Will of "Mary tufts of Charestown ... being possible that my time is but short ... my power to dispose of as may apeare by my husband Last Will", hers dated 9 Jan 1702/3, names daughter Lind, daughter Mary Jenkens, daughter Sarah Oaks, my grandchild James Tufts, Mary Tufts [no relationship specified], Sarah Edes [no relationship specified], grandchildren John Edes & Mary Edes, apparel to "my fore dafters" and Sarah Edes, Mary Tufts to have what she gave to Sarah Edes until Sarah comes of age, "negro maide nanne" to be free. [No executor named.]
22 May 1703: Inventory of "M's Mary Tufts Relick and widow of Peter Tufts decased".
14 Jun 1703: Bond of "Mary Edes of Charlestown", with "Abraham blanchard & James tuft both of Malden" as sureties", to be administratrix [sic] on the Estate of "Mary tuffts Late of Charlestown widdow dec'd".
27 Jun 1703: Oaths of witnesses Joseph Wheeler, Samuell Sprague and Sarah Hill that testator was of sound mind, did sign will.
Undated: Receipt of "Thomas oakes Joseph lynds and Lemuell Jenkins, all of Malden ... and John eads of charlstown ... and Mary Tufts of medford" for portion from will of "our honoured mother, M'rs Mary Tufts" as allowed in will of "our Honoured Father M'r Peter Tufts". "Note. This that the Said John Edes Received for himself, and his Sister, Mary Eades and s'd Mary Tufts, for herself and her couzen Sarah eades".