Will of "Zachariah Easeman of Salisbury", dated 23 Apr 1752, proved 19 Feb 1753, names son Jeremiah and son Jacob, they paying daughters Abigail French, Mehetabel Brown, Martha Quinby; to son William the "Land and Houshold stuff at Bradford which came by his Mother ... together with what I paid him upon his going off shall be his full Portion", my beloved wife "one third part of my real Estate During her Life, and one third of all my Household stuff or Goods remaining", son Jacob sole executor, "daughter Marth's two Son viz, Moses & Aaron Quinby".
9 Feb 1753: Commission to take inventory of "Zachariah Easman Late of Salisbury Dec'd", taken the same day by Philip Rowel, Aaron Clough, Joseph Dow: £270:06:10. Sworn to by Jacob Easman 29 Feb 1753.
16 Feb 1753: "these are: to signifye to y'r hon'r that: I Cant Comply w'th ye will of my husband )viz( Zachariah Eastman and Desire your ho'r to Lett me have my property as ye Law [??provides??] in ye s'd affair: I being a very aged woman and cant undertake such a journey to Come to Ipswich my Selfe: and must take what y'r hon'r allows me: [signed by mark] Deborah Easman