Person:Esther Price (3)

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m. bef 1762
  1. Sarah Ann Price1762 - 1844
  2. Hannah Price1763 -
  3. Elizabeth Price1764 - 1838
  4. Esther Price1766 - 1793
  5. Zachariah Price1768 -
  6. Azubah Price1770 - aft 1829
  7. Francis Price1772 - 1785
  • HJohn Gustin1760 - 1830
  • WEsther Price1766 - 1793
m. bef 1783
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Name Esther Price
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 10 Sep 1766 Sussex, New Jersey, United States
Marriage bef 1783 Sussex, New Jersey, United Statesto John Gustin
Death[2] 25 Aug 1793 Frankford, Sussex, New Jersey, United States
Property[4][6] 1804 Sussex, New Jersey, United StatesFrancis Will left land to her sons

Esther Price was born Sept. 10, 1766[1][2], the daughter of Francis Price and Esther Dunn. She married John Gustin of Augusta, b. 8 June 1759/60 son of Thomas Gustin and Ruth Owen in New Jersey sometime before the birth of their first child, Francis Gustin, on Feb 26, 1783.

Esther Price Gustin is listed in her father's will as deceased, and Francis Gustin is listed as her son[3]. Ester died August 24, 1793. She is buried in Frankford Plains Cemetery along with other family members[2] in one of the earliest burials in the cemetery according to Snell[5].

In Memory of Esther, wife of John Gustin, who departed this life, August 25, 1773 in the twenty-sixth year of her age.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Weaver, Gustine Courson. The Gustine compendium. (Cincinnati, Ohio: Powell & White, c1929), p 213-214.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Find A Grave.
  3. New Jersey. Secretary of State. Index of wills, inventories, etc. in the office of the Secretary of State prior to 1901. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968).

    Will of France Price

  4. Alleman, Frederick R. Abstracts of divisions of Warren and Sussex County estates filed at Sussex County courthouse, Newton, New Jersey, from 1789-1918: photocopy (typescript). (1978), CA65.
  5. Snell, James P. History of Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey: with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1881), p , 397.
  6. Division of Francis Price Land