The Inventory of Lambert Dorland of SomersetCounty New Jersey 1772
I am happy to share the following with you.? When the New Jersey Archives redid
their Archives apparently some paperwork that had been missing was uncovered,
and in our case this is good news.
381-Letters of Administration were granted in like manner to John Van Lew on the
Estate of Lambert Dorland late of th eCounty of Somerset, dec'd, for the usual
(hard word to read, but it was used consistantly for all Letters of
Administration granted on the page) dated 19 Feb. 1882.
The Administration of Lambert Dorland had previously existed as did the
renounciation of John his eldest son, however, the Inventory listed in the New
Jersey Calendar of Wills was missing.? I decided I would give it one more shot,
as I ws having very good luck with the documents for other families I was
working on, so re-requested and I now have the Inventory.
409-R, May the 6, 1772, filed May 9, 1772.
Memorandum, An Inventory taken by me John Vanlue, Administrator of the estate of
Lambert Dorland deceased the following Bonds and goods.
Three Bonds dated the 9th day of May 1772, The first bond in the possession of
Hendrick Van Dyke due May the 1 1773, Preport Value L93.1.3/4. Two Bonds, Two
notes, one Negro birl one mares saddle in the possession of the administrators,
both bonds bearing the date 9 May 1770. The one due May 1st 774 L100..Prefert
value L87.6., the Second L100 Due May 1st 1775 prefert value L81.12.16 3/4, One
note dated the 25 day of April 1771 the 25 day of October last (hard to read)
the second note dated May 1st 1771, due the 1 Day May Next 1772.
The Negro girl praised at L15, the saddle L0.12.0.
One bond in possession of the administer due L70, cash L0.11.3,
Be it remembered that on the 19th day of February 1772, the administrator John
Van lew was duly qualified administrator of Lambert Dorland before me? Bowes
Praised by Gizebert Lane and John Voorhees
John Vanlew Administrator.