickman. 



1686-7, 3*^ of 1st mo., John Hamton, of Middletown. md. to Martha Brown, of Shrews., " at the 
publicke meeting house of fTriends '", the first day of the week: 



Wits: 

Abraham Brown, 
Peter Tilton, 
George Keith, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
John Toocker, 
Samuell Spicer, 
John Hance, 
John Chambers, 
Judah Allen, 
Ephraim Allen, 
Caleb Shreeve, 
Henry Chamberlin, 
John Cheshire, 
Thomas Mckers, 
John Lippincott, 
Thomas Eaton, 



John Hamton, 
Martha Hamton, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Nathaniell Cammact, 
John Harvey, 
Cattron Brown, 
Sarah Shreeve, 
Audrey West, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Jane Borden, 
Jerusha Eaton, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Hester Mcars, 
Mary Thorpp. 



1687, 27th of 8th mo., John Sterkey md. to iMary Channellhouse, widow of Adam Channellhouse, both 
of Shrews., " at the publicke meeting house of f?riends ", on the first day of the 
week : 



Wits: 

Thomas Vickers, 

Thomas Potter, 
ffranses Borden, 
John Lippincott. 
Nathaniell Cammact, 



His 
John X Sterkev, 

Mark. 
Mary Sterkey, 
Elizabeth Hooten, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Ann Potter, 



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Hi 



Abraham Brown, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
William Scott, 
Hugh Dickman, 
William Shattock, 
John Hance, 



Jane Borden, 
.>Agnis Sharp. 



28th of 8th mo., 1687, [in the margin of the record the date is 29 of ist mo., 1681], Ephraim Allen, 
of Shrews., md. to Margaret Wardell, of Shrews., at the house of Eliakim Wardell: 



Wits: 

Eliakim Wardell, 

William Lawrence, 

Judah Allen, 

Joseph Wardell, 

John Williams, 

Simon Cooper, 

Remembrance Lippincott, 

John Slocum, 

George Curbs, 

Frances Borden, 

John Wooley, 

Hananiah Gififord, 

William Wooley, 

John Sterkey, 

Eleazer , [?], 

William Lawrence, Jr., 
John Lawrence, 



Lidya Wardell, 
Sarah Perkins, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Mary Allen, 
Mary Cooper, 
Margaret Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Gififord, 
Sarah Reape, 
Frances Bucher, [?], 
Jane Borden, 
Meribah Slocum, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Elizabeth Cole, 
^Margaret Parker. 



1680, loth of loth mo., [29th of 9th mo., 1687, in margin], at house of William Shattock, George 
Curlis, of Shrews., md. to Exercise Shattock, of Shrews.: 



Wits: 

William Shattock, 
Restore Lippencott, 
Richard Lippencott, 
Remembrance Lippencott, 
John Lippencott, 
fTreedom Lippencott, 
Jacob Lippencott, 
Simon Cooper, 
Hugh Dickman, 
John Hance, 
Thomas V'ickers, 
ffranses Borden, 
John Chambers, 
John Sterkey, 
Ephraim Allen, 
Thomas Leeds, 
Abraham Brown, 
Samuel Dennis, 
William Worth, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Luis Mattocks, 
Martha Brown, 
Elizabeth Higgs, 



Hannah Shattock, 
Elizabeth Tole, [or Tob], 
Hannah Lippencott, 
Mary Shattock, 
Abigaell Lippencott, 
Increase Lippencott, 
Margrett Lippencott, 
Mary Lippencott, 
Mary Cooper, 
Margrett Leeds, 
Ann Potter, 
Jane Borden, 
Sarah Parker, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
fTaith Worth, 
Sarah Perkins, 
Margrett Wardell, 
ffaitli Huett, 
Ann Worth, 
Franses Parker, 
Mary West. 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



i688, I2th of loth mo., [same in margin], Thomas Hillborn, of Sfirews., md. to Elizabeth Hutton, of 
Shrews., at house of Elizabeth Hutton : 



Wits: 

John Hance, 
Abraham Brown, 
Thomas Potter, 
ffranses Borden, 
Judah Allen, 
Thomas Vickers, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
George Curleis, 
Samuel White, 
John Tucker, 
Nathaniell Slocum, 
John Williams, 
Joseph West, 
William Reape, 
Remembrance Lippencott, 



Thomas Hillborn, 
Elizabeth Hillborn, 
Elizabeth Hutton, 
Ann Potter, 
Sarah Reape, 
Mary Chambers, 
Hannah Jenkens, 
Margrett Lippencott, 
Ann Lippencott, 
Agnes Sharp, 
Mary Allen, 
Easther Vickers, 
Elizabeth Wardell, 
Mary Pattison, 
Ann Jeffreys, 
Hannah Slocum, 
Meribah Slocum, 
Ruth Tucker. 



1689, 9th of ilth mo., [in margin loth of 2d mo., 1690], Robert Ray md. to Jenett Hamton, both of 
Shrews., at house of John Hamton: 



Robert Ray, 
Janet I: R: Ray, 
Martha Hamton, 
Margrett Leeds, 
Jane Borden, 
Easther Vickers, 
Sarah Brown, 
Sarah Shreve, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Hannah Astin, 
Rebekah Throckmorton. 



Wits: 

John Hamton, 

John Hance, 

Peter Tilton, 

William Askin, 

William Scott, 

George Codies, 

John Lippincott, 

Thomas Vickers, 

Abraham Brown, 

ffrances Borden, 

Jacob Lippencott, 

John Reid, 

Thomas Warne, 

John Cheshire, 

Moses Lipett, 

Thomas Potter, 

Caleb Shreve, 

William Laing, 

William Scott, Jr., 

William Davidson, 

Abraham Brown, Jr., 

Remembrance Lippencott, 

1692, 14th of 2d mo., [in margin 22d of 3d mo., 1692], John Cheshire, of Shrews., md. to Ann Sutton, 
" on a fifth day of the week, at the publick meeting house of friends ": 



Wits: 

his 
John X Worthley, 

mark. 
Peter White, 
Samuel White, 



John Cheshire, 

Ann Cheshire, 
Mary White, 



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Thomas White, 
Peter Tillton, 
Thomas Hillborn, 
EHakim Wardell, 
Thomas Potter, 
ffrances Borden, 
William Astin, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Thomas Vickers, 
George Allen, 
Hugh Dickman, 
William Scott, 
John Lippencott, 
Remember Lippencott, 
John Harvey, 
Riciiard Lippencott, 
Margrett Lippencott, 
Elizabeth White, Jr., 



Sarah Reapc, 

Jane White, 

Mary White, Jr., [or Marg.], 

Abigaell Lippencott, 

Elizabeth Nooton, [?], 

Abigaell Scott, 

Lydia Wardell, 

Margrett Leeds, 

Elizabeth Allen, 

Jane Borden, 

Easther Vickers, 

Mary Cammack, 

Elizabeth White, 

Meribah Slocum, 

Lydia Biddle, 

Esther Wardell, 

Elizabeth Hillborn. 



1692, loth of 1st mo., [in margin 22d of 3d mo., 1692], William Askin, of Shrews., md. to Jennett Mill, 
of same place, " on A fifth day of the vveake, at the publick meeting house of 
ffriends": 



Wits: 

John Hamton, 

John Hance, 
William Shattock, 
Thomas Mckers, 
George Curleis, 
John Lippencott, 
ffranses Borden, 
Restore Lippencott, 
John Cheshire, 
John Harvey, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Remembrance Lippencott, 
Thomas Killborn, 
Allen Collwell, 



his 
William x Askin, 

mark. 
Janet Askin, 
Abigaell Lippencott, 
Elizabeth Horton, 
Jane Borden, 
Hannah Lippencott, 
Easther Vickers, 
Jerusha Eatton, 
Ann Sutton, 
Mary Cammack, 
Elizabeth Allen, 
Exercise Curleis, 
Elizabeth Cook, 
Margrett Lippencott, 
Marv Allen. 



1692, 7th of 5th mo., [in margin 4th of 12 mo., 1692], John Lippincott md. to Sarah Huett, both of 
Shrews., " fifth day of week at friends meeting house : 



Wits: 

John Lippencott, 

Thomas Huett, 

Remembrance Lippencott, 

John Hance, 

Lewis Morris, 

William Shattock, 

Franses Borden, 

Jedidiah Allen, 

John Harvey, 

Richard Lippencott, 

Preserve Lippencott, 

William W'est, 

William Woodmanse, 



John Lippencott, 
Sarah Lippencott, 
fifaith Huett, 
Ann Lippencott, 
Abigaell Lippencott, 
Mary Lippencott, 
Mary Hulett, 
Elizabeth GifTard, 
Margrett Huett, 
'Increase Dennis, 
Margrett Leeds, 
Elizabeth Hutton, 
Meribali Slocum, 



246 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Joseph Parker, Elizabeth Hance, 

Caleb Shreive, Jane Borden, 

John Chambers, Easther Vickers, 

Richard Chambers, Elizabeth Lippencott, 

Elizabeth Cook, Jane White, 

Elizabeth Jackson, Mary White, 

Mary Wardell, 
Esther Wardell. 



1692, 29th of 7th mo., [in margin 4th of 12th mo., 1692], Abraham Brown md. to Leah Clayton, he of 
Shrews., she of Middletown, on fifth day of week, at house of John Clayton: 

Wits: 

John Cleayton, Abraham Brown, 

Abraham Brown, Leah Brown, 

Nicolas Brown, Senior, Mary Brown, 

John Hamton, Rebecka Tillton, 

Peter Tillton, Sarah Cleayton, 

John Hance, Jane Wing, 

Zebulon Cleayton, Sarah Pears. 

Nicolas Brown, Junier, 

William Scott, 

Calib Shreeve, 

William Havens, 

Rhalfe Warner, 

Samuel Dennis, 



1693, 28th of 7th mo., [in margin ist of 8 mo., 1693], Thomas Garwood, of Burlington, in West 
Jersey, md. to Jane White, of Shrews., 5th day of week at Friends' Meeting 
House: 

Wits: His 

Peter White, Thomas x Garwood, 

His Mark. 

John X Garwood, Jane Garwood, 

Mark. 

Samuel White, Mary White, Jr., 

Thomas White, Elizabeth Hooton, 

His 

John X Worthey, Jane Borden, 

Mark. 

William Shafiford, Elizabeth Hance, 

John Hance, Elizabeth Allen, 

His 

William x Astin, Faith Huett, 

Mark. 

Franses Bordon, Margrett Leeds, 

Eliakim Wardoll, Esther Vickers, 

John Tillton, Ann Lippincott, 

John Lippincott, Sarah Lippincott, 

Remembrance Lippincott, Lidya Wardell, 

Thomas Potter, Elizabeth White, 

Thomas Vickers, Elizabeth White, Jr., 

George Corlis, Elizabeth Lippincott, 

William West, Mary Lippincott, 



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247 



Jedidiah Allen, 
John Lippincott, Jr., 
Richard Lippincott, 
Josiah Parker, 
Nathan Allen, 
John Chambers, 
Richard Chambers, 
William Parker, 



Elizabeth Kilborne, 
Abigell Lippincott. 



1695, 2d of 7 mo., [in margin 3d of 7 mo., 1695], James Adams, of Burlington Co., md. to Esther 
Allen, of Shrews., at Friends' Public Meeting House: 



Wits: 

Franses Borden, 
William Astin, 
Peter Tillton, 
Samuele Jenings, 
John Hudson, 
Nathaniell 



Peter White, 
John Lippincott, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Caleb Allen, 
John Tillton, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Leah Newbery, 
Elizabeth White, 
Elizabeth Hilborn, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Eli Stanton, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Hannah Slocom, 



John Chambers, 
Susanna Addams, 
Jeborah Addams, 
fifaith Huett, 
Jane Boden, 
Sarah Reape, 
Elizabeth Hooton, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Mary Chambers, 
Meribah Slocum, 
Ann Hebrone, 
Margrett Leeds, 
James Addams, 
Esther [?] Addams, 
Joh Addams, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Elizabeth Allen, 
John Tillton, 
Roberta Tillton, 
Elisha Allen, 
Nathan Allen, 
Judah Allen, 
Sarah Warden. 



1695, I2th of loth mo., [in margin 12th of i mo., 1695-6], Richard Lippincott md. to Mary White, 
both of Shrews., 5th day of week, at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

Remembrance Lippincott, 

John Lippincott, 

Peter White, 
Peter White, Jr., 
John Lippincott, Jr., 
John Hance, 
Franses Borden, 
Jedediah Allen, 

Abraham , 

Thomas , 

Preserve Lippincott, 
Joseph Parker, 
John Chambers, 
Peleg Chamberlin, 
Richard Chambers, 



Richard Lippincott, 

this 
Mary x Lippincott, 

mark of 
Josiah Lippincott, 
William Brendly, 
Margret Lippincott, 
Abiga O. Lippincott, 
Ann Lippincott. 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Jane Borden, 
Elizabeth Allen, 
Jane Worth. 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1695-6, I2th of 1st mo., [in margin 13th of ist mo., 1695-6], John Wortlily md. to Elizabeth Hance, 
Jr., both of Shrews., 5th day of week, at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

John Hance, 

Peter White, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Thomas White, 
John Lippincott, 
george Curleis, 
William Astin, 
John Hance, Jr., 
Richard Lippincott, 
Nathan Allen, 
Judah Allen, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 



his 

John X Worthly, 

mark 
Elizabeth Worthly, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Judeth Hance, 
Mary White, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Sarah Reape, 
Elizabeth Hooton, 
Joanna Bills, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Mary Hulitt, Jr., 
Elizabeth White, Jr., 
Jane Borden, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Allen, 
Elizabeth Johnson. 

1696, 14th of 3d mo., [in margin 15th of 3rd mo., 1696], James Antrom, of Burlington, md. to Mary 
Hance, of Shrews., 5th day of week, at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

John Hance, 

John Antrom, 

Isaac Horner, 
George Curleis, 
John Hance, Jr., 
Peter Tillton, 
Frances Borden, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
"Micheall Euffin, 
William Pancoast, ^ 
Thomas Craft, 
Joseph Collins, 
Thomas Bills, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Joseph Pancoast,, . 



his 
James x Antrom, 
mark 

her 
Mary x Antrom, 

mark 
Eliabeth Hance, 
Deborah Hance, 
fTranses Antrom, 
Elizabeth Allen, 
Elizabeth Hillborn, 
Sarah Wardell, 
Katharine Hudellstone, 
Esther Wardell, 
Meribah Wardell. 
Thomisin Scattergood. ^ 



1696, 3d of loth mo., [in margin 9th of 4 mo., 1697], Thomas French, Jr., living in West Jersey, 
near Burlington, md. Mary Allen, of Shrews., 5th day of week at Friends' Meeting 
House: 



Wits: 

Thomas French, 

Caleb Allen, 

George Allen, 

Remembrance Lippincott, 

John Woolley, 

John Hance, 

ffranses Borden, 



Elizabeth Lippincott, 
Hanna Allen, 
]\Iargrett Leeds, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Elizabeth Hooton, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Jane Borden, 



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Natlianicll Slocom, 
John Lippincott, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Thomas Frcncli, Jr., 

her 
Mary x French, 

mark 
Mary Forman, 

her 
Hannah x Allen, 

mark 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Lidya Woolly, 
Marcy Wolly, 
Elizabeth Allen, 



Elizabeth Allen, 
Mary Tillton. 



1697, 28th of 8th mo., [in margin 29th of 8th mo., 1697], Thomas Hooton, living in West Jersey, near 
Burlington, md. Mary Lippincott, of Shrews., 5th day of week, at Friends'' Meet- 
ing House: 



Wits: 

John Lippincott, 

Remembrance Lippincott, 

Richard Lippincott, 
Samuell Lippincott, 
Peter Tillton, 
William Bickly, 
John Tillton, 
Josiah Parker, 
John Hance, 
Thomas Hillborn, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Franses Borden, 
Joseph Collins, 
Stephen Newby, 



his 
Thomas x Hooton, 

mark 
The X mark of 
Mary Hooton, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, Jr., 
Mary Hulett, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
Mary White, 
Sarah White, 
Abigaell Shinn, 
Mary Lippincott, 
Mary Wodmance, 
Patience \\'ardell, 
Margrett Leeds, 
Elizabeth Hooton, 
Elizabeth Hillborn, 
Meribah Slocom. 



1699, 7th of 2d mo., [in margin 27th of 2d mo., 1704], Joseph Parker, of Monmouth Co., md to Eliza- 
beth Lippincott, both of Shrews., at house of Rembrance [Lippincott ?] : 



Wits: 

Remembrance Lippincott, 

John Lippincott, 

Nathanell Parker, 

Peter Parker, 

Richard Lippincott, 

Edward Woolley, 

Josiph Lippincott, 

William Astin, 

John Hance, 

John Lippincott, Jr., 

George Corleis, 

Preserve Lippincott, 

Robert Lippincott, 

William Worth, 



Joseph Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Meribah Slocom, 
Mary Hulitt, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Lydia Woolley, 
Mary Lippincott, 
Mary Storeman, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Mary White, 
Faitii Huett, 
Susana Bickley, 
Margrett Leeds, 



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Franses Borden, Jane Borden, 

Abigaell Lippincott, Jenitt [?] Astin, 

Abigaell Dennis, Sarah Wardell. 

Sarah White, 
Mary Chambers, 
Mary Hearce, 
Meribah Wardell, 
Patience Wardell, 

1699, 4th of 8th mo., [in margin 27th of 2d mo., 1704], Robert Bonell, of Philadelphia, nid. to Esther 
Wardell, of Shrews., at house of Eliakim Wardell: 



Wits: 

Jedidia Allen, 
Abraham Senior, 
William Fisher, 
Nathaniel! Slocom, 
Williain Brinley, 
Josiph Lippincott, 
Nathaniell Bills, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Hannah Slocom, 
Hannah Woodmansee, 
Elizabeth Williams, 



Robart Bonell, 
Easther Bornell, 
Eliakim Wardell, 
Lidya Wardell, 
James Poulter, 
Josiph Wardell, 
William Biddle, Jr., 
Tho. Woodmansee, 
Elizabeth White, 
Meribah Wardell, 
Sarah Righton, 
Ealiabeth Hooton, 
Margrett Leeds, 
Meribah Slocom. 



1699, 23rd of 9th mo., [in margin ist of ist mo., 1699], George Corleis, of Shrews., md. to Jeborah 
Hance, of Shrews., 5th day of week, at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

Remembrance Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, Jr., 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Margrett Leeds, 
Susana Bickly, 
Elizabeth Hooton, 
Sarah Reape, 
Jane Borden, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
John Hance, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Hannah Corleis, 
Elizabeth Corleis, 
Sarah White, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Mary Leeds, 



Willmoth Worth, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Tho. Hillborn, 
George Corleis, 
Jeborah Corleis, 
Elizabeth Worthey, 
Judeth Hance, 
Faith Huett, 
John Corleis, 
John Hance, Jr., 
Thomas White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Richard Lippincott, 
John Tilton, [Sr.?]. 



1700, 3d of Sth mo., [in margin, 28th of 2d mo., 1704], Samuel Lippincott, living near Burlington, in 
West Jersey, md. to Ann Hulett, on 4th day of week at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

John Tillton, [Se?], 
Franses Borden, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
William Worth, 



Samuell Lippincott, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
Mary Hulitt, 



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Caleb Allen, 
George Allen, 
George Corleis, 
John Shinn, 
William Ogborn, 
Thomas White, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Deborah Corleis, 
Hannah Corleis, 
Elizabeth White, 
Susana Bickley, 
Jane Borden, 
Sarah Reape, 
Elizabeth Hooton, 
Elizabeth Hillborn, 
Meribah Slocom, 

1700, 5th of loth mo., [in margin, 1704, 28th of 2d mo.], Seth Hill, of Burlington, West Jersey, md. 
to Elizabeth White, " late widdovv ", of Shrews., 5th day of week at Friends' Meet- 
ing House: 



William Shattock, 
Hannah Lippincott, Ju., 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, Ju., 
Sarah Lippincott, Ju., 
Mary Lippincott, 
Ann Lippincott, Jr., 
Margrett Lippincott, Jr. 



Wits: 

John Slocom, 
John Lippincott, 
George Corleis, 
Franses Borden, 
Nathaniell Slocom, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
William Brinley, 
Josiah XN'ing, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 



Seth Hill, 
Elizabeth Hill, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Sarah Wardell, 
Elizabeth Hooton, 
Jane Borden, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Hillborn, 
Meribah Slocom, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott. 



1701, 2d day of 5th mo., [in margin, 1704, 28th of 2d mo.], Joseph Wing, of Shrews., md. to Ann 
Lippincott, of Shrews., at house of John Lippincott : 



Wits: 

John Hance, 
George Corleis, 
William Astin, 
Franses Borden, 
Thomas White, 
Tho. Woodmansee, 
Nathaniell Parker, 
William Brinley, 
Amas White, 
Thos. Huitt. 
John Leonard, 
Thomas Wooley, 
George Allen, 
Elizabeth Hooton, 
Susana Bickley, 
Jane Borden, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Elizabeth Hillborn, 
Faith Huitt, 
Hannah Woodmansee, 
Mary White, 
Mary Leeds, 



Josiph Wing, 
Ann Wing, 
John Lippincott, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Jerushah Eatton, 
John Lippincott, Jr., 
Preserve Lippincott, 
Robart Lippincott, 
John West, 
Jane West, 

Remembrance Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, Jr., 
Richard Lippincott, 
Mary Lippincott, 
Sarah I^ippincott, 
Joseph Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker. 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1701, 17th of 8th mo., [in margin, 1704, 29th of 2d mo., 1704], Joseph Lippincott md. to EHzabeth 
White, both of Shrews., at house of Mary White, at a pubhc meeting of Friends: 



Wits: 

Abraham Butterworth, 
Mary Buttenvorth, 
Sarah Braddick, 
Nicolas Brown, 
Wilham Brinley, 
Tho. Woodmansee, 
George Allen, 
Nathaniell Parker, 
John Lippincott, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Preserve Lippincott, 
Amos White, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Thomas Hearce, 
Edward Worth, 
Josiph Clarke, 
John Leonard, 
Hannah Woodmansee, 
Lidya Woolley, 
Andria Webley, 



Josiph Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Mary White, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Mary Lippincott, 
William Lippincott, 
Peter White, 
Robart White, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Sarah White, 
Josiph Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Edward Woolley, 
John Woolley, 
William Woolley, 
Ann Woolley. 



1702, l8th of nth mo., [in margin, 1704, 29th of 2d mo., 1704], Henry Allen md. to Hannah Corleis, 
both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, in Shrewsbury: 



Wits : 

Samuell Jenings, 
John Adams, 
John Hance, 
John Lippincott, 
Joseph Wing, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Caleb Allen, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Abraliam Bickley, 
Thomas White, 
Amos White, 
Robart Lippincott, 
Nathaniell Parker, 
William Lippincott, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Susana Bickley, 
Jane Borden, 
Elizabeth Worthley, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Margrett Hartshorn, 
Mary White, 
Meribah Slocom, 

1703, 29th of 5th mo., [in margin, 29th of 2d mo., 1704], John Tilton md. to Margaret Lippincott, 
both of Monmouth Co., 5th day of week at Friends' Meeting House: 



Henry Allen, 
Hannah Allen, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
George Corleis, 
Elizabeth Allen, 
Nathan Allen, 
Ralfe Allen, 
John Corleise, 
Elizabeth Corleis, 
Mary Allen, 
Patience Allen, 
Meribah Allen, 
Sarah Reape. 
Elizabeth Hooton. 



Wits: 

John Hance, 
George Corleis, 
W'illiam Worth, 



John Tillton, 
Margrett Tillton, 
John Lippincott, 



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Jedidiah Allen, 
Trustrom Allen, 
Caleb Allen, 
William Astin, 
Franses Borden, 
Jane Borden, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Sarah Reape, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Elizabeth Williams, 



Remembrance Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, ju., 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Josiph Wing, 
Samuell Tillton, 
Daniell Tillton, 
Thomas Tillton, 
Sarah Tillton, 
Mary Tilhon, 
Josiph Parker, 
Nathaniel Parker, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Abigaell Lippincott, 
Sarah Lippincott, ju. 



1704, 2d of 4th mo., [in margin, 1704 of 4th mo.], Walter Harbart, of Shrews., md. to Sarah 

Tillton, of Middletown, 5th day of week at house of Rebecca Tilton : 



Wits: 

John Lippincott, Se., 

Remembrance Lippincott, 

John Hance, 

George Allen, 

Josiph Wing, 

Thomas Woodmansee, 

Richard Lippincott, 

John Lippincott, jr., 

Boniamin Laurance, 

Richard Stoutt, 

John Scott, 

Nathaniell Bills, 

Mary Bills, 

Mary Scott, 

Jane Borden, 

Sarah Reape, 

Ann Lippincott, 

Margrett Tillton, 

Ann Wing, 

Mary Lippincott, 

Cattern Tillton, 

Elizabeth Tillton, 

Elizabeth Tillton, 



his 

Walter x x Harbart, 

mark 
Sarah Harbart, 
Rebeca Tillton, 
Henry Harbart, 
Elizabeth Ellison, 
Faith Huett, 
John Tillton, 
Samiell Tillton, 
Daniell Tillton, 
Mary Tillton, 
Easther Tillton, 
John Tillton, 
Peter Tillton, 
Daniell Tillton, ju., 
Rebeca Applegate, 
Mary Stout. 



1704, 26th of nth mo., [in margin, 1704, 19th of 12 mo.], William Brinley md. to Elizabeth Corleis, 
both of Shrews., 5th day of week at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

Remembrance Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Joseph Parker, 
John Lippincott. ju., 
Robart Lippincott, 



William Brinly, 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
George Corleis, 
John Corleis, 
Henry Allen, 
George Allen, 



2S4 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

John Hance, jr., Jeddidiah Allen, 

Franses Borden, jr., Ralf Allen. 

Thomas White, 

Peter Parker, 

Samell Swain, 

John Daggery, [?], 

Peter Murdock, 

Sarah Reape, 

Hannah Allen, 

Judali Hance, 

Elizabeth Parker, 

Ruth Lippincott, 

Patience Allen, 

Meribah Allen, 

Patience Curies, 

Naomy Edwards, 

Rebeca Edwards, 



♦1705, 5tli of 4tli mo., [in margin, 1705, loth of ist mo.], Samuel Tilton md. to Patience Allen, both 
of Monmouth, at Friends' Meeting House: 

Wits: 

Remembrance Lippincott, Samuell Tillton, 

Nathan Allen, . Patience Tillton, 

Jeidiah Allen, Rebeca Tillton, 

Ralph Allen, Elizabeth Allen, 

Henry Allen, Meribah Slocom, 

James Addams, Jeddah Hance, 

John Tillton, Hannah Slocom, 

Daniell Tillton, Elizabeth Parker, 

Peter Tillton, Auderi Webly, 

John Lippincott, Hannah Allen, 

Willn. Redford, Jane West, 

Willm. West, Ann Lippincott, 

Wm. Brcndly, Elizabeth Brendly, 

Walter Harbart, Elizabeth Tillton. 

John Woolley, 
Tho. Woodmansee, 
Nicolas Brown, 
Tho. White, 
Joseph Wiag, 
Robart Lippincott, 
George Allen, S [?], 

*Samuell Tillton's Ceitificate concerniiif; his marriage &c. Whereas Samuell Tillton & patience Allen both of the County 
of Monmouth in the province of east New Jersey having intentions of marriage with each other did in two public meetings of the 
people called Quakers declare theire intentions of marriage with each other desireing the consent & approbation of the said meet- 
ings & upon inquiry made by persons appointed by the said meeting for that purpose All things Appeareing clear to them (both) 
as to Consent of parents iS: clearness from all others in Relation to Marriage the Sd meetings gave their Consent to them finish- 
ing theire Sd ; intentions &c These are therefore to Certify all persons that upon the 5th day of the 4th mo. 1705 in a public 
meeting of the people Called Quakers, and others appointed for that purpose at the meeting house of friends at Shrowsbery where 
in the Presence of God & before the assembly the Sd : Samuell Tillton took this friend Patience Allen to be his wife untill death 
separate them cS: in like manner Patience Allen declares friends in the presence of God and before the assembly I take this my 
friend Samuell Tillton to be my husband untill death separates us in Confirmation of wch. the parties themselves have first of all 
subscribed their names (hereunto) she the Sd. Patience then taking upon her the name of her husband & we being then Present 
have Subscribed our names as witnesses : 

Remembrance Lippincott 

Nathan Allen 

Jeidiah Allen 

Ralph Allen (Sec. &c) 



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1706, 2d of 3d mo., [in margin, 1706, 2d of 12th mo.], John Williams md. to Sarah Lippincott, both 
of Shrews., 5th day of week, at house of Remembrance Lippincott; 



John Williams, 
Sarah Williams, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
John Williams, 
Margret Lippincott, 
John Allen, Justice, 
Thomas Huett, 
George Williams, 
Josiph Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Parker. 



Wits: 

Edward Woolly, 
Lidia Woolley, 
Mar>' Lippincott, 
Lydia Williams, 
Margrett Williams, 
Elizabeth Brindley, 
Sarah Potter, 
Joanna Bills, 
Ruth Lippincott, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
John Woolley, 
William Lippincott, 
Hannah Woodmansee, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
Abigael White, 
Elizabeth Woolly, 
Mary Lippincott, 

1706-7, I2th of 4th mo., [in margin, 1706-7. 8th of 12 mo.], Nathaniel Fitzrandolph, of Wood- 
bridge, md. to Jane Hampton, " of the County of Freehold," at house of Jane 
Hampton: 



Wits: 

John Hampton, 
David Hampton, 
Phillip Edington, 
Charles Gordon, 
Robart Ray, 
George Allen, 
Edward Wolley, 
Trustrom Allen, 
Benid. Griffith, 
John Laeng, (?), 
Wilt Redford, 

Wilt Leyton, 

John Hebron, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Izibell Hampton, 
L)dia Woolley, 
Jennet Ray, 
ALiry Layton, 
Hannah Woodnianse, 
Mary Foreman, 
Sarah Potter, 
Margrett Lippincott, 

1707, 3d of 7th mo., [in margin, no date], Tliomas Woolley md. to Patience Tucker, both of Shrews., 
at house of Meribah Slocum: 



Nathaniell Fitzrandolph, 
Jane Fitzrandolph, 
John Fitzrandolph, 
Samuel Fitzrandolph, 
Joseph Fitzrandolph, 
Desire Fitzrandolph, 
John Rensy, 
Grace Rinsy, 
Samuell Ogborne, 
Mary Ogborne, 
Sarah Ogborne, 

her 
Abigael x Edington, 

mark 
Lydia Gordin. 



Wits: 

Joseph Wardell, 
John Lippincott, jr., 
Amos White, 



Thomas Woolley, 
Patience Woolley, 
John \\^oolley. 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY 



George Williams, 
Sarah W'ardell, 
Jane Borden, 
Jenet Astene, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Mar}- Dennis, 
Haimah Cook, 



Meribah Slocom, 
Hannah Slocom, 
William Woolley, 
John Woolley, jr.. 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Thomas Foreman, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Josiph Lippincott. 



1708, 27th of nth mo., [in margin, nth of 4th mo., 1710], George Williams md. to Joanna Bills, 
both of Shrews., 5th day of week at Quaker Meeting House; 



Wits: 

William Lippincott, 
Edward Hardman, 
Ubiah Edwards, 
John Corleis, 
\\illiam Corleis, 
Isaac Hance, 
Silas Cook, 
Naomy Edwards, 
Mar\- Corleis, 
RocheU White, 
Elizabeth Dennis, 



George Williams, 
Joanna Williams, 
John Williams, 
John Williams, jr., 
George Allin, 
Thomas Bills, jr., 
John Scott, 
Man.- Scott, 
Sarah Williams, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
Ruth Lippincott, 
Meribah Allen, 
R'^membrance Lippincott. 



1708, 2d of I2th mo., [in margin, 1710, nth of 4th mo.], Amos White md. to Hannah Mills, both of 
Shrews., 4th day of week, at house of Jenet Astins : 



Wits: 

John Lippincott, 
^\'illiam Brinley, 
Josiph Parker, 
John Corleis, 
William Corleis, 
Isaac Hance, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Jane Borden, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Ruth Lippincott, 
Naomy Edwards, 
Richard White, 
Man.- Corleis, 
Mar}- Lawrance, 
Margrett Brown, 

1708, 2ist of I2th mo., [in margin, 1709, the nth mo.], William Thorn, of Nottingham, Burling- 
ton Co., md. to Meribah Allen, of West Jersey, 2d day of week at Shrews., Friends' 
MeetinsT House: 



Amos White, 
Hannah White, 
Jenit Astin, 
Thomas White, 
Thomas White, Jr., 
Robart White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Derity \\'hite, 
Elizabeth White, 
Mar\- Hulitt, 
Elizabeth Parker. 



Wits: 

Margery Allen, 

Susannah Thorn, [or Thorn], 

Susannah Field, 

Margrett Allen, 

Sarah Reape, 



William Thorn, 
Meribah Thorn, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Nathan Allen, 
Ralph Allen, 



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Meribah Slocom, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Josiph Thorn, 
Wilt Montgomry, 
John Stevenson, 
Thomas Field, 
George Corleis, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Richard Lippincott, 
John Lippencott, 



Henry Allen, 
David Allen, 
Jonathan Allen, 
Jenet Astin, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Edward Hardman, 
Jo. West, 
Wilt Brendly, 
Nathaniell Milliner, 
John Bunting, 
Thomas Shaddock, 
k Haviland. 



1710, 1st of 8th mo., [in margin, 25th of 8 mo., 1710], Isaac Hance, of Shrews., md. Rachel White, 
of same place, 5th day of week, at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

John Lippincott, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
John Tucker, 
John Woolley, 
Josiph Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Tho. Woodmansee, 
George Williams, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Rich. Lippincott, 
Wilt Lippencott, 
Wilt Brenley, 
John Mckers, 
Josiph Lippincott, 
Mary Lippincott, 



Isaac Hance, 
Rachell Hance, 
Thos. \\'hite, 
Leah White, 
John Hance, 

Joyce H , 

George Corleis, 
Deboah Corleis, 
Josiph Stoutt, 
Henry Allen, 
Hannah Allen, 
Mary Hulet, 
Mary Corleis, 
Johannah Williams. 



1710, 6th of I2th mo., [in margin, 1710, 12th mo.], John Lippincott, of Shrews., md. to Jenit Astin, 
of same place, at house of John Lippincott: 



Wits: 

Sarah Raat, [?], 
Meribah Slocom, 
Jane Borden, 
Margrett Hartsorn, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
John Woolly, 
Josiph Wardell, 
Deborah Corleis, 
Sarah Wardell, 



John Lippincott, 

J ? Lippincott, 

Remembrance Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Richard Lippincott, 
Josiph Parker, 
George Corleis. 



1712, 8th of 8th mo., [in margin, 1712, 12th of 8th mo.], Abell Preston, of Philadelphia, md. to 
Meribah Slocum, of Shrews., 4th day of week at house of Meribah Slocum : 



Wits: 

Remembrance Lippincott, 
William Lippincott, 
John Woolley, 
Joseph Parker, 
Walter Harbur, 
Nathaniel Parker, 
Peter Parker, 



Abell Preston, 
Meribah Preston, 
Hannah Slocom, 
Meribah Slocom, 
Samuel Slocom, 
Paul Preston, 
Priscilla Preston, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Henry Allen, 
David Allen, 
Josiph Wardell, 
Elizabeth Wardell, 
Josiph Wardell, ju., 
Sarah Reape, 
Jane Borden, 
Elizabeth Gibbert, 
Sarah \\'ardell, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
Patience WooUey, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Deborah Corleis, 



Sarah Rut tor, 
Elizabeth P'arker, 
Naomi Sloconi, 
Hannah Allen, 
Margrett Allen, 
Alarv Allen. 



1714, 7th of 8th mo., [in margin, 1714, 17th of 8th mo.], Thomas Lippincott, of Shrews., md. to 
Elizabeth White, of same place, 5th day of week at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

Margrett Lippincott, 
Sarah Reape, 
Jane Borden, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Deborah Corleis, 
Mary Corleis, 
Manche \\'hite, 
Mary Masters, 
Isaac Hance, 
Rachell Hance, 
Sam Willbur, 
Leah Willbur, 
George Corleis, 
John \\'oolley, 
Thomas Phillips, 
William Corleis. 
Edward Hardman, 



Thomas Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, Ju., 
Sarah Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, Sr., 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Jacob Lippincott, 
Amos White, 
Walter Ha ? 



'^7'^7> 3 J of 8th mo., [1717, 8th mo., in margin], James Tucker md. to Leah Wilbur, both of Shrews., 
5th day of week at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

Remembrance Lippincott, 

John LippinctJtt, Se., 

Samuell White, 

Thomas Lippincott, 

Isaac Hance, 

John Willbur, 

Richard Lippincott, 

John W'oolley. ju., 

William Lippincott, 

John Tillton, 

Daniell Tillton, 

Henry Allen, 

David Allen, 

Jerusha Eaton. 



James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker. 
Hannah Slocom, 
Meribah Slocom, 
Patience \\'oolley, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Ashton, 
Rachell Hance, 
Elizabeth Lippencott, 
Mary \\'hite, 
Hannah Lijipincott, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Ruth Woollev. 



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1717, 17th of 8th mo., [ill margin, 1717, 23 of 8th mu.], Jacob Lippincott md. to Mary White, both of 
Shrews., 5th day of week at Friends' Meetings House: 



Wits: 

Isaac Hance, 
Samuell Slocom, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
John Corleis, 
John WooUey, jii., 
Jane Borden, 
Franses Borden, 
Daniel AUin, 
George Corleis, 



1 717, 6th of 9th 



Jacob Lippincott, 
Mary Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, ju., 
John Lippincott, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
Remembrance Lijjpincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Thomas White, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Ann Cahin, (?), 
John Tillton. 

mo., [in margin, loth of 9th mo. — ], Daniel Tilton md. to Elizabeth Powell, both 
of Monmouth Co., 4th day of the week at Friends' Meeting House: 



1717. 



Wits: 

Richard Hancock, 
James Greuer, 
Robart Allen, 
William Brindly, 
John Woolley, ju., 
Richard Rundols, (?), 
Phillip Edwards, 
James McComb, 
John Yard, 
William Gowin, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Walter Harbar, 
Margrett Tillton, 
Patience Tillton, 
Meribah Slocom, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Johnnah Williams, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Elizabeth Brindley, 

17th of nth mo., [in margin, 171 J, 9th of 1st mo.], John Woolley, of Shrews., md. to Patience 
Lippitt, of Middletown, at house of Sarah Lippit, in Middletown: 



Daniell Tillton, 
Elizabeth Tillton, 
John Tillton, 
Samuell Tillton, 
Peter Tillton, 
Mary Allen, 
Margrett Allen, 
Mary Grouer, 
Hester Tillton, 
Ralph Allin, 

Daniel , 

Jane Borden, 
Cottron Edwards, 
Edith Allin, &c. 



Wits: 

Richard Hartshorn, 
Margrett Hartshorn, 
Hugh Hartshorn, 
Cattorn Hartshorn, 
Richard Stoutt, 
Mary Stoutt, 
John Tillton, 
Josiph Parker, 
Walter Harbor, 
Daniell Tillton, 
John Dommett, 
Alee Stoutt, 



John Woolley, ju., 
Patience Woolley, 
Sarah Lipjjitt, 
Alee Scilton, 
Beniannie Woolley, 
Thomas Woolley, 
Leah Woolley, 
Mary Woolley, 
Alee Lippitt, 
Ann Lippitt, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 



260 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Rebekah Dakhan, William Hartshorn, 

John Stoutt, Elizabeth Hartshorn, 

Jonathan Stoutt, Huldah . 

John Lippitt, 
James Brown, 
Margrett Hartshorn, 
Elizabeth Compton, 
Josiph Stillwell, 

1718, 2d of loth mo., [in margin, 14th of loth mo., 1718], Anthony Woodward, of Freehold, Mon- 
mouth Co., West New Jersey, nid. to Constance Williams, of Shrews., 3d day of the 
week at house of John Williams, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Remembrance Lippincott, 
Margrett Lippincott, 
Walter Harbart, 
Josiph Wardell, June, 
Margrett Parker, 
Thomas Slocom, 
Robart Chapman, 
George Williams, 
Sarah Woodmansee, 
Lydia Bills, 
Gerard Edge, 



Anthony Woodward, 
Constance Woodward, 
John Williams, 
Edward Woolley, 
Lidia Woolley, 
John Woodward, 
Edward Woodward, 
Daniell Williams, 
John King, 
Joanna Williams, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
George Allen, 
William Brindley, 
Elizabeth Brindley, 
John Lippincott. 

1718, i6th of loth mo., [in margin, 1718, 21st of loth mo.], Joseph Wardell md. to Margaret Parker, 
both of Shrews., 3d day of week, at house of Joseph Parker: 



Wits: 

Walter Harbart, 
Joseph Parker, 
Edward Woolley, 
Lidia Woolley, 
Ephraim Allen, 
John Tillton, 
Josiph Corleis, 
John Britten, 
Richard Rundells, (?), 
Elizabeth Woolley, 
Zibiah Dennis, 
Benanim , 



Joseph Wardell, jr., 
Margrett Wardell, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Sarah Wardell, 
Joseph Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Remembrance Lippincott, 
Meribah Slocom, 
Eliakim Wardell, 
William Lip]3incott, 
Hannah Lii^pincott, 
Nathaniel Parker, 
Lydia Parker, 
Solomon Wardell, 
Samuel Wardell, 
Joanna Eaton, 
Elizabeth Wardell, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Mary Morris, 
Abis'uett White, 
Ruth Woolley, 
William West, 
Margret West, 
Mary Woolley, 
Margrett Lippincott. 



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261 



1719, 15th of 8th mo., [ill margin, 1719, 2d of 9th mo.], William Lawrence md. to Easter Tilton, 
both of Monmouth Co., 5th day of week, at house of Peter Tilton, of Middle- 
burgh : 



Wits: 

Sarah Harburs, 
Mary Gruer, 
Hannah Gardner, 
Faith Tillton, 
Margrett Tillton, 
Patience Tillton, 
Marcy Adams, 
Elizabeth Nash, 
Elizabeth Tillton, 
Thom. Tilton, 



William Lawrence, 
Eastar Lawrence, 
John Tillton, 
Samuel Tillton, 
Daniel Tillton, 
James Grouers, 
Walter Harbors, 
Josiph Gardner, 
Peter White, 
Josiph Minchin, 
Josiph Pinckny. 



1720, 28th of 9th mo., [in margin, 1723, 20th of nth mo.], Jacob Lippincott md. to Dinah Allen, 
both of Shrews., sth day of the week, at Friends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

George Williams, 

Isack Hance, 

Edward Falkner, 

Jho. White (?), [Perhaps John], 

Amos White, Jun., 

Ann Lippincott, 

Johanah Williams, 

Amos White, 

Patience Allen, 

Meribah Thorn, 

Margret Lippincott, 

John Woolley, 

Mary Allen, 

Wm. Thorn, 

Edwd. Beaks, [or Edmd.], 

Wm. Brinley, 

Margrett Hillton, 

George Allen, 

Mary Lippincott, 



Jacob Lippincott, 
Dinah Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, 
Ephraim Allen, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, ju., 
Judah Allen, 
Henry Allen, 
Elizabeth Allen, 
David Allen, 
Jonathan Allen. 



172I. 5th of 1st mo., [in margin, no date], John Mattock Den, of Salem Co., West Jersey, md. to 
Leah Woolley, of Shrews., at house of John Woolley, in Shrews., on a 5th day of 
the week: 



Wits: 

Edwd. Beakes, [or Edmd.], 

Johanah Eaton, 

Sarah Cook, 

John West, 

Edvar Hardman, 

Winn Lippincott, 

Mary Allen, 

Saml. Roade, 

Patience Tillton, 

Mercey Adams, 

Johanah Stout, 

Ann Lippit, 

John Lippit, 



John Mattock Den, 
Leah Den, 
John Woolley, 
Tho. Woolley, 
Wm. Woolley, 
Benia Woolley, 
Patience Woolley, 
John Field, 
Elizabeth Field, 
Margrett Hartshorn, 
Mary Stout, 
Ruth Woolley, 
David Allen, 



362 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



John Lippincott, Jr., 
John West, 
Samuell Wardell, 
The. Lippincott, 
Wm. Thorn, 
George Williams, 
Saml. White, 
John Thorn, 



Josiph , 

Thomas , 

Rachill Clark, 
Dinah Lippincott, 
Benj. Collman, 
Joseph West, 
Wm. Excen^ 
Jacob Lippincott, 
Johanah Williams, 
Naomy Corlis. 



1728, I2th of loth mo., [no date in margin], Walter Harbort, Jr., md. Deborah Corleis, Jr., both of 
Shrews., 5th day of week, at F"riends' Meeting House: 



Wits: 

George Williams, 
Josiph Wardell, ju., 
Amos White, 
Phillip Edwards, 
William Corleis, 
Elizabeth Worthley, 
George Corleis, 
Benjman Corleis, 
Rachell Hance, 



Walter Harbor, 
Deborah Corleis, 
Joseph Corleis, 
Dinah Corleis, 
Isaac . 



1730, 4th of 3d mo., James [Grones?] and Martha Burchoin, both of Shrews., md. at house of 
Nathaniel Burchoin: 



Wits: 

Henry Harbort, 

Thomas Bills, 

Walter Harbort, 
William Osborn, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Josiph Gardiner, 
Mary Burchoin, 
Sarah Harbort, 
Faith Tilton, 
Katharine Gardiner, 
Jane Osborn, 
Hannah Barde, 
Hannah Harbort, 
Katharine Allen, 
Meribah Harbort, 
Mary Harbort, 
Phebe Heggins, 
Sarah Gardiner, 



His 
James x Grones, 
Mark 
Her 
Martha x Grones, 

Mark 
Nathon Burchoine, 
Stephen Burchoine, 
Samuel Rogers, 
John Rogers, 
John Havens, 
David Allen, 
Benjam. . 



1730, I2th of 6th mo., John Wooley md. to Rachel Clark, both of Shrews., at house of John Wooley: 



Wits: 

William Hartsorn, 

Willm. Lippincott, 



John Wooley, 
Rachel Wooley, 



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263 



James Tolnion, William Briiiley, 

Thomas Wooley, Elizabeth Brinley. 

' Pontias Steele, 
Jacob Dennis, 
Walter Harbort, 
George Williams, 
Peter White, 
David Allen, 
Lida Wooley, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Ruth Wooley, 
Hester Wooley, 
Sarah Harbort, 
Abigael Allen, 
Lydia Readford, 
Catherine Edwards, 
Sarah Wing, 
Patience Wooley, 
Abigal Tolnion, 

1730, 17th of 10th mo., Eliakim Wardell, of Town of Stony Brook, and Margrett Lippincott, of 

Shrews., md. at Friends' Meeting House, in Shrews.: 

Wits: 

George Williams, 
Deborah Lippincott, 
Faith Lippincott, 
David Allen, 
Joseph Allen, 
Elizabeth Heager, 
Elizabeth Tolmon, 
William Brinley, 
Isaac Hance, 
Judah Williames, 
Josiph Parker, 
Rachel Hance, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Lidya Wooley, 
Deborah Corleis, 
Sarah Whing, 

1731, 6th of nth mo., Robert Tilton, of Middletown, and Merioum Allen, of Shrews., 

Meeting House, Shrews.: 



Eliakim Heoger, [or Heager], 

Margrett Heager, 

John Lippincott, 

Thomas Lippincott, 

Jacob Lippincott, 

John Lippincott, Jr., 

Mary Williams, 

Mary Barden, 

Joseph Wardell. 



md. at Friends' 



Wits: 

Naomey Corleis, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
David Allen, 
Ezikiel Allen, 
Jacob Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, 
Isaac Tucker, 
Patience Tilton, 
Rebaco Tilton, 
Mary Tliorn, 
John Deen, 
Nathan Tilton, 
John Wooley, 
Rachel Wooley, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, Jr., 



Robart Tilton, 
Merioum Tilton, 
Anne Tilton, 
Ester Harbot, 
Merabah Harbort, 
Mary Lippincott, 
Margrett Wardell, 
Lidia Wooley, 
Dinah Lippincott, 
Margrett '■ — . 



264 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1731, 13th of nth mo., Wm. Corleis, of Shrews., md. to Sarah Wing, of same place, at house of Sarah 
Whing: 



WilHam Corleis, 
Sarah Corleis, 
John Corleis, 
Josiph Wardell, Jr., 
William Brinley, 
Ephraim Allen, 
John Wooley. 



Wits: 

Joseph West, 
Jobe West, 
Joseph Parker, 

Corleis, 

Corleis, 

Elizabeth Parker, 
Mary Allen, 
Rachel Wooley, 
Sarah Wardell, 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
Richard Stillvvil, Jr., 
George Williams, 
George Corleis, 
Phillip Parker, 

1731, loth of I2th mo., Ezekiel Allen md. to Amey Wooley, both of Shrews., at house of Wm. 
Wooley: 



Wits: 

John Eatton, 
Joanna Eatton, 
Walter Harbort, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
John Wooley, 
Rachel Wooley, 
Elizabeth Tilton, 
Mary Allen, 
John Wooley, Jr., 
Patience Wooley, 
Patience Wooley, 



Ezekiel Allen, 
Amey Allen, 
William Wooley, 
Ruth Wooley, 
Mary Wooley, 
Henry Allen, 
Merioum Tilton, 

Benjamin , 

Will . 



The births of John Lippincott and Ann Lippincott's . . 
John, born at Shrews., on the 8th 



Robert, 

Patience, 

Mary, 

Ann, 

Margrett, 

Robart, 

Deborah, 



19th 9 mo., .... 
iSth 7 mo., 16. . 
4th II mo., 1671. 
17th 4 mo., 1680. 
7th 3 mo., 1683. 
I2th 10 mo., 1685. 
30th 3 mo., 1690. 



The births of Isaac and Rachell Hance's children: 

Timothy Hance, born in Shrews., the 21st 3d mo., 1714, at night on the 6th day of the 

week &c. 
John Hance, born in Shrews., the 6th of 3d mo., 1720, on the 5th day of the week at 5 in the 

morning. 
Jacob Hance, born in Shrews., the 2d of mo., 17. ., between 4 and 5 o'clock in the morning. 



• ... .pincott, the son of John Lippincott Shrews., the 15th of 9th mo., 1684. 

. . . .n Lippencott, the wife of John Lippencott, deceased in Shrews, ye '707. 

John Lippencott, the husband of Jenitt Lippencott, deceased in Shrews., i6th of 2d mo., 1720. 
Robart Lippencott, the son of John and Ann Lippencott, deceased in Barbadoes, in West Indies, 
about the — mo., 171J. 



THE FRIENDS' RECORDS OF SHREWSBURY, N. J. 265 

Tlie births of Thomas Potter's and Ann P 

Mary Potter was born at Raid Island, on the Midd.... 
Ephraim Potter was born at Shrews., on the 24th 6 mo., .... 

Births of Ephraim & Sarah Potter's children: 

Sarah, the wife of Ephraim Potter, was born in Shrews., 20th 5th mo., 1669. 

Thomas, born in Shrews., i8th of 12th mo., 1689. 
Marry, " " " 8th " 12th mo., 1690. 

Ann, " " " 1st " 2d mo., 1693. 

Ephraim, " " " 30th " 9th mo., 1694. 

Nicolas, " " " 19th " 7th mo., 1697. 

Martha, " " " 22d " 6th mo., 1699. 

John, " " " 24th " 1st mo., 1700-1701. 

Cattron, " " " 23d " 7th mo., 1702. 

Abraham, " " " ist " 2d mo., 1704. 

Amos, " " " 23d " 8th mo., 1705. 

Preserve, " " " 22d " 12th mo., 1706. 

Leah, " " " 6th " ist mo., 1707. 

Joseph, 8th " 6th mo., 1709-10. 

, the wife of Thomas Potter sed in Shrews, the ist of 2d mo., 1694. 

. . . .omas Potter, the husband of Sarah potter, Deceased in Shrews., the loth of 12 mo., 1703. 
Amos Potter, the son of Ephraim & Sarah, Deceased in Shrews., &c &c, on the 9th of 1st mo., 

1705-6. 
Sarah Potter, the wife of Ephraim Potter, Deceased, in Shrews., on the 6th of 9th mo., 1715. 

Ephraim Potter, the husband of Mary Potter, deceased in Shrews., ye nth mo., 1717. 

Hannah Potter deceased in the county of Monmouth. 

The births of Hugh Dirkman's & Grace: 

Elizabeth Dirkman was born at Lin, on the 14th 

Mary Dirkman was born at Rode Island, on ye 14th 6th mo. 

Births of Jedidiah Allen's & Elizabeth Allen's children in Shrewsbury: 
Meribah Allen, born in Shrews., 12th of 9th mo., 1686. 
David & Jonathan Allen, born in i6th of 8th mo., 1689. 

Dirkman, the wife of Hugh Dirkman, [deceased], in Shrews, the 23d of 7th mo., 1678. 

. .ugh Dirkman Deceased in Shrews., the husband of Grace Dirkman, &c., 1690. 

Children of Richard & Abigail Lippencott: 

Remembrance, born at Dorchester, on the 15th of ist mo., .... 

John, born at Boston, New England, on the 7d of 8th mo., 16. . 

Restore, born at Plymouth, on the 3d of 5th mo., 165. . 

Freedom, born at Stonehouse, Old England, on the ist of 7th mo., 165. . 

Increase, his daughter, born at Stonehouse, the 5th of loth mo., 1657. 

Jacob, born at Stonehouse, on the nth of 3d mo., 1660. 

Preserve, born at Rhode Island, the 25th of 12th mo., 1663. 

Lippencott, the son of Richard . . . .ncott, died at Shrews., the ist mo., 1666. 

Richard Lippencott, the husband of Abigail Lippencott, died the 25th of 9th mo., 1683, in 

Shrews. 
Jacob Lippencott, the son of Richard Lippencott & Abigail Lippencott, deceased in Shrews., the 

6th of 1 2th mo., 1689. 
Increase Dennis, the Daughter of Richard & Abigail Lippencott, deceased in Shrews., the 29th 

of 9th mo., 1695. 
Freedom Lippencott, the son of Richard and Abigail Lippencott, deceased near Burlington, in 

West Jersey, the 4th mo., 1697. 
Abigail Lippencott, the wife of Richard Lippencott, deceased in Shrews., in E. Jersey, in the 2d 

of 6th mo., 1697. 
John Lippincott, the son of Richard Lippencott and Abigail Lippincott, deceased in Shrews., 

the i6th of 2d mo., 1720. 



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266 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Remembrance Lippencott, son of Richard Lippincott and Abigail Lippincott, deceased in 
Siiows., tiie I ith of 25tli mo., 1722, aged 83. Margaret, his wife, aged 73 at his death. 

Richard Lippincott, son of Remembrance and Margaret Lippincott, deceased in Shrews., the 
I2tli day of ye 5th mo., 1723. 

The births of Remembrance Lippincott's Lippencott's children : 

Joseph & Elizabeth, were born at Shrews., the 2tl of 

Abigail, born at Shrews., the i8th of 12 mo., 16. . 
Richard, " " " " 19th of ist mo., 167. . 
Elizabeth, " " " " 29th of 9tli mo., 1677. 
Joseph, " " " " 28lh of Ist mo., 1680. 
William, " " " " 17th of loth mo., 16S2. 
Abigail, " " " " 17th of 9th mo., 1685. 
Sarah, " " " " 24th of 5th mo., 1688. 

Ruth, " " " " 6th of 8th mo., 1691. 

Mary, " " " " 26 of 7th mo., 1693. 

Grace. " " " " 13th of 2d mo., 1695. 

VVilber Lippencott & Frances Lippincott's children : 

Margaret, born in Shrews., 17th of 10 mo., 1735. 
Ann, " " " 7th of 8th mo., 1737. 

Jediah, " " " 9th of 4th mo., 1740. 

ippincott, son of Remembrance L in Shrews., the 4th of the 4th mo., 

i67i. 
. . . .abeth Lippincott, daughter of Remembrance, died in Shrews., the 7th of nth mo., 167^. 
Abigail Lippincott, daughter of Remembrance Lippincott, died in Shrews., the 9tli of 7lh 

mo., 1674. 
Grace Lippincott, daughter of Remembrance and Margaret Lippincott, died in Shrews., on 

the 3d of 3d mo., 1703. 

The Births of William Worth's & ff 

Sarah, born at Shrews., on the 27th of 12 mo., .... 

Hope, " " " " " 26th "II mo., 167. 

Willmoth, " " " " " 1st "12 mo., 167. 

William, " " " " " 6th " 2 m<.., 1678. 

Ephraim, " " " " " 23d " 7 mo., 1679. 

Patience, " " " " " " 12 mo., 1681. 

Children of Thomas and Christian White: 

Mary, born in Shrews., 17th of lOth mo., 1716 

Margaret, ' 28th " 6 mo., 1718 

Constant, " " " 29th " i mo., 1720 

George, " " " 4th " 12 mo., 172^ 

Jane, " " " 3rd " 2 mo., 1722 

Ann, " " " i8th " 2 mo.. 1727 

Sarah, " " " 15th " 5 mo., 1729 

Thomas, " " " 18th " 4 mo., 1732 

Elizabeth, " " " 8th " 5 mo., 1735 

John, " " " 28th " II mo., 1738 

worth, daughter of William Worth, .... yed in Shrews., the 29th of 6th mo., 1674. 

William Worth, son of Wm., died in Shrews., ist of 8th mo., 1678. 

Faith Worth, wife of Wm. Worth, died in Shrews., 30th of 9th mo., 1683. 

Mary, wife of William Worth, died in Shrews., .... of .... 16 . . 

William Worth, husband of Jane Worth, died in Shrews., 25th of 11 mo., 1710-11. 

Jane Worth, widow of Wm., died in Shrews., 15th of 7 mo., 1720. 

Mary White, daughter of Thomas & Christian White, died in Shrews., the 23d of 3d mo., 1732. 

Margaret White died in Shrews., 29th of 5th mo., 1736. 



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THE FRIENDS' RECORDS OF SHREWSBURY, N. J. 267 

Children of Peter Tilton and Rebecca : 

Rebecca, born at Gravesend, Long Island, 6th of 7 mo. . . . 

the nth of i mo., 1669. 
" loth of 2 mo., 1672. 
8th of 9 mo., 1675. 
" 20th of 7 mo., 1676. 
5th of 6 mo., 1678. 
" 9th of 7 mo., 1679. 
" 2d of 12 mo., 1681. 
" 14th of 7 mo., 1684. 
" 24th of II mo., 1686. 
" 17th of I mo., 1690. 

Tillton, son of Peter Tillton, deceased .... dletown this .... 3 mo., 1677. 

Tillton, daughter of Peter Tilton, Deceased in Middletown on the 31st day of 6th mo., 

1678. 
Peter Tilton, husband of Rebecca, deceased in Middletown, the 15th of 10 mo., 1699-1700. 
Rebecca Tilton, wife of Peter Tilton, deceased in Middletown the 6th of 8th mo., 1700. 

The Births of John Clayton's 

Rachell Clayton was born at Shrews., on ye i6th of 4 mo., .... 
John Clayton was born at Shrews., the ist of 167 . 

Birth of child of Jonathan and Sarah Marsh : 

Wm. Marsh, born at Shrews., the 17th of 4 mo., 1685, and he is 22 year old the 17th of 4th 

mo., 1707. 
. . . .ah Reape, the wife of . . .Uiam Reape, died in Shrews., the 8th of 11 mo., 1715. 

Children of John Chambers and 

John, born at Whitby, Yorkshire, tlie2istof 



Richard, 

Mary, 

William, 

Susannah, 

Thomas, 

Hannah, 



' London, St. Martins, " 3d of 1 1 mo., 

' Shrews., " 5th of 4th mo., 167 . 

' " " 2ist of 7th mo., 167 . 

" " 7th of 7th mo., 1680. 

" iSth of 8th mo., 1681. 
3d of 3d mo., 1684. 



.hambers, son of John Chambers, [died at] Shrews., the 22d of 8 mo., 1679. 
.nah Chambers, dau. of John Chambers, died in Shrews., the 13th of 7 mo., 1680. 



Children of Restore Lippenncott and Hann 

Samuel, born in Shrews., 12 day 

Abigail, " " " i6th of 12 mo., 

Hannah, " " " mides of 9 mo., 167 . 

Hope, " " " " of 8 mo., 1681. 

Rebecca, " " " 24th of 9 mo., 1684. 

James, " " " i ith of 4th mo., 1687. 

Abett, " " " 15th 1st mo., 1690. 

Jacobj " " West Jersey, midle 6 mo., 1692. 
Rachel, " " " 8th 1 1 mo., 1695. 

Children of George and Hannah Williams : 

Obadiah born in Shrews., 14th I mo., 1710. 
Hezekiah, " " " i6th 2 mo., 1713. 

George, " " " 9th i mo., 1714. 

Hezekiah, 8th 12 mo., 1716. 

John, " " " 20th I mo., 17 19. 

Experience, " " " 12th 2 mo., 1721. 

..... .ah Williams, the sen of George and Johanna ams his wife, deceased in Shrews., 

2 mo., 1716. 



268 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Children of Francis Borden and Jane: 

Richard, born at Shrews., i ith of 2 mo., 

Francis, " " " ist of 9 mo. 

Joyce, " " " 4th of 4 mo., 168 . 

Tliomas, " " " 4th of 12 mo., 1684. 



Chi'ldren of Francis and M 
Elizabeth, bo 
Jane, 
Frances, 
John, 
Ancy, 
Mary, 
Thomas, 
Jeoms, 



ary Borden : 

rn in Shrews., 6th of 5 mo., 1707. 

" " 7th of 6 mo., 1708. 

" " 24th of 12 mo., 1709-10. 

" " 23d of II mo., 1710-11. 

" " 6th of 12 mo., 1714. 

" " 2ist of 6 mo., 1717. 

" " 27th of 4 mo., 1719. 
4th of 8 mo., 1722. 



Borden the husband of Borden, deceased in Shrews., 19th i mo., 1704-5-6. 



The Births of Nathaniel Camecks and 
Mary Cammert, born 
Audery Cammert, " 
Franses Cammert, " 
Leah Cammert, " 
Ann Cammert, " 



n Shrews., ye 17 d 

' " " 17th 6 mo 

" " 24th 1 1 mo., 168 . 

" . " 14th 12 mo., 1692. 
" 169 . 



Child of Walter and Deborah Harbart : 

Walter Harbart, born in Shrews., 25th of 11 mo., 1701. 



Children of Walter and Sarah Harbarts : 

Rebecca, born in Middletown, 6th i mo., 1704-5. 



Deborah, 

Timothy, " " Shrews., 

Esther, " " 

Meribah, " " 

Paule, " " 

Sarah, " " 

Harbart born in Shrews. 



1st 12 mo., 1706. 
2d 2 mo., 1709. 
18th I mo., 1710-11. 
loth 12 mo., 1712. 
1st 6 mo., 1715. 
171 . 



Tillton, the wife of John Tilton, deceased in Middletown, iSth 10 mo., 171 5. 



The Birthes of Henry Chamberlin & 

John Chamberlin was born in Shrews., I7d. 



Children of Ralph Allen and Margaret : 

Aaron, born in Shrews., 20th of 7 mo., 1708. 
Ezebell, " " 
Miriam, 

Jedidiah, " " 
James, " " 
Tabitha, " " 
Allin, the husband of Margrett Allen, .... sed in Shrews., the 2d of 8th mo., 1718. 



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1712. 


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1714. 


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1716. 


1 2 th 


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1718. 



Children of Francis Jeffres & Ann Jeff .... 

Mary, born in Shrews., the 29th of 7 mo 

Franses, " " " " 19th " 6 mo., .... 
William, " " " " 13th " 9 mo., 168 . 
Jefferyes & his wife Ann Jeffcrycs, deceased in Shrews., on the day o mo., 16 . . 



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269 



, 25tli day 

1 8th 6 mo., .... 
25th 10 mo., 169 . 

1693. 

24th 9 mo., 1695. 



Children of Samuel Dennis & Increas: 

Abigail, born in Shrews., 

Samuel, " " 

Jacob, " " 

Zipeah, " " 

Rachel, " " 

Children of Walter Herberts, Ju., and Deborah : 

George, born in Shrews., loth of 11 mo., 1729. 
John, " " " 7th of I or 3 mo., 1731. 

Timothy, " " " i6th of 9 mo., 1734. 

Dennis, the wife of Samuel nis, deceased in Shrews., 29th of 9 mo., 1695. 

Children of George Curlis & Exercise Curii . . 

John, born in Shrews., the iid. i mo., . . . 

Hannah, " " " " 25d. 8 mo., 16 . 

Elizabeth, " " " " id. 5 mo., 168 

William, " " " " i5d. 5 mo., 1689 

Mary, " " " " 3id. i mo., 1692 

George, " " " " i9d. 8 mo., 1694 

" The Birthes of George Corleis' & Deborah Corleis' Children, in Shrowsbery." 
Thomas, born in Shrews., 3 d. 9 mo., 1700. 
Deborah, " " " 11 d. 2 mo., 1702. 

Joseph, " " " 14 d. I mo., 1704. 

Benjamin, " " " 31 d. 6 mo., 1707. 
Timotiiy, " " " 10 d. 2 mo., 1710. 
Dinah, " " " 17 d. 10 mo., 1712. 

Jacob, " " " 14 d. 8 mo., 1715. 

Curlis, the wife of George Curlis, . . .seased in Shrews., the 14 d. 9 mo., 1695. 

Thomas Corleis, the son of George and Deborah Corleis, deceased in Shrews., 20 d. il mo., 

1700. 
George Corleis, the husband of Deborah Corleis, deceased in Shrews., the 10 d. 7 mo., 171 5. 
Hannah Allen, daughter of George Corleis, and wife of Henry Allen, deceased in Shrews., 
15 d. I mo., 1712. 

The Birthes of William Scott & Abigaell Sc . . . . 

Mary Warner, the Daughter of Abigael Scott, by her first husband, was born at 

New Utrick, the 2 mo., 

Ralfe Warner, son of Abigaell by her first husband, was born at Brookland, in the 

4th mo., 167. . 
John Scott, was born at Gravesend, on the 
William Scott, " " [?] " 

William Scott, " Shrews., 

Samuel Scott, " " 



9 d. II mo., 1679. 

8 d. 8 mo., 1681. 
25 d. 10 mo., 1683. 
31 d. 3 mo., 16S5. 
27 d. 7 mo., 1687. 

6 d. 10 mo., 1689. 



Peter Scott, 
Hester Scott, 

Children of Benjamin and Ester Wooley 
Daniel, born in Shrews., 

Mary, " " 

Sarah, " " 
Patience, " 
Marcy, " 

William, " " 

Elizabeth," " 

Scott, the son of William Scott & Abigeall, dyed in Shrews., ye Later End of ye 10 

mo., 1682. 
William Scott, son of William Scott & Abigaell his wife, dyed in Shrews., ye 8 d. 11 mo., 1683. 



I d. 


12 mo. 


1717. 


sd. 


8 mo.. 


1719. 


6d. 


8 mo. 


1721. 


9d. 


6 mo,, 


1723- 


12 d. 


8 mo. 


172s. 


25 d. 


7 mo. 


1728. 


9d. 


4 mo. 


1735- 



270 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Peter Scott, ye son of William Scott & Abigaell his wife, dyed in Shrews., the 2 d. 8 mo., 
1687. 

John Eatton Departed this life the i d. 2 mo., 1758. 

The Births of Thomas Eaton's & Jeru .... 

John Eaton was born in Shrowsberry, 26 d. i mo., .... 

.... Eaton, the son of Thomas Eatton eruslia liis wife, died at Shrowsberry, the 10 d. 

10 mo., 1686. 
Thomas Eaton, the husband of Jerusha his wife, deceased in Shrowsberry, the 26 d. 9 mo., 
1688. 

Children of Thomas Vicars & 

John Vickers, born in Shrews., 7 d. 4 mo., .... 
Thomas, " " " 1 1 d. 6 mo., 16 . . 

Abraham, " " " u d. 9 mo., 169. 

Isaac, " " " 3 d. 6 mo., 1693. 

Children of Thomas & Christien White : 

Mary, born in Shrews., in the year 17 . . 
Margrett, " " " 1718. 

Children of William & Hannah Lippincott : 

Wilbur, born in Shrews., 18 d. i mo., 17 10. 

Sarah, " " " 29 d. 12 mo., 1712. 

Increase, " " " u d. 91110., 1714. 

Abigaell, " " " l d. 2 mo., 17 16. 

William, " " " 25 d. 2 mo., 1718. 

Phebe, " " " 4 d. 12 mo., 1719-20. 

Samuell, " " " 12 d. 10 mo., 1721. 

Reniembaance, " " " 9 d 1723. 

Derias, " " " 13 d. 2 mo., 1725. 

Hannah, " " " 2 d. 11 mo., 1727. 

James, " " " 17 d. i mo., 1730. 

. . sther Vicars deceased in Shrews., the 5 d. 8 mo., 1693, wife of Thomas Vickers &c. 
Thomas Vickers deceased in Shrews., 21 d. 11 mo., 1695-6., the hu«;band of Easther Vickers. 

Abiah Edwards, son of Philip and Calharine Edwards, deceased in Shrews., the 26 d. 3 nin., 

1723- 
Naomi Edwards, Daughter of Philip and Catharine Edwards, born the 25 d. 6 mo., 1723. 

The Bii ths of Jabob Lippincott's Lippincott's children : 

Jaccib Lippincott, born in Shrews., 18 d. 7 mo., .... 
Ruth " " " 27 d. 9 mo., .... 



The Birth of Jobe Jenckins' & Hannah Jenkins' cliilde 

Susanna Jenkings born in Shrews., 15 d. 9 mo., 1684. 

Children of Philip Edwards and Catharine Edwards: 
Elizabetli, born 25 d. 3 mo., 1714. 
Abiah, " 14 d. 4 mo., 1716. 

Webley, " 29 d. 3 mo., 1718. 
Marj', " 3d. 9 mo., 1719. 

Philip, " 28 d. II mo., 1722. 

. . . . ob Lippincott, the son of Jacob Lippincott & Grace his wife, dyed in Shrews., the 6 d. 

9 mo., 1687. 
Jacob Lippincott, the husband of Grace his wife, deceased in Shrews., 6 d. 12 mo., 1689. 



THE FRIENDS' RECORDS OF SHREWSBURY, N. J. 271 

Ruth Lippincott, the daughter of Jacob Lippincott & Grace his wife, deceased in Shrews., 
the 21 d. 12 mo., 16S9. 

Job Jenkins Deceased in Shrews., the husband of Hannah Jenkins his wife, the 1 1 d. 7 mo., 
1687. 

Wilh'am Astin, the husband of Jenett Astin, Deceased in Shrews., the 14 d. 6 mo., 1700. 

The Birthes of Ephraim All rett Allen ch 

Ephraim, born in Shrews., 29 d. 5 mo., .... 
Lydia, " " " 13 d. 9 mo., 169 . 

John, " " " 29 d. 7 mo., 1688. 

Ephraim, " " " 13 d. 5 mo., 1691. 

Children of Thomas Hillborn & Elizabeth, his wife : 

Samuel, born in Shrews., 20 d. 8 mo., 1689. 
Robert, " " " 31 d. 5 mo., 1692. 

Mary, " " " 7 d. 10 mo., 1694. 

Elizabeth, " " " 2 d. i mo., 1697. 

Kathern, " " " 30 d. i mo., 1699. 

Deborah, " " " 25 d. 3 mo., 1701. 

Children of Thomas & Mary Foreman : 

Rebecca, born in Freehold, 7 d. 4 mo., 169S. 
Elizabeth, " " " 3 d. 2 mo., 1702. 

Benjamin, " " " 3 d. 10 mo., 1695. 

Children of Nathaniel & Lydia Parker: 

Nathaniel, born the 5 day of the week, the 22 of 7 mo., 1708. 
Meribah, " the 4 " " " 20 of 10 mo., 1710. 

Ephraim, " the 2 " " " 18 of 2 mo., 1715. 

Lydia, " the 3 " " " 5 of 9 mo., 1717. 

.... aim Allen, the son of Ephraim Allen & Margrett his wife. Deceased in Shrews., the 2 d. 

6 mo., 1684. 
Ephraim Allen, the Husband of Margrett Allen, Deceased in Shrews., the 29 d. 1 1 mo., 1691. 

Children of John Tooker : 

Elizabeth, born in Shrews., 9 d. 10 mo., . . . 
James, " " " 26 d. 6 mo., 169 . 

Children of Henry Allen & wife Hannah Allen : 

Jacob, born in Shrews., 15 d. 7 mo., 1704. 

Exercise, " " " 18 d. 8 mo., 1705. 

Moses, " " " 22 d. 7 mo., 1707. 

Zachariah, " " " i d. 10 mo., 1709. 

Patience, " " " 27 d. 11 mo. 1711-12. 

Children of Henry & Abigaell Allen : 

Hannah, born in Shrews., 21 d. 11 mo., 1714. 

Gabriell, " " " 25 d. 5 mo., 1716. 

Meribah, " " " 18 d. 2mo., 1718. 

Cattron, " " " 24 d. 7 mo., 17 19. 

Zeriah, " " " 13 d. 3 mo., 1721. 

Samuell, " " " 29 d. 4 mo., 1723. 

Michael, " " " 20 d. 12 mo., 1726-7. 

.... abeth Tooker, the daughter of . . ohn Tooker & Ruth his wife, died in Shrews., 6 d. II 

mo., 1689. 
Hannah Allen, wife of Henry Allen, died in Shrews., the 15 d. i mo., 1712. 



272 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Children of Nathaniel & Hannah Slocum: 

Sarah, born in Shrews., 1 1 d. lo mo 

Savall, " " " IS d. II mo., i6 . . 

Meribah, " " " 7 d. 9 mo., 1686. 

Elizabeth, " " " 15 d. 11 mo., 1689. 

Naomy, " " " 12 d. 5 mo., 1692. 

John, " " " 14 d. 9 mo., 1694. 

Mary, " " " — d. i mo,, 1697. 

Children of Peter & Elizabeth Parker: 

Silas, born in Shrews., 13 d. 12 mo., 1708-9. 

Hannah, " " " 3 d. 6 mo., 1710. 

Keomiq, " " " 23 d. 2 mo., 1716. 

John, " " " 27 d. 8 mo., 1719. 

Peter, " " " 4 d. 9 mo., 1722. 

Margaret, " " " 25 d. 11 mo., 1726. 

Elizabeth, " " " 27 d. 12 mo., 173I. 

. . . athaniell Slocom, husband of Hannah Slocom, Deceased in Shrews., the 31 d. 6 mo., 1702. 

Children of John Wooley & . . . Wooley, in Shrewsbury: 

Thomas, born in Shrews., id 

Ruth, " " " 22 d. 5 mo.. 



William, " " " 17 d. 6 mo., 16 . . 

John & Joseph, " " " 31 d. 10 mo., 1690. 

Benjamin, " " " 25 d. 12 mo., 1692. 

James, " " " 6 d. 6 mo., 1695. 

Elizabeth, " " " 23 d. 2 mo., 1697. 

Leah, " " " 15 d. 12 mo., 1698. 

Elizabeth, " " " 17 d. 2 mo., 1700. 

Ann Mary, " " " 3 d. 12 mo., 1702. 

Children of Thomas & Patience Woolley: 

Joseph, born in Shrews., 21 d. 11 mo., 1708-9. 
John, " " 

Content, ' 

Lydia, " " 
Abigaell, " " 
Hannah, " * 
Meribah, " " 
Thomas, " " " 

. . . . th Woolley, dau. of John Woolley & Mary Woolley his wife, died in Shrews., the 14th of 

7 mo., 1687. 
Elizabetli Woolley, dau. of John Woolley & Mary his wife, died in Shrews., — 8 mo., 1699. 
Joseph Woolley, son of John & Mary Woolley his wife, died in Shrews., the i d. 12 mo., 1705. 
James Woolley, son of John & Mary Woolley his wife, died in New York, the 17 d. 12 mo., 

1716-17. 

Joseph Woolley, son of Thomas Woolley & wife Patience, died in Shrews., 12 d. 3 mo., I7IS> 

Children of Richard Lippincott, in Shrewsbury : 

Richard born in Shrews., on the 6 d. i mo., "about the second hour in ye morning 

being ye second day of the weake." 
Remembrance born in Shrews., 27 d. i mo., 17 . . 
Jacob born in Shrews., 27 d. 2 mo. 1702. 
David born in Shrews., 31 d. 8 mo., 1704. 



27 d. 


7 mo. 


, 1710. 




II d. 


12 mo.. 


1 71 2. 




