Facts and Events
- Jeremiah Brown
- Terry Mason Comprehensive site, well documented, but relies heavily on indirect sources]
Will of William Winter
- Will of William Winter, yeoman.
- Names Wife, Hannah. Eldest son, John, 4 acres of salt meadow on east side of Shoal Harbor. Second son, Andrew, land where testator lived, with land bought of James Grover. Youngest son, James. Grandson, Benjamin, second son to testator's eldest son John. Son, Andrew, currier's knife and all tools of the currier's and shoemaker's trade. Son James, great Bible and carpenter's tools. Daughters--Zerniah Borden and Rebecca Applegate. After wife's marriage or death, residue of estate to testator's two sons-in-law, Richard and Joseph Gardiner, and testator's own five children above named. Executors--sons Andrew and James. Witnesses--Richard Applegate, Richard Gibbens, Benjamin Gibbines. Proved June 13, 1733. (Andrew Winter, surviving executor, sworn).
- [Monmouth County, New Jersey Lib. B, p. 460].
- 1733, ---, --. Inventory, £99.4.6; made by John Mount, Samuel Willet, Abiel Cook. Additional inventory, £2.11.2.