Person:Mary Freeman (4)

Mary Freeman
d.Jan 1728/29
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Mary Freeman
Gender Female
Other[4] 16 Oct 1685 Came to America on ship "Unicorn" from EnglandFact 1
Marriage to Richard Brodwell
Death[3] Jan 1728/29

The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine has:

Abstract of Will of Mary Brodwell of Phila. widow, being weak in body. . . . To son Isaac Broadwell of Great Britiain one shilling . . . And to his Children now living 10(pounds) when they arrive at age 21. . . . To my grandson in Law Henry Paul's Children: Joseph, Mary, Margaret & John 19(pounds), silver, pewter & linen. . . . To my Daughter Sarah Taylor of Springfield in Co. of Chester widow 10(pounds), silver, pewter, linen, etc. two years after my death. . . . To my grandson Isaac Taylor, son of Isaac Taylor late of Springfield dec'd furniture. . . . To seven of my grandchildren: The sd Isaac Taylor, John Taylor, Joseph Taylor, Benjamin Taylor & Josiah Taylor, sons of afsd Isaac Taylor, dec'd, and to James Gillingham & John Gillingham, sons of Yoman Gillingham late of ffrankford Dec'd 3(pounds) two years after my decease. . . . To my Grandaughter Eliza Taylor, Daughter of sd Sarah Taylor by her late Husband Isaac Taylor afsd dec'd furniture and pewter. . . . To my Sarah Spicer wife of Abraham Spicer of Phila. Currier furniture & pewter. . . . To my Grandaughters Elizabeth & Rebecca daughters of sd Yoman Gillingham linen & pewter. . . . to my Grandaughter Ann Paul wife of sd Henry Paul furnishings. . . . To sd Henry Paul & Ann his wife all my Shop Goods they paying my debts due Merchants for sd Goods. . . . To my Grandaughters: sd Ann Paul, Mary wilson wife of James Wilson, sd Eliza Gillingham, Rebecca Gillingham & Sarah Marcy & Eliza Taylor 5(pounds) two years after my decease. . . . To Mary Taylor 3(pounds). . . . To my Great Grandchildren: Joseph Taylor & Isaac Taylor, sons of Isaac Taylor afsd & to James Wilson's two children Mary & Elizabeth Wilson & to the two children of Joseph Taylor of Marburrough in chester Co. Yoman: Jessey & Sarah, & to the child of Abraham Spicer & Sarah his wife: John Spicer, 12 shillings a piece when they arrive at 21. . . . To the poore people belonging to the babtis Meeting in Phila. 40 shillings to be paid such of them as my Executor shall think most deserving. . . . To sd Henry Paul & Ann his wife residue of Estate. Executors to be grandson Isaac Taylor of Springfield afsd Yoman. dated 8 Jan. 1727, signed with her mark. Wit: Richard Rodes, Jos: Antrobus, Joshua Lawrence. 29 Jan. 1729 appeared Richard Rodes on Oath and Joshua Lawrence who affirmed. Isaac Taylor renounced 28 Jan. 1729. Letters of admin. on est. of Mary Brodwell to Henry Paul 6 Feb. 1729/30.

Leo Basten at has: Mary Freeman b. Jan 1, 1629/30 d. Jan 2, 1728/29 Philadelphia, m. May 24, 1663 in Ashelworth, Gloucestershire, Eng. to Richard Brodwell (Broadwell).

  1. Gail McLain.
  2. K. William Bailey at www.bright.ner/~wheezer.
  3. The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, Vol. 22, No. 4
    p. 254-255.
  4. Gail McLain.