II d. 


II mo., 


1714- 


15 


17 d. 


3 mo., 


1717. 




19 d. 


6 mo.. 


1719. 




16 d. 


9 mo.. 


1721. 




24 d. 


7 mo., 


1725. 





THE FRIENDS' RECORDS OF SHREWSBURY, N. J. 273 

My first daughter born in Springfield, 19 d. 7 mo., 1696. 

My second " " " " 7 d. 4 mo., 1697. 

My third " " " Shrews., 28 d. 12 mo., 1698. 

Abiagell, born in Shrews., 29 d. 4 mo., 1707. 

Nathan, " " " 13 d. i mo., 1709, about 3 quarters of an hour after sunset — second 

day of the week etc. 
Remembrance born in Shrews., 13 d. 6 mo., 1712, being ye fourth day of ye week about ye 

3rd hour in ye afternoon. 
Ruth born in Shrews., 4 d. 11 mo., 1716-17 being ye 6th day of ye week about .... 
hard Lippincott & Mary Lippincott's first daughter died in Springfield, 29th of 7 mo., 

1696. 
Richd & Mary Lippincott's second daughter died in Springfield, 7th of 4 mo., 1697. 
Richd & Mary Lippincott's third daughter died in Shrewsbury, 28th 12 mo., 1697. 
Remembrance Lippincott, son of Richard & Mary Lippincott, his wife, died in Shrews., 3 d. 

2 mo., 1701. 
Richard Lippincott, son of Richard Lippincott & Mary his wife, deceased in Shrews., 9 d. 3 

mo., 1715. 
Mary Lippincott, wife of Richard Lippincott, deceased in Shrews., 8th 12 mo., 1721-22. 

Children of John Worthly, in Shro . & abeth : 

John, born in Shrews., the 22 10 mo., .... 
Lydia, " " " "11 2 mo. 



Elizabeth, " " " " 16th 7 mo., 1701. 

Deborah, " " " " 12th 4 mo., 1703. 

Sarah, " " " " nth 7 mo., 1706. 

Joseph, " " " " 6th 5 mo., 1709. 

Mary, " " " " 27th 7 mo., 1710. 

Richard, " " " " 22d 8 mo., 1712. 

John Worthley, son of John Worthley and wife Elizabeth, died in Shrews., 5 mo., 1709. 
Elizabeth Worthley, dau. of John & Eliz. Worthley, died in Shrews., 7 d. 2 mo., 1715. 
John Worthley, husband of Eliz. Worthley, died in Shrews., 3 d. 10 mo., 1715. 

Children of Joseph & Margaret Parker : 

Joseph, born in Shrews., 28 d. 6 mo., 

Mary, " " " i d. 12 mo., 167. 

Nathaniel, " " " 20 d. 5 mo., 1679. 
Peter, " " " 4 d. 8 mo., 1681. 

Children of Joseph & Elizabeth Parker: 

Margaret, born in Shrews., 20 d. i mo., 1699-1700. 
Joseph, " " " 24 d. II mo., 1701. 
George, " " " 24 d. 10 mo., 1703. 
Benjamin, " " " 22 d. i mo., 1705. 
Peter, " " " 10 d. 6 mo., 1708. 

William, " " " 13 d. 6 mo., 1709. 
James, " " " 30 d. 10 mo., 1714. 

Elizabeth & Meribah, " 14 d. 11 mo., 1716. 

Phebe, " " " i d. i mo., 1718-19. 

Children of Joseph & Deborah Parker: 

Joseph, born in Shrews., 17 d. i mo., 1727. 
John, " " " 7 d. 2 mo., 1731. 

2 Joseph, " " " 21 d. 8 mo., 1733. 
2 John, " " " 15 d. 5 mo., 1735. 
William, " " " 7 d. 9 mo., 1736. 

Mary Parker, the Daughter of Joseph Parker & Margaret his wife, died in Shrews 1676 

Margaret Parker, the wife of Joseph Parker, died in'Shrews., on the 6 d. 1 1 mo., 1683. 



7d. 


5 mo., 


1695. 


8d. 


7 mo. 


1697. 


I8 d. 


12 mo. 


1699. 


22 d. 


10 mo. 


1702. 


3d. 


I mo. 


1704-5. 


28 d. 


7 mo., 


1707. 


17 d. 


I mo. 


1711-12 



274 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Joseph Parker, the husband of Margaret Parker, deceased in Shrews., the 18 d. 8 mo., 16S4. 
Peter Parker, the son of Joseph Parker & Elizabeth Parker, his wife, died in Shrews., on the 
27 d. 6 mo., 1708. 

The births of John an Sa . . . . Lippincott's Children : 

Thomas, born in Shrews., 19 d. 3 mo., 16 . . 

Jacob, " .. " 

Joseph, 

John, 

Margaret, " " " 

Marj', 

Faith, " " " 

Deborah, " •^ « 

Ann, " " " 5 d. II mo., 1719-20. 

Faith Huett, widow, deceased in Shrews., 30 d. 11 mo., iy\^. 

Children of Edward Wooiley: 

Elizabeth, born in Rhode Island, N. E., 28 d. 3 mo., , 
Hannah, " " Shrews., 8 d. 5 mo., .... 
Adam, " " " 4 d. 12 mo., 169.. 

Edward, " " Rhode Island, 16 d. 11 mo., 1692. 
Content, " " - 9 d. 9 mo., 1694. 

George, " " Shrews., 14 d. 10 mo., 1697. 
William, " * " 22 d. 12 mo., 1698. 
Ruth, urn .. 8 d. 4 mo., 1701. 

Lydia, •• » - 23 d. i mo., i7of. 

Children of George & Hannah Allen : 

William, born in Shrews., the 7 d. 9 mo., 1704 

Lydia, " " * " 19 d. 7 mo., 1708 

Mary, " " " " 12 d. 9 mo., 17 10, 

Abigaell, " " " " 12 d. 6 mo., 1712 

Daniell, " " " " 4 d. 7 mo., 1715 

Richard, •■ ■- « « j^ j jq ^q^ 1717 

Mathew, " " " " 6 d. 8 mo., 1719, 

Joseph, " " ■ " 10 d. 5 mo., 1723 

James, " " " " 7 d. 12 mo., 1725-6. 

.... vooley, son of Edward & Lydia Wooley his wife, in Shrews., 6 d. — 17 • ■ 

Mathew Allen, son of Geo. & Hannah Allen his wife, died in Shrews., the i mo., 1719-20. 

The Births of Thomas & Lippincott's Children &c. 

Sarah Lippincott born in Shrews., 17 d. 6 mo., 171., the 4th day of the week. 

Elizabeth Lippincott born in Shrews., 3 d. 3 mo., 171 7. 

Mary, " " " 17 d. 11 mo., 1719-30. 

Zerniah, " " " 23 d. 9 mo., 1723. 

Richard, " " " 23 d. 7 mo., 1726. 

Uriah, " " " 10 d. 5 mo., 1728. 

The birth of Thomas and Hannah Lippincott's Children : 

Thomas Lippincott born in Shrews., 20 d. 9 mo., 1742. 

[END OF VOL. I.] 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 



MARRIAGES. 



1732, 4, 3mo. John WooUey, " miner," of Shrews., md. to Sarah Rundell, at Thomas Woolley's, 
at Shrews.: 



1732, 4, 3mo. 



1733- 5. 3mo. 



Wits: 

Benjamin Woolley, 
Richi Stillwell, 
Rachel Woolley, 
Pontius Stell, 
Alary Bordin, 
Sarah Wardell, 
Sarah Harbert, 
Ruth Woolley, 
Edward Fortner, 
Thom. Lippencott, 
Walter Harbert, 
William Brindlev, 



John Woolley, miner, 

Sarah Woolley, 

Thomas Woolley, 

Patience Wallace, 

John Woolley, Allen Ame, 

Mary Woolley, 

George Williams, 

William Woolley, 

Jeremiah Bordin, 

John Bordin. 



Francis Bordin, Junier, of Shrews., md. to Lydia Woolley, of Shrews., at house of 
Thomas Woolley, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Francis Bordin, 
iVIary Bordin, 
Elizabeth White, 
Patience Woolley, 
John Tredford, 
Walter Harbor, 
Thomas White, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
William Brinley, 
Sarah Harber, 
William Allen, 
John Bordin, 
Jeremiah Bordin, 
Pontius Still, 
Richard Stilhvcll, Jun""., 



Francis Bordin, 

Lydia Bordin, 

William Lippencott, 

John Woolley, 

Hannah Woolley, 

Thomas Woolley, 

Lydia Woolley, 

Jane White, 

Amy Bordin, 

Mary Boinoin, 

William Woolley, 

Amos White, 

George Williams, 

Edward Fauther, [Fanther?]. 



Zebulon Dickason md. to Joyce Hance, both of Shrews., at Francis Bordin's 
house, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Dickerson, 
Hannah Dickerson, 
Francis Bordin, 
Jarvice Hance, 
Sarah Harber, 



Zebulon Dickason, 
Joyce Dickason, 
Lydia Bordin. 



275 



176 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1733, 23, — mo. Jolin Lippincott, Junior, md. to Patience Alien, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 
Meeting House: 



1732, 24, 3mo. 



Wits: 

David Rolan, 
Potar Parker, 
Mary Allen, 
Hannah Allon, 
Faith Lippincott, 
Daberah Lippincott, 



John Lippincott, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Henry Allen. 



Benjamin Corlis md. to Mary Jackson, both of Shrews., at house of Deborah Cor- 
lis, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Corlis, 
Timothy Corlis, 
William Brindley, 
William Jackson, 
Audrea Webley, 
Catharine Edwards, 
Elizabeth Edwards, 
Elizabeth Corlis, 
Rachel Hance, 



Benjamin Corlis, 
Mary Corlis, 
Deborah Corlis, 
Martha Jackson, 
Deborah Harber, 
Georg^e Corlis, 
Sarah Corlis. 



1733. 13. inio. Levi White md. to Ann Lippincott, both of Shrews., at Shrews. Meeting House: 



Wits: 

Rachel Hance, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Jane White, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
John Curlis, 



Levi White, 
Ann White, 
John Lippincott, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Thomas White, 
Jacob Lippincott. 



1733. — > 4mo. 



[worn] James Irons md. to Esther Horbert, both of Shrews., at house of Walter 
Herbert, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Walter Herbert, 
Henry Horbert, 
Paul Horbert, 
P[. . .] Trave[. . 
Richard Garner, 
Hannah Garner, 
James Lawrence, 
David Allen, 



•], 



James Irons, 
Esther Irons, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Faith Tilton, 
Sarah Horbert, 
Morrie Traverrie. 



1734, — , 4mo. [worn] David Cortis [Corlis ?] md. to Meribah Harbert, both of Shrews., at house 
of Walter Horbert, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Walter Horbert, 
John Cortis, 
Henery Horbert, 
Paul Herbert, 
P. Traverrie, 



David Cortis, 
Meribah Cortis, 
Rachel Lawrence, 
Rebekah Cortis, [Corlis?], 
Thomas Tilton, 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 



277 



Richard Garner, Faith Tilton, 

Hannah Garner, Sarah Herbert. 

Benjamin Lawrence, 
James Lawrence, 
David Allen, 
Merrie Traverrie, 

1734, 19, lomo. Britton White md. to Dinah Corlis, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, at 

Shrews. : 



1734, 24, i2mo. 



1734, 6, 1 1 mo. 



Britton White, 
Dinah White, 
Abigal White, 
Ruth WooUey, 
John Corlis, 
Joseph Corlis. 



Wits: 

Mary Allen, 
Timothy Hance, 
Walter Herbert, 
Mary Corlis, 
Sarah Lippencott, 
William Lippencott, 
W". Brinley, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Jo". Parker, 
George Williams, 
Margaret Corlis, 

John Corlis, Jun^, md. to Zilpha Wilbe, both of Shrews., at house of James Tucker, 
at Shrews.: 



John Corlies, Jun'., 
Zilpha Corlies, 
John Corlies, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Elizabeth Edwards. 



Wits: 

James Corlies, 
William Lippencott, 
Amos White, 
W". Corlies, 
John Woolley, 
George Corlies, 
Levi White, 
Rachel Woolley, 
Thomas White, 
John Tucker, 
William Brinley, 
George Williams, 
Isaac Hance, 
William Brinley, 

Wilber Lippencott md. to Francis Stout, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, at Shrews.: 



Wits : 

Benjamin Parker, 
Joseph Talman, 
Josias Parker, 
Mary Corlies, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Mary Hartshorne, 
Abigal Lippencott, 



Wilber Lippencott, 
Francis Lippencott, 
William Lippencott, 
Hannah Lippencott. 



1735. 22, 3mo. William Bills md. to Mary Bordin, both of Shrews., at house of Francis Bordin, 
at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Francis Bordin, 

Content Bills, 



William Bills, 
Mary Bills, 



378 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Thomas Lippencott, 
Isaac Hance, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Wilham Lippencott, 
Thomas Bordin, 
George Woolley, 
Francis Bordin, Jiin'' 
Ehzabeth Bordin, 
John Bordin, 
Thomas White, 
Jeremiali Bordin, 



Mary Bordin, 
Thomas Woohey, 
Patience Woolley, 
Almy Borden, 
Lydia Bordin, 
Joanna Bills, 
Lydia Bills, 
Abigael Woolley, 
Elizabeth White, 
Amos White. 



1735, 4, 6mo. Philip Edwards md. to Elizabeth Eatton, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, at Shrews.: 



1735. 25, 7mo. 



1735. 27, 9mo. 



Philip Edwards, 
Elizabeth Edwards, 
Thomas Eatton, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
James Tucker, 
Daniel Tilton. 



Wits: 

Isaac Van Dam, 
Thomas Eatton, S''., 
Valiariah Eatton, 
Isabela \^an Dam, 
William Brinley, [J'.?], 
Sarah Eatton, 
Yohannis Sebring, 
John W^oolley, 
John Lippencott, 
Isaac Hance, 
William Brinley, 
William Lippencott, 
John [Winder?], 

Richard Fitz Randolph, of Woodbridge, md. to Elizabeth Corlies, of Shrews., at 
house of John Corlies, in Shrews.: 



Richard Randolph, 
Elizabeth Randolph, 
Edward Fitch Randolph, 
John Corlies, 
Romes Corlies, 
Elizabeth Fitchrandel, 
Nathaniel Fitchrandel, 
Hugh Hartshorne, Jun. 



Wits: 

Isaac Hance, 
Tho. Hedden, 
John Shaw, 
James Corlies, 
Mercy Field, 
Margaret Hedden, 
William Hartshorn, 
Samuel Filchrandolph, 
William Brinley, 
Jolm Lippencott, 
Edward Randolph, Jr., 
Robcjt Hartshorne, 
Elizabeth Hartshorne, 
William Brinley, Jun^, 
William Lippencott, 
John Corlies, Jur., 

William Scott md. to Mary Runnels, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

John Scott, 
Jemima Runnels, 
Hannah Scott, 
Samuel Scott, 



W^illiam Scott, 
Mary Scott, 
Mehetebel White, 
Isaac Hance, 



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Deborah Corlies, 
Adam Brewer, 
Daniel Tilton, 
James Tucker, 
Judah Williams, 
Abigail Woolley, 



Hannah Lippencott, 
Mary Bills, 
Elizabeth Worthley, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Sarah White, 
Mary Worthley, 
Thomas Woolley. 



1735, 18, lomo. 



Thomas White md. to Elizabeth Lippencott, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Robert White, 
John Lippencott, 
Sarah Lippencott, 
Elizabeth White, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
Sarah Lippencott, 
Joseph Lippencott, 
Thomas White, 
Isaac Hance, 
William Brinley, 
Abraham White, 
Adam Brewer, 
Joseph Parker, 
James Tucker, 
William Jacson, 
William Lippencott, 
Levi White, 



Thomas White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Robert White, 
Amas White, 
George Williams, 
Mehetebel White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Leah Tucker, 
Deborah Parker, 
Mary Williams, 
Deborah Corlies. 



1735. 25, gmo. 



Nathan Tilton, of Middletown, md. to Increase Lippencott, of Shrews., at Friends' 
Meeting House, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

William Lippencott, 
Hannah Lippencott, 
Robert Tilton, 
Esther Tilton, 
Abigael Lippencott, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
Isaac Hance, 
Adam Brewer, 
Thomas White, 
John Tilton, 
James Parker, 



Nathan Tilton, 
Increase Tilton, 
Sarah Lippencott, 
Meriani Tilton, 
Meribah Parker, 
Sarah Lippencott, 
Phobe Parker. 



1735. IS. iimo. 



Tliomas Middleton, of Nottingham, md. 
Friends' Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



to Patience Tilton, of Middletown, at 



Wits: 

Sarah Tilton, 
Samuel Tilton, 
Patience Tilton, 
John Middleton, 
Abraham Tilton, 
Jonathan Middleton, 
Daniel Tilton, 
Adam Brewer, 



Thomas Middleton, 
Petience Middleton, 
Neomcy Middleton, 
Patience Tilton, 
Mary Williams, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Mary Grover, 
Hannah Tilton, 



38o 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Isaac Hance, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Thomas Woolley, 
Samuel Tilton, Jun., 
Robert Tilton, 
John Tilton, 



Hannah Allen, 
Phebe Parker. 



1735. 4. imo. Francis Hance md. to Elizabeth Roggers, both of Shrews., at House of Isaac 
Hance, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Francis Bordin, 
Isaac Hance, 
Rejoice Dicerson, 
Thomas Bordin, 
Benjamin Hance, 
David Hance, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
Joseph Parker, 
Benjamin Codies, 
Jeremiah Bordin, 
Rich". Worthley, 
Zebulon Dickerson, 



Francis Hance, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Margaret Bordin, 
Abigal White, 
Deborah Parker, 
Content Bills, 
Mary Worthley, 
Dinah White, 
Almy Bordin, 
Rachel Bordin. 



1736, 14, 2mo. 



Samuel Scott md. to Almy Bordin, both of Shrews., at house of Francis Bordin, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Jean White, 
Mary Bills, 
William Scott, 
Mary Bordin, 
Elizabeth White, 
Hannah Scott, 
Christian White, 
Deborah [Wing?], 
Sarah Lippencott, 
Hannah Mount, 
Content Bills, 
Margaret Wardell, 
Joyce Dickerson, 
Joanna Bills, 
Rachel Bordin, 



Samuel Scott, 
Almy Scott, 
Francis Bordin, 
Thomas White, 
Thomas Bordin, 
Zebulon Dickerson, 
John Bordin, 
Thomas Bordin, Jun'., 
Thomas White, 
Amos White, 
William Bills, 
Jeremiah Bordin, 
Isaac Hance. 



1736, 22, 2mo. 



William Folwell, of Chesterfield, md. to Elizabeth Edwards, of Shrews., at Friends' 
Meeting House, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Amos White, 
George Parker, 
Ephriam Allen, 
William Lippencott, 
James Tucker, 
Mary Williams, 
Meribah Parker, 
Phebe Parker, 
Ruth Woolley, 



William Folwell, 
Elizabeth Folwell, 
Neomy Corlies, 
Mary Edwards, 
Mary Allen, 
Welby Edwards, 
William Brinley, 
Isaac Hance, 
Adam Brewer, 



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Abigael White, Geo. Williams, 

Deborah Talman, John Harniells, J^ 

George Ash, 

Nathanel Parker, 

John Rockhill, 

John Lippencott, 

John Fohvell, 

Benjamin Parker, 

Eliakim Hogger, 

1736, 22, 2mo. Stephen Cook md. to Sarah Lippencott, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Mary Allen, 
Deborah Talman, 
Meribah Parker, 
Phebe Parker, 
Mary Williams, 
Elizabeth White, 
John Lippencott, 
Sarah Lippencott, 
Mary Lippencott, 
Joseph Lippencott, 
William Brinley, 
Isaac Hance, 
Ephraim Allen, 
William Lippencott, 
Sarah Lippencott, 

1736, 2y, 3mo. Isaac Hance md. to Content Bills, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, at 

Shrews. : 



Stephen Cook, 
Sarah Cook, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
Benjamin Parker, 
Eliakin Hogger, 
George Williams, 
Adam Brewer, 
James Tucker, 
Nathaniel Parker. 



Wits : 

Hannah Little, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Timothy Hance, 
William' Bills, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Aos [Amos?] White, 
Joseph Parker, 
Adam Brewer, 
Francis Bordin, 
Thomas Hance, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
James Tucker, 
John Redford, 
John Warden. 



Isaac Hance, 
Content Hance, 
Dinah White, 
Lydia Bills, 
Elizabeth Shotwell, 
Sarah Wardell, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Lydia Hulet, 
Deborah Horbert, 
Deborah Parker, 
Meribah Parker, 
Elizabeth Wardell, 
Elizabeth Woolley, 
Lydia Redford, 
Abigael Hance, 
Leah Tucker. 



1736, 12, 6mo. Joseph Potter md. to Rebekah Champlice, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Cattherin Knott, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Elizabeth Shotwell, 
Mary Williams, 



Joseph Potter, 
Rebekah Potter, 
William Jackson, 
Adam Brewer, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Rachel VVoolIey, 
Sarah Jackson, 
Sarali Eatton, 
Dinah White, 
Sarah Wliitc, 
Lydia Eatton, 



George WilHams, 
Joseph Corhes, 
Richard Worthley, 
Jacob Corhes. 



1736, 9, lomo. 



Timothy Hance md. to Rebekah Allen, both of Shrews., at house of Joseph Allen, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Content Hance, 
Honnery Allen, 
Leah Tucker, 
Danl Tilton, 
Elizabeth Tilton, 
Joseph Allen, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
Judah Allen, 
Jacob Corlies, 
William Brinley, 
Christopher Nichison, 



Timothy Hance, 
Rebekah Hance, 
Isaac Hance, 
James Tucker, 
Amos White, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
John Shaw, 
Mary Allen, 
Hannah Allen, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
Exercise Rulong, 
Elizabeth Shotwell, 
Levi White, 
Elizabeth Allen. 



1736, 6, iimo. William Brinley md. to Koziah Woolley, both of Shrews., at Emanuel Woolley's 
house, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Ebenezer Cook, 
George Williams, 
James Tucker, 
Benjamin Woolley, 
Ephriam Allen, 
Peter Park, 
— oanna Donine, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Mary Allen, 
Sarah Cook, 
Elizabeth Lewis, 
Esther Woolley, 
Mary Williams, 



William Brinley, 
Koziah Brinley, 
William Brinley, [Sen.?], 
Emmanuel Woolley, 
Ruth Woolley, 

Sarah , 

Margarett Woolley, 
John Brinley, 
William Corlies, 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
George Williams, 

Cook, 

James Talman, Jr. 



1737, 22, lomo. Jacob Corlies md. to Sarah White, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, in 
Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Joseph Corlies, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
William Lippencott, 
John Corlies, 
Elik Shotwell, 
Isaac Hance, 
Daniel Tilton, 



Jacob Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Dinah White, 
William Brinley, 
Joseph Parker, 
John Shaw, 



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Phebe Parker, 
Brittain White, 
Hannah Cookr"^" 
Hannah White, 
Thomas White, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
George Codies, 
Hannah Wardell, 



Jediah Allen, 
William Morris. 



1738, 30, 9mo. 



Jedidiah Allen md. to Phebe Lippencott, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Elizabeth Hartshorne, 
W™. Brinley, 
Elizabeth ShotwcU, 
Elizabeth Chaniplin, 
Elizabeth Stout, 
John Woolley, 
Mary Williams, 
Isabella Kearny, 
Mary Knight, 
Rebekah Brianl, 
Rachel Woolley, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Isaac Hancc, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
Robert Tilton, 
James Parker, 
John Tilton, 
Adam Brewer, 



Jedidiah Allen, 
Phebe Allen, 
William Lippencott, 
Hannah Lippencott, 
Abigael Lippencott. 



1739. 27, 4mo. James Lefetra md. to Hannah Brewer, both of Shrews., at house of Adam Brewer. 



Wits: 

Joseph West, 
Lidia Hftlet, 
Hannah Rundels, 
William Scoot, 
Matthew West, 
Mary Scott, 
Jemimah Rundels, 
William Morris, 
Elizabeth Hulet, 
Thomas Welch, 
Hitable Corlies, 
Rachel Brewer, 
Joanna Wardell, 
John Wardell, 



James Lefetra, 
Hannah Lefetra, 
Adam Brewer, 
George Lefetra, 
William Brewer, 
Joseph Lefetra, 
George Allen, 
William Brinlev. 



I739« 19' 71110. William Brinley md. to Elizabeth Lippencott, both of Shrews., at house of Dan'el 
Lipponcott, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Daniel Lippencott, 
Jennet Lippencott, 
William Brinley, J""., 
Kesiah Brinley, 



William Brinley, 
Elizabeth Lippencott, 
Daniel Williams, 
Francis Brinley, 



284 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



John Lippcncott, 
Sarah Lippencott, 
John Corhes, 
Joseph Corlies, 
George Williams, 
Judah Williams, 
Isaac Hance, 
Content Hance, 
Abigael White, 
Neomah Corlies, 
John Brinley, 
Thomas Brinley, 
Job West, 
Hannah Brinley, 
Jno. Wardell, 



Mary Allen, 
Hannah Lippencott, 
Deborah Slocum, 
Catherine Stilhvell, 
Marg''. Corlies, 
Mary Nicholson, 
Sarah Ellis, 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
Phebe Brinley, 
Sarah West, 
Jonathan Allen, 
Hannah Runnels, 
Lydia Cook, 
Jacob Lippencott. 



1739, ID, 8mo. 



William Morris, of Midelton, md. 
Adam Brewer, in Shrews.: 



to Elizabeth Brewer, of Shrews., at house of 



Wits: 

James Grover, 
Mary Grover, 
William Brinley, 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
Joseph Wardell, 
William Brewer, 
Joseph Burge, 
John Morford, 
Margaret Morford, 
James Lefetra, 
Hannah Lefetra, 
Mary IMorris, 
Joseph Morris, 
Mary Scott, 
Joseph West, 
Jonah Hoisted, 
Joanna Wardell, 
John Wardell, 



William Morris, 
Elizabeth Morris, 
Adam Brewer, 
Richard Morris, 
Sarah Burge, 
Margaret Wardell, 
John Holdworth, 
Jeremiah Borden, 
William Scott. 



1739, 5, I mo. 



George Nicholson, of Chesterfield, 
of Thomas W'oolley, in Shrews.: 



md. to Hannah Woolley, of Shrews., at house 



Wits: 

James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
W^illiam Brinley, 
George Williams, 
John Redford, 
Sarah Eatton, 
Ruth Tucker, 
Mary Woolley, 
Sarah Woolley, 
Marg''. Woolley, 
Joseph Eatton, 
John Tucker, 
Joseph Woolley, 
Content Claton, 
Jn°. Wardell, 



George Nicholson, 
Hannah Nicholson, 
Allice Bunting, 
Patience Woolley, 
Thomas W'oolley, 
Jobn W^oolley. 
Rachel Woolley, 
Patience Woolley, 
Abigael Woolley, 
Meribah Woolley, 
Sarah Woolley, 
John Woolley, Jr. 



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1740, I, [5th?]mo. Epliriam Parker md. to Constant White, both of Shrews., at Meeting House 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Ephriam Allen, 
Adam Brewer, 
Rob^ White, 
Elii. Shotwell, 
Eliz. Parker, 
Margaret Wardell, 
Jean Wliite, 
Thomas Lippencott, 
Lvdia Hulet, 



Ephriam Parker, 
Constant Parker, 
Thomas White, 
Lydia Parker, 
Nathaniel Parker, 
George White, 
James Parker, 
Peter Parker, 
Jos. Parker. 



1740, 12, lomo. 



Thomas Lippincott md. to Hannah Woolley, both of Shrews., at house of Thomas 
Lippincott, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Sarah Saltar, 
Elizf^ Brinley, 
Thomas Walton, 
Levi White, 
Jeremiah Bordin, 
John Smith, 
Tho^ Bordin, 
Stephen Wood, 
Leah Tucker, 
Jane White, 
Stephen Cook, 
Sarah Cook, 
Tho^ White, 
Christian \\'hite, 
Jn". Lippencott, 
Sarah Lippencott, 



Thomas Lippincott, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
John Lippincott, 
W"". Brinlev, 
Rich". Saltar, 
Emmanuel Woolley, 
James Tucker. 



1740, 8, 1 2 mo. 



John Woodmancy md. to Berfheba Allen, both of Shrews. 
Allen, in Shrews.: 



at house of Jonathan 



Wits: 

Hannah Regeway, 
George Williams, 
William Mei-fin, 
Samuel Large, 
Meribah Allen, 
W'illiam Thorne, 
William Brinley. 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
John Corlies, 
Daniel Williams. 
George Corlies, 
Lidia Hulet, 
Phebee Allen, 
Elizabeth Shotwell, 
Rebecca Hance, 
John Wardell, 



John Woodmancy, 
Berfheba Woodmancy, 
Jonathon Allen, 
Mary Allen, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Henry Allen, 
Hannah Kelley, 
Merabah Thorne. 



286 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



[Date missing.] Isaac Hancc, Jun'., nid. to Joanna Bills, both of Shrews., at house of Isaac Ilance, 
in Shrews.: 



Isaac Hance, Jun'' 
Joanna Hance, 
David Hance, 
Tho'. Hance, 
Jarvis Hance, 
Isaac Hance, 
Content Hance. 



1742, 25, iimo. 



Wits: 

William Brinley, 
Elizabeth Bills, 
Jo^ Parker, 
Brittain White, 
Dinah White, 
Jno. Warden, 
Lydia Mount, 
William Bills, 
Amas White, 
John Hance, 
Ami [Ann?] Bills, 
Christian White, 
Tho". Lippencott, 

George Williams md. to Lydia Hewlet, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

William Brinley, 
George Williams, J''., 
Hez. Williams, 
Ephrahim Allen, 
Adam Brewer, 
Rachel Woolley, 
Joseph Parker, 
Christian White, 



George Williams, 
Lydia Williams, 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
Judah Williams, 
Deborah Parker, 
Isaac Hance, 
Content Hance, 
Deborah Corlies. 



1742, 29, 5mo. 



Thomas Bordin, Jan., md. to Mary Edwards, both of Shrews., at house of Francis 
Bordin, in Shrews.: 



Wits : 

Francis Bordin, Jun., 
Elizabeth White^ 
Amey Scott, 
John Bordin, 
Thomas Bordin, 
Joseph Eatton, 
Content Hance, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
John Hance, 
Sarah Saltar, 
Catharine Stelle, 
Elizabeth White, 
Elizabeth Eatton, 



Thomas Bordin, Ju''., 
Mary Bordin, 
Francis Bordin, 
Mary Bordin, 
Webley Edwards, 
Mary Wardell, 
Margaret Bordin, 
Elizabeth Bordin, 
Samuel Scott, 
Jededah Winright, 
Thomas White, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Isacc Hance, 
Margaret Webley. 



1742, 23, lomo. 



Richard Worthley md. to Elizabeth Williames, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

John Winter, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Margaret Corlies, 
William Brinley, 
George Williames, Jr., 



Richard Worthley, 
Elizabeth Worthley, 
Daniel Williames, 
Catherine Williames, 
Lidea Williames, 



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James Tucker, Joseph Parker, 

Ephrahim Allen, Deborah Parker. 

Webley Edwards, 

George Williames, 

Isaac Hancc, 

Deborah Corleis, 

Elizibeth Shotwell, 

John Hance, 

Elizabeth Hullet, 

Mary Hulet, 

Margaret Woolley, 

1.742, 29, lotno. John Williams md. to Elizabeth Tucker, both of Shrews., at house of James 
Tucker, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

James Tucker, 
Lear Tucker, 
John Tucker, 
Leah White, 
George Williames, 
James Tolmon, 
Rebekah Hance, 
Isaac Hancc, 
Phebe Allen, 
Hez''. Williames, 
Sarah Williames, 
Eliz. Shotwell, 
Deborah Corleis, 
Eliz. Brinley, 
John Hance, 



John Williames, 
Elizabeth Williames, 
W"'. Brinley, 
James Parker, 
Sarah Cook, 
Elizabeth Hulet, 
Elizabeth Worthley, 
Jane Phillips. 



1742, 13, iimo. Benjamin Lawrence md. to Patience Worth, both of Shrews., at the house of 
Edward Worth, in Shrews.: 



Wits; 

John Pearson, 
Jos. Collas, 
George Seaman, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Faith Tilton, 
John Curtis, 
Rebekah Curtis, 
Sarah Worth, 
David Curtis, 
John Jeane, 
Mary Lawrence, 
Jemimah Worth, 
Corneluis Honell, 
Job Mulford, 
William Worth, 



Benjamin Lawrence, 
Patience Lawrence, 
Mary Worth, 
Edward Worth, 
Rachel Lawrence, 
Jos. Lawrence, J""., 
James Lawrence. 



1743. 30. irno. Josiah Parker md. to Margarett Woolley, both of Shrews., at house of William 
Woolley, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Eliz\ Warden, 



Josiah Parker, 
"Margarett Parker, 
William Woolley, 



2 88 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Margarett Wardell, 
Ezekiel Allen, 
Any Allen, 
Jno. Wardell, 
Abigail Woolley, 
Meribah Woolley, 
Eliz^ White, 
Phebe Parker, 
Sarah Salter, 
Sarah Woolley, 
Patience Woolley, 
Margarett Cook, 



Ruth Woolley, 
Peter Parker, 
Eliz". Shotwell, 
Jacob Wardell, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Peter Parker, Jun. 



1743, 10, gmo. Benjamin Swain md. to Cattron Rulon, both of Shrews., at house of David Rulon, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Jacob Swain, 

Hannah Rulon, 
Jonathan Allen, 
Jacob Allen, 
Moses Allen, 
Patience Lippincott, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Thomas White, 
Christian White, 



His 
Benjamin B Swain, 

mark. 
Cattron Swain, 
David Rulon, 
Susannah Swain, 
Samuel Swain, 
Experience Rulon, 
Joseph Winright, 
Elizabeth Winright, 
Sarah Barnes. 



1743, 12, iimo. 



Amos White md. to Jean White, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, in 
Shrews. : 



Wits: 

James Parker, 
Briton White, 
Eprahim Parker, 
Constant Parker, 
Mary Milln, 
Deborah Parker, 
Content Hance, 
Dorothy Clianley, 
Joseph Parker, 
Isaac Hance, 
George Williams, Ju^, 
Hez. Williams, 



Amos White, 
Jean White, 
Thomas White, 
George White, 
Zephanah White, 
Jonathan Stoute, 
Leah Stoute, 
Ann White, 
Elizabeth Hulet, 
Elizabeth Shotwell. 



1743-4. 15. I mo. 



Isaac \^an Dike md. to Surniah Lippencott, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Stephen Cook, 
Sarah Cook, 



Isaac Van Dike, 
Surniah Vandike, 



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Tho''. Lippincott, 
Mary Woodruff. 



1744, 16, 3mo. 



1744, 19, 7ino. 



Isaac Hance, 
Francis Bordin, 
Thomas White, 
Deborah Corleis, 
Margaret \\'ardcll, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
Ann White, 
Samuel Corleis, 
Tho**. Robinson, 
Levi White, 
Ehzabeth Shotwell, 
John Corleis, Jr., 
James Parker, 

William Cook md. to Elizabeth White, both of Shrews., at house of Thomas 
White, in Shrews.: 



William Cook, 
Elizabeth Cook, 
Thomas White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Francis Bordin, 
Mary Bordin, 
Amos White, 
Ebeneazer Cook. 



Wits: 

Sam". White, 
John Bordin, 
Levy White, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Isaac Hance, 
Content Hance, 
Eprahim Allen, 
Mary Allen, 
Elizabeth Shotwell, 
Thomas Borden, 
Mary Borden, 
Job Cook, 
Hannah Cook, 
Elizabeth Borden, 
Jane White, 

Benjamin \\'oolley md. to Cattron Cook, both of Shrews., at the house of Cattron 
Cook, in Shrews.: 

Wits: 

Thomas Woolley, 
Ephrahim Allen, 
Bertholemew West, 
John Woolley, 
Patience Woolley, 
Mary Allen, 
Ruth West, 



Benjamin Woolley, 
Cattron Woolley, 
Lydia Leonard, 
M'ary Wardell, 
Sarah Wardell, 
Elizabeth Shotwell. 



1744, 17, iimo. John Brinley md. to Elizabeth Hulet, both 01 Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Deborah Corleis, 
Elizabeth Shotwell, 
John Hance. 
George Williams, 
Daniel Tilton, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Robert Tilton, 



John Brinley, 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
William Brinlev, 
Mary Hulet, 
Elizabeth Brinley, 
Thos. Brinley, 
Mary Corleis, 
Joseph Parker, 
Debrah Parker, 
William Cook. 



290 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1744, 13, i2mo. John Tucker md. to Phebe Parker, both of Shrews., at house of Joseph Parker, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
John Wardell, 
Eplirahim Parker, 
Wilham Lippincott, 
Samuel Lippincott, 
Content Fiance, 
Amas White, 
Rebekah Hance, 



John Tucker, 
Phebe Tucker, 
EHzabeth Shotwell, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Margaret Wardell, 
Joseph Wardell, 
James Parker, 
Zilphia Corleis. 



1745, 31, lomo. 



Stephen West md. to Sarah Lippincott, both of Shrews., at house of William Lip- 
pincott, in Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Benjamin Parker, 
Nathon Tilton, 
Remenibrence Lippincott, 
Levinah West, 
Francis Lippincott, 
Joseph West, 
Robert Lippincott, 



Stephen West, 
Sarah West, 
William Lippincott, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
lucres Tilton, 
Phebe Allen, 
Abigal Lippincott, 
Remembrance Lippincott. 



1745, 31, lomo. 



William Lippincott, J''., md. to Ester Tilton, both of Middletown, at house of 
Samuel Tilton, in Middletown: 



Wits: 

Robert Tilton, 
Nathon Tilton, 
John Tilton, 
Jerediah Allen, 
Timothy Abbott, 
Daniel Tilton, 
Rebecca Tilton, 
Abigal Tilton, 
Hannah Tilton, 



William Lippincott, Jr., 
Ester Lippincott, 
William Lippincott, 
Patience Tilton, 
Sanuiel Lippincott, 
Abraham Tilton, 
Increas Tilton. 



1746, 28, 6mo. 



Stephen Woolley md. to Ruth Tucker, both of Shrews., at house of James 
Tucker, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

John Williames, 
John Corleis, 
John Tuclcer, 
Stephen Cook, 
Amas White, 
Phebe Tucker, 
Phebe Woolley, 
Eli/'abclh Cook, 
Sarah Cook, 
Margaret Edwards, 



Stephen Woolley, 
Ruth Woolley. 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Emanuel Woolley, 
Ruth Tucker. 



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1746, 15, 8mo. Thomas Woolley, Jun"'., md. to Rachel White, both of Shrews., at house of Amos 
White, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joel White, 
John Williams, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
-John Drummond, 
Thomas Bordin, 
Amey Scott, 
Rebecca Hance, 
Joseph Wardell, 
George Nichoson, 



Thomas Woolley, Jun., 
Rachel Woolley, 
Thomas Woolley, 
Patience Woolley, 
Amas White, 
Jane White, 
Mary Borden, 
Abigail Longstreet, 
Sarah Woolley, 
Parnell Clayton, 
John Woolley. 



1746, 2, i2mo. 



William Cook md. to Rebekah Howland, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Hannah Rundels, 
Elizabeth Shotwcll, 
Jeremiah Rundils, 
Sarah Cook, 
Isaac Hance, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
James Parker, 
John Lippincott, 
Jerediah Allen, 



William Cook, 
Rebekah Cook, 
James Howland, 
Cook Howland, 
Stephen Cook, 
Josh Cook, 
Amos Howland, 
Joseph Parker. 



1746-7, 18, I mo. 



Amos Middleton, of Upper Frehold, md. to Elizabeth Chamblis, of Shrews., at 
house of Robert Tilton, in Middletown; 



Wits: 

George Williames, 
Elizabeth Williames, 
Abel Middleton, 
Neomy Hall, 
Jerediah Allen, 
Phebe Allen, 
Increes Tilton, 
John Tilton, 



Amos Middleton, 
Elizabeth Middleton, 
Meriam Tilton, 
Robert Tilton, 
Mary Allen, 
Rebecker Potter, 
Patience Tilton, 
Joseph Potter, 
David Tilton, 
Patience Middleton. 



1747, 23, 2mo. 



Richard Stoute md. 
House, in Shrews.: 



to Hannah Woollcv. both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 



Wits: 

Benjamin Swain, 
Thomas Bills, 
Benjamin Borden, 
John Eleson, 
James Borden, 
Patience Leonard, 
Content Bills, 



Richard Stoute, 
Hannah .Stoute, 
Thomas Lippincott. 
Joseph Wardell, 
John Corleis, 
Elifh Lawrence, 
Audray Woolley, 
Elizabeth Woolley. 



igi 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1747, 17, 4mo. 



Richard Worthley ind. to Mary White, both of Shrews., at house of Thomas 
White, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
EHzabeth Cook, 
Amas White, 
Jane White, 



Richard Worthley, 
Mary Worthley, 
Thomas White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Eheamis Bordin, 
Mary Bordin, 
Lydia Williames, 
Daniel Williames. 



1748, 5, 3mo. 



William Lawrence md. to Margaret Tilton, both of Middletown, at house of 
Daniel Tilton: 



Wits: 

Cattron Lawrence, 
Amos Tilton, 
William Lawrence, Jr., 
George Williams, 
Mary Tilton, 
Joseph Field, 
John Tilton, 
Abigel Tilton, 
Increas Tilton, 
Margaret Tilton, 



William Lawrence, 
Margaret Lawrence, 
Daniel Tilton, 
John Tilton, 
Anne Tilton, 
Sarah Tilton. 



1750, 8, 2mo. 



Isaac Hance md. to Mary Allen, both of Shrews., at house of Lidia Williams, in 
Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Lidia Leonard, 
Timothy Hance, 
Rebeckah Hance, 
Joseph Allen, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Henry Wencott, 
John[?] Slocum, 



Isaac Hance, 
Mary Hance, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
Hannah Rundels, 
Timothy Hance, 
Jacob Hance. 



1750, 5, 2mo. John Lippincott md. to Mary Hewlit, both of Shrews., at house of Lidiah Wil- 
liames, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Obediah Lippincott, 
Mary Worthley, 
Joseph Allen, 
Tliomas Bills, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
Jacob Lippincott, Jr., 
Joseph Hewlit, 
Hump Wady, 



John Lippincott, Jr., 
Mary Lippincott, 
Lydia Williames, 
Jacob Lippincott, 
Richard Worthley, 
Elizabeth Brinley. 



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1750, 2-j, 41110. Elihue Williames md. to Ann Wadey, both of Shrews., at house of Humphrey Wady, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

John WilHames, 
James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Margaret Wardell, 
Phebe Allen, 
Lidia Williames, 
Joseph Wardell, Jun., 
Stephen Woolley, 
Jeremiah Talman, 



Elihue Williams, 
Ann Williames, 
Humprey Wady, 
Phebe Wady, 
Joseph Corleis, 
Margaret Curlis, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Joseph Potter. 



1750, 7> 4mo. Joseph Jackson md. to Sary Woolley, both of Shrews. 



Joseph Jackson, 
Sary Jackson, 
Will". Jackson, 
John Woolley, 
Will". Woolley, 
John Brinley. 



1750, 



Wits: 

John Tucker, 
Phebe Tucker, 
Catharine Woolley, 
Mary Corleis, 
Leah Tucker, 
Gaig Woolley, 
Elizabeth White, 
Jane White, 
Mary Jackson, 
James Tucker, 
Amos White, 
Josiah Parker, 
Margaret Jackson, 
Tliomas White, 
James Woolley, 

6, lomo. Jacob Hance md. to Ann White, both of Shrews., at house of Christian White, in 
Shrews. : 



Jacob Hance, 
Ann Hance, 
Christian White, 
Thomas White, 
Isaac Hance, 
Mary Hance, 
Lidia Williames. 



1750-1,31, iimo. 



Wits: 

Jane White, 
George White, 
Amos White, 
Eprahim Parker, 
Timothy Hance, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
Jeremiah Bordin, 
Mary Bordin, 
Sarah Parker, 
Job Morris, 

James Tucker, Jr., md. to Margaret Parker, both of Shrews., at house of Elizabeth 
Parker, in Shrews.: 

Wits: 

Abr°. Ferrington, 
Peter Andros, >^ 
Peter Parker, 
Stephen Woolley, 
John Corleis, 
Rachel Harthorn, 
Elizabeth Shotwell, 



James Tucker. Jun'' 
Margaret Tucker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
James Tucker, 
Lear Tucker, 
Josiah Parker, 
John Tucker, 



294 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Lidia W'illiames, 
Ruth Woolley, 
Joseph Parker, 



John Wilhames, 
Hannah W'ardell, 
Margaret Parker, 
John W'illiames, 
Zilphia Corleis. 



1752, 9, 41110. 



Thomas Woolley nid. to Elizabeth Jackson, both of Shrews., at house of William 
Jackson, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Hannah Ninikloson [Nicholson?]. 

Joseph Jackson, 

Sarah Jackson, 

Amos \\'hite, 

John Tucker, 

John Brinley, 

Joseph Allen, 



Thomas Woolley, 
Elizabeth Woolley, 
\\'illiam Jackson, 
Ann Jackson, 
Patience Woolley, 
James Tucker, 
Lear Tucker, 
Abigal Longstreet. 



1752, 22, 4mo. William Cook md. to Lydia Corlois, both of Shrews., at house of Joseph Corlois. 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Mary Hance, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
Jacob Corlois. 
Sarah Corlois, 
Mary Corlois, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
George Corlois, 
Brittan White, 



William Cook, 
Lydia Cook, 
Joseph Corlois, 
Margaret Corlois, 
Benjamin Woolley, 
Thomas White, 
Margaret Cook, 
Deborah Corlois, 
Cathron Woolley. 
Isaac Hance. 



1753. 20, i2mo. 



Joseph Potter, of Shrews., md. to Abigail Tilton, of Middletown, at Friends" Meet- 
ing House, in Shrews.: 



Wits : 

Lydia Williams. 
Hannah Lippincott, 
James Potter, 
Elihu \\'illiams, 
Benj'". \"an ISIarter, 
Hunip"^. Wady, 
Esther Lippincott, 
Hannah Tilton. 
Margaret Wardell, 
Christian Potter, 
John Williams, 
Jacob Potter, 
Jno. Allen. 
Tho*. Lippincott, 
W". Jackson. 
Lydia Tilton. 
Catharine Potter, 
Increase Tilton, 
Phebe Allen, 
Ann Tilton, 
!Mar>- Tilton. 
Hannah Allen, 



Joseph Potter, 
Abigail Potter, 
Daniel Tilton, 
Amas Tilton, 
Rob'. Tilton, 
Nathan Tilton, 
John Tilton, 
John Tilton, 
W™. Lippincott, 
Isaac Hance. 



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1755, 26, II mo. Samuel White md. to Ann Curtis, botii of Shrews., at house of David Curtis, in 
Shrews. : 



Wits: 

David Curtis, Jun''., 
Samuel Tucker, 
George Rowland, 
Thomas White, Jun''., 
Levy White, 
Job Morris, 
Hannah White, 
Will"". Cook, 
Tho". Eatton, 
Lydia Brower, 
John Curtis, 

1755, 10, i2mo. William I'arkcr, Jun^, md. to Mary White, both of Shrews., at house of Amos 
White, in Shrews.: 



Samuel White, 
Ann White, 
Thomas White, 
Elizabeth White, 
David Curtis, 
Meribah Curtis, 
Nathan Tilton. 



Wits: 

James Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Thomas l,ippincott, 
William Lippincott, 
Morris Dehart, 
James Morris, 
Leah Morris. 
Thomas Bordiii, Jun'' 
Margarett Wardell. 
Elizabeth White, 



William Parker, Jun'' 
Mary Parker, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
Amos White, 
Jane Wiiite, 
Job White, 
Mary Borden, 
Elizabeth Shotwcll, 
Joseph Wardell. 



1756, 22, 4mo. Herbert Curtis md. to Lydia Tilton, both of Shrews., at house of Thomas Tilton, 
at Mansquan: 



Wits: 

Lydia Brewer, 
Gisbort Longstreet, 
Meribah Curtis, 
Margaret Wardell, 
Jos. Wardell, 
Jos. Lawrence, 
Rebekali Curtis, 
Sarah Johnston, 



Herbert Curtis, 
Lydia Curtis, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Faith Tilton, 
Esther Borden, 
John Curtis, 
Ebeneezer Cook, 
Sarah Cook, 
Thomas Tilton, Jun'^ 
Hannah Tilton. 



1756, 19. 5mo. 



David Curtis, Jun'., 
White, in Shrews.: 

Wits: 

Richard Worthley, 
William Cook, 
Herbort Curtis, 
Joel White, 
Levy White, 
Jacob Cook, 
Thomas White, Jun., 
Thom^. Borden, Jun., 
John Tucker, 
Amos White, 
Gisbort Longstreet, 



md. to Lydia White, both of Shrews., at house of Thomas 



David Curtis, Jun., 
Lydia Curtis, 
Thomas White, 
Elizabeth White, 
David Curtis, 
Margaret Wardell, 
James Tucker. 



29^ 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1756, 18, iimo. 



1757, 29, 121110. 



1758, 22, 6mo. 



John Curtis, JuIl^, iiid. to Patience Tilton, both of Shrews., at house of Thomas 
Tilton, in Shrews.: 

Wits: 

Rebeca Tilton, 
EHzabeth Tilton, 
Hannah Tilton, 
Mary Lawrence, 
Sam". Lawrence, 
Sarah Cook, 
Rleribali Curtis, 
Sarah Johnston, 
Harbort Curtis, 
Lydia Curtis, 
David Curtis, 



John Curtis, Jun^, 
Patience Curtis, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Faith Tilton, 
John Curtis, 
Esther Borden, 
Jos. Lawrence, 
Thomas Tilton, Jun'. 



to Rebecah Tillton, both of Shrews., at the house of Thomas 



Benjamin Bordin, 
Rebecah Bordin, 
Thomas Tillton, 
Faith Tillton, 
Thomas Tillton, Jun., 
James Lawrence, 
Amos \Miite, 
Ester Bordin. 



Benjamin Bordin md. 
Tillton: 

Wits: 

David Johnston, 
Meribah Curtis, 
Rachel Longstreet, 
Mary Lawrence, 
Deborah Tillton, 
Sarah Johnston, 
Patience Curtis, 
Joseph Lawrence, 
Sarah Cook, 
Richard Bordin, 
Thomas Bordin, Jun., 
Samuel Lawrence, 
Ebenezer Cook, 
Elizabeth Tillton, 
Elizabeth White, 
Hannah Tillton, 

Richard Bordin md. to Hannah Tillton, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, at Mana Squan: 

Wits: 

Thomas Tilton, 
Faith Tilton, 
Sarah Cook, 
Rebekah Bordin, 
Esther Bordin, 
Mary Lawrence, 
Thomas Tillton. Tur., 
Elizabeth Tillton," 
John Curtis. Jun'., 
Herbert Curtis, 
Ebenezer Cook, 
David Curtis, 
Amos Tilton, 
Jos. Potter, 
David Allen, 
Cathrine Potter, 
Cathrine Tilton, 
Deborah Tilton, 
Sarah Tilton, 
Hannah Cook, 



Richard Bordin, 
HanaJi Bordin, 
John Williams, 
Benjamin Bordin, 
Joseph Lawrence, 
Samuel Lawrence, 
Marv Tillton, 
Rachel Tillton, 
Sarah Johnston, 
Patience Curtis, 
John Curtis, 
James Lawrence. 



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1759. 



2mo. 



Jacol) Hancc md. to Elizabeth Corlis, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
in Shrews.: 



1759. 



1759. 7. 3mo. 



Wits: 

Benjamin Bordin, 
Deborah Parker, 
John Wilhams, 
Joseph Parker, 
Ephraim Parker, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
iVIargreat Corhs, 
Timothy Hancc, 
Beulah Lippincott, 
Dinah White, 
Thomas Borden, Jun., 



Jacob Hance, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
WiUiam Woolley, 
James Corles, 
George Corhes, 
John Corhes, 
Zilpha Corhes, 
JMargret Parker, 
Josiah Parker. 



3mo. Joseph Allen md. to Hannah Lippincott, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Catherin Tilton, 
Pheby Tilton, 
David Allen, 
Humphry Wady, Jun., 
Stephen West, 
Edward Wilbor, 
William Tilton, 
Sanuiel Parker, 



Joseph Allen, 
Hannar Allen, 
Hannar Lippincott, 
Samuel Lippincott, 
James Lippincott, 
Mercy Hullit, 
Duriaf Lippincott, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Lidia Williams, 
John Williams, 
William Cook, 
John Lippincott, 
Mary Tilton. 

Thomas Kirby, of Burlington, md. to Rachel Hance, of Shrews., at house of Timo- 
thy Hance: 



Wits: 

Timothy Hance, 
Rebeckah Hance, 
Benjamin Kirby, 
Stephen Kirby, 
Thomas Harrison, 
Isaac Hance, 
Jacob Hance, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Joseph Parker. 
Deborah Parker, 
Benjamin Bordin, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Dinah White, 
William Cook, 
Lidya Cook, 
Richard Worthley, 



Thomas Kirby, 
Rachel Kirby, 
Esther Bordin, 
Hannah Bordin, 
Rebeckah Bordin, 
Elizabeth Tilton, 
Sarah Harrison, 
'Elizabeth Kirby, 
James Halloway, 
David Hance, 
Mary Hance, 
Isaac \'andyk, 
Margret Corlis, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Isaac Hance, 
Jeremiah Hance. 



1760, 20, iimo. Joseph Mitten md. to Cathrine Michel, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Phebe Allin, 
Sarah Corlis, 



Joseph Mitten, 
Kathrine Mitten, 



298 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1701, 22, imo. 



Elizabeth Williams, 
Meribah Parker, 
Margret Wardil, Jun'' 
Elizabeth Corlis, 
Kcthrine Potter, 



Samuel Tucker md. to Elizabeth 
House, ill Shrews.: 

Wits: 

James Tucker, 
William Lippincott, 
John Tucker, 
Mary Worthley, 
Rachel White, 
Hannah White, 
Leah Tucker, 
[Tiinot?] Corlis, 
Benjamin Woolcut, 
John Williams, 



Joseph Wardell, 
James Tucker, 
William Lippencott, 
Robert Tilton, 
John Williams, 
Joseph Potter, 
John Tucker, 
Joseph Jackson, 
Amos Tilton, 
Obadiah Tilton. 

White, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 



Samuel Tucker, 
Elizabeth Tucker, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Mary Bordin, 
Hannah White, 
Margret Corlis, 
Sarah Corlis. 



1761, 13, 8mo. Joseph Shotwell, of Woodbridge, md. to Phebe Allen, of Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Wardel, 

John Pemberton, 

Ann Frances Gombold, 

Sam'. Emley, Jun^, 

Isaac Hance, 

Lidia Williams, 

Sarah Corlis, 

Elizabeth Williams, 

Deborah Parker, 

Jacob Corlis, 

"W". Allen, 

George Middleton, 

Brittain Corlies, 



Joseph Shotwell, 
Phcbe Shotwell, 
John Williams, Clark, 
William Lippincott, 
John Shotwell, 
Benjamin Shotwell, 
Samuel Shotwell, 
Robert Wiles, 
James Tucker, 
Joseph Parker, 
Robert Tillton, 
Joseph Potter, 
Amos Tillton, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Increas Tilton, 
Katharine Tilton. 



1761, 17, i2mo. Amos White md. to Hester Borden, both of Shrews. 



Wits: 

Mary Parker, 
Mary Corlis, 
Increas Tillton, 
Sarah Cook, 
Rebekah Borden, 
Elizabeth Tillton, 
Deborah Tillton, 



Amos White, 
Ester White. 



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1762, 28, I mo. Obadiah Allen md. to Hannah Woodmanscy, both of Shrews. 



1762, 23, 6nio. 



1762, 25, 1 1 mo. 



Obadiah Allen, 
Hannah Allen, 
John Woodmansey, 
Joseph Corlis, 
Margret Corlis, 
Joseph Metin. 



Wits: 

Sarah Corlis, 
Nathan Allin, 
Thomas Woodmansey, 
Joseph Woodmansey, 
Naony Lippincott, 
Hannah Hoaven, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Mary Woodmansey, 
Elizabeth W-^.C?], 

David Hance md. to Hannah Cook, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
at Manasquan: 

Wits: 

Isaac Hance, 
Abegel Potter, 
John Tillton, 
Joseph Lawrence, 
Benjamin Burdin, 
Amos White, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Rebeckah Borden, 
Elizabeth Tillton, 
Hannah Borden, 
Deborah Tillton, 
Beulah Lippincott, 
Jacob Hance, 
Samuel Lawrence, 
Thomas Kirby, 

George Middleton, Jun"'., of Notingham, md. to Dinah Tilton, of Middletown, at 
Shrews. : 



David Hance, 
Hannah Hance, 
Joseph Larence, 
Thomas Tillton, 
Faith Tillton, 
David Johnston, 
Ester White. 



Jun., 



Wits: 

Nathan Tilton, 
Amos Tilton, 
Miriam Williams, 
Phebe Tillton, 
Ketherine Potter, 
Deborah Corlis, 
Silvenious Grover, 
David Killey, 
William Tillton, 
Briton Corlis, 



George Middleton, 
Dinah Middleton, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Esther Middleton, 
Anthony tayler, 
Joseph Corlis, 
John Williams, 
James Tucker. 



Jun-- 



1763, 20, imo. Obadiah Tillton, of Middletown, md. to Hannah Corlis, of Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Timo''. Corlis, 
Joseph Potter, 
Ketherine Potter, 
William Tillton, 
Meriam Williams, 
Phebe Tillton, 
Dinah Middleton, 
Britton Corlis, 
William Allen, 



Obadiah Tillton, 
Hannah Tillton, 
Joseph Corlis, 
Mariam Tillton, 
Nathan Tillton, 
Deborah Corlis, 
Jacob Corlis, 
\\'illiam Cook, 
Diner White, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker. 



300 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1763, 16, 2mo. Isaac Hance nid. to Deborah Irons, both of Slircws., at house of Thomas White: 



Wits: 

Deborah White, 
Thomas White, 
David Ilancc, 
Thomas Kirby, 
Racliel Kirby, 
Jacob Haiiee, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Mary Hance, 
Britton Corlis, 
Jeremiah Hance, 
Amos White, 
Levi White, 
Thom". Corhs, 
John Tucker, 
Timothy Hance, 



Isaack Hance, 
Deborah Hance, 
Beulah Lijjiiincott, 
Hannah While, 
Rachel White, 
Thomas White. 



1763, 24, 2mo. Franses Borden md. to Elizabetli Parker, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Josiah Parker, 
Margret Parker, 
Joseph Borden, 
John Borden, 
Peter Parker, 
Thomas Borden, Jun''., 
Joseph Corlis, 
Joseph Parker, 
Joseph Wardell, Jun""., 



Franses Borden, 
Elizabeth Borden, 
Elihue Wilhams, 
Jacob Hance, 
Edmond Lafetter, 
Benjamin Woolcott, 
Britton Corlis, 
Leah Tucker, 
Obadiah Allen, 
Mary Parker, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Margret Price, 
Lydia Wardell, 
Lvdia Parker. 



1763, 12, 5mo. Thomas Tilton md. to Catherine Potter, both of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Elizabeth Williams, 
Lydia Williams, 
Joseph Poter, 
Abigail Potter, 
Faith Tilton, 
Isaac Hance, 
Joseph Parker, 
Joseph Wardell, 
James Tucker, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Amos White, 
Ester White, 



Thomas Tilton, 
Katherine Tilton, 
Increas Tilton, 
Hannah Tilton, 
Phebe Tilton, 
Beulah Potter, 
Ester Middleton, 
William Tilton, 
Ester Lippincott, 
Amos Tihon, 
John Williams, 
Edmond Lafetre. 



1764, II, lomo. Joseph Jackson md. to Sarah Lawrence, both of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Benjamin Jackson, 

James Tucker, 



Joseph Jackson, 
Sarah Jackson, 



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Joseph Parker, 
Joseph Corhs, 
Lydia Williams, 
John Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
John Brinley, 
Elihue Williams, 



Nathan Tilton, 
Joseph Wardil, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Ester White, 
Amos White. 



1765, 10, imo. Briton Corlies md. to Anne White, both of Shrews., at house of David Curtis: 



Wits: 

Deborah Corlies, 
Abigail White, 
Tho^ Leonard, 
William Parker, 
Jemime White, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Hannah White, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Rachel White, 
Miln Parker, 
Abraham Woolley, 
Timot Corlies, 
Thomas White, 
Lydia Brewer, 
Jonathan Herbert, 
John Corlies, 
Mary Worthley, 
William Parker, 
Joel Borden, 
Tho^. Leonard, 
Leah Tucker, 
Mary Parker, 



Briton Corlies, 
Anne Corlies, 
David Curtis, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Thomas White, 
Deborah White, 
David Curtis, Jan., 
Benjamin Corlies, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
John Brinley, 
Lydia Worthley, 
Rachel Curtis. 



1765, 14, 2mo. 



James Haydock, of County of Middlesex, md. to Phebe Tilton, of County of Mon- 
mouth, at Friends' Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Edmund Williams, 
Elilni Williams, 
Richard Lawrence, 
Amos Tilton, 
Joseph Potter, 
Mcriam Allen. 
Hannah Wardell, 
Margaret Wardell, 
Lydia Williams, 
William Tilton, 
Deborah Parker, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Mary Shotwell, 
Ester Middleton, 
Margaret Ford, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Joseph Parker, 
Obadiah Tilton, 



James Haydock, 
Phebe Haydock, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Increase Tilton, 
Phebe Shotwell, 
John Flaydock, 
Samuel Shotwell, 
Catherine Tilton, 
Lydia Wardell, 
Leah Tucker, 
Lydia Williams, 
Sarah Lafetra, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Joseph Wardell, Jun. 



302 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1766, II, 9mo. 



Jacob Shotwell, of Woodbridge, md. to Catherine 
Friends' Meeting House, in Shrewsbury: 



Tilton, of Middletown, at 



Wits: 

Joseph Parker, 
John Williams, 
Joseph Potter, 
Benj". Wolcott, 
Esther Middleton, 
John Tilton, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Edmund WilUams, 
Benj". Shotwell, 
William Tilton, 
James Haddock, 
Anne Tilton, 
Abigail Potter, 
Hannah Allen, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Lydia Wardell, 



Jacob Shotwell, 
Catherine Shotwell, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Samuel Shotwell, 
Thomas White, 
Phebe Wardell, 
Elihu Williams, 
Meriam Williams, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Charles Brooke, 
Hannah Tilton, 
Rich''. Lawrence, 
Deborah Corleis, 
Joseph Wardell, Jun. 



1766, 4, iimo. John Lippincott, of Chester, md. to Hannah Tilton, of Middletown, at Shrews.: 



1766, II, i2mo. 



Wits: 

Elizabeth Culler, 
Benjamin Wolcott, 
Anne Tilton, 
[Gule?] Potter, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Anne Williams, 
James Potter, 
Lydia Tilton, 
Joseph Potter, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Increas Tilton, 
William Tilton, 
Joseph A\'ardell, 
John \\'illiams, 

Edmond Lefetra md. to Elizabeth 
House, in Shrews. : 

Wits: 

Joseph Jackson, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Joseph Potter, 
Elihu Williams, 
Joseph Wardell, Jun., 
Lydia Worthley, 
Anne Borden, 
Abigail Potter, 
Deborah Parker, 
Lydia Williams, 
]\Iargaret Corlies, 
Increase Tilton, 
Benjamin Wolcott, 
John Williams, 
Jacob Corlies, 



John Lippincott, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
Nathaniel Lippincott, 
Mary Lippincott, 
Abigail Potter, 
Thomas Lippincott, 
Daniel Potter, 
Lydia Potter, 
Sarah Potter, 
Rich''. Lawrence, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Edmund Lafetra, 
Charles Brooke, 
Mary Potter. 

Scott, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 



Edmond Lefetra, 
Elizabeth Lefetra, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Joseph Parker, 
James Tucker, 
Ebenezer Scott, 
Jane Scott, 
Elizabeth Borden, 
Mary Worthley. 



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1767, 14, 5mo. James Lefetra, ]mV., md. to Elizabeth Lippincott, both of Shrews., at Friends' 

Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



James Lefetra, Jun^, 
Elizabeth Lefetra, 
Joseph Lippincott, 
James Lefetra, 
Edmond Lefetra, Jnn^, 
William Lippencott, 
Nathan Tilton. 



Wits: 

Joseph Warden, 
Joseph Parker, 
James Tucker, 
Jacob Corlis, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Sarah Corliss, 
Elizabeth W'illiams, 
Ann Williams, 
Anne Tilton, 
Lyddia Williams. 
John Williams, 
Abigail Pottor, 
Margret Corliss, 
Deborah Parker, 
Elihu W'illiams, 
Richard Larrence, 

1767, 21, 5mo. Thomas Curtiss md. to Margret Corliss, both of the County of Monmouth at 
Friends' Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Theophilais Littell, 
Rebeckah Potter, 
Jemima White, 
Margret White, 
Mary Woodmancy, 
Abigal Corlifs, 
Margret Cook, 
John \\"illiams, 
Thomas White, 
Rachel Tallman, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
John Woodmancy, 
Beershabe Woodmancy, 
Joseph Warden, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
Joseph Potter, 
Benjamin Corlifs, 
Abigal Potter, 

1767. 13. 8mo. James Williams md. to Rebeckah Potter, botli of Shrews., at Shrews 



Thomas Curtiss, 
Margret Curtiss, 
Joseph Corlifs, 
Jacob Corlifs, 
Dinah White, 
Ann Corlifs, 
Timo''. Corlifs, 
William Cook, 
Lyddia Cook, 
Deborah Corlifs, 
Brittain Corlifs. 



Wits: 

Joseph Corlifs, 
Charles Brooks, 
Joseph Warden, 
Joseph Jackson, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Lyddia Williams, 
Margret Corlifs, 
Zilpha Corlifs.' 
Gule Potter, 
Hannah Wardcll, 



James Williams, 
Rebeckah Williams, 
Joseph Potter, 
Jolni W'illiams, 
James Tucker, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Abigal Potter, 
Daniel Williams, 
Catharine Tilton, 
Anne Tilton, 



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Thomas Tilton, 
Peter Potter, 
James Potter, 
Elihu Williams, 
William Tilton, 



Hannah Allin, 
Lydia Williams. 



1767, 17, 9mo. William Corlifs md. to Mary Woolley, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Deborah White, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Margaret Price, 
Margaret Parker, 
Beulah Lippincott, 
Rebeckah Borden, 
Deborah Corlifs, 
William Parker, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Jacob Hance, 
John Williams, 
Jarat Morford, 



William Corlifs, 
Mary Corlifs, 
Joel Borden, 
Amas White, 
James Tucker, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Joseph Parker, 
Leah Tucker. 



1767, 14, lomo. John Woolley, (minor), md. to Rebeckah Borden, both of Shrews., at house of 
Amos White, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Mary Corlifs, 
Thomas White, 
Joel White, 
Jacob White, 
James Tucker, 
Joseph Parker, 
Joseph Corlifs, 
Margret Corlifs, 
Deborah Parker, 
Joseph Jackson, 
Lewis Smith, 



John Woolley, 
Rebeckah Woolley, 
■Esther White, 
Thomas Woolley, 
Amos White, 
Elizabeth Woolley, 
Leah Tucker, 
Peter White, 
Zilpha White. 



1767, 9, i2mo. 



Joseph Hahurft, of Middletown, Penn., md. to Deborah Larrance, of Shrews., at 
Friends' Meeting [House?], at Manasquan: 



Wits: 

Marcy Rogers, 
Ann Longstreit, 
Elfse Longstreit, 
Elizabeth Longstreit, 
Catharine Longstreit, 
Hannah Jackson, 
Daniel Bills, 
Benj"'. Jackson, 
Timothy Smith, 
William Pearce, 
Samuel Longstreit, 
George Parker, 
Elizabeth Tilton, 
Sarah Cook, 
Rachel Tilton, 
David Cutler, 



Joseph Hahurft, 
Deborah Hahurft, 
Joseph Larrence, 
Faith Tilton, 
John Larrence, 
Ann Larrence, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Benjamin Cutler, 
Rebeckah Bills, 
Mary Cutler, 
Rachel Bills. 



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1769, I, 5mo. David Cutler, of Pennsylvania, md. to Ann Laurence, of Shrews., at Friends' 
Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Elizabeth Williams, 
Lyddia Allin, 
Mary Williams, 
John Tucker, 
Lyddia Rogers, 
Joseph Parker, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Edmon Williams, 
Joseph Corlifs, 
Benjamin Walcott, 
Josiah Parker, 
Lyddia Williams, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Elihu Williams, 



David Cutler, 
Ann Cutler, 
John Cutler, 
Elizabeth Cutler, 
Margery Stackhouse, 
Hannah Headley, 
Joseph Jackson, 
Sarah Jackson, 
Isaac [thackroy?]. 



1770, 13, i2mo. Joseph White md. to Sarah Parker, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Jackson, 
Elihu Williams, 
Edmund Williams, 
Jacob Hance, 
Huldah Lippincott, 
Hannah White, 
William Parker, 
James Williams, 
Abigal Parker, 
Peter Parker, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Briton Corleis, 
Benjamin Walcott, 



Joseph White, 
Sarah White, 
Constant Parker, 
John White, 
Thomas White, 
Elizabeth Allin, 
Lydia Allin, 
Joseph Parker, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Charity White, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Parker, 
Ann White, 
Miln Parker. 



1 77 1, 17, I mo. Peter Parker, Jun'., md. to Sarah White, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meet.'.ig 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Sarah White, 
Joseph White, 
Jean Scott, 
Peter Corlies, 
John White, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Richard Lawrence, 
John Hartshorne, 
Benj". Walcott, 
Joseph Parker, 
Elihu Williams, 
John Tucker, 



Peter Parker, 
Sarah Parker, 
Josiah Parker, 
Thomas Borden, 
Sarah White, 
John White, 
Constant Parker, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Robbert White, 
John Parker, 
Nathan Tilton, 
John Borden, 
James Tucker. 



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1771, II, 4mo. Samuel Middleton, of Nottingham, md. to Ann Tilton, of Middletown, at Shrews. 



1771, II, i2mo. 



1772, 27, 2mo. 



Wits: 

Ehhu WilHams, 
Azi Dunham, 
Britan Codies, 
Richard Lawrence, 
Jos. Wardell, 
John Hartshorne, 
Obediah Tilton, 
James Lefetra, Jun''., 
James Potter, 
Edmon Williams, 
Joseph Allin, 
Garrit Bennit, 
Catharine Bennitt, 
Joseph Borden, 
Jacob Middleton, 
Joseph Parker, 
Benjamin Walcott, 
Joseph Jackson, 



Samuel Middleton, 
Ann Middleton, 
Thomas Middleton, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Patience Middleton, 
Increas Tilton, 
Catherine Shotwell, 
George Middleton, 
Nathan Tilton, Jun'' 
Mary Bennit, 
Hannah Allin, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Margret Corlis, 
Abigal Corlis, 
Gideon Middleton. 



Thomas Smith md. to Deborah Laing, both of Shrews., at house of George Parker, 
at Squancum: 



Wits: 

James Patterson, 
Obediah Allin, 
Elizabeth Morriss, 
Ben' Jackson, Jun"'., 
Esek Patterson, 
Job Morriss, 
Hannah W'ilkin, 
Leah Morriss, 
Lydia Brewer, 
Amey Allin, 
Mary Wardell, 
Anthony Smith, 
George Parker, 
Martha Parker, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Joseph Parker, 
Benja". Jackson, 



Thomas Smith, 
Deborah Smith, 
Jacob Laing, 
Ann Laing, 
Anthony Smith, 
Timothy Smith, 
Sarah Smith, 
Elizabeth Laing, 
John Laing, 
David Laing, 
Elihu Williams, 
John Hartshorne, 
W'illiam Lippincott, 
Solomon Wardell, 
Abraham Parker. 



Isaiah Shotwell, of Plainfield, md. to Constant Lippincott, of Shrews., at Friends' 
Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Jos. Parker, 
Jos. Jackson, 
Lydia Allen, 
Brittain White, 
Abigail Codies, 
Mary Williams, 
Jos. Mitton, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Benjamin Walcott, 
Sam'. Smith, 
Margret Cook, 
Elizabeth Worthly, 



Isaiah Shotwell, 
Constant Shotwell, 
Jacob Shotwell, 
Hannah Williams, 
William Lippincott, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Increas Tilton, 
W". Tilton, 
Hannah Allen, 
Elizabeth Lippincott, 
William Lippincott, 
Lydia Williams, 



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1773. 20, smo. 



Elizabeth Williams, 
Nat'. Parker, 
Peter White, 
Mary Worthly, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Rich''. Lawrence, 



Jo^ Leffetra, Jun^, 
Elihu Williams, 
John Tucker, 
Jacob Hance, 
E. Williams, 
Mary White, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Stephen Edwards, 
Nathan Tilton, Jlm^ 



Benjamin Corlies md. to Deborah Parker, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Patience Lippincot, 
Hannah Wardell, 
John Tucker, 
James Leffetra, Jun''., 
Rich''. Lawrence, 
Edm''. Leffetra, 
John Hartshorne, 
Jo^ Wardell, 
Joseph Corlies, 
George Corlies, 
James Tucker, 
Abigail Edwards, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Jo^. Parker, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Elihu Williams, 
William Tilton, 



Benjamin Corlies, 
Deborali Corlies, 
William Parker, 
Joseph Parker, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Deborah Parker, 
Peter Corlies, 
Margaret Tucker, 
Brittain Corlies, 
Anne Corlies, 
Benj°. Walcot, 
Nathan Tillton, 
iMargaret Wardell, 
Lydia Wardell. 



1773, 22, 4mo. 



Brittain White md. to Elizabeth Allen, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Alice Lawrence, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Margaret White, 
Nathaniel Parker, 
Lydia Wardell, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
George Corlies, 
Lydia Rogers, 
Margaret Tucker, 
Mary Robinson, 
Rich''. Hartshorne, 
Elihu Williams, 
John Scott, 
Timothy Corlies, 
Peter Corlies, 
Benjamin Walcot, 
Joseph Parker, 
Joseph De Laplaine, 
Brittain Corlies, 



Brittain White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Lydia Allen, 
Lydia Allen, 
Margaret Wardell, 
Dinah White, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Samuel Tucker, 
James Lafetra, Jun''., 
Charles Brooks, 
Tho^ Clark, 
Margaret Cook, 
W". Wardell, 
Rich''. Lawrence, 
Aschel Chandler, 
Ebinezer Allen, 
Tefse Cook, 
Benjamin Chandler, 
Mary Williams, 
Meriam Cook, 
Margaret Allen, 
Edmond Lafetra. 



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1773, 18, iimo. 



Robert Bowne, of New York, md. 
Shrewsbury: 

Wits: 

Sarah CorHes, 
Jo^ Warden, 
Walter FrankHn, 
Sarah Hartshorne, J'., 
Elihu Williams, 
Mary Ashfield, J""., 
Margaret Hartshorne, 
Elisha Lawrence, Jr., 
Euphremia Ashfield, 
Tlio". Hartshorne, 
Sarah Salter, 
Elizabeth Salter, 
Mary Robinson, 
John Hartshorne, 
Pattison Hartshorne, 
Lawrence Hartshorne, 
Andrew Underbill, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Thomas Robinson, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Elizabeth Robinson, 



to Elizabeth Hartshorne, of Middletown, at 



Robert Bowne, 
Elizabeth Bowne, 
Robert Hartshorne, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Elizabeth Hartshorne, 
Mary Bowne, 
John Bowne, 
Matthew Bowne, 
Rich''. Hartshorne, 
Esek Hartshorne, 
Mary Bowne, Jr., 
Elizabeth Hartshorne, Jr., 
Anna Bowne, 
Mary Pearsall, 
Will. Hartshorne, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Joseph Delaplaine, 
Hannah Wardell, 
William Rickman, 
Joseph Parker, 
Increas Tilton. 



