Person:William Search (16)

Watchers
m. 1735
  1. William Search1736 - 1810
  2. Elizabeth Search1742 -
m. 1758
  1. James Search1759 - 1819
  2. Lott Search1762 - 1851
  3. Martin Search1763 - 1814
  4. Christopher Search1764 - 1842
  5. John Search1765 - 1830
  6. William Search1771 - 1840
  7. Elijah Search1772 - 1848
  8. Margaret Sarah Search1773 - 1856
  9. Priscilla Search1775 -
  10. Thomas B. Search1777 - 1858
  11. Charles Search1779 -
  12. Charles W. Search1782 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] William Search
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 1736 Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey
Marriage 1758 Hunterdon County, New JerseyReference number: 11150
to Mary McMasters
Burial? 1810 Hardyston Township, Sussex County, New Jersey
Occupation[1][2] Owned a fishery on the Deleware
Reference Number? 1117
Other[1][2] Minuteman for Morris County Military
Death[1][2] 26 Jun 1810 Hardyston Township, Sussex County, New Jersey

[Search family descendent.FTW]

Moved to Sussex County NJ before 1784

Served as a minuteman from Morris County on several occasions. The DAR applications draw on his service. Died in 1806 but his administration papers were signed in 1810 by Martin Search Jr, Thomas Van Kirk (Justice of the Peace who married Martin Jr and "Elizabeth Rorick and Christopher and Julie Ann Relshin(probably Rochelle) and John H Stanburrough who helped Ann Cowell Search sett Martin Sr's Property in Morris County in 1816, after Martin's death. Both of those men seemed to be connected to Martin Sr.

William's depreciation pay for military service came from Morris County in 1784 Tax records show that he lived in Pequannock Twp, Morris County after 1784 His burial place is now Sparta NJ [Search family.two.FTW]

Moved to Sussex County NJ before 1784

Served as a minuteman from Morris County on several occasions. The DAR applications draw on his service. Died in 1806 but his administration papers were signed in 1810 by Martin Search Jr, Thomas Van Kirk (Justice of the Peace who married Martin Jr and "Elizabeth Rorick and Christopher and Julie Ann Relshin(probably Rochelle) and John H Stanburrough who helped Ann Cowell Search sett Martin Sr's Property in Morris County in 1816, after Martin's death. Both of those men seemed to be connected to Martin Sr.

William's depreciation pay for military service came from Morris County in 1784 Tax records show that he lived in Pequannock Twp, Morris County after 1784 His burial place is now Sparta NJ

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Search family descendent.FTW.

    Date of Import: 27 Apr 2004

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Search family.two.FTW.

    Date of Import: 27 Apr 2004