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othy Hand. Lib. 11, p. 504.

1769, Dec. 31. Flowers, William, of Cape May Co., yeoman; will
of. Wife, Mary, V3 of moveable estate. Son, William, land on which
I live, and a tract of 22 acres that I bought of Samuel Jones, on
Delaware Bay. Daughter, Silvitha, Flowers' land on which Benja-
min Ingram lives. Daughter, Judith Flowers, land where Mary Tay-
lor lives. Daughter, Mary Flowers, land I bought of Daniel Swain,
Esq. Executor — my wife. Witnesses — Samuel Eldredge, Edward
Church, Jonathan Mills. Proved Jan. 20, 1770.

1770, Jan. 22. Adm'rs — Henry Hand and Downes Edmunds. Fel-
lowbondsmen — Timothy Hand and Christopher Foster, gentlemen; all
of Cape May Co. Witnesses — Zeruiah Hughes and Abigail Reeves.

1770, Jan. 20. Inventory, £372.1.11, made by Christopher Foster and
Timothy Hand. Lib. 14, p. 270.

17r>7, April 6. Fogg:, Daniel, of Alio ways Creek, Salein Co., yeoman;
will of. Daughter, Mary Fogg, all my real estate, and % personal;
but, if my wife have a son, then he is to have the real, and must pay
£50 to my said daughter when he is 21. If my children die before 21,
then I give my brother, Samuel, all my real. My wife, ^^ of my per-
sonal estate. Executors — my two brothers, Samuel Fogg and Charles
Fogg. Witnesses — Mathew Morrison, Robert Walker, Francis Halt-
er. Proved June 15, 1761.

1761, Jan. 28. Inventory, £276.15.1, made by John Holme and Wil-
liam Oakford. Lib. 11, p. 20.

1754, April 4. Folcker.se, Johannis, of Bridgewater Twsp., Somerset
Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Elizabeth Folckerse, £600. To the Re-
formed Protestant Dutch Church of Raritan, £100. Lands to be sold
and the money given to my brothers, Folkert, Philip, Joseph, and
Dirck Folkertse; to William Van Noortwyck, son of my half sister,
Folkertje, the wife of Simon Van Noortwyck; to my sister, Rebec-
cah, the wife of Cornelius Tunisse; and to my sister, Annatie, widow
of Dirck Hoogelandt. If I die before Margaret Stevens, "of whom
I have in lease the farm," whereon I live, which is dated 1st of May,
1731, my Executors to let out the same as long as the lease con-
tinues, and, with the money, discharge the requirements in said
lease. Executors — Peter Van Nest, son of Joris Van Nest, and Sam-
uel Staats Coejemans. Witnesses — William Crooke, Mickeal Hege-
man, Abraham Lott, Jr. Proved June 22, 1761.

1761, June 29. Inventory, £555.15.10, made by John Van Middles-
worth, Abraham Vanneste and Jacob Van Noorstrand.

Lib. G, p. 456.

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1756, May 1. Folk, Cbri.stinn, of Somerset Co.; will of. My wife,
the house where I live and the goods, and, after her death, to sons,
Henderick and Philip, and daughter, Barbary. Executrix — wife, Anna
Danitia Folk. Witnesses — Hendrick Van Arsdalen, Isaac Van Ars-
dalen, Isaac Amerman. Proved May 10, 1768. Lib. K, p. 2.

1763, March 28. Folwell, William, of Mansfield Twsp., Burlington
Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Elizabeth, Vz my moveable estate. The
other Vz to daughter, Hope, except my large Bible to go to my son,
Joseph. Son, John, gold buttons. Son, Joseph, plantation I bought
of Benjamin Swain. Son, John, plantation that I live on. Execu-
tors — son, Joseph, and my brother, Edward Rockhill Witnesses —
William Wilson, Mary Woolman, Joseph Talman. Proved May 3,
1763. Lib. 11, p. 303.

1763, April 29. Inventory, £455.0.5, made by John Folwell and Jo-
seph English.

1764, Jan. IS. Fontine, Abraham, of Somerset Co. Int. Adm'x —
Elizabeth Fontine, of said place; his widow. Fellowbondsman — John
Schurman, of Middlesex Co. Lib. H, p. 324.

1762, May 28. Fontyn, Johannes, of Somerset Co.; will of. "Wife,
Agness Fontine, £200. To Agnes Yorks, the daughter of Peter Yorks,
the interest of £100, till she is 18. To Peter Yorks, £50. To Jacob
Deriemer, a loom. My brother, Jacob Fontyn, apparel and cane. Rest
of personal and real to my brothers, Jacob and Abraham; my sisters,
Mary Suydam and Lea Smook; and the children of my brother,
Renyer, deceased, namely, Charles, Abraham, Lena and Sarah. Ex-
ecutors — wife, Agnes, friend, Gerrit Voorhees and said Peter Yorks.
Witnesses — William Cake, John Van Bueren, Derek Van Veghten,
Jr. Proved Feb. 4, 1763.

1763, Feb. 4. Inventory, £516.13.9, made by Derrik Rappaljee, and
John Parcell. Lib. H, p. 368.

1757, Aug. 1«>. Foonl, William, of Nottingham Twsp., Burlington
Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Margaret, all moveable estate and prof-
its of my plantation, to bring up my children. Sons, William and
James, said plantation at wife's death or marriage. Daughters, Eliz-
abeth, Rebeckah, Sarah, Margaret, Anne and Lidia Foord, £5 each.
Executors — my brother, John Foord, and Joseph Kille. Witnesses —
Cornelius Appleton, Josiah