^773> 7' i2mo. Jonathan Pickering, of Buckingham, Penn., md. to Mary Williams, of Shrewsbury, 
at Friends' Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Ja^. Tliornton, 
Edm''. Lefetra, 
Lydia Williams, 
Jo'. Parker, 
Joshua Morris, 
Jo^ Wardell, 
Jacob Paxon, 
Mary Grover, 
Sarah Jackson, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Mary Brooke, 
Hannah Allen, 
Abbot Williams, 
George Allen, Jr., 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Elizabeth Little, 
Jediah Tilton, 
Margaret Wardell, 
Elisabeth White, 
George Williams, 
Law: Hartshorne, 
Lydia Hulet, 
Zilpah Woolley, 
Mary Lippincot, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Lydia Allen, Jr., 
Humphrey Williams, 
Joseph Williams, 



Jonathan Pickering, 
Mary Pickering 
Isaac Pickering, 
Elihu Williams, 
Anne Williams, 
Joseph Pickering, 
Mary Pickering, 
Rachel Pickering, 
Joseph Butter, 
Obadiah Williams, 
W". Williams, 
Mary Pickering, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Grace Williams, 
Meriam Williams, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Lydia Allen, 
Sylvanus Grover, 
Joseph Roberts, 
James Lefetra. Jun''., 
James Grover, 
Joseph Allen, 
Brittain White, 
Nathan Woolley, 
Edw. Brooks, 
Jn". Hartshorne. 



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1774, 6, I mo. Joshua Morris, of Abington, Penn., md. to Lydia Wardell, of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



1774, 9. 3mo. 



1774, 14, 4mo. 



Wits: 

Josepli Parker, 
Edm". Lefifetra, 
John Tucker, 
Isaac Mathew, 
Tho'. Flecher, Jun''., 
Hugh Evans, 
Jas. Longstreth, 
W". Parker, 
George Allen, Jun^, 
W". Parker, 
John Corlies, 
John Hartshorne, 
Elihu Williams, 
Lydia Allen, 
Elisabeth White, 
Elisabeth Corlies, 
Margaret Tucker, 
Mary Parker, 
Brittain White, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Anne White, 



Joshua Morris, 
Lydia Morris, 
Jo\ Wardell, 
John Wardell, 
W". Wardell, 
Jo^. Leonard, 
Peter Corlies, 
Deborah Parker, 
Meribah Parker, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Margaret Wardell, min"'., 
Margaret Wardell, Jun"'., 
Merabah Wardell, 
Leah Tucker, 
Elisabeth Wardell, 
Deborah Wardell, 
Jo. Wardell, 
Rachel White, 
Patience Lippincot, 
Joseph Williams, 
Lucy Hartshorne. 



Jonathan Wright, of Chesterfield, md. to Elizabeth AVilliams, of Shrewsbury, at 
Friends' Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Samuel Borden, 
Elihu Woolley, 
Elisabeth White, 
Lydia Allen, 
Lydia Hulit, 
Lydia Potter, 
Leah Tucker, 
John Williams, 
Elihu Williams, 
Jediah Tilton, 
Margaret Cook, 
Mary Brooke, 
Hannah Williams, 
Jos'". Wardell, 
Han^. Wardell, 
Jos. Jackson, 
Elisabeth Corlies, 
Margaret Tucker, 
Jo'. Williams, 
Peter Corlies, 

Peter Corlies md. to Margaret Tucker, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
in Shrews.: 



Jonathan Wright, 
Elizabeth Wright, 
Eliz^". Williams, 
James Tucker, 
James Williams, 
John Tucker, 
Isaac Wright, 
Ebenezer Wright, 
Sarah Wright, 
Sam'. Tucker, 
W™. Hewlings, Jun^, 
Elizabeth Hewlings, 
Zilpah Corlis, 
John Corlis. 



Wits: 

Ed". Lafetra, 
John Corlies, 
Eliz*''. Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Stephen Edwards, 



Peter Corlies, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Patience Woolley, 
George Corlies, 
Leah Tucker, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Miriam Cook, 
Brittain White, 
Jacob White, 
Asahel Chanler, 
Jos. Parker, 
Jas. Parker, 
Eliz*". Parker, 
Joseph Parker, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Lydia Allen, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Deborah Cook, 
Mary Parker, 
James Tucker, 
Britton Tucker, 
Timothy Corlies, 
Sarah Woolley, 
Lydia Jackson, 



John Tucker, 
James Tucker, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Deborah Parker, 
Increas Tilton, 
Briton Corlies, 
Anne Corlies, 
Esther Tilton, 
Jane Scot, 
Abigail Edwards, 
Benj™. Corlies, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Elihu Williams, 
Jefse Cook, 
Benj". Woolley, 
Joseph Jackson, 
Elisabeth White. 



1774, 15, i2mo. Jeremiah Hance md. to Phebe Woodmansee, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Rich''. Lawrence, 
John Hartshome, 
James Lefetra, Jun^, 
Elizabeth Clark, 
Elis\ White, 
Ed"''. Lefetra, 
Sarar Hance, 
Tho^. Hance, 
Hannah Allen, 
Margaret Cook, 
Ja^ Wardell, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Jo". Jackson, 
Joseph Parker, 
Elihu Williams, 
Benj. Walcott, 



Jeremiah Hance, 
Phebe Hance, 
John Woodmansee, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Tho^ Woodmansee, 
Jos. Woodmansee, 
Jo^ Corlies, 

John Woodmansee, Jun., 
■David \\'oodmansee, 
Dan'. Woodmansee, 
Isaac Hance, 
Jacob Hance, 
Elisabeth Hance, 
Elisabeth Ciher, 
John Worthley. 



1755 [probably means 1775] 12, 4mo. 
Squancom : 



Elihu Woolley md. to Mary Jackson, both of Shrews., at 



Wits: 

Stephen Woolley, 
Benj". Jackson, Jun'' 
Jacob Walcott, 
Peter Wolcott, 
George Parker, 
Deborah Smith, 
Masheau Maxon, 
Thomas Smith, 



Elihu Woolley, 
Mary Woolley, 
Oba'diah Allen, 
Benjamin Wolcott, 
Peter Jackson, 
David Maxon, 
Jacob Mines, 
Noah Smith, 
Peter Cook, 
Jacob Herbert, 
Mary Herbert, 
Mary Jackson. 



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1775, 21, 121110. Nathan Jackson md. to Meribah Jackson, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Thomas Hance, 
Jo^ Parker, 
Rob«. White, 
Mary Coriies, 
Jacob Wolcott, 
Law. Hartshorne, 
Margaret Corhes, 
Edm'i. Williams, 
Ehhu Williams, 
Jacob Hance, 
Dinah White, 
Sarah Coriies, 
Charles Brooke, 
Jo^ Warden, 
Hannah Wardell, 
James Lafetra, Jun^, 
Peter White, 
Jacob \\'hite. 
Charity White, 



Nathan Jackson, 
Meribah Jackson, 
Jo**. Jackson, 
Lydia Jackson, 
Benj. Jackson, 
John Jackson, 
John White, 
Mary White, 
Deborah Parker, 
John Tucker, 
Sam'. Tucker, 
Eliz. Williams, 
Benj. Wolcott, 
Jo^. Coriies. 



1776, 17, lomo. 



Edmund Lefetra md. to Sarah Potter, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Jo^. Delaplaine, 
Jo'. Jackson, 
Jo^ Wardell, 
Jo^ Allen, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Hannah Allen, 
Hannah Delaplaine, 
Phebe Delaplaine, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Patience Lippincot, 
Eliz'^''. Delaplaine, 
Dinah White, 
Charles Brooke, 



Edmund Lefetra, 

Sarah Lefetra, 
Abigail Potter, 
Daniel Potter, 
Lydia Potter, 
Increase Tilton, 
George \Mlliams, 
Jon"^. Wright, 
\\'illiam Tilton, 
Edmund Williams. 



1777, 22"'', imo. Jacob Laing nid. to Leah Brindley, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits : 

Jos. Delaplaine, 

Elihu Williams, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Amy Allen, 
Tho^ Tilton, 
Jo". Delaplaine, Jun''., 
Benj". Jackson, Jun"'., 
Mosheir Maxson, 
Jacob Burdg, 
Sarah Smyth, 
Phebe Morris, 



Jacob Laing, 
Leah Laing, 
Mary Parker, 
Deborah Smith, 
John Laing, 
Will". Parker, 
George Parker, 
Abigail Morris, 
David Laing, 
Margaret Laing, 
Abraham Parker, 
Martha Parker, 
Tho'. Smith, 
Judith Burdg. 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1777, 26, 6mo. Peter Wolcott md. to Lydia Potter, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Sam'. Delaplaine, 
Rob*. Bovvne, 
Nicholas Delaplaine, 
W"". Delaplaine, 
Joseph Corlies, 
W"'. Jackson, 
Brittain Corlies, 
James Lefetra, Jun""., 
Jacob Hance, 
Joel Borden, 
Jacob Wolcott, 
Jon". Wright, 
Meribah White, 
Increas Tilton, 
Margret Corlies, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Joseph Jackson, 
John Tucker, 
Jo^ Warden, 
John Jackson, 



Peter Wolcott, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Abigail Potter, 
Benj°. Potter, 
Cleffey Wolcott, 
Daniel Potter, 
Benj". Wolcott, Jun^, 
James Williams, 
Elihu Williams, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Mary Jackson, 
Elizabeth Wright. 



'^777^ I3> Smo- George Williams md. to Margaret Cook, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Wardell, 
John Hartshorne, 
Hannah Allen, 
Rich''. Lawrence, 
Jacob Hance, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Jo". Delaplaine, Jun"'., 
Samuel Woolley, 
Joseph Delaplaine, 
Patience Lippincot, 
Alice Lawrence, 
John Jackson, 
Benjamin Jackson, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Joseph M. Delaplaine, 
Daniel Potter, 
Jacob Wolcott, 



George Williams, 
Margaret Williams, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Lydia Cooke, 
Elisabeth Wright, 
Hannah Williams, 
John Williams, 
Obadiah Williams, 
Jonathan Wright, 
Elihu Williams, 
Humphrey Williams, 
Timothy Corlies, 
Dinah White, 
Lydia Allen, 
Lydia Corlies, 
David Wardell, 
Meribah White. 



1777, 12, 6mo. 



Humphrey Williams md. to Meribah Curtis, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Sam'. Delaplaine, 
W™. B. Delaplaine, 
Lydia Grover, 
Sarah Lawrence, 
Hannah Cook, 
James Grover, 
Jacob Wolcott, 



Humphrey Williams, 
Meribah Williams, 
Elihu Williams, 
Anne VN'illiams, 
Sam'. Talman, 
John Williams, 
Meribah White, 



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Jo». Warden, 
Jacob Hance, 
Lawrence Embree, 
Joel Borden, 
Rich*^. Lawrence, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
John Jackson, 
Britton White, 
EHsabeth White, 
Phila Delaplaine, 
Nicolas Delaplaine, 



James Williams, 
George Williams, 
Elisabeth Wriijlit, 
Jon''. Wright, 
Margaret Williams, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Lydia Allen, 
Benj"'. Jackson, 
Esther Crawford, 
Elisabeth Clark. 



1777, 15, 5mo. 



William Jackson md. to Ruth Woolley, both of Shrewsbury, at Friend's' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Jackson, 
Jacob Hance, 
Margaret Williams, 
Peter Wolcott, 
John Jackson, 
Benjamin Jackson, 
Leah Tucker, 
George Williams, 
Jacob Wolcott, 
Nicholas Delaplaine, 
James Williams, 
Jo^ Warden, 
John Tucker, 
Sam'. Tucker, 
Benj". Wolcott, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Hannah Allen, 



William Jackson, 
Ruth Jackson, 
Stephen Woolley, 
Mary Jackson, 
Sam'. Woolley, 
Hugh Jackson, 
Elihu Woolley, 
Peter Jackson, 
Mary Woolley, 
Elisabeth White, 
Sam'. Delaplaine, 
Elihu Williams, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Sarah Woolley, 
Jacob Corlies, 
W. B. Delaplaine. 



1777, 4, i2mo. 



Thomas White md. to Meribah Parker, both of Shrews., at the house of Thomas 
White, in Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Joseph Jackson, 
John Tucker, 
Sam'. Tucker, 
Leah Tucker, 
Margaret Curlies, 
Peter Corlies, 
Charity White, 
Benj». Woolley, 
Jo». White, 
Margaret White, 
Elifabeth West, 
Jo». Warden, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Charles Wardell, 
Hannah Allen, 

^77^> 15. lomo. Nathan Jackson md. to Mary Letson, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
in Shrews.: 



Tho^ White, 
Meribah White, 
Elisa Wardell, 
Jacob White, 
Zilpha Woolley, 
Hannah Harvey, 
Charity White, 
Levy White, 
William Parker, 
Nathan Woolley, 
Joseph Allen. 



Wits: 

Elisabeth Wardell, 

Lawrence Embree, 



Nathan Jackson, 
Mary Jackson, 



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1779. 4. 5mo. 



Rob^ Bowne, 
Hannah Allen, 
Hannah Tilton, 
Jo^. Jackson, 
Patience Lippincott, 
John Jackson, 
Lydia Jackson, 
Robt. White, 
Elisabeth Hance, 
John White, 
Nathan Tilton, 
John Tucker, 
Benj. Wolcot, 



Tlio". Letson, 
Elisabeth Letson, 
Hugh Jackson, 
Tho". Letson, Jun^, 
Deborah Parker, 
Elihu Williams, 
Jacob Hance, 
Jo". Warden, 
Rich''. Lawrence, 
Jon*. Wright, 
W">. Tilton, 
Joel Borden, 
John Hartshorne, 
Benj". Jackson. 



Thomas Earle, of Springfield, Burl. Co., md. to Leah Tucker, of Shrews., at Meet- 
ing House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Jo^. Jackson, 
Sam'. Delaplaine, 
Josiah Parker, 
Britton Corlies, 
Sam'. Hough, 
W™. Jackson, 
Jo^. Davis, 
Charlotte Newbold, 
Martha Newbold, 
Meribah Wardell, 
George Brown, 
Tho^ Earle, Jun^, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Jon''. Wright, 
Ja". Williams, 
Elisabeth Parker, 
Benj". Woolley, 
Rob*^. Bowne, 
W". Parker, 



Thomas Earle, 
Leah Earle, 
John Tucker, 
Santon Earle, 
Peter Corlies, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Mary Emley, 
Susannah Hough, 
Elisabeth Williams, 
Zilpha Corlies, 
Sam'. Tucker, 
Mabarah White, 
Elisabeth Wright, 
George Williams, 
John Jackson, 
Mary Lamb, 
Edith Earle, 
Hannah Earle, 
Abbot Williams. 



1780, 13, 7m'o. 



Robert White, of Shrews., 
Meeting House, in Shrews. 

Wits: 

Lawrence Embree, 
Rob'. Bowne, 
Jos. Parker, 
Dan'. Wardell, 
Nathan Jackson, 
Tho". Letson, 
Tho^ Hance, 
W". Hance, 
Polly Lawrence, 
Amelia Lippincot, 
Jon*. Wright, 
Rob*. Hartshorne, 
John Tucker, 
John Hartshorne, 
Elihu Williams, 
Benjamin Wolcot, 



md. to Hester Crawford, of Middletown, at Friends' 



Robert White, 
Hester White, 
William Crawford, 
Benjamin White, 
Jos. White, 

John Bowne Crawford, 
John White, 
Peter Wolcott, 
James Grover, 
Esther Crawford, 
Lydia Grover, 
Alice R. Nicholson, 
Amey Scott, 
Meribah White, 
Deborah Hance, 
Mary Parker, 



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Rich''. Lawrence, 
Jos. Wardell, 
John Scott, 
Sylvanus Grover, 
Patience Lippincot, 
Edni''. Williams, 
John Jackson, 
James Williams, 
Meribah Wardell, 
Mary Pearsall, 
Elisabetli Letson, 
Mary White, 
Lydea Allen, 
Sarah Lawrence, 
Alice Lawrence, 



Sarali Williams, 
William Parker, 
Peter White, 
Elisabeth Bowne, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Mary Hulett, 
Charlotte Hulett, 
Mary Morris, 
Jacob Hance, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Dinah White, 
John N. Wardell, 
Rich"*. Lawrence, Jlm^, 
W-". Scott, 
Sam'. Pintard. 



1784, 15, imo. Nathan Tilton, Jim"'., md. to Abigail Birdsill, both of Middletown: 



Wits: 

Elihu Williams, 
John Hartshorne, 
Benj°. Wolcott, 
Jon^ Wright, 
John Tucker, 
Rob*. Hartshorne, 
Gidion Middleton, 
Benjamin Corlis, 
Will"". Hartshorne, 
Elisa''. Williams, 
Dan'. Woodmansee, 
Jo^ Wardell, 
Jacob Hance, 
Nathan Woolley, 
Brittain Corlis, 
James Williams, 
Will". Trafford, 



Nathan Tilton, Jun''., 
Abigail Tilton, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Increas Tilton, 
Will™. Tilton, 
Obad". Tilton, 
Tho^ Tihon, 
David Tilton, 
Mary Bennit, 
Jo^ Allen, Jun^, 
Tylee Williams, 
Phebe Williams, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Hannah Lippincot, 
Meriam Woodmansee, 
Will". Lippincot. 



1784, 16, gmo. 



Jacob Woolley md. to Elizabeth Tucker, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

-Elizabeth Drummond, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Mary Williams, 
Daniel Wardell, 
Joseph Corlies, 
Joseph Allen, Jun^, 
Tlios. Chandler, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Joseph Parker, 
Rob*-. White, 
John Jackson, 
Brittain White, 
Peter Corlies, 
W". Parker, 
Benj". White, 
William Jackson, 
Benj. Walcott, 
Rob''. Hartshorne, 



Jacob Woolley, 
Elizabeth Woolley, 
Benjamin Woolley, 
Samuel Tucker, 
John Tucker, 
Elizabeth Woolley, 
Britain Tucker, 
Mary White, 
Deborah Cook, 
Sarh Corlis, 
Ruth Jackson, 
Hannah Williams, 
Patience Lippincot, 
Liddia Allen, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Elizabeth Letson, 
Zilphia Corlies, 
Hannah Allen, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1785. 17. 3mo. 



William Tilton, Alice E. Nicholson, 

John Hartshorne, Mary Lawrence, 

Elizabeth Parker, Elizab''. Lawrence, 

Mary Parker, Mary Pintard, 

Deborah Corlies, Margaret Corlis, 

Deborah Tallman, James Williams, 

Briton Corlies 

Thomas White, 

Nathan Woolley, 

Jonath". Wright, 

George Corlies, 

Jefse Cook, 

Will"". Hartshorne, 

Sarah Corlies, 

William Parker. 

Daniel Wardell, of Shrews., md. to Alice Elizabeth Nicholson, Dau*^. of George 
Nicholson, late of Princetown, Somerset Co., at Friends' Meeting House, in 
Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Dan'. Hendrickson, 
Joseph Jackson, 
Ja: Covenhoven, '-' 
Mary Lawrence, 
Elizabeth I^rker, 
Sarah Wardell, 
Mehitable Hicks, 
Abigail Johnston, 
John Lyell, 
Fenwick Lyell, 
Mary Parker, 
Jon''. Wright, 
Will". Tilton, 
Jacob Hance, 
Rob*. White, 
Esther White, 
John Jackson, 
Cyren Hendrickson, 
Mary Lyell, 
Benj. Walcott, 
Benj : Corlies, 
W". Parker, 



Daniel Wardell, 
Alice Eliza: Wardell, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Meriba Wardell, 
Alice Lawrence, 
John Tucker, 
John Wardell, 
James Wardell, 
John N. Wardell, 
Sarah Lawrence, 
Mary Lawrence, 
Rich"*. Lawrence, 
Elizabeth Wright, 
Hannah Williams, 
Elizabeth Lawrence, 
Anna Pintard, 
"Newbury Bunting, 
Margaret Williams, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Amy Scott, 
Meriba White, 
Sarah Hartshorne, Jr., 
Joseph Wardell. 



1785, 16, 6mo. Joseph Allen, Jun^, md. to Elizabeth Williams, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Meriba White, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Joanna Williams, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Charity White, 
Deborah White, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Thom'. Tilton, 
Rich''. Lawrence, 
Alice Lawrence, 



Joseph Allen, Jun''., 
Elizabeth Allen, 
Joseph Allen, 
Edm''. Williams, 
Hannah Allen, 
Meriam Williams, 
Margaret Williams, 
Constant Woodward, 
Phebe Williams, 
Mary Grover, 



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Lydia Allen, 
Mary Bennit, 
Nathan Tilton, Jun^, 
Sam'. Williams, 
Will". Hartshorne, 
Dan'. Woodmansee, 
Benj". Wooward, 
Rich''. Lawrence, Jlln^, 
Joseph White, 
Jacob Hance, 
W". Parker, 
Jacob Burdg^, 
Rob*. White, 
Joseph Parker, 
Jacob Corlies, 



Tylee Williams, 
Jediah Allen, 
Hannah Williams, 
W"". Parker, Jun"-., 
W™. Tilton, 
John Tucker, 
Benj. Walcott, 
'Robert Hartshorne, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
James Williams, 
David Tilton, 
Mary Parker, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
Obadiah Williams, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Sarah Hartshorne. 



1786, 22, 3mo. James Morris md. to Ann Jackson, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

George Harris, 

Asher Curtis, 

Mary Nubary, 

John Allen, 

Benj™. Jackson, s. of B., 

Joseph Jackson, 

Rebeckah Johnson, 

John Tucker, 

Thomas Tilton, 

Sarah Tilton, 

David Laing, 

Edm*. Lafetra, 

Obadiah Tilton, 

David Curtis, 

Hugh Jackson, 

John Johnson, 

1790, 9, i2mo. John Barrow, of New York, md. to Mary Lawrence, of Shrews., in Shrews. 



James Morris, 
Ann Morris, 
Hannah Jackson, 
Zilpha Morris, 
Rebeckah Jackson, 
Elizabeth Curtis, 
Mary Morris, 
Lydia Morris, 
Rebeckah Harris, 
Lydia Jackson, 
Elizabeth Mitchell. 



Wits: 

Silvanus Grover, 
Elizabeth Breefe, 
Susan B. Breefe, 
Benj-. White, 
Elisha Newell, 
Ichabod Spinning, 
Henry Wolcott, 
John Lippincott, 
George Corlies, 
Elizabeth White, 
Miriam Williams, 
Patience Corlies, 
Esther White, 
Mary Grover, 
Sarah Corlis, 
Elizabeth Hulett, 
Deborah White, 
Anne Morris, 
Will". Hartshorne, 



John Barrow, 
Mary Barrow, 
Rich''. Lawrence, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Sarah Lawrence, 
Rich''. R. Lawrence, 
Elizabeth Lawrence, 
Margarent Lawrence, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Rebekah Wardell, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Rob^ Hartshorne, 
Sam'. Bunting, 
Eliza Hartshorne, 
Alice E. Wardell, 
Hannah M. Wardell, 
Edmund Williams, 
Benjamin Corlis, 
Samuel Breefe, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



John N. Warden, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
John Wardell, 
John Hartshorne, 
Rich*^. S. Hartshorne, 



John Tucker, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Sani\ Forman, 
Robert White, 
Christian White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Joseph Byrd. 



'791, 12, smo. 



Henry Burr, Jun''. 
bury, at Shrews.: 

Wits: 

Derick Zutphen, 
Sam'. WiUianis, 
James Newell, 
Jacob Burdg, 
Esek Hartshorne, 
John Lake, 
Joseph Holmes, 
W". Hartshorne, 
Polly Williams, 
Tho". Tilton, 
Sarah Tilton. 
Maribah Williams, 
Elinor Smalley, 
Amos Tilton, 
William Tilton, 
John Van Mater, 
William Scott, 
Ursula Throckmorton, 
Samuel Sykes, 
Eliz'^''. Lawrence, 
Abigail Ridgway, 
Alice Eliza Wardell, 
Valeriah Woodward, 
Rebecca Ridgway, 
Miriam Middleton, 
Marg''. Tilton, 
Hann*". Lippincott, 
James Smalley, 
Will". Lippincott, 
Sylvanus Grover, 
Eliz">. Hatkinson, 
Increas Tilton, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Eliz*". Hartshorne, 
Hannah Lake, 
William Ridgway, 
Rachel Ridgway, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Sam'. Throckmorton, 
Joseph Haiglit, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Dav". Tilton, 
Nimrod Woodward, 
Rich". Lawrence, 
John Hartshorne, Jun"'., 



of the County Burlington, md. to Phebe Williams, of Shrews- 



Henry Burr, Jun^, 
Phebe Burr, 
Edmund Williams, 
Miriam Williams, 
Hannah Ridgway, 
Abigail Stockton, 
Elizabeth Allen, 
Tylee Williams, 
Nancy Williams, 
Grace Williams, 
Joseph Allen, Jun^, 
Sam'. Stockton, 
Hozek"". Williams, 
George Williams, 
Jos. F. Throckmorton, 
Marg*. Throckmorton, 
Mariam Williams, 
Hannah Williams, 
Mary Sykes, Jvm"'., 
Elizabeth Van Mater, 
Robert Tilton, 
Esther Williams, Jun^, 
'Mary Williams, 
Sarah Woolley, 
John Williams, 
Anthony Woodward, 
Sarah White, 
Joseph White, 
Mary Grover, 
Anne Shoemaker, 
John Tucker, 
Sam'. Breese, 
Rob*. Hartshorne, 
John Hartshorne, 
Benj". Corlies, 
Patience Corlies, 
Sarah Lawrence, 
Peter White, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Rob*. White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
Alchi Zutphen, 
Marmaduke Burr. 



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ijgi, 17, iimo. Joseph Byrd, of New York, nid. to Elizabeth Lawrence, of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Allen, 
Robert White, 
Rebeckah Wardell, 
Ester White, 
Mary Grover, 
Deborah Corlis, 
Miriam Williams, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Elizabeth Breese, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Abigail Breefe, 
Miriam Williams, 
John Hartshorne, Jun''., 
Tylee Williams, 
Will™. Hartshorne, 
Patience Lippincott, 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Hannah Allen, 
Catherine Lawrence, 
Increase Tilton, 



Joseph Byrd, 
Elizabeth Byrd, 
Rich"^. Lawrence, 
Alice Lawrence, 
James Byrd, 
Sarah Lawrence, 
iMary Barrow, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Joseph Wardell, 
Mary Bunting, 
John Hartshorne, 
Newbury Bunting, 
William Tilton, 
Peter White, 
Elizabeth White, 
John Jackson, 
Benj°. Corlis, 
John W'ardell, 
Silvanus Grover, 



1792, 10, I mo. Tylee Williams, of Shrewsbury, nid. to Elizabeth Hartshorne, of Middletown, at 
house of Esek Hartshorne: 



1792, 17. Smo. 



Wits: 

Obadiah Tilton, 
David Tilton, 
Brittain White, 
George Corlies, 
W". Scott, 
Esek L. Hartshorne, 
Silvanus Grover, 
Will"". Hartshorne, Jr., 
Benjamin Clarke, 
Robert White, 
Will". Hartshorne, 
Sarah Hartshorne, Jr., 
Rachel Hartshorne, 
Elizabeth Robinson, 
Mary Grover, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Elizabeth White, 
Sarah Tilton, 
John Hartshorne, Jr., 
Joseph Allen, Jr., 



Tylee Williams, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Esek Hartshorne, 
Elizabeth Hartshorne, 
Miriam Williams, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Ann \\"illiams, 
Robert Hartshorne, 
John Hartshorne, 
Margaret Throcmorton, 
Margaret Tilton, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
James Salter, 
Jo". F. Throcmorton, 
Rich'^. S. Hartshorne, 
Benjamin Corlies. 



Samuel Lafetra md. to Elizabeth Allen, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Peter Wolcott, 
Jediah Allen, 
Amos White, 
John Courlies, 
William Tilton, 
Isaac Wright, 



Sam'. Lafetra, 
Elizabeth Lafetra, 
James Lafetra, Jun''., 
John Lafetra, 
Ann Allen, 
Content Parker, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Rich''. Lawrence, 
Rob''. Hartshorne, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Brittain White, 
Edm". Williams, 
Miriam Williams, 
Patience Corlies, 
John Hartshorne, 
Rob^. White, 
Jacob Hance, 
Benj". White, 
George Corlies, 
Benj". Wolcott, 
Nathan WooUey, 
John Jackson, 
Manuel Pearce, 



Amos Wolcott, 
Amy Lafetra, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Hannah Lafetra, 
John Tucker, 
Joseph Allen, Jun"'., 
Hannah Wardell, 
Content Trafford, 
Zilpah Woolley, 
Elizabeth White, 
Sarah Lawrence, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Mary White, 
Ann White, 
Benj". Corlies, 
Jacob Woolley. 



1792, 12, 7mo. James Lafetra, Jun^, md. to Meribah Wolcott, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



1794. 



Wits: 

George Corlies, 
John Hartshorne, Jr., 
John White, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Hannah Lippincott, 
Meriba White, 
Amy Scott, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Joseph Allen, 
Joseph Wardell, 
John Tucker, 
Edmund Williams, 
Rob'. Hartshorne, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
William Parker, 
William Tilton, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Benjam". Woolley, 
Rob*. White, 
Britton Corlies, 
Sarah CorUes, 

3, 9mo. John Rively, of Kingsessing, Phila. Co., Penn., md. to Sarah Corlies, of Shrews., 
at Shrews.: 



James Lafetra, Jun'., 
Meribah Lafetra, 

C Wolcott, 

Henry Wolcott, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Samuel Lafetra, 
John Lafetra, 
Benjamin Wolcott, 
Amos Wolcott, 
Amy Lafetra, 
Hannah Lafetra, 
Manuel Pearce, 
Elizabeth Pearce, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Sarah Hulit, 
Peter Jackson, 
Benj". White, 
Patience Corlies, 
Hannah Allen. 



Wits: 

Patience Corlies, 
Briton Corlies, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
Peter Corlies, 
George Corlies, 
Abigail Edwards, 
Andrew Rively, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
John Corlies, 
Edm". Williams, 



John Rively, 
Sarah Rively, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Ann White, 
Eliza White, 
Hannah Corlies, 
W"". Parker, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Jedidiah Allen, 
Hannah Allen, 



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1797, 14, i2mo. 



Mary Bowne, 
Susannah Haydock, 
Philip Price, 
Rich*". Lawrence, 
John Hartshorne, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Obadiah Tihon, 
WilHam Hartshorne, 
Robert White, 
Brittain White, 
Joseph Warden, 
Sarah Lawrence, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Elizabeth Green, 
Elizabeth Woolley, 



Benj™. Price, 
Henry Green, 
Mary Corlies, 
Eden Haydock, 
Jacob Corlies, Jim""., 
Sarah Corlies, 
Sam'. Richards, Jun''., 
Jacob Herbert, 
Margaret Tilton, 
Jonathan Pearson, 
Brittain Woolley, 
Thomas White, 
John Hartshorne, Jun^, 
Benj°. White. 



William Hartshorne, of Middletown, md. to Sarah Lawrence, of Shrews., at public 
meeting, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Byrd, 
John Hartshorne, 
Elizabeth Hartshorne, 
Hannah Wardell, 
John Hartshorne, Ju''., 
John N. Wardell, 
Hannah M. Wardell, 
Rebekah Wardell, 
Mary Holmes, 
Eleanor Wardell, 
George N. Wardell, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
Jacob Woolley, 
James Lafetra, Ju^, 
Thomas Tilton, Ju^, 
Jacob Hance, 
Peter Jackson, 
Edmond Lafetra, Ju'., 
Patience Corlies, 
Sarah Tilton, 
Elizabeth White, 
Lydia Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Ann White, 
Mariah Butler, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Elihu Woolley, 
Samuel Lafetra, 



William Hartshorne, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
Robert Hartshorne, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
Richard Lawrence, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Amy Lafetra, 
Mary Jackson, 
William Corlies, 
Jacob White, 
Amas Tilton, 
Sarah White, 
Hannah Cook, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Robert White, 
Benjamin White, 
Britton Woolley, 
Jacob Corlies, Ju''., 
Amos White, 
Jacob Lafetra, 
George Corlies, 
John White, 
Mary White, 
William Lloyd, 
William Hance, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Joseph Lafetra, 
Britton Corlies. 



I797> 9. iinio. Peter Jackson md. to Mary Cox, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Brittain Woolley, 
Amos Woolcott, 
Manuel Pearce, 
George Corlies, 
Hannah Wardell, Jr., 
Elizabeth W'hite, 



Peter Jackson, 
Mary Jackson, 
Jonathan Cox, 
Hannah Cox, ■ 
Phebe Co.x, 
Mary Woolley, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELL-\XY. 



Hannah W'oolley, 
James Lafetra, Jun^, 
Jacob \\'oolley, 
John Hartshome, Jun'., 
Elizabeth W'oolley, 
Will". Hartshorn'e, 
Benj°. White, 
Robert White, 
John Corlies, 
Ann White, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Hannah Corlies, 
Caty Cook, 
Hannah W'ardell, 
Patience Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 



Abigail Cox, 
Rachel Arnold, 
William Jackson, 
Peter Woolcott, 
Samuel W'oolley, 
Amos White, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
Rich'^. Lawrence, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Ruth Jackson, 
Amy Lafetra, 
Susannah Parker, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
William Lloyd. 



1798, 10, lomo. James Morris md. to Elizabeth Curtis, both of Shrews., at public meeting, at 
Squan: 



Wits: 

Hugh Jackson, 
Rebecca Jackson, 
Deborah Tilton, 
Benjamin Jackson, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Joseph Tilton, 
Sarah Tilton, 
John Jackson, 
Walter Curtis, 
Sarah Curtis, 



James Morris, 
EUizabeth Morris, 
Deborah Lawrence, 
Hannah Tilton, 
Rachel Cook, 
Thomas Cook, 
James Lawrence, 
Lydia Lafetra, 
Deborah Jackson, 
Faith Curtis, 
Jefse Morris. 



1799, 2, gmo. Dennis Hurley, of Middlesex Co., md. to Deborah Woolley, dau. of Elihu W'oollej, 
of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Josep Allen, 
Benj°. White, 
John Corlies, 
Amas Tilton, 
Gideon Middleton, 
Brittain Woolley, 
Benj°. Clarke, Jun^, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Joseph Wilcott, 
William Corlies. 
Samuel Tucker, Jr-. 
Elizabeth W'oolley, 
Mar\- White, 
Sarah White. 
Elizabeth White, 
Catherine White, 
Amy Lefetra. 
Richard Lawrence, 
Rob'. Hartshome, 
Edmond Lefetra. Jun., 
John Hartshome. 
Benjamin Jackson, 



Dennis Hurley, 
Deborah Hurley, 
Elihu Woolley, 
Mar}- W'oolley, 
Ruth W'oolley, 
Samuel Woolley, 
Samuel Tucker, 
Hugh Jackson, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Hannah Williams, 
Susannah Parker, 
Sarah Woolley, 
Ann White, 
Mary Jackson, 
Rebeca Jackson, 
Hannah Jackson, 
Hannah W'oolley, 
Alise Lawrence, 
Hannah W'ardle, 
Patience Corlis, 
Sarali Hartshome. Jun''., 
William Hartshome, 



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Brittain Corlies, 
Jacob WooIIey, 
Jame(s) Lefetra, 
Peter Corlies, 



Tylee Williams, 
William Hance, 
Robert White. 



1799, 12, 9mo. Amos Tilton, of Midletown, md. to Elizabeth White, of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Elizabeth Hulitt, 
Hannah Hartshome, 
Miriam Williams, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Amy Lafetra, 
Elizabeth Hartshorne, 
Nancy Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Susannah Parker, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
John Corlies, 
Hannah Holms, 
Amos White, 
W"". Hance, 
Jacob Woolley, 
John Jackson, 
George Corlies, 
Brittain White, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Hannah M. Wardell, 
Abby Breese, 
Mary Crawford, 
Leaner Wardell, 
Mary H. Webb, 
Patience Corlies, 
Amy Scott, 
Sarah Lloyd, 
Meribah Little, 



Amos Tilton, 
Elizabeth Tilton, 
Benjamin White, 
Mary White, 
Mary White, 
Catharine White, 
Sarah White, 
Ann White, 
John V/hite, 
Thomas Tilton, Jun"'., 
Nathan Midleton, 
Gideon Middleton, 
John White, 
John White, 
Obediah Tilton, 
Tylee Williams, 
David Tilton, 
Elizabeth Letson, 
Mary White, 
Abigail Tilton, 
Joseph G. Haight, 
Peter Corlies, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Nathan Tilton, 
Thomas Letson, 
Rob*. White, 
Joseph White, 
Crawford White, 
Esek White, 
Ann White. 



1799, 19, i2mo. William Hance md. to Margaret Tilton, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Richard Lawrence, 

Jos. Allen, 

John N. Wardell, 

Esek White, 

Benj™. Corlies, 

John Hartshorne, Jun""., 

Jacob Woolley, 

Henry Tiebout, 

John Jackson, 

George Corlies, 

Jacob Corlies, 

Revo Hance, 

Elizabeth Corlies, 

Sarah Corlies, 

Jacob White, 

Sarah Corlies, 



William Hance, 
Margaret Hance, 
Hannah Tilton, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Miriam Williams, 
Timothy Corlies, 
Lydia Corlies, 
Hannah Corlies, 
Miriam Tilton, 
Miriam Williams, Jun^, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Tylee W'illiams, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Elizabeth Hartshorne, 
Patience Corlies, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Marv Field, 
Brinaia Wluie, 

Gideon MiddleiCHi, 
Hannah Reid, 
W v'; ?. m Tihon. 
Rob'. Tilton. 
Rachel Haace, 
Amos Tilion. 
Xaihas Micdieion, 
Jo-hn Cunii. 
Abcc Lawrence, 



Patience \\"bite. 
Content Ti- -: 
Catherine 
Eiizabeth Ti-:;i2, 
£3izabetfa Hnlht, 
Mary WTiite, 
Hann?h M. Wardell, 
David Tflton, 
RobL White, 
TiKNiias Tikon, Jutf,, 
Thomas H?."ce. 



1800,12, 2nio. George Parker md. to BfannahTiltoo, both c: :? re 5., at Sqaan: 

Wis: 

Eliz=. Parker, Jnn', C-^:--f n-kr-. 

Martha Parker, >: - ~_ ^ - -. 

Eliz*. McHTis, T i- 7 -. 

Walter Curtis, 

Sam^. Tucker, 

Snsaimah Parker, 

EH^. TihiCMi, 

JosqA Tikon, 

Tbraias Cook, 

James Morris, Jon',, 

Amos Tihon. 

Abigafl Morris, 

James M<HTis, 

Thomas mtoa, JmP,, 

SacJid Coc^ 

Eliz*. Cams. 

Edmond Lai etra, 

Marr Cnrds, 

Maiy TUton, 

1801, 15, lomo. Amos Whhe md. to Aim White, both of Shrews., at 9ire«&: 



Martha Parker, 
Jacob Lafetra. 
EdmcHid Li: : 
W- Jacks.. 
Hugh Jack sen. 
Rebecah Ja: : :: 
Sarah Lafet 1 
Elmezar Curus, 
W-. Morris. 



Wits: 

Joseph WcJcott, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Edm*. \Mlfiams, 
TimothT Corlies, 
Lrdia Ccnlies, 
Catberin Cook, 
W=. Ccolies, 
Rob* Lloyd, 
James West, 
Jacob Dennis, 
Brittain Eddwards. 
Geo. Van ^r"- ' ■- 
Benj*. W 
Rob^ \\"hi:c. 



Ri 
G 



1 V.CI 



ZZ-. Li 



V.i- 



Amos ^\'hite, 
Ann ^Mlite, 
Sarah Whize, 
Parience A\Tiite, 
Lvdia \\'hiie, 
Hannah \M3iTe, 
Sarah White, 
Jacob \Miite, 
John \Mii:e. 
Xattf . Parker. 
Carherine \\lme, 
Joseph Parker, 
Sarah Slocnni. 
Hannah Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Marr Dennis, 
Alice Lawrence. 
Hannah WooUer, 
Patience Corlies, 
Eliz^. Letson. 
Qememine W<Jcott, 



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James Lafetra, 
Tho'. Tilton, Jun''., 
Geo. Van Pelt, 



Brittain Woolley, 
Lydia Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Thomas Morford, 
Elisha West, 
Fannv Hart, 
Ja^ Hart, 
Rebecah West, 
W". Allen. 



1803, 2, 5mo. James Vannote md. to Clementine Wolcott, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Hannah M. Wardell, 
Ruth Jackson, 
Eliz•^ Hance, 
Lydia Corlies, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Deborah Jackson, 
Rebecca Tackson, 
Eliz'^ Woolley, 
Eliz«\ Tihon, 
Sam'. Woolley, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
W°. Wolcott, 
Rob'. Lloyd, 
Jer"". Borden, 
W". Parker. Jr., 
George Corlies, 
Benj°. Corlies, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Tylee Williams, 
Tho^ Tilton, Jr., 
Nathan Middleton, Jr., 
Brittain White, 
Hannah W^ardell, 



James Vannote, 
Clementine Vannote, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Lvdia Wolcott, 
Ruth Woolley, 
Lydia \\'olcott, J'., 
Esther Lippincott, 
Sarah Lafetra, 
Edmund Lafetra, Jr., 
John Wolcott, 
James Lafetra, 
Peter T. Wolcott, 
William Vannote, 
Manuel Pearce, 
Amos Wolcott, 
Ann Smyth, 
Ann Lippincott, 
Elizab*". Lafetra, 
Eliz'". Allen, 
Eliz'". Corlies, 
Mary Corlies, 
Mary W^oolley, 
Deborah Pearce, 
W". Hance, 
Rob'. White, 
Patience Corlies. 



1803, 24, iimo. John Wolcott md. to Ann Smyth, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Catherine White, 
Elizabeth ^^'illiams, 
Han\ M. ^^•ardell, 
Sarah Corlies, J^, 
Patience Cook, 
Miriam Williams, J''., 
Peter Corlies, 
William Wolcott, 
John Wolcott, Jr., 
Benj°. Corlies, 
W^"°. Hartshorne, 
W". Hance, 
W°. Parker, 
Rob*. White, 
Britt". White, 



John Wolcott, 
Ann Wolcott, 
Peter ^^'o!cott, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Lydia Wolcott, Jr., 
Meribah Smith, 
Clementine Van Note, 
James Van Note, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
W". Parker, J^, 
Hannah Robinson, 
Anne Corlies, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
James Lafetra. 
Manuel Pearce, 



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Sar*". W. Hartshorne, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Amy Lafetra, 
Han''. Hartshorne, 
EHz'\ White, 
Sarah Leonard, 



AHce Lawrence, 
Hannah WooUcy, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Margaret Corhes, 
Patience Corhes, 
Tylee Williams, 
Benj°. White, 
Timothy Corhes, 
Edmund WiUiams. 



1804, 24, 5mo. Jacob Parker, of Howel, md. to Patience Cook, of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Henry Green, 
Ehz'". Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, Jr., 
Jas. Parker, Sen'., 
Frederic Myers, 
Patience White, 
Eliz'". Green, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Britt". Corlies, 
Ja^. Allinson, 
Tim''. Corlies, 
Jno. Hartshorne, Jr., 
Margaret Corlies, 
Abigail Edwards, 
Leah Laing, Jr., 
Rachel Parker, 
W'". Corlies, 
Jo^ Wolcott, 
Tho^ Tilton, Jr., 
Rob'. White, 
Benj". Morris, 



Jacob Parker, 
Patience C. Parker, 
Deborah Cook, 
Martha Parker, Jr., 
Patience Corlies, 
Eliz'". Parker, 
Susan Thorn, 
Eliz'". Cook, 
Sarah Corlies, Jr., 
Eliz'". Corlies, 
Ann Corlies, 
Mary Parker, 
James Parker, 
Sam'. Jackson, 
Benj". White, 
Tylee Williams, 
W™. Hartshorne, 
Obad". Tilton, 
W°. Parker, 
Benj". Corlies, 
Han''. Woolley, 
Han\ Wardell. 



1804, 13, gmo. Samuel Haydock, of Phila., P»., md. to Sarah Corlies, of Shrews., at Shrews.! 



W^its: 

Leah Laing, 

James Lafetra, 

Timothy Corlies, 

William Parker, 

Brittain White, 

Tylee Williams, 

Edmund Williams, 

Benj". White, 

W^ill-". Hance, 

Rob*. White, 

Hannah Leonard, 

Abigail Parker, 

Lydia Wolcott, 

Mary Green, 

Lydia Wolcott, J^, 

M'arv Parker, 

Eliz'h. Cook, 

Elizth. Corlies, pr. request, 

Geo. A. White, 

Henry Green, 



Samuel Haydock, 
Sarah Haydock, 
Rob'. Haydock, 
George Corlies, 
Patience Corlies, 
William Haydock, 
Elizabeth Green, 
Catherine Woolley, 
Brittain Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Jacob W'oolley, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
William Parker, Jr., 
Hannah Woolley, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Ann J. Garrigin, 
Joseph Corlies, 



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Peter Codies, 
Peter Wolcott, 
M. Preston Jackson, 
Geo. Corlies, 
Jo^ Wolcott, 
Jas. Allinson, 
Benj°. Woolley, 
Rich''. Davis, 
Joseph Parker, 
Jacob White, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Joseph Parrish, 
Ann Haydock, 
Edward Haydock, 
Hannah Garrigins, 
Mary Corlies, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Rachel Corlies, 
Eleanor Wardell, 
Elizabeth Hance, 



Elizabeth Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, 
William Corlies, 
Ann Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, Jun''., 
Phebe Corlies, 
Jacob W. Corlies, 
Sarah W. Hartshome, 
William Hartshorne, 
Jno. Hartshorne, Jr., 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
John Hartshorne, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Margaret Davis, 
Elizabeth Woolley, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Jacobus Hubbard, Jr., 
Jno. Jackson, 
Jacob Corlies, Sen'., 
Abigail Edwards, 
Lydia Corlies, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Leah Corlies. 



17, lomo. George A. White md. to Elisabeth Corlies, both of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Hannah Corlies, 
Samuel Tucker, Ju^, 
John Curtice, 
John Hartshorne, 
John Hartshorne, Jun^, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Allen Tucker, 
Samuel Haydock, 
Mary Corlies, 
Jane West, 
"Mary Imley, 
Rachel Corlies, 
Lydia Allen, 
Amy Scott, 
George Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Sarah Allen, 
Elisabeth Corlies, 
William Holmes, 
Joseph White, 
Hannah Leonard, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Mary G. Holmes, 
Abigaile Holmes, 
Mary Parker, 
Alice Holmes, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Alice K. Holmes. 
Hannah N. Wardle, 



George A. White, 
Elisabeth White, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
Brittain White, 
William Corlies, 
William Parker, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Elisabeth White, 
Elisabeth Leonard, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Mary Corlies, 
Ann Corlies, 
Hannah Tucker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
INLirgaret Hance, 
Elizabeth Corlies, Tun"'., 
Sarah Corlies, 
Patience Corlies, 
Lydia Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Fanny Brewer, 
Isaac Hance, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Tylee Williams, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Hannah \\'oolley, 
Amos White, 
John P. Befscnett, 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Elizabeth Hance, 

Elizabeth Williams, 

Rachel Hance, 

Mariam Tilton, 

Lydia Brewor, 

William Lippincott, [not present], 



Jeremiah B. Woolley, 
Crawford White, 
Benjamin White, 
Littleton \\hite, 
John Hance, 
Lydia Jackson, 
Mary P. Holmes. 



1807, II, 6mo. 



Isack Martain, Junior, of Bridgetown, md. to Catharine White, of Shrews., at 
Shrews. : 



W^its: 

Seth Lippincott, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Rosina Black, 
Magdelin Leonard, 
Ezra Black, Jr., 
Tylee Williams, 
Thomas Tilton, Jr., 
Brittain Corlies, 
\Mlliam Parker, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Manuel Pearce, 
James Patterson, 
Benjamin White, 
Joseph White, 
John Rively, 
John Corlies, 
Mary Corlies, 
Sarah Haydock, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Brittain White, 
Sarah N. Hartshome, 



Isack Martain. Jr., 
Catharine Martain, 
Robert White, 
Cornelia \\'hite, 
Lydia White, 
Hendrick Conover, "^ 
Ann Conover, ^ 
Mary White, 
Ann White, 
Croford White, 
Ro*. Brown ^^■hite, 
William White, 
Joseph delvoring, [?], 
Sarah Rively, 
Hannah ^\'ardle, 
Patience Corlies, 
Hannah Hartshorne. 
Sarah Throckmorton, 
Meriam Williams, 
Lvdia White. 



1807, II, 6mo. Joseph Wolcott md. to Mary Lewis, both of Shrews., at Shrews. 



Wits: 

Jacob Woolley, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Jno. Hartshome, Jr. 
W". Parker. 
Manuel Pearce, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Brittain White, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Hannah Laing, 
Nancy Lippincott, 
Tylee Williams, 
Sarah Haydock, 
Patience Corlies, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Sarah Rively, 
Mary Corlies, 
Miriam Williams. J''. 



Joseph Wolcott, 
Mary Wolcott, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Meribah Lafetra, 
James Lafetra, 
Ann Thompson, 
Abigail Parker, 
Hannah Williams, 
Clementine \"an Note, 
Lucy H. Eddy, 
Mary Dennis, 
Sarah Lewis. 
Elizabeth Jeffrey, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Lydia Branson, 
Joseph Branson, 
Sarah W. Hartshome, 



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Joseph D. Everinghim, 
Tho». Tilton, J^, 



Hannah Hartshorne, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Lydia White, 
Sarah Throckmorton, 
Seth B. Lippincott, 
George Corhes, 
Benjamin Wolcott, 
WilHam Parker, Jr., 
Henry Wolcott, 
Joseph Parker. 



1806, 16, lomo. 



Joseph Lafetra md. to Ruth Woolley, [dau. of Elihu Woolley], both of Shrews., at 
Shrews. : 



Wits : 

Tylee Williams, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Brittain White, 
W™. Hartshorne, 
John Hartshorne, 
John Hartshorne, Jun., 
Peter Wolcott, 
Manuel Pearce, 
Thomas Tilton, Jur., 
Robert White, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Joanna Williams, 
Elizabeth Codies, 
Mary Corlies, 
Mary Parker, 
Catharine Woolley, 
Sarah White, 
Sarah W. Hartshorne, 



Joseph Lafetra, 
.Ruth Woolley, 
Elihu Woolley, 
Mary Woolley, 
Deborah Lafetra, 
Elizabeth Lafetra, 
Samuel Lafetra, 
Samuel Woolley, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Rachel Salter, 
Elizabeth Jackson, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Patience Corlies, 
Elizabeth Lafetra, 
Elizabeth Pearce, 
Lydia Wolcott. 



i8q8, 14, gmo. John Moreton md. to Rebeckah Lafetra, both of Howel, at Manasquan: 



Wits : 

Jane Lewis, 
Sarah Newberry, 
James Morris, 
Thomas Cook, 
Wil". Hartshorne, 
James Lawrence, 
Tho^ Tilton, Jun'., 
John P. Le\vis, 
Mary Hartshorne, 
Will". Morton, 
Hannah Pattor, 
Sarah W. Hartshorne, 
Isabel Morris, 
Elizabeth Curtis, 
Mary Newberry, 



John Moreton, 
Rebeckali Moreton, 
Marah Lafetra, 
Lydia Lafetra, 
Edmund Lafetra, Jun'., 
John Moreton, Jun'., 
Ihomas Tilton, 
Hugh Jackson, 
Amos Tilton, 
Deborah Lewis, 
Hannah Morris, 
Meribah Curtis, 
Martha Van Mater, 
Elizabeth Brown, 
Richard Moreton. 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1809, 14, 9010. Benjamin Paxson, of Philadelphia, Penn., md. to Sarah White, of Shrews., at 
Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Eliz"". Lawrie, 
Elizt^ White, 
Eliz*". \\'illiams, 
Revo Hance, 
Briton Corlies, 
Ann White, 
Meribah Littell, 
Jno. Corlies, 
Benj". Parker, 
Seth Lippincott, 
E. S. W illiams, 
Phebe Embree, 
Mary Parker, 
Eliz"". Letson, 
Elenor \^'ardell, 
Charlotte Corlies, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Eliz'''. Hance, 
Patience Corlies, 
Han\ M. Wardell, 
Eliz"". Corlies, 
Eliz'". White, 
Rebeccah White, 
Rachel Lawrie, 
Eliz'". Davis, 
Peter T. Wolcott, 
William Hance, 
Hariot White, 
Rob'. \\'hite, 
Benj°. \\'hite, 
W". P. Holmes, 
Eliz«\ White, 
Sarah White, 
Jediah Allen, 
Sam'. Trafford, 
Mary Imlay, 



Benjamin Paxson, 
Sarah Paxson, 
Joseph \Miite, 
Sarah White, 
Thomas Paxson, 
Clarinda White, 
Elihu Pickering, 
Elihu \\". White, 
Elizabeth Tilton, 
Ann Allen, 
T\lee Williams, 
Alercy Pickering, 
Alice Lawrence, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Sar*". W. Hartshorne, 
Han*". Hartshorne, 
Grace \\'illiams, 
Aliriam Williams, 
Eliz"". W. ^'oorhees, 
Catherine Woolley, 
Miriam T. \\'illiams, 
Miriam T. Allen, 
Elizabeth Dehart, 
Jacob \\'oolley, 
W". Parker, Jur., 
John Hartshorn, 
Edmund Williams, 
William Parker, 
Brittain White, 
Jos. Allen, 
Geo. Corlies, 
Thomas Tilton, Jur., 
Christian \\'hite, 
Margaret Hance, 
Charles Paxson. 



1810, 15, 2mo. 



Timothy Smith, of Luzarne, Penn., 
Williams, of Shrews., at Shrews.: 

Wits: 

Phebe Corlies, 
Mary Parker, 
Phebe H. Corlies, 
Mary Tenbrook, 
Patience Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Geo. N. Wardell, 
Lydia Jackson, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Brittain White, 
Benj°. W. Corlies, 
Henry Wolcott, 
Samuel Wolcott, 
Sarah W. Hartshorne, 



md. to Hannah Williams, daughter of John 



Timothy Smith, 
Hannah Smith, 
James Williams, 
Mary Lippincott, 
Miriam ^^'illiams, 
Tylee Williams, 
\\'illiam Parker, 
\\"illiam Hartshorne, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Benj°. White, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Elizabeth S. Williams, 
Elizabeth Davis, 
Elihu \\'oolley, 



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Mary Inilay, 
Miriam Williams, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Clememine \'an Note, 
Elizabeth Pearce, 
Patience White, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Sarah Throckmorton, 
Rebecca W. White, 
IMargaret Hance, 
Elizabeth White, 
Miriam T. Allen, 
Sarah Laing, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Hannah Lippincott, 



John Jackson, 
Brittain Corlies, 
John Corlies, 
Esek White, 
Joseph W. Corlies, 
Elizabeth Letson, 
Meribah Little, 
W. P. Holmes, 
Margaret Davis, 
Hannah Croxon, 
Amy Scott, 
Christianna Vail, 
John Wolcott. 



1810, 15, 3mo. 



Seth Lippincott, (son of Thomas Lippincott, of Chester, and Lydia, his Wife), md. 
to Miriam Williams, (dau. of Edmund Williams), both of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Mary G. Holmes, 
George Corlies, 
Sarah Saltar, 
Charlotte Hance, 
Mary Tenbrook, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Phebe Williams, 
Meribah Pearce, 
Mary M. Cline, 
Mary Hartshorne, 
Amey W. Robinson, 
Deborah Robinson, 
Phebe White, 
Catharine Moore, 
Clementine \'an note, 
Sally Remsen, 
John Corlies, 
Margaret Shotwell, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Gidion Middleton, 
Esek White, 
John Hartshorne, Jr., 
William Hartshorne, 
William Parker, 
Allice Lawrence, 
Hannah Wardell, 
Sarah W. Hartshorne, 
Patience White, 
Meribah Little, 
Elizabeth Robinson, 
Benj". White, 
Miriam Tilton, 
Mary Imlay, 
Phebe Embree, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
William R. Holmes, 
William Hance, 
Sarah Tilton, 



Seth Lippincott, 
Miriam W. Lippincott, 
Tho^. Lippincott, 
Lydia Lippincott, 
Edmund Williams, 
Miriam Williams, 
Phebe Burr, 
Mary Tenbrook, 
Tylee Williams, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Anna Parry, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
David Tilton, 
Joseph Allen, 
Miriam T. Allen, 
Elizabeth White, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Hannah H. Williams, 
George H. White, 
Esther Williams, 
Sarah Throckmorton, 
John Lippincott, 
Edmund W. Allen, 
Edmund Throckmorton, 
Edmund W. Burr, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Mary Burrough, 
Lydia Burr, 
Lydia White, 
Rebeca White, 
Tho'. C. White, 
Miriam T. Williams, 
Eliza Ann Woodward, 
Nimrod Woodward, 
Abigail Holmes, 
Eliza M. Knight, 
Deborah Corlies, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1811, 21, iimo. 



Deborah Corlie?, 
Fanny Conrovv, 
Margaret Hance, 
Elizabeth Letson, 



Phebe White, 
Jo^ Wolcott, 
Nathan A. Smith, 
Brittain White. 



Peter T. Wolcott, (son of Peter Wolcott and Lydia, his wife), md. to Hannah F. 
Croxson, (dau. Jacob Croxson and Elizabeth, his wife), both of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Catherine Croxson, 
Deborah Sherson, 
Garret S. WikofT, 
Robert Parker, 
Lydia Parker, 
William Croxson, 
Henry Wolcott, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Lvdia Croxson, 
Gitte Wikofif, 
Rachel Wikofif, 
Samuel Woolley, 
William W. Croxson, 
Martha F. Burnett, 
Sarah W. Corlies, 
James Stillwell, 
Patience White, 
Edmund W. Allen, 
Joseph W. Corlies, 
Harriot White, 
Elizabeth CorlieSj 
Mary Parker, 
Mary Corlies, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Deborah White, 
Amey Allen, 
Sarah Shearman, 
Meriam T. Wiliams, 
Elizabeth W. Allen, 
Tylee Williams, 
Elizabeth Robenson, 
Edmund Williams, 
Benjamin Wolcott, 



Peter T. Wolcott, 
Hannah F. Wolcott, 
Peter Wolcott, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Jacob Croxson, 
Elizabeth Croxson, 
Nathan Woolley, 
Zilpha Woolley, 
Manuel Pearce, 
Esek White, 
Amos Tilton, 
Robert White, 
Crawford White, 
William Parker, J'., 
Benjamin White, 
Benjamin Parker, 
Hannah Woolley, 
William P. Holmes, 
Abigail Parker, 
Hannah H. Williams, 
Miriam Williams, 
Susanna White, 
Leah Parker, 
Thomas Shearman, 
James Morris, 
Susan Morris, 
Margaret Stillwell, 
Abigail Pararker, 
Phebe Embree, 
Leah Laeny, 
Sarah Thomson, [?], 
Joseph Parker, 
George Corlies, 
Jacob Woolley, 
James Van Note, 
Samuel Wolcott. 



1812, 16, 4mo. 



Joseph Allen, (son of Joseph & Hannah Allen), md. to Sarah Corlies, (dau. of 
Benjamin & Deborah Corlies), both of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Peter Wolcott, 
Obediah Tilton, 
George Corlies, 
Joseph Parker, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Abigail Corlies, 
William Corlies, 
Ann Corlies, 



Joseph Allen, 
Sarah Allen, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Mary Corlies, 
William Parker, 
Edmund W. Allen, 
George Corlies, 
Tvlee Williams, 
Elizabeth W. Allen, 



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J. C- 



White, 



Charlotte Corlies, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Deborah Parker, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Elizabeth White, 
Mary Parker, 
Elizabeth Davis, 
Susan Corlies, 
Joseph W. Corlies, 
Sarah Salter, 
Elizabeth Salter, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Lydia Wolcott, 
Seth Lippincott, 
William Hance, 
Elizabeth Robinson, 
Henry Corlies, 
Rebecca W. White, 
George A. White, 
Joseph W. Allen, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Sarah Hartshorne, 
Hanah Wardle, 
Patience White, 



Phebe B. Corlies, 
Ann Allen, 
Jiediah Allen, 
William Parker, 
Hanah Hartshorne, 
John Hartshorne, 
Caroline Allen, 
Meriam Allen, 
Meriam T. Williams, 
Jacob Corlies, Jur., 
Lydia White, 
Elizabeth S. Williams, 
Hubbard Corlies, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Manuel Pearce, 
Elizabeth Letson, 
Abigail Parker, 
Brittain White, 
William Holms, 
Abigail B. Holms, 
Margaret Hance, 
Clementine Van note. 



1813, 15, i2mo. James E. Dorsett, (son of James & Ellianor Dorsett), md. to Lydia Lafetra, (dau. 
Edmund & Sarah Lafetra), both of Howel, at Manasquan: 



Wits: 

Sarah W. Hartshorne, 
Wil™. Hartshorne, 
Thomas Tilton, J^, 
Cornelius Forman, 
Deborah Tilton, 
Nelly Longstreet, 
Sarah Curtis, 
Ann Forman, 
Lewis E. Pierce, 
Rebecca Morton, 
Ed"". Lafetra, 
John Morton, 
Tho'. Cook, 
Hugh Jackson, 
Hugh Jackson, 



- James E. Dorsett, 
Lydia Dorsett, 
James Dorsett, 
Elleanor Dorsett, 
Sarah Lafetra, 
.Elleanor Dorsett, 
iWilliam Dorsett, 
> Catharine Dorsett, 
Thomas Cook, Jr., 
John S. Forman, 
Nimrod Miller, 
Joseph Pierce, 
Hannah Woolley, 
Deborah Jackson. 



1815, 14, i2mo. 



William Widdifield, (son of John & Elizabeth Widdifield), of Philadelphia, Penn., 
md. to Elizabeth Corlies, (dau. of Briton & Sarah Corlies), of Shrews., at Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Obadiah Tilton, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Margaret Hance, 
Benj". White, 
John Hartshorne, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Benj". Parker, 
Jo^ Wolcott, 



W". Widdifield, 
Elizabeth Widdifield, 
Susan Corlies, 
Sarah W. Corlies, 
Joseph Parker, Jun'., 
Hannah Parker, 
William Parker, 
William Parker, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Joseph Allen, 
Reuben [Shivve?], 
John Wolcott, 
Phebe Williams, 
Henry S. Remsen, 
Sally Remsen, 
Han\ H. Williams, 
EUzK W. Allen, 
Eliz''. Robinson, 
Rebecca W. White, 
Anne Allen, 
Lydia White, 
Peter Corlies, 
Marg*. Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Joseph Lafetra, 
Scott Herbert, 
John Gallagher, 
Tylee Williams, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Seth Lippincott, 
Miriam W. Lippincott, 
Elizabeth S. Williams, 
Miriam T. Williams, 
Elizabeth White, 
George Corlies, 



Henry Miller, 
Mary Miller, 
George Widdifield, 
Deborah Widdifield, 
Sarah Lippincott, 
John Widdifield, 
Henry Corlies, 
Patience Corlies, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Patience Haydock, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Briton Corlies, Jr., 
Joseph W. Corlies, 
Jacob W. Corlies, 
Benj°. W. Corlies, 
Mary Corlies, 
Charlotte Corlies, 
Mary Parker, 
Mary Rively. 



1818, 12, 3mo. 



Dobel Baker, son of George & Hannah, of Phil., Pa., md. to Mary, dau. of Geo. 
& Patience Woolley Corlies, of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Mary Ann Haydock, 
Eliza L. Corlies, 
Will-". Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Peter Corlies, 
Margaret Corlies, 
Deborah Cook, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Rachel Corlis, 
John Wolcott, 
Mariam T. Williams, 
Sarah J. Allen, 
Phebe B. Corlies, 
Marg'. Hance, 
Elizabeth S. Williams, 
Mary Corlies, 
Ann Allen, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Sarah Sherman, 
Maria I. Keach, 
Caroline W. Tilton, 
Jane G. Ten Brook, 
Susan White, 
Hannah Parker, 
Mary Tilton, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Miriam T. Allen, 
Hannah H. Williams, 



Dobel Barker, 
Mary C. Baker, 
Patience Corlies, 
Benjamin Corlies, 
Will-". Baker, 
Jacob Corlies, 
Newsom Baker, 
W". Letson, 
Will". C. White, 
Tho". C. White, 
Nathan Woolley, 
Benj". Parker, ' 
Jacob Corlies, Jun^, 
Rob'. White, 
Rob'. Parker, 
Sam'. Lafetra, 
Benjn. Wolcott, Sr., 
Sarah Corlies, 
Patience Corlies Haydock, 
Mary Parker, 
Charlotte Corlies, 
Edward G. Corlies, 
Joseph W. Corlies, 
Nancy Corlies, 
Benj. W. Corlies, 
Jacob W. Corlies, 
Clementine Van Nott, 
Jacob Woolley, 



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Brittain Wliite, 
Elizabeth White, 
Seth Lippincott, 
Joseph Parker, Jr., 
Joseph Allen, 
Obadiah Tilton, 
Tylee Williams, 



Deborah Corlies, 
Hannah Hartshorn, 
John Hartshorn, 
Sarah Renisen, 
Henry I. Remsen, 
Lydia White, 
Hannah Baker. 



l8i8, 15, lomo. Joseph Parker, (son of William & Elizabeth Parker), nid. to Elizabeth S. Williams, 
(dau. of Tylee & Elizabeth Williams), both of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Benjamin W. Corlies, 
Henry Burr, Jun''., 
George W. Burr, 
Jacob Corlies, Ju"'., 
Joseph E. White, 
James Yetman, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Deborah Parker, 
Elizabeth Hance, 
Caroline W. Tilton, 
Alice Smith, 
Leah L. Parker, 
Deborah White, 
Caroline Allen, 
Marv White, 
Elizabeth W. Allen, 
Susan White, 
Samuel T. Thomson, 
Sallay Thomson, 
Lydia White, 
Phebe B. Corlies, 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Mary M. Potter, 
Jane G. Tenbrook, 
Amy Scott, 
Phebe White, 
Margaret Hance, 
Miriam T. Allen, 
Miriam Burr, 
Margaret Curtis, 
Susan Corlies, 
Elizabeth White, 
Ann White, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Joseph Wolcott, 



Joseph Parker, 
Elizabeth S. Parker, 
William Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Tylee Williams, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Miriam T. Williams, 
Hannah H. Williams, 
Phebe Williams, 
Edmund T. Williams, 
Esek H. Williams, 
Jane Williams, 
Mary Williams, 
Mary Parker, 
Joseph Allen, 
Miriam W. Lippincott, 
Seth Lippincott, 
Edmund W. Lippincott, 
Hannah Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
William Parker, 
Hannah Ustick, 
Patience Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Mary C. Baker, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Patience C. Haydock, 
Jacob W^oolley, 
Samuel Lafetra, 
John Hartshorne, 
William Smith, 
Esek White, 
William Hance, 
Brittain White, 
Joseph Will™. Allen, 
Joseph Lafetra, 
Job Cook, 
Benjamin Parker. 



1820, 14, i2mo. Benjamin W. Corlies, son of Briton & Sarah Corlies, md. to Miriam, dau. of Tylee 
& Elizabeth Williams, both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Hannah W. Parker, 
William Parker, 
Mary M. Cline, 
Frances G. Cline, 



Benjamin W. Corlies, 
Miriam T. Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Tylee Williams, 



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HISTORICAL MISCELL-\XY. 



Samuel H. Hanshome, 
Joseph W'ooUey. 
Thomas H. Leggett, 
Joseph Wolcott. 
Joseph Lafetra, 
Margaret Hance, 
James Yetman, 
Samuel Throckmorton, 
Edward Woodward, 
Amy Scott, 
Ann Hopkins, 
Man.- Parker, 
Susanna Corlies, 
Deborah [Saers?], 
Benjamin Corlies, 
Man.- Ann Hartshome, 
Esek Hartshome, 
John Hartshome, 
Esek White, 
Samuel Lafetra, 
William Parker, 
Brittain White, 
Benj". White, 
Sarah Saltar, 



Elizabeth Williams, 
Ann Corlies, 
Joseph W. Corlies, 
Jacob W. Corlies, 
Joseph Parker, Jun., 
Elizabeth S. Parker, 
Man,' Williams, 
Jane Williams, 
Mar}" Williams, 
Esek H. Williams, 
Edmund T. Williams, 
Hannah H. Williams, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Patience Corlies^ 
Seth Lippincott, 
Lydia ^Vhite, 
Edmund Throckmonon, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Benjamin Parker, 
Hannah L'stick, 
Hannah H. Hartshome, 
Phebe Williams, 
Sarah W. Corlies. 



1821, 22, iimo. 



Joseph ^^'oolley. (son of Jacob & Elizabeth Woolley), md. to Hannah H. Williams, 
(dau. of Tylee & Elizabeth Williams), both of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, 
in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Joseph Parker. Jun'., 
Hannah W. Parker, 
Lydia Croxson, 
Phebe Williams, 
George Williams, 
Aim W. Little, 
Jerusha Holmes, 
Deborah Parker, 
Zilpah Corlies, 
Eden Woolley, 
Esek H. \\'illiams, 
Benjamin Woolley, 
Cornelia "SI. Lewis, 
Jane Williams, 
Mary \\'illiams. 
Emmeline Woolley, 
Benjamin \\'. Corlies, 
Elizabeth S. Parker, 
Jane G. Tenbrook, 
Charlotte Corlies, 
Sarah W. Corlies, 
Hannah C. Corlies, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Amy Scott, 
Mar}- Williams, 
Ruth Lafetra. 
Patience Corlies, 
Margaret Hance. 
Elizabeth Croxson, 



Joseph Woolley, 
Hannah H. Woolley, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Elizabeth Woolley, 
Tylee Williams, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Mar}- Parker, 
Catharine Lewis, 
Jno. P. Lewis, 
Elizabeth Widdifield, 
Ann Corlies, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Joseph E. White, 
James Yetman, 
John Yetman, 
W". Widdifield. 
Jacob W. Corlies, 
W". Parker. Jtm., 
Daniel Williams, 
Samuel Lafetra. 
Cornelius J. Smith, 
Seth Lippincott, 
Edmimd W. Lippincott, 
William W. Croxson, 
Joseph Lafetra. 
John Hartshome, 
Joseph Allen. 
Jacobus Hubbard, 
William Parker, 



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Phebe B. Corlies, 
Susannah Throckmorton, 
Miriam T. Allen, 
Caroline Allen, 
Hannah Tucker, 
Elizabeth White, 



Benjamin Parker, 
George A. Corlies, 
Joseph ^^'olcott, 
Henr>- \\'. ^^"olcott, 
Jacob Corlies, Jun., 
Edward Remsen, 
Brittain White, 
Benj™. White. 



1821, 13, l2mo. Thomas Cook, Jun'., son of Thomas & Rachel Cook, md. to Ann Arnold, dau. of 
Israel & Bathsheba Williams, of Shrews., at Friends' Meeting House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Lydia \\'hite, 
Rachel C. Sherman, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
George W. White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Elizabeth Parker, 
Elizabeth A. Corlies, 
Samuel Lafetra, 
John Hartshome, 
Benjamin ^^^ Corlies, 
Ruth Lafetra, 
~ Bathsheba Drummond, 
Rebecca Morton, 
Eden \\'oolley, 
Joseph E. White, 
Elizabeth E. Williams, 
Patience Corlies, 
Margaret Hance, 
Phebe Williams, 
Hannah H. Woolley, 
Mar^- T. Corlies, 
Lucy G. Corlies, 
Emeline Woolley, 
Elizabeth \\'oo!ley, 
Meriam T. Allen, 
Phebe B. CorUes, 
Elizabeth Hunt, 
Hannah Hartshome, 



1S23, 13, 2mo. 



Thomas Cook, Jim'., 
Ann Cook, 
Thomas Cook, 
Rebecca Cook, 
Edmund West, 
Rachel \^"est, 
Mars- White, 
Catharine Williams, 
\\'iiliam L. Borden, 
Hannah LawTence, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Daniel WilUams, 
Tylee Williams, 
Henry \\'. \\'olcott, 
Joseph \\oolley, 
Joseph Lafetra, 
Edmimd W. Lippincott, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Benjamin Parker, 
Brittain White, 
Jacob Corlies, Jun^, 
William Hance, 
Benjamin \\hite, 
George A. Corlies, 
Thomas Sherman, 
John Morton, 
Ann Johnson. 



John L.. son of Benjamin & Marj- Borden, md. to iliriam T., dau. of Joseph & 
Elizabeth Allen, both of Shrews., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Ruth Lafetra, 
Lydia \\hite, 
Phebe Williams, 
Ann W. Little. 
Sarah Ann Smith, 
Hannah B. Lawrence. 
W^. L. Thomson, 
Edmund W. Lippincott, 
Henr>- W. Wolcott, 
James \\'est. 
Jacob Woolley, 



John L. Borden, 
Miriam T. Borden, 
Miriam W. Lippincott, 
Leah L. Parker, 
Susan Smnmerhays, 
Elihu Woolley, 
Samuel Lafetra, 
Benjamin Borden, 
Mary Borden, 
Joseph Allen, 
Sarah Allen, 



338 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



John Hartshorne, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Esek H. WilHams, 
Stacy D. White, 
Edward G. CorHes, 
EHzabeth Hance, 
Sarah Wardell, 
EHzabeth \\'ardell, 
Ann Allen, 
Martha S. Shreve, 
Phebe Ann Shreve, 
Elizabeth White, 
Caroline Allen, 
Hannah T. Borden, 
Joseph E. White, 
Thomas T. Borden, 
Gabriel West, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Phebe Corlies, 
Deborah Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, Jun'., 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Seth Lippincott, 



Peter B. Corlies, 
George A. Corlies, 
Sarah T. Allen, 
Richard Borden, 
W". L. Borden, 
Joseph L. Borden, 
Elizabeth C. Corlies, 
Hannah W. Corlies, 
Sarah C. Shearman, 
Tho'. Shearman, 
Samuel Allen, 
Miriam T. Corlies, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Margaret Hance, 
Elizabeth S. Parker, 
Elizabeth Parker, Jun^, 
Caroline W. Lippincott, 
Sarah W. Corlies, 
Susan Corlies. 



1822, 17, lomo. 



Isaack Lippincott, (son of Caleb & Jemima Lippincott, of Northampton, N. J.), 
of Freehold, md. to Caroline W. Tilton, (dau. of Amos & Elizabeth Tilton), of 
Middletown, at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Jane G. Tenbrook, 
Samuel Lafetra, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Benj". Parker, 
John Hartshorne, 
Seth Lippincott, 
Joseph \Voolley, 
William W. Croxson, 
John D. Forman, 
Guy Champlain, 
John F. T. Forman, 
Benjamin W. Corlies, 
Mary Glover, 
Lucy Y. Corlies, 
Zelphia Corlies, 
Elizabeth Corlies, 
Benj". Van Mater, 
Henrv W. Wolcott, 
Thad^ Whitlock, 
Tho^ C. White, 
James F. Throckmorton, 
W^-". W. Wikofif, 

Isaac St , [blurred], 

J Aaron Conover, 
Isaac Hance, 
W". S. Stoutenborrough, 
Thomas Tilton, 
Rebecca Lippincott, 
Hannah M. Wardell, 
Gideon M. Tilton, 



Isaac K. Lippincott, 
Caroline W'. Lippincott, 
Jemima Lippincott, 
Elizabeth Tilton, 
Benjamin White, 
William W. Tilton, 
Mary W. Whitlock. 
Sarah W. Corlies. 

Phebe , [blurred], 

Marv M. Whitlock, 
Ann'C. \\'hitlock. 
Ann \Y. Tilton, 
Sarah White, 
[Berajah?] R. Lippincott, 
Samuel L. Woodward, 
Ann White, 
Joseph j\I. Morgan, 
Mary L. Morgan, 
Hannah S. Lippincott, 
Mary M. Tilton, 
Joseph E. White, 
Richard T. Forman, 
Susan White, 
David Forman, 
Abigail Shinn, 
Lydia Croxson, 
Hannah Parker, 
Sarah Shreve, 

Hannah C. , [worn], 

Eliza Ann Van Mater, 



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Stacy D. White, 
William White, 
Ann White, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Patience Corlies, 
Amy Lafetra, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Elizabeth S. Parker, 
Lydia White, 
Hannah H. Woolley, 
Miriam W. Lippincott, 
Jacob Woolley, 
Joseph Lafetra, 
Elizabeth Hunt, 
Ann Hopkins, 



John W. Whitlock, 
Miriam T. Corlies, 
Miriam T. Allen, 
Sarah Glover, 
Fanny Glover, 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Hannah H. Hartshorne, 
Deborah Parker, 
Mary White, 
Leah L. Parker, 
Caroline Allen, 
Amy Barkalow, 
Louise Q. Wikoff, 
Lydia C. Tilton. 



1824, 16, 6mo. Allen, son of Samuel & Elizabeth Lafetra, md. to Prudence, dau. of John & Mary 
Morton, of Howel, at Squan : 



u 



u 



1826, II, 5mo. 



Wits: 

Susanna Lawrence, 
Abigail Morris, 
Thomas Cook, 
Edmund Lafetra^ 
Elizabeth Curtis, 
Gertrude Ann Morris, 
Eliza Morris, 
Meribah Curtis, 
Hannah Allen, 
William P. Lafetra, 
Walter Lawrence, 
Emma Morton, 
Miriam W. Lippincott, 
Meribah S. Wolcott, 
James L. Morris, _^ 
Mary Wolcott, 



Allen Lafetra, 
Prudence Lafetra, 
John Morton, 
Rebecca Morton, 
Elizabeth Lafetra, 
Tylee A. Lafetra, 
Richard Morton, 
James Dorsett, Jun^, 
Lydia Dorsett, 
Alice Morton, 
Prudence Allen, 
Mary Gififord, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Seth Lippincott, 
Edmund Robison. 



Edward Wing, of New Bedford, Mass., son of John & Elizabeth Wing, late of 
Sandwich, Mass., md. to Elizabeth Hunt, of Shrews., dau. of Samuel & Hannah 
Hopkins, late of Frankford, Penn., at Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Esek H. Williams, 
Edward G. Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, Jr., 
Deborah Corlies, 
Phebe Parker, 
Robert Parker, 
Benjamin Woolley, 
Zilpha Woolley, 
Rachel Hance, 
Ruth Lafetra, 
Benjamin Parker, 
Edmond W. Allen, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Patience Corlies, 
Lydia Parker, 
Rebecca Morton, 
Joseph Lafetra, 



Edward Wing, 
Elizabeth Wing, 
Sarah Shotwell, 
Cornelius Grinnell, 
Mary James, 
Hannah Hartshorne, 
Ann Hopkins, 
John Hartshorne, 
Hannah Shotwell, 
Mary Shotwell, 
Ann H. James, 
W". W. Shotwell, Jun-- 
Lucy Hartshorne, 
Samuel Hartshorne, 
Lawrence Hartshorne, 
Sarah Saltar, 
Elizabeth Saltar, 



34° 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



1833. 4, 4mo. 



Edward B. Lafetra, 
William Hance, 
Joseph C. White, 
Miriam W. Lippincott, 
Edmund W'. Lippincott, 
Charlotte Corhes, 
Mary Parker, 
Mary Ann Haydock, 
Sarah W. Corhes, 
Susan Corhes, 
Hannah H. W^oolley, 
Abigail Corhes, 
Sarah Allen, 
Leah L. Parker, 
Ann White, 
Tylee Williams, 
John Morton, 



Phebe Williams, 
Catharine Hunn, 
Ann Allen, 
Margaret Hance, 
Lydia White, 
Phebe B. Corlies, 
Seth Lippincott, 
Samuel Lafetra, 
David Tilton, 
Miriam T. Corlies, 
Elizabeth S. Parker, 
Aliriam T. Borden, 
Benjamin W. Corlijs, 
Joseph Wolcott, 
Isaac Hance, 
Edmund T. Williams, 
Henry W. Lippincott. 



Hugh Townsend, of Piscataway, son of John & Susannah Townsend, both de- 
ceased, md. to Abigail Parker, of Shrews., dau. of Peter & Lydia Parker, at 
Shrews. : 



Wits: 

Jane G. Tenbrook, 
Clemence S. Lippincott, 
Jane Williams, 
Hannah H. Woolley, 
Cynthia A. Mount, 
Elizabeth Williams, 
Sarah White, 
E. H. \\'illiams, 
Jos. E. \\'hite, 
Edm". T. \Villiams, 
Joseph Woolley, 
Jacob Worthley, 
Edm''. W. Lippincott, 
E. A. Parker, 
Seth Lippincott, 
Miriam W. Lippincott, 
Luke Conrow, 
Joseph Parker, Jun'., 
Elizabeth S. Parker, 
Ann White, 



Hugh Townsend, 
Abigail Townsend, 
Joseph Parker, 
Benjamin Parker, 
Margaret Parker, 
Robert Parker, 
Phebe Parker, 
Lydia Ann Parker, 
Sarah Towiisend, 
Jothan Townsend, 
Catharine Townsend, 
Richard Townsend, 
Harriet Townsend, 
Eli Pound, 
Charles Robinson, 
Elizabeth W. Allen, 
Amelia L. Lippincott, 
Hannah L. Parker, 
Elizabeth Hartshorne, 
Amy R. Sebbern. 



1847, 15, gmo. Zebedee Nicholson, of Newtown, Camden Co., son of Isaac & Priscilla Nicholson, 
md. to Lydia Ann Parker, dau. of Robert & Phebe Parker, at Friends' Meeting 
House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Henry W. Wolcott, 
William I. Bauer, 
Joseph Parker, 
Elizabeth S. Parker, 
Lucy Ann Leaver, 
George D. Leaver, 
Jacob Corlies, Jun"'., 
Edmund T. Allen, 
George C. White, 
Gideon M. Allen, 



Zebedee Nicholson, 
Lydia Ann Nicholson, 
Isaac Nicholson, 
Priscilla Nicholson, 
Robert Parker, 
Phebe Parker, 
Benjamin Parker, 
Margaret Parker, 
Joseph Parker, 
Sarah L. Parker, 



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Elizabeth Williams, 
Ann White, 
Henrietta Wolcott, 
Susan Parker, 
Elizabeth W. Allen, 
Cordelia Tallman, 
Ann C. Williams, 
Sarah Maria Allen, 
Ellen L. \'an Derveer, 
Mary T. Williams, 
Augusta F. Allen, 
Hannah P. Williams, 
Tylee B. Codies, 
Sarah W. Hance, 
Susan B. Hance, 
Sarah T. Williams, 
Clemence S. Covvert, 
Elizabeth Leaver, 
Susan H. Corlies, 
Ann W. Lafetra, 
Sarah T. Allen, 
Sarah Corlies, 
Clementine \\'olcott, 
Alice Woolley, 
Sarah Allen, 



Benjamin C. Parker, 
John W. Parker, 
Priscilla Nicholson, 
W". H. Nicholson, 
Mary Nicholson, 
Isaac W. Nicholson, 
Jacob H. Corlies, 
Phebe W. Corlies, 
Barzillai Allen, 
Nora Allen, 
Abner Allen, 
Sarah D. Eldred, 
William W. Tilton, 
Elizabeth Ann Tilton, 
Benjamin C. White, 
Elizabeth White, 
Mary V. Sherman, 
Sarah C. Allen, 
Abigail Corlies, 
Jacob Corlies, 
William S. Eatton, 
Mary W. \'an Derveer, 
Benjamin W. Van Derveer. 



1848, 14, 3mo. Robert Pharo, of Barnegat, son of Samuel & Phebe Pharo, md. to Rachel W. 
Cook, of Squan, dau. of Tliomas & Ann Cook, at Squan: 



Wits: 

Benjamin Parker, 
]\Iargaret Parker, 
Joseph Parker, 
Ann White, 
Jarvis H. Bartlett, 
Matilda Bartlett, 
Orrin Pharo, 
John Arnold, 
Mary Arnold, 
And many others, 



Robert Pharo, 
Rachel W. Pharo, 
Thomas Cook, 
Thomas Cook, Jr., 
Ann Cook, 
Ebenezer Cook. 



1853. 13' 4nio. Albert Collins, of Eatontown, son of Thomas & Ann, of Burlington, md. to Eliza- 
beth Leaver, dau. of William & Hannah Leaver, of Burlington, at Friends' Meet- 
ing House, in Shrews.: 



Wits: 

Jacob H. Corlies, 
Charles E. Ivins, 
Lambert R. Ivins, 
Jacob C. Lawrence, 
Henry F. Spaulding, 
Benjamin C. Parker, 
-Bloomfield Drummond, 
Charles S. Brooks, 
Charlotte Hubbard, 
Ellen L. Corlies, 
Eliza G. Williams, 
Julia A. Spaulding, 
Anne White, 



Albert Collins, 
Elizabeth A. Collins, 
Thomas Collins, 
Hannah Leaver, 
John Collins, 
Francis Collins, 
George D. Leaver, 
Lucv A. Leaver, 
Elizabeth W. Smith, 
Margaret Parker, 
Samuel Bettle, 
Richard F. Mott, 
Elton Thomas, 



34» 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Phebe W. Corlies, 
Miriam T. Corlies, 
Sarah T. Allen, 
Mehetable White, 
Elizabeth H. hins, 
Martha Allinson, 
Mary A. Northam, 
Henry C. Northam, 



John W. Parker, 
Phebe C. Parker, 
Susan B. P. Cook, 
Mary Finch, 
Joseph Parker, 
Elizabeth S. Parker. 



Births; Deaths 

The births of George & Deborah Corlies' children : 

Thomas Corlies was born ye 3"^ of ye 9 mo., 17CX). 

Deborah " " " "11 " " 2 mo., 1702. 

Joseph " " " " 14 " " I mo., 1704-5. 

Benjamin " " " " 31 " " 6 m©., 1707. 

Timothy " " " " 10 " " 2 mo., 1710. 

Dinah " " " " 17 " " 11 mo., 1712. 

Jacob " " " " 14 " " 8 mo., 1715. 



Thomas Corlies, son of George & Deborah, desesed his life ye 
George Corlies desesed his life ye 10 of ye 7 mo., 171 5. 
Timothy " " " " " 23 " " i mo., 1733. 

Benjamin " departed his life " 11 " " 8 mo., 1739. 
Deborah " " her " " 3 " " 2 mo., 1757. 



1700. 



The birth of George & Joanna Williams' children : 

Obadiah Williams was born ye 14 of ye i mo., 1710. 
Hezekiah " " " " 16 " " 2 mo., 1713. 

George " " " " 6 " " 12 mo., 1714. 

Hezekiah " " " " 18 " " 12 mo., 1716. 

John " " " " 20 " " I mo., 1719. 

Experience " " " " 12 " " 2 mo., 1721. 

Elihu " " " " 3 " " 3 mo., 1726. 

Hannah Williams, daughter of George & Lydia Williams, was born ye 22 of ye 3 mo., 1743. 

Elizabeth Williams, ye mother of George Williams, desesed her life ye 14 of 12 mo., 1708. 
John Williams, husban to Elizabeth Williams, desesed his life ye 22 of 12 mo., 1719. 
Thomas Bills desesed his life ye 2 of ye 2 mo., 1721. 
Joanna Bills " her " " 4 " " 4 mo., 1723. 

Experience Williams, daughter of s"* John & Elizabeth Williams, desesed her life ye 4 of 4 
mo., 1709. 

Hezekiah Williams, son of George & Joanna Williams, deceased 3 of 2 mo., 17 16. 

Experience Williams deceased 19 of 2 mo., 1723. 

Joanna Williams, Wife of George Williams, deceased her life i of 2 mo., 1728. 

Mary Williams, Wife of George Williams, deceased her life 6 of 2 mo., 1739. 

George Williams deceased 15 of i mo., 1744. 

Obadiah Williams, son of George Williams, deceased his life 25 of i mo., 1748. 

The births of George & Elizabeth Williams' children : 

Tylee Williams born 23 of 12 mo., 1738-9. 
Edmond " " " 8 " 8 " 1740. 
George " " " 5 " 4 " 1743- 

Joanna S " 8 " 1745. 

Obadiah " " " 23 "12 " 1747-8. 



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The births of Hezekiah & Sarah Williams' children : 
Samuel Williams born 8 of 3 mo., 1741. 
Mary " " 16 " 8 mo., 1743. 

Abbott " " 20 " 4 " 1746. 



George Williams, Jun', died 23, 2 mo., 1750. 
Sarah " " " 2, 5 mo., 1746. 



The births of John & Elizabeth Williams' children: 

James _ Williams born 12, 10 mo., 1743 



Daliel [Daniel ?] 

Lydia 

Elizabeth 

George 

John 

Joanna & 

Obadiah 



J 



1 

born 4"" day of week ( 
about 10 o'clock in 
the morning. 

Joseph 

born 2'* clay of week 

near 3 o'clock in 

the afternoon. J 

Hannah "1 

born 6"' day of week ■ 
near 11''' hour at 
night. 

Mary 



23, 


4 mo 


5. 


2 mo 


10, 


6 " 


26, 


8 " 


3. 


3 " 



24, 5 



14. 4 



17, 12 



13, 9 



1745 
1749 
1751 
1753 
1757 



1760. 



1762. 



1765. 



John, son of George & Joanna Williams, died, 16, 10 mo., 1768. 



Lydia Williams 
Daniel " 
John 

Obadiah " 
James " 
Joanna Woolley 



24, 2 mo., 1768. 

25, 10 mo., 1770. 

3. I " 1779- 

19, 9 " 1780. 

27, 6 " 1S18. 

23, 12 " 1831. 



The births of Joseph & Margaret Corlies' children : 
Lydia, born 20, 6mo., 1731. 
Timothy, " 5, 11 " 1735-6. 
Deborah, " 17, 10 " 1739. 
Hannah, " 9, 7 " 1741. 
Margaret, " 5, 2 " 1746. 



Lydia, wife of Timothy Corlies, born 4, 9 mo., 1755. 



Joseph Corlies died 26, i mo., 1784. 
Margaret " " 26, 2 " 1798. 

Timothy " " 7, 10 " 1804. 



Sarah White born 21, 5 mo., 1715. 



344 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



The births of Jacob & Sarah Corlies' children : 
Britan, born 27, 9 mo., 1738. 



Elizabeth, 

Benjamin, 

Abegil, 

John, 

Fetter, 

George, 

Jacob, 

Jacob, 

Sarah, 



8, 

2, 3 

2, 3 

2, 12 

23, 5 
18, 2 

24, 4 

I, 4 

20, 6 



1740. 
1742. 
1744. 
1745-6. 

1747- 
1749. 
1751. 

1755- 
1758. 



The births of Benjamin & Deborah Corlies' children: 
Mary, born 18, 5 mo., 1774. 



Sarah, 

William, 

Jacob, 

Elizabeth, 

Deborah, 

Phebe, 

Abisjail, 



19, 10 " 1775 

30, 3 " ^777 

15, 7 " 1779 

25, 5 mo.^ 1781 

7, II " 1783 

3, 9 " 1786, 

25, I " 1793 



John, son of Jacob & Sarah Corleis, 
Jacob Corlies 



died 30, 4 mo., 1746. 
13, 6 " 1751. 



Jacob, the father of the above named children, " 18, 12 

Briton Corlies died 31, 10 mo., 1816. 
Benjamin " " — 9 " 1806. 
George " " i, 12 " 18 16. 

Jacob " " 25, 12 " 1841. 

Sarah " " 22, 7 " 1849. 

Deborah " " i, i " 1828. 

The births of Timothy & Rebecar Hance children : 
Rachel, born 27, i mo., 1738. 



1767. 



David, 




18, 


9 




1739- 


Isaac, 




3, 


2 




1741. 


Jeremiah, 




14, 


7 




1746. 


Mary, 




II, 


9 




1749. 


Elizabeth, 




22, 


4 




1751. 



Rebecar Hance, wife of Timothy Hance, died 23, 10 mo., 1759. 

The births of Nathan & Increase Tilton's children: 
Mary, born 11, 7 mo., 1736. 



Katharine, 




10, 


II 




1737 


Phebe, 




2, 


8 




1739 


William, 




14, 


6 




1 741 


Anne, 




9. 


9 




1743- 


Nathan, 




24- 


2 




1749 



Nathan Tilton, sen', died 30, 3 mo., 1788. 

William Tilton, died 3, 12 mo., 1797. 

Births of Jedediah & Phebe Allen children : 
William, born 17, — mo., 1739. 
Ralph, " 26, 4 " 1741. 
Miriam, " 15, i " 1744. 
Jedediah, " 8, 7 1750. 



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345 



Jedediah Allen died 26, 3 mo., 1751. 

The births of Brittain & Dinah White children : 
Deborah, born 22, 7 mo., 1735. 



Elizabeth, 




25. 


6 




1740. 


Rachel, 




4, 


2 




1744. 


Hannah, 




4. 


7 




1745- 


Britain, 




21, 


7 




1747- 


Margaret, 




21, 


2 




1751. 


Joseph, 




5. 


4 




1753- 



Rachel White died 5, 4 mo., 1745. 
Joseph " " 8, II " 1755. 

Brittain " " 26, 12 " 1760. 

Elizabeth Tucker died 5, i mo., 1819. 

The births of John & Elizabeth Worthley children: 
John, born 22, 10 mo., 1696. 



Lydia, 


" II. 


2 




1699. 


Elizabeth, 


" 16, 


7 




1701. 


Deborah, 


" 12, 


4 




1703- 


Sarah, 


" II, 


7 




1706. 


Joseph, 


" 6, 


5 




1709. 


Mary, 


" 27, 


7 




1710. 


Richard, 


" 22, 


8 




1712. 



/' 


2 


3- 


10 


8. 


4 


29, 


4 


7. 


3 


18, 


8 



Joseph, the son of John & Elizabeth Worthley, died — , 5 mo. 

Elizabeth Worthley 

John 

John " Jun' 

Sarah Aple£:;ate, dan. of John & Elizabeth Worthley, 

Elizabeth Worthly 

Lydia Williams, dau. of " " " 

The births of Levi & Ann White children : 

Thomas, born 30, 9 mo., 1734. 
Elizabeth, " 2, 7 " 1739. 
John, " I, II " 1745. 

Joseph, " 27, 6 " 1749. 

Elizabeth, dau. of Levi & Ann White, died 20, 10 mo., 1767. 

The births of Thomas & Faith Tilton children : 



1709, 
1715 
1715 
1729 

1741 
1749, 
1780, 



Sarah, 


born 


10, 


7 mo. 


1718. 


Rebecker, 


ft 


4. 


5 " 


1720. 


Esther, 


(t 


10, 


3 " 


1722. 


Elizabeth, 


(1 


26, 


I *' 


1724. 


Hannah, 


ti 


24. 


4 " 


1726. 


Mary, 


a 


16, 


2 " 


1728. 


Rachel, 


tt 


14, 


5 " 


1730- 


Thomas, 


ti 


14, 


2 " 


1732. 


Patience, 


K 


3. 


II •' 


1735-6 


Lydia, 


ti 


5, 


I " 


1738. 


John, 


** 


5, 


3 " 


1739- 


Deborah, 


** 


21, 


10 " 


1740. 


Joseph, 


t( 


24. 


10 " 


1741. 



346 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Thomas Tilton died 4, i mo., 1763 ; (age 78). 

William Cook born 7, 3 mo., 1721. 

Elizabeth, his wife, " 7, 12 " 1725-6. 

The births of William & Elizabeth Cook children : 
Jacob, born 23, 10 mo., 1744. 
Job, " 22, 2 " 1750. 

Margaret, dau. of William & Lydia Cook, born 5, 2 mo., 1753. 

William Cook born 22, 4 mo., 1755. 

Lydia " " 17, 6 " 1757. 

Phebe " " 30, 6 " 1759. 

Joseph " " 23, II " 1761. 

Hannah " " 11, 11 " 1763. 

Elizabeth, wife of William Cook, died 10, 7 mo., 1750. 

William Cook, the father of forenamed children, died 22, 9 mo., 1767. 

The birth of Thomas & Elizabeth White children: 



Elizabeth, born 7, 


12 


mo. 


1725-6. 


Samuel, 


' 6, 


12 




1727-8. 


Mary, 


' 19. 


2 




1730. 


Hannah, 


' 10, 


2 




1734- 


Thomas, 


' 17. 


7 




1736. 


Lydia, 


' 6, 


4 




1739- 


Sarah, 


" 3. 


5 




1 741. 


Rachel, 


' 5. 


9 




1743- 


Jacob, ' 


' 9. 


5 




1746. 


Zilpah, 


' 29, 


II 




1748-9. 



Elizabeth Cook, dau. of Thomas & Elizabeth White, died 10, 7 mo., 1750. 
Samuel White, " 7, 9 " 1759. 

Elizabeth " wife of Thomas White " 6, 3 

The birth of Samuel & Anne White children: 
Thomas, born 26, 11 mo., 1756. 



Curtis, 
Meribah, 



8, 6 



1758. 



Curtis White, son of Samuel & Anne White, died 18, 11 mo., 1758. 
The birth of John & Elizabeth Burden children : 



John, 


Jill ^.y 

I, 


1 

7 




1742. 


Joel, 


" 6, 


8 


ti 


1744- 


Elizabeth, 


" 2, 


2 


a 


1746. 


Anne, 


" 30, 


9 


ti 


1749- 


Jean, 


" 24, 


3 


t( 


1753- 


Hannah, 


" 15. 


8 


tt 


1755- 


Lydia, 


" 30. 


II 


a 


1759- 



1760. 



Lydia Burden, dau. of John & Elizabeth Burden, died 22, 4 mo., 1763. 

The birth of Joseph & Katharine Mitton children : 

Israel Mitton born 4, 9 mo., 1761. 
Margaret " " 24, 6 " 1765. 

Abigail " " 9, 10 '• 1769. 



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347 



Tlie birth of Jeames & Leah Tucker children : 
John, born 26, 5 mo., 1718. 



Ruth, 


' 16, 2 




1722. 


Elizabeth, 


' 25,5 




1724. 


Jeames, 


' 30,8 




1727. 


Hannah, 


' 9. I 




1730. 


Samuel, 


' 8,8 




I73S- 



Jeames, son of Jeames & Leah Tucker, died 25, 3 mo., 1755. 

Hannah Wardell, dau. of " " " " 25, 12 mo., 1757. 

Ruth Woolley " " " " " 17, 10 " 1759. 

Leah Tucker, wife of Jeames Tucker, " 18, 2 " 1767; aged 78 yrs. 

Samuel Tucker " 9, 2 " 1818. 

The birth of John & Phebe Tucker children : 

Leah Tucker, born 11, 12 mo., 1745. 

Elizabeth " " 13, i " 1750. 

Margaret " " 20, 8 " 1755. 
Elizabeth Tucker, dau. of John & Phebe Tucker, died 13, 9 mo., 1764. 
John " " 6, 9 mo., 1793. 

The birth of Jeames Tucker, Juner, & Margaret children : 
Hannah, born 16, 3 mo., 1752. 
Elizabeth, " I, 12 " 1753. 
Elizabeth Tucker, dau. of Jeames Tucker, Juner, & Margaret Tucker, died 27, 2, 1758. 

The birth of Samuel & Elizabeth Tucker children: 
Jeames, born 16, 11 mo., 1761. 
Brittain, " 3, 10 " 1763. 

The birth of Robart & Miriam Tilton children: 



Deborah, 


uyji 1 


I 1 0, 

31. 


y 
II 


liw. 


1734- 


Valeriah, 


(( 


4, 


6 




1736. 


Obediah, 


it 


18. 


II 




1738. 


Dinah, 


it 


3'. 


II 




1740. 


Miriam, 


il 


28, 


5 




1743- 


Robart, 


n 


18, 


10 




1745. 


David, 


a 


20, 


7 




1749. 


Jedediah, 


a 


24. 


7 




1752. 


Robart, 


ti 


21, 


8 




1756. 



Robart, son of Robart & Mirriam Tilton, died 4, 1 1"""- 1754. 

Robart " " " " " " 29, 12 mo., 1756. 

Valeriah Grover, dau. of " " " 2, 8 " 1761. 

Margaret, dau. of " " " 31, 8 " 1762. 

Robart Tilton, the father of the above named children, died 23, 10 mo., 1762. 

Miriam Lowrie, mother of the abovesd. children, died 1,3 mo., 1781. 

Obadiah Tilton died 19, 10 mo., 1818. 



The births of Elihu & Ann Williams' children 
Humphrey Wady, born 7, 4 mo. 



Mary, 

Humphrey, 

Amos, 

Israel, 

Samuel, 

Sarah, 



31, 7 
29,4 

24.4 
13. 5 
26,6 

1,7 



1751. 

1753- 
1756. 
1758. 
1760. 
1762. 
1764. 



348 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Humphrey Wady Williams, son of Elihu & Ann, died — , 6 mo., 175 1. 
Humphrey Wady, father of the above Ann Williams, died 2, 10 mo., 1759. 
Amos Williams, son of Elihu & Ann, died 17, 8 mo., 1763. 

The birth of Isaac & Rachel Hance children: 
Timothy, born 21, 3 mo., 1714. 
John, " 6, 3 mo., 1720. 

Jacob, " 3, 3 mo., 1729. 

Rachel Hance died 30, 6 mo., 1734. 

Content Hance died 

Isaac Hance, the husband of the above named woman, died 5, 9 mo., 1764. 

The birth of Jacob & Ann Hance children: 
Rachel, born 23, 12 mo., 1751. 
Thomas, " 30, 10 " 1753. 
Sarah, " 14, 10 " 1755. 

William Hance, son of Jacob & Elizabeth Hance, born 20, 5 mo., 1760. 

Deborah Hance, " 5, 10 " 1762. 

Elizabeth Corlies, wife of Jacob Hance, born 18, 10 mo., 1736. 

Ann Hance, " " " " died 22, 8 " 1757. 

Jacob Hance " 21, 6 " 1798. 

Elizabeth Hance, widdo of Jacob Hance, " 12, 3 " 1816. 



The birth of Ebenezer & Sarah Cook children 
Hannah, born 15, 3 mo., 1742. 
Faith, " 18, I " 1747. 

Mary, " 21, 5 " 1752. 

Thomas, " 26, 9 " 1757. 
William, " 28, 3 " 1759. 



/ 



The birth of Obediah & Hannah Tilton children 
Robart, born 16, 2 mo., 1764 
Margaret, " 26, 10 " 1768 
Miriam, " 2, 3 " 1772 
Joseph, " II, 10 " 1775 
Hannah, " 12, 9 " 1781 



Hannah, dau. of Obediah and Hannah Tilton, died 30, 3 mo., 1786. 
Hannah Tilton, wife of Obediah Tilton, '' 8, 5 mo., 1810. 



The birth of John & Patience Lippincott children ; 
Jeames, born 2, 10 mo., 1732-3. 



Dinah, 


11 


12, 


II " 


1734-5 


Elizabeth, 


a 


I, 


10 " 


1736. 


Sarah, 


" 


27. 


9 " 


1738. 


Hannah, 


(( 


8, 


1 " 


1 740-1 


Huldah, 


a 


13. 


5 " 


1743- 


Mary, 


" 


2, 


8 " 


1745- 


Henry, 


it 


22, 


10 " 


1750. 


Joseph, 


11 


14. 


7 


1753- 


Patience, 


(1 


27. 


3 " 


1757- 



Patience Lippincott died 14, 6 mo., 1793. 



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349 



The birth of Joseph & Hannah Allen children : 
Abigail, born 28, 9 mo., 1759. 
Meriam, " 27, 3 " 1761. 
Joseph, " 15,4 " 1763. 
Jedidiah, " 5, 3 " 1765. 

Abigail, dau. of Joseph & Hannah Allen, died 4, 12 mo., 1763. 

William Lippincott " 6, i " 1765 ; aged about 83 years. 

Jediah Allen died 13, I mo., 1815. 

The birth of Joseph & Rebekeah Potter children: 
Jacob, born 23, 2 mo., 1737. 



James, 




20, 


9 




1738- 


Catherine, 




28, 


II 




1740-1. 


Peter, 




20, 


3 




1743- 


Abigail, 




20, 


3 




1745- 


Rebekah, 




18, 


9 




1747- 


Sarah, 




30, 


10 




1749- 



The birth of Joseph & Abigail Potter's children: 
Daniel, born 25, 5 mo., 1756. 
Lydia, " 2, 2 " 1758. 
Joseph, " 27,4 " 1760. 

The birth of Peter and Lydia Tilton children: 
Abigail, born 22, 7 mo., 1723. 
Daniel, " 5, 9 " 1725. 
Amos, " 6, 8 " 1727. 

Lydia, " 15,3 " 1731. 
Hannah, " 27, 8 " 1735. 

Amos Tilton died 15, 10 mo., 1765. 

John Lippincott born 20, 2 mo., 1725. 
Mary Hulet " 7, 2 " 1727. 

The birth of John & Mary Lippincott children : 
Dinah, born 17, 6 mo., 1751. 



William, 

Jacob, 

Lydia, 

Margreat, 

John, 



18, I 
15, 9 

2, 3 

3. 12 
21, 3 



1753- 
1755- 
1758. 
1760. 
1763- 



Dinah, dau. of John and Mary Lippincott, died 12, 8 mo., 1751. 
John Lippincott " 28, 12 " 1764. 

The birth of John & Elizabeth Brinley children : 
William, born 21, 10 mo., 1745. 
John, 
Lydia, 
Joseph, 

dau.. 

Reap, 
Jacob, 



13. 


9 


(i 


1748. 




3. 


6 


<( 


1751. 




25. 


12 


ti 


1754- 


j to have been called Deborah 


18, 


3 




1758. 


I if it had lived. 


4. 


10 


it 


1759- 




4. 


12 


«i 


1763- 





Elizabeth Brinley, the wife of John Brinley, died 14, 2 mo., 1763. 



350 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

The birth of Brittain & Ann Codies' children : 

Lydia! *^'"^' ''°''" 9- 9 mo., 1765. 
Sarah, " 26, 8 mo., 1767. 

The birth of Benjamin & Rebeckah Jackson children : 
Elizabeth, born 14, 7 mo., 1763. 
Rebecker, " i, 10 " 1765. 
Lydia, " 3, i " 1768. 

Ann, " 5, II " 1770- 

Benjamin, " 13, 2 " 1773. 

Elizabeth, dau. of B" & Re" Jackson, died 25, i mo., 1780. 

Rebeckah Jackson, wife of Benjamin Jackson, " 21, i " 1791. 
Benjamin Jackson, father of the above children, " 15,2 " 1807. 

The birth of Edman & Elizabeth Lafetra children : 
Edman & ^^.^^ j^^^^ 6 

Hannah, ' ^ 

Ame, " 12, 3 " 1769. 

Elizabeth, " 29, i " 1771. 

The birth of Richard & Alice Lawrence children: 
Sarah, born 26, 9 mo., 1763. 

Richard, " 3, 4 " 1765- 
Mary, " 16, i " 1767. 

Elizabeth, " 11, 11 " 1769- 
Margaret, " 29, 3 " 1772. 
PhilaAnn, " i, 5 " I775- 

Phila Ann Lawrence died 23, 8 mo., 1789. 
Margaret Lawrence " 7, 6 " 1791. 

The birth of Hugh & Mary Jackson children : 
Mary, born 13, 6 mo., 1746. 

Benjamin, 
Isaac, 
William, 
Hugh, 
Mary, 
Peter, 
Joseph, 

William, son of Hugh & Mary Jackson, died 10, 5 mo., 1802. 

The birth of Thomas & Margreat Curtis' children : 
Joseph, born 5, 2 mo., 176^. 
Mcribah, " 25, 2 " 1770. 
Elihu, " 18, 7 " 1772. 

John, " 17, 7 " 1775- 

Hugh, son of Hugh Jackson & Mary Jackson, born 2, 10 mo., 1754. 
Rebecca Jackson, wife of Hugh, born 10, 10 mo., 1763. 



2, 


TO 




17=^8. 


18, 


6 




1750. 


22, 


6 




1752. 


2S, 


?, 




1754- 


14. 


6 




1756. 


19- 


7 




1758. 


21, 


9 




1760 



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351 



Their children are : 












Deborah, 


born 2 


II 


mo. 


, 1782. 


Morris, 


ii 


* } 


4 


<( 


1786. 


Rebecca, 


(( 


31. 


8 


U 


1788. 


Hugh, 


ii 


9. 


10 


il 


1790. 


Peter, 


il 


23. 


4 


t( 


1792. 


William, 


It 


26, 


3 


(1 


1794. 


Isaac, 


ii 


9. 


10 


u 


1795- 


James M., 


ii 


II, 


9 


tl 


1797. 


Mary, 


ii 


19. 


3 


ii 


1799. 


Anne, 


u 


25. 


2 


ii 


1801. 


Benjamin, 


a 


3> 


II 


ii 


1803. 


Nathan, 


a 


15. 


8 


(t 


1805. 



The 2"' son died at birth, 1787. 
Rebecca, Jun', died aged 6 yrs. 4 mo. 



Isaac, 


H ii 


2 mos. 


Mary, 


" 12, 


10 nio., 1853. 


Nathan, 


" 3. 


2 " 1854. 


Rebecca, 


8, 


4 " 1806. 


Hugh, Jun"", 


" 22, 


2 " 1829. 


Peter, 


" 8, 


II " 1829. 



Margaret Corlies died 10, 11 mo., 1779. 

The birth of Jacob & Ann Laing children : 

David, born 30, 10 mo., 1759. 



Margret, 


' 10, 


9 




1761. 


Ann, 


' 20, 


3 




1764. 


Jacob, 


' 21, 


9 




1766. 


Isaac, 


' 21, 


2 




1769. 


Rebeckah, 


' 20, 


3 




1771. 


Abraham, 


' 2, 


4 




1772. 



6[?] ' 
24 ' 
22 ' 


11 ^lllKJ.y 

' 6mo., 
' lomo., 
' 8mo., 


1759- 
1761. 

1763- 


12 ' 
10 ' 


' iimo., 
' imo., 
' 8mo., 


1765- 
1768. 
1769. 


18 ' 


' 5mo., 
' 6mo., 


1771. 
1777. 



Ann Laing died 23, 6 mo., 1775. 
Leah " " i, 3 " 1823. 

The Berth of William & hannah Jackfon's Children: 

Ann Jackfon was born in Shrewfbury th 15 th 2mo., 1758. 

Sarah " " " " 

Mary " " " " 

Eliz"" " " " " 

William " " " " 

Deborah " " " " 

Rebeckah" " " " 

Deborah " " " " i " Smo., i77i-[?] 

Maribah " " " " 

Sarah Jackfon Departed this Life, th 22th, 8mo., 1777. 

The Berth of William & Hefter Tilton's Children : 
Thomas Tilton was born the 14 of th 4mo., 1771. 
Amos " " " 7 " lomo., 1774. 

William W. Tilton, son of Amos and Elizabeth Tilton, was Bom I2M°, 19"", 1802. 

William W. Tilton, son of Amos and Elizabet Tilton, Died 3M», I6*^ 1874. 

The Berth of Jofeph & Hannah Wardell Children, & also his own. 
Jofeph Wardell was Born in Shrewfbury, th 26 th 3mo., 1724. 
Daniel " " " 23 " 8mo., 1754. 

James " " " 10 " 7mo., 1756. 

John Nicholfon Wordell " 10 " 2mo., 1763. 

Charles W^ardell " 10 " gmo., 1766. 

Margret " " 23 " gmo., 1768. 

Alice " " 2 " Iimo., 1770. 

Jofeph " " 7 " 8mo., 1776. 

Hannah Margret " 27 " 4mo., 1778. 

George Nicholson Wardell, son of Daniel Wardell, 25, i2mo., i786[?] ; born in Middeltown. 



3S» HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Jofeph Warden Departed this Life th 28 th iimo., 1776. 
Alice " " " " 29 3mo., 1777. 

Margret " " " " 21 4mo., 1777. 

Daniel " " " " 25 8mo., 1787. 

Jacob Burdg Was Born th 5th 4 month, 1743. 

Judith " " " 95 " 1751- 

Lydia " Dau. of Jacob and Judith Burdg, was Born th 23'' th 8 month, 1770. 

Joseph Burdg "[son?]" " " " 31 3010., 1772. 

Anthony " " " " " " 12 lomo., 1774. 

[Written on a piece of paper, pinned on the page directly after the preceding births, is the 
following:] 

" N:B: Jacob Burdg and wife was born in Old Stile and their Children in the New Stile." 

Mary Evalath, daughter of Joseph and [In lead pencil, " Clarinda "] White, of Ruiiisoiii, Niece of 
Benjamin White, of Shrewsbury, see Page 20, and Widow of John Eveleth, Died at Gcrmcntown, 
Pa., on the 12 of 2°'' M", 1895, Nearly 96 years of Age; buried at Shrewsbury. 

Peter White was bom th 19th [?] 6 month, 1746. 

Patience " " " th 12th 8 month, 1757. 

Amos White, the son of Peter and Patience White, was Bom th 15th i month, 1777. 

Mary White was Born loth, iimo., 1778. 



Jean " 


11 ii 


I 8mo., 1780. 


Sarah " 


If a 


lomo., 25"", 1781. 


Hannah " 


It tt 


7mo., 4'^ 1783. 


Phebe 


u t( 


4mo., I9*^ 1785. 


Abigail " 


i( i( 


8M0., 29•^ 1787. 


Peter 


a a 


3M0., 26"', 1789. 


Samuel " 


a a 


4M0., 2'"', 1791. 


Allen 


it a 


10"' Mo., 8'", 1793. 


Elizabeth " 


" " 


2^ mo., 18*'', 1796 


Jane 


(f 11 


loM"., 31, 1798. 



Jean White Departed this Life th 5 th 8 month, 1780. 
Abigail " " " " "II Mo, 26, 1789. 

Samuel " Died 8'" Mo, 2f^, 1793. 

Peter White, the Father, Died 3M"', 26'", 1798. 

The Births of Edmund and Miriam [" Tilton," in another hand] Williams' Children: [" Resided near 
Colt's Neck," in another hand.] 

1 Elizebeth Williams was Born th i8th 8 month, 1763. 

2 Margret " " " 5 " 12 



3 Tvlee " " " 30" I 

4 Phebe " " " 10" 5 

5 Anne " " " 8" 6 

6 Mary " " " 31 " 12 

7 Miriam " " " 29" i 



1765- 
1768. 
1771. 

1774- 
1776. 
1781. 



Following, in another hand: 

1 Elizabeth Married Joseph Allen; See Page 66. 

3 Tylee " Elizabeth Hartshorn, 10 of i^* M", 1792. 

2 Margaret " Joseph Throckmorton. 

4 Phebe " Henry Burr. 

5 Anne " Woodward. 

6 Mary " Samuel Ten Brook, M. D. 

7 Miriam " Seth Lippencott. 

3 Tylee Williams Married Elizabeth Hartshorn, 10 of i" Month, 1792. 

Their children were: 



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353 



EHzabeth Williams, Born 1792; Married Joseph Parker. 



Edmund 

Miriam ' 

Hannah 

Phebe 

Edmund T. ' 

Esek Hartshorn' 

Jane 

Mary 

Susannah ' 

George ' 



1795 
1797; 
1800; 
1802; 



loM", 30, 1804; 
1807- 



Married Benjamin W. Corlies. 
" Joseph Woolley. 

" Jacob Hubbard Corlies. 

Lucy Carpenter, 1836, daugh[tore?] [of] W" 



1810; Married Robert Wardell. 

1812 

See Page 67 1814 

1818. ■ 



The Berth of J[e?]ames and Rebecah Williams'es Children. 
Champlis Williams was born the 29th, 2 month, 1768. 
John " " " " 27 10 " 1769. 

Daniel " " ""47 " I77i- 

Daniel Williams, son of James and Rebecah Williams, departed this life at eight months and fourteen 

days old, 1772. 

Rebecah Williams, daughter of Joseph and Rebecah Potter, departed this life 4mo., 13"', 1774. 

The births of Robert and Esther White's Children; with their own. 
Robert White was born 11'" month, 24"^, 1753. 
Esther Crawford " " 2"' month, 3'', 1761. 



Rob' White & Esther Crawford, zivs married 7*'^ 
Crawford White was born 6"" month, 14' 
Catharine " 



mo., 

th 



Tylee 

Robert Bowne White 
Lydia Grover White 
William C. White 



3 mo-. 
10"' mo., 
10*'' mo., 
i2"'mo., 20 

9mo., 8'", 



25" 
29' 

17' 

,th 



1782. 
1784. 
1786. 
1788. 
1791. 
1794. 



1780. 



Esther White, Wife of Robert, departed this Life the lo"" of the 5"" mo., 1797. 

Tylee White, son of Robart & Easter White, departed this life the 28 day of th 9 Month, and 5 day 

of the weak, in the year 1802. 

The birth of George and Martha Parker's Children. 



James Parker was born the 


2" mo., 25, 1764 


John " " " " 


6 mo., 7, 1766. 


Elizab'" " " " " 


4 mo., 4, 1769. 


George " " " " 


10 mo., 25, 1772. 


Susannah " " " " 


4mo., 19, 1775. 


Jacob " " " " 


4mo., 23, 1778. 


Phebe " " " " 


Smo., 22, 1781. 


Martha " " " " 


7mo., 28, 1784. 



The births of David and Sarah Tilton's Children. 
William Tilton was born 7Mo.''', 4, 1773. 



David 



iMo.'\ 8, 1785. 



Births Of Peter and Margaret [In lead pencil "Tucker"] Corlies's Children. 
John Corlies was born ii"" Month, 4'^ 1775. 



Peter " 


" " 7'" ' 


Jacob " 


gth 


Phebe " 


" " 4* ' 


Leah " 


" ijth 


Sarah " 


gth 



30^' 

15" 



27' 



Edward Pen[n]ington Corlis was bom 



1778. 
1781. 

1783. 
1786. 
1789. 
4«', 22'^ 



1793- 



354 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

yrs. mo. Days. 
Jacob Corlies departed this Life 3'' M''", 5, 1782. [In margin Aged o, 6, 20. ] 
Phebe Corlies Died 3^1", 26'^ 1847. [In margin aged "63-11-25."] 
Peter Corlies Died iM", 23''<', 1846. [In margin aged "67-5-23."] 
Edward P. Corlies Died yM°, 28"", 1857. [In margin aged " 64-3-06."] 
Sarah Corlies Died qM", 2°^, 1866. [In margin aged "77-1-0."] 
Leah Corlies Died 4M", 2"'', 1870. [In margin aged "83-4-5."] 
John Corlies Died 2M", 22°'^, 1853. [In margin aged " 77-3-18."] 

Margaret [Interpolated " Tucker "] Corlies Died 3M", 23'-<', 1835. 
Peter Corlies Died iiM", 21"^ 1833. 

[In margin " Parents of above named children."] 

[In lead pencil " No children born to this Family."] 

Births Of Benjamin and Hannah Jacson's Children. 
Hugh Jackson Born q*"" mo., 22, 1778. 



Joseph 


' " II " 


24, 1780 


Eliza*" 


■' 3 " 


26, 1782 


Mary 


" 8 " 


12, 1784 


Mary 


' " II " 


10, 1785 


Mercy 


" 5 " 


27, 1787 



Micajah Willis Jackson Born S"" mo., 22, 1789. 

Jefse Jackson was Born th i day th 5 month, 1795. 

Benjamin Jackson was Born th 7 day th 10 mo., 1797. 

Mary Jackson Departed this Life g^^ mo., 22°^, 1789. 
EUzchath Jackson Departed this life th 19 day th 4mo., 1795. 
Benjamirt Jackson, Ju% Departed this life th 29 day th gmo., 1803. 

Births of Jacob and Eliz"^ Wollcy's Children. 

Benjamin Woolley was born 9"'[?] mo., [2o"'or 10*''], 1785. 
Catharine ]VooUcy IVollcy was born S**" mo., 7"", 1787. 
Jacob Woolley, Jun'' " " 5*"^ mo., 22,"^^, 1789. 

Eliza"' Woolley " " 9'" mo., 5«^ 1793. 

Eden Woolley " " 3^"^ M«, i", 1801. 

Emeline Woolley " " s*" M», 9*^ 1808. 

Jacob Woolley Died io*'> M", 7'^'', 1826. [In lead pencil " Born 2, 2o[?], 1760."] 
Elizabeth [Interpolated "Tucker"] Woolley, Died 12'" M», 3I'"', 1854. " Age 895"." 

[In lead pencil " Born 3, 22, 1767."] 
Eden Woolley Died iiM°, I8'^ 1892. " Age 91''" 8'^" 17^." 

Births of Elihu & Mary [Interpolated in lead pencil "Jackson "] Woolley's Children. [In lead pencil 
" Married 1767."] 

Deborah Woolley was born the 2'^ day of the 12^'' mo., 1776. 



Samuel 

Ruth 

Mary 

Elihu 

Tylee 



19*" 
13th 

16*'' 
20'^'' 



9"^ " 1778. 

11*" " 1781. 

5*" " 1785. 

8'" " 1788. 

-*'■ " 1791. 



William I. [or J.] Woolley was born the 27* day of the 6"' mo., 1793. 

Deaths of Elihu & Mary Woolley's Children. 

Mary Woolley, the wife of Elihu Woolley, departed this life the 10*, 4m", 1816; aged 59 y", 9m'', 
26 days. 

Elihu Woolley departed this life 6m'', 12*''', 1832. Age about 84 y". 

Ruth Lafetra, daughter of Elihu & Mary Woolley, departed this life on the 6'^'' day of 4"" mo., 
1854; aged y2 years, 4 months and 22[or 23] days. 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 355 

Deborah Hurley departed this Hfe on the i'" day 1 1"' M", 1856. Aged 795' II'°"^ 29". 

Samuel Woolley departed this life on the 16"' day of 9^^" M", 1875. Aged 96^", 11"", 27 days. See 

Page 70. 

" Mary Woolley Married a Conover, of Middletown, and Moved to Ohio." 

" Elihu Do Moved to Shelby Co., State of Ohio." 

" Tylee Do Married a Conover; Moved to Ohio, A. D. 1816." 

"William J. Do Resided at Mattawan, Monmouth Co., N. J.; and died there." 

George Parker departed this life ii"" M", is"^"", 1798; aged 58 years & six months. 

Mary White, Daughter of and Phebe White, Died at Shrewsbury, 8"" M", 23'''', 1874. Aged 

76 years. 

Clarance White, son of William and Edith White, died 10"" M", 19'", 1894. Age 62 years, and 11 
Months, at Shrewsbury. 

William White Married Edith Adams, daughter of Joseph and Amy Lundy Adams, of or near Hard- 
wick, N. J. 

Two children survived them, Clarance; Not Married. 

Phebe, who Married John Dewine [or Devine], of Ocean Port, N. J., and had three children. 

[In margin " Note of A. D., 1897."] 

Jofeph Jackson was born th 20 day of the 12 M", 1724. 

" The following Record is found in the back from 1732 to 1756, A. D., and Probably refers to the 
Joseph and Sarah [In lead pencil "Woolley, daughter of John Woolley"] Jackson's Children:" 

Lydia Jackson, Born is"" Day of ii"" M", 1752. 

Meribah Jackson Born on the is*"" [In lead pencil s*""], 6"^ M°, 1754. 

Benjamin Jackson " " " ii">, 12"' M°, 1755. 

John Jackson " " " 11'", s''" M°, 1757. 

Pheb'e " •*^'"' " " " ^°*'' ^* ^^°' ^759- 

Sarah Jackson, Daughter of Joseph and Sarah Jackson, his second Wife, was Born on the 11"' Day 
of 12"' [In lead pencil 10'"] M°, 1765. 

Ann Jackson was born on the 20*'', 3'''' M°, 1767. 

Deborah " " " " " I4'\ f M°, 1769. 

Joseph " " " " " 22°i, i^t M", 1772. 

William " " " " " 02"'', 3^" M°, 1774. 

Jonathan " " " " " o6'\ 10*" M", 1776. 

■Larrence " " " " " o8f^ 11*" M", 1778. 

Rebefkah '' -"^^'''"^ " " " ^^°'' °^"' ^^"' '78o. 
Elizabeth " " " " " i^.'^^, 8'" M", 1784. 
Ester Jackson " " " " 29*^ z"^ W, 1788. 

Sarah Lawrence, now the Wife of Joseph Jackson, was Born on the 26 Day of 7*'' M", old stile, 1742. 
" We find a foot Note that the above i^' Wife, Sarah Jackson, was Sister to Benjamin and 
Catherine Woolley, whose Parents, John Woolley and Patience [In lead pencil "Lippitt"; " Lippen- 
cott," scratched out] were Married in Middletown, Monmouth Co., A. D., 1717 [1747?]; [In lead 
pencil " 1 1*'", 17."] 

Jofeph Jackson departed this life th 9 day of the 11 M", 1799. 

" of a Book of Records, of Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting above Joseph Jackson." 

Sarah Jackson, wife of Joseph, Mother of aforesaid 6 children. Departed this life on the 20*'' Day 
of 8'^ M°, 1759. 

Sarah Jackson, Daughter of Joseph and Sarah, Died 16'* of la"" M», 1759. 

William Jackson, Father of above Joseph, Died 10 Day of 3'''' M", 1776. 

Meribah Jackson, Daughter of Joseph and Sarah Jackson, and wife of Nathan Jackson, Deceased 
ig*"" day of 3"' M", 1777. 

Ann Jackson, Mother of aforesaid Joseph Jackson, Departed this Life in the 7"" M», 1777. 



356 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Jonathan Jackson, Son of Joseph and Sarah, Died Bcgining of 7 M", 1777. 
Joseph Jackson, " " " " " Died 7'" Day of 10'" M", 1781. 
Ester Jackson, Daughter " " " " 20'''' " " 9*" M°, 1793. 
Sarah Jane " ■ — — — — 

Births of WiUiam and Achfha Hance Children; with her own. 
Achfha \Vhite was born the 9 day of the 11 M", 1765. 
Revo Hance " " " 9 " " " 11 m», 1790. 

EHzabeth Hance, Daughter of W" & Margaret Hance, was Born the 10'" day of the 3"^ M", 1802. 

Obediah T. Hance was Born the 15'" day of 3 M», 1806. 

Deaths of WilHam and Achfha Hance Qiildren; with their own. 
Achfha Hance departed this Hfe the 20'" day of 8 M", 1796. 
Obadiah Tihon Hance departed this Hfe 8 M" 26th, 1825. 
Wihiam Hance departed this Life i m" 30th, 1827. 
Margaret Hance departed this Hfe 8 m°, 22'', 1849; ^g^d ^o years, 9 m", & 26 days. 

Elizabeth Hance, Wife of Robert Hance, and daughter of W" & Margaret Hance, died 6 M", 6*'', 
1872, at Runso)i, N. J. 

Births of George and Patience Corhes' Children. 



Benjamin 


Corlies was 


born 


th 19 dav th 8 M°, 


i77=;- 


Jacob 






" 8 " " 4 M", 


1778. 


Jofeph 






"21 " "2 M", 


1780. 


Sarah 






" 14 " " ID M", 


1781. 


Jofeph 






" 5 " " 10 M°, 


1784. 


Mary 






" 2 " " 2 M", 


1787. 



Deaths of George and Patience Corlies' Children. 

Jofeph Corlies departed this life the 6 day the 9 M", 1781. 
George Corlies " " " " 12 M", i«', 1816. 

Parents : 
Patience " " " " " 4 M°, II'^ 1840. 

Births of William and Ruth [Interpolated in lead pencil " Woolley "] Jackson Children. [In lead 
pencil " m.[ Married?] 1777."] 

Samuel Jackson was born the 5 day of the 4 Month, 1778. 

James " " 

Mary 

Brittain 

WilHam 

Leah 

Hartshorn " 

Rebekah " " ' 



" 20 


(1 


(f 


" 4 


Month, 


1780. 


" 14 


(( 


a 


" S 


a 


1783- 


" I 


a 


a 


" 8 


i( 


i7«S- 


" 4 


a 


a 


" 10 


(t 


1787. 


" 18 


li 


a 


" I 


(t 


1791. 


" 26 


a 


a 


" II 


it 


17Q5- 


" 7 


a 


li 


" 9 


it 


1799. 



Births. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents 



Their 
Residence. 



John Hartshorne 

Lucy " 

Hannah " 

Sam' Hop"'^ Hartshorne [?] 



gth J^p 22th, I80I 


John & Elizabeth 






Hartshorne 


Shrewsbury 


5th Mo igth^ 1804 


John & Hannah 






Hartshorne 


D" 


jjth y[o 23rd^ 1802 


D" 


D" 


10 M" 22, 1807 


D° 


D" 



SECOND BOOK 
Lawrence Hartshorne[?] 
Joseph Wolcott 
John 



Abigail 
Clementine " 



Lydia 



Hannah 

Peter Tilton Wolcott 

Benjamin " 

Daniel & Abigail " 

Samuel Potter 

Hc>icry[ln lead pencil " W."] 

Peter Wolcott, Father of the 

above Children. 

Lydia Wolcott, wife of Peter 

Wolcott. 



OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 
9 M" 12 1811 
gth MO 5.h^ J 778 

3'h M° 22">, 1780 



357 



D» [" Phila " in lead 

pencil] D" 

Peter & Lydia [Interpo- 
lated " Potter "] Wolcott Shrewsbury. 



3'" M" 31'", 1782 
8"" M", 28'", 1784 



s*" w, 7f^ 1786 



11*" M", II, 1788 
5^" M", 27, 1 79 1 

8 M", 15, 1793 
5 M", 31, 1795 

II M°, 7, 1796 
5 W, 22, 1799 

9 ]\I», 28, 1753 
2 M", 2, 1758 



[In lead pencil "Ann 
Smith " — probably means 
married.] 



[In lead pencil " Vanote " 
probably means married.] 

[Lead pencil " Branson," 
(or Branson) " Benj. s. 
Jos."] 



Burials. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 


Age 


Where 
Buryed. 


Late 
Residence. 


2M0, 22, 1787 
3M°, 22, 1794 
8M», 29, 1795 
9M'', 21, 1795 
Qt" M", 20, 1883 


Y' M'« days 

4, 10, 22, 
077 


Shrewsbury 
ti 

it 

It 

Orange, N. J. 


Shrewsbury 

tt 

a 




ti 


84-3-28, 


Shrewsbury 



Abigail Wolcott, Daughter of 
Peter and Lydia Wolcott. 
Benjamin Wolcott, 
Abigail Wolcott, 2""', 
Daniel Wolcott, 
Henry W. Wolcott, 



Births. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



Manuel Pearce, 

Elizabeth Pearce, wife of 

Manuel. 

Miribah, 

Jeremiah, 

Benjamin, 

Nathan Allin, 

Elizabeth, 

Cleffe, or Eliz'^^ 

Ann, 

Lydia, 



6th MO^ gth^ 1758 

jth Mo_ J 2"=, 1 761 
ioM°, 3, 1790 

qM", 24, 1 79 1 

3M», 9, 1793 

iM», 5, 1795 

4M°, I, 1796 

iM", 4, 1801 

9M'', 23. 1802 
I2M'', 19, 1803 



Manuel & Eliz"' Pearce 



Shrewsbury. 
Shrewsbury. 



3S8 


HISTORICAL 


MISCELLANY. 




Eliz'" Lafetra, 


7*" M", 5*", 1793 Sam' 


& Eliz«' [Interpo- 








lated 


" Allen"] Lafetra. 


Shrewsbury. 


Nathan Allin Lafetra, 


iiM», 19, 1797 




tt 


a 


Rilee 


9M'', 27, 1800 




<( 


n 






[Interpolated " Married 








Miribah Wolcott."] 




W°> Penn 


5M°, 8, 1803 




(t 


n 






[Interpolated " Married 








Elizabeth Woolley."] 




James Lafetra, 


3M°, 19, 1808 




it 


« 






[Interpolated " Married 








Sarah Wolcott."] 




Henery Lafetra, 


9M°, 9, 1810 




a 


« 




Burials. 






Names of the 


When 


Age 


Where 


Late 


Deceased. 


Deceased. 




Buryed. 


Residence. 


Jer"" Pearce, Son of 










Manuel & Eliz^'' Pearce 
Ehz*" Pearce [Dau.?] 


I2«' M", 8'", 1 79 1 
iiM", 5, 1801 












Shrewsbury. 


Augusto C, Wife of 










Thomas H. Lafetra, 


6, 9, 1877 


gr gmontha 


Squan, 


Squan. 


Eliz*" Lafetra, daug*^ of 




y m d 






Sam' & Eliz*" Lafetra, 


3th M", f\ 1795 


I 8 2 


Shrewsbury 


" * 


Henery Lafetra, 


am", IS, 181 1 


0, 6, 6 


Shrewsbury, 


i< * 


WilHam P. Lafetra, 


yW, 24"', 1873 


70, 2, 16 


Shrewsbury, 


Eaton Town. 


N. Allen Lafetra, 


9, 27^ 1877 


79. 10. 8 


Squan, 


Squan. 


Rilee A. Lafetra, 
Samuel Lafetra, 


T^^fi 


26 [years] 
67 






1835 







[" Parent," in margin.] 



Births. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



Samuel Lafetra, 

John 
Joseph 
Deborah " 

Nathan 



3th j^^o^ i^th^ 1^58 

6M°, 3, 1769 
2M°, 19, 1776 
3M'', 22, 1778 

4M°, 17, 1780 



James & Eliz'''' ["Lippen- 

cott" interpolated] Lafetra. Shrewsbury. 

[Interpolated " Married 

Elizabeth Allen."] 

II « 

[Interpolated " Married 
Hannah Card."] 

[Interpolated " Married 

Ruth Woolley."] 

11 « 

[Interpolated " Married 
'Hugh Jackson. No chil- 
dren."] 



• This probably means Shrewsbury, as Squan in the entry above, is apparently written in later, between this and the 
preceding entry. 



George Woolcott Lafetra, 
["2"'' wife," in margin.] 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 
5M», 30, 1793 



359 



James & Meribah [Inter- 
polated " Wolcott "] La- 
fetra, 2'"' Wife. 
[Interpolated " Married 
Elizabeth Thock- 
morton."j 



Tilee W. -' 


iM", 23, 1795 




[Interpolated " Married 
Catherine Herring."] 


K 


Benj" Jackson " 


5M°, 2, 1798 




Interpolated " Married 
iebecca A. Wainright."] 


U 


Robert Evil man 


12M'', 28, 1799 




ii 

[Interpolated " Married 
Mary Carter."] 


« 


Mary Hartshome, 


4'" M«, 8'■^ 1799 




W" & Sarah Hartshome. 


M 


Eliza Shreve, 


9M", 9, 1796 




Reuben & Mary Shreve. 


<C 


Sarah 


9M'', 26, 1799 




** 


t( 


Susannah " 


7M", 13, I80I 




(( 


t( 


Mary 


7M°, 14, 1803 




it 


tt 


Martha " 


gM", 21, 1805 




it 


it 


Phebe Ann Shreve, 


12M'', 16, 1807 




i( 


« 




Burials. 






Names of the 


When 


Age Where 


Late 


Deceased. 


Deceased. 




Buryed. 


Residence. 


Eliz'" Lafetra, wife of 










James. 


10*" M°, 26t^ 1784 






Shrewsbury. 








yr 


m d 




James Lafetra, 


7 M°, 20, 1807 


64, 


2, 7 Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 


Joseph Lafetra, 


6'" mo., 5'\ 1854 


78, 


3, 16 Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 


Samuel Lafetra, 
John Lafetra, 


tPt- 


67- 






iOjD 














George Lafetra, 


1860 


67 










Tylee Lafetra, 


1877 


82 






Benjamin Lafetra, 


I87I 


73 










Robert Lafetra, 
Mary Shreve, 


1844 

I2M", 31, 1806 


45 






Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 




Bin 


fhs. 






Names of Children. 


when born. 




Names of the Parents. 


Their 
Residence. 


Hannah Allin, 


6M°, 22, 1786 




Jo' & Eliz*" [Interpolated 
" Williams "] Allin. 


Shrewsbury. 


Edmund [ ?] W. Allin, 


8M°, 14, 1788 




** 


«( 


Phebe Allen, 


iiM", 22, 1791 




[Interpolated " Married 
George A. Codies."] 


tt 


Miriam Allin, 


gW, 23, 1793 




[Interpolated *' Married 
John L. Borden."] 


tt 



360 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Jo^ W. Allen, 
Eliz*" Allen, 
Caroline Allen, 



Jane Allen, 
Deborah Allen, 

Benjn C. Allen, 
Abner & Brazilla, 



6M°, 15, 1796 

loM", 22, 1799 

5M°, 20, 1802 



ioM°, 19, 1806 
4'^'' M°, 24, 1814 

[ii'^'^or 12] M», 27, 1815 
12'" M°, 22, 1817 



[Interpolated " Married 
William Rumson."] 

Jo^ & Sarah [Interpo- 
lated " Corlies "] Allen. 



Eaton Town. 



Burials. 



Names of the 




When 




Age 




Where 


Late 


Deceased. 




Deceased. 








Buryed. 


Residence. 












yr 


m 


d 






Hannah Allin, 




iM°, 


16, 


1787, 


0, 


6, 


24 


Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 


Jane Allen, 




5M°, 


27, 


1807 


0, 


7, 


8 


a 


'* 


rEliz'" Allin, (Mother) 


I2M», 


2, 


1807 


44, 


3. 


18 


it 


'* 


Parents. 




















Joseph Allen, 




3M°, 


7, 


1837 


73. 


ii> 


10 


t( 


it 


Elizabeth W. Allen, 




7M", 


12, 


1820 


20, 


8, 


20 


tt 


tt 


Jo^ Williams Allen, 




I2M°, 


6, 


1857 


61, 


5. 


21 


l( 


Rah way. 


Caroline W. Remsen, 




I2M':', 


I, 


1858 


56, 


6, 


II 


tt 


Red Bank. 


Phebe B. Corlies, 




iM», 


7. 


1863 


72, 


I, 


15 


(t 


Eaton Town. 


Miriam T. Borden, 




5M", 


25. 


1871 


77' 


8, 


2 


tc 


Rumson. 


Sarah, 2""^ Wife of ]o' 


Allen 


7M", 


22, 


1849 


73< 


9. 


3 


(f 


Deal. 


Deborah Allen, 




gW, 


17. 


1814 


0, 


4> 


23 


tt 


Eaton Town. 


Benjamine C. Allen, 




iiM", 


30, 


1873 


58, 


0, 


3 


tt 


Deal. 


Abner Allen, 




5M°, 


6, 


188 1 


63. 


4, 


14 


tt 


Deal. 


Brazilla Allen, 




10 — 




-1888 


70, 


II- 




*i 
















V 


m 


d 






Elihu Allen, 




iiM°, 


30, 


1801 


6, 


II, 


6 


Shrewsbury 


<< * 



Births. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



George Allen, 
John Allen, 
Elihu Allen, 
Phebe Allen, 



Samuel Allen, 



12M", I, 1789 

9M'', 18 [or 13] 1791 
12M'', 24, 1793 

iM°, 21, 1797 



Jediah & Ann Allen. Shrewsbury. 



llM", 25, 1799 



[Interpolated " Married 
Ebenezar[?] Hance, of 
Pa.," in lead pencil.] 

[Interpolated m lead pen- 
cil " our Samuel lived at 
Haddonfield, N. J.; left i 
daughter."] 

* Shrewsbury is evidently meant here, as the entries just preceding this ditto mark are in another hand, and apparently written 
in since the original entries were made. 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 



361 



Joseph Allfn, 
Charles W. Allen, 



SM", 31, 1802 
loM", 29, 1805 



"[?] 
[Interpolated in lead 
pencil '■ Married Sarah 
Walker, [of J Pa.; he re- 
sided in Pa."] 



"[?] 



[The following, in " ", written in lead pencil:] 



" 2°"^ Jed & Joseph Allen, of Eatontown, were brothers. Jediah went to Pa. Jos. Allen's Father 
lived on Edmond Wolcott Place, & no doubt bought in Eatontown, where Jos. A[llen] kept store- 
wheel wright & Blacksmith." 



Eliz'" Williams, 

Edmund " 

Merriam Tilton \\'illiams, 

Han*" Hartshorn Williams, 

Phebe 

Edmund Tylee " 

Esek Hartshome " 

Mary Parker, 



Joseph " 
William " 
Benjamin " 



Hanah 



Robert W. Parker, 
Elizabeth 



iiM°, 19, 1792 
7M°, 19, 1795 

ioM°, 8, 1797 
BM", 4, 1800 

I2M'', 30, 1802 

ioM°, 30, 1804 
SM", I, 1807 

6M°, 16, 1788 



SM", 16, 1790 
9M°, 10, 1793 
4M°, 23, 1795 



7M<', 22, 1798 



BM", 31, 1801 
iiM°, 15, 1804 



Tylee & Eliz* Williams. 



W" & Eliz'^'' [Inter- 
polated in lead pencil 
" Woolley"] Parker. 



[In lead pencil "Hannah 

Lippencott"; probably 

means married.] 
it 

[In lead pencil "Pintard"; 
same comment.] 



[In lead pencil "Pintard"; 
same comment.] 



Shrewsbury. 
Middle Town. 

Shrewsbury. 



Shrewsbury. 



Burials. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 



Age 



Where 
Buryed. 



Late 
Residence. 



Edmund Williams, i^* Son 
of Tylee & Eliz'" Williams, 
Mirriam T. Corlies, 
Robert W. Parker, Son of 
W" & Elizabeth Parker, 



SM", I'^ 1800 
loM", II, 1876 

9M'' 4'^ 18 1 3 



y m d 

5, o, 12 

79. o, 03 
y 

12, o, 4 



Shrewsbury, 
Shrewsbury, 

Shrewsbury, 



Shrewsbury. 
Eatontown. 

Shrewsbury. 



Births. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



Ann Corlies, 
Eliz'" " 
Briton " 



7M'', 16, 1 78 1 
iM», 3, 1783 
yW, 12, 1784 



Briton & Sar*" Corlies. 



Shrewsbury. 



362 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Deborah " 
iJrilon Corlics, 2'"', 
Joseph W. Corhcs, 
Jacob W. Corhes, 
iJcnjamin W. " 

Brittain White, Father of 
the following Children, 

Eliz'" White, Mother of the 
following ChiUlren 

George Allin While, 



4M" 7, 1787 
SM", 22, 1789 
7M", 3, 1791 
3M", 20, 1793 
2M", 9, 1797 



7M", 2, 1747 



Brittain & Din" White. 



Shrewsbury. 



12M", 1, 1775 



Brittain & Eliz"' | In lead 
pencil, interpolated, " Al- 
len, daughter of George 
Allen"] White. 



Brittain White 


6M", 


29, 1778 








it 




New York. 


Joseph 


iM", 


25, 1781 








t( 




'* 


Lvdia 


9M", 


10, 1783 








u 




t< 


Samuel 


3M", 


16, 1787 








tt 




Shrewsbury. 


Lvdia White, 2'"', 


loM", 


14, 1788 








« 




(( 


Tiio- Chalkley White, 


9M'', 


25, 1790 








« 




a 


h:iizabeth 


loM", 


12, 1792 








l( 




u 


Rebckah Wryte White, 


loM", 


8, 1794 








<i 




« 






Burials. 












Names of the 


When 






Age 




Where 


Late 


Deceased. 


Deceased. 










Bury 


ed. 


Residence. 








V'"rs 


m'^ 


days 








Briton Corlics, i"' Son of 


















Briton & Sarah Corlics, 


5M", 22, 


1788 


3. 


10, 


10 


Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 


Deborah Codies, 


7M«, 16, 


1790 


3. 


3. 


9 




ii 


<( 


:Briton Corlies, 


loM", 31 [ 


M, 1816 


77' 


II, 


4 




ti 


u 


Parents: 


















:Sarah Corlies, 


7M°, 28, 


1833 


76, 


4. 


3 




U 


K 


Ann Corlies, 


9mo., 26, 


1836 


55. 


**> 






it 


(( 


Elizabeth Widdifield, 


4mo., 6, 


1852 


69. 


3. 


3 


Philadelphia, 


Philadelphia. 


Hriton Corlies,- 2""', 


7mo., 25, 


i84o[?blottcd| 


51. 


2, 


3 


do 


do 


Joseph W. Corlics, 


lomo., 26, 


i860 


69, 


3. 


23 


New York, 


New York. 


Jacob W. Corlics, 


1 1 mo., .17, 


1864 


71. 


7. 


27 


Phil 


adclhha, 


rhiladclphia. 


licnjaniin W. Corlics, 


5 " 24, 


1884 


87. 


3. 


15 


Shrewsbury, 


Eaton Town. 



Eliz'" White, wife of Brittain 

White, 

Lvdia White, I"' dang*' of 

Brittain & Eliz"' White, 



12M", 5, 171)5 Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury. 

iM", 25, 1785, I, 4, 15 New York, New York. 

Birllis. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



Edward Borough Lafetra, 
Nathan Lafetra, 



8M'\ 20, 1807 
I cm", 29, 18 ID 



Joseph & Ruth Lafetra. Shrewsbury. 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 



363 



Mary 

Mariah 

Joseph Preston Lafetra, 

Eleanor M. Lafetra, 

Elizabeth R. Lafetra, 

Henry Ellwood Lafetra, 

Amey Black, 
Clayton Black, 
Charles Black, 
Sarah Ann " 
Elizabeth " 
William H." 
Mary S. " 



9m", 2y, 181 1 

9m°, 28, 1812 

9m", 5, 1813 

3m'', 26, 1817 

Iini", 22, 1819 

Sni", 1, 1822 

7M", 26, 1801 
2M", 14, 1803 
tW, 24, 1804 
3M", II, 1806 
4M", 18, 1808 
iM", 29, 18 10 
4M", 9, 1813 



Ezra & Rosina Black. 



Chesterfield. 
Shrewsbury. 



Burials. 



Names of the 


Wiien 


Age 




Where 


Late 


Deceased. 


Deceased. 






Buryed. 


Residence. 






yr8 n,t« 


days 






Nathan Lafetra, 


liM", 10, 1810 


0, 0, 


12 


Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 


Mary Lafetra, 


II M", 3, 181 1 


0, I, 


6 




n 


Mariah " 


loM", 31, 1812 


0, I, 


3 


it 


It 


Eleanor M. Thorn, 


2mo ^rd^ 1844 


26, 10, 


7 


Chesterfield, 


Bordcntown, N. J. 


:Ruth Lafetra, 


^mo 5" 1834 


72. 4, 


22 


Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 


Parents : 












Joseph " 


6""> 5, 1854 


78, 3. 


16 


Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 


Henry Elwood Lafetra, 


5"'", 10, 1868 


46 [over 


36J, 0, 9 


" 


Eaton Town. 


Edward B. Lafetra, 


8™", 23, 1855 


48, 0, 


3 


tt 


tt 


Joseph Preston Lafetra, 


2"'", 4, 1892 


78. 4- 


29 


tt 


Slirewsbury. 


Elizabeth R. Lafetra, 


V^ W, 16, 1895 


75. I. 


25 


<< 


Eatontown. 



[In right hand margin appears: "Jo", the Farther, and Elizabeth, Resided on the Farm betwen 
Eatontown and Shrewsbury."] 



Woolman Stokes, 

Sarah Ann Stokes, w 
of Woolman. 


idow 


5 M°, 8'^ 1874 55 y™ 
9M'', I"', 1897 76, 9, 

Births. 


Philadelphia, 

II Lmiral Hill, 
Philadephia, 
Pa. 


Philadelphia, and 
Long Branch. 
Philadelphia, 
summers at 
Long Branch. 


Names of Children. 




when born. 


Names of the Parents. 


Their 
Residence. 


Jacob W. Hurley, 

Hannah E. Hurley, 
Deborah Hurley, 
John D. Hurley, 

Miriam Tilton Woolley, 
Mahlon Woolley, 


7M", 25, 1800 

II M", 4, 1802 
8M», 3, 180S 
2M", 6. 1808 

2M°, 28, 1808 
5M», 4, 1810 


Dennis & Deborah 
Hurley. 

Samuel & Ann Woolley 










Shrewsbury. 





3^4 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Forman Woolley, 
Joseph C. Woolley, 
Ezra Woolley, 
Davis & Timothy Woolley, 

Sarah P. [?]Dorsett, 
James L. Dorsett, 
Jacob E. Dorsett, 

Mary M. Lafetra, 



Sarah P. Lafetra, 



iM", 10, 1812 

12M", 18, 1814 

6M", 5, 1818 

8M», 16, 1820 

iqM°, 7, 1815 
5M», 20, 18 18 
9M°, 12, 1820 

5M», 8«^ 1825 



4M», 6, 1829 



James & Lydia Dorsett. Squan. 



N. [Interpolated 
"athan") Allen & Pru- 
dence, [Interpolated 
" Morton."] Lafetra. 



Squan. 



[In the following six entries, the column for " Names of the Parents," is used for marriages.] 



John M. Lafetra, 
Elizabeth " 
Edmund " 
Deborah 
Samuel " 

William 



9M°, 16, 1840 

1827 

1831 

1834 

1837 

1843 



Married W" Johnson — 

Married Abbie Morris 
Married John Frazee 
Married Mary Allen Allen 
Married i Deborah Wainright 

2 Betsey Curtis 

3 Gertrude Newman 



[In the margin, beginning with Elizabeth Lafetra, is written: "All of Squan."] 

Burials. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 


When 
Deceased. 


Age 




Where 
Buryed. 


Their 
Residence. 


Jacob W. Hurley, 


12m'', I, 1817 


17. 


4, 


5, 


Chesterfield, 


Chesterfield. 


Miriam T. [Interpolated 
" Wife of Anslem Spin- 
ning "] Spinning, 




[Nothing 


more appears of this 


entry.] 


Mahlon Woolcy, 


12M", 17, 1839 


29. 


7- 


13 




In lead pencil 

" Shrewsb." 




Joseph C. JVoolcy, 


7M», 13, 1843 

4M», 25, 1 89 1 
2M», 18, 1896 
3M°, 03, 1896 


28, 

70, 
84, 
77, 


6, 

8, 
I, 
8, 


25 

09 
08 
28 


[In lead pencil 
" N. Y. City."] 

Shrewsbury, 




Davis Woolcy, 
Forman Woolley, 
Ezra Woolley, 


Eatontown. 
Eatontown. 
Eatontown. 


James Dorset, 
Lydia Dorset, 
Jacob E. Dorsett, 


y 

IlM", 22°'^, 1869 85, 

iiM">, 14, 1850 70, 
12M'', 29, 1891 71, 


m 

I, 
10, 

3. 


d 

8 

24 

17 


Squan, 
D" 


Squan. 
it 

It 


John M. Lafetra, 
Mary M. Reynols, 
Sarah P. Appelgate, 


9»», 9t^ 1867 

iM°,i8, 1870 
zM", 5, 1870 


26, II, 23 
44, 8, 10 
42, 9, 29 
[In lead pencil 
probably means 


Squan, 

Squan, 
" M. Geo. Appelgate 
married.] 


Squan. 
Eaton Town. 

t 


Meribah C, daughter 
E. &. Mary M. Reynols, 


9M", 21, 1877 


30- 


7. 


13 


ts 


Squan. 


Nathan Allen Lafetra, 


9M", 27, 1877 


79> 


10, 


08 


« 


€t 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 

Births. 



365 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



Mary W. Lippincott, 

Henry W. Lippincott, 
Henry CorHes, 



Tylee W. Codies, 
Edward Corlies, 
Francis Corlies, 
Sarah 

Susan H. " 
Eliza H. Corlies, 

James B. Wright, 



iiM" 18, 1813 

SM" 28, 1818 
ioM« 2o'■^ 1821 



9M" 5, 1823 
3M" 15, 1826 
6M" 25, 1S27 
iM'^ 26, 1830 
loM" 16, 1832 
9M» 4, 1836 

i823[sic] 

Burials. 



Seth & Mariam 
Lippincott. 

Benj" W. & Meriam T. 
[Interpolated "Williams"] 
Corlies. 



son of John D. and Mary 
B. Wright. 



Shrewsbury. 



Shrewsbury. 



New York. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 



Age 



Where 
Buryed. 



Late 
Residence. 



Edward Corlies, 


5M" 25*, 1826 


2mos jqD 


Shrewsbury, 


Shrewsbury. 


Susan H. Corlies, 


iiM° 21", 1856 


24y iM° s^ 


tt 




Mirriam T., wife of 










B. W. Corlies, 


IOn.0 ijth^ ig^g 


79-0-3° 


u 


Eaton Town. 


Benjamin W. Corlies 


5-24-i884[sic] 


87-3- 1 5 


t( 


" 


[In 


margin, opposite the last two names, is 


written, " Parents."] 




Tylee W. Corlies, 


ii-04-i893[sic] 


70-1-29 


li 


(€ 


Sarah C. Osborne, 


5-i5-i896[sic] 


66-3-19 


Fairview Cemetery, 
Middletown, 


Middletown. 


Francis Corlies, 


4-i7-i897[sic] 


69-7-27 


West Long Branch 
Cemetery, 


Asbury Park. 


James B. Wright, 


3^° 2o«', 1879 


In his 56>"' 
Births. 


Flushing, 
L. Island, 


Long Branch 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



Thomas Cook, 

Rachel Cook, wife of 
Thomas, 



gM" 26'''', 1757 
2M° 16'^*', 1763 



Ebenezer & Sarah Cook. 



Squan. 



In the column for " Names of the Parents " no names are written, but from the position of the 
names of the children, it is fair to suppose that they are the children of " Thomas Cook " and " Rachel 
Cook, wife of Thomas." 



Richard Cook, 
Ebenezer Cook, 
Sarah & Hannah C. [sic] 
Thomas Cook, 
Thomas Cook, 2"^, 
Ebenezer Cook, 



2M0 27*'', 1784 
7-26-1786 
9-21-1787 
1 2-6- 1 790 
6-11-1793 

gM° 26"", 1822 



Thomas & Ann [Interpo- 
lated " Williams Arnahi "] 
Cook.* 

* I am told th.it Ann Willi.ims was the widow Arnald, and second wife of Thomas Cook. 



Squan. 



366 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Rachel Cook, 


3-26-1824 


Joseph H. Cook 




& 


7-27-1826 


Richard Cook, 




Mary Ann Cook, 


I -8- 1 829 


WilHam W. Cook, 


9-2 1 -1830 


Lewis Paleske Cook, 


8-17-1832 


Susan B. P. Cook, 


9-2 1- 1834 


Sarah S. Cook, 


3- 1 0-1837 


Hannah B. W. Cook, 


1 1 -20- 1 840 


CaroHne V. Cook, 


9- 1 8- 1 843 


Names of the 


When 


Deceased. 


Deceased. 



Deaths. 



Age 



Where 
Burved. 



Late 
Residence. 



Rachel [In lead pencil 
" Borden "] Cook, 
Rebecca [In lead pen- 
cil " Combs "] Cook, 



3rd ]^/[o -,th^ igii ^gjT ^ 21'' Squan, 



Squan. 



2°** wife of Thomas, 


9-22-1825 




it 






Richard Cook, 


12-10-1825 


41 -8- 1 3 












Thomas Cook, (snr.) 


6-23-1848 


90-8-27 


Squan, 




Squan. 




[87?-8-27 over 24, 












scratched out.] 








Thomas Cook, [" 2°* " 












scratched out.] 


10-21-1872 


79-4-10 


Squan, 




Squan. 


Rachel C. Pharo, 


iM<'2i", 1855 


30^ 9" 25-5 


Squan, 






William [Interpolated 












"W."] Cook, 


10 1865 


35 


Lost at sea 
Family, 


with 


Shrewsbury. 


Lewis P. Cook, 


9 1870 


38 


Hai'aiiiia, 




Brooklyn. 



[The two preceding have " Cap." written before their names. They were captains of coasting 
steamers.] 



Thomas Cook, 10-21-1872 79-4-10 

[" Parent " written in margin opposite this name.] 

Susan [Interpolated 

" B. P."] C. White, 5-19-1881 46-7-28 

Ann Cook, 4-5-1883 85-7-28 

[" Parent " written in the margin opposite her name.] 



Hannah B. W. Finch 10-7-1897 



Sarah Sherman Cook, 
Ebenezer Cook, 



12-30-1898 
12-26-1898 



56-10-17 



61-9-20 
76-3-00 



Births. 



Squan, 



Shrewsbury, 
Squan, 



Greenwood, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 

Squan, 

Friends' Cemeter>', 
Prospect Park, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 



Squan. 



Shrewsbury. 
Squan. 



St. George, 
Staten Island, 
N. Y. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y, 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Late 
ResideiKe. 



Israel [scratched out & John 
written over it] Williams, 



2nd i^o, 21^', 1782 



Israel & Bathshebe [In lead 
pencil " Woodmancy "] 
Williams. 



Poplar, N. J. 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 



367 



Daniel Williams, 


2' 


2", 


1784 


Hannah Williams, 


I' 


I ", 


1786 


George Williams, 


6' 


10 " 


, 1787 


Mary Williams, 


12' 


24" 


, 1789 


Israel Williams, 


8' 


I ", 


1793 


Ann Williams, 


8' 


7". 


1797 


Catharine T. Williams, 


loM" 30 


'■^ 1808 


Elizabeth T. Williams, 


7' 


.^0" 


, 1810 


John Williams, 


9' 


6", 


1812 


Israel Williams, 


12' 


q", 


1814 


Sarah T. Williams, 


2' 


19" 


', 1817 


Thomas T. Williams, 


3' 


27" 


, 1819 


Hannah P. Williams, 


4' 


17" 


\ 1822 


Ann C. Williams, 


8' 


II " 


', 1824 


Charles Edward Williams, 


12' 


18" 


, 1827 


Mary Williams, 


2' 


7:. 


1830 



Daniel & Mary [Interpo- 
lated " Tilton "] Williams. 



Poplar. 



Deaths. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 



Age 



Where 
Buryed. 



Late 
Residence. 



Israel Williams, 

Bathshebe Williams, 
Constant Williams, 



jqM° ^rd^ j3q^ |-j„ ig^j pencil 



9-12-1800 
II -6- 1 804 



47-4 ?-23"] 



[In the margin opposite the preceding two, " Wives of Israel."] 



John Williams, 
Daniel Williams, 
Hannah 



9-18-1800 
10-26-1865 



i85'6"»24« 
81-8-24 



George Williams, 
Mary Williams, 
Israel Williams, 
Ann Cook, 
Mary Tilton Williams, 



2- 1 3- 1 792 



9-21-1800 
4-5-1883 
8^° i8»\ 1865 
[In margin, "wife of Daniel."] 



4-8-3 

7-1-20 
85-7-28 



Daniel Williams, 
Catharine T. Williams, 
[Interpolated "Borden"] 
Israel Williams, 
Sarah T. Williams, 
Hannah P. Williams, 
Elizabeth T. IVoolcy, 
John Williams, 



10' 26", 1865 81^8" 24" 



27", 1867 
25 ", 1852 
26", 1848 
10", 1849 
2-20- 1 89 1 
12-12-1897 



12 
7 
7 

12 



59-1-27 
37-7-16 

31-5-7 
27-7-23 
80-6-20 
85-3-6 

Births. 



Shrewsbury, Poplar. 



Squan, 
Shrewsbury, 


Squan. 
Poplar. 


Shrewsbury, 


Poplar. 


tt 

tt 
It 


Rcmsmi. 

Long Branch. 

Poplar. 
it 


Do Do 


Do Do 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Late 
Residence. 



George L. Williams, 



Mary Elizabeth Woolley, 



j8t Mu^ -,t'h_ 13^2 

gth Mo^ 2I«', 1836 



Thomas T. & Eliza G. 
[Interpolated "Griscom "] • Ocean Port. 
Williams. 

Eden & Elizabeth [Inter- 
polated " Williams "] T. 
Woolley. Poplar. 



368 

Sarah Lavinia Woolley, 
Albert [Interpolated " R."] 
Borden, 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

lo^" M«, I2«^ 1841 
ii"> M°, I2t^ 1842 



Richard & Catharine [In- 
terpolated " Williams "] 
Borden, 



Sarah L. Gillingham [In- 
terpolated " Pa."] [Inter- 
polated " Widow of Yeo- 
inans Gillingham, of 
Frankford, Pa."] 
Mother of Eliza G. 
Williams 



3rd Mo_ 28'^ 1867 



Rumson. 



D [Interpolated " aniel "] 
Williams Borden, 
Charles [Interpolated " E."] 
Borden, 


2°^ M°, 16, 1845 




€( 


12 20 I053 ■ ■- 
Deaths. 






Names of the 
Deceased. 


When Age 
Deceased. 


Where 
Buryed. 


Late 
Residence. 


George L. Williams, 


^rd ^0^ -ith^ 1854 2^ 2"" o"J 


Shrewsbury, 


Ocean Port. 



Eliza G. Williams, 
Elizabeth T. [Interpolated 
" Williams "] Woolley, 
Eden Woolley, 

[In the margin opposite 


4-22-1888 

2-22- 1891 
11-18-1892 
the preceding two. 


74-5-25 
80-6-20 

9I-8-I7 

" Parents."] 


Shrewsbury, 
Shrewsbury, 


Ocean Port. 

Poplar. 
Poplar. 


Sarah Lavina Hance, wife 
of Benjamin B. Hance, 
Richard Borden, 
Catharine T. Borden, 
D. Williams Borden, 


9-1- 1888 

5"> M^ 3o'^ 1863 
i2"> M°, 27'\ 1867 

jst Mo^ gth^ 1881 


46, 10-19 

66-7-3 
59-2 ?-27 
35-10-20 


Rwnsom, 
Rumson, 

Shrewsbury, 


Little Silver 
Rumson. 

New York. 



Births. 



Names of Children. 



when bom. 



Names of the Parents. 



Late 
Residence. 



*Sarah Borden, 
Thomas Borden, 



*Rachel Borden, 
Bcnjaminc Borden, 



4'" M", II, 1759 
11'" M", 6">, 1760 



2- 1 6- 1 763 
I2M° 22, 1766 



Richard & Hannah [In- 
terpolated " Tilton "] Bor- 
den. 



[In newer ink: "Thomas Borden did not Marry." "Benjamin Married Mary Lloyd, Daughter 
of William Loyd, formerly of Philadelphia."] 



John L. Borden, 

Richard Borden, 
William L. Borden, 
Thomas T. Borden, 
Hannah T. Borden, 
Joseph L. Borden, 
Benj" Borden, Jnr., 
Ann Levis Borden, 



jjth yjj,^ 2o'b^ j^p4 

10-27-1796 

3-29-1798 

6-24-1800 
11-9-1801 
1 1 -27- 1 804 
1 1 -26- 1 806 
11-21-1808 



Bcnjamine & Mary [Inter- 
polated " Lloyd "] Borden. 



Rumson. 



These two entries are interpolated since the earlier ones of Thomas Borden and Bcnjamine Borden. 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 



369 



Sarah T. Borden, 
John W. Borden, 

Ellen Ann Hance, 
Rebeca Hance — 



8-8-1811 

2°'' M", 4'^ 1839 

z^° 27*^ 1828 



Bcnjamine & Deborah 

[Interpolated " Woolcy "] 

Borden. 

Isaac B. & Rebecca Ann 

Hance. 



Rumson. 



Deaths. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 



\\'here 
Burved. 



Late 
Residence. 



Thomas Borden, 
Bcnjamine Borden, 
Sarah Borden, wife of 
of John De bow[?], 
Rachel Borden, wife 
of Thomas Cook, 
Bcnjamine Borden, 
Mary, wife of Bj" 
Borden, 

Thomas T. Borden, 
Richard Borden, 
John L. Borden, 
W" L. Borden, 
Joseph L. Borden, 
Benjamin Borden, 
Ann L. Hance, Widow 
of Asher Hance, 
Sarah T. De Gramo, 
widow of James A. 
Degramo, of N. Y., 



John W. Borden, 
Ellen Ann Hance, 
Rcbbcca McAIonagil, 



9"> M°, I7•^ 1848 
3-1 M", I8•^ 18— 



2,2-2-1 J^ 



Rumson, 



Rumson. 



3"' M", I8'^ 18— 

0- 10-1839 

I -29- 1 862 

5-1-1863 

2-3-1864 

6-2-1875 

3- 1 0-1879 

5-17-1889 


825' 2" 14'* 

67-6-6 
61-7-5 

66-7-3 
70-0-3 
77-0-0 

74-3-13 
82-5-21 


Rumson, 

Shrewsbury, 

Rumson, 

Shrewsbury, 


Rumson, 
Plymouth, Pa.^ 



4- 1 5- 1892 



12-25-1898 



10-7- 1 866 
6-24- 1871 
7 1897 



83-4-24 



Rumson, 



87-4-17 Greenwood Ceme- 

tery, of Brooklyn, 
N.'Y., 

277 8™ 3'" Shrewsbury, 

43-2-27 Rumson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 

Births. 



Rur 



Eaton Town. 
Rumson. 

Red Bank. 

Newburg, N. Y. 
Norristown, Pa. 

Red Bank. 



Mont Clare, 
N.J. 

Rumson. 
Rumson. 
Rumson. 



Names of Children. 



when bom. 



Names of the Parents. 



Late 
Residence. 



Mary Eliz"' Borden, 

Ann L. Borden, 
Emley F. [or T.] Borden, 
Sallie D. Borden, 
Josephine Borden, 
Harriet J. Borden, 
Joseph E. Borden, 
Sallie E. Allen, 



Esekcl Allen, 
George C. Allen, 
Meriam T. Allen, 
Angeline Hance, 
Susan W. Hance, 



3rd M", 25•^ 1836 

4- 1 6- 1 838 
7- 1 0-1840 
1 2-7- 1 843 
I -7- 1 845 
6-7-1847 
6-11-1851 
5-25-1851 



I -4- 1 854 
6-16-1855 
8-31-1859 
iM° 24"', 1830 
9-18-1837 



Jo^ L. & Hulda [Interpo- 
lated ■' Combs "] Borden. 



Rumson. 



Abner & Elizabeth W. 
[Interpolated " Combs "] 
Allen. 



Eleazer & Hannah Hance. 



Deal. 



Rumson. 



37° 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Robert W. Hance, 



9-17-1839 In " Parents " column: 

1^' Born 8M°, 29'", 1795 
& 2'"i 3M«, Io'^ 1812. 
Eleazar, son of Thomas 
and Rachel Hance. 
Hannah B. Ward, Wife of 
Eleazar Hance, daughter 
of Nathaniel and Hester 
Ward, of N. Y. 
[The dates following " i^' " and " 2"'V' refer undoubtedly to the births of Eleazar & Hannah 

Hance, mentioned in the " Parents " column as the parents of Angelina, Susan W., and Robert W. 

Hance.] 

Deaths. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 



Age 



Where 
Buryed. 



Late 
Residence. 



Mary Eliz"" Borden, 
Josephine Borden, 
Joseph L. Borden, 
Huldah Borden, wife 
of Joseph, 

Elizabeth W. Allen, 
Abner Allen, 
Sallie E. Allen, 
George C. Allen, 
Resigned Membership. 
Miriam T. Allen Maricd 
Crowsdall[?] & removed 
to Syracuse, N. Y. 
Eleazer Hance, 

Susan W. Hance, 
Hannah B. Hance, 



7'" M", 3o'^ 1861 25y4'"5'3 



3" 10-1879 



1846 1 1 years 

74-3-13 



1 1 -7- 1 883 
8M°, 2o'^ 
5-6- I 88 I 
5- 1 4- 1 894 



1873 



77 

56^' 9™ 26'' 
63-4-14 
42-11-X9 



12 



th 



1867 



yi^cfiT,'^ 



[In margin " Parent."] 

12-26-1863 26-3-8 

1 2-09- 1 89 1 79-2-06 

[In margin " Parent."] 



Rumson, 



Shrewsbury, 



Rumson, 
Rumson, 



Rumson. 
Newburg, N. Y. 

Deal. 



Rumson. 



Red Bank. 



Births. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



Mary B. White, 



12^°, V\ 1869 



Robert B. & Susan [In- 
terpolated " Cook "] C. 
White. Shrewsbury. 

[In lead pencil " Removed by certificate to N. Y., 1894, as Mary B. Billings."] 

Deaths. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 



Age 



Where 
Burved. 



Late 
Residence. 



84^5"' 13" 
85-1-21 



James Lawrence, 7M''. 4"", 1846 

Lydia Lawrence, 4-3-1855 

James [Interpolated 

" L."] Morris, 5M"[over 3] 13*" [over 17] i839[over 1850] 

Abigail Morris, 3-17-1850 

Cirtrude Ann Corlies, 8-20-1882 80 ? 3-20 
daughter of J. & A. Morris. 



Squan, 

Squan, 
Squankuni, 



Squan. 

Squan. 
Squankum. 



SECOND BOOK OF SHREWSBURY, N. J., FRIENDS' RECORDS. 



371 



Ebenezer Curtis, 
Elizabeth Curtis, 
Mary Curtis, 
Susan C. White, 



9M" 1830 

3-22-1837 

8 1830 

5^°i9-i88i 



46-7-28 



Squan, 



Squan. 



Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury. 



[In lead pencil at the top of the following page, " Richard Finch, son of Harry Finch, Rector 
of Episcopal Church, Shrewsbury, N. J."] 

Births. 



Names of Children. 



when born. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



W" Young Finch, 

Hannah B. Finch, 
Thomas Cook Finch, 

Robert White Finch, 
Richard Thomas Finch 
Joseph W. Williams, 



gth ]yio_ i_^th_ j8-,i 

9"> 24 " , 1874 
4-3 " , 1876 

7-18-1877 
8-2-1883 
1 1 -6- 1 824 



Arintha[?] Williams, [In lead pencil " 8-23-1825 "] 



Richard and Hannah B. 
W. Finch. 



Curtis and ) ,,,•„. 
Ann White [ Williams. 

John C. and 
Lucy 



Van Mater. 



New York. 

New Brighton, 
S. I. 



Poplar, N. J. 

Middletown, 
N.J. 



Deaths. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 



Age Where 

Buryed. 



Late 
Residence. 



Hannah B. Finch, op"" 13'" 1875 

Thomas Cook Finch, 7-29-1876 

Robert White Finch, 9-10-1877 

Richard Thomas Finch, 8-20-1883 
Parents 

Hannah B. W. Finch, 



Benjamin Wolcott, 
David F. Wolcott, 

Elizabeth Wolcott, 

Henry W. Wolcott, 
Sybilla Wolcott, 

Arintha Williams, wife 
of Joseph W. Williams, 



IO-7-1897 



2M'' 26, 1892 



yr. mo. da. 
o II 15 
0-3-26 
0-1-23 

o[?]-o-i8 

56-10-17 



Greenwood, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Shrewsbury, 



6 " I, 1892 [In lead pencil West Long 

" 70-8-07 "] Branch Cemetery, 



9-20-1893 
12-23-1890 



12-13-1900 



84-3-24 Shrewsbury, 



76-4-20 



Stapleton, S. I. 
New Brighton, S. I. 



St. George, 
5"/a/m Island, N.Y, 

Eatontown. 



Orange, N. J. 



Asbury Park, N. J. 



[Here follow the names of members of the meetings of " 5*" M", 15'", 1880," and " 7*" M", 4"^, 
1895 & later."] 

Births. 



Names of Children. 



when bom. 



Names of the Parents. 



Their 
Residence. 



Mary W. Osbom, 



Ezra A. Osborn and Sarah 

Corlies Osborn. Middletown. 



372 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



Frank 

Susan " 

Were not born in mem- 
bership and have Jiot an 
interest with Friends. 



Parents of Ezra A. were 
Ezra and Hannah D.[?] 
Osborn. 



Middletown. 



Members by Request. 
Clarreta E. Morris, 
James Wilbert Morris, 



Not in connection with 

Friends. 

James and EUzabeth 

Morris. 



Manasquan. 



Deaths. 



Names of the 
Deceased. 



When 
Deceased. 



Age 



Where 
Burved. 



Late 

Residence. 



Ezra A. Osborn, 
Sarah C. Osborn, 



gM- 2/1' 1895 
5- 1 5- 1896 



yrs. m° Days 
72 5 18 

66-3-19 



Fair View Cemetery, 

Middletown, 

Fair \'iew Cemetery, 

Middletown, 



Middletown. 
Middletown. 



[On the last page of this book, written in an ancient hand is the following.] 
" The Births or Deaths of those, who, in different circumstances have not entered into the regular 
Records." 

Lydia Worden, the wife of Jn" Worden, departed this life i Mo. i6"=, 1786. 

William Jackson, of Deal, departed this life 3"^ Mo. 10, 1776. 
Ann Jackson, his wife, departed this life 7 Mo. 20, 1777. 

Mosher Maxson was born 3 Mo. 6, 1730. 

Mosher Ma.xson died. Aged 57.'' 9." 18.", I2M° 24, 1787. 

John Hartshorne was born 8 M" 6"', 1725; O. S. 
John Hartshorne deceased 2 M° 15, 1813; N. S. 

Ezra Black deceased 9 M° 5, 1813. 

John Morton Was born 4 " [M"] 8, 1762. 
John Morton deceased 8 " [M°] 4, 1836. 

[In another hand; later.] 
Hannah W. Corlies, Daughter of George A. and Phebe B. Corlics, Died 11-27-1892; Aged 76 yrs. 

Elizabeth A. Kelley ["Daughter" dittoed] [of?] Ge". & Phebe B. Corlies, Died 5-9-1896; Age 
86-3-15. 

[In back of this book are a few notes concerning Jcdiah Allen's family, stating he " came from 
New England to Shrewsbury Previous to 1692. Was justice in the court 1700-1701 "; and then 
follows an abstract of his will, dated 15"" Sept., 1711; Pr. 6 Feb., 1711, etc. 

Also a similar account of Edmund Lafetra, the i'*. 

Both of the above references concern persons so well known, that they need no recording in 
this volume.] 



ERRATA. 

The two entries before the last, on page 343, should read: 

Marg-aret Corlies died 26, 2mo., 1798; aged about 89 years. 
Timothy " " 7,10" 1804; " " 68 " iimos. 

The 23rd line, on page 344, should read: 

Jacob, the father of the above named children, died 8, i2mo., 1767. 

Between the 25th and 26th lines, on page 344, should be inserted: 
Peter Corlies died ii'" mo., 2I^^ 1833. 

Between the 28th and 29th lines, on page 344, should be inserted: 
Deborah Corlies Died imo., 7'^ 1853. 
Phebe " •' 8'" mo., 29'^ 1862. 

Jacob " " 7''. 3i'S 1853. 

The 29th line, on page 344, should read: 

Deborah Corlies, wife of Benj'» died 1==' mo., 1", 1828. 

Preceding the first entry, on page 347, should be inserted the following: 

John Hance, of Rumson, Married [In lead pencil, " i, 13, 1760, Catharine"] Wapels. 

Their children: 

Wapels, 

John, 

Isaac, 

Rachel Hance, m. Asher Corlies, of Rumson. 

Elizabeth " " George Woolley. 

Above son John Hance, b. 20, 8mo., 1762; d. 13, 8mo., 1827; md. Ann Borden, dau. of James 
Borden, [In lead pencil, " Susan Robens"], of West Jersey. She was b. 17, 6mo., 1778; d. 28, smo., 
1856. 

Their children: 

Borden Hance, b. 10, 4mo., 1801 ; md. Rebecca Woolley, dau. of Robert, [In lead pencil "& 
Warden '•?] 

John H. Hance, b. 13, 4mo., 1803; not married. 

Asher Hance, b. 14, 2mo., 1805: d. 1™°, 18, 18S9; md. Ann Borden, dau. Benjamin & Mary. 

George Hance, b. 8, 3mo., 1808; md, Sarah White, [dau.?] of Benj. [Interpolated " & 2°<' wife of 
Benj."'] & Sarah. 

Margaret B. Hance, b. 11, 3mo., 1810 [In lead pencil "3-11 "] 1810; md. William Hance. 

Susan B. Hance, b. 14, 5mo., 1812. [In lead pencil " d. 2mo., 23, 1897; not married."] 

Thomas & Christian White's son, George White, md. Ann, dau. of John Lippincott, whose son 
Benjamin White, b. 12 ["4" in lead pencil] of i2mo., 1755; and md. a second wife, Sarah Decoue, 
of Burlington, N. J. Parents of George Hance['s] wife. 

[In lead pencil the following:] 

Benj. White's Brother Robert, Married Hester Crawford, daughter of W™. 

Benj. White's Brother Joseph, Married Clorinda. 

The nth line on page 347, should read: 

Leah Tucker, the wife of Jeames Tucker, Deceased This Life the 18 Day th 2 Month, 1767. 
Aged 73 Yeares old. 

The I2th line on page 347, should read: 

Samuel Tucker deceased gm", 2n'', 1818. 

373 



374 



ERRATA. 



Tlie 42nd line on page 347, should read: 

Meriam Lowrie, mother of the aboves'' Children, departed this life 3010., 7"", 1787. 

The 20th line, on page 348, should read: 

Elizabeth Hance, widdow of Jacob Hance, died 12, 3mo., 1816. 

The 34th line, on page 348, should read: 

Hannah Tilton, wife of Obediah Tilton, died 8, 5mo., 1810. Aged 68 years & 10 months. 

Between the 8th and 9th lines, on page 349, should be inserted: 
Joseph Allen departed this life 3m", f^, 1837. 

The I2th line on page 350, should read: 

Rebeckah Jackson, wife of Benjamin Jackson, died 21, imo., 1791. Aged 53 Years, 10 Days. 

The 13th line on page 350, should read: 

Benjamin Jackson, father of the above children, died 15, 2mo., 1807. Aged 70^'' 7™ 12^. 

The i8th line on page 350, should read: 

Elizabeth " 29, imo., 1771. [Interpolated " Married Daniel Allen."] 

Between the i8th and 19th lines, on page 350, the following should be inserted: 
children of Edmund Lafetra and 2°'* wife, Sarah Potter: 
Jacob Lafetra, b. 1777; 
Died 1847, 
Lydia " b. 1779; 

D. 1856. 
Rebecca " b. 1782; 

D. 

Sarah " b. 1787; 

D. 1794. 

At foot of page 350, Hugh Jackson's birth date is given as " 2, 10 mo.," 1754, while that date, 
"2, 10 mo.," [1748], apparently is given to his brother Benjamin, and his, (Hugh's), birth date "25, 
3 mo.," 1754, among the births of his father's children above. 

On page 355, i6th line, the hand-writing being so poor it is impossible to decide whether the 
marriage was to a Dewine, a Devine or a Dewire. 



INSCRIPTIONS 

FROM 

FRIENDS' MEETING HOUSE YARD, 
SHREWSBURY, N. J. 

The stones in this yard are noticeable for their small size and absence of ornament. It was 
considered among this sect, perhaps more so formerly than now, a mark of pride and too great 
ostentation, to erect tablets over tlieir dead. It is traditionary in Shrewsbury, that, a hundred 
years or more ago, when a number of Friends had too far departed from an obser%'ance of this 
rule, they were promptly brought to a realizing sense of their error, by a co-religionist, of the 
name of Parker. He, accompanied by his laboring men, applied sledge-hammers to the most 
prominent stones, and only ceased, when the debris of many was thrown into the highway, as a 
warning to others. James Steen, Esq., of Eatontown, an antiquary of great diligence and ability, 
has in his possession a portion of a headstone which may be one of the relics of Friend Parker's 
onslaught. This stone is marked, M. P. 1715, and probably stood for Mary Parker. 

There are doubtless many interred here, whose resting-places were never marked, or, if so, 
only temporarily, by wooden tablets, of which no evidence now remains. 

Elizabeth R., daughter of Rylee A., and Meribah S. Lefetra, born 3 mo., 13 day, 1826; died 

2 mo., 12 day, 1876. 
Mary T. Spinning, wife of Benjamin Wolcott, died Sep. 22, 1859; agf^d 46 years, 9 mos., 

2 days. 
Elizabeth, daughter of John and Ann Wolcott, born 11 mo., 19 day, 181 1 ; died 3 mo., 26 

day, 1884. 

Timothy S., son of Joseph and Sarah Herbert 

Joseph Herbert, died July 29, 1885 ; aged 64 years. 

Meribah " 

Scott 

Barbara E., wife of Forman Wolley, died i mo., 15 day, 1884; aged 62 years. 

Samuel Woolley, died g mo., 16 day, 1875 ; aged 97 years. 

Ann, wife of Samuel Woolley, died 8 mo., 6 day, 1871 ; aged 86 years. 

Marian T., wife of Ausel Spinning, died 9 mo., 12 day, 1852 ; aged 44 years. 

Mahlon Woolley, died 12 mo., 17 day, 1829; aged 29 years. 

Benjamin Parker, died 10 mo., 28 day, 1868; aged 73 years, 6 mos., 6 days. 

Elizabeth S., wife of Joseph Parker, born ii mo., 19 day, 1792; died 11 mo., 3 day, 1866; 

aged Ti years, 11 mos., 15 days. 
Joseph Parker, born 5 mo., 16 day, 1790; died i mo., 21 day, 1854. 
Edward Parker, born April 6, 1800; died March 29, 1872. 
Ann " " March 7, 1797; " Jan. 12, 1875. 

Sarah, wife of Joseph Allen, died 7 mo., 22 day, 1849 I aged Ti years. 
Elizabeth, " " Abner " " 8 mo., 20 " 1873 ; in s;**" year. 
Abner Allen, died 5 mo., 6 day, 188 1 ; in 64"^ year. 
Benjamin C. Allen, died ii mo., 30 day, 1873; aged 58 years. 
Joseph Allen, died 12 mo., 6 day, 1857 ; in 62°'' year. 
Caroline, wife of W"" Remson, died 12 mo., i day, 1858, in 57"" year. 
Edna Corlies, died 12 mo., 4 day, 1866; aged 75 years and 10 days. 
George A. " " 12 " 4 " " " Jj years, 8 mos., 8 days. 

Phebe B. " " wife of George, died i mo., 7 day, 1863 ; aged 71 years, i mo., 15 days. 
Phebe Corlies, died 7 mo., 25 day, i86q- aged 76 years. 

375 



376 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

John L. Borden, died 12 mo., 3 day, 1864 ; aged 70 years and 3 days. 

Merriam T., wife of John L. Borden, died 5 mo., 25 day, 1871 ; in 78"' year. 

John W. Borden, died 10 mo., 7 day, 1866; aged 27 years, 8 mos., 3 days. 

Mary P. White, born July 18, 1797 ; died Aug. 23, 1873. 

Deborah " died Sep. 23, i860; aged 61 years, 5 mos., 22 days. [1874. 

Deborah, daughter of Joseph and Abigail Parker, born 6 mo., 13 day, 1794, died i mo., 7 day, 

Leah, " " " " " i mo., 24 day, 1799, died 2 mo., 10 

day, 1884. 
Phebe Tucker, wife of Henry Green, died Jan. 26, 1869; aged 71 years. 
Margaret Tucker, born Jan. 28, 1793 ; died Sep. 23, 1866. 
Hannah, wife of Brittain Tucker, born July 15, 1767; died Feb. 10, 1836. 
Brittain Tucker, born Oct. 30, 1793 ; died Oct. 30, 1848. 

Samuel Tucker, died 4 mo., 20 day, 1853 I ^g<^d -]"] years, 3 mos., 18 days. [days? 

Sarah " " i mo., 18 " 1858; '" 'J^ " 8 " 17 " [22 years, 8 mos., 12 

Elizabeth Tucker, died June 10, 1865 ; aged 78 years. 
Eli Williams, died 3 mo., 10 day, 1863 ; aged 75 years, I mo., 21 days. 
Richard Borden, born 10 mo., 27 day, 1796 ; died 5 mo., 30 day, 1863. 
Catharine, wife of Rich* Borden, born 10 mo., 30 day, 1808 ; died 12 mo., 27 day, 1867. 
D. Williams Borden, born 2 mo., 16 day, 1845 '> ^lied i mo., 6 day, 1881. 
Sarah T. Williams, born 19 day, 2 mo., 1817; died 26 day, 7 mo., 1848. 

Hannah Williams, " 7 " 4 " 1822; " 10 " 12 " 1849. ["los. 

George L., son of Tho' T., and Eliza G. Williams, died 3 mo., 7 day, 1854; aged 2 years & 2 
Mary, wife of Daniel Williams, born 2 day, 12 mo., 1788; died 18 day, 8 mo., 1865. 
Daniel Williams, born 2 day, 2 mo., 1784; died 18 day, 10 mo., 1865. 

Sarah L., wife of Yeamans Gillingham, died 3 mo., 28, 1867 ; aged 82 years, 3 mos., 21 days. 
John Hance, born Nov. 6, 1833 ; died July 7, 1885. 
Susan Borden, born 6 mo., 20 day, 1794; died 8 mo., 24 day, 1880. 
Thomas T. " died l mo., 29 day, 1862 ; aged 61 years, 7 mos., 5 days. 
George C. White, died 1 mo., 25 day, 1852; aged 32 years, 2 mos., 25 days. 

Elizabeth " " 1 1 mo., 7 " 1815; " 34 " 5 " 12 " 

George A. " " 6 " 6 " 1854; " 78 " 3 (or 5) " 5 " 

Elizabeth " " 4 " 2 " 1869; " yj " 

Lydia " " 4 " 22 " 1871; " 84 " 

F. Conrow, died 7 mo., 2 day, 1843. [Wooden head piece]. 

L. " " 9 " 16 " 1848. [ ♦ ]. 

Sarah W. Hance, " June 8, 1855. [ " " " ]. 

Edward " " Aug. 22, 1867. [ " " " ]. 

William Scott, died March 4, 1874; in 90"' year. 

Asher, son of Luke and Sarah Hance, died Sep. 10, 1873 ; aged 2 mos., 17 days. [days. 

Ella, daughter of " " " "11 mo., 21 day, 1881 ; aged 5 years, 3 mos., 3 

Jacob Corlies, born July 15, 1779; died July 31, 1853. 

Hannah U. " " Sep. 11, 1778; died July 17, 1S69. 

Margaret J., wife of Edmund W. Corlies, died Oct. 14, 1857; aged 26 years, 6 mos. 

Jacob H. Corlies, died May 20, 1859; aged 57 years, 3 mos., 15 days. 

Susan G., wife of Robert B. White, born 9 mo., 21 day, 1834; died 5 mo., 19 day. 1881. 

Elizabeth B. White, born 7 mo., 20 day, 1821 ; died 2 mo., 8 day, 1877. 

Mary B. White, " 3 " lo " 1796; " 2 " 6 " 1877. 

William G. " " 9 " 8 " 1794; " 6 " 13 " 1880. 

William W. Tilton, born 12 mo., 19, 1802 ; died 3 mo., 16 day, 1874. 

Elizabeth Ann, wife of W". W. Tilton, born 5 mo., 5 day, 1807; died 3 mo., 4 day, 1859. 

Joseph E. White, died 7 mo., 9 day, 1874; aged 75 years, 5 mos., 17 daj's. 

Deborah Talman, died Feb. 21, 1827; aged 74 years, lo mos. 

Phebe G. Parker, died 1862. 

Benjamin " " 1852. 

Robert " " 1848. 

John " " June 10, 1829; aged 73 years, 11 mos., 4 days. 

Lydia, wife of Peter Parker, died April 17, 1806. [Perhaps more underground.] 



INSCRIPTIONS FROM FRIENDS' MEETING HOUSE YARD. 377 

Peter Parker, died July 23, 1793 ; aged 72 years. 

Jacob Herbert, died March 15, 1874; in 60"" year. 

Hannah " " 12 mo., 25 day, 1865; aged 90 years. 

Susan H. Cot lies, died ii mo., 21 day, 1856; aged 24 years, I mo., 5 days. 

Miriam T. " " 1797-1876. 

Benjamin W. " " 1 797-1 884. 

Catharine, wife of Richard Lawrence, died March 22, 1752 ; aged 30 years, 3 mos., 15 diiys. 

Ephraim Allen, died 24 day, 10 mo., 1747 ; in 57"" year. 

John " " 19 " 4 " 1747; in 27'" " 

Lydia " " 22 " 12 " 1747; in 22°'' " 

John Eattoii, Esq., died April i, 1750; aged 61 years & 6 days. [Largely underground.] 

Mary Lippincott, born Aug. 12, 1765 ; died April 8, 1837. 

Jeremiah " " July 24, 1760; " March 25, 1841. 

John Dangler, " 5 mo., 19 day, 1807 ; died 12 mo., 8 day, 1871. 

Deborah " " 10 " 8 " 1786; " 2 " 5 " 1884. 

William Bennett, " July i, 1798; died Jan. i, 1878. 

Catharine, wife of W". Bennett, born Oct. 23, 1803; died Feb. 3, 1883. 

Mary H., wife of George H. Applegate, died 9 mo., 9 day, 1861 ; aged 24 years, 7 mos. 8 days. 

Thomas E., son of John T., and Mary Wolcott, died 2 mo., 7 da\-, 1863 ; aged 19 years, 10 

mos., 4 days. 
Meribah S. Lafetra, born 10 mo., 6 day, 1804; died 4 mo., 5 day, 1885. 
Thomas M. Potter, died 9 mo., 19 day, 1863 ; aged 53 years, 6 mos., 2 days. 
Manuel, son of Lewis, and C. L. Wolcott, died July i, 1854 ; aged 5 mos., & 9 days. 
Lewis Wolcott, born 11 mo., 3 day, 1818 ; died 6 mo., i day, 1852. 
Ann " " 3 " 8 " 1784; " 2 " 15 " 1852. 

Mary L., wife of Joseph Wolcott, died 7 mo., 30 day, 1871 ; in 82"'' year. 
John Wolcott, born 3 mo., 22 day, 1780 ; died 3 mo., 26 day, 1826. 
Henry W. " " May 22, 1799; died Sep. 20, 1884. 

Hannah Pintard, born 7 mo., 22 day, 1798 ; died 6 mo., 28 day, 1845. 
Jane Parker, born 4 mo., 15 day, 1834 ; died 4 mo., 2 day, 1838. 
Elizabeth Parker, born 3 mo., 9 day, 1764; died 4 mo., 5 day, 1849. 
William " " 9 " 9 " 1760: " I " 24 " 1833. 

Robert W. " " 8 " I " 1801 ; " 9 " 4 " 1813. [17 days. 

William P. Lafetra, " 5 " 8 " 1803; " 6 " 25 " 1873; aged 70 years, i mo., 
Elizabeth, wife of W". P. Lafetra, died 6 mo., i day, 1862 ; aged 54 years, 6 mos., 20 days. 
Ann W. Lafetra, died 3 mo., 12 day, 1858 ; aged 29 years, 5 mos., 9 days. 
Hannah M., daughter of Edmund and Sarah Wolcott, died 3 mo., 14 day, 1858 ; aged 2 years, 

3 mos., 24 days. 
Jacob Woolley, died 11 mo., 19 day, 1871 ; aged 82 years, 5 mos., 26 days. 
Benjamin " " 2 " 18 " 1865; " 79 " 4 " 29 " 

Zilphia, wife of Benjamin Woolley, born Jan. 25, 1794; died Dec. 30, 1876. [1821. 

Alice Wyckoff, wife of Benjamin Woolley, born 9 mo., 27 day, 1791 ; died 12 mo., 25 day, 
Richard Wykcoff Woolley, died 14 day, 5 mo., 1862 ; aged 41 years, I mo., 2 days. 
Deborah H. White, wife of Cornelius Tilton, died March 13, 1884; aged 76 years, 9 mos., 11 

days. 
Corlies Tilton, died Aug. 13, 1869 ; aged 67 years, II mos., 17 days. 
Miriam Tilton, died 8 mo., 5 day, 1854; aged 82 years, 5 mos., 3 days. 

Joseph " " 3 " 8 " 1858 ; " 83 " 2 " 28 " [29 days. 

Robert H. Hance, born 4 mo., 4 day, 1798 ; died 9 mo., 3 day, 1876 ; aged 78 years, 4 mos., 
Elizabeth, wife of Rob'. H. Hance, died 6 mo., 6 day, 1872 ; aged 70 years, 2 mos., 24 days. 
William Hance, died i mo., 30 day, 1827 ; aged 66 years, 8 mos., 10 days. 
Margaret, wife of Wm. Hance, died 8 mo., 22 day, 1849 I ^g^d 80 years, 9 mos., 28 days. 
Obadiah Tilton Hance, died 8 mo., 26 day, 1825 ; aged 9 years, 5 mos., 11 days. 



RECORDS 

— OF— 

CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 

LIBER A.* 

May y" lo - 1692. 

" The Acts of ye Affembly or Lawes Made Laft nouember Att burlington. Publifhed Publickly 
Att a Town Meeting Att ye houf of beniamin Godfrey on Cape May with the Comiffions for Juftises 
& fherrif." 

EHzabeth Hand complains Against Robert Crofly for non pay"' of money lent — £1 - 19 - 6. 
Judgment against Crosly. 

George Taylor appointed Clark by ye Justisses. 

William Johnson's testimony against John Jaruis for helping ye Indians to Rum, being accused 
thereof by George Taylor. The Deponant attesteth yt severall days After the above s* Lawes were 
Published Att Cape May he Came Into ye house of ye s*" Jeruis & found Indians Drinking Rum & 
one of ye Indians gave of ye s'' Rum to ye s'' Johnson & he Drank of it with ym. 

The s* Jaruis Refusing to Clear himselfe by his oath according to Law is Convicted. 

March ye 3. 

Oliuer Johnfon Enters An Action of folt & battery against John Carman. 

As alfoe the Like Action Against Caleb Carman, Juner, & giues orders for both his Declarations. 
They Agree the Actions Drawn. 

March ye 21. 

An Action entered by John Carman & Jonathan Pine against Jacob Spicer but Doe not P''feed. 

Aprill 18 - 1693. 

John Parfons Complaineth Against William ftillwell for non-Pay"' of [£]i - 11 - o. 

Judgmt giuen Againft ye fd Stillwell for one pound aleuen fhillings Due to ye fd Parfons for try- 
ing oyl for that Company of whale men to which ftilwell Did belong & Receued by the fd ftilwell from 
ye fd Company with Charges. 

An Appeal Granted to ye fd ftillwell but agreed. 

•This volume served as a town, as well as a county book, inasmuch as the town preceded the county, and was its sole 
place of habitation. 

The entries at first were somewhat voluminous, but rapidly decreased before the Revolutionary period. By this it is not 
meant to convey the impression that land transfers were not as common, but that the parties to the conveyances were indifferent 
to their recording, or that imperfect nr difficult provision wns made therefor. As a consequence, the titles in Cape May Co. this 
day are largely based upon unrecorded deeds, and are often the subject of disputes. 

Within the past twenty-five years claimants have arisen for properties held by the Hands, and by Mr. Nathan Price, the 
present owner of Town Bank, the site of the first settlement in the county. 

The original whalesmen who settled here made a joint contract for land. One of the descendants of these proprietors pre- 
sented a deed to Mr. Price, which claimed the lands that he had been in possession of many years. However, it was unsigned, 
probably because the whaling interests had already commenced to diminish, and the property was considered of little v.ilue. Of 
course it proved valueless in its unsigned condition, but Mr. Price bought out all rights the claimant had. Mr. Price, at the time 
of my interview with him. possessed a large number of deeds, none of which were recorded, nor seemed likely to be. as the 
present law demands that a deed of greater age than ten years, is to be filed in the County Clerk's office, which few are willing to 
acquiesce in, not caring to part with their originals. — J. E. S. 

378 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 379 

June 13 - 1693. 

William Dean of Morris Riuer Complaineth Againft Richard Jones for non-pay°" of two barrils 
of tarr; As alloc for non Pay"' of [£]o - 16 - 6 ftarling money payd by ye fd Dean for ye fd Jones. 

Judg™' giuen Againft ye fd Jones for the two barrils of tarr Valued att [£]i -8-0. 

As Alfoe for ye aboue fd [£]o - 16 - 6 ftarling money or [£Ji - o 7| Cuntry money with 
Charges of both Actions. 

Executions Granted. 

Richard Jones Comited to ye fherrif's Coftody on his good behauiour or for not giueing fecurity 
for his good behauiour. 

July 13, 1693. 

Joseph VVhildon chosen constable for Cape May. 

James Cresse records his Ear Mark July 13, 1693. 

George Taylor records his Ear Mark [Later Benjamin Taylor's.] Sept. 5, 1693. 
Joseph Houldin's Ear Mark " " " 

John Taylor records his Ear Mark " " " 

Shamger Hand records his Ear Mark [Later Constant Hughes', Jr.] " " " 

Joseph Houldin records his Ear Mark Nov. 20, 1693. 
Caleb Curwithy records his Ear Mark [April 13, 1706, Samuel Johnson's.] " " 

Joseph Whilden records his Ear Alark [Later Isaac Whilden's.] '' " " 

Oliver Jonson records his Ear Mark [Later William Segraue's.] " '' " 

John Parsons records his Ear Mark [Later William Shaw's.] " " '' 

Jonathan foreman's Ear Mark Jan. 3, i69|. 
John Crafford's Ear Mark [" George Craflford takes his father's mark " Mch. 25, 

1707.] " " " 

Robert Crosley's Ear Mark [In margin " R. tharcher"?] 3 Jan., 169I. 

Timothy Brandreth records his Ear Mark June 26, 1694. 

Samuell Croell records his Ear Mark [Later bamabas Crowd's.] " " " 

Nathaniell Shorte records his Ear ]Mark [In margin J. Taylor.] Jan. 17, i69|-. 

Cornelious fkelinger records his Ear Mark Feb. 17, 169^. 

Randall huit, fen., records his Ear Mark [Later Spicer.] [No date.] 

Jofeph Ludlon records his Ear Mark [Later " his son Anthany Ludlam. '] Alch. 13, 169^. 

July I, 1693. 

Ante nuptial agreement of John Fish, who intends to marry ^lary Curwithy, " both of Cape May." 
He agrees in the event of death to leave his future wife, Mary, his entire estate. Should, however, he 
survive her, he then obligates himself to leave but one half of his property to her children. He signs 
by mark. 

John Fish, planter, of Cape May, by writing under his hand June i, 1693, gives power & authority 
to Mary Fish, of Cape May, to convey all her lands & tenements to her daughter Martha, which she 
does Sep. i, 1693. She signs by mark. 

Martha Cunvithen, born 16 June, 1689. 

Mary Fish, of Cape May, appoints Thomas Hand and Jacob Dayton, " Late of Eaft Hamton, of 
Long Ifland," to receive and manage her estate " for my childe till fhe is of the age of Eighteene, or 
the Day of Mariage, which Cometh firit." Dated i"' Sept., 1693. 

She makes her mark. 

Beniamen Hand. Juner, records his Ear Mark [Later Isaac Hand's.] Aug. 7, 1694. 

Lubbart Gizfberfon records his Ear Mark [Later Sam" Richardson?] " " " 

Caecer Hofkins' Ear ]\Iark [Later John Croffe, J^] Sept. 18. 1694. 

" John ftilwell his Fare Marke a flowerdeluce in back Fare. Recorded the 18 of September, 1694." 



38o 



HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 



William fimkin's records his Ear Mark 



Thomas Goodwin his Eare Marke an L: on the top of the Right Eare and a flit in 

ye Near Eare. Recorded the 15"" of feburary, p'' me Tim brandreth, Clerk 

now John ftillwell's." 



iS*" Sept., 1694. 



John Townsend's Ear Mark [Later Richard Towfend, J^] 
Will Jacox records his Ear Alark 



August ye 7: 1693. 



Jofeph Houldin, 

fam. Crowell, 

Jo" Jeruis, 

fam. Mathwes, [Mathues], 

Jo" Carman, 

Jonat" Pine, 

Rondoll Huett, 

Tim. Brandreth, 



Feb. 20, 169I. 



Edward Marfhall, 
Jonat" Home, 
Robert Crofley, 
Thirfton Rayner, 
fhamger Hand, Junier, 
Cornelius fcelinger, 
Thomas Clifton, 
Jo" fifh. 



Being All impanieled & Attefted on a Jury Concerning the Death of Thomas Bancroft, Thay Giue 
in This Report — that thay haueing vewed ye Dead Corps & made Dilligent Enquiery into ye Caufe 
of his Death, they find yt the f Bancroft, being fick & weak, went forth of the houfe where he waf, & 
went to the waterfide; Put of his Clothes, went into the fea and was Drounded. But whether wilfully 
as intending to Dround him felfe, or intending only to wafh himfelfe & foe was Acfidentally 
Drounded, they Cannot vnderftand. 



Randall Huit. Juner, records his Ear Mark 

Jonathan Ofborn records his Ear Mark [Later bezaleel Osborne's.] 

[1734, Nathan Osborn's.] 
George Booth records his Ear Mark [Opposite in margin "Johnfon, f"'."] 
Beniamin Johnfon, Juner, records his Ear Mark 
John fmith records his Ear Mark 

Zebulon fwaine records his Ear Mark [James Swain's.] 

John Tomfon's Ear Mark 

Jofeph Badcock's Ear Mark [Later Joseph Badcock's, 1760.] 

Peter Cofton's Ear Mark 

Jo" Carman's Ear Mark [Later famuell Eldridg's.] 

Tho. Candy's Ear Mark 

William Johnfon records his Ear Mark [Later " his son William."] 

Jo" Richefon's Ear Mark [" now desired by Benjamin Richardson."] 

Jo" Reeues' Ear Mark 

" William Whitlock Eare Mark A v & a half peny on ye vnder or Back fide 

"of ye Right year. Recorded feb. 2j, Anno Dom. 169 1 — This is now the 

" mark of Richard ftillwel." 



Mch. I, i69f. 
Aug. 20, 1694. 

Apr. 15, 1696. 
Dec. 14, 1722. 
July 9'"[7"'?], 1723. 

Sept. 9, 1723. 
Apr. 16, 1724. 
Apr. 18, 1694. 
Apr. 28, 1694. 
Apr. 28, 1694. 
Apr. 28, 1694. 
Dec. 5, 1693. 
Dec. 5, 1693. 



Daniell Johnfon's Ear Mark [Later " Nathaniell hand."] Apr. 4, 1694. 

[ " " Ezekeil Hand."] 
William fmith's Ear Mark [" 1722 W" Smith gives this mark to his son 

William."] " " " 

Jofua Carman's Ear Mark [Later Thomas Langley's.] " " " 

Jacob Dayton's Ear Mark [Later Cap' Downes'.] 
Henery ftites' Ear Mark [1752 Esaiah Stites'.] 
Edward Lumus' Ear Mark [Later Joseph Ludley's.] 
Abrahan hand records his Ear Mark [Later " his son John hands."] 

[Later Thomas Leaming's.] 
John Jeruif's Ear Mark [Later W"" Robinson's.] 
Thomas Hand records his Ear Mark [Later " David Hand, son of George 

Hand."] " " 

Georg Hand records his Ear Mark Apr. 16, 1696. 



Aug. I, 1695. 
Feb. I, 169^. 
Mch. 9, i69f. 

Apr. 16, 1696. 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 381 

Jeremiah Hand records his Ear Mark [Later Edward Foster's.] " " " 
[?J Croell records his Ear Mark [Later " his son Jacob Crowell's.] May 18, 1696. 

Mch. 24, 169I. Obhgation of 2oi, to appear in Court, of W" Smith, plf, in re Henry Gray. 

W" X Smith. 
Henry Gray, deft, [in do.] 

Henry x Gray. 

Samuell Croell, Jun^ records his Ear Mark [Later Humphry Hughes', J^] May 18, 1696. 

Thomas Mathews records his Ear Mark [" this mark was bought of Tho' June 2, 1696. 

Mathews by Lewis mulford."] [Later Elijah Hughes'.] 

Jacob Spicer records his Ear Mark [Later " Bn. Stits'."] Sept. 7, 1696. 

Jofeph Hand records his Ear Mark [Later " Ebin[?] fwaines'."] Sept. 8, 1696. 

At A Court held at " Towne of Portsmouth, on Cape May," 20*'' Mch., 169I. 

Present. John Worlidge, Jeremiah Basse, John Jeruis, Jofeph Houldin, & Samuel Crowell, 
Justices. 

" George Taylor, Clearke.' 

" Timothy Brandreth, Sherife." 

fhamger Hand, Arthur Creffes,[?], 

Thomas Hand, Ezekiel Eldridg, 

William Goulden, John Carman, 

Samuel Mathews, Jonathan Pine, 

John Tounfand, Caleb Carman, 

Jacob Dayton, John Reeues, 

William Johnfon, Jonathan foreman, 

Oliuer Johnfon, William Whitlock, 

Chriftopher Leayeman, William Jacocks. 
" All impanield on ye Grand Jury & Attefted." 

Samuel Mathews & William Johnfon, appointed as surveyors, or overseers of highways, to lay out 
a road, "' conuenient for the King & Contry[?], and foe far as our County Reaches " . . . " sufificient 
for Trauillers to pass." 

Two constables appointed one at Cape May & other at Great Egge Harbor [?]. 
John fumers appointed Constable for Great Egge harbour. 

Elizabet Parsons, widow & Relick of John Parfons, Late of this county, Presents Inventory of 
Estate of deceased & asks for Letters of Administration, & receives the same from the Court. 
John Shaw & John Richardson attested to the said Inventory. 

Samuel Mathews presents Last Will & testament of John Elfe, Deceased, in which he is Left sole 
Executor, & also presents inventory of estate. Court grants full power to administer according to Law. 
Timothy Brandreth & Jonathan Ofborne attested to the Inventory. 

On complaint of Elizabeth Crafford the court finds that no " fariner ought to Rate ale or any 
strong Drink to ye Inhabitants of Cape May," except they have a license. 

The Court orders that no Person, after one week, shall sell any strong Drink, " or other Lickers," 
without License. 
William Doubelday records his Ear Mark [No date.] 

Mch. 20, i6g|. 

John Worlidge, Esq^ Petitions the Court for their order for the " fume of fix pounds bofton 
money," Due from the Estate of Caleb Carman, Late of Cape May. 

The Court orders the same to be paid " out of ye Eftate of ye faid Carman vnto the faid John 
Worlidge." 

" Jeremiah Basse, Attested, faith he saw the bill, & yt it was for six pounds bofton money, and 
" that it was Affigned to John Worlidge & further, yt he, ye fd baffe, Receued ye bill ol ye faid 
" worlidge, in ordor to Receue ye fix pounds of Caleb Carman for ye vfe of John worlidge, but Re- 
" ceued it not." 



382 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Jonathan Pine & Ezekiel Eldridg Chosen & appointed Assessors & Collectors, to Assess & gather 
the " Pr[o]uincia!l Tax or Leuey," within the County. 

The Court orders that 40 pounds be Leueyed in this County for " Deffraying the County Charge." 

John Tounfand 

Arthur Croffefe Appointed Assessors of sd Leuey. 
Timothy Brandreth, Collector, 
fhamger Hand, Trefurer. 

Ephram Edwards records his Ear Mark June 7, 1725. 

Will of John Elfe, of Cape May, Glouer: 

Bequeaths to Thomas Gooing, " one two yeare old heyfer ye next March, & one yearling few 
fhort, the w'"" to be Deliuered to him one Month after my Deceafe." 

All the rest of estate is bequeathed to " my well beloued friend, Samuel Mathews, fenior, of Cape 
May." . . . " & afe for thofe Cattel w*"^ I haue of Philip Hooper's, in my hands, I Doe Leaue the fame, 
^v<^h ye [(1 Mathews, Requefting of him to fullfill my Agreem' Made with ye sd Philip Hooper, & y° 
part yt by Agreem' Doth belong to me, I alfoe bequeath to him ye fd Mathewes." 

Dated, Dec. 30, 1693. Proved, 20 Mch., i69f. 

Witness: Sam'' Crowell, Justice. 

Timothy Brandreth. 

Acknowledgment of Debt, of John Fish, of Cape May, to Christopher Layman, " of ye sd County, 
Coop""," & Thirftin Rayner, " of said county," in the sum of 40 pounds. The Condition is, that if the 
said John Fish, doth fully performe all the articles mentioned " in y" condition of a Certaine Bond 
bearing equall Date herewith, to all Intents " etc. . . " soe that the aboue said Christopher Leman 
& Thirftain Rayner is Cleared & Indemnified of & from all mann'' of Charges " etc.; then the said obli- 
gation to be void, otherwise in full force. 

Dated, 23 Mch., 169I. 

His X mark. 
In presence of: 

John Worlidge, Justices. 

Jeremiah Basse, 

Recorded, 4*'' April, 1694. " Geo. Taylor, Clearke." 

Randall huitt, Juner, records his Ear Mark Feb. 14, I72|. 

Anthony Ludlam records his Ear Mark [Later "his son Providancc Ludlum."] [No date.] 

William Nickkals records his Ear Mark [No date.] 

Apr. 10, 1694. 

Letters of Administration Granted to George Taylor, to administer on ye Goods, etc., of John 
Bayly, Deceased, by John Jeruis, 

Joseph Houldin, Justices. 

Samuell Crowell, 

Samuell forfter records his Ear Mark Nov. 4, 1703. 

" Recompence hand's Daughter, Deborah, b. Nov. 14, 1716." 

" his Daughter Abiah, borne nouember ye 5* about halfe an ower after Three a Clock in ye after 

noone." 

Nicklis ftillwel, borne ye 26* of Aprill, 1714. 

John Taylor, administrator of John Buck, deceased, by consent of " Jonathan Swaine, & M' 
Christefor Church, Truftees," agree " with Jeremiah hand, that he should haue fower pounds Ten 
shillings Proclamation mony for To keep Mary buck. Daughter to the said John Buck, one year after 
hir father's death." 

Entered, 6"" Nov., 1724. 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 383 

Mch. 26, 1694. 

Alexander Humphrey, by his Attorney Joseph Knight, Enters an Action against Ambrose 
Lonnon, for security for 4 pounds, due by bill to the said Humphreys, & for want of security for the 
debt of four pounds. 

Mch. 31^', John Crafiford Enters an Action against Jo° Edmunds, on his Effects for non-payment 
of 3 pounds, or there abouts, due by book. The debt proved. 

Apr. aS'". 

Geo. Taylor, Plan*. 

Tho. Leanard, Deffn*. ye Defend. 

in an Action on ye Cafe, non Refident. 

May 7'". 

Will. Johnfon, Plan*. 

Ben. Hand. Jl>3ii ifi-'e- 

Abramham Hand, 

& Deffn'. The Jury finds 

Jo badcock, for ye Defendant. 

In an Action of Trouer & Conuertion. 

May 7'". 

Rondoll Huett, Plan*. 

Will fimkins, DefTd. ye Action withdraw [sic.]. 

in an Action on ye Cafe. 

Robert Edmans records his Ear Mark Feb. 26, 172 1. 

Joseph Paige records his Ear Mark Apr. 26, 1726. 

General Power of Attorney from Daniel Cox, Doctor in Phiffick, of London, England, to John 
Tatham, Esq"', of Burlington, N. J., & " James Budd, Marchant, Late deceased." June 13, 1690. 
Recorded, 5^^ Apr., 1694. 

Marriage at Cape ^Slay, 17"" June, 1715, of Robert Champion & Mary Mayps, before John Town- 
send, Justice of the Peace. 

[Wits:?] 

his 
Robert x Champion, 
mark 
■ Mary Champian, 
John Champian, 
Peter Corson, 
Deborah Corfon, 
Chriftian Corfon, 
famuell Champion, 
Anne Corson, 
Catren Corson,- 
Abigal Young, 
Elizabeth Corson, 
henry young, 
Robert Townsend, 
Joseph Goldin, 
John Corson, 
Samuell fhiuers, 
Thomas Gandey. 
Entered, S"" July, 1715. 



3S4 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

May 17. 

Jeremiah Basse, Plan^, on behalfe of Daniel Cox. 

Jonathan Pine, Defend, a Declaration filed. 

In an Action of Debt. Thay Agree ye Action withdrawn. 

June I'", 1694. 

George Taylor, Plan* on behalfe of Andrew Robefon, Junier. 
Jo" Shaw, Defifend. Continued till ye next Corte. 
In an Action of Debt. 

June 5, 1694. 

Jo" Crafiford, Plant. 

Nathaniel Short, Deffd. 

In An Action of Trespas on ye Cafe. 

Put it to Reference. 

Bind themfelues to Each other, Before ye Court, In a bond of 40 pounds to ftand to ye award 
of Jo° Tounfand, George Taylor & Timothy Brandreth. The Action Drawn. 

George Taylor's Letter of Attorney, or Comistion from Jeremiah Basse, Agent to ye Society, Ac- 
knowledged In Court, June ye 19''', 1694. 

Peter Paige records his Ear Mark [Later " Jame Paige's, May 18, 1736."] Apr. 26, 1726. 

William Eldredge records his Ear Mark Aug. 24, 1726. 

June 19, 1694. At a Court held " att ye Towne of fallmouth " for the County of Cape May. 
Being present: Jeremiah Basse, Jo" Jeruis, Jof. Houldin & fam. Crowell, Justices. 

" George Taylor, Cleark." " Tim. Brandreth, Sherrifif." 

Court orders the Overseers of Highways " to make & compleat ye road " between Cape May & 
Cohanfey, " foe fare as ye County of Cape May reaches," " fitt for Man & horfe to pass " ..." by 
" the Last of September next, or Elfe they are fined fine pounds." 

" A Rule of Court Paft yt all P'fons y* take An Oath in Court fhall fignify ye fame by holding 
" vp thier hand." 

" A Rule of Court Paft yt ye Grand Jury shall haue thier Diner Alowed them at the County 
" Charge." 

"The Petty Jury Called": 

Jofua Barkftead, fore Man, 

Rondol Huett, Will Leake, 

Jo" Croffes, Rem Garifon, 

Tho. Goodwin, Jo" fifish, 

Will Mafon, Jona Ofborn, 

Hump Hufe, Thirf Raynar. 

Jo" Richardfon, 

All attested on a " Tryall," between Will Johnfon, Plan*, & ben hand, Junier, Abram hand & 
Joseph Badcock, Defends.: In an Action of trouer & Convertion. 

Jo" Shaw, sworn, saith he faw beniamin hand, Junier, Ride a mare of Daniel Johnfon's, & Abra- 
ham Ride hir Alfoe. 

" Will Shaw, sworn, saith he saw Abraham hand Ride a Mare w'''' Abraham said was Daniel 

Johnfon's " " fhamger hand, Junier, swears he saw ben hand Ride a Mare w'^'' thay faid was Daniel 

Johnfon's." 

Shamger hand, Junier, saith the same. 
Jo" Tounfand " " " 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 385 

" Jo" Reeues, sworn, saith Joseph Badcock & Abraham hand went one Munday to Egg harbour, 
" & when thay Cam back, he hard them say thay brought two Mars Down w"" them, one belonging 
" to Daniel Johnfon, ye other to Nickolis Martino." 

" Th° Leaman, sworn, saith he hard Joseph badcock & Abraham hand say thay brought two Mars 
" from Egg harbour, ye one belonging to Daniel Johnfons, ye other thay knew not." 

" Ben hand, Junier, swears the same." 
" Jo° Richardfon, Junier, saith nothing." 

" Thirfton Raynar on ye Jury." 

" John Crafford, sworn, saith he hard Daniell Johnfon order Will Johnfon to Look After his Mare 
" as his own." 

" Jofua Carman, sworn, saith he hard Daniel Johnfon ordor Will Johnfon to Look after his Mare 
" & vfe hir foe as he Did not abufe hir." 

" Shamger hand, fenier, further saith he hard Daniel Johnfon say he gaue ordor to Beniamin 
" hand to Take vp his mare & vfe hir but not abufe hir." 

" Joseph houldin saith ye fame." 

The Jury's verdict " find the Defend*^ not guilty." 

" The Grand Jury make their Return : 

" We, ye Grant Jury, fee Caufe to Prfent George Taylor for publifhing a falle Coppie for ye Acts 
" of a fembly on a Court Day in December, 1693." 

The said Taylor puts himfelfe upon Trial. 
The Petty Jury Called & sworn. 
[Same Petty jury preceding.] 

Inditem'' Read. The Euidenc Calld. 

Jo" Shaw, sworn, says: 

" That ye Lawes that was Read in ye Court the Laftt Court was not the fame as was Read by 
"George Taylor att ye Courtt mentioned in ye Inditem'; That thay was not interlind, nor ye fame 
" hand." 

^' Joseph Badcock, sworn, says " that when he was heare at ye Court he said that he thought that 
" the Lawes that was Read were not the Acts of Affembly & it was interlined in feuerall Places & 
" therfore they were nott acts of Affembly." 

" Jeremiah Basse, P''fident of ye Court, Afferteth them to be ye fame Lawes & writen by ye fame 
" hand; ye Reft of ye Juftices fay it is Like ye fame hand & thay beleue it to be ye fame hand." 

Jury iinds " not Guilty Acording to the Inditm'." 

" The fd George Taylor is Cleared by Procklymation." 

" The Court Adiarnd [adjourned] till ye third Tuefday In feptember." 

General Power of Attorney, of Jeremiah Basse, of Cohanfcy, County of Salem, to George Taylor, 
" Carpender," to act in his absence for himself," Daniel Coxe," & others. Dec. 15, 1692. 
Recorded. 22 June, 1694. Acknowledg. in Court, June 19, 1694. 

Curnelius hand records his Ear Mark [Later of " his son Cornelious Hand," Jan. Feb. 18, 172*/,. 
^7^ 1752.] 



386 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Indenture: Dated 2$^'*' May, 1691: 

Between John Tatham, Esq"", of Burlington, West New Jersey, & George Taylor, of Cape May, 

" carpender." 

For the sum of 2oi, said Tatham, acting under Power of Attorney from Daniel Coxe, sells to said 

Taylor, all said Coxes right to land: 

" Lying neare the feafhore vpon ye found ouer against a certaine place called " . . . " Turtle 

" Gut " ..." in the Prouence of West Jersey." 

Containing 200 acres of land. Paying " one eare of Indian Corn "... yearly ..." vnto the 

fd Daniell Cox." 
In presence of: John Tatham, [Seal]. 

Edward Hunlokee, 

James Marfhall, Justices. 

Tho. Reuell. 

Receipt of sum of 20L from George Taylor. May 26, 1691. John Tatham. [Same witnesses 
as appear on deed.] 

Notification that George Taylor is in peacable possession of ye Premises within named, by vertue 
of one Lease, bearing date ye 25 Day of Mch., 1688, Made between Adlard Bowde[?], Late De- 
ceased, Attorney for Daniell' Cox, of London, on ye one pte, and George Taylor, of ye other part, of 
ye Land & premises within granted & sold. 

w'itness mv hand. 
In presence of: John Tatham. 

Edward Hunloke, 

Tho. Reuell. 

Recorded, 22^"^ June, 1694. 

Indenture: Dated 25"" March, 1692. 

Between George Taylor, of Cape May, & Joseph Houldin, " of ye place & p'uince afore fd, 

planter." 

For the sum of 2o£, said Taylor acting under power of Attorney from John Tatham, sells to said 

Houldin, [the 200 acres in the preceding deed]. 
In presence of: George Taylor. 

William Johnfon, 

John Taylor. 
Acknowledged before : John Jeruis & Samuell Crowell, Justices. Recorded, June 23, 1694. 

Marriage at Cape May, Feb. 15, i69f, before Samuell Crowell, Justice. Henry Stites & hannah 
Garlick. 

[Wits:?] 

John Carman, Jonathan Pine, 

John Shaw, Jonathan osborne, 

Caleb Carman, fhamger hand, 

Ruth Daton, Timothy Brandreth. 

William Shoswood,[?], 
Jacob Spicer, 
Ezekiel Eldredge, 

Entered 23''^ July, 1722, by John Taylor. 

Indenture: Jeremiah Basse, of Cohanse, in the County of Salem, Gen*, Agente to the Weste New Jersie 

fofietey, & John Carman, of the County of Cape May. 

For the sum 2^£, said Basse, sells as agent, to said John Carman, 250 acres of land: Situate " neare 
the head of "... " Cold Spring Creek," " paying yearly " . . . " one Eare of indeon Corne and 
one hen one the fore and twenteth day of December." 
Said land w-as a part of 1200 acres of land. Leased for seven years, to Caleb Carman, by " Adlord 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 387 

bowd, Late of burlingtown," " attorney for Daniell Cox, Esq'', then Gouerner for the fd Prouince," 
dated 25 ]Mch., 1688, with the privilege that Caleb Carman, or his heirs, might, during the term 
of lease, purchase any of said land viz: " paying the fum of fine pounds p hundred Acres for foure 
" hundred Acres, & tenn pound a hundred, for the other feuen hundred acres." 
Said land having been sold, by said Daniel Cox, to the West New Jersey Society, " in England," 
by deeds bearing date 3'''' & 4"" of Mch., 1691. 
Executed, 27 Alch., 1694, 6'" of William & Alary. 
In presence of: Jeremiah Basse. [Seal.] 

John worledg, 
Samuell Crowell, Justices. 
J" Barkfted. 
Recorded, Oct. 20, 1694. Timothy Brandreth, Clerk. 

Power of Attorney: Joseph Badcok, of Cape May, Cordwainner, to " My Truftey and well beloued 
friend John CrafTord, of ye place, and p-uince aforefd," " Provided ye fd badcok fliould Deceace, or 
Not Come a Gaine to Cape May, then this My Attorney is to fell all that "... the said Badcok owns, 
" and to pay for My Land and that to Referue for My Eldeft fon." 

Dated, 26 June, 1694. 

Recorded, 29 Oct., 1694. 

Indenture: Jeremiah Basse, of Cohanfey, in the County of Salem, Gent., Agent to the West New Jerfie 
fociaty, & Caleb Carman, of Cape May County, " son to ye aboue fd Caleb Carman." For the sum 
of 30-£, said Basse sells, as agent, to the said Caleb Carman, 250 acres of land & Yz water mill 
thereon, situate " neare the head of "... " Cold Spring Creek " . . . " bounding there on till 
you come paft Jonathan foreman's plantation ; " " paying yearly " . . . " one Eare of Indeon 
Come and one hen one the foure and twenteth day of December." 

Said land was a part of 1200 acres of land Leased for seven years to Caleb Carman, by " Adlord 
Bowde, Late of Burlingtown," " attorney for Daniell Cox, Esq"', then Gouerner of the fd 
Prouince," dated 25 Mch., 1688, with the privilege that Caleb Carman, or his heirs, might during 
the term of lease purchase any of said land viz: "paying the fum of fine pounds p hundred 
Acres for foure hundred Acres, & tenn pound a hundred for the other feuen hundred acres." 
Said land having been sold by said Daniel Cox to the West New Jersey Society, " in England," 
by deeds bearing date 3'''' & 4"" of Mch., 1691. 
Executed, 28 Mch., 1694, 6"" of William & Mary. 

In presence of: Jeremiah Basse. [Seal.] 

John worledge, 
famuell Crowell, Justices. 
B. Godfroy. 
Recorded, Oct. 21, 1694. Timothy Brandreth, Clerk. 

"Indenture": Dated 2<-j^^ Mch., 1693: 

Between Jeremiah Basse, of Cohanfey, Co. of Salem, Gen*., as Attorney for Thomas Lane, K°', 

Edmund Harrifon & Dcct"" Daniell Cox, Efq^ & as agent for the West jersey Society, & Oleuer 

Johnfon. 

For the sum of \2l 8s., said Basse for the above named, sells to said Johnson. 124 acres " neare 

the feafhore one y'= found fide, betwene y* Land of John Richardfon & Nickolaf Martino," 

" under the yearly payment of two fat henes on or before the 24^'' Day of December." 

In presence of: ' Jeremiah Basse. [Seal.] 

George Taylor, 
Jofeph holden. Justice. 

Acknowledgment of " M"' Joseph holden," iS"" of Sept., 1694, before John Jaruif, Samuell 
Crowell, & fhamger hand. Justices. 

Receipt of Jeremiah Basse, Agent, for \2i 8s. from Oliuer Johnfon, Cape May, May 24*'' . 

Recorded, Oct. 24, 1694. 



388 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Marriage: Cape May 5"" Oct., 1716, of John Willits and Martha Corson, both of the County of Cape 
May, before John Townsend, Justice of the Peace. 
[Wits:?J 

David Creffe, John wilHts, 

her 
Beniamin holdin, Martha M wilhtts, 

mark 
David hildreth, J. Townsend, 

faniuell Eldrige, Marcy Townsend, 

William Goldin, John Corson, 

William midellton, Jacob Corson, 

henry youngs, hannah Corson, 

Ezekiell Eldredg, hannah Creffe, 

George Taylor, Martha willitts, 

Robert Townsend. 

Entered, 26 Oct., 1716. "John Taylor, C." 

"Indenture": Dec. if^, 1692: 

Between Jeremiah Basse, of Cohanfey, Salem Co., Gent., & Ezekiell Eldridg, of Cape May, 
weauer: 

For the sum of I2£ los., said Basse, acting under Power of Attorney from Daniel Cox, of Eng- 
land, sells to said Eldridg, 200 acres of land, in possession of said Eldridg, under lease dated, 25 
Mch., 1688, " buting a Gainfte the Cape Island Creek " . . . " being the bound ftake of Jonathan 
pyne Land " " under the yearely Rente of Eare of Corne." 

In presence of: Jeremiah Basse. [Seal.] 

George Taylor, 
famuell Crowell, Justices. 
Jofeph holden. 

Receipt of Jeremiah Basse of I2f los., " thirtey nine shilings of ye fd fum being a Lowed for 
" fo Much paide by y" fd Ezekiell Eldridg to the Indeons for ye purchaie of ye with in Menfhoned two 
" hundred Acres of Land." 

Cape May, 17"' Oct., 1692. 

Recorded, 26 Oct., 1694. 

" Indenture ": Mch. 25, 1693: 

Between George Taylor, of Cape May, " yoman," attorney for f'' Thomas Lane, K"*', Edmund 
< harrifon, Docf Daniell Cox, Esq'', & the West Jersey Society, & William Colder, and Rem 
Garifon, of Graues End, on Long Island. 

For the sum of ioi£ I2S., said Taylor, acting for others, sells to said "Colder" & "Garifon," 
1016 acres of land: 600 acres for Colder and 400 for Garifon: — Situate in the County of Cape 
May, on the south west side of Egharbor, " under the yearly payment of two fat Capons or henes," 
before the 24*'' of Dec. 
In presence of: George Taylor. [Seal.] 

Loubert Thyesberfon, 
his <P mark 
his 
Abraham 2 hand, 
mark 

Acknowledgment 8"" Nov., 1694, of George Taylor, before, J.[?] Jaruis, Quorum Tusticfels 

Joseph holden. \. i • 

Receipt of George Taylor, [for] 4of is., " parte of pay," from William Colder, May 30, 1693. 
Recorded, Dec. 3, 1694. 

Philadelphia ye i^' June, 1699. 

Receued of M'' Thomas ftandford, the fum of twenty one pounds, on account of W" Colder, & 
in part of his bond, I fay Reced p'' me. 

J. Basse. 

Recorded, i^'^ Nov., 1707. "John Taylor, Clarke." 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 389 

Acknowledgment of Debt: of Cornelas fchilinger, of Cape May, Cape May Co., to Thomas Lane, 
Edmund Harrifon, E", & the West Jersey Society, in the sum of 32i., pay able at " Cox Hall, one Cape 
May," . • • " on or before the 25'" Day of March," 1696, for the payment of which, he binds over 
" a fartain tract of land," situate in Cape May Co., " on the feabord fide, and on ye North fide of Cold 
Spring branch "; Containing 134 acres, " being Lade out for Thomas Goodwin, afs by a Deede, baring 
Date 1690," & sold " to Me apon Condition of Difcharging him of what he wafs in Debted to the fd 
Sociaty for the fd Land." 

Executed, 4 Jan., 169J. 

Isaac Ludlam records his Ear Mark [Later Hezekier Schull.] Apr. 24, 1731. 

M' John Jeruis & Samuell Crowell, Justices of the Peace, Appoint Sarah Raynor, widdow & 
Relict of Thirfton Raynor, Administratrix. 
Jan. 16, 1694, 6'"' of William & Mary. 
Recorded, Mch. 2, 169^. 

Benjamin Richardson's Ear Mark. Recorded July 12, 1731, by Aaron Leaming, Clerk. 
Jofhua Shaw records his Ear Mark [Later the mark of "William Barlo, they May il, 1732. 
Having Chainged Marks January 27, 1752. Elijah Hughes, Clerk."] 

An Inuentory of the Goods, Chatties & Credits of Thirfton Raynor, of Cape May, in ye puince of 
Weft New Jerfey, Appraifed by us the 19 Day of Jenewary, 1694. Tim. Brandreth, and Ezekiell 
Eldridg. 

Imp: his a parill 

one horfe brigle & fadgle 

one poridg pot and fum other houfhould ftuf 

two Cowfe 

one Yearlin and a Calfe 

one ax 

In Cafh 

one bond 

a fhare of Crafte - - 

2 wheales 00 07 00 

Recorded, Mch. 2, 169!. 

General Release by Recompenc hand, of Cape May, yeomand, as administrator of his father 
" Thomas hand, deseased," of his brothers " John hand, George hand, Jeremiah hand, & Thomas hand, 
of the fame Place, yeomands," of all claims of the estate against each of them. 

Executed, 27 Sept., 1716. 
In presence of: Recompence hand. [Seal.] 

Jofhua Crafiford, 

John Taylor. 

Entered, 26 Oct., 1716. 

Will of Jonathan Pine, of Cape May. 

After directing his debts & funeral expenses to be paid he gives: "unto My fon Jonathan, My 

houfe and Land at ye Cape, and a horfe." 

" I give my wife a Mare and Coult." 

" I give to her and her two Children two hundred acres of Land, up ye Riuer, that I haue a Dede 

" for, and to the fd two Children this hous and Lot, and My wife to Diffpofe of My fhallop towrds 

" y' Maintinance of her & her Children. 

" If My fon Jonathan Deceafe without heirf if ye Child unborne be a fon, to be his heir; other 

" wayes My Dafter Abigail for to be his heir." 

" My wife for to haue athird part of All My Cattle and houfhould Goods, & y^ other two thirds to 

" be Equally Deuided a Mongs' all My Children as they fhall Come of Age." 

" and My wife for to haue the Manidgmcnt of all My Eftate afs Long as fhe Remaines a Widdow, 

" and if fhe Marey, for to keep My houfe in Good Repaire & for To pay the two third parts of all 



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390 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

" the aforefd Chatties to Each of ye Children, afs they Came to age, and all foe ye houfes and 

" Lands as they Come to age. 

" where afs I haue a Leace of 2 hundred acres of Land at ye head of ye brook if My wife pay for 

" ye fd Land fhe fhall haue Libertey for to fell " . . . " thereof." 

" Allfoe it is My will that if My Wife fhould Marrey and be Left a Widdow a Gaine, that fhe fhall 

" haue Libertey of this houfs Duering her widdow hood. 

The rest of the estate he gives to: '" My Loueing wife Abegall pyne, whom I Leaue My full and 

fole Exectrex,"' ..." Nominating My faithfull friend Joseph holden and My Loueing brorther in 

" Law Jonathan forman, ouerfeeres, of this my Laft Will." 

Executed, 14 Dec, 1694. 

Witnesses: Jonathan pine. 

J. Jeruis, 

John Craford. 

Recorded, Mch., 2, i69f 

"Thomas Hand has paid for one hundred acres of Land for which he sales he has no Deed; if 
"so, the societie's agent is oblige to giue him one as wittnes my hand the 25, y^', 1706; allso fifteen 
" acres of Land or meadow on the southwest side buds Irland. 

Lewis Morris." 

Entered at Cape May, this 15 day of May, p'' me, John Taylor. 

M'' John Jeruis & Samuell Crowell, Justices of the Peace, appoint Abigail pine, Widdow & Relict 
of Jonathan pine, Late of Cape May, as administratrix of his Last Will & testament. 
Dated, Jan. 19, 1694, 6^^ of William & Mary. 
Recorded, Mch. 2, i69f. 

Cape May y* firft Day of Jenewary, 1694. 

A True Inuentory of ye Goods, Chatties, Lands and Credits, of Jonathan pyne, who departed this 
Life on ye 17 Day of December, in ye year of our Lord one thoufand fix hundred Nintey and foure; 
appraifed by us. 
Imp: his a Parill 

two ferther beds & funiture 

two Chefts & a Table 

one fpining wheale & a Churne & fum other ould houfhall ftuf 

one Gun & a Lock 

2 fhort lums 2 Lances 2 Cuting Kniues 3 Gaf hooks 

a parfell of old iuron 2 belles 

A parfell of puter one frying pan 

fieth pich fork & hamer 

the houfe and town Lot 

300 acres of Land at y* Cape & improuement 

the fhallop & Rigin & all belonging thereto 

one horfe and Mare & Coult 

12 Cowfe 

8 Calues 

two four year old fteares 

three 3 year old fteares 

7 yearlins 

2 bules 

one Cow and Calfe 

one Carte and wheales & a fet of filvcr buttons 

a fheare of Crafte - - 

a fhear in ye Mill at Town 



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Tim. Brandreth. 

Constant Hughes, Jun\ records his Ear Mark [Later of John Hughes', Jun^] June 10'''', 1731. 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 39^ 

Mr. Joseph Holdin & Samuell Crovvell, Justices of the Peace, appoint Dorritey Huit, Widdow 
and ReHct of Randall Huit, of Cape May, administratrix of his Last Will and Testament. Mch. 20, 
169I, 7'* of William & Mary. 

Recorded, 9"" Apr., 1695. 

Samuel Mathews records his Ear Mark June 10, 1731. 

Cape May ye 22'' of feburary, 169^. 

An Inuentory of ye Goods, Chatties, & Credits of Randall Huit, Deceafed Taken and appraifed 
by us, famuell Crowell & Tim. Brandreth. i. s. d. 

Imp: his a parrill 

one Cheft 

one Cow & Calfe 

one Cow and yearlin 

one 2 year old hepher 

two 3 year old fteares 

one bull 

one wheale 

fum puter & fum old houfe hall ftufe 

one Cettle 

one old Gun 

one broad Ax 

2 old (adgles & bridgles 

one Chaine 

a Carte & Wheales 

2 horfis 

one yoe and Lamb 

one fifhing Net 

a fheare of Crafte 

£31 II 00 
Recorded, 9* Apr., 1695. 

John Shaw records his Ear Mark May 20, 1732. 

Will of Randall Huit, fenior, of Cape May. 

" I . . . bequeath Randel My Eldeft fon one Dark brown horfe Marked with an R on the Neare 

" fholder & buttock with a ftar in his forhead being now in ye Pafture." 

" I . . . bequeath unto Doritey My Deare aiid well beloued Wife My houfe and Improuements 

" a pon ye Cape ye Cape Island" ..." allfoe " all the rest of his estate. 

Dated, Dec. 22, 1694. 

his 
Witnefs: Randel x Huitt. 

his mark 

William W Jacox, 
mark 
her 
farah S Jacox. 

mark 
Recorded, 9*''' Apr., 1695. 

John Garlick records his Ear Mark Apr. 29, 1730. 

Letters of Administration granted to " Elifabeth fifli, widdow and Relict of John fifh. Late of 
this Countey, deceafed," upon presentation of Inventory of Estate, by her: by M'' John Jeruis & 
Samuell Crowell, Justices of the Peace. 

Recorded, 22 Apr., 1695. 



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392 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Letters of Administration Granted " to Randall Huitt, fon & heire to Dorritey Huitt, Deceafed, 
" by M"' Joseph Holdin & John Jeruis, this 17'^'' of March, i69f." 
Recorded, [No date.] 

Letters of Administration " granted to Richard Dowries, as Executor for Jacob Dayton, Deceafed, 
" by fhamger Hand & Arther Crefse, the 15 day of aprell, 1703." 

Robert Pereman records his Ear Mark [" Desired by Thomas Stonebank.] [No date.] 

Henry Stits, Jun^ records his Ear Mark [Later Zebulon Swaine.] [No date.] 

James Jacocks records his Ear Mark [" This was formerly the mark of Jonathan Aug. 12, 1731. 
Swain & he " Leaving the County, James Jacocks Desireth it."] 

"Indenture": Nov. 6''', 1692: 

Betwe&n George Taylor, of Cape May, " Carpender," & Bcniamen Hand, of faid place. 
For the sum of io£ 6s., said Geo. Taylor, as attorney for John Tatham, who was formerly at- 
torney for Daniel Cox, and who transferred his power to said Taylor, discharges said Hand " his 

heirs etc. . . for Euer as all foe ye full fum venty feuen pounds to be paid " 

" before ye 25 Day of March," 1695, & sells said Hand, 373 acres of land formerly belonging to 
Daniel Cox, " att Cape May, Neare ye Sea fhoare by ye found fide adioyning to ye Land Taken 
" up by Joseph Badcok," " under the yearly payment of two fat Capens, or hens on ye " 24*'' Dec. 

Acknowledgment of George Taylor, before " Joseph holdin & famuell Crowell, Juft.," Cape May, 
19 Mch., i69f. 

Receipt by Jeremiah Basse of io£ - 6s., from Mr. Benjamen Hand, " in parte of ye within 
Menfhoned fum of Thirty feuen pounds fix fhilings." 
Cape May, Oct. 14, 1692. 

Marriage of Beniamin holdin and Mary Gareson, Cape May, Sept. 11, 1715. 
[Wits:?] 

hir 
hanah x Cosson, Beniaman holdin, 

mark mary holdin, 

martha x Cosson, John Townsend, Tystisis 

hur mark John Paige, 

John Corfon, marke 

hanah x Lenard, 
hur 
marke 
henry H Lenard, 
his 
marke 
Jacob x Garefon, 
his 
marke 
Elizabeth x Garefon, 

hur 
Chriftian Corson, 
Thomas Gandy, 

his 
John L hubord, 

marke 
Benia. martino. 
Entered, 14* Sept., 1715. 

John Jeruifs, Joseph Holdin, & Sam. Crowell, Justices of the County of Cape May, appoint John 
Townsend, to take charge of the Real & personal estate, as well as Lands, of Joseph Badcock, for the 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 395 

benefit of Efter Badcock, & her heirs; said Badcock having " abfented this Countey With a Dysine not 
" to Returne a Gaine, but hafs Left ye fd Efter badcok in a Difstrefed Condition and in Danger of 
" being a Charge to ye Countey. 

Dec. 18, 1694. 

Recorded, Mch. 15, 169I. 

" By virtue of an order from Lewis Morris, Esq% to dispose of Lands upon Cape May," " Tim. Bran- 
dreth," grants to " Epherem Edwards," of Cape May, " 300 acres of ye hue mile beech, hee paying ye 
" Sociaty for same from Tortal Gut To ye fcoch bonnit Eaftward," with all rights; "the cuting of 
" feder only excepted, which he is not to dwo nor suffer to be done, without Giuing notis to me 
" thereof." " This is onley in Cafe of mortallity till I am able to Suruey itt." 
Dated, Aug. 4, 1714. 

Cape May, June 24, 1695. 

Order of the Justices & Sheriff that a boat shall be sold to defray expenses appertaining thereto, 
said vessel having been washed a shore at Cape May, " a yeare and a Day paft." 

" Tim. Brandreth and Jacob Spicer, being attefted to ye appraifment of ye fd Vefill, they ualiue 
" her afs fhe Lyes to be worth nine pounds." 

" The fd vefill being fouid afs a fore fd ye 24 of June, 1695," ..." fhe fell to be Jacob Spicers," 
who paid according to appraisement. 

Survey of Tim. Brandreth, for Ephram Edwards, of " 300 acres of the fine mile beach begining 
" at the Inlet at ye sow weft End Cauled Turtle Gut Inlet." 
Aug. II, 1714. 
Entered, Aug. 12, 1716. 

"Indenture": Dated, 23 April, 1695: 

Between Jeremiah Basse, "' now of burlingtown, Mrchant," agent for the West New Jersey So- 
ciety, & " John Reeues, of ye Countey of Cape May," " Cooper." 
For the sum of 2o£., said Basse, as agent, sells to said " Reeues," 200 acres of land " in ye 

Countey of Cape May, Lying and being on ye found fide," " under ye yearly Rent of two fat Capons 

or henes payable " on the 25"' Dec, " at Cox Hall, on Cape May." 

In presence of: Jeremiah Basse. [Seal.] 

Jofeph Holdin, 
Jofhaway Barksted. 
"Recorded, 2 July, 1695. 

Memo, that where the Rent in the above agreement is " two fat hens or Capens ", it is agreed that 
in future the rent shall be " one Eare of Indeun Corne." 

Jeremiah Basse. 

Recorded, 20 Dec, 1699. 

Power of Attorney: Isaac Willman, of South Hampton, Co. of Suffolk, " Prouincpf New Yorke, 
Hufband Man," to " My Trufty and well beloued friend Humphry Hufe, of y" fd town." 

Executed " in South hampton, this 19 day of Sept., 1695." 
In presence of: 

Daniell Hillfey, 

Mathew Howell. 

Isaac Willman Acknowledges the above " Letter of Attorney," before Mathew Howell, Juftice, 19 
Sept., 1695. 

Letters of Administration Granted by Mr. Joseph Holdin & John Jernis, to Randall Huitt, 19 
Mch., 1695; he having filed inventory of his " Deceafed Morther Dorritey Huitt." 
Recorded, y*"" April, 1696. 



394 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Marriage of Curnelius fcillinger, Juner, & Mary ftits, before John Townsend, Justice, 10*'' June, 

1715- 

[Wits:?] Cornelus fchillinger, 

Cornelus fchillinger, hir 

lead daey [Lydia?] fchillinger, mary x ftites. 

his marke 

henry H ftits, 

marke 

Elizabeth Taylor, 

John Townsend, Justis, 

henry ftits, Junor, 

Richard ftites, 

John Taylor, 

daniell Wiggins, 

John will Liss, 

Richard forteskue, 

Isack Brooks, Ju"', 

his 

Beniamin B hand, Ju^ 

mark 

Edmund fhaw, 

his 

Abiah ~ hofkins, 

marke 

Entered, 13"" June, 1715. 

Appointment of M"' Jofhua Barkfted, of Cohan fie, Gentlm", as agent of the West New Jersey So- 
ciety, by Jeremiah Basse, Nov. i^S 1694. 

Dec. 7^^, 1694, said " Jofhaway Barkfted waf tefted for to make true furuay, betwene ye pro- 
priators, and ye purchers, a Cording to the beft of his knowledg"; before us. 

John Jeruif, Joseph Holdin. 
Recorded, 3''* Nov., 1695. 

Isaac Stratton, Jun'', was married to Mary Foster, 15'''' Oct., 1734. 

His Oldest Daughter, Hannah, was born 14'* Mch., I73|-. 

Release & Discharge of all Claims of every kind from Jofhuah Garlick, of East Hampton, on Long 
Island, " weauer," to John Parfons. 

his X mark. 
Executed, 2y Oct., 1693. 
Recorded, 17"' Dec, 169 

George Taylor married to Lydia Shaw, 8* May, 1720, by Reuerent Nathaniell Jenkins. 

William Taylor, b. 7*^^ June, 1722: 
his Eldeft Daughter b. 22 Feb., " at nite," I72|-. 
b. 24 Jan., " in ye night," I72f. 

James Edwards records his Ear Mark Aug. 28, 1731. 

William Shaw married to Lidia Parfons, Apr. 8^^, 1695, by Samuell Crowell, in ye Prefenc of: 

henry ftits, 
hanah ftits, 
Abrani fniith, & 
feuarall more. 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 395 

Children borne: 
William, b. Aug. 24, 1697. 
Richard, b. Oct. 29, 1699. 
Lidia, b. Sept. 14, 1703. 
John, b. Feb. 4, 1705. 
Jofhua, b. Mch. 26, 1707. 
nathan, b. Dec. 23, 1710. 

William fhaw, Juner, died Dec. 13, 1714. 

Marriage of Thomas bancraft and Elizabeth " niathes ", " before me, one of his magefteyes 
Juftifes of the Peace," County of Cape May, 6'" April, 1715. 
[Wits:?] 

John Townsend, Thomas Bancraft, 
Jofeph whillden, hir 

humphery hughes, Juftifis, Elizabeth x mathews. 
John Paige, marke 

Richard Downes, 
John Taylor, 
John Buck, 
John hughes, 
Mary x mathes, 

her marke 
John Creffe, 
Zelophead[?] hand, 
William fegraue, 
Entered, 30*''" May, 171 5. 

Power of Attorney: Andrew Hamilton, Esq., Gouerner of the prouince of Eafte & Weft Jerfey, 
to George Taylor, of Cape May, Gen', " to take into his pofefsion all wracks or Drift whales, or other 
" Royall fifh. that fhall be Droue on fhore aney where uppon the Cofte of Cape May, Egg harbour, or 
" with in Dillawer Riuer, as far as Burlingtown, or aney wrack floating Neare the Coafte, & to Defpofe 
" of the fame " . . . " make inquerey into aney wracks heare to fore Droue on fhore, or whales & 
" whale bone, or other Royall fifh, and Make Demand of the same," ..." paying the Refonabl faluage 
" for the fame." 

Executed, " att Burlingtown, 3"''' day of Octo., 1696," 8"" year of his Majesties Reign. 
In presence of: And. Hamilton. [Seal.] 

Tho. Reuell, 

John Taylor. 

John Taylor married to Lydia fchillinx, Oct. 14, 1722, by Rev. Nathaniell Jenkins. 

Mary Taylor, b. Aug. 5, 1723. 

his wife died Nov. 1725. 

John maried againe To Deborah Garrison, by M"' Jenkins, May 8, 1726. 

John Richardson records his Ear Mark [Later George Hand's, Junior.] May 11, 1732. 

" Joynte Confent " of Humphery Hufe & Oleuer Rufill, as to the boundaries of their property: The 
land formerly belonging to Randall Huitt. & surveyed by John Worldge, by deed from Jeremiah 
Basse, to "ye Widtlow Huitt Deceafed," & by Randall Huitt sold to " Humphery Hufe"; & the 
one half part sold by him to " Oleuer Rufsill "; Each half part containing 172^ acres. 
Boundaries: " ye Great Kreek " " ye land of Thomas hand, formerly furuaid for william Jacoks." 
" boath ye afore faid tracts being furuaid and Laid out and butted by Me in ther prefents to 
" & with the Confente of ye aboue faid Humprey Hufe and Oleuer Rufsill aforefaid." 
30'-' Mch., 1697. Jofh. Barkfted, furuayor of Cape May Countey. 

Acknowledged by the " within menfhoned perties." 

6'* Apr., 1607. Samuell Crowell. Gecfrge Taylor. 

Recorded, Apr. 14, 1697. Juf. 



396 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Marriage of John Taylor, son of Georg Taylor, of the Countey of Cape May, & Elifabeth Belfher, 
Late of Bolton, in New England, " after y*" Maner of y'= Church of England," Apr. 5, 1697. 
[Wits:?] 

[No name.] John Taylor, 

Geo. Taylor, Jufties, Elifabeth belfher. 

Elifabeth Taylor, 
Jn" worledg, 
Tim. Brandreth, 
Recorded, Apr. 26, 1697. 

Margery Tayler, b. Aug. 16, 1698. 
George Tayler, b. Dec. 11, 1699. 
John Tayler, b. June 14, 1704. 
Mary Tayler, b. Apr. 25, 1707. 
famuell Tayler, b. Mch. 27, 1710. 
Jeremiah Tayler, b. Aug. 14, 1713. 

Samuell & Mary, died Oct. 17, 1711. 
Dec. 22, 171 3, Jeremiah died. 

Letters of Administration Granted to Elifabeth Carman, widdow & Relect of John Carman, De- 
ceafed, by M" fam. Croell & John Jeruis, 15 Sept., 1696. 

Letters of Administration Granted to Hanah holdin, widdow & Rellect of Jofeph Holdin, De- 
ceafed, by M"' famuell Croell & John Jeruis, 15 Dec, 1696. 

Letters of Administration Granted to william & Lidey fhaw. Executors to and for Elifabeth fifh, 
Deceafed, by M'' famuell Crowell & John Jeruis, 12 Jan., 1696. 

Letters of Administration Granted to John townfend. Executor to & for Eafter Badcock, De- 
ceafed, by M'' famuell Croell & John Jeruis, 17 Mch., 1696. 

Letters of Administration Granted to Deborah & oleuer Rufsill, Executors to & for Thomas 
Goodin, Deceafed, by M'^ famuell Croell & John Jeruis, 16 Jan., 1696. 

Recorded, [all?] May 4, 1696. 

James Briggs & margery Taylor maried by Thomas hand, Juftis, Mch., 22, 1713. 

Mary brigs, b. Aug. 19, 1715. 
Elizabeth brigs, b. July 3, 1717. 
Kesiah brigs, b. Aug. 30, 1719. 
Martha [brigs?], b. Aug. 10, 1721. 
Sarah [brigs?], b. May 31, 1724. 

Letters of Administration Granted to Jofeph Whildin, Executor to & for Nathaniel! fhort, by M'" 
famu" Crowell & John Jeruis, 19 Jan., i69-|. 

Letters of .A.dministration Granted to Edmon Hoell, Executor to & for his Deceafed farther, 
Edmond Hoill, by M'^ fam" Crowell & John Jeruis, ig** Jan., 169I. 

Letters of administration Granted to Nicholas Martinau, Executor to & for John Guilyard, De- 
ceas'', by M'' fam" Crowell & John Jeruis, 19 Jan., 169!. 

Recorded, [all?] Mch., 4, i69f 

Cape May, ii*^"' 8'"', 1698. William Jacoks. " aged about two & fortey yeares," complains that 
"on thirfday the 6'''' of this Inftant October," " heebeing Compelled; by Beniamen Godfroy, Mar""', 
"for to Move his floop Caulled The Joseph; out of a fafe harbor Called the Greene Creek; into the 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 



397 



"town Creek att Cape May: where hee haith Receiued Mucli Damage; boath in the floop & Goods; 
" that are belonging to y" faid Beniamen Godfroy: by Reafon of ftrefs of werther we Received tlieir." 
John Jeruis, Quor". Will'" Jacoks. 

John Pagget aged a bout twentey yeares teftifieth the fame be foure Mee. 
John Jeruis, Quo™. [?]. his 

John X pagget. 
mark 
Recorded, i2«^'' S""-, 1698. 

Marriage of Jofeph Croweil & Anne Eaglesfild, before John Townsend, Justice of the Peace for 
the County of Cape May, Mch. 2, ijotV 



[Wits:?] 

John Townsend, Juftis, 
Jacob Spicer, 
Ezekiel Eldredge, 
John Parfons, 
Robert Townsend, 
filuanes Townsend, 
famuell Eldredge, 

hir 
Elizabeth x Parsons, 
mark 
hir 
farah x Eldredge, 
mark 
hir 
mary x mathews, 
mark 
hir 
[ ? ] X Croweil, 
mark 
hir 
Phebe x Townsend, 
mark 
hir 
farah x Townsend, 

mark 
Charytee x Forman, 
hir mark 
Recorded, lo"" May, 171 1. "John Tayler, Clarke." 

Jofeph Crowell's daughter mary, b. Mch. 14, 1711. 
his son Edward, b. June 17, 1713. 
his son Jofeph, b. Sept. 6, 1716. 

Joshua Stites records his Ear Mark 



Jofeph Croweil, 
ann Croweil, 
George Eaglesfeild, 
Elizabeth Eaglesfield, 
famuell mathews, 
famuell Croweil. 



Aug. 30, 1 73 1. 



Letter of .Administration Granted to William fegrave, a pon the Efects of oleuer Johnfon, De- 
ceafed, by M"' fam" Croweil & Jacob Daiton, 21 Dec, 1698. 

Power of Attorney: beniamen Godfroy, of Cape May, to Ezekiell Eldridg, of Cape May. 
Executed, Apr. 6, g**" of William, 1697. 
In presence of: B. Godfroy. [Seal] 

John Jervis, Quo^ 
fam" Croweil. 

Acknowledged before fam" Croweil. 
" Renewed & Ratefied " Apr. 8, 1698. 
Recorded, by Tim. Brandreth. [No date.] C. Godfroy. 



398 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Marriage of Beniamin Hand & Ann Chue, both of the County of Cape May, before Justice of 
the Peace, 14 Jan., i/of. 

[Wits:?] 

John Townsend, Juftice, his 

Jonathan ofborne, Beniamin x hand, 

Charles Robinfon, marke 

william fhavv, hir 

Robert Townfend, Ann x Chue. 

William fmith, marke 

Beniamin ftits x his marke, 

his 
Abnah x hand, 
marke 
his 
henrey x ftits, 

marke 
hannah ftits, 
filuenes Townfend, 

his 

Peter x hand, 

marke 

Beniamin hand's fon, Isack hand, b. Aug. 14, 1709. 
Pacianc hand, b. Aug. 19, 171 1. 
Jacob hand, b. Apr. 21, 1714. 

John Parsons' Childrens' ages, 
farah Parsons, b. Nov. 14, 1702. 
John [ " ?] b. Mch. 7, 170I-. 
Abigail [ " ?] b. Feb. 3, 170!. 
Robert [ " ?] b. June 9, 1710. 

John Garlick records his Ear Mark Dec. 29, 1728. 

Cape May, 13 June, 1697. 

Marriage of Peter Peterfon, " negero to M"' Georg Taylor," & Elizabeth Donkon, " in pfents of 
his Mafter, Georg Taylor & famll Crowell, Juftices*, Tim. Brandre"", John Taylor, Elifabeth Taylor, S^ 
Elizabeth Taylor, Ju"'," " & in cafe they fhould have aney Children to ferve untill they were 31 yeares 
" of age or as the Law Derects &c." 

Recorded, 20 July, 1697. 

Agreement of John Shaw " to maintain the fence on the fouth eaft fide of his land between him 
" & his brother Will" down tourdes the Marfh " said John Shaw, having purchased his land from his 
brother William. 

Executed, Aug. 7, 1697. John Shaw. [Seal.] 

Sam" Crowell, 

Jacob Dayton, Juftices. 

Recorded, 3 Dec, 1697. 
Daniel Norton records his Ear Mark Nov. 21, 1731. 

Letters of Administration Granted to John Hickman, fhaniger Hand & John Tayler, a pon 

the Efects of John Stubbs, Deceafed, Sept. 5'''', , by Jonathan ofborn & Arther Creafey, 

Juftices. 

Recorded, [No date.] 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 399 

Marriage of Josiah Crowell, of tlie County of Cape May, & " Mary whellding, daugher To 
M'' Jofeph whellding, of the fame place,"' Dec. 17, 1708. 
[Wits:] 

Joseph whillden, Jofiah Crowell, 

Hannah whillden, hur 

Ezekell Eldredge, Mary x whillden. 

John Page, mark 

hur John Taylor, 

Elizabeth x Page, Jofeph whillden, 

mark John mathews, 

farah x Eldredge, Dauid Creffe, 

mark Samuell Eldrege, 

famuell Crowell, 

Arthur Creffe, 

marcy x Creffe, 

marcy x bell, 

Experenc whillden, 

Experienc x Crowell, 

Elizabeth Taylor, 

Sarah x mafon, 

Ephrian Edwards, 

Cefar Godefifry, 

George CrafTord, 

John Roberts, 
Entered, 10 Jan., 1708. " John Taylor, Clark." 

Deborah Golden, " the Daughter of Jofeph Golden," " Recorded, by her father's orders," May 24, 
1734. [" this mark is Jofeph Golden's now."] 

Deed of Sale: Jacob Spicer to William fimkins. 

For " I haue Rescued full fatisfaxtion for the same of ye said fimkins " said Spicer sells his " hous 

& fife acres of Land.'' 

Executed, Mch. 28, 1705. 
In presence of: Jacob Spicer. [Seal.] 

Georg hand, 

Conftant hughes. 

Entered, April, — 1716. 

Acknowledgment of Jacob Spicer, before Shamger Hand, Judg., Mch. 28, 1705. 

Att a Court held att Cape May the 21'^'' day of Sept., 1698. 

John fifh, deceafed, by his Executor William Shaw, is discharged of his Bond to the Juftices of the 
County, " if hee did not pay the Inventon,- of his wife Mary fifh, formerly Mary Curwithen, in De- 
fraying her Debts, he, the sd fifh, would pay itt to " her dafter." 

Recorded, 10 July, 1703. 

"Indenture": Dated. 11 April, 1694: 

Between Caleb Carman & Elizabeth Carman, his wife, & Jacob Spicer. 
For the sum of 2f,£., " in silver money," said Carman & wife, sell to said Spicer all their right, 
etc. to: 

" their houfe & Lot, sittuate "" in the town of portfmoth, in the County of Cape May"; "said 
ground doth contain " 20 pole wide & 40 pole long, " frunting the bag fide on the north fide by John 
" fifhis Lot," ..." on the fouth fide by the Lot that went by the name of John throp formerly." 
In presence of: Caleb Carman, [Seal.] 

Ben. Godfroy, Elizabeth Carman. [Seal]. 

Thom. hand. 

Receipt for the sum of 2c,£., from Jacob Spicer, April ir, 1694, by Caleb Carman. 



400 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Acknowledgment of Caleb Carman, before John Jeruis, Quo™, 1696. 
Recorded, [No date.] 

Marriage of Richard Bats & Elizabeth Duncan, before Cap' mathews & Seuerall others, May 24, 
1709. 

Jonathan ofborne's Childrens' ages: 
abiah ofborne, b. Sept. 9"", 1692; about 10 a Clock. 
Ruth ofborne, b. Feb. 20, 169 f; at 6 at night. 
Bezaleell ofborne, b. Jan. 21, 170J; at 6 at night, 
nathan ofborne, b. Feb. 2, i/of; at noone. 
Ananias ofborne, b. Feb. 5, I7cf ; at 10 at night. 

Receipt for 30 shilings, "being in full for the Improuement of fine akers of land adgyneing" 

To William fimkins land, " for which said fum I doe acknoledg to Reseue," ..." & put the fd 
fimkins in quiet & pefable Poffefion." 

Executed, i Aug., 1715. his 

In presence of: Nicklas x hauens. 

John Paige, mark 

Jacob Spicer, Juftifes. 

Entered, Apr. 12, 1716. 

Deed of Sale: Elizabeth Carman, widdow & Relect of John Carman, deceafed, of Cape May, "being 
Left whole & fole Executor of all the Estate ": For the sum of yi., sells to John CrafTord, all 
her right, etc., in " a Certain water Mill ftanding a pon a Kreek Cauled by the name of Cold 
" Spring Ivreek, the fd Mill the one halfe of her Gave to Mee by My hufband, John Carman, as 
" by his will May More att Large a peere, which halfe of the fd ]\Iill I dwo as a fore sd fell " to 
John Crafford. 
Executed, 9"" Aug., 1699. 'i^"" 

In presence of: Elizabeth x Carman. [Seal.] 

William Simkins, marke 

Tim. Brandreth. 
Recorded, Sept. 4*'', 1699. 

Joseph huitt's Childrens' agis: 
Thomas, b. Aug. 31, 1707. 
Mary, b. Dec. 18, 1708. 
hester, b. Feb. 4, 17^- 
Anne, b. Oct. 10, 1712. 
Joseph, b. Jan. 26, i7tI- 

William fegraue's fon, William, b. Oct. 14, 17 16. 

Moses Crofle records his Ear Mark [Later Jofeph Savage's.] Aug. 6, 1731. 

Indenture: in which Caleb Carman, of Cape May, " whaleman," for the sum of 8£. " silver money," 
sells & puts in possession, John Crafiford, " of the place & provinc aforesd," " of the one halfe of 
" a Certain water Mill " . . . " granted to me by Jeremiah Basse," ..." a pon the Kreek 
" Cauled Cold Spring Kreek ": 

" Itt is to be underftud that the faid John Crafford as to Cleere the sd Caleb Carman of what a 
" Greement he Made with Richard Jones as to his halfe fheere of the Mill." 
Executed, Oct. 27, 1698. 

In presence of: Caleb Carman. [Seal.] 

John Jeruis, 

fam" Mathews, Juftices. 
Recorded, Sept. 4, 1699. 

Ebenezer Nuton records his Ear Mark [This mark is desired by his son Caleb July 10. 1731. 
Nuton.] 



RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 
Ebenezer Nuton's "mark or Brand for horses", [Recorded?] 



401 



July 10, 1 73 1. 



An Inventory of the Goods & Chatties, Lands & tenemants, of M'' Joseph Holden, Deceafed, 
appiefed by John Jervis, fhamger hand, & Jacob Dayton, being duly attefted be for Juftis Crowell, the 
I"' day of May, 1696. 

Imps: 

his — & Gurdell i* his wereing Cloathes 5* 

his widdows bed & furniture 5* IO^ another ferther bed' 

one floclc bed with Covering i* one p of fheets & table Cloath 

one bible & other fmall books 6^: 26 pound of puter 

26 pound of old puter i' 6' tenn fpoones i" 8'^ 

5 luron pots 3^ 2 old bras Cettles 2^: 2 frying pans 6^ 

flue fives 6" wooden ware i*: 10' tooles & old luron 3* 

2 pare of ftilyards 15' one plow & Carte, Chaines & other things 
one Gun i* 5' one Gun barill & Lock 12' tongs & Chafing difh 4^ 
fiue fpining wheale i*: 4": 3 Chefts one Cheft of Drawres, box 
one Luking Glace 4 Glafe bottles & other fmall things 
foure Cowfe with Calves 12*- thre 3 year old heifers with Calves 

3 two year old heifers 5^ 10" two 3 year old hifers 5* 
three 2 year old heifers 5* 10' two oxen fore year old 
7 three year old fteeres 21* : 5 two year olds 9* 10" 6 yearlins 6* 
2 three year old bules 4.^ two Mares & one year old 6* 

Cattle belonging to the plantation where 

on Gandcy Liveth 
foure Cowfe 11^: lo-three year olds 3^ a fteere of Jofephs 2^ 
a Mare of Jofephs 2* 10'' a heifer & Calfe Cauled EUifos 
the plantation where on he lives with the Crop & other Imple""™*^ 
the plantation where on Gandey Liveth with the Improvements 
a Negro farvant 



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af witnefs our hands the year & Day above written 
John Jervis, fhamger Hand, Jacob Dayton. 



This is a true Inventory of M'' George Taylor's Eftate, apprifed by us, John CrafTord & William 

Golding, the g*^ day of September, 1701 : 

Imp': ' £. 

fixteen Cowfe 48 

foure oxen 20 

two fteeres 08 

two bules 05 

three fteeres 09 

on bull 02 

three heifers . 06 

two fteeres 04 

one bull 02 

three heifers 03 

three bules 03 

foure Calves 02 

five Mares 24 

two horfes 08 

two Colts 03 

tenn fhcepe 06 

beding & houfeall ftuflf 70 

bookes 10 

fore Gunes 05 



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402 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

for Carte & wheales & plow Geeres , 08 oo oo 

hides & Lerther 20 00 00 

houfe & Land 300 00 00 

book Debts 34 16 06 

for Negroes no 00 00 

two bridles & fadle 01 10 00 

3 times Going to the afsembly 

to one hand Mill 05 00 00 



Totall: £700 18 06 
John Crafford. Will. Golden. 

A true & p feet Inventory of the Goods & Chatties of John parfons, deceafed, taken this 13 day 
of March, 169 J. 
Imp^: 

his wareing- apparill 

three Cowfe & Calves 

three three year old heifers 

three 2 year old heifers 

one fteere 

fore yearlins 

one fow 

one Mare 

one old horfe 

a Carte & wheales 

a Loome & Geeres 

a plow & Geeres 

2 old beds & beding & other old Lumber 

tow old Chefts & fum Lumber in them 

a brafs kettle 

2 fmall pots & 2 Kettles 

6 pound of old puter 

the Improvements & old houfe 

fum old tooles & other old luron 

one old frying pan 

one fmall pare of ftilyards 

a fadgle & bridle 

2 fpining wheeles & other Lumber 

3 Iron wedges & Rings 
a Gun & fworde 

Totall: £51 18 00 

John fhaw, John Richardfon, Arther Crefse, & proved in Corte the 20 of March, i69f. 

An Inuentory of the Goods, Chatties & Credets of Dority Huitt, Deceafed, Taken & apprifed by 

us, fam" Crowell, Timothy Brandreth, the 3'' of March, 169I. 

Imp": £ 

one Cheft 00 

one Cow & a two year old heifer 04 

one Cow & yearlin 03 

two 4 year old fteeres 06 

one wheale 00 

fum puter & fum old houfal ftuf 00 

one kettle & one poridg pot 01 

one old Gun & brand ax 00 

2 old fadgles & bridgles 00 

one Chaine a Carte & wheales 01 

one horfe 02 



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2 old ferther beds & Kiverin 03 00 00 



Totall: £26 08 00 
Sam" Crowell, 
Tim. Brandreth. 

A True Inventory of the Eftate of Edmond Howell, Deceafed, taken & appraifed by us, this 3 
Day of december, 1697, John Crafford & Timothy Brandreth. 
Imp^: 

his apparill 

a perfell of puter 

to two prittey big brafe Kettles 

to a frying pan 

to plow geeres an ax a fpaid 2 hoes 

a perfell of pots & a fmall Kettle & a pan 

to 3 ferther beds & beding 

to a hamok & a fmall bed 

to two Guns 

to a puter Chamber pot & fpaid 

to 3 Chefts 

to a fword & bagonet 

to 2 fyeth & 2 fikles 

to a perfall of Twoles 

to a fadgle & bridle 

to 2 Cealers & one paile 

to a fet of Curtins & fum other fmaull things 

to a cheft & bole & a bible & 4 books 

to a filver Dram Cup & a fkimer 

to a fteele trap & a parfell of fhott 

to a p fell of powder Kales & a bell 

to a Looking Glafe & a p of fhoes 

to 8 Cowfe & Calves 

to 5 yearlins & a yoke of oxen 

to one horfe & a Mare 

to 200 acres of Land & Improvements 

to a porte Mantle & bagonet 

to a 100 acres of Land formerly Jofhua woods 

to a Grinftone 

to 2 fwords 

Totall: £147 06 00 
John CrafTord, 
Tim. Brandreth. 

An Inventory of the Goods, Chatties & Credits of John Carman, Deceafed, Taken & appraifed by 

lis, this 23'' day of aprell, in the yeare 1696. 

Sam" Mathews, Jonathan forman, & Timothy Brandreth. 

Imp': £. 

His apparill 10 

to a bill of humpliry hughes & a bill John parfons 05 

to fam" ^Mathews & Cumpaney 03 

to Jonathan forrnan 03 

to John Creafey 00 

to hefter badcock 00 

to John CrafTord 00 

2 beds & furniture 10 

one Cheft & trunck 01 

to puter 05 



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404 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

luron pots & Kettles 

& the Reft of the houfe all ftuff 

the prow [sic] & Chaine & Reft of the tooles 

a Carte & wagin 

books & Gun 

2 wheales 

the fmith tooles 

feven Cowfe feven yearlins & the Reft of ye Catle 

to 2 horfes, two year old, i yearlin 

to a fhear of a Mill att town 

to a fhecre of a Mill a pon the mill Kreek 

his buildings 

his Lands & Improvements 

his fheere of whale Crafte 

Sam" Mathews, 
Jonathan forman, 
Tim. Brandreth. 

The vviddow Johnfon's Eftate was apprifed by John Richardfon & John ftilwell, the 13'* of Octo- 
ber, 1698. 
Imp': 

The houfe & Land & Improvements 

5 Cowfe & fore Calves 
2 Mares 
4 yearlins 
2 fteeres 
Coopers ftuf 

2 fows & piges 
a bed & furniture 

3 Chefts & a box 
a Gun 

puter & other houfeall ftuf 
his wareing Cloathes 
a wheale & Cheares 
Coopers tooles 

6 other tooles 

£72 3 6 

A true Inventory of the Goods & Chatties, of Elizabeth fifh, Deceafed, taken & apprifed by us, 
William Whitlock & John Richardfon, 28 day of July, 1696. 
Imp': 

feven hed of Cattle & a Mare Colt 

3 Chefts & 4 trenchors 

two beds & beding 

two luron pots 2 luron Catties one brafs Kettle 4 puter bafons & More old puter 

one fourd & Gun 12', 2 faws 6' 

2 agures a Gouge & a Chefell 

fum old axes & fum old luron 

fum old tubs & other Lumber & plow lurons 

the Improvements 

Weges & Rings 3' one brafs Kettle i ^-5' 

foure head of Cattle fum yong 

old puter a frying pan & other Lumber 

a Looking Glafe & a luron Kettle 

on old luron pot one old ax 2 old fheetes & other old Lining 

three old books 

William Whitlock. Totall: £39 17 03 

John Richardfon. 

Attefted before fam" Crowell. 



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RECORDS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY, N. J. 405 

Richard Townfen's Ear Mark Mch. 17[?], 1703. 

Abraham Beners'[?] Ear Mark [Later [Erasedjkell Eldridge's.] Apr. 23, 1706. 

[Later Robert Pereman's.] 

John Buck's Ear Mark [Later Aaron Learning, Jun".J Apr. 2^, 1706. 

Conftant [Erased] Ear Mark [Later Richard Stits'.] Apr. 23, 1706. 

[Entered for his widdow, Abigail Stites.] Apr. ly, 1743. 

Samuell Johnfon records his Ear Mark [" formerly belonging to George Booth, Apr. 13, 1706. 

but he Deserting the Countey."] [Later Ebenezar Johnfon's.J 

Abraham Bener records his Ear Mark [" formerly belonging to Richard Craf- May i, 1706. 

ford, desesed."] 

M'' Richard Swain's Ear Mark [Later Danil Swaine's.] May 22, 1706 

Richard Tharcher's[?] Ear Mark ["formerly belonging to Robert Crofley, but June 17, 1706. 

he Deserting the County & heare hauing noe Estate.''] 

[Recorded for Mr. John Bradner[?] Nov. 28, — [Date gone.] 

Zeblon fvvaine records his Ear Mark June 23, 1721. 

Charles Barns records his Ear Mark [Later Thomas Learning's 16 May, 1744.] Aug. 16, 1721. 

John Creffe, Juner, records his Ear Mark [" formerly belonging to Cefar hofkins, Oct. 7, 1721. 

he departing this County ".] [Later Jeremiah Hand's.] 

The Eare marke of John ftillwel it being a flit in ye Top of ye Right Eare & an L [? or V] top 
of ye left ear, formerly belonging to Thomas Goodwin, decefed, & hauing no heir Executor nor 
adminiftrator. 

Entered this 9'" day of nouember, 1721. 

Samuell Richardson records his Ear Mark [Later Jacob Richardson's.] Nov. 9, 1721. 

Samuell Bancraft records his Ear Mark Apr. 14, 1722. 

William fmith, Esq^ records his Ear Mark [Nov. 3, 1749, Recorded for his son May, 28, 1722. 

Richard Smith.] 

Jonathan Swaine records his Ear Mark [Later James Jacock's.] Aug. 7, 1706. 

Thomas hand records his Ear Mark [1734 George Hand's, son of Thomas Oct. 5, 1706. 

Hand.] 

Cumelus hand records his Ear Mark [Later Jeremiah Leaming's.] Oct. 5, 1706. 

Jeradiah[?] hughes records his Ear Mark [Later Humphry Hughes, Eq^] Oct. 12, 1706. 

John Taylor records his Ear Mark " for Jades " [" formerly belonging to Feb. 20, 170^. 

Nathaniell Short, Dec'd.] | Later Jofhua Shaw's.] 

John Crandall records his Ear Mark [Later — Pierce's.] Mch. 25, 1707. 

fhamger hand, Juner, records his Ear Mark [Later henry yong's, "his Apr. 30, 1707. 

fuckfceder."] 

Beniamin Stites records his Ear Mark [Later Jonothan Stites'.] May 17, 1707. 

Ebenefer Swaine records his Ear Mark [Later Silas Swain's.] Jan. 18, 1707. 

WilHam Mathews records his Ear Mark [" for horses & mars."] [No date.] 

William Eauens records his Ear Mark June 2, 1722. 

" William Eauens sold his mark to Elias Gandy, for the Sum of one Shilling, the 8 day of November, 
" 1739, & ordered me to enter it. Jer**" Leaming." 

Dauid hildreth records his Ear Mark "for sheep" [Later "his son Joshaw June 6, 1722. 

Hildreth's.] 

Thomas Leamyng records his Ear Mark [Later "his son Christopher June 11, 1722. 

Leamyng's.] [Also his brand for horses entered same date.] 



4o6 HISTORICAL MISCELLANY. 

Curnelius fchillinex, Juner, records his Ear Mark June 12, 1722. 

Nathaniel Resco[?] records his Ear Mark [No date.] 

James hawthorn records his Ear Mark 
William Mathews records his Ear Mark 

Conftant hughes records his Ear Mark 

Jofiah Crowell records his Ear Mark [Later 1734, Sam' Crowell's.] 

Robert Townsend records his Ear Mark 

Zelofead hand records his Ear Mark [Later " his son Nathan' Hand's.] 

Randall huitt records h'is Ear Mark 

Joseph huit records his Ear Mark [Later " his son Thomas Huet."] 

Beniamin hand, fener, records his Ear Mark [Later John Garlick's.] 

John Creffe records his Ear Mark [Feb. 9, 1740, " his son Robert Creffe,"] 

Aron Leornard records his Ear Mark ["' Now the mark of Aron Leaming, his 

Gra - Octob"' — 17—". Scratched out.] 
Moses Crosley records his Ear Mark 

Mofis buts records his Ear Mark 

Richard fortiscue records his Ear Mark [Later Henry Steven's.] 

Ifack ftratton records his Ear Mark 

John Goofe records his Ear Mark [Later John Goofs, J"' [Goop?] 

Charles Robinson records his Ear Mark 

Jofhua Garlick records his Ear Mark 

Ebenezer nuton records his Ear Mark [Er^ed.] 

Jofeph whilden, Juner, records his Ear Ma?k [Later James Whillden's.] 

Peter hand records his Ear Mark 

Thomas Bancraft records his Ear Mark 

Chriftefor Churck records his Ear Mark 

Beniamin holdin records his Ear Mark [" formerly belonging to Denis Linch, 

deceased."] 
henry fteephens records his Ear Mark [Later Jonathan foreman's.] 
Dauid Creffe records his Ear Mark [Later Lewis Crefse's.] " Last 

Chriftefor Churck records his Ear Mark [Later " his son Jeremiah Church."] 
famuell Eldridge records his Ear Mark [" formerly John Carman, dec'd."] 
Nathaniell hand records his Ear Mark 
James Brigs records his Ear Mark 
famuell Eldridg records his Ear Mark " for horses " 
Thomas Langley records his Ear Mark [" formerly Jofhua Carman, he decert- 

ing the County."] Oct. 8, 1718. 

bartholemew ftiles [ftites?] records his Ear Mark [Later John Richafon, 1732.] Oct. 9, [1710 or 1718]. 

" The mark of Richard ftillwell a V & a half Pcny under ye Right Ear. Recorded ye 16 day of October, 
" 1719." 

nathaniell foftar records his Ear Mark [No date.] 

nathaniell Resco records his Ear Mark [Erased.] May 11, 1720. 

Jofhua Crafford records his Ear Mark June 21, 1720. 

Andrew Godfrey records his Ear Mark [" formerly William Nickkools', he 

decerting the County."] July 20, 1720. 

John Hand records his Ear Mark Jan. 16, 1721. ■ 

Beniamin Craford's Ear Mark [Later Ifsachax [Isaac?] Crafford's.] Apr. 18, 1715. 



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407 



Ezekell mulford records his Ear Mark [Later Tliomas Rofs'.] 

Saimiell (waine records his Ear Mark 

John Willis records his Ear Mark 

William mulford's Ear Mark 

nathaniell norton's Ear Mark [Later " his son Daniel Norton."] 

John hand's Ear Mark 

William nickkools records his Ear Mark 

Richard {haw records his Ear Mark 

John Taylor records his Ear Mark [Later fliamger hand's.] 



Apr. 18, 1715. 

June 29, 1 71 5. 
Dec. 22, 1715. 
Sept. 17, 1 7 16. 
Jan. 2, 17IJ. 
[No date.] 
Sept. 25, 1717. 
July II, 1718. 
July II, 1718. 



John Crandall, Jun', records his Ear Mark 



May 10, 1725. 



INDEX. 



AARON, free negro, bp., 1S7 
AARTSEN, Ariantje, mo., C4 
ABBOTT, Timotliy, wit., 2go 
ABEL, Daniel, md., 176 
ABINGTON, meiit., 309 
ABRAHAM, Abigail, mo., 193 
Ann, mo., 1S3, 184 
Chas , bur., 187 
Garret, nio. , 159 

James, fa., 159, 183, 1S4; Jr., 
fa., 186, i8g, igi*, 195; bur., 192; 
s., 193; negro, bp., 170 
John, bp., 159; md., 186*; fa., 193 
Letitia, bp., 193 
Lydia, bp., 1S9 
Margaret, md., 188 
Phebe, bp., 193; md., 194 
Rebecca, bp., 183 
Ruhamah, bp., 195 
Samuel, bp,, 184: bur., 1S7 
ADAMS (ADDAMS), Amy Lundy, 
mo., 355 
Edith (Lundy), md., 355 
Esther [?], wit., 247 
James, md., 247; wit., 247, 254 
Jane (Jannetje), mo., 60, 61, 87, 

124, 141, 144; wit., 83, 137 
Jeborah, wit., 247 
Joh [John], wit., 247, 252 
Joseph, fa., 355; husb. of Amy 

Lundy, 355 
Marcy (Mercey), wit., 261* 
Mary (Molli, Marya, ^Laria). mo., 

85, 88, 143, 146; wit., 100, 137 
Susanna, wit., 247 
ADMINISTRATION, Letters of, to E. 
Fish, 391; to Randal Huit and 
Richard Downes, 392; ment., 
393, 396, 398; to W. Segrave, 
397 
ADMINISTRATOR released, 389 
ADRIAANSZ (ADRIAN P, ADRIA- 
ANS, ADRIAENTS, ADRI- 
AENZ, ADRIANCE), Goosen 
(Gozen, Gazen), elk., 31; cattle- 
mark, 32'. wit., 67, 1 1 8, 130; fa., 
103; in cen., 152 
Hilletje, bp., 103 
Mr. Peter, cattle-mark. 45 
AIRESEN (ARESEN, ARSEN), Jno., 

deft., 228; pet. of, 236* 
AKIN, Mary, bp., 185 
Rachel, bp , 185 
Timothy, fa., 185 
ALE or strong drink, sale without 

license prohibited, 3S1 
ALLEN (ALLIN, ALLON, ALL—), 
husb., of Margrett, d., 268 
Aaron, b. , 263 

Abiijail (Abigaell. Abigael), wit., 
263; mo., 271: b., 274, 349; dau. 
of Joseph and Hannah, d., 349 



ALLEN (ALLIN, ALLON, ALL—), 

Abner, wit., 341 ; b., 360; d., 360, 
370; fa., 369*; husb., 375; ep., 375 

Amy (Ame, Anyf, Amey) , wit., 
264, 275, 288 t, 306, 311, 332 

And., md., 192 

Anna, w., ep., 211* 

Ann (Anne, Any f), wit., 288f, 319, 
330, 333. 334*, 338, 340; mo., 360* 

Augusta F., wit., 341 

Barzillai (Brazilla), wit., 34^; b., 
360; d., 360 

Benjamin C. (Benjamine C., Benjn. 
C.), b., 360; d. , 360; ep., 375 

Bersheba, md., 285 

Caleb, wit., 247, 248, 251*, 253 

Caroline M., mo., 210; wit., 333, 
335, 337. 338, 339; b., 360; md., 
360 

Catharine (Katharine, Cattron), 
wit., 262; b., 271; md., 182* 

Charles W., b., 361; md., 361; res., 
361 

Daniel (Daniell), wit., 259 [?]; b., 
274; md., 374 

David, wit., 257, 25S*, 261*, 262, 
263*, 276, 277, 296, 297; b., 265 

Deborah, b., 360; d., 360 

Dinah, md., 261 

Ebinezer, wit., 307 

Edith, wit., 259 

Edmund T., s., ep., 210, 217; wit., 
340 

Edmund W., M. D., ep., 210; fa., 
217; wit., 331, 332*, 339; b., 359 

Elihu, b. , 360; d., 360. 

Elisha, wit., 247 

Elizabeth, md., 188, 307, 319, 358; 
mo., 190, 265, 337; wit., 245*, 246, 
247*, 248*, 249*, 252, 254, 261, 
2S2, 305, 316, 318, 325; b., 360; 
d., 360; w. of Aliner, ep., 375 

Elizabeth H., w., ep.. 217 

Elizabeth \V. (Elizth. W.,) wit., 
332*, 334. 335, 340. 341; d-> 360, 
370; mo., 369* 

Elizabeth W. (Combs), mo., 369 

Elizth (Williams), mo., 359* 

Ephraim ( aim, Epiirahim, 

Eprahim), wit., 242*, 243, 260, 
261, 264; md., 243; fa., 271; b., 
271*; s. of Ephraim and Margrett, 
d., 271; fa., 271; husb. of Mar- 
grett, d., 271; wit., 280, 281, 282, 
285, 286, 287, 289*; ep,, 377 

Esther, md., 247 

Eugeney, s. , ep., 210 

Exercise, b. , 271 

Ezebell, b., 268 

Ezikiel (Ezekel), wit., 263, 264, 
2S8; md., 264; b. 369 

Gabriell, b., 271 

George, fa., 211, 274*, 362: wit., 
245, 24S, 251*, 252, 253*, 255, 

409 



ALLEN (ALLIN, ALLON. ALL—), 
256,260, 261; husb. of Hannah, 
274, 283; b., 360 

George, Jr. (George, Junr.), wit., 
308, 309 

George C, b., 369; resigned member- 
ship, 370 

George H., s., ep., 211 

George L., s., ep., 211* 

George S. [?], wit., 254 

Gideon M., wit., 340 

Gideon W., s., ep., 211 

Hannah (Hanna, Hannar), wit., 
248, 249, 252, 254*, 257, 258; dau. 
of George Corlies and wif° of 
Henry Allen, d., 269; mo., 271; 
b., 271; w. of Henry, d., 271; 
mo., 274*; w. of Geo., 274; wit., 
276, 280, 2S2. 294. 297, 299, 302, 
304, 306*, 308, 310, 311, 312, 
313*, 314, 315, 316, 319, 320*; 
mo., 332; w. of Joseph, 332; wit., 
339; mo., 349*; w. of Joseph, 
349*; b., 359; d., 360 

Henry (Honnery), md., 252; wit., 
252, 253, 254, 257*, 258*, 261, 
264; husb. of Hannah, 269, 
271; fa., 271*; wit., 276, 282, 
285 

Jacob, b., 271; wit., 288 

James, b. , 268, 274 

Jane, b., 360; d., 360 

Jedidiah (Jedediah, Jedidia, Jeddi- 
diah, Jeidiah, Jediah, Jerediah, 
Jiediah, Jed., 2nd.), wit., 242, 
244, 245*, 247*, 248*, 249*, 
250,* 251, 252, 253, 254*, 256, 
257*, 283*, 290, 291*, 293, 317, 
319, 320, 330, 333; fa., 265, 344, 
b. 268; md., 283; husb. of Phebe, 
344; b., 344. 349; <i., 345. 349; 
fa., 360*; bro. , res., 361; ref. to 
will, justice, etc., 372 

John (J no.), just., wit., 255, 294, 
317; b., 271, 360; ep., 377 

Jonathan (Jonathon,) wit., 257, 261, 
284, 285, 288; b., 265; house of, 
285 
Joseph (Jos., Josep), wit., 263, 
282, 292*, 294, 297,306, 308, 311, 
313, 316, 319, 320, 322, 323, 330. 
331; b., 274; house of, 2S2; md., 
297; s. of Joseph and Hannah; 
md., 332; wit., 332; fa., 332, 
husb. of Hannah, 332, 349*; wit., 
334. 335*. 336: fa-. 337; linsb. 
of Elizabeth, 337; wit., 337; fa., 
349*. 359*. 360, 361, b., 349, 
36t; md., 352; d., 360, 374; 
husb., 360, 375; bro., 361; res., 
361 ; store wheel-wright and black- 
smith, 361; ep. , 375 
Joseph, Junr. (Jos. Junr., Joseph 
jr.), wit., 315,* 316, 318, 319, 



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ALLEN (ALLIN, ALLON, ALL—), 
320; md., 316 

Joseph T., fa., 210; Iiiisb., 217 

Joseph W.f (Joseph Willm., Jos. 
W., Jos. \Villi.ims), wit., 333f, 
335; b., 36of; d., 360 

Judah, house of, 241; wit., 24:, 242, 
243, 244, 247, 248, 261, 2S2 

Lydia (Lyddia, Lydea, Liddia), 
mo., 211; b., 271, 274; wit., 305*, 
306, 307*, 308, 309*, 310, 312, 
313. 315*, 317, 327; ep., 377 

Lydia, Jr., wit., 308 

Margaret (Marijrett. rett), md., 

197; wit., 256, 25S, 259, 307; mo., 

268; w. of , 268; mo., 271*; 

w. of Ephraim, 271 

Margery, wit., 256 

Mary, bp., 161; dau., bp., 190; wit., 
242, 243, 244, 245, 252, 258, 259, 
261*, 264*, 276, 277, 280, 281, 
282*, 284, 285, 289*, 291; md., 
248, 292, 364; b., 274 

Mathew, b., 274; s. of Geo. and 
Hannah, d., 274 

Meribah, wit., 252, 254, 256, 285; 
md., 256; b., 265, 271 

Michael, b., 271 

Miriam (Merioum, Meriam), md., 
263, 359; b., 268, 344, 349, 359; 
wit., 301, 333 

Miriam T. (Meriam T.), wit., 330, 
331*. 334- 335. 337*: Jau- of Jo- 
seph and Eliialjeth. md., 337, 370; 
wit., 339; b., 369; removal, 370 

Moses, b., 271; wit., 28S 

Nathan, wit., 247*, 248, 252, 254*, 
256, 299 

Nora, wit., 341 

Obadiah (Obediah), md., 299; wit., 
299, 300, 306, 310 

Patience, wit., 252, 254, 261; md., 
254*, 276; b., 271 

Phebe (Phebee), wit., 283, 285, 
287, 290, 291, 293, 294, 297; md., 
298; mo., 344: w. of Jedediah, 
344; b., 359, 360; md., 359, 360 

Prudence, wit., 339 

Ralph (Ralf, Ralfe), wit., 252, 
254*1 256, 259; fa., 268; b., 

344 

Rebekah, md., 282 

Richard, md., 180; b., 274 

Robart, wit., 259 

Sallie E., b., 369; d., 370 

Samuel (Samuell), b., 871, 360; 
wit., 338; res., 360 

Sarah, wit., 327, 332, 337, 340, 341; 
2d w. of Jos., d., 360; w. of Jo- 
seph, ep., 375 

Sarah C, wit., 341 

Sarah (Corlies), mo., 360* 

Sarah J., wit., 334 

Sarah Maria, wit., 341 

Sarah T., mo., 217; wit., 338, 341, 

342 
Sarah Throckmorton, mo., ep., 210 
Tabitha, b., 268 
Trustrom, wit., 253, 255 
WilHam (\Vm.), md., 188; fa., 190; 

b., 274, 344; wit., 275, 298, 299, 

325; d., 349 
Wm. Barclay, s. , ep., 210* 
Zachariah, b., 271 
Zeriah, b., 271 



ALLENTOWN (ALLINSTOWN, 
ALLENSTOWN, ALL ENS 
TOWN), ment., 165, 166* 169, 
172, 173, 175, 182, 200 
ALLINSON, Jas., wit., 326, 327 

Martha, wit.. 342 
AMBOY, ment., 185, 188, 189, 194 
AM BOY COUNTY, ment., 166 
AMEY, Agnes, rao., i68 
David, bp., 170 
Elisha, bp., 168 
Elizabeth, mo., 191 
Hannah, bp., Igl 
John, fa., 168, 170, 191 
William, bp., 168 
ANDERSON, Ann, bp., 170 
George, caltle-mark, 25 
Helena, rad., 174 
James, fa., 159 
Mr. Jonathan, fa., 170 
Joseph, bp., 170 
Timothy, bp., 159 
ANDRE, Peter, in cen., 153 
ANDREW, Christof, in cen., 154 
ANDROS, Peter, wit., 293 
ANDROVETTE (ANDREWOET, 
ANDREVET, ANDRIVET, 
ANDROVET, ANDRUVAT), 
Anna, bp., 136 
Elisabet, bp., 135, 136 
John (Jan, Mr. John P.), cattle- 
mark, 49; fa., 66, 70, 120; wit., 
66; bp., 70 
Leah, bp. , 66 
Neeltje, bp,, 120 
Peter, comr., 37; fa., 135*, 136 
Rebecca, bp., 135, 190 
ANDKUANT, John, cattle-mark, 46 
ANDRYS (ANDRYSEN, ANDRIES, 
ANDRIESEN, ANURIAENS- 
SEN), Andrys, fa., 80; bp., 80 
Catlyntje, mo., 125 
Femmetie, godmo., 138 
Marytje, mo., 134 
Teunis, wit., 125 
ANSEN, Jno., complaint of, 232* 
ANTONIUS (ANTHONIUS), Rev. 
Mr., ment., 77, 93, 97, 105*, 112, 
113, 115, 133 
ANTHONY, negro child, bp., 171 

Holder, md., 197 
ANTHONYSZ, Jacobus, bp., 117 

Joh. Sweems, fa., 117 
ANTILL, Isabella, md., 188 
ANTROM, Ffranses, wit., 248 
James, md., 24S; wit., 248 
John, wit., 248 
Mary, wit., 248 
APPLEGATE (APPELGATE, AP- 
LEGATE), Elizabeth, md., 182 
Geo., md., 364 
George H., husb., 377 
Hannah, mo., 168, 171; dau., bp., 

178 
John, fa., 168, 171, 178 
Mary IL, w. of George H., ep. , 377 
Rebecca (Rebeca), bp., 171; wit., 

253 
Samuel, bp. , i58 
Sarah, dau. of John and Elizabeth 

Worthley, d., 345 
Sarah P., d., 364 
APPLIN, Joshua, fa., 158 

Thomas, bp., 158 
APPRENTICESIHP, 20 



ARAGEN, Allen, md., 190 
ARCHER, Elizabeth, md., 180 

John, pltf. , 235; non-appearance, 
23S* 
ARNOLD, Ann, dau. of Israel and 
Bathsheba Williams, md., 337 
John, wit., 341 
Mary, wit., 341 
R.ichel, wit., 322 
ARROWSMITH (ARISMITH, AR- 
OUSMITH, ARYSMITH, AR- 
lESMET, ARRA-SMITH, AR- 
RA-SMITH), Edmund, (Edward, 
Ned), deft., 5*; cattle-mark, 23; 
name indexed, 28; overseer, 34; 
surv., 55, in cen., 154 
Elizabeth, wit., 90, 95 
Jane, mo., loS*; in cen., 153 
Joseph, ment., 35; comr., 40; assr,, 

50; his land, 53; in cen., 153* 
Martha, in cen., 153*, 154 
ASBURY PARK, ment., 365, 371 
ASH, Ann, bp., 178 
George, wit , 281 
Gilbert, fa., 178 
ASHFIELD, Catharine, bp., 185 

Elizabeth, mo., 171, 174, 177, 179, 

185; dau., 181*; w., 215 
Euphemia (Euphremia), bp., 179; 

wit., 30S 
Isabella, bp., 171 

Lewis Morris, md., 170; fa., 174, 
177, 179, 181, 185; bur., 196; 
husb., 215 
Lydia, bp., 181; bur., 199 
Mary, bp., 177 
Mary, Jr., wit., 308 
Mr., fa., 171; master, 173; bur., 190 
Redford, bp., 174 
ASHLEY, Cornelius, bp., 166 
Dennis, fa., 166 
Mary, nio., 166 
ASIITON, Elizabeth, wit., 258 

James, associate patentee, 220 
ASKIN, Janet, wit., 245 

William, wit., 244, 245; md., 245 
ASSESSMENT order issued by Justice 
Stillwell, 16; return of, by the 
assessor, 17 
ASSUR, Assure, husb., ep., 211 

Lydia Cook , w. , ep. , 211 
ASTIN (ASTENE, ASTINS), Han- 
nah, wit., 244 
Jenitt [?], (Jenet, Jenit, Jenett), 
wit., 250, 256*, 257; house of, 
256, md., 257; w. of William, 271 
William, wit., 245, 246, 247, 248, 
249, 251, 253; husb. of Jenett, 
d., 271 
AUDER, Marie, wit., 130 
AUDREY, Palatine woman, mo., 171 
AUKE, Femmetje, wit., 65 
AUKES, Barbara, mo., 113* 
AVENTON, Hannah, md., 180 
AYRES, Mrs., bur., 197 



B 



BADCOCK, Hester (Ester), 393, 396, 

403 
Joseph, ear-mark, 3S0*; deft., 383, 

384, 385, 387, 392, 393 
BAGLEY, Daniel, cattle-mark, 46 
BAILE (Baely), Martha, mo., 75, 121, 

141 



INDEX. 



411 



BAINBRIDGE, Hannah-Ymehel, bp., 
202 
Henry, fa., 202 

Maria, mo., 202 
Maria Reid, bp., 202 
B.\KER(B.\KKEI-l, 15.\CKER,BACK- 

ERS), Ann Amelia, mo., 211 
Anne, in cen., 1 15 
Cath.arina (Catriiia, Kaetye, Kaaty, 

Caatye), bp., 70; mo., 70, 73,76, 

85,86,87,83,89. gi*, 100, lOl, 

124, 125; wit., 136 
David F., fa., 211 
Dobet, s. of G<;or;e and Hannah, 

md., 334; wit., 334 
Elizabeth (Elisabet), wit., 60, 125, 

132; mo., Ii8, 136*, 137*; in 

cen., 151 
George, fa., 334; husb. of Hannah, 

334 

Hannah, mo., 334; w. of George, 
334; wit., 335 

Hendricus, fa., 105 

Jacob, bp., 57; wit., 105, 136; his 
w. Rebecca Staats, wit., 141, 143; 
in cen., 151 

Jacobus, fa., 70, 77; wit., 83, 88, 132 

John, in cen., 151 

Margreat, in cen., 151 

Mary, bp., 57 

Mary C. wit., 334. 335 

Neeltje (Neeltye, Neelthe, Nieltje), 
wit., 68, 6g, 78, 100, ng, 136, 
143; mo., 132*; in cen., 151 

Newsom, wit., 334 

Nicholas(Nicolaas. Claas), his swing- 
ing gate, 53; fa., 57. 90, I2i; 
wit., 62, 81, 91, 92, 105, Ii3, 
132; bp., 77, 90, 105; in cen., 

151 
Tryntie (Trynthe, Trintje), wit., 96, 
104; bp., 121; rao., 144; in can., 
151* 
WiUm., wit., 334 
Win. Frederick, child, ep., 211 
BALL (B.\L), John, cattle-marU, 32 

Lydia, bp., 195 
BALLMAN, Ann, mo., 177 
Gersham, bp., 177 
Thomas, fa., 177 
BANCKER (BANKER). Abraham, elk., 
40 
Mr. .\drian, cattle-mark, 46, 209 
Ann, md. , 199 
Elizabeth, mo., 209 
BANCROFT (BANCRAFT), Samuell, 
ear-mark, 405 
Thomas, inquest on, 380; md., 395*; 
ear-mark, 406 
BANKS, Mary, md., 184 
BAPTISMS, records of, 165-182, 184- 

204 
B.\R, NEW YORK, ment., 214 
BARBADOES, ment., 264 
BARBARA, bp., 188 
BARBARIE, Abraham, bp., 135 

Pieter, fa., 135 
BARBER, Catharine (see H.VRBER). 
Frances, s., ment., 7; cattle-mark, 23 
Franck, in cen., 154 
BARCL.\Y, Catherine, mo., 178, 194; 
diiu., bp., 1S5; md., 188 
David, fa., 194* 
Elizabeth, bp., 17S 
Jane, mo., 1S3; dau., bp., *94 



BARCLAY, John, fa., I78»; wit., 242 
Lydia, bp., 194 
Peter, fa., 185 
Robert, md., 188 
Samuel, bp., 178 
BARDE, Hannah, wit., 262 
BARENTS, Tryntje, wit., go, I2g 
BARKALOW (BERKELAU, BECK- 
ELO, BERKELO, BORKELO, 
BORKELOO, BORKULO), Ab- 
raham, fa., 84, 88; wit., 98 
Amy, wit., 339 
Cattriena, bp., 84 
Cornelius, bp., 88 
Gerret, bp., 86 

Jannetje, wit., 83, 88, 115, 140 
Marytje, mo., 64, 79*, 80; wit., 79 
Willemtje (Willempje), wit., 81, 
138; mo., 115*, 116 
BARKSTEAD (BORKSTED), Joshua 
(Jo, Joshaway), juror, 384; just., 
387; wit., 3g3; agt., 394; surv., 
395 
BARLEY, Rose, mo., 175 
BARLO. William, ear-mark, 389 
BARNARD CASTLE, England, ment., 

214 
BARNEG.\T, ment., 169, 170. 172, 

175. 19^. 341 
BARING (BORING, BORINS), Sam- 
uel (Sam.), in cen., 150; est. of, 
235*; ex. against adms. of est. of, 
239 
BARNES (BARNS, BARNSON), 
Charles, ear-mark, 405 
Samuel, surv., 56; in cen., 154 
Sarah, wit., 288 

Tis., ment., 6; test, and age of. 8; 
cattle-mark, 23; pltf., warrant for, 
31; d., cattle-mark given Yan- 
Dyke, 48 
\Villlam, md., 160 
BARROW (BARROWS), Elizabeth P., 
cp., 210 
John, md., 317; wit., 317 
Mary, wit., 317, 319 
B.\Rr, Engel, in cen , 150 [Engelbart, 

a given name or a surname ?J 
BARTELOT, Engel, 21; surv., 22; 

cattle-mark, 25 
BARTLETT, Jarvis H., wit., 341 

Matilda, wit.. 341 
B.\Rr LEY, Catherine, mo., 159. 168 
James, fa., 159 
John, fa., i63 
Peter, bp., 159 
William, bp., 168 
BARTON, Austin, fa., 147 

Joseph, bp., 147 
BARTOW, Mr., bur., 163 

Mr. Theodosius, bur., 167; ep., 215 
BARWICK, Benjamin, bp., 161 
Deborah, w., 161; mo., 161 
John, husb., 161; fa., 161 
Robert, bp., 161 
B.\RY, Henry, cattle-mark, 30 
BASSE, Jeremiah, wit., 13, 382; just., 
381, 3S5; pltf., 384; agt-. 3S6. 
3S7, 3S8; receiver, 392; mer., 393; 
appoints agt., 394; deed from, 
395; ment., 400 
BASTIDO (B.\STIDOE, BERSTIDO, 
BARSTEDO, BASTEDO), Bas- 
tido, bp., 109 
Jan, bp., 109 



BASTIDO (BASTIDOE, BERSTIDO, 
BARSTEDO, BASTEDO, Jos- 
eph, cattle-mark, 25; left the 
county, 32; his line, 46; surv., 47, 
56; fa., 109*; in cen., 151 
Juda, in cen., 151 
Louis (Lowys, Lewey), bp., 109; in 
cen., 151 f 

Maria, bp., 109 
Pieter, bp., log 
Rosanna, bp., log 
BATES (BATS, BATEE), Agnes (Ag- 
nus), bp., 1S4; mo., 187 
Andrew, bp , 168 
Ann, bp. , 165 
Catharine, bp. , 193 
James, bp., 181 
John, bp. 178 
Mary, bp., 172 

Richard, fa., 165, 168, 172, 178, 
181, 184, 187, 193; bp., i8g*; 
md. , 400 
Sarah, bp., 187 
BATOLYUS, "domeny," ment., 104* 
BAUER, William I., wit., 340 
B.\YLES, Elyas, deft., 235, 239 
B.\YLY, John, est. in adm., 382 
BEAGLE, Matthew, pltf., 227 
BEAKS, Edwd. [or Edmd.], wit , 261* 
BEARNEY, Ann, wid.; bp., 166 

fohn, fa., 166 
BE.\UYOIS, Cathrina, wit., 62, 117 
BECHERER (BESHERER), Catha- 
rine, bp. 181 
John, md., 180; fa., 181 
Marv, mo., 181 
BEDELL (BEDLE, BEDDEL). Benja- 
min, land ment., 3g 
Benaiah, fa., 175 
Bethsheba, bp., 175 
John, comr., 36 
Joseph, Esq., pet., 38 
Sarah, mo., 175 
BEEK. Saara, wit., 146 
BEEKMA.V, Mr. Gerardus, cattle-matk, 
41; wit., 94 
Leah (Lea), mo., 66, 68, 75; wit., 

67. 127 
Maria, wit., 94 
BEIHL, Frederick, fa., 216 
Freddie, child, ep., 216 
Margaret, mo., 216 
BELL, Deborah, w., bp., 187; mo., 189, 
igi, ig4 
Jacob, bp., igi 
James, bp., iSo, 183 
Jeremiah, bp. , l6g 
Leah, mo., i6g 
Marcy, wit., 3gg 
Theodosia, bp., ig4 
Thomas, md., 160; fa., i6g, 180, 
183, 189*, igi; husb., 187 

, s. of Thomas and Deborah, 

bp., 187 
BELL, Christ Church, Shrewsbury, 208 
BELLA, negro child, 1S2 
BELLEYILLE (BILLEVILLE, BEL- 
VIL, BERYILLE. BILWELL, 
BELEYIL, BELYEL, BELLE- 
VEL, BELYEEL), Esther (Hes- 
ter), mo., 122: in cen., 150 
John, cattle-mark, 23; swinging gate 

and barn, 52 
Mary, wit., 112; in cen., 150 
BELSHER, Elizabeth, md., 396* 



412 



INDEX. 



BENDALL (BENDEL), Philip, inv. of 
est., II ; cattle-mark, 24; name in- 
dexed, 2g 
Lydia, wit., 104 
BENER (BENERS), Abraham, ear- 
mark, 404, 405 
BEN HEM, Wyntje, mo., 96 
BENJAMIN, negro child, belonging to 
Capt. Robert Troup, bp., lyl; 
do., to John Croes, Jr., 204 
Leah, bp., 195 
BENNETT (BENNET, BENNIT, 
BENNITT), Aeltje (Aeltye, Ael- 
tie, Aaltje), bp., 65; mo., 72, 88, 
gi*, 100, loi, 102, 123, 145*; 
wit., 123 
Agnes, ep. , 211 
Ann, bp., 207; ep , 211 
Benj., md., 192 
Brittan L., husb., ep., 2l6* 
Catharine, wit., 306; w. of \Vm. , 

ep.. 377 
Cornelius, bp. , 76 

Edward, fa., 200; bur., 204; ep., 216 
Elenor, w., ep , 216 
Elizabeth, bp., 68 
Garrit, wit., 306 
Grietje, mo., 145 
Hannah, md., 174 
Jacob, catlle-mark, 34; fa., 65, 66, 

68, 70, 76 
Jan, wit., 123 
Jurian, bp., 66 
Leah, md., 160 

Margareta (Margrietje), mo., 85, 88 
Mary, wit., 306, 315, 317 
Sarah (Sally), bp., 200; ep., 211 
William, bp., 70; ep., 377; husb., 

377 
BENSON, John, bur., 187 
BEREMAN (BEREMAME), Mr., 
ment., 35 
Let* [Lew ?], affirmation and age, 33 
Thomas. catth;-niark, 24 
BERGEN (BERRGKR, HERGE), {see 
BURGER], Adrian, bp., 85 
Brechljs, wit., 1 18 
Catharina, mo., 118 
Cornelia, bp., 70, 125; mo., 89 
Elsye (Elsje), mo., 62; bp., 102; 

wit., 118 
Frederick (Fredrik), comr., 38, 
meadow, 46; cattle-mark, 46; wit ; 
06. 75, 88, 124; fa., 102* 
Geiretye (Gerritje), bp. , 88, 102 
Grietje, bp., 145 
HenriU, bp., 102 
Jacob, fa., 70, 73. 85, 88, 125, 145; 

bp., 73; wit., 118; ment., 148 
Sarali. wit., 102 
BERMUDA, ment., 215 
BERNIS, Samuel, freeholder, 47 
BERRIAN, Mr. Jacob, bur., 177 
BERVILLE. Esther, wit., 107; (proba- 
bly BELLEVILLE) 
BERY(BERE, PIIEREf [BHERE ?]) 
Francies, in cen., 154 
Henery, in cen., 154 
Mary, in cen., 153, 154 
Sary, in cen., 153 
Susana, in cen., 153 
BESSENETT (RISONET), Jan, wit., 
iiS 
John P., wit., 327 
BETHANA, free negro, bp., 192 



BETHSEBA, dau. of Robin, Mulatto, 

and Elizabeth, bp. , 175 
BETTLE, Samuel, wit., 341 
BETTS, Jane, mo., 197; bur., 198 

Richard (Richd, Rich'd), just., 226, 
230, 231; Capta. , lands in dispute, 
233*; Mr., just., to view highway, 
236; Capta., High Sheriff, 237 
BICKLEY (BICKLV), Abraham, wit., 
252 

Susana, wit., 249, 250, 251*, 252 

William, wit., 249 
BIDDLE. Lydia, wit., 245 

William, Jr., wit., 250 
BIEBOUT (BIEBAUT, BEEBOUT, 
BEBOUT, BEVOUT, BEBUT), 
Elizabeth, bp. , 68 

Jacobus (Col)us), Mr., cattle-mark, 
56; wit., 66, 107; fa., 67, 68, 70, 
117; bp., 117; in cen., 151 

Margaret, md., iSo 

Maria, bp., 67 

Martha, in cen., 150 

Peter, bp., 70; in cen., 151 
BILL, Mr., Benjamin, horse and cattle- 
mark, 29* 
BILLEW (BELIEU, BELEIU, BEL- 
LIU, BALIU, BILLYOU, BEL- 
LUE, BILLOU, BALEU, BAL- 
EW, BILJOU, BALIEU), Ab- 
ram, in cen., 155 

Catherine, in cen,, 155 -* 

Daniel, b., bp., 114 

Isaac, wit., 64; fa., 114*; in cen., 
152, 155 

Iserljrout, surv. (?), 51 

Jacob, pet., 35; house of, 56 

James, in cen., 152 

John, in cen., 152 

Lewcas, in cen., 153 

Mary, in cen., 155 

Peter, deft., i, 34, 225*, 231; pltf., 
6*, 7. 8*, 12*, 31; pltf. and deft., 
15*; ment., 9, 35; cattle-mark. 24; 
name indexed, 28*, 29*; obtains 
two warrants, warrant against him, 
31; col., 55; in cen., 150, 155 
BILLINGS, Mary B., "Removed by cer- 
tificate," 370 
BILLOP (BILOP. BILUP, BILOPE, 
BILI.UP, BILLOPP), Miss Ann, 
bur., 177 

Capt. Christopher, deft., 6, 8*; 
compt., 7*. cattle ni.irk, 23; name 
indexed, cS*'; swore that " chiiste- 
phers tonge was to long for his 
chopes," 33; accused of removing 
ear-marks, 34; his land against 
Amboy, 52; creek and ferry men- 
tioned. 53; ro.id laid through his 
property, 54 

Hanna, in cen., 152 

Joseph, just., 42; Mr., former comr., 
44; ^Ir. Joseph, vestrym., 50; 
just., 52; comr., 52*, 53*, 54*, 55, 
in cen., 154 

Marv, in cen., 152 
BILLOP'P'S CREEK, ment., 53 
BILLS, Ami, wit,, 286 

Ann [?], wit., 2S6 

Content, wit. , 277,280*. 291; md.,281 

Daniel, wit., 304 

Eliz.abeth, wit., 2S6 

Joanna, wit., 24S, 255, 278, 280; 
md., 256, 2S6; d., 342 



BILLS. Lydia, wit., 260, 278, 281 
Mary, wit., 253, 277, 279, 280 
Natlianiell, wit., 250, 253 
Rachel, wit., 304 
Rebeckah, wit., 304 
Thomas, wit., 248, 262, 29:, 292; 

d., 342 
Thomas, Jr., wit., 256 
William, md., 277; wit., 277, 280, 
281, 2S6 
BIRD, Magdalena (Lena), mo., 70, 75 
BIRDSILL, Abigail, md,, 315 
BIRKET, Jehu, md,, 1S8 
BIRWELL (BURREL), Philip, over- 
seer, 49; in cen., 150 
BISHOP, Rachel, mo,, 172; dau., bp., 
172 
Thomas, fa , 172 
BLACK, Amey, b., 363 
Charles, b. , 363 
Clayton, b., 363 
Elizabeth, b., 363 
Ezra, fa., 363*; d,, 372 
Ezra, Jr., wit., 328 
Mary S., b,, 5O3 
Rosina, wit., 32S; mo., 363* 
Sarah Ann, b,, 363 
William H., b., 363 
BLACK POINT, ment,, 223, 224 
BLACK ROBIN, mulatto, fa., 171 
Bl.ACKWELL, Robert, deft,, 229, 232 
BLAGG (BLAG), Mr. Sam: (Samuell), 
wit., 227*; pltf., 227, 230*; acc't 
of, 230 
BLAIN (BLAINS), Alice, mo., 180 
Anna, bp., 180 
James (Hume ?), bp., 173 
Mr., fa., 173 
Thomas, fa., iSo 
BLAKE, William, pet., 35 
BLENCROF, Kl.aasye, mo,, 58 
BLINCKERHOF (BLENKERHOF, 
BRINKERHOF), Claesje (Claas- 
je, Claesye), mo., 61, loi, 104, 
142 
Geesje, wit., 14a 
Henderick, wit., 143 
BLIZZARD, David, fa., 182 

Eleanor, bp., 182 
BOAT, ordered sold, 393; washed ashore. 

Cape May, 393 
BODINE (BODIN, BEDYNE, KE- 
DINE, BUDDINE, BODEN), 
Anna, bp., 191 
Dorely [Dorcas?], mo., 174 
Frances (Francies, Fransois). surv., 
36, 39; fa,, 102; wit., 127, 131; in 
cen., 153 
Hester, in cen., 153 
Jacob, in cen., 153 
James, bp., 1S4 
Jane, in cen., 153 

John (Jean, Jan), cattle-mark, 30; 
wit., 63, 136; bp., 102; in cen., 
152, 154; fa., 174 
Judith, wit., 94*, 121 
Mary, bp., 174 
Vincent, fa., 1S4, igi 
BOGARDUS, Blandyena, wit., 92 
Caatye, wit., 92 

Sarah (Sara), wit., 67, 92, 118, 135, 
139 
BOGART (BOGAART, BOGERT, 

BOOGART), , ment., 131 

Abraham, bp., 131 



INDEX. 



413 



BOGART (BOGAART, BOGERT, 
liOOGART), Adriaan, bp., 130 
Cornelivis, bp. , 140 
Elizabeth, mo. , 59; bp., 126 
Gysbert, bp., 127 
Is.iak, bp., ijp 
Margareta, bp., 126 
Maria, wit., 131; bp., 131 
Sarah, bp., 127 
Symon (Mr. Simon), cattle-mark, 43; 

wit., 121, :3i*; fa., 126*, 127*; 

bp., 127 
Teunis, cattle-mark, 42; assr., 55; 

wit., 126; fa., 130*, 131*, 140 
BOGGS, Elizabeth, bp., 105 - 

James, fa., ig4, iy6, 197, 198; 

Dr.,, 195; s., bp., 196 
Mary, mo., 194, 195, 196, 197. 19S 
Rebecca, bp., igS 
Robert, bp , 194 
Thomas, bp. , 197 
BOINOI.V, Mary, wit., 275 
BON, Helena (Lena, llellen.a), mo., 60, 

101, 105, 146 
BOND, discharge from, 399 
BONELL (BOKNELL, BONIL, BUN- 
NIL, BOXVEL), Elias, in cen., 

15b* 
Easther, wit., 250 
Hesekiali, in cen., 154 
James, in cen., 151 
Jan, in cen., 150 

Robert (Robart), nul., 250; wit., 250 
Susana, in cen., 150 
BONEFOY (BONFOV, BONEPHOY), 

Catharine, in cen., 150 
David, in cen., 150* 
Katherine, in cen., 150 
BOOR [?], Kaersten, wit., 238 
BOOTH , George, ear-mark, 380, 405 
BORAME, Henry, cattle-mark, 26 
BORDEN (BORDIN, BURDIN, BOR- 

DON, BURDEN, BARDEN), 

Mrs., bur., i63 

, husb. of , d. 263 

Albert "R.," b., 36S 

Amy (Almy, .•\mey),dau. of Joseph, 

bp., 172; wit., 275, 278, 280; md., 

280 
Ancy, b., 26S 
Ann (.\nne) md., 190; wit., 302; 

b., 346; dau. of James, md., 373; 

b.. 373; mo,, 373; d., 373; dau. 

of Benjamin and Mary, md., 373 
Ann Levisf (Ann L.). b.. 36Sf, 369 
Benjamin (Benjamine, Bjn.). wit., 

291, 296*, 297*, 299, 337; md., 

296, 36S; fa., 337, 368*, 369, 373; 

husb. of Mary, 337; b., 36S; 

ment., 368: husb., 369; d., 369* 
Benjn., Jnr. , b., 368 
Catharine, w. of Richd., ep., 376 
Catharine T., d., 368 
Catharine (Williams), mo., 368* 
Charles "E.," b., 368 
" Daniel " Williams (D. Williams), 

b., 368; d., 368; ep., 376 
Deborah (Wooley). mo., 369 
Eheamis, wit., 292 
Elizabeth, b., 26S; wit., 278, 2S6, 

289, 300. 302; mo., 346*; w. of 

fohn, 346*; b., 346 
Emley V. [or T.], b., 369 
Esther (Ester), wit., 295, 296*. 297 
Francis (ffrancis, Frances, ffranses. 



BORDEN (BORDIN, BURDIN, BOR 
DON, BURDEN, BARDEN), 
Franses), md., 241, 300; house of, 

241, 275, 277, 280, 281, 2S6; wit., 

242, 243*, 244*, 245*, 246, 247*, 
248*, 249, 250*, 251*, 253, 259, 
275*. 277. 280*, 286, 289*, 300; 
fa., 268*; b., 268 

Francis, Junr. (Franses, Jr., Fran- 
cis, Junier, Francis, Jun.), wit., 
254, 27S, 2S6; md., 275 
Hannah (Hanah), wit., 296, 297, 

299; b., 346 
Hannah T., wit., 33S; b., 368 
Hannah (Tilton), mo., 368* 
Harriet J., b,, 369 
Hester, md., 298 
Hulda (Combs), mo., 369* 
Huldah, w. of Joseph, d., 370 
James (Jeoms), b., 268; wit., 291; 

fa., 373 
James A., boy, ep., 216 
Jane (Jean), wit., 242, 243*, 244, 

245*, 246*, 247*, 248*, 250*, 

251*, 252, 253*, 256*, 257, 258*, 

259*; mo., 26S; b., 268, 346 
Jane Ann, w., ep., 216 
Jeremiah (Jerh.), wit., 275*, 278, 

280*, 284, 285, 293, 325 
Joel, wit., 301, 304, 312, 313, 314; 

b., 346 
John, b., 268; wit., 275*, 27S, 2S0, 

2S6. 2S9, 300, 305; fa., 346*; 

husb. of Elizabeth, 346*; b., 346 
John 1... s. of Benjamin and Mary, 

md., 337, 359; wit., 337; b., 368; 

d., 369; ep., 376; husb., 376 
John W., b., 369; d., 369; ep., 376 
Joseph, fa., 172; wit., 300, 306; 

husb., 370 
Joseph E. , b. , 369 
Joseph L. (Jos. L.), wit., 338; b., 

368; d., 369, 370; fa., 369* 
Josephine, b. , 369; d., 370 
Joyce, b., 268 
Lydia, wit., 275*, 278; b., 346; 

dau. of John and Elizabeth, d., 346 
Margaret, wit., 280, 2S6 
Mary, wit., 263, 275*, 278, 280, 

2S6*, 2S9*, 291, 292, 293, 295, 

29S; mo., 26S, 337; b., 26S; md., 

277; w. of Benjamin, 337; wit., 

337; ^t 346; w. of Bjn., d., 369; 

mo., 373 
Mary Elizth., b., 369; d., 370 
Mary (Lloyd), mo., 36S* 
Miriam T. (Merriam T.), wit., 337, 

340; d., 360; w. of John L., ep., 

376 
Rachel, wit., 280*; b., 368; w. of 

Thomas Cook, d. 369 
Rebcc.ih (Rebekah, Rebeckah), wit., 

296*, 297, 298, 299. 304; md., 304 
Richard (Richd.). b., 263, 36S; wit., 

296*, 338; md., 296; fa., 368*; 

d., 368, 369; ep., 376; husb., 376 
Sallie D., b., 369 
Samuel, wit., 309 
Sarah, b., 36B; w. of John Debow, 

d., 369 
Sar-ih T., b., 369 
Susan, ep., 376 
Thomas (Thos.), b.. 26S«, 368: wit., 

27S, 280*, 285, 286, 289, 291, 305; 

never md., 368; ment., 368; d., 069 



BORDEN (BORDIN. BURDIN, BOR- 
DON, BURDEN, BARDEN), 
Thomas, Junr. (Thomas, Jun., 
Thomas, Jur., Thoms., Jun.), 
wit., 280, 2SO, 295*, 296, 297, 
300; md., 286 
Thomas T., wit., 338; b., 368; d., 

369; ep., 3-6 
William L. (Wm. I..), husb., ep., 
216*; wit., 337, 33S; b., 3C8; d., 
369 
Williams, Catharine T., d., 367 
BORDENTOWN. ment., 169, 363 
BOROrO, David, in cen., 150 

Katherine, in cen., 150 
BOS (BOSCH), Antje, bp., 145 
BarenI, bp., I22 
Eduard, bp., 122 
Elizaljelh, bp., 84 
Gerret, bp., 85 
Josua. fa., 112 
Margareta, bp., 122 
Netteuel, fa., 84, 85 
Nicolaas (Nitklas), fa., 122*, 123, 

145; bp., 123 
Samuel, bp., iia 
BOSCH, see BOS 
BOSKERK (BUSKIRK), see VAN 

BOSKERK 
BOSLER, Anna, bp., 69 

James, fa., 69 
BOSTON, ment., 265, 396 
BOSWVCK, ment., 227, pet. of inhabi- 
tants, 230; constable, 230*, 231, 
232, 234; compbiint of constable 
of, 232; neighbors of, 236; order 
made at, 236; inh.ibitants of, 236 
BOTTELAAR, Pieternel, godmo., 

109 
BOUGHKER. Abraham, bp., 171 
Mary, bp., 170 
Sarah, bp. , 170 
Stephen, fa., 171 
BOULES, Joseph, pltf., 2, 5; deft., 

4. 9' 33; name indexed, 28* 
BOULTON, Samuel, ment., 21 
BOU.N'D.VRIES, agreement, 395 
BOWDE, .A.dlard, att'y, 3S6. 387— 
Francis, mo.^^TiT" 
John, bp., 170* 
Peter, fa., 170; s. ,bp., 170 
BOWMAN (BOUWMAN, BOUMAN), 
Aagje (.Xaghje), wit., 62, iiS 
Aeltje, bp. , 145 
Andries(.\ndrys), fa., 98*; bp , 98; 

wit., 109 
Anna (.\nne), wit., t8; mo , 139; 

in cen., 155 
Catrina (Catherine), mo., 145; in 

cen., 155 
Christina, mo., 121, 122, 12S*; wit., 

132 
Cornelius (Cc.Tielus), fa., 80, 145; 

wit., 80, 142; bp., 106 
Edward, fa., 178 
Elizabeth, bp., 109; in cen., 153; 

dau. of Edward, bp., 178 
Elsje (Elsie), wit., 81, 128; godmo., 

109 
Harme (Harmen, Harman), wit., 68, 
117, 137, 142*; fa., 106*; bp., 
137; in cen., 153 
Hendrake (Henders, Hendrikje, 
Hendrycktje), godmo., 98, 106; 
wit., 109, 113, 132; in cen., 151 



414 



INDEX. 



BOWMAN (BOmVMAN, BOUMAN), 

Henry, deft,, 227*, 232; ordered 

to record land, 237 
Jacob, bp., 106; fa., 142 
Jebus, in cen., 151 
Johanna, bp., 109 
Jorvis (Joris, George), bp., 98, 106; 

fa., 109; in cen., 151 
Mary (Maria), wit., 66; mo., 142; 

wit., 142, 143; in cen., 155 
Maria Harmensz, mo., 75, 76 
Marytje, mo., 77*; godm., 132 
Metje, wit., 128; mo., 132* 
Nelthe (Neeltje, Neelte), bp., 80*, 

142*; in cen., 155 
Peter (Pieter), wit., 66, 70, 73, 

76,82,136,140*; fa., 137*, 142; 

bp., 137; in cen., 155 
TrjTitje, mo., 73, 81 ; wit., 75, 113, 

132; bp., 106 
William, and his w., wits., 80, 97; 

godf., 106; wit., 113 
William Jorisze (Willem Jorisz), 

wit., 77, 128 
BOWNE (BOUNE), Mr., fa., 171 
Anna, wit., 308 
Ehzabeth (Elisabeth), mo., 167; 

wit., 30S, 315 
Gresham, fa., 167 
John, patentee, 220; wit., 308 
Maria, bur., 205 
Mary, wit., 308, 321 
Mary, Jr., wit., 308 
Matthew, wit., 308 
Robert (Rob't), md., 308; wit., 

308, 312, 314* 
William, bp., 167, s. bp., 171 
BOW^'ER, John, md., 184 
BOYCE, Joanna, mo., 215 
John, fa., 215 
Rachel, dau., ep., 21s 
BOYLES, Charles, husb., 191* 
Daniel, bp., 191 
Margaret, bp., 191 
Mary, w., bp., 191* 
Michael, bp., 191 
Patience, bp., 191 
BRADDICK, Sarah, wit., 252 
BRADNER, John, ear-mark, 405 
BRADSBURY, Ehzabeth, mo., 161, 

162 
Hannah, bp., 161 

Jacob, bp., 162 •• 

James, fa., 161, 162 
BRADSHAW, Ann, dau. of James, 

bp., 185 
Henry, bp., 170 
James, fa., 167, 170, 181, 185; do., 

and son, bp., 175 
Margaret, bp., 167 
Mary, mo., 167; dau., bp., iSi 
BRAEUi'IGAN, Abigail Drummond, 

mo., 213 
Charles, fa., 213 
Louise, dau., ep., 213 
BRAND for horses recorded, 401 
BRAND, John, md., 192 

Thomas, md., 193 
BRANDRETH, Timothy, elk., 379, 

380, 381, 382, 384, 386, 387, 389, 

390, 391. 393. 396-398, 400, 402 

-404 
BRANSON (or BRAUSON), Benj., s. 

of Jos., md., 357 
Jos., fa., 357 



BRANSON (or BRAUSON), Lydia, 

wit., 328 
BRAT, Anthony, fa., 58* 

Catrina, bp., 58 

Neeltye, bp., 58 
BRAWLEY [BRAMLEY?], Wilham, 

md., 174 
BREESE(BREES), (see also BRIES), 
Abigail (Abby), wit., 319, 323 

Cornelius, fa., 81 ; bp., 81 

Elizabeth, wit., 317, 319 

Samuel (Sam'l), wit., 317, 318 

Susan B., wit., 317 
BRESTEDE (BRASTED, BREET- 
STEDE), Abraham, 147 

Andries, bp., 128* 

Catharina, wit., 86 

Eckbert, bp., 60 

Engeltje, bp., 128 

Johannes (Jan), his former cattle- 
mark, now removed from the 
county, 41 ; records cattle- 
mark, formerly grandfather's, 
43; fa., 60, 121, 143; bp., 121, 
128 

Peter (Pieter), bp., 143; fa., 147 

William (Willem), wit., 81, 132; 
fa., 128* 
BREWER (BREWOR, BROWER, 
BREWRS, BEURS), Adam, 
wit., 279*, 280, 281*, 283, 284, 
285, 286; house of, 283, 284 

Elizabeth, md., 284 

Fanny, wit., 327 

Hannah, md., 283 

Lydia, wit., 295*, 301, 306, 328 

Rachel, bp., 172; wit., 283 

William, deft., 2; name indexed, 
28; wit., 283, 284 
BRIAN, Rachel, mo., 173 

Rhoda, bp., 173 

William, fa., 173 
BRIANL, Rebekah, wit., 283 
BRICON (BRICKON), Bety, in cen., 
150 

Salomon, in cen., 150 
BRIDGES (BRIGES), Mr., Mr. 
Charles, juryra., 237; pltf., 237 

Elizabeth, wit., 77 

John, deft., 5, 9*, 33; testimony 
and age of, 8; cattle-mark, 25; 
name indexed, 28*; warrant 
against, 31 

Sarah, w. of Charles, grantee, 237 
BRIDGES to be built, 52*, 53 
BRIDGETOWN, ment., 328 
BRIES (see also BREESE), Charite, 
mo., Ily 

Cornehus, wit., 108 

Geertje, mo., 66; wit., 66 

Henrick, fa., loS*; bp., io3 

Sarah, bp., loS; wit., 108 
BRIGGS (BRIGS), Elizabeth, b., 396 

James, md., 396 ; ear-mark, 406 

Kesiah, b., 396 

Martha, b., 396 

Mary, b., 396 

Sarah, b., ^96 
BRINLEY (BRENDLY, BRENLEY, 
BRINDLY, BRINLY, BRIND- 
LEY), Ann, w., ep., 211 

Asher, husb., 211 

Charles R., ep., 211 

Deborah, b., 349 

Elizabeth (Ehz'th, Eliz.), wit.. 



253. 254, 255, 259, 260, 263, 
264, 282, 284*, 285*, 286, 287, 
289*, 292; mo., 349; w. of John, 
349; d., 349 
Francis, wit., 283 
Hannah, wit., 284 

Jacob, b., 349 

John, wit., 282, 284, 289, 293, 294, 
301*; md., 289; fa., 349; husb., 
of Elizabeth, 349*; b., 349 
Joseph, b., 349 
Koziah (Kesiah), wit., 282, 283 

Leah, md., 311 

Lydia, b., 349 

Phebe, wit., 284 

Reap, b., 349 

Thomas (Thos.), wit., 284, 289 

William (Wm.), wit., 247, 250, 
251*, 252, 253, 254, 256, 259, 
260, 261, 263*, 264, 275*, 276, 
277*, 278*, 279, 280, 281, 282*, 
283*, 284*, 285*, 286*, 287, 
289; md., 253, 2S2, 283; b.,349 

William, J'. (William Jun"), 
wit., 278*, 283 

William [Sen.], wit., 282 

Wilt. [Will?], wit., 257* 
BRINKERHOF (see under BLINCK- 

ERHOF) 
BRITELL, John, in cen., 155 

Rebaka, in cen., iss 
BRITTON (BRITTAIN, BRITTEN, 
BRITAIN, BRITTIN, BRIT- 
TAINE, BRITING, BRITEN), 
Abigail, mo., 107 

Benjamin, little house where he 
lately dwelt now Dissosways, 
52; in cen., 152; md., 189 

Elizabeth, in cen., 152 

Frances, in cen., 152 

Jeams [James], bp., in 

John, wit., 260 

Jose])h, fa., iii; in cen., 152 

Mary, in cen., 152 

Nathaniel (Nathanael, Nath.), 
pltf., 4*, 6, 10*, II*, 33^ 225; 
wit., 13; ment., 21; surv., cat- 
tle-mark, 22; name indexed, 
28*, 29* ; obtains four warrants, 
subpoena, 31*; Just., 47; de- 
ceased, cattle-mark given tb 
s., Capt. Nathaniel, 48; asS^, 
50; vestrym., 50; fa., 122; 
birth and age, 149; in cen., 
152*; deft., 225 

Nathaniel, Jr., cattle-mark, 34; 
Capt. Nathaniel, records cattle- 
mark of his deceased fa., Na- 
thaniel Britton, 48 

Nicholas (Nicolaes, Nickolas), 
cattle-mark, 30; col., 51; surv., 
56; fa., 121; godf., 121; birth 
and age, 149; in cen., 152 

Nicholas, Jr., cattle-mark, 32 

Richard, supervisor, 21*; cattle- 
mark, 26 

Sarah, bp., 122 

William, deft., i*, 4*, 225* ; cattle- 
mark, 22; name indexed, 28*; 
bp., 121; in cen., 152; const., 
234*; jurym., 237 
BROK, John, in cen., 150 (see 
CROK AND VAN CROOK) 

BROOKE (BROOKS, BROOK), , 

fa., 183 



INDEX. 



415 



BROOKE (BR00KS,BRO0K),Anna, 
mo., 79 

Charles, wit., 302*, 303, 307, 311* 

Charles S., wit., 341 

Edw., wit., 30S 

Isack, Jr., wit., 394 

Mary, mo., i36;dau. of Brook, 

bp., 1S3; wit., 308, 309 
BROOKLYN (BREUCKLYN, 
BREUCKLLYN, BREUCK- 
LYN, BROOKLAND), ment., 
note, 224, 227, 229; constable, 

230*, 231, 232, 233; , 232; 

constable of, 234; differences 
concerning bounds, 23S; ment., 
269, 366*, 369*, 371 
BROWER (see BREWER). 
BROWN, Abraham (Abram), husb., 
bp., 175; wit., 242, 243*, 244*, 
246*; md., 246 

Abraham, Jr., wit., 244 

Agnes, bp., 16S 

Andrew, md., 194; fa., 197 

Arthur, fa., 168, 176, 180 

Barbary, mo., 168, 173 

Caleb, fa., 179 

Catharine (Cattron), mo., 193; 
wit., 242 

Elizabeth, wit., 329 

George, cattle-mark, 25, 27, 44; 
wit., 314 

Isabella, bp., 180 

James, md., i94;s.,bp., 197; wit., 
260 

Jean, in cen., 152 

Jane, mo., 168; dau., bp., 173; 
do., and mo., 176 

John, Mr., cattle-mark, 44; con- 
stable, sfi; wit., 125; fa., 125, 
165, 168, 173; in cen., 152 

Joseph, md., 183 

Josiah, bp., 189 

Leah, wit., 246 

Margrett, wit., 256 

Maria, bp., 125 

Martha, w., bp., 175; md., 242; 
wit., 243 

Mary, dau. of John, bp., 165 ; dau., 
bp., 168; mo., i8g; wit., 246 

Nicolas, wit., 252, 254 

Nicolas, Junier, wit., 246 

Nicolas, Senior, wit., 246 

Phebe, mo., 179 

Richard, bp., 175 

Rosseaa, bp., 193 

Samuel, bp., 175 

Sarah, bp., 179; md., 193; mo., 
197; wit., 244 

William, fa., 189, 193 
BROWER (BROUWER), Abraham, 
land formerly Daniel Shot- 
well's, 46 

Abraham, Jr., wit., 68 

Elizabeth, mo., 65, 66, 68, 70, 76 
BRUNSWICK, ment, 166, 178, 179, 

182, 184 
BUCHER [?], Frances, wit., 243 
BUCK, John, fa., 382; wit., 395; ear- 
mark, 405 

Charles, md., 206 

Mary, dan., 382 
BUCK'S HILL (BOKS HILL), ment., 
39. 46 



BUCKELEW(BUCKOLOW, BUKEL- 

JOU, BUKILOU), . md., 

182 
Abraham, fa., 184 
Elizabeth, mo., 166 
Esther, mo., igo, 191 
Isaac, bp., 191 
Isabella, bp., 1S4 
Jane, bp., 190 
Jennet, bp., i66 
John, fa., 166, 190, 191; s. of 

Thomas and Mary, bp., 179; 

father and son bp., 184 
Mary, mo., 179; dan., bp., 179 
Peter, gossip of, 11; cattle-mark, 

24 
Sarah, bp., J90 
Thomas, fa., 179 
BUCKENNES, Isabel, mo., 159 
Jane, bp., 159 
John, fa., 159 
BUCKINGHAM, ment., 308 
John, husb., 210 
Sarah E. W., w., ep., 210 
Wilhe, child, ep., 210 
BUDD, James, mer., 383 
BUFFIN, Micheall, wit., 248 
BUKWORTH (BUKOTH), Briont, 
ment., 7, 33; testimony and age 
of, 8*, 34 ; pltf., 9 ; name indexed, 
28 
BULLMAN, Ann, mo., 175; dau., bp., 

175 

Gertrude, bp., 193 

Joseph, bp., 175 

Rose, bp., 175 

Sarah, bp., 175 

Susannah, bp., 175 

Thomas, s., bp., 175; fa., 175, 193 
BULLOCK, John, bp., 159; fa., 159 
BUNNEL, Alice, mo., 177 

Edward, fa., 177 

Joseph, s., bp., 177* 

Margaret, mo., 177 

Moses, fa., 177 
BUNTING, AUice, wit., 284 

John, wit., 257 

Mary, wit., 319 

Newbury, wit., 316, 319 

Saml., wit., 317 
BURBANK (BYVANKS, BAR- 
BANK, BYVANK, BARRA- 
BANK, BURBANCK, BER- 
BANCK, BORBANKS), Abra- 
ham, bp., 59 

Aeltie (Aaltje, Althe), mo., 73, 
123; wit., So, 116; bp., 130; in 
cen., 151 

Anna, wit., 66; mo., 96, 97 

Belitje, mo., 79, 125 

Catharina, bp., 141 

Evert, in cen., 151 

Geertje, bp., 124 

John (Jan), fa., 59, 70, 75, 124, 
143; wit., 73, 78, 97; bp., 143; 
in cen., 151* 

Lucas, fa., 121, 141 

Mary (Maria), bp., 75, 121, 130; 
wit., 123; in cen., 151 

Thomas, cattle-mark, 30; wit., 66, 
70, 88, 96, III, 119, 123; bp., 
70; fa., i^o*; in cen., is> 
BURCHOIN (BURCHOINE), Manha, 
md., 262 



BURCHOIN (BURCHOINE), Mary, 
wit., 262 
Nathaniel, house of, 262 
Nathon, wit., 262 
Stephen, wit., 262 
BURDGE (BURDG, BURGE), An- 
thony, s. of Jacob and Judith, 

b., 352 
Jacob, wit., 311, 317, 318; b., 352; 

fa., 352*; husb. of Judith, 352*; 

ment., 352 
Joseph, md., 193; wit., 284; s. of 

Jacob and Judith, b., 352 
Judith, wit., 311; b., 352; mo., 

352*; w. of Jacob, 352* 
Lydia, dau. of Jacob and Judith, 

b., 352 
Sarah, wit., 284 
BURDOIGNE, Abigail, mo., 164, 168, 

173 
Alphy, bp., 173 
Francis, fa., 164, 168, 173 
Joel, bp., 164 
John, bp., 168 
BURGER (see BERGEN), Catharine, 
bp., 179 
Ehas, fa., 96, 179 
Nathan, bp., 96 
Susanna, bp., 179 
BURGIE, John, in cen., 152 
BURIALS, records of, 167, 168, 170, 
172, 174, 176, 177, 178, 180, 181, 
183, 184, 185, 187, 189, 190, 192, 
194, 196, 197, 198, 199, 201, 202, 
203, 204 
BURK, Charles, husb., 212; s., ep., 218 
Edmund, fa., 218 
Elizabeth, mo., 218 
Mary, w., ep., 212 
BURLINGTON, ment., 246, 248*, 249, 
250, 251; Co., 247, 256, 265, 

297.314, 318, 341*, 373 
BURLINGTON, Assembly laws by, 
378; ment., 383, 386, 387, 393, 

395 
BURNETT (BURNET), Martha F., 
wit., 332 

Samuel, fa., 126; bp., 126 
BURNS, Elizabeth, bp., 167 

John, fa., 167 

Mary, mo., 167 
BURR, Edmund W., wit., 331 

George W., wit., 335 

Henry, md., 352 

Henry, Jun'r, md., 318; wit., 318, 

335 
Lydia, wit., 331 
Marmaduke, wit., 318 
Miriam, wit., 335 
Phebe, wit., 318, 331 
BURREL (see BIRWELL) 
BURROUGHS (BURROUGH, EUk 
RASS, BURROWS), Elizabeth, 
wid. of John, will uf, d., 238 
Jeremiah (Jer.), pltf., 23S; guar- 
dian, 23S 
Jno., fa., will of, d., 238 
Jno., minor, 238* 
Mary, wit., 331 
Samuel, md., 159 
BURTON, EUzabelh, servant, 234 
BURTON, England, ment., 213 
BURY, WiUiam, of Freehold, bp., 171 
BURYING place (see CEMETERY) 



4i6 



INDEX. 



BUSEI.ELL (BUSHELEL), Frances, 
deft., 4, 15; name indexed, 28, 
29; warrant against, 31 ; ment., 

35 
BUSH, Edward, pet., 35 

Elizabeth, bp., 147 

Garrit, fa., 147* 

Mary, bp., 147 
BUSTILL, William, wit., 242 
BUTLER, reference to house, 53 

James, fa., 75, 123 

Jan, bp., 75 

Mariah, wit., 321 

Sara, bp., 123 

Walter, wit., 242 
BUTS, Mosis, ear-mark, 406 
BUTTER, Joseph, wit., ^08 
BUTTERWORTH, Abraham, wit., 
252 

Mary, wit., 252 
BUTTON, Ann Eliza, ep., 209 
BUY, Martha, mo., 70 
BYRD, Elizabeth, wit., 319 

James, wit., 319 

Joseph, wit., 318, 319, 321; md., 

319 
BYRN, William, md., 176 



CADMUS (CADDEMUS, KATMUS, 
KADMIS), Andries, bp., 94 

Catharina, bp., 93 

Dirk, fa., 93*, 94; wit., 125 

Frederick, bp., 93 

Jenneke, bp., loi 

Joris (Jores), wit., 84; fa., loi 

Rutgerz, bp., 93 
CAFFERY [Cassery?], Hannah, bp , 
■63 

John, fa., 163; md., 163 
CAHALL, Laurence, bp., 183 

Mary, mo., 183 

William, fa., 183 
CALEY, Catharine, bp., 183 

Christian, mo., 183 

Hannah, md., 184 

Henry, fa., 183 

John, s., bp., 183; fa., 183* 

Rebecca, bp., 183 
CALVIN [?], Ann, wit., 259 
CAMDEN, Co., ment., 340 
CAMMACK (CAMMACT, CAMECKS, 
CAMMERT), Ann, b., 268 

Audery, b., 268 

Franses, b., 268 

Leah, b., 268 

Mary, wit., 245*; b., 268 

Nathaniel (Nathaniell) , wit., 242*; 
fa., 268 
.MPBELL (CAMBELL, CAMP- 
BILL, CAMPBEL), Mrs., bur., 
174 

Alexander, fa., 1S9 

Andrew, bp., 191 

Collin, bp., 189 

Duncan, bp., 179 

Eleanor, bp., 182 

EUzabeth, bp., 185 

Frances, mo., 164 

George, bp., 169; baby, ep., 210 

Hannah Matilda, dau., ep., 210 

Isabella, bp., 1S9 

Jane, bp., 184 



CAMPBELL (CAMBELL, CAMP- 
BILL, CAMPBEL), John, fa., 
169, 179, 182*, 185; s., bp., 174 
Mary, mo., w., bp., 184; bp., 193 
Mary E., mo., 210 
Matthias, bp., 186 
Peter B., fa., 210 
Rachel, mo., 169, 174, 179, 182*, 

185 
Robert, fa., 164, 184, 186, 189, 191, 

193; bur., 168; husb., 184 
William, bp., 164 
CANNON (CANON, CANONE, KA- 

NON), see CORNON, which 

may mean CANON; Abraham, 

col., 51; bp., 86 [?], 123; in 

cen., 153* 
Andros (Andrew), pltf., 2; Mr., 

assr., 16, 17; cattle-mark, 23; 

index of name, 28; ment., 35; 

in cen., 153 
Anna, in cen., 153 
Catharina (Catlyn), bp., 125; wit., 

138 
David, fa., loi, 102 
Elizabeth, bp., 60; in cen., 153 
Hester, wit., 74 
Isaac, in cen., 153 
Jacob, in cen., 153 
Jacobus, bp., 61 
Jane, in cen., 153 
John (Jan, Jean), fa., 60, 61, 123, 

Mary (Maria, Marie, Marytye), 
mo., 63; wit., 83, 123; bp,, 102; 
in cen., 153 
Sarah, bp., loi ; in cen., 153 
CAPE ISLAND, ment., 391 
CAPE ISLAND CREEK, sale of land 

near, 388 
CAPE MAY, town meeting in, 37S; 
ment, 379*, 381*, 382*, 384*, 
386*, 387*, 388*, 389, 390*, 
391, 39^*, 393*. 395*. 396. 
397*. 398. 399, 400* 
CAPE MAY COUNTY, records of, 
378; ment., 388*, 389, 392, 393*, 
395*. 396. 397. 39S, 399* 
CAPONS or HENES (HENS), rent for 

land, 388, 392, 393 
CARD, Hannah, md.," 358 
CARDWELL, Ralph, pltf., 228*, 235; 
ordered to accept settlement of 
suit, 2^3*; wit., 238 
CARENTON'(CARRINTON), Benja- 
min, fa., 62 
Jannetie, b., and bp., 117 
Joseph, fa., 117 
Margriete, bp., 62 
CARHART (CAHART), Mr., bur., 165 
John, bur., 206 
Phebe, mo., 159 
PhiUp, fa., 159 
Thomas, cattle-mark, 25 
Wm., fa., 159 
William Lord, bp., 159 
CARLE, Catharine, md., 180 
CARLES NECK, 46 
CARMAN, Caleb, deft., 378; claim on 
estate, 381*; wit., 386*;s., 387*; 
seller, 399* ; receiver, 400* 
EUzabeth, adm. granted, 396; w., 

399*; wid., 400* 
John, deft., 378; juror, ear-mark, 
380; grand juror, 381; wit., 386*; 



husb., d,, 396*; inventory of 
goods, 403 ; ear-mark, 406 
Joshua, ear-mark, 380, 406; wit 

3S5 
Mary, md., 202 
Samuel (Clinicus), bp., 169 
CARPENTER (CARPENDER), Com- 
modore Edward W., ep., 213 
Frances, md., 180 
John, ep., 213 
Lucy, mo., 202; w., ep., 213; dau. 

of Wm., md., 353 
Sarah Catharine, bp., 202; dau., 

ep., 213 
Susan C, w., ep., 213 
William, fa., 202, 213, 353 
CARRAT, Sarah, md., 174 
CARREL, Mr. Joseph, cattle-mark, 45 
CARRIGAN, Ann, mo., 171 
John, bp., 171 
William, fa., 171 
CARTER, Mary, md., 3159 
CARTERET (CARTROERT, CAR- 
TERETT, C A R T O RE T), 
Philip, Governor, 220 221* 
CASE (CASE, CAZIER, CASHE 
CASIER, COSHE, COSIE), 
Catharina, bp., 135 
Dirk, bp., 135 
Elisabeth, in cen., 151 
Jacobus, bp., 136 
John, cattle - mark, 23 (see 

COSIE) ; in cen., 153 
Mary, in cen., 151 
Peter (Petrus), bp., 136; in cen., 

153 
Philip (Philhpe), wit., 64, 65, 136; 
ment., 99; fa,, 135*, 136*; bp., 
135; in cen., 153 
Susana, in cen., i^i, 
CASEY (KASEY), Catherine, md., 
177 
Elizabeth, w., ep., 216 
Michael, husb., ep., 216* 
CASPER (CASPERS, KASPER), Cas- 
parus, bp., 68 
Isaack, fa., 68 
Thomas, wit., 96 
CASSTROY, EHas, in cen., 150 
CASTLE TOWN, manor of, ment., 38 

CATHARINE , md., 174; negro 

child, bp., 177 
CATTLE, restrained, 41 ; laws concern- 
ing. 43 
CAVELIER, Antje, bp., 125 
Cornelia, bp., 125 
Johannes, fa., 125 
CEDAR BUSH, place called, 37 
CEILO, Cornelia, mo., 121; bp., 135 
Daniel, bp., 136 
Elsje, bp., 135 
Johannes, bp., 137 
Maria, bp., 137 
Pieter, wit., 127; fa., 135*, 136*, 

137; bp., 135 
Sara, bp., 136 
Wilhelmus, bp., 136 
CEMETERY, or Church Yard, ment., 
38, 53* (see also BURYING 
GROUNDS) 
CENSUS of STATEN ISLAND, notes 

concerning, 149, 150 
CHADWICK, Catharine, child, ep., 216 
Elizabeth, child, ep., 216 
John, child, ep., 216* 



INDEX. 



417 



CHAMBERLAIN (CHAMBERLIN), 
Ann, bp., 172 
Catharine, mo., 169* 
Derrick, bp., 169 
Henry, \Tit., 242; fa., 268 
James, bp., 172 
John, bur., 161; b., 268; hush., 

172* 
Lydia, bp., 172 
Mary, w., bp., 172* 
Peleg, wit., 247 
Thomas, bp., 169 
Valeria, bp., 169 
William, bp., 169; St., do., 170 
Zilphia, bp., 170 

CHAMBERS, , s. of John, d.'[?], 

267 
Ann, md., 171 
Benj., rad., 193 
Elizabeth, bp., 161 
John, wit., 242, 243, 246, 247*; 
fa., 267*; b., 267 

Hannah, b., 267 ; nah, dau. of 

John, d., 267 
Mary, wit., 244, 247, 250; b., 267 
Richard, wit., 246, 247*; b., 267 

Susannah, b., 267; nah, dau. 

of John, d., 267 
Thomas, b., 267 
William, b., 267 
CHAMBLIS, Ehzabeth, md., 291 
CH.ANIPION (CHAMPIAN), John, 
wit., 383 
Mary, wit., 383 
Robert, md., 383* 
Samuel, wit., 383 
CHAMPLAIN (CHAMPLIN), Eliza- 
beth, wit., 283 
Guy, wit., 338 
CHAMPLICE, Rebekah, md., 281 
CHANDLER (CHANLER), Aschel 
(Asahel), wit., 307, 310 
Benjamin, wit., 307 
Charles A., bur., 207 
Mary, bur., 206 
Meribah, md., 208 
Thos., wit., 315 
CHANLEY, Dorothy, vdt., 288 
CHANNELLHOUSE, Adam, d., 242 

Mary, wid. of Adam, md., 242 
CHAP, John, md., 193 
CHAPMAN, John, md., 184 

Catharine, mo., 165; bp., 165 ;md., 

iSi 
Robart, wit., 260 
CHARLES, King, 2nd, 237 
CHARLS, King, grantor, 221*; land 

by conquest, 222 
CH.^SEY, Ehas, husb., 209 
CHATTWELL (see SHOTWELL), 
John, pltf., 9, 33; name indexed, 
28 
CHARLETON, The Rev. Mr. Richard, 
records for his cattle-mark, the 
one of .\dam Mott, "who is re- 
moved out of this county," 55 
CHLOE, negro child, belonging to Mrs. 

Kearny, bp., igj 
CHESNE (CHEN) (see DU CHESNE) 
CHESHIRE, Ann, wit., 244 

John, wit., 242*, 244*, 245; md., 
244 
CHESTER, ment., 302, 331 
CHESTERFIELD, ment., 280, 2S4, 
309. 363*, 364* 



CHRIST CHURCH, Shrewsbury, N. J., 
parish register of, 157; latitude 
and longitude of, 157; clergy- 
men of, 157; note concerning 
parish register of, 157; ment., 
208, 211, 213 
CHRISTOPHER (CHRISTSEER, 
CHRISTFEER, CHRIST- 
P H E R , CHRISTEPHER, 
CHRISTEPHERS, CHRIS- 
TOFFEL, CHRISTOFOLSEN, 
CHRISTOFFELZEN), Anna 
Catharina, bp., 122 

Anne, in cen., 153 

Barent (Barnt, Bame), cattle- 
mark, 27, 29; his land, 53, 54; 
surv., 55; assr., 56; with w. 
Anna, wits., 78, 79; fa., 90*, 
98; bp., 98, 108, 121; wit., 
108, 117, 131; ment., 148; in 
cen., 153 

Catharina (Catrj'n), mo., 64, 73, 
79; bp., 90, 98; wit., 108, 120; 
in cen., 153 

Cersteyntje, wit., 105 

Charity, bp., 147 

Stofel (Stoffel, Christoffel), cattle- 
mark, 27 ; surv., 51 ; wit., 78*, 90, 
95,96, 1 17; wit., and godf. with 
w. Styntie, 78; in cen. 153 

Hans (Hance), testimony of, 4; 
wit., 71, 73, 90; godf., 78; fa., 
108* ; self and w. Susanna, god- 
parents, 119; in cen., 153*; 
deft., 229* 

John (Johannes, Joh), bp., loS; 
wit., 121 ; fa., 147 

Joseph, bp., 108 

Mary (Maria), mo., 71; bp., 90; 
wit., 108, 122 

Nicholas (Nicolaas, Nicolus), bp., 
90; fa., 121, 122; in cen., 153 

Rebecca, bp., 90; in cen., 153 

Richard, bp., 108 

Susanna, bp., 90; w. of Hans, 
godm., 119 

Styntie (Stinshe), godm., 78*; 
«"it., 133, 138; in cen., 153 
CHUE, Ann, md., 39S* 
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, ment., 396 
CHURCH (CHURCK), Christefor, 
trustee, 382; ear-mark, 406* 

Jeremiah, ear-mark, 406 
CHURION, Peter, name indexed, 28 
CIHER, Elisabeth, wit., 310 
CIKER, Margaret, md., 193 
CISEAU, Anna, mo., 120 
CLAASSEN (CLAYSONE, CL.\ASZ, 
CLAAZEN, CLAASZEN, 
CLASSEN, CLASEN, CLASON, 
CLAES) , Bartle, examination 
of, 231 

Cobus Qacobus], fa., 80; bp., 92; 
wit., 92 

Derek (Dericke), cattle-mark, 26; 
fa., 92* 

Femmelie, bp., 80, 92 

Francyntje, b., bp., 117 

Gustaves, wit., 86 

Hendrickie, bp., 92 

Jacobus (see under Cobus) 

Jan, fa., 117 

Jaret, ment., 35 

Magdalena, wit., 74, 92 

Marytje, wit., 96 



CLARKE (CLARK, CLERCK, 

KLERRC, KLAC), Alexander, 

s., bp., 175 
Benjamin, wit., 319 
Benj'n, Jun'r, wit., 322 
Catharine, mo., w., bp., 198* 
Dorothea (Dorote), [Dorothy], bp., 

1 1 1* 
Edward, fence-viewer, 6; referee, 

10; fence- viewer, 28; afBrmation 

and age, 32 
Ehzabeth (Elisabeth), wit., 310, 

313 
Ehza M., ep., 218 
Grytie, wit., 93 
Henne, mo., 91* 
Job, bp., 188 
John (Jan), wit., 93; fa., iii;bp., 

112; in cen., 153; s. of John and 

Catharine, bp., 198* 
Josiph, wit., 252 
Margreat, in cen., 153 
Moses, bp., 184 
Rachel (Rachill), wit., 262; md., 

262 
Richard, md., 174; fa., 175, 184, 

188; s., bp., 180* 
Sara, bp., 112 
Susanna, md., 176 
Thomas, ment., 29; wit., 307 
(TLAYTON (CLATON, CLEAYTON), 

Ann, bp., 158 
Content, wit., 2S4 
David, bp., 158 
Hannah, bp., 158 
Isabel, bp., 158 
John, bp., 158; house of, 246; wit., 

246; fa., 267; b., 267 
John L, ep., 210* 
Jonathan, bp., 158 
Leah, md., 246 
Margaret, w., ep., 210 
Mary, bp., 15S; ep., 216; wit., 241 
Parnell, wit., 291 
Rachell, b., 267 
Sarah, wit., 246 
Thomas, master, 166 
Zebulon, wit., 246 
CLEMENS, Anna Maria, mo., 180 
Henrichus, fa., iSo 
Mareviasleot, bp., 180 
CLEMENT, Willempje, mo., 138 
CLENDENING (CLENDENNING, 

CLENDENNY, CLENDENNE, 

CLINDINNE, CLENDENY), 

Adam, fa., 80 
Antye, bp., 58 
Cathilyna, bp., 85 
Jacob, bp., 87 
James, bp., 59; fa., 59 
Johannes, bp., 145 
Joseph, bp., 58 
Mary (Maria, Malli, Molly), mo., 

72; wit., 86; bp., 144 
Patience, bp.. So 
Pieternelle, bp., 102 
Rachel, bp., 87 
Wynty, mo., 87 
Walter, fa., 58*, 85, 86*, 87, 102, 

144, 145; bp., 86 
CLERGYMEN (see .MINISTERS) 
CLIFTON, Thomas, on jury, 380 
CLINE, Frances G., wit., 335 
Frances M., bp., 205 



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INDEX. 



CLINE, Mary Mott (Mary M.), l>p , 

206; wit., 331, 335 
CLOVE, The, ment., 36, 38 ; clove road, 

46 
COARTLANDTS BROOK, ment., 53 
COBAL, Daniel, in cen., 150 
COCHEAU, Abraham, bp., 119 

Jan, fa., 119 
COCHRAN, Ann, w., ep., 214 
Isabel, ep., 215 
John C., husb., ep., 214 
CODRET, John, in cen., 150 

Peter, in cen., 154 
COE, John (Jno.), Capt'n, wit., 229; 
jurym., 232; deft., 235; moves 
for non-suit, 238* 
COERSEN, Comelis, examination of, 

231 
COEVERT, Femmetje, bp., 131 
Maria, wit., 136 
Tennis, fa., 131 ; wit., 135 
COHANSEY, road to, ordered, 384; 

ment., 385, 386, 387, 388, 394 
COLD SPRING, branch, land bound 

over, 389 
COLD SPRING CREEK, land near 
head of, sold, 386, 387; mill at, 
400 
COLE (COLD, COOL, COOLE, 
COLLE), Abraham, wit., 16, 81, 
129, 135; conveys and buys 
land, 19; assr., 22, 50, 56; cattle- 
mark, 25;' house of Abraham 
Cold, blacksmith, 37 ; Abraham, 
Esq., in cattle re, 43; just., 49; 
in cen., 151 
Andrew, in cen., 153 
Ann (Anna), mo., 128, 129*; in 

cen., 151 
Elizabeth, wit., 243 
Isaac, his land ment., 37 
Mary (Maria), mo., 60, 81, 82*; 

wit., 60, 135; in cen., 151 
Rebecca (Rebaca, Reabaca) 
godm., 107; mo., 135*, 136; in 
cen., 151* 
Richard, in cen., i ■;3 
COLEMAN (COLMAN),Ann P., w., 
ep., 215 
Charles, md., 192 
Herbert, husb., ep., 215 
Sarah, md., 183 
COLERICH, Peter, in cen., 152 
COLEY, George, fa., ep., 216* 
Henry, md., 182 
Job, child, ep., 216 
Joseph, s., ep., 216 
Susannah, w., 216 
COLLAS, Jos., wit., 287 
COLLINS, Albert, s. of Thomas and 
Ann, md., 341; wit,, 341 
AUce, md., 159 

Ann, mo., 341 ; w. of Thomas, 341 
EUzabeth A., wit., 341 
Francis, wit., 341 
John, wit., 341 
Joseph, wit., 248, 249 
Thomas, fa., 341 ; husb. of Ann, 
341; wit., 341 
COLLMAN, Benj., wit., 262 
COLTER, Andrew, fa., 72 

William, bp., 72 
COLT'S NECK, ment., 161, 164, 165, 
167, 169, 170, 352 



COLVILL (COLVIL), Elizabeth, mo., 
191* 

Thomas, fa., 187, 191 
COL WELL (COLL WELL), Allen, wit., 
245 

Eleanor, bp., 168 

EUzabeth, mo., 168 

Jedan (Jedaw), bp., 181 

Martha, bp., 168 

Mary, bp., 175 

Thomas, fa., 168, 175, 181 

William, bp., 168 
COMBS, Ann, bp., 184* 

Elizabeth W. Allen, mo., 369* 

Hannah, bp., 193 

Jane, bp., 191 

John, fa., 184, 191* 

Joseph, fa., 178 

Mary, mo., 184* 

Phebe, bp., 178 
COMANS (COMON, COMMANS, 
CONMANS), Esther, in cen., 

152 
George, arbitrator, 4; ment., 7, 35; 
cattle-mark, 23; attachment of 
goods, subpoenaed, 31; cattle- 
mark ment., 40; in cen., 152 
William (Will.), surv., 51 ; in cen., 
152 
COMPTON, Ann, bp., 184 
EUzabeth, wit. 260 
John, fa., 184 

Wm., constable of Gravesend. 230; 
wit., 238 
CONEIN, Janntye, mo., 91 
CONNCHES DOCK, ment., 223 
CONNOR, James, adult, 191 
CONOVER, Aaron, wit., 338 > 
Aaron R., child, ep., 218 » 
Ann, wit., 328 
EUza L., w., ep., 212 
Hannah E., mo., 218 1 
Hendrick, wit., 328 
James W., husb., 21a 
Matthias C, fa., 218 • 
CONROW, Fanny (F.), wit., 332; ep., 
376 
Luke (L.), wit., 340; ep., 376 
CONSTABLES appointed, 3S1 

CONSTANT, , ear-mark, 40s 

COOK (COOKE), Abraham, s., bp., 

173 
— — , wit., 282 
Ann, wit., 337, 341; mo., 341; w. 

of Thomas, 341; d., 366, 367 
Annastasia, bp., 197 
Ann "Williams Arnald," mo., 365 
Caroline V., b., 366 
Catherin (Cattron, Caty), md., 

289; house of, 289; wit., 322, 

324 

Deborah, wit., 310, 315, 326, 334 

Ebenezer (Ebeneazer, Ebeneezer), 
wit., 282, 289, 295, 296*, 341 ; 
fa., 348, 365; husb., of Sarah, 
348; b., 365; d., 365, 366 

Elizabeth (fiUz'th), wit., 245, 246, 
289, 290, 292, 326*; w. of Will- 
iam, b., 346; do., d., 346; mo., 
346; w., 346; dau. of Thomas 
and Elizabeth White, d., 346 

Faith, b., 348 

Geo., Mr., att'y, 229*, 231 

Grace, bp., 192 



COOK (COOKE), Graham, mo., 185, 
187, 188, fi90*, 192, 195, 196, 
'97 ! w., bur., ig8 
Hannah, bp., 176; wit., 256, 283, 
2S9, 296, 312, 321; md., 299; 
b., 346, 348 
Hannah, B. W., b., 366 
Hannah C. [?], b., 365 
Isabella, bp., 195 
Jacob, wit., 295; b., 346 
Jesse [?], wit., 307, 310, 316 
Job, wit., 2S9, 335; b., 346 
Joseph, b., 346 
Joseph H., b., 366 
Jo.sh, wit., 291 
Lewis Paleske (Lewis P.), b., 366; 

captain, d., 366 
Lydia (Lidya, Lyddia), bp., 196; 
wit., 284, 294, 297, 303, 312; 
mo., 346; w. of William, 346; 
b., 346 
Margaret (Margarett, Margret), 
wit., 28S, 294, 303, 306, 307, 309, 
310; md., 312; dau. of WilUam 
and Lydia, b., 346 
Mary, mo., 168, 182; bur., iSi; 

dau., 185*; b., 348 
Mary Ann, b., 366 
Miriam (Meriam), wit., 307, 310 
Michael, bp., 190 
Nathaniel, bp., 169 
Patience, wit., 325; md., 326 
Peter, wit., 310 
Phebe, b., 346 

Rachel, wit., 322, 324; mo., 337; 
w. of Thomas, 337; do., b., ' 
365; mo., 365*; b., 366 
Rachel (Borden), d., 366 
Rachel W., dau. of Thomas and 

Ann, md., 341 
Rebecca (Rebekah), wit., 291, 337 
Rebecca (Combs), 2nd w. of 

Thomas, d., 366 
Richard, wit., 47; b., 365, 366; 

d., 366 
Samuel, missionary, 157, 177; fa., 
185, 187, 188, 190, 192, 195, 196, 
197 ; minister, 198; do,, ep., 219 
<Sarah, dau,, bp., 16S; mo., 176, 
348, 365; dau., 187; md., 193; 
wit., 261, 281, 282, 285, 287, 
288, 290, 291 295, 296*, 298, 
304; w. of Ebenezer, 348; b., 
365 
Sarah S., b., 366 
Sarah Sherman, d., 366 
Silas (Silus), fa., 168, 173, 176, 

182, 1S5; wit., 256 , 

Stephen, md., 281; wit., 281, 285, ; 

288, 290, 291 
Susan B. P., wit., 342; b., 366; d., 

366 
Tesse, wit., 307 

Thomas (Tho^, Thomas, snr.t), 
bp., 188; fa., bur., 190*; wit., 
241, 322, 324, 329, 333; fa., 337; 
husb. of Rachel, 337 ; wit., 337, 
339; fa., 341 ; husb. of Ann, 341; 
wit., 341; b., 348, 365*; husb., 
365*, 366, 369; fa., 365*; d., 
366t, 366 
Thomas, Jr. (Thomas, Jun', 
Thomas, " 2nd," t). wit., 333; 
s. of Thomas and Rachel, md., 
337; wt., 337, 341; d., 366t 



INDEX. 



419 



COOK (C00KE1, Uriah, bp., 182 

William (Willm.), md., 289, 291, 
294; wit., 289*, 291, 294, 295*, 
297*, 299, 303; b., 346*; husb. 
of Elizabeth, 346*; fa., 346*; 
husb., of Lydia, 346; d., 346; 

b., 348 
William W., b., 366; captain, lost 

at sea, 366 
COOPER (COPER, COUPIR, COO- 

PERE, COWPER), Ann, mo., 

174, 180 
Barhary, mo., 177 
Benjamin, 21; cattle-mark, 26; 

assr., 51 ; surv., 51 ; in cen., 150, 

15'; bp., 195 
Benjamin B., md., 201 
David, bp., 199 
Deborah, mo., 164 
Elener, in cen., 150 
Elizabeth, bp., 191 
Ezekial, bp., i65 
Frances, in cen., 151 
George, fa., 177; s. bp., 199 
Hendrick (Henrich), fa., 174, 181 
Henry, md., 174; bp., 180* 
James, bp., 164 
Jasper, bp., 181 
John, in cen., 151; fa., 165, 166, 

178; s. bp., 173*; bur., 190 
Joseph, in cen., 151; fa., 164; bur., 

174 

Lenah, bp., 178 

Martha, in cen., 150 

Mary, mo., 165, 166, 178; w., 173*; 
dau., 174; wit., 243 

Michael, bp., 199 

Phebe, bp., 195 

PhiUp, md., 180; fa., 181, 191, 199 

Samuel, bp., 173 

Sarah, bp., 199 

Simon, wit., 243* 

WilUam, in cen., 151 ; bp., 165; s. 
of Henrich, bp., 181 
COONE, Thomas, elk., 21; cattle- 
mark, 27* 
CORBETT (CORBET, CARBET, 
KARBET, CORBITT, COR- 
BIT, CORBETE), Amy, mo., 
67, 69, 1 19 

Anna, wit., no; in cen., 150 

Elizabeth, in cen., 150 

Isaac, surv., 56; wit., with his w. 
Martha, no; in cen., 151 

Jacob, fence-viewer, 6, 28; testi- 
mony and age of, 8; ment., 16; 
wit., elk., 20; cattle-mark, 24, 
26 

John, testimony and age of, 33 

Maria (Marytie, Mary), wit., no*; 
in cen., 150 

Martha, w. of Isaac; wit., no 
CORDUGGAN, Mary, md., iSc 
CORLIES (CORLISS, CORLIS, COR- 
LEIS, CORLOIS, CURLIS, 
CURLI— , CURLES, CUR- 
LEIS, CORLES, CORLEISE, 
COURLIES, CURLIES), Abi- 
gail (Abigal, Abegil), wit., 301, 
303, 306*, 327, 330, 332*, 333*. 
335. 336. 337. 338, 340. 341; 
b., 344* 
Anne (Ann), wit., 301, 303, 307, 

3'o. 325> 326, 327*, 332,' 336*; 



™o-. 350; w. of Brittain, 350; 
b., 361 ; d., 362 

Asher, md., 373 

Benjamin (Benjman, Benj", 
Benj., Benj°, Benj ), wit., 262, 
276, 280, 281, 282, 301, 303, 
307*, 310, 315, 316, 317, 318, 
319*, 320*, 321, 322, 323, 324, 
325*, 326*, 327, 334, 336; b., 
269, 342, 344, 356; md., 276, 
307; fa., 332, 344; husb. of Deb- 
orah, 332, 344; d., 342, 344; 
husb., 373 

Benjamin W. (Benj°. W., Benj. 
W., Benj"'. W., B. W.)t, wit., 
330, 334*, 335*. 336. 337. 338, 
340; s. of Briton and Sarah, md., 

335. 353; b., 362; d., 362, 365; 
fa., 365*; husb., 365!; ep., 377! 

Brittain (Briton, Britan, Britton, 
Britt".), wit., 298, 299*, 300*, 

301. 303. 305. 306. 307*. 310. 
312, 314, 315, 316, 320*, 321, 

323, 326*, 328, 330, 331; md., 
301 ; fa., 333 ; husb. of Sarah, 

333. 335; fa-. 335, 35°. 3f>i*. 
362; b., 344, 361, 362; d., 344, 
362*; husb. of Ann, 350; s. of 
Briton and Sarah, d., 362 

Briton, Jr., wit., 334 

Charlotte, wit., 330, 333, 334*, 

336, 340 

David, md., 276; wit., 276 (see 
under CORTIS) ; b., 350 

Deborah (Deboah), wit., 251, 257*, 
258*, 262, 263, 276, 279*, 281*, 
282, 286, 287*, 289*, 294, 299*, 
301, 302, 303, 304, 307*, 309, 
316, 319*, 320, 321*, 322*, 323*, 

324, 326*, 327*, 328, 331*, 332*, 

333. 334. 335*. 337. 338. 339; 
mo., 269*, 332, 342*, 344; b., 
269, 342, 343, 344, 362; w. of 
George, 269, 342*; house of, 
276; w. of Benjamin, 332, 344; 
d., 342, 344, 362, 373* 

Deborah, Jr., md., 262 

Dinah, wit., 262; b., 269, 342 ;md., 

277 
Edmund W., husb., 376 
Edna, ep., 375 
Edward, b., 365; d., 365 
Edward G., wit., 334, 338. 339 
Edward Pennington (Edward P.),t 

b.. 353; d., 354t 

Eliza H., b., 365 

Eliza L., wit., 334 

EUzabeth (EUsabeth, EUz"'., 
EUzth.), wit., 250, 252, 276, 
277*, 298, 309*, 323, 325, 326*, 
327*, 328*, 329, 330, 33". 332, 

334, 338; tnd., 253, 278, 297, 
327; dau. of Briton and Sarah, 
md., 333 ;b., 269, 344*, 348, 361 ; 
pr. request, 326 

Elizabeth, Jun', wit., 327 

EUzabeth A., wit., 337 

Elizabeth C, wit., 338 

Ellen L., wit., 341 

Exercise, wit., 242, 245; mo., 269 

Francis, b., 365; d., 365 

George (Geo.), wit., 242, 243, 
244*, 245, 246, 248,* 249, 250, 
251*, 252*, 253, 257*, 258, 259, 
262, 264, 276, 277, 283, 285, 



294. 297. 307*, 309. 316, 317, 
319, 320*, 321*, 323* 324, 325, 
326, 327*, 329, 330 331, 332*, 
334; md., 243, 250; fa., 269, 334, 
342*. 356*, 372. b., 269, 344; 

husb. of , 269, of Patience 

WooUey, 334, of Deborah, 342; 
d.. 269, 342, 344, 356 

George A., wit., 337*, 338; md., 
359; fa., 372; ep., 375 

Girtrude Ann, dau. of J. and A. 
Morris, d., 370 

Hannah, wit., 250, ,251, 320, 322, 
323. 324, 327; md., 252, 299; 
b., 269, 343 

Hannah C, wit., 336 

Hannah U., ep., 376 

Hannah W., wit., 338; dau. of 
George A. and Phebe B., d., 372 

Henry, wit., 333, 334; b., 365 

Hitable, wit., 283 

Hubbard, wit., 333 

Jacob, b., 269, 342, 344*, 353, 
356; wit., 282,* 294, 298*, 
299. 301*. 302, 303*, 307, 310, 
313. 315. 317, 320, 323. 325. 
327.* 330. 334. 341; md., 282; 
fa., 344*; husb. of Sarah, 344*; 
d.. 344*. 354, 373; fa., d., 344, 
373; ep., 376 

Jacob, Jun'. (Jacob, Ju'., Jacob, 
Jr., Jacob, Jun.), md., 20S; wit., 
321*, 326, 327, 333, 334, 335, 

337*, 338, 339, 340 
Jacob, Sen'., wit., 327 
Jacob H., wit., 341*; ep., 376 
Jacob Hubbard, md., 353 
Jacob W., wit., 327, 334*, 336*; 

b., 362; d., 362 
James, wit., 277, 278, 297 
Jeborah, wit., 250 
John (Jno.), wit., 250, 252, 253, 

256*, 259, 264, 276*, 277*, 278, 

282, 284, 285, 290, 291, 293, 297, 

301, 309,* 319, 320, 322*, 323, 
328, 330, 331* ;b., 269 (see under 
CORTIS), 344, 353; house of, 
278; s. of Jacob and Sarah, d., 
344; d., 354 

John, Jun' (John, Jur., John, Jr.), 
md., 277; w'it., 277, 278, 289 

Joseph (Josiph, Jo^.), wit., 260, 
262, 276, 277, 281, 282*, 284, 
286, 293, 294, 298, 299*, 300, 
301*, 302*, 303, 304, 305, 307*, 
310*, 3n, 312*, 315, 326; b., 
269, 342, 356; fa., 343; husb. of 
Margaret, 343; d., 343, 356 

Joseph W., wit., 331, 332, 333, 
334*, 336; b., 362; d., 362 

Leah, wit., 327 ; b., 353; d., 354 

Lucy G., vnt., 337 

Lucy Y., wit., 338 

Lydia, md., 294; wit., 312, 321, 
323, 324, 325*, 327*; b., 343; 
w. of Timothy, b., 343, 350 

Margaret (Marg'., Margreat, Mar- 
gret), wit., 277, 2S4, 285, 286, 
293. 294, 297*, 298, 299, 301, 

302, 303*, 304, 306, 309, 310*, 
3". 312, 3>3*. 314, 3«6, 320, 
321, 322, 323, 326*, 327, 32S, 
331. 334*; md., 303; mo., 343; 
w. of Joseph, 343; b., 343; d., 
343. 351. 373 



420 



INDEX. 



CORLIES (CORLISS, CORLIS, COR- 
LEIS, CORLOIS, CURLIS, 
CURLI— , CURLES, CUR- 
LEIS, CORLES, CORLEISE, 
COURLIES, CURLI ES), Mar- 
garet J., w. of Edmund W., 
ep., 376 

Margaret (Tucker), mo., 353; w. 
of Peter, 353; d., 354 

Mary, wit., 256*, 257, 258, 276, 
277*, 2S9, 293, 294, 298, 304*, 
3". 321, 325, 327*. 328*. 329. 
332.* 334*; b., 269, 344, 356; 
dau. of Geo. and Patience Wool- 
ley Corlies, md., 334 

Mary T., wit., 337 

Miriam T. (Meriam T., Mirriam 
T.), wit., 335, 338, 339, 340, 
342; d., 361 ;mo., 365*; w. of B. 
W., d., 365; ep., 377 

Meriam T. (Williams), mo., 365* 

Meribali, wit., 276 (see under 
CORTIS) 

Nancy, wit., 323, 334 

Naomy (Naomey, Neomy, Neo- 
raah), wit., 262, 263, 280, 284 

Obadiah, md., 193 

Patience, wit., 254, 317, 318, 320*, 
321, 322*, 323*, 324, 325, 326*, 
327, 32S*, 329, 330*, 334; 
(Woolley), mo., 334; w. of Geo., 
334; wit., 334, 335, 336*, 337, 
339*; mo., 356*; d., 356 

Peter (Petter), wit., 305, 307*, 
309*. 313. 314, 315, 320, 323*, 
325. 327, 334*; md., 309; b., 
344, 3.S3 ; fa., 353 ; husb. of Mar- 
garet Tucker, 353; d., 354*. 373 

Peter B., wit., 338 

Phebe, wit., 327*, 330, 331, 332, 
333, 338; md., 330; b., 344, 353; 
d., 354. 373; ep., 375 

Phebe B., wit., 333, 334, 335, 
337*. 340; d., 360; mo., 372*; 
ep., 375 

Phebe H., wit., 330 

Phebe W., wit., 341, 342 

Rachel, wit., 327*, 334 

Rebekah, wit., 276 (see under 
CORTIS) 

Romes, wit., 278 

Samuel, wit., 289 

Sarah (Sarh), wit., 264, 276, 282, 
294, 297, 298*, 299, 303, 307*, 
308, 310*, 311, 313, 315*, 316*, 
317. 319, 320, 321*, 322*, 323*. 
325, 326*, 327*, 330, 331*, 333, 

334*, 335*, 336, 337, 339, 34.1; 
md., 320, 326; dau. of Benjamin 
and Deborah, md., 332 ; mo., 333, 

335. 344. 361, 362 ; w. of Briton, 
333. 335; w. of Jacob, 344; b., 
344. 350, 353. 356, 365; d., 344, 
354. 362 

Sarah, Jr., wit., 325, 326 

Sarah W., wit., 332, 333, 336*, 

338*, 340 
Susan (Susanna), wit., 333*, 335, 

336, 338, 340 

Susan H., wit., 341; b., 365; d., 

365; ep., 377 
Thomas (Thom^.), b., 269, 342; 

s. of George and Deborah, d., 

269, 342; wit., 300 
Timothy (Timot, Timy), b., 269, 



342, 343; wit., 276, 298, 299, 
301, 303, 307, 310, 312, 323, 
324, 326*; d., 342, 343, 373; 
husb. of Lydia, 343 
Tylee B., wit,, 341 
Tylee W., b., 365; d., 365 
Wilham (Wm.), wit., 256*,'258, 
262, 264, 277, 282, 304, 321, 
322, 324, 326, 327*, 332; md., 
264, 304; b., 269, 344 
Zilpha (Zilphia, Zilpah, Zelphia), 
wit., 277, 290, 294, 297, 303, 

309, 314, 315. 336. 338 
, wit., 264 

, w. of George, d., 269 

CORNE, Simeon, with w. conveys 

estate to Peter Nowe, 18 
CORNELIS (CORNELIOS, CORNEL- 
ISEN), [Capt. Cornelius, or 
Cornelios, means Capt. Cor- . 
nelius CORSEN, and is indexed 
under that name]; Albert, pltf., 
224* 

Alke, dau., of Jacob, 19 

Mr. Derick, assr., 16, 17 

Jacob, ante-nuptial contract, 19*; 
affirmation and age, 32 

Kasper, wit., 14 

Lawrence, deft., 235; pltf., 238* 
CORNON (see CANON), Andries, bp., 
90 

Aront, bp., 90 

Daniel, bp., Sg 

David (Davit), fa., 90*; bp., 90 

Peter, fa., 89 
CORSON (CORSEN, CORSONE, 
CORSZEN, KORSZEN, KOR- 
SEN, KORSON, CORSSE, 
CORSE, KORSSE, COURSON, 
CORSSEN, KORSE, COSSON), 
Anna (Antie, Antje), bp., 62, 
84; wit., 104, no, 383; in cen., 

153 
Benjamin, cattle-mark, 32; as- 
signed Balthus Dehart, as he 
"is removed out of this county," 
55; ment., 45; fa., 62*, 98; bp., 
62, no; wit., 78, 93, 99, 106, 
116, 132, 133, 134; self and w. 
Blandyna, wits., 113; in cen., 

153 

Blandyna, w. of Benjamin, wit., 
99, 106, 113, 133; godm., 138 

Catharine (Cathrina, Cattriena, 
Catren), bp., 70, 84, 147; wit., 
82, 91, 93*, 383 

Christian (Christiaan, Christaen, 
Criste-Jan), his fence, 53; bp., 
82; wit., 82*, 104, 106, 109, 3S3, 
392; self and w., wits., 90, 92, 
98; godf., 138; in cen., 153 

Cornelia, wit., 62, 70, 77, 82, 83, 
103, 108, 125, 132, 142; bp., 
142 

Mr., Capt., Cornelius [Cornelus, 
Corn.], pltf., 7, 10, 33; paid for 
a wolf, 17; constable, 17, 34; 
Mary, his wid., pays bill, 21; 
cattle-mark, 24, 43; name in- 
dexed, 29; owner of vicious 
horse, 32; his fence, 36; receipt 
for quit-rent, 39; swinging gate 
of, ment., 40; horse brand, 44 

CorneHus, bp., 58, 62, 83*, 84*, 



147; fa., 81, 82*, 83*; wit., 85, 

95. 102, 143, 144* 
CorneUus, Jr., bp., 147; fa., 147, 

148 
Daniel, pet., 35; elk., 35, 37, 38*, 

39*, 40*. 41*. 42*, 43*. 44*. 

45*; 46*, 47, 48*. 49*. 55*; 

wit., 58, 59, 60, 83; bp., S3, 95; 

fa., 94, 95; ment., 148; in cen., 

151. 153* 
Deborah, wit., 383 
Douwe, fa., 91 / 

Elizabeth (Lysabet), godm., 62,^ 

98, 104; bp., 98; wit., 106, 383; 

in cen., 153 
Hannah (Hanah), wit., 388, 392 
Jacob, coll., 22; his land, 53*; 

superv., 56; wit., 62, 64, 71, 

88, 102, 104, 118, 121, 388; fa., 

98, 109, no, 142, bp., 109; self 

and w., wits., 126, 134 
Jacob, Jr., cattle-mark, 47; wit., 

75, 142; fa., 88, 100, 125; bp., 

88; in cen., 153, 155 
Jacobus, bp., 83 
Jannetje (Yanetye), wit., 144*; 

bp., 148 
John (Johan), cattle-mark, 24; 

wit., 126, 383, 388, 392 
Maria (Mary, Marey, Marytye, 

Malli), wit., 58, 71, 98, loi, 125; 

mo., 60, 69, 71, 75, 76, 84, 85, 

88, 91; bp., 81, 98, 125; w. of 

Josua Masjero, wit., 142; mo., 

142, 144, 148; in cen., 153*, 155 
Martha, md., 388; wit., 392 
Mary, wid. of CorneUus, 21 
Nailke, mo., 148 
Nieltje (Neeltye), mo., 60, 93, 94*, 

102, 143; wit., 81, 83, 94; bp., 

100 
Peter, bp., 82; wit., 383 
Ragel, bp., 91 
Rebecca, wit., 134 
Richard, bp., 94; fa., 147 
Suster, bp., iog;mo., 142; in cen., 

153 
CORSO, Hester, in cen., 153 

John, in cen., i S3 
COSSE [or COSTE]!^ John, assr., 51 
CORTILYOU (CORTELEAU, CA- 
TELEAU, COTELEAU), w. of 
Roelof van Voorhes, mo., 138 
Debora, bp., 119 
Dorothea (Dorothe), wit., 65, 107, 

iig, 135; mo., 138*, 139* 
Geurtje, mo., 107; wit., 119 
Jacques, fa., 65, 68, 119; wit., 
138; Cap'*., Justice, 226; Mr., 
Justice, 230, 231; Cap"., com- 
plt. agst., 232 ; referee, 232, 233, 
238; report as referee, 236; 
oath sworn before, 237 
Neeltje, bp., 68; mo., 76 
Peter (Pieter), bp., 65; wit., 119 
COSGROVE, Joseph, md., 186 
COSTON, Peter, ear-mark, 380 
COTES, John, fa., 188 
Mary, mo., 188 
Rebecca, bp., 188 
COTTERELL (COTTEREL), EUza- 
beth, md., 179 
Sarah, md., 174 
COTTERLY, Elizabeth, mo., 168 
James, bp., 168 



INDEX. 



421 



COTTERLY, John, fa., 168 
COUART, Tunis, cattle-mark, -,2 
COURT, Constable's, i, and fo'llow-ing 

pages 
COURT, Cape May, 399 
COURT HOUSE, Freehold, ment., 

167, 171 
COVENHOVEN (COWENHOVEN, 
KOUWENHOVEN, COUWEN- 
HOVEN), Hannah, bur., 184" 

Helena, bp., 190 

Ja., wit., 316 — 

Maria, bp., 127 

Samuel, fa., 127, 128; bp., 128 
COWARD, William, md., 201 
COWEN, Anna, bp., 179 

John, fa., 179 

Marv, mo., 179 
COWERT, Clemence S., wit., 341 
COX (COXE), Mr., master, 173 

Abigail, wit., 322 

Ann, mo., 178 

Daniel, Dr., 383, 388*; pltf., 3S4; 
power of att'y, 385; land sold, 
385*; Gov., 387; landowner, 
392* 

Elizabeth, mo., 174 

Miss Grace, md., 193 

Hannah, wit., 321 

Jonathan, wit., 321 

Longlield, md., 176; fa., 178 
^-— Mary, md., 180, 321 

Phebe, wit., 321 

Thomas, bp., 174* 

Mr. WiUiam, bur., 177; bp., 178 
COXHALL, ment., 389, 393 
COXSHON, Peter, pltf., 4 
CRADDOCK, Arabella, bp., 161 

Ann Martha, mo., 163* 

Ehzabeth, bp., 161, 197; md., 163 

Francis, bp., 163 

John, fa., 163, 199 ;bp., 163*, 197* 

Margaret, bp., 199 

Mary, mo., 161 

Samuel, bp., 163 

Sarah, bp., 197 

Thomas, bp., 197 

William, fa., 161; s. of John, bp., 

197 
CRACKER, Sampson, md., 182 
CRAFTS (CRAFT), Ann, bp., 165 
Catharine, bp., 160 
Elizabeth, mo., 160; bp., 165 
Margaret, bp., 165 
Mary, bp., 165 

Thomas, fa., 160, 165*; wit., 248 
CR.AIFT[CRAIGH?], Ann, bp., 163 
Elizabeth, bp., 163 
Margaret, bp., 163 
Mary, bp., 163 
CRAIN, Amanda-Esther, bp., 207 
Azro Amander, bp., 207 
Nancy, bp., 207; mo., 207 
Oscar Valverdc, b., bp., 207 
Samuel, b., I)p., 207; fa., 207 
CRANBERRY (CR ANBURY), ment., 
164, 167, 168*. 169, 171*, 174, 
176, 177, 178*, 179,* 180,* 1S2*, 
i8.v*, 185*, 191* 
CRANDil.LL, John, car-mark, 405; Jr., 

do , 407 
CR.AV.VT, Aaron, bp., '76 
CRAVEN (CREVEN, CR.AYER, 
KREVEN), Anna 1 .Annetye), 
bp.. Si ; wit., 133 ; in ren., 153 



CRAVEN (CRE\-EN, CR.WER, 
KREVEN), Christina, bp., 81 
Cobus [Jacobus], fa., 80*, 81* 
Elsie, bp., 80; in ccn., 153 
Esther (Hester), bp., 81; in cen., 

154 

GilHs, b., bp., 81 

Jacobus, wit., 116, 117, 133; in 
cen., 153 

Johannes, bp., 80 

Neeltje, wit., 8i 

Thomas, cattle-mark, 31 ; Thomas, 
Jr., wit., 81 
CRAWFORD (CRAFORD, CRO- 
FORD, CRAFFORD), Andrew, 
bp., 188 

Benjamin, ear-mark, 406 

Clorinda, md., 373 

Elizabeth, pltf., 381 

Esther, wit., 313, 314; b., 353; 
md., 353 

George, ear-mark, 379; wit., 399 

Hannah, bp., 1S5 

Hester, md., 314; dau. of W"'., 
nid., 373 

Issachax [Isaac?], ear-mark, 406 
.James, fa., 185, :88, 190, 193 

John, ear-mark, 379; pltf., 383, 
384; wit., 3S5; power of att'y, 
387 ; appr., "390*, 401, 402, 403* ; 
deed of sale, 400* 

John Bowne, wit., 314 

Joshua, wit., 389; ear-mark, 406 

Margaret, mo., 185, 188, 190, 193 

Mary, wit., 323 

Peter, bp., 190 

Rachel, md., 192 

Richard, ear-mark, 405 

Thomas, bp., 193 

William (W°\), wit., 314; fa., 373 
CREAGE, Ehzabeth, mo., 71 
CREASEN [CORSEN?], Jacobus, 

meadow, 46 
CREASEY (CRESSE, CRESSES, 
CROSSESE), .Arthur, grand- 
juror, 381; assr., 382; admin- 
istration granted, 392; just., 
398; wit., 399; appr., 402 

David, wit., 388, 399; ear-mark, 
406 

Hannah, wit., 388 

James, ear-mark, 379 

John, wit., 395; bill of, 403; ear- 
mark, 406; Jr., do., 405 

Lewis, ear-mark, 406 

Marcy, wit., 399 

Robert, ear-mark, 406 
CREMER, John Daniel, md., 193 
CRIPS, Richard, bp., 185 

Sarah, mo., 185 

WiUiam, fa., 185 
CROCHERON (CROSHON, CHRO- 
SHON), Abram (Mr. Abraham), 
cattle-mark, 44, 50; Mr. Abra- 
ham, records mark of his grandf., 
Mr. Abraham Crocheron, dec'd, 
55; bp., 94; wit., 135; in cen., 

153 
Daniel, fa., 94 
Ehzabeth, in cen., 151 
John, constable, 51; in cen., 151, 

153* 
Mary, in cen., 151 
Susana, in cen., 133 
CROES, Anna Theodosia, bp., 204 



CROES, Catharine Van Mater, bp., 

202 
Eleanor, mo., 202, 203, 204, 213 
Eleanor R., dau., ep., 213 
Eleanor Rattoonc, bp., 205 
Elizabeth, mo., 205, 208 
John, minister, 201 ; fa., 202, 203, 

204, 205, 208; ep., 219 
J. Jr., minister, 157, 200; s., 204 
Dr. John, Sr., minister, 202, 203*; 

bishop, 208, 213 
Mary Henrietta, b., bp., 208'' 
Ralph Van Mater, bp., 203 

CROK, John, in cen., 150 (see VAN 

CROOK) 
CROMWELL, Rachel, md., 183 
CROSS, John, ear-mark, 379 
CROSSES, John, juror, 384 (see 

CREASEY) 
CROSSLAND, Ehzabeth, bp., 170* 

George, fa., 170* 
CROSSLEY (CROSLEY, CROSLE), 

Ehzabeth, ep., 212 

Moses, ear-mark, 400, 406 

Robert, judg't agst., 378; ear- 
mark, 379, 405; juror, 380 
CROSSWICKS, ment., 169, 178, 181 
CROWELL (CROWEL, CROELL), 
, ear-mark, 381 

Ann, w., 397 

Barnabas, ear-mark, 379 

Edward, b., 397 

Experienc, wit., 399 

Jacob, ear-mark, 381 

Joseph, md., 397* 

Josiah, md., 399*; ear-mark, 406 

Mary, b., 397 

Samuel, ear-mark, 379, 406; jnr., 
380; just., 381*, 382*, 384, 386* 
387*, 3S8, 389, 390, 391*, 392*, 
395. 396*, 401, 405; performs 
marriage, 394; wit., 397*, 398*, 
399; appr., 402, 403 

CROWSDALL [?], , md., 370; 

removal, 370 
CROXSON (CROXON), Catherine, 
wit., 332 

Ehzabeth, mo., 332*, 336; w. of 
Jacob, 332 

Hannah, wit., 331 

Hannah F., dau. of Jacob and 
Elizabeth, md., 332 

Jacob, fa., 332 ; husb. of Elizabeth, 
332; iivit., 332 

John H., child, ep., 218 

Lydia, wit., 332, 336, 338 

Mary, w., 218 

Nathan W., fa., 218 

Thomas, md., 193 

William, wit., 332 

Wilham W., wit., 332, 3.36, 338 
CRUSER (KRUSE, CROOSE, CROE- 
SEN, KROESON, KROESEN, 
KROOSE, CROSE. CRUSEA, 
CROSSON, CRUSEN, CRUSE, 
CRUISE, CROESE), Abraham, 
fa., 59*, bp , 83 

Adriaetie, wit., 116 

Anna (Antje, Antye), wit., 60, 
82, 83, 95, 102 

Catherine (Cathareynt je) , wit., 
103; in cen., 151 

Claesye (Claesie), bp., 61 ; wit., 

"44 
Cornelia (Comelya), wit., S3, 104; 



422 



INDEX. 



mo., 88, 98, 100, 125, 142; bp., 
104, 106; in cen., 151 

Corneiis (Cornelus, Mr. Cornelius), 
records cattle-mark of his grand- 
fa., Hendrik Kroose, dec'd, 33; 
wit., 83; fa., 83*, 84, 89; bp., 
84, 89, 106; b. and bp., 103, 104 

Derrick (Dirrik, Derek, Derick, 
Dirick), bis land, 53; fa,, 92*; 
bp., 92; b. and bp., 103, 104; 
wit., 104; in cen., 151* 

Elizabeth, bp., 115, 147; in cen., 

151 

Francis, in cen., 151 

Garret (Garrit, Gerret, Gerrit, 
Gerard, Jaurald), cattle-mark, 
29; fa., 58, 61, loi, 103, 104, 
142; wit., 76, 81, 103, 115, 116, 
121, 132, 144; b. and bp. 
unnamed son, 103; birth and 
age, 150; in cen., 151* 

Geertruy, bp., 58, 59 

Henry (Hendrick, Henrik, Hen- 
dryck, Hendryk, Hendereck), 
cattle-mark, 30; assr., 51; his 
land, 53; wit., 62, 70, 77, 83, 
103, 104, 109, 125, 142; bp., 
83, 92, loi ; godf., 193; fa., 104*, 
106*; in cen., 151 

John (Jan, Joliannis), bp., 59; 
fa., 115, 147; in cen., 151 

Maricha, mo., 147 

Maritje, b. and bp., 104; wit., no 

Mary (Maria), mo., 70, 73, 125; 
bp., 142; in cen., 151 

Neeltye (Nieltje, Neelje, Neeltie, 
Neelthe), mo., 60, 61, 86, 145; 
b. and bp., 104; bp., 106; sister 
of Garret, wit., 121; in cen., 

151 
Nicolus, in cen., 151 
Nickasa [Nicasius?], bp., 92 
CULLER, Elizabeth, wit., 302 
CUMMINvS, Eleanor, mo., 208 
James, fa., 208 
Thomas C, ep., 20S 
William, ep., 208 
CURKOLDS TOWN, ment., 54* 
CURTIS (CORTIS, COURTESS, 
CORTES, CURTISS, CUR- 
TICE), Ann, md., 295 
Asher, wit., 317 
Betsey, md., 364 
David, md. (Corhs), 276; wit. 
(Corhs), 276; wit., 287, 295*, 
296*, 301, 317; house of, 295, 

301 
David, Jun'. (David, Jun.), wit., 

295*. 301; nid., 295 
Ebenezer (Ebnezar), wit., 324; 

d-, 371 
Elihu, b., 350 
Elizabeth (Eliz"'), w'it., 317, 324, 

329. 339; md., 322; d., 371 
Faith, wit., 322 
Herbert (Herbort, Harbort), md., 

295; wit., 295*, 296* 
Isaac, in cen., 152 
John, in cen., 154; wit. (Corlis), 

276; wit., 287, 295*, 296*, 324, 

327; b., 350 
John, Jun', md., 296; wit., 296* 
Joseph, b., 350 
Lydia, wit., 295*, 296 
Margaret (Margret, Margreat), 



wit, 303, 335; mo., 350; w. of 

Thomas, 350 
Mary, wit., 324; d., 371 
Meribah, wit., 276 (see CORLIS); 

wit., 295*, 296*, 329, 339; md., 

312; b., 350 
Patience, wit., 296* 
Rachel, wit., 301 
Rebekah, wit., 276 [see CORLIS], 

wit., 287, 295 
Richd., constable, 234; overseer, 

234 
Samuel, cattle-mark, 23; his cat- 
tle, 33 
Sarah, wit., 322, 333 
Thomas, md., 303; wit,, 303; fa., 

350; husb. of Margreat, 350 
Walter, wit., 322, 324 
CURWITHAN (CURWITHEN), Mar- 
tha, b., 379 
Mary (Fish), w., 399 
CURWITHY, Caleb, ear-mark, 379 

Mary, w., 379* 
CUTLER, Ann, wit., 305 
Benjamin, wit., 304 
David, wit., ,304, 305; md., 305 
Elizabeth, wit., 305 
John, wit., 305 
Mary, wit., 304 
CUTTING, Mr. Leonard, md., 188 



D 



DAGGERY [?], John, wit., 254 
DAKHAN, Rebekah, wit., 260 
DALLY (DALLES, DOLEYE), John, 

cattle-mark, 26 
DANGLER, Deborah, ep., 377 

John, ep., 377 

Sarah, ep,, 218 
DANIEL, negro child, belonging to 

Mrs. Kearny, bp., 194 
DANIELS, Margreta (Margriet), wit,, 
69, 128, 139, 140; mo., 78, 79* 
DANYCK, Andro, bp., 89 

Samuel, fa., 89 
DARBE, Eleanor, mo., 171 

John, fa,, 171* 
DASIGNY, Benjamin, fa,, 178 

Judith, bp., 178 
DAVIDSON, WilUam, wit., 244 
DAVIS, EUzabeth (EUz"'), wit., 330*, 

333 
Capt. Henry, cattle-mark, 33 
Jo', wit., 314 
Margaret, wit., 327, 331 
Rich'', wit., 327 
DAWSON, Mrs., cattle-mark, 36 
DAY (see also DEY and DYE) , Henry, 

cattle-mark, 45; wit., 81, 139; 

fa., 107* 
John (Johannes), fa., 71, 124; 

wit., 78; bp., 124 
Maria, bp., 107 
Petrus, bp., 107 
Samuel, bp., 107 
Simon, bp., 107 
William, bp., 71 
DAYTON (DAITON, DATON), Jacob, 

adm., 379; ear-mark, 380; 

grand juror, 381; letters of 

administration, 392, 397; Just., 

398; appr., 401 
Ruth, wit., 386 



DEAL, ment., 161, 360*, 369, 370, 

372 
DEAN, William, pltf., 379 
DEAR, Wilham, bur., 185 
DEATH SENTENCE, John, negro 

servant, 166 
DEBOLE, Ann, md., 186 
Christian, fa., 190* 
Mary, mo., 190 
DEBOW, John, bp., 206; husb., 369 
DE CAMP (DE CAMPE), Altie, in 
cen., 151 
Christoffel, bp., 105 
Chrystyntje (Christina), wit., 82, 

96, IDS, 117 
David, bp , 105 

Elsje, mo., 81*, 82; wit., 103, 140 
Gideon, wit., 81; fa., 103*; bp., 

103, 105 
Hendrik, fa., 105 
John (Joh.), wit., 96; in cen., 151* 
Laurens, cattle-mark, 27; his 

house, 53; in loco parentis, 81; 

wit., 82; bp., 103*; in loco 

patris, 105 
Martha, in cen., 151* 
Mary (Marytje), mo., 81, 96*; in 

cen., 151* 
Sarah, in cen., 151 
Sebastian (Bastian), bp., 103 
Styntje, wit,, 121 
DE DECKER (DACCR, DACKER, 

DECKER, DEKKER, DEK- 

KERS), Abraham, bp,, 71, 135; 

in cen,, 153 
Catharine (Catharina, Catlina, 

Cathalyntje), wit,, 72, 106, 121, 

133. 135; mo-. 96*, 97; in cen., 

153 
Charles, wit,, 68, 121 ; bp., 82; fa., 

82, 83*, 89, 100, 123; in cen., 

153 

Elizabeth, bp., 71 

Elstye, bp,, 87 

Esther, bp., 83 

Eva, wit., 89, 134; bp., 123, 125, 
127, 129, 135; in cen., 153 

Israel, fa,, 147 

Jacob, bp,, 123 

John (Johannes, Joh.), fa., 61, 68, 
69. 71, 125, 143; bp., 71, 134, 
143; in cen., 153 

Magdalena, bp., 83 

Mally, mo., 100* 

Mareytye, mo., 102 

Maria, bp., 68, 89, 100, 134 

Matthew (Mathew, Matthys, Mat- 
theus, Methuors), cattle-mark, 
30; comr., 40; Mattenos, alias 
Mathew, his house, 54; fa., 71*, 
87; bp., 71*, 83*, 135; wit., 8g; 
self and w. wits., 95; in cen., 

153* 
Neeltje (Nealthe), wit., 96, 130, 

132, 134; mo., 121*, 122*; in 

cen., 153 
Peter (Pieter), comr., 38; wit., 72, 

96, 121, 131, 143; fa., 123, 134*, 

135*; in cen., 153 
Richard, bp., 61, 147; captain, fa., 

147 
Sarah, bp., 69, 135, 147 
Seger(?iger), wit., 83, 97; fa., 327, 

1 29; in cen., 153 
Susanna, bp., 135 



INDEX. 



423 



DECOUE, Sarah, md., 373 
DEED OF SALE, Jacob Spicer, 399 
DE GRAMEAUX (DE GARE- 
MEAUX, DE GRAMAUX, DE 
GRAMEAUO, DE GRAMO, 
DEGRAMO, GRAMEAUX, 
GRAMAUX, GRAMO, GRA- 
MOOS), Ab. wit., 66 

Agneta, bp., 69 

Anna Catharina, bp., 117 

Catharina, bp., 117 

Dirkje, bp., 76 

Jacob, his house and shop, 46; fa., 
66, 68, 69, 75, 76, 98, 117*; bp., 
7S; wit., 135 

James A., husb., 369 

Johannes, bp,, 98 

Matthys, bp., 66 

Nietje, bp., 68 

Sarah T., wid. of James A., d., 369 
DEGRAVV, Susan M., ep., 216 
DE GROOT (D. GROOD, DE GROOD, 
DEGROOT, DE GROOTS), 
Beelitye, mo., 89 

Cattriena, bp., 72 

Elizabeth, bp., 87 

Geertruy, bp., 72 

Gerret, bp., 100 

Mr. Johannes (Joh.), cattle-mark, 
39; fa., 75, 124; bp., 102; wit., 
102, 108, 124, 142; bp., 124 

Peter (Pieter), fa., 72*, 87, 100, 
102; wit., 84, 100 

Robbert, bp., 75 
DE HART (DE HAERT, DEHART, 
DU HART), Anna, wit., 106 

Balthazar (Baltis, Baltus, Bal- 
thus), cattle-mark, formerly 
Corsens, 55; fa., 60, 146; ep., 
212 

Catharine (Cathalina, Catlyna, 
Catalyntie), bp., 60, 181; wit., 
Ill, 112; godra., 112; mo., 129 

Daniel, wit., 60, 106, iii, 146; fa., 
92, 93; bp., 92; godf., 112; pe- 
tition of, 232* 

Edward, fa., 148 

Elizabeth, bp., 193; ep., 212; wit., 
230 

Jacob., bp., 143 

Jan, wit., 106 

Lewis, negro, md., 206 

Margrietje, mo., 106* 

Mauritz, fa., 193; ep., 212* 

Mr., fa., 181 

Morris, wit., 295 

Samuel, fa., 87; bp., 87, 93 

Susannah, w., ep., 212 

Vereltje, bp., 146 
BE^HENT^\SH, Henrietta D., ep., 215 
DELANCY, James, Esq., md., 197 
DELANY, Margaret, md., 19^ 
DELAPLAINE (DE LAPLAINE), 
Eliz'", wit., 311 
Hannah, wit., 311 
Joseph (Jos.), wit., 307, 308, 
311*, 312 

Jo', Jun', wit., 311, 312 

Joseph M., wit., 312 

Nicholas (Nicolas), wit., 312, 313* 

Phebe, wit., 311 

Phila, wit., ?I3 

Sam', wit., 3t, *, •;i3, 314 

W"', wit., ^12 

W" B. (W. B.), v.-l., 312, 313 



DELAWARE [DILLAWER] RIVER, 
wrecks or drifts in, 395 

DELVORING [?], Joseph, wit., 328 
de Meyer (de Meyr), Nicolas, pltf., 
228* 
DEMOT [DEMOF?], Jacob, in cen., 

151 
Marritye, mo., 89 

DEN (DEEN), John, wit., 263 

John Mattock, md., 261 ; wit., 261 
Leah, wit., 261 
DENNIS (DENIS, DENISE, DENYS, 

DE NYS, DENYSZ), , 

md., 171 
, w. of Samuel, d., 269 



Abigail (Abigaell), wit., 250; b., 

269 
Amelia, bur., 162; dau., bp., igi 
Ann., mo., 159, 160 
Ann Maria, w. ep., 218 
Anthony, s., bp., 159, 192; fa., 198, 
202; husb. 200, 209*; ep., 212 
Belphame, bur., 201 
Benjamin, bp., 160, 161, 191, 194, 

195. 197. 198; bur., 161 
Benj. D., husb., 218 
Catharine, w., ep., 217 
Charles, fa., ep., 209* 
Clement, bp., 159, 198; mo., 160, 

161, 162, 163, 202; bur., 20i; 

ep., 209 
Elizabeth, bp., 159; mo., 209, 212; 

wit., 256 
Elizabeth Ann, md., 207 
Esther, w., ep., 210 
Femmetje, mo., 65; wit., 65, 83, 

93, 103, 104, 117 
Gordon, bp., 200; ep., 210 
Hannah, bp., 159, 202; md., 160; 

bur., 200; ep., 209, 212 
Hilah, mo., 207 
Increase (Increas), bp., 159, 162; 

bur., 162; w., ep., 217 ; wit., 245; 

dau. of Richard and Abigail 

Lippencott, d., 265; mo., 269 
Isaac, bp., 163, 166; bur., 164 
Jacob, husb., 159, 174; bp., 159; 

fa., 160, 161, 162, 163*, 166; 

Jr.,md., 181; fa., 182, 189, 192, 

195, 196, 198, 200; s., bp., 194; 

bur., 199; ep., 210*, 217; wit., 

263, 324; b., 269 
James S., bp., 163; ep., 209 
Jesse, ep., 212* 
John, bp., 195; ep., 217 
John Ellsworth, b. and bp., 207 
Joseph, Jr., bp., 189; s., bp., 190; 

husb., 206; ep., 210 
Lauretta, child, ep., 209 
Lewis, bp., 160 
Littleton, bp., 195 
Louisa, w., ep., 210* 
Margaret, bp., 159, 198 
Mary, bp., 196; mo., 200; bur., 

208; ep., 210; wit., 256, 324, 328 
Mary Louisa, baby, ep., 210 
Mercy, bp., igS 
Mrs., w., bur., 174 
Neeltje, mo., 65, 67, 70, 75, 76, 

118, 124; wit., 103 
Peter, attachment by, 233* 
Rachel, b., 269 
Samuel (Samuell), fa., 159, 160, 

269; bp., 160; s., bp., 182; ep.. 



211, 217; wit., 241, 243, 246; b. 

269; husb. of , 269 

Sarah, mo., 66; bp., 159 

Theophulous, child, ep , 212 

Thomas, bp., 197 

Mr. Timis, master, 173 

Widow, md., 189 

William, bp., 202 

WiUiam Henry, ep., 211 

Woodward, fa., 207 

Zibiahf (Zipeah), wit., 26ot; b., 

269 
Zilpha, bp., 206; w., ep., 210 
DENY, Anna, wit., 66 

Catharine, mo., 66, 67 
James, Jr., wit., 66 
DERNO(DERNA) [DERWO?], Cath- 
erine, in cen., 152 
Jacob, in cen., 152 
DE RIVEAUX, Jaques, wit., 136 
DERRISKILL, Dennis, fa., 191 
John, bp., 191 
Sarah, bp., 191 
DESBOURIERE, Mary, bp., 166 

Peter, fa., 166 
DEUILL, Mr., ment., 170 
DEVINE ['], John, md., 355; ref., 374 
DEWINE [?], John, md., 355; ref., 374 

DEWIRE, , ref., 374 

DEY (DEUY) (see also DAY and 
DYE), Andrew, bp., 170 
Angelina, bp., 182 
Catharina, mo., 1 18, 119; wit., 126; 

dau., bp., 187 
Dinah, md., 181 ; dau., bp., 188 
Hannah, mo., 188, 192, 194 
James, fa., 170, 173, 179, 187, 188*, 

190*; Jr., do., 182, 185 
John (Jan), bp., 100, 174; s. bp.. 

192 
Laurance, fa., 174 
Lewis, bp., 185 
Lydia, mo., 126, 127* 
Margaret, mo., 179, 188, 190 
Maria, mo., io2;godin., 114; wit., 

127, 131 
Mary, bp., 188 
Rebecca, bp., 194 
Sarah (Sara), mo., ico, 170, 173*; 

wit., 102, 118 
Simon, godf., 114 
WilUam, fa., 188, 190, 192, 194 
DICKERSON (DICKASON, DICER- 
SON), Hannah, wit., 275 
Joseph, wit., 275 
Joyce wit., 275, 280 
Rejoice, wit., 280 
Zebulon, md., 275; wit. 275, 280* 
DIEGO, negro, belonging to Mr. Jo- 
seph Throgmorton, Jr., bp., 177 
DIER, John, affirmation and age, 33 
DINAH, negro child, belonging to 
Mrs. Isabella Kearny, bp., 194 
DIRKMAN (DIRCKMAN, DICK- 
MAN), , w. of Hugh, d., 

265 
Elizabeth, b., 265 
Grace, wit., 241*; mo.. 265; w. of 

— ugh, 265 
Hugh, wit., 241*, 242, 243* 24s; 

fa., 265; husb. of , 265; 

— ugh, husb. of Grace d., 265 
Mary, wit., 242; b., 26"; 
DIRRICKSEN, Foulcar hinders in- 
gress to woods, 236 



424 



INDEX. 



DISOSWAY (DU SECOY, DU CE- 
COY, DUSWAY, DISSOWAY, 
DUSACHOY, DISACHAY.DU- 
SOSOY, DISAWAY, DISAS- 
WAY, DISSASWAY, DIS- 
SOSSWAY, DISSOSWAY, 
DESWAY, DESSWAY, DUE- 
SOS WAY, DUESOSSWAY, 
DUSOSWAY), Anna bp , 120 

Dina (Dyna), mo., 108*; wit., 135; 
in cen., 153 

Elisabet, mo., 135; in cen., 152 

Gabriel, cattle-mark, 31; bp., 73; 
wit., 108 

Israel, comr., 44*; wit., 66; fa., 120 

Job, receipt given for money paid 
to his father's, Mark's, estate, 
42; fa., 66 

Johannes, bp., 66 

Mark (Marcus), examined before 
court, 7*; s. of Mark, ment., 7; 
pllf., 12; ment., 21; index of 
name, 28, 29*; allusion to his 
estate, 41, 42; assr., 50, 51, 55; 
surv., 51 ; his house, lately Ben- 
jamin Britton's, 52 ; constable, 
56; fa., 73; Mark, Sr., in cen., 
154; Mark, Jr., in cen., 154 

Mary, in cen., 153 

Sarah, in cen., 153 

Susanna, wit., 1 11; in cen., 152* 
DIXON, Jane, bp., 185 
DIXONS, T-, col. and rec, 40 
DOBBS, Margaret, ep., 212 

Mrs., bur., 201 
DOGHERTY, Maria, bp., 130 

Thomas, fa., 130 
DOMMETT, John, wit., 259 
DOMNE, — oanna, wit., 282 
DONGAN (DONGHAN, DUNGAN), 
, his line, 46 

Colonel, his lower grist mill, ment., 
38 

Patrick, fa., 181* 

Richard, pet. 35; ment., 36; Mr. 
Richard, cattle-mark, 40 

Thomas, comr., 38 

Thomas, Col., late governor, 
ment., 13 

Walter, clerk, 31, 47; Mr. Walter, 
cattle-mark, 32 
DONLY, Mr. Philip, cattle-mark, 4 
DORCHESTER, ment., 265 
DORCRY, EUzabeth, bp., 191 

Mary, bp., 191 

William, fa., 191 
DORES, Sarah, md., 204 
DORLAND (DORLANT, DARLANT, 
DORLANDT, D O R L O N T, 
DURLAND, THORLAND, 
DORLAN) (see also under 
JOHNSON), Abraham, bp., 113 

Anthony, bp., 83 

Barber, in cen., 151 

Cornelius, cattle-mark, 37; wit., 
68; fa., 83 

Else (Elsje), wit., 95, 113, 129, 
136, 139; mo., 138*; in cen., 

153 
Eva, bp,. 113 
Geisbertje, wit., 146 
Harmintha, in cen., 153 
Harmpje, bp., 113 
Helena, mo., 88, wit., 113 
Isack, bp., 113 



DORLAND (DORLANT, DARLANT, 
DORLANDT, DORLONT, 
DURLAND, THORLAND, 
DOR LAN), John (Jan), fa., 
113*; self and w.. Barber, wit- 
nesses, 116; in cen., 151 j 

Joris, bp., 113 

Lambert (Lambart, Lambort), 
deft., 14*; fence alluded to, 20; 
assr., 22; index of name, 29; 
cattle-mark, 30; his land, 52; 
bp., 113; wit., 113*; in cen., 

151. 153 
Lena, godm., 138 
Magdalen, in cen., 153 
DORN, Bryant, md., 180 
DOROTHY, negro child belonging to 

Capt. Robert Troup, bp., 191 
DORSET (DORSETT), Catharine, 
wit., 333 
EUianor, mo., 333; w. of James, 

333; Elleanor, wit., 333 
Jacob E., b., 364; d., 364 
James, fa., 333; huSb. of EUianor, 
333; wit., 333; fa., 364*; d., 

364 
James, Jun', wit., 339 
James E., s. of James and EUianor, 

md., 333; wit., 333 
James L., b., 364 
Lydia, wit., 333, 339; mo., 364*; 

d., 364 

Sarah P. [?], b., 364 

William, wit., 333 
DOTHY, Widow, mo., 199 

William, s., bur., 199 
DOUBLEDAY, William, ear-mark, 

381 
DOUGHTY, Elyas, pltf., 227*; Mr., 

vendor of sheep, 235 
DOVE, Mrs., bur,, 180 
DOVER, Town of, Staten Island, 225 
DOUGAN (DOWGHAN, DOUGHAN, 
perhaps DRUGAN), Cornelius, 
s., bp., 173 
Daniel, bp., 179 
John, bp., 167 
Margaret, mo., 167 
Mary, bp., 169 

Patrick, fa., 167, 169, 173, 179 
DOWNES, Captain, ear-mark, 380 

Richard, exr., 392; wit., 395 
DOXY, Ralph, complaint against, 233* 

Tho., att'y of , 227 

DRAGO (DRAGAU, DRAGEAU, 
DRAGGO), Elizabeth, in cen., 

154 
John, in cen., 154 
Margrietje, bp., 137 
Mary (Marie), mo., 139, 140*, 



141 



in cen., 151 



Mr. Peter (Pierre), cattle-mark, 
42; do. vacant, 42; fa., 137; in 
cen., I '54* 
DRESGILL, Dennis, fa., 195 
Hannah, mo., 195 
Isabella, bp., 195 
Joseph, bp., 195 
DRIFT WHALES, ment., 395 
DRINKWATER (DRENKWATER), 
Elisabet, mo., 122*, 123, 145 
Hester, mo., 79 
Margreet (Margrietje), wit., 122; 

mo., 140* 
Nathanael, wit., 122 



DRINKWATER (DRENKWATER), 

Sara, mo., 127, 128 
DRUGAN [perhaps DOUGAN], Elea- 
nor, bp., 183 
Margaret, mo., 183 
Patrick, fa., 183, 185 
William, bp., 185 
DRULYET, Maria Magdalena, wit., 

99 
DRUMMOND, Bathsheba, wit., 337 

Bloomficld, wit., 341 

EHzabeth, wit., 315 

Elizabeth (Schrocder), ep., 218 

John, wit,, 291 

Robert, ep., 216 
DU BOIS (DEBAA, DE BOIS, DE 
BOY, DE BOYS, DUBOIS, 
DEBO), Charls, in cen., 150 

Esther, wit., 73 

Hester, mo., 58; in cen., 150 

Louis (Luis, Lewys, Lues, Lewis, 
Lowys, Lewes), promises land 
for a prison, 42; Lewis, Esq., 
comr., 44*; freeholder, 47; his 
house, 54; wit. and godf., 96; 
godf., 109; Louis, Jr., godf., 
109; fa., 121; wit., 137; in 
cen,, 150* 

Marguerite (Margreat), mo., 73; 
in cen., 150 

Maria, mo., 60, 61, 100, i4i[?], 
144 

Martha, mo., 137 

Samuel, bp., 121 
DU CHESNE (DE CHENE, DE 
CHESNE, DE JEEN, DE 
SCEEN, DE SKENE, DE- 
SHENE, DE SYEN, DOSHEN, 
DU CHENE, DUCHOSNE, 
DUE SEEN, DUGEEN, DU- 
SHAN, DUSHANE, DU 
SHEAN, DUSHEN, DU SHON, 
DU SIEN), Anna (Antie), wit., 
74; godm., 96 

Anthony (Antoin), cattle-mark, 
27*; bp., 74; in cen., 150, 

Catharina (Catherine), wit., 126; 
in cen., 150, 155 

Cornelius, bp., 74 

Francyntje (Francies), mo., 96*; 
in cen., 150 

Gerrit, wit., 74 

Hieronimus (Hierome), wit., 126, 
138 

Jannetje, wit., 103, 120; mo., 130 

Jerome (Jeroen, Jerom), assr., 
49*, 56; coll., 51; wit., 117; 
in cen., 150 

Catlina (Katteleyn), wit., 73, 117 

Magdalean, in cen., 150 

Maria, mo., 1 17 

Michael (Michiel, Machgyel, 
Michel, Makel), fa., 74*, 99; 
v/it., 74, 117, 119; godfa., 89; 
in cen., 150 

Sarah, mo., 57, 79*, 80*; in cen., 

155 
Valentine, assr., 51; his gate, 52; 
bp,, 99; in cen,, 152 
DUDINE, Mrs,, md., 168 
DUMONT, John Baptist, alluded to, 

148 
DUNCAN, Ehzabetn, md., 398,400 
DUNHAM, Azi, vit,, 306 
Content, m 1., 193 



INDEX. 



425 



DUNHAM, Manasseh, md., 199 

Thankful, bp., 197 

DULLERE, John, cattle-mark, 27* 

DU PUY, (DEPEY DEPRE, DE PU, 

DE PUE, DEPUE, DUPEY, 

DUPUE, DE PEUY, DUPUY 

[see also PUY], Aaron, bp., 122 

Barent (Barend), fa., 63, 87, 88, 

90, 141 '"" 

Catherine (Catharina), wit., log; 
bp., 121; mo., 126*, in cen., 

151 

Elizabeth (EHsabet), mo., 59, 
127; bp., 88; wit., 121, 131; 
in cen., 151 

Elsje, bp., 63 

John (Jan, Johannis, Johannes), 
deft., 9; indexed, 28; cattle- 
mark, 30 ; warrant for, 3 1 ; 
coll., 49; bp., 90, 121, 141; 
wit., 107, 130; self and wife 
wits., 109, 120; in cen., 151* 

Lena, mo., 130*, 131*; wit., 131 

Magdalene, in cen., 151 

Maria, mo., 94 

Martha, bp., 87 

Mattheus, bp., 121 

Moses, bp., 122 

N., comr., 48 

Nicolas (Nicolaas, Nicolus), wit., 
120, 126, 130, 132, 134; fa., 
121*, 122*; bp., 122; in cen., 

151 
Piternella (Peternel), mo., 86, 88, 

146; in cen., 151 
S., comr., 38 

Susanna, w. of Obadias Winht, 
wit., 66, 70, 120, 127*, 130; 
mo., 131*, 132; in cen., 151 
DUTCH WORDS and English equiva- 
lents, 57 
DUTCH CHURCH, Baptismal Record 

of Staten I''., 57 
DUTCH, y°, ment., 221* 
DUXBURY (DUXBUREY, DUSK- 
BURY, DUCKSBURY), Elias 
(EUius, Ellus, Elius, Elios), Mr., 
survey recorded, 20; allusion 
to fence, 20; justice, 42, 52; 
vestrym., 50; allusion to, 52; 
in cen., 155 
Ma., in cen., 155 
D\\^^ER, Richard, md., 197 
DYE [see also DEY and DAY], Ann, 
bp., 166 
■ Catharine, bp., 170 
Dinah, bp., 175 
Elizabeth, bp., 167 
Jacobus and his w., wits., 71 
James, in cen., 15b; fa., 166, 173; 

Jr., rod., 171'; Jr., fa., 15S, 175- 
.James Hance, caltlc-mark, 27; his 

barn, ment., 47 
Joseph, fa., 170 
Lawrence, fa., 167, 
Margaret, mo., 175 
Martha, mo., 170 
' Mary, bp., 158 
. Phebae, bp., 170*; dau., 173 
Sarah, nio., 166; 16/, 173 



E 



EAGLES, William, md., 190 
EAGLESFIELD (EAGLESFEILD), 
Anne, md., 397 
Elizabeth, wit., 397 
George, wit., 397 
EAR-MARK records, 379-381, 405- 

407 
EAR OF CORN, yearly rent, 386, 388, 

393 
EARLE, Edith, wit., 314 

Hannah, wit., 314 

Leah, wit., 314 

Santon, wit., 314 

Thomas, md., 314; wit., 314 

Thos, Jun'., wit., 314 
EARLY (EARLEY), Catharine, bp., 
166 

Elizabeth, bp., 166 

Mary, bp., 170 

Patrick, fa., 166, 170 
EAST HAMPTON, L. I., ment., 379*, 

394 • 
EASTLEEK, Alexander, bp., 178 
Alice, bp., 183 ^ 

John, fa., 173, 178, 182, 183; s., 

bp., 195*; bur., 198 
Mary, bp., 173 
Sarah, bp., 195 
Stephen, bp., 182, 195 

EATON (EATTON), , s. of 

Thomas and — erusha, d., 270 
Elizabeth, md., 278; wit., 286 
Jerusha (jerushah, Jeru — , — eru- 
sha), wit., 242, 245, 251, 258; 
mo., 270*; w. of Thomas, 270 
Joanna (Johanah), bp., 187; bur., 

197; wit., 260, 261, 264 
John, bp., 176; wit., 264; d., 270; 

b., 270; ep., 377 
Joseph, fa., 176, 181, 217*; md., 

189; wit., 284 286 
Lucy, mo., 217 

Mrs. Lydia, md., 174; wit., 282 
Margaret, bp., 176 
May hew, ep., 217 
Miss Sarah, md., 188; wit., 278, 

282, 284 
Thomas (Tho'), s.,bp., 181; wit., 
242; fa., 2 7o*;liusb. of Jerusha, 
d., 270; wit., 278, 295 
Thomas, S', wit., 278 
Vallariah, wit., 278 
William S., wit., 341 
EATONTOWN (EATON TOWN), 
ment., 218, 341, 358, 360*, 361*, 
362, 363*. 364,* 365, 369. 37 >. 
375 
EDA, negro girl, bp., 194 
EDDY (EDIE), Lucy H., wit., 328 

Mr., bur., 205 
EDGAR, s. (illegitimate) of Catharine 

Thompson, bp., 204 
EDGE, Gerard, wit., 260 
EDIFICE in centre of county to be 

erected, 52 
EDINFIELD, William, receipt for 

money, 41 
EDINGTON, Abigael, wit., 255 

Phillip, wit., 255 
EDMANS, Robert, ear-mark, 383 
EDMUNDS, John, deft., 383 
EDWARD, s. (illegitimate) of Rose 
Barley, bp., 175 



EDWARDS (EDDWARDS), Abiah, s. 
of Philip and Catharine, d., 270; 
b., 270 
Abigail, wit., 307, 310, 320, 326, 

327 

Brittain, wit., 324 

Catherine (Cottron, Catharine), 
wit., 259, 263, 276; mo., 270* 

Elizabeth, mo., 161; b., 270; wit., 
276, 277, 278; md., 280 

Ephraim, ear-mark, 382; land 
grant, 393*; wit., 399 

James, ear-mark, 394 

Margaret, wit., 290 

Mary, b., 270; wit., 280; md., 
286 

Naomi (Naomy), wit., 254, 256*; 
dau. of Philip and Catharine, 
b., 270 

PhiUp, fa., 161, 270*; bp., 161; 
bur., 161; ep., 211; wit., 259, 
262, 278; b., 270; md., 278 

Rebeca, wit., 254 

Stephen, wit., 307, 309 

Ubiah, wit., 256 

Webley (Welby), b., 270; wit., 
280, 286, 287 
EEDES, Nicolas, juryman, 237 
EGBERT (AGBORT, ECBERS, ECK- 
BURTT, EGBARSE, EGBART, 
EGBARTSE, EGBERBSE, 
EGBERSEN, EGBERTS, EG- 
BERTSE, EGBERTSEN, EG- 
BERTZEN, EGGBERT, EX- 
BERSEN, ECKBARTT, EG- 
BERTSZ), Abraham, cattle- 
mark, 46; fa., 63*, 100, 144; 
b. and bp., 63; bp., 88, 96, 124; 
s., bp., 167 

Antye, bp., 87 

Barent, bp., 86 

Benjamin, bp., 86 

Catharina (Catrina), wit., 125*; 
bp., 144 

Egbert, fa., 96* 

EUzabeth (EUsabet), bp., 63, 125, 
144 

Henry, in cen., 151 

Hester, bp., lOO 

Isaac, bp., 96 

Jacques (Jacus, Jacobus), fa., 66, 
67, 70, 73. 76, 86, 87, 118, 119, 
124, 125, 144; wit., 126, 136 

John (Johannes, Johnnes), bp., 
63, 66, 96, 146, 176; fa., 167, 

171. 179 
LaiJrens, bp., 67 
Margaret, mo., 171, 176 
Maria, mo., 60, 61, 123, 125; bp., 

118 
Nicholas, bp., 70 
Peter, bp., 73 
Susanna, bp., 76, 97 
Tunis (Teunis, Theunis, Teunes), 

cattle-mark, 26; comr., 36, 38; 

assr., 49; supervisor, 51*, 55*, 

56; self and w., wits., 63; wit., 

71, 126; fa., 86, 88, 97, 130, 146; 

godf., 96; bp., 119, 130 
William, bp., 171, 179 
EGG HARBOR, ment., 172, 223, 385, 

388. 395 
EGMONT (EGMOND), Altjc, bp., 80 
ChristoflFcl, bp., 82 



426 



INDEX. 



EGMONT (EGMOND), ComeUs, surv., 
46, 56; fa., 80, 81*, 82; wit., 
103, 105* 
Femmetje, bp., 8i 
Zeger, bp., 81 

ELBERTSEN (ELBERTSE, EL- 
BERTS), Elbert, cap', just., 
226; Mr., Just., 230; Just., 231; 
complaint against, 232 

ELDRED, Sarah D., wit., 341 

ELDRIDGE (ELDREDGE, EL- 
DRIDG, ELDRIGE), Ezekiel, 
grand jur., 381 ; assr., 382; wit., 
386, 388*, 397*, 399; appr., 

389 
Samuel, ear-mark, 380, 406*; wit., 

388, 397, 399 
Sarah, wit., 397, 399 
William, ear-mark, 384 
— kell, ear-mark, 405 
ELFE, John, test., 381; will of, 382 
ELIZABETH, negro servant of Mrs. 

Forraan, bp., 165; child bp., 

173*; mo., 175*; negro bp., 177 
ELLENS, Charles, fa., 81 

Johannes, bp., 81 
ELLIS (ELLES, ELEZEN, ELIS 

ELLIES, ELLISESN, ELS, 

ELSE), Aagtje (Egye), bp., 62;, 

wit., 84 
Abraham, bp., 147 
Catharina (Cattriena), bp., 62; 

mo., 84, 86, 88; wit., 98 
Cornelius, bp., 62; wit., 84; fa., 

88 
Geesje, wit., 62 
Mr. Garret, cattle-mark, 40; fa., 

147 
Hendrak (Hendrikje), wit., 81 

105; mo., 103*; in cen., 151 
Maria, bp., 59 
Sarah, bp., 62, 88; mo., 98; wit. 

98, 100, 145, 2S4 
Sebastian (Baste Jan, Bastejan, 

Bastjaen, Bastiah) fa., 59, 62*; 

wit., 66, 67, 71, 74, 86, 88, 102, 

105*, 115, 14s; in cen., 151 
ELLISON (ELESON), Elizabeth, wit., 

-53 
John, wit., 291 
Thomas, md., 192 
ELSEWART, Antje, bp., 144 
Mareitje, bp., 144 
Wellim, fa., 144 
ELSTON, Elizabeth, joins husb., W", 
in conveyance, 16 
William, sells land to Robert 
Wright, 16; buys land, 19; 
cattle-mark, 24 
EMMONDS (EMMONS, EMANS), 
Abraham, bp., 175; fa., 179, 
182, 187* 
Ann, bp., 179 
Isaac, bp., 175; fa., 192* 
Jane, mo., 192 
John, bp., 182 ;jur., 230; cons., 

234; wit., 238 
Margaret, mo., 175, 182, 187 
EMBREE, Lawrence, wit., 313*, 314 

Phebe, wit., 330, 311, -532 
EMLEY (IMLEY, lUhAY), Mary, 
wit., 314, 327, 330, 331* 
Sam', Jun% wit., 298 
ENGER, Anne, in cen., 151 
Charles, in cen., 151 



ENGER, Cristine, in cen., 151 
John, in cen., 151 
Tise, in cen., 151 
ENGLAND, ment,. 213, 214, 221, 383, 

387, 388 
ENGLAND, NEW, ment., 265; Old, 

265; N. [New], 274, 372 
ENGLEBERTS' house, S4 
ENGLISH CHURCH, 46 
ENGLISH, William, md., 20S 
EPITAPHS, Christ Church, Shrews- 
bury, N. J., records of, 208-219 
ERICHSON, Lydia, bp., 190 
Margaret, mo., 190 
Thomas, md., 188; fa., 190 
ERVIN (Arvin, Arven, Ervant), Anne, 
in cen., 150* 
Daniel, cons., 51; in cen., 150* 
John, in cen., 150* 
Peter, in cen., 150 
ESCORD, Andre, fa., 79* 
Daniel, wit., 69 
Esther, bp., 79; wit., 79 
Maria, bp., 79 
ESHILE, Joseph, fa., 165 
Margaret, bp., 165 
Mary, mo., 165 
ESOPUS (YSOPES), minister from, 

80, 131 
ESTELE, WilHam, md., 203 
EVANS, Hugh, wit., 309 

William, ear-mark, sold to Elias 
Gandy, 405* 
EVAUX, Agnes, bp., 194 

Benard, fa., 194 
EVELETH (EVALATH), John, husb. 
of Mary, 352 
Mary, dau. of Joseph and "Cla- 
rinda" White, niece of Benja- 
min White, and widow of John, 
d., 352 
EVERINGHAM (EVERINGHIM), 
Amey, mo., 172 
John, bp., 172 
Joseph, fa., 172 
Joseph D,, wit., 329 
EVERSE, Mathias and w., wits., 59 
EVESSON, Geraldine, w., ep., 211 
Martin V. B., husb., ep., 211 
EXECUTION, John, negro servant, 

166 
EXCEEN (E-XCEN), Mary, md., 159 
Wm., wit., 262 



F.\AS, Jannetje, wit., 81, 103 
PACKER, Catharina, bp., 68 

Tohan Hcnrich, fa., 68 
FAIRVIEW CEMETERY, ment., 365, 

372* 
FALKENBORGH, Maria, mo., 61 
FALKNER (FORTNER.FAUTHER), 

Edward, wit., 261, 275* 
FALMOUTH, FALLMOUTH, town 

of, 384* 
FARMER (FARMAR, FFARMAR, 

PHARMER), Catherine, in cen., 

153 
Mary, in cen., 153 
Nansie, in cen., 152 
Thomas, just., 49; birth and age, 

149; in cen., 154 
FARROW, John, md., 192 



FARROW, Susannah, md., 184 
FARRY, DeHa, G., w., 218 

Edward, s., ep., 213*; husb., 218 

Eva Z., child, ep., 218 

John H., fa., 218 

Rebecca, mo,, 213 

Rebecca H., w., ep,, 218 
FELMORE, Christian, md., 186; fa., 

190. 195 

David, bp., igo 

Jacob, bp., 190 

Margaret, mo., 190, 195 

Moses, bp,, igs 
FENNIL (FENNEL), Jane, mo., 175 

John, md., 174; fa., 175* 
FENNYMORE (FINEMORE, FIN- 
NEMORE), Edith, dau., bp., 
171 

John, md., 193 

Thomas, fa., 162; bp,, 162 
FENOAY, John, cattle-mark, 25 
FENTON, Ann, bp., 167 

Charlotte, bp., 203 

John, bur., 168; fa., 203 

Margaret, mo., 167 

Sarah, mo., 203 

Thomas, fa., 167 

William, bp., 167 
FERRIL (FERREL), James, fa., 178, 
180, 182* 

Jane, bp., 178 

John, md., 195 

Mary, mo., 178; dau., 180 
FERRINGTON, Abr", wit., 293 
FERRY, Capt. Billop's, 53 
FETETO, Hieronimus, bp,, 126 

Stieven, fa,, 126 
FFOOLY, Jacob, ment,, 35 
FIALAN, Daniel, bp., 59 

Henry, fa,, 59 
FICHIT, Efi, in cen., 153 

Elisabeth, in cen., 153 

James, in cen 153* 

John, in cen., 153 

Sany, in cen., 153 

Sarah, in cen., 153* 
FIDO, Geo,, ex, against, 228 

Richard, non-service of ex. against, 
2^6 
FIELD, Elizabeth, wit,, 261 

John, wit., 261 

Joseph, wit., 292 

Mary, wit., 324 

Mercy, wit., 278 

Susannah, wit,, 256 

Thomas, wit,, 257 
FIELDER, Rice, md., 188 
FINCH, Charlotte A., w., ep., 211* 

George, ep., 209 

Hannah B., b., 371; d., 371 

Hannah B. W., d., 366; mo., 371*; 
d., 371 

Harry, fa., 371 

Henry, minister in Shrewsbury, 
157*; ep., 211*, 219 

Mar>', wit., 342 

Richard, s. of Harry, rector 
Episcopal Church, 371; fa., 

371* 
Richard Thomas, b., 371; d., 371 
Robert White, b., 371; d., 371 
Thomas Cook, b., 371; d., 371 
Willie, s., ep., 211 
W™ Young, b., 371 
FINGLE, John, pltf., 7 



INDEX. 



427 



FIRMAN, Jno., adm. on will of, 
granted, 229; est. of, bonds- 
man discharged, 230 

Josias, non-service of ex. against, 
236 

Mary, widdow of John, admrx., 
229 
FISH, Elisabeth, wid., 391; intestate, 
396; inventory of goods, 404 

John, marriage agreement, 379; 
jur., 380, 384; delator, 382; 
huslj., 391 ; discharged of bond, 

399* 

Martha, dau., 379 

Mary, w., 399 

Sara., wit., 235 
FISHER, Anne, mo., 85 

Avicia, mo., 167* 

Hannah, bp., 167 

John, fa., 167* 

Sarah, bp., 167 

William, wit., 250 

Zephania, bp., 167 
FITZ-RANDOLPH (FITCH -RAN- 
DOLPH, FITCHRANDEL, 
FITZRANDOLPH, FITCH- 
RANDOLPH) (see under RAN- 
DOLPH), Edward, wit., 278 

Edward, Jr., wit., 278 

Elizabeth, wit., 278* 

Desire, wit., 255 

Hannah, mo., 173 

Isaac, bp., 173* 

Jane, wit., 255 

John, wit., 255 

Joseph, wit., 255 

Mary, bp., 173 

Nathaniel, md., 255; wit., 255, 
27S 

Richard, md., 278; wit., 278 

Samuel, wit., 255, 278 
FLATBUSH (FLAT BUSH, FFLAT 
BUSH), cons, of, 230*, 231*, 
232, 234; inhabitants of, com- 
plaint against, 233; inhabitants 
of, order to observe award, 233; 
inhabitants of, constable and 
overseers to decide differences, 
233; differences concerning 
bounds, 2 38 
FLATLANDS (FLAT LANDS), cons., 
230*, 231*, 234; complaint of 
inhabitants, 233*; juryman for, 

234 
FLECHER, Tho», Jurf, wit., 309 
FLEMING, John, md., 201 
FLINN, Catharine, bp., 201 

Charity, mo., 201 

Peter, fa., 201 
FLOOD, Nicholas, md., 205 
FLUSHING, ment., 232, 235, 365 
FOLKERTZEN, Folkert, wit., 131 
FOLWELL, EUzabeth, wit., 280 

John, wit., 281 

William, rad., 2S0; wit., 280 
FORBES, John, minister in Shrews- 
bury, 157; ment., 159*; ep., 219 
FORCE, Mar>tje, bp., 70 
FORD (FOORD, FFOORD), Anne, 
in cen., 155 

Charles, in cent., 155 

Elisabeth, in cen., 155 

Margaret, v\-it., 301 

Mary, in cen., 155 

Oswald, in cen., J55* 



FORD (FOORD, FFOORD), Sarah, in 
cen., 155 
WilUam, in cen., 155* 
FORMAN (FOREMAN), (see also 
FIRMAN), Andrew, md., 193 
Ann, bp., 164; bur., 172; wit., 

333 

Benjamin, b., 271 

Catharine, bp., 181 

Charytee, wit., 397 

CorneUus, wit., 333 

David, wit., 338 

Denise, bp., 186; bur., 205 

Denise J., fa., 200 

Elizabeth, mo., 200; b., 271 

Emeline, bp., 200 

Euphemia, bur., 206 

James, bp., 169; bur., 172 

Jane, mo., 164, 169; mistress, 171; 
w., 172*; dau., 179 

Mr. John, fa., 164, 169, 172, 179, 
181, 1S6, 190, 194; bp., 167; 
bur., 170, 201; s., 187* 

John D., wit., 338 

John F. T., wit., 338 

John S., wit., 333 

Jonathan, fa., 167, 173, 181; s., 
bp., 178*; bur., 184; ear-mark, 
379, 406; grand jur., 381 ; plant- 
er, 387; overseer, 390; husb., 
211; appr., 403, 404 

Margaret, bp., 173 

Mary, md., 164, i68;bp., 181, 194; 
wit., 249, 255; mo., 271 

Rebecca, bur., 202; b., 271 

Richard T., wit., 338 

Samuel, bp., 190; wit., 318 

Sarah, mo., 167, 173, 178*, 181; 
wid., ep., 211 

Thomas, md., 196; wit., 256; fa., 
271 

Mrs. Urcilla, ment., 165 

Widow, servant of, 177 
FORTISCUE (FORTESKUE), Rich- 
ard, wit., 394; ear-mark, 406 
FORTUNE, negro servant of Mr. 

Leonard, 169 
"FORTURIAN," negro servant of 

Tunis Dennis, 173 
FOSTER (FOSTAR, FORSTER), Ed- 
ward, ear-mark, 381 

Mary, md., 394 

Nathaniell, ear-mark, 406 

Reuben, md., 174 

Samuell, ear-mark, 382 
FOUNTAIN (FOUNTAINE, FOUN- 
TEN, FOUNTIN.FOUNTINE), 
Antje, bp., 79 

Anthony (Antony, Antoni), age 
and evidence of, 7; test, and 
age, 8; pltf., 12*; name in- 
dexed, 29*; fa., 7.i, 79, 84*; 
bp., 84 

Cornelius, bp., 72 

Hannah, in cen,, 152 

Johannis, bp., 84 

Maragrietye, bp., 84 

Nancy, mo., 58 

Sonson [Vinson?], in cen., 150 

Vincent (Vinson), cattle-mark, 27; 
assr., 50, 51; in cen., 152 
FOWLER, Andrew, minister in Shrews- 
bury, 157, 200*; ep., 219 
FOX, George, ment., 240* 
FRANCIS, negro child, bp., 177 



FRANCIS (FRANCES, FRANSES), 
Adonija, dau., bp., 177 
Allen, bp., J77 
Miss Catharine, md., 181 
EUzabeth, bp., 185 
Euphcma, bp., 184 
James, bp., 180; bur., 194 
John, bp., 176; fa., 177 
Letitia, bp., 165; md., 1S9 
Margaret, bp., i68; adult bp., 

185 
Mary, mo., 177; dau., bur., 178 
Mr., fa., 165, 168 
Rachel, bp., 171 
Mr. Richard, fa., 171, 176, 178, 

180, 194 
Sarah, mo., 165, 168, 171, 176, 

194* 
Thomas, bur., 196 
Valeria, bp., 185 
bur., 185 



FRANKFORT, ment., 339, 368 
FRANKLIN, B., husb., 216 
Rev. Benjamin J., ep., 219 
Emma., w., ep., 216 
Walter, wit., 308 
FRAZEE, John, md., 364 
FRAZER, Stephen, md., 193 
FREEHOLD, ment., 166, 167, 169, 
171, 174-195. 196*, 199-204, 
260, 271, 338; church, ment., 
176, 177, 185; "Coimty of," 
ment., 255; Upper, 291 
FREEMAN, Mr. Eemardus, minister. 
Long Island, 65, 78, 80, 81, 82, 
96, 98, 103, 109, 114, 115, 132, 
138 
FFREES, James, fa., 158 

Patience, bp., 158 
FRENCH, Abigal, bp., 172 
Ann, bp., 180 

John, cattle-mark, 24; fa., 172 
Mary, md., 176; wit., 249 
Samuel, bp., 184 
Thomas, fa., 184; wit., 248 
Thomas, Jr., md., 248, 249 
FRESH-KILL, ment., 42, 52, 53 
FRIENDS' CEMETERY, ment., 366 
FROST, John, bur., i6i husb., 195 
Robert, fa., 138 
Usselton, bp., 138 



GABRIEL, negro child, p., 177 
G.^BRY, Timothy, deft., 226 
GALLAGHER, John, wit., 3^4 
GALLAUDET (GULLEDET, GAEL- 
LEDET), EUsee, fa., 99 

Esther, bp., 99 

Maria, wit., 87 
GALLOT [perhaps GALBOT, see under 

GILBERT] 
GALLOWAH, Dennis, md., 182 
GAM.\GE, Jane, bp., 197 

John, bur., 198 
CANDY, Elias, ear-mark, 405 

Thomas, ear-mark, 380; wit, 383, 

392 
GANG, Anthony, bp., 183 
Henry, bp., 183 
John, fa., 183 
Matthias, bp., 183 
Sarah, bp., 183 



428 



INDEX. 



GAiNO (GINO, GAINEAU. GUIN- 
EAU, ^ JENANAUE, JENO, 
JENOUE), Catherine, in cen., 
150, 153 

Daniel (Diniel), in cen., 153, 154 

Eliner, in cen., 153 

Francies, in cen., 153 

Gino, in cen., 150 

James, in cen., 153, 154 

John, in cen., 154 

Lidy, in cen., 153 

Louis (Lewes), fa., 120; in cen., 

154 
Nealthe, in cen., 153 
Stephen (Steven, Seven, Estienne), 

killed a boar, S; in cen., 151, 

153 
Susanna (Susana, Susan), bp., 

120; in cen., 150*, 153 
GARIT, Jacob, assr., 21 
GARCOT, Jacob, cattle-mark, 25 

GARDINER (GARDNER,GARNER), 
Hannah, wit., 261, 276, 277 

Josiph, wit., 261, 262 

Katharine, wit., 262 

Richard, wit., 276, 277 

Sarah, wit., 262 
GAREAU, Jean, wit., 130 
GARLAND, Jnc, deed., horses be- 
longing to, 238 
GARLICK, Hannah, md., 386 

John, ear-mark, 391, 398, 406 

Joshua, weaver, 394; ear-mark, 
406 
GARRIGIN (GARRIGINS), Ann J., 
wit., 326 

Hannah, wit., 327 
GARRISON (GARISON, GARAT- 
SON, GARESON, GARETSON, 
GARRITZEN, GAROSANE, 
GARRITSON, GARRTZEN, 
GERRESEN, GERRISON, 
GERRITSE, GERRITZEN, 
GERRITSZEN, GERRITS, 
GERRITSZ, GEERETSON, 
GERRETSE, GERRITZE, 
GERRITSEN, GERRITSON), 
Aaltje, wit., 118 

Abraham, bp., 120, 145 

Annaetje (Anaatye), mo., 72, 84* 

Antje, mo., 66 

Aiilchie, bp., 147 

Blandina, bp., 123 

Catharina (Catherin), wit., 120, 
121, 135; in cen., 154 

Charles, land, 44; fa, 81; bp., 81; 
in cen., 154 

Christopher, assr., 49; bp., 71 

Cornelius, fa., 84 

Daniel, bp., 84, 119; in cen., 155 

Deborah, md., 395 

Elizabeth (EHsabet), mo., 60, 74*, 
100, 142, 144; wit., 86, 122, 

124, 127, 137, 392; IJP-. 120 
Grietye, wit., 119 
Hendrick, comr., 36 
Hester, wit., 100 
Isaac, fa., 71; in cen., 155 
Jacob, cattle-mark, 23; in cen., 

iSS^.w'it., 392 
Jannetye, mo., loi 
John (Johannes), Johanais, Jan, 

Mr. John), assr., 16; cattle- 



mark, 23; wit., 84, 146; fa., 
89, 147; bp., 122 

Lambert (Lambard), wit., 47; 
vestrym., 50; comr., 50; sheriff 
and on committee, 52; present 
high sheriff, his land ment., 54; 
fa., 119; bp., 119; Lambert, 
Jr., fa., 120*; bp., 122; wit., 
129; in cen., 151*, 152, 153, 
154; Lambert, younger, in 
cen., 154, 155, 156 

Leah, wit., 94 

Magdalena, bp., 120 

Maragrietye, bp., 8g 

Mary, md., 392 

Nicholas (Nicolas, Nicklaes, Nico- 
laes), wit., 79, 122; bp., 120, 
121, 122*; fa., 121, 123, 142, 
145; in cen., 155 

Rem., jur. 384; landbuyer, 388 

Seaker (Seger, Segar, Zeger), 
supervisor, 21*, vrit., 62, 74, 
79, 81, 95, 103; bp., 122, 142; 
in cen., 155 

Stoffel, sup v., 50 

Susanna, mo., 86, 88, loi, 147; 
bp. 122; wit., 129, 144; in cen., 

154* 
Win., jur., 232 
Yannetye, mo., 100 
GARWOOD, Jane, wit., 246 
John, wit., 246 
Thomas, md., 246; wit., 246 
GASPER, Francis, md., 197 
GAUDU, John, ep., 214 
GENDRON, Magdelaine, mo., 99 
GEORGE, Brinthe, in cen., 151 
Catharine, in cen., 151 
Elizabeth, in cen., 151 
Hendrike, in cen., 151 
Martha, in cen., 151 
Mary, in cen., 151 
WilUam, ment., 21; his land, 53; 
col., 55; in cen., 151 
GEREREY [GERECY?], John, in 

cen., 155 
GERMENTOWN, ment., 3S2 
GERREBRANS (GAREBRANTZ, 
GARREBRANT, GARRI- 
BRANSE, GERBRANTS, 
GERBRANTSZ, GERR- 
BRATS, GERRTBRASTE), 
Christian, fa., 89 
Elener, mo., 63 
Ehzabeth, bp., 102 
Frans (Frances, Francs, France), 
fa., 60, 102, 143, 148; wit., 83; 

bp-, 143 
Neeltye (Nailtie), bp., 89, 148 
Daniel, bp., 60 
GET, Mary, in cen., 151 
GIBB, Andrew, pltf., 232 
GIBBERT, Elizabeth, wit., 258 
GIBSON, James, bur., 160 
GIFFORD (GIFFARD), Ananias, bp., 
181 
Ann, bp., 173 
Anna, bp., 178 
Deborah, md., 162, 193 
EUzabeth, wit., 243, 245 
Hannah (Hannaiah, Hananiah), 
w., 173; mo., 181; md., 193; 
wit., 241, 243 
Joseph, bp., 173; fa., 178 



GIFFORD (GIFFARD), Joshua, husb., 
bp., 173*; fa., 181 
Mary, wit., 339 
Rachel, md., 198 
Rebecca, md., 192 
WilUam, bp., 173 
Zilpha, md., 193 
GILBERT (GALBUT [GALLOT?]), 
Aritus, in cen., 153 
Dorcas, in cen., 153 
Jacob, in cen., 153 
Margreat, in cen., 153 
GILLESPIE, Annie G., w., ep., 218 
Geo. De H., fa., ep., 218; church 

builder, 219 
George W., s., ep., 218 
John Clark, s., ep., 218* 
Mary A., mo., 218 
GILLIAM, Mr., m.inister on S. I., 65 
GILLING, Patrick, md., 174 
GILLINGHAM, Sarah L., wid. of 
Yeomans, d., 368 (mo. of Eliza 
G. WilUams) ; w. of Yeamans, 
ep., 376 
Yeomans (Yeamans), husb., 368, 
376 
GILLPATRICK, Ann. bp, 158; mo., 
158, 161 
Frances, bp., 161 
Thomas, fa., 158, 161 
GINGI, Anna A., ep., 208 
Francis, fa., 208 
Helen, mo., 208 
GISBERTS (GISBERTSEN, GIZS- 
BERSON), Lubbart, ear-mark, 

379 
Woiiter, cons., 234; pet. of, 236 
GITHENS, CaroUne Morford, w., ep., 
210* 
John, ep., 210* 
Mary W., dau., ep., 210 
GITON, Louis (Lowis), cons., 22; free- 
holder, 47 
GLASCOW, Jannetje, mo., 68, 70, 124; 

wit., 120 
GLEAN, Mary, md., 179 
GLEAVE, Marya, wit., 81 
GLEBE LAND, ment., 37 
GLOUCESTER, ment., 201 
GLOVER, Fanny, wit., 339 
Mary, wit., 338 
Sarah, wit., 339 
GOAR, John, cattle-mark, 40 
GODET, Ameha, w., ep., 215* 
Henry H., fa., ep., 215* 
James W., ep., 215 
GODFREY (GODFROY, GODEF- 
FRY), Andrew, ear-mark, 406 
Benjamin, meeting at house of, 
378; Just., 387; deft., 396; 
ment., 397*; wit., 399 
Cesar, wit., 399 
GOLD, John (Jan), fa., 76, 124; bp., 
124 
Marytje, bp., 76 
GOLDEN (GOLDIN, GOLDING, 
GOULDEN, GOLDER), Abra- 
ham (Abram), and w., wits., 
80; in cen., 150 
Anna (.\ne), in cen., 150* 
Deborah, dau., 399 
John, in cen., 152 
Joseph, in cen., 150; wit., 383; 

fe-, 399 
William, grand jiu-., 381; land- 



INDEX. 



429 



buyer, 3S8*; wit., 388; appr., 
401, 402 
GOMBAULD (GOMBOLD, GUM- 
BAULD), Ann Francis, md., 
188; wit., 298 

Miss Magdlene, md., 193 
GOODLUCK, ment., 177* 
GOODWIN (GOODIN), Franklin, ep., 
214 

Thomas, ear-mark, 380, 405; jur., 
384; debtor, 3S9; intestate, 396 
GOOING, Thomas, legatee, 382 
GOOSE (GOOS [GOOP?]), John, ear- 
mark, 406* 
GORDON (GORDIN), Agisyles, bp., 
167 

Andrew, fa., 167 

Ann, bp., 178 

As Reskerrick, bm-., 167 

Charles, wit., 255 

Elizabeth, md., 164 

John, fa., 178 

Lydia, wit., 255 

Margaret, mo., 167; md., 193 

Sarah, bp., 178 

Thomas, fa., 167; s., bp., 178 

William, bp., 178 
GORTA [see JURTA] 
GOWAN (GOWEN, GEWAN. 
GOUNS, GOWIN), Elisabet, 
mo., 137 

Jannetje (Jenne), mo., 139*, 143 

Margrietje, mo., 143 

William, wit., 259 
GOWANES, jurjTn., 234 
GR.\H.A.M, Col., his mill ment., 50 
GRAIMES, Austin, in cen., 151* 

James, in cen., 151 

Jane, in cen., 151 

Jasebell, in cen., 151 
GRALIN, Abalon, md., 182 
GRAMEAUX [see DE GRAMEAUX] 
GR.\NDINE (GRANDIN and perhaps 
GRONDIN), Amos, fa., 158 

Daniel, md., 171; fa., 174, 175 

Eleanor, mo., 185, 195* 

Jane, bp., 185 

Mary, bp., 175; dau., bp., 181 

Mr., bur., 189 

Patience, mo., 158 

Philip, fa., 181, 185, 195 

Sarah, bp., 158; mo., 174, 175 

William, bur., 168; s. bp., 174 
GRAND JURY, Cape May, dinner 
K"-- allowed them, 384 
GRANT, Ann, w., bp., 200*; mo., 203 

Catharine, bp., 203; ep., 213* 

Edmund, B. T., ep., 213 

Edward, fa., 213* 

Elizabeth, dau., ep., 213 

John, husb., 200*; fa., 203 

Martha, bur., 202; ep., 213 

Martha Wait, bp., 200 

Thos. Waker, bp., 200 
GRASET, Samuel, cattle-mark, 30 
GRAVESEND, Court of Sessions, 226, 

230, 231, 233, 237; church 
affairs, etc., 227; cons., 230*, 

231, 234; jurym. for 234; liber- 
ties of, 236; inhabitants of, 237, 
239; bounds of, 237; ment., 267, 
269, 388 

GRAY, Abraham, fa., 64 
Ann, md., 206 
Henry, deft., 381* 



GRAY, Isaac, bp., 64 
GREAT EGGE HARBOR, cons, ap- 
pointed for, 381* 
GREAT KILL, ment., 53 
GREAT KREEK, boundary, 395 
GREAT SWAMP, ment., 46 
GREEN (GREAN), Ann, w., 212 

EHzabeth (EUzth.), wit., 321, 326* 

George, pays bond, 47; assr., 51; 
in cen., 152, 155 

Henry, wit., 321, 326*; husb., 376 

Genl. James, ep., 212* 

John, in cen., 155 

Mary, w., ep., 212; wit., 326 

Thomas, in cen., 155 

\Vm., husb., 212* 
GREENE CREEK, ment., 396 
GREENOCK, ment., 218 
GREENWORD, ment., 366; Ceme- 
tery, -^69, ^71 
GREAR [see GREEN] 
GREGGS, Anna, bp., 131 

John, bp., 131 

Maria, bp., 131 

Martinus, bp., 130 

Pietemelle, bp., 130 
GRIFFITH, Benjd., wit., 255 

Catharine, mo., 169 

Mary, bp., 169 

Samuel, fa., 169 
GRIGGS (GRIGS, and probably 
GREGGS), Elizabeth, bp., 177 

Jane, mo., 177 

John, fa., 177, i8i; wit., 22S*; 
jurym., 232 

Margaret, bp., 181 

Thomas, fa., 130*, 131*; wit., 131 
GRIMES (QRINES), Ann, bp., 172 

Jen, cattle-mark, 23 

Mary, mo., 172 

Richard, fa., 172 
GRINNELL, Cornelius, wit., 339 
GRINSLED, John, bp., 176 
GRINTEE, John F., bur., 205 
GRISCO.M, Eliza G. WiUiams, mo., 

367 
GROENFELD, Peter, deft., 15 
GRONDAIN (GRONDIN, perhaps, 
GRANDINE), John Qean), 
comr., 36; cattle-mark, 47; 

fa., 73 
Mr. Lewis, s. of John, cattle-mark, 

47 
Peter, bp., 73 
GRONES [?], James, md., 262; wit., 

262 
Martha, wit., 262 
GROOTS [see DE GROOTS] 
GROVER (GROUERS, GREUER, 

GROUER, GRUER), James, 

patentee, 220; wit., 259, 261, 

284, 308, 312, 314 
Lydia, wit., 312, 314 
Mary, wit., 259, 261, 279, 284, 

308, 316, 317, 3:8, 319* 
Sylvanus (Silvanus, Silvenious), 

wit., 299, 308, 315, 317, 318, 

319* 
Valeriah, dau. of Robart and Mir- 
riam Tilton, d., 347 

GUEST, Henry, md., 176 

GUILYARD, John, intestate, admin- 
istration granted, 396 

GUY, Elizabeth, md., 192 



GUYON (GEYOUNG, GEYON, JE- 
YOUNG, JEYOUND), Capt 
Daniel, cattle-mark, 34 

Jacob (Jacobus), pltf., 3*, 10, 15*; 
Mr., assr., 16, 17; name in- 
dexed, 28*, 29*; obtains war- 
rants, 31* 

Jacques (Jacob, Jacobus, James), 
pltf., 12, 14; in cen., 152 



H 



HADDONFIELD, ment., 360 
HADLY, Joseph, deft, 229 

Hagar, colored servant of Capt. 

Osbume, bp., 175; free negro, 

191 

HAGEWOUT (HAGEEWOUYT, 
HAAGEEWOUYT, HAAGE- 
WOTS, HAAGEWOUT, HAGE- 
WORTH, HAGEWUT, 
HAUGHWOUT, HAUG- 
WOUT, HEGEWOUT, HOGE- 
WOUT, HOOGHWOUT, 
HOUGH WOUT), Aaltje (Ael- 
tie), mo., 66, 69, 118; godm., 
92; wit., 107, 117, 118, 135; 
bp., 117; in cen., 151 

Abram, in cen., 151 

Annaetye, bp., 102 

Catrina, wit., 58; mo., 60 

Daniel, bp., 63, 147 

Derckie (Dirkje, Dirike), bp., 96, 
132; in cen., 151 

Egbert (Van Egbert), fa., 63, 96; 
his wid., wit., 72, 87, 91 ; 
godf., 92; bp., 132; in cen., 
151* 

Geertie (Geertruy, Geertje, Geer- 
truyd, Geortroy), wit., 91, 115; 
mo., 117, "8. 119; bp., 132; 
in cen., 151 

Grietye, bp., 91; wit., 91 

Harmpje, wit., 68, 75, 117, 132; 
mo., 78* 

Isaac, bp., 147; in cen., 151 

Jacobus, bp., 132 

John (Jan), fa., 117; in cen., 151 

Lafert, in cen., 151 

Leah (Lea, Leea), mo., 59, 70, 75, 
124, 143; u-it., 66, 73, 78, 97 

Margreta, bp., 132 

Mary, bp., 147 

Neeltye (Neeltie, Neeltje), cattle- 
mark, 40; mo., 58*; bp., 100; 
wit., loi ; w. of Peter, wit., 
ii,s; bp., 132 

Nicholas (Necclos, Neclos), bp., 
91, 132; wit., 91, 101 ; fa., 147 

Peter (Keter), wit., 68, 69, 73, 
78; fa., 72, 91*; Peter, Sr., 
wit., 96; fa., 100, loi, 102; bp., 
101; Peter, Jr., wit., 115; wid. 
of Peter, wit., 115; self and w., 
Neeltje, wits., 115, 119, 136; 
fa., 132*, 147; bp., 132; in 
cen., 151 

Rachel (Rachil), mo., 68; wit., 
7.8; in can., 151 

Trintie (Treintje), mo., 121, 143 

Wynant (Wint), bp., 72; fa., 147 
HAGGERTY, Abbey, mo., 218 

Anthony Holmes, bp., 202 



430 



INDEX. 



HAGGERTY, Asher T., ep., 213 
Clemence, mo., 202, 217 
Clemence H., w., ep., 216 
George, bp., 202 

Jarret (Jarred), ep., 213; fa., 218 
John, bur., 206; husb., 213* 
Mary, w., ep., 213 
Mary C, dau., ep., 217 
Morris, bur., 204 
Rebecca (Farry), ep., 218 
Susan, w., ep,, 213 
Taylor, md., 201; fa., 202, 217; 

ep., 216* 
William, bur., 204 
William S., child, ep., 218 
HAHURST, Deborah, wit., 304 
Joseph, md., ^04; wit., 304 
HAIGHT, Joseph," wit., 318 

Joseph G., wit., 323 
HAINELLE, Michaell, pet. of, 229*, 

232 
HALES, John, md., 197 
HALL, Ehzabeth, md., 188 
Neomy, wit., 291 
Samuel, md., 199 
HALL OF RECORDS, ment., note, 

224 
HALLET, Mr. Wm., pretences, and 
possession of land in dispute, 
238* 
HALLOWAY, James, wit., 297 
HALSTEAD, Ann (Anna), mo., 182, 
186; dau. of Timothy, bp., 182; 
ep., 212* 
Byen, md., 192 
Christopher, bp., 176 
Daniel, fa., 176 
Josiah, fa., 177, 182, 185, 186, 212; 

s., bp., 187; md., 193 
Margaret, bp., 177 
Margery, w., ep., 212 
Mary, md., 189; dau., ep., 212 
Maxtelia, baby, ep., 212 
Mrs., bur., 180, 187 
Mirtilla, bp., 186; bur., 187 
Rebecca, bp., 196 
Sarah, mo., 176; dau., bp., 185, 

196 
Sylvie, bp., 182 
Timothy, fa., 182, 187, 196; husb., 

198; child, ep., 212* 
Zilpha, mo., 177, 196; dau., bp., 
182; w., bur., 198; ep., 212* 
HAMBLETON, Robert, sheriff, 221 
HAMILTON, Andrew, Esq., Gover- 
nor, 395* 
HAMPTON (HAMTON), David, wit., 

255 
Izibell, wit., 255 
Jane, md., 255; house of, 255 
Jenett, md., 244 
John, md., 242; wit., 242, 244, 

245, 246, 255; house of, 244 
Martha, wit., 242, 244 
HANCE [see also HANS, HANSEl 

Abigael, wit., 281 
Achsha, mo., 356*; d., 356 
Achfha White, b, 356 
Angeline, b., 369; ment., 370 
Ann, wit., 293; mo., 348; w. of 

Jacob, 348; do., d., 348 
Ann L., wid. of Asher, d., 369 
Anna, in cen., 150 
Asher, husb., 369; b., 373; d.. 



373; md., 373; s. of Luke and 

Sarah, ep., 376 
Benjamin, wit., 280 
Benjamin B,, husb., 368 
Borden, b., 373; md., 373 
Catharine, in cen., 150 
Charlotte, wit., 331 
Content, wit., 281, 282, 284, 286*, 

288, 289, 290; w. of Isaac [?], 

d.. 348 
David, wit., 280, 286, 297, 299, 

300; md., 299; b., 344 
Deborah, wit., 248, 300, 314; b., 

348 

Ebenezar, md., 360 

Edward, ep., 376 

Eleazer (Eleazar), fa., 369; s. of 
Thomas and Rachel, b., 370; 
husb., 370; b., 370; d., 370 

Elizabeth (Elisabeth, EHzth.), in 
cen., 150; wit., 241*, 242, 243*, 
244, 246*, 247, 24S*, 250, 251, 
253. 257, 258* 259*, 297*, 299, 
300*, 304, 307, 310, 314, 315, 
320*, 323, 325, 327, 328, 330, 
331. 333. 335, 338; md., 280; 
b., 344; mo., 348; wid. of Jacob, 
d., 34S, 356- 374; b., 356; md., 
373; w. of Robt. H., ep., 377 

Elizabeth, Jr., md., 248 

Ella, ep., 376 

Ellen Ann, b., 369; d., 369 

Francis, md., 280; wit., 280 

George, b., 373; md., 373; wife's 
parents, 373 

Hannah, wit., 299; mo., 369; 
birth, 370 

Hannah B., d., 370 

Isaac (Isack, Isaack), wit., 256*, 
257, 258*, 259, 261, 263, 277, 
278*, 279*, 280*, 281*, 286*, 
287*, 288, 2S9*, 291, 292, 293, 
294*, 297*, 298, 299, 300*, 310, 
327, 33^, 340; md., 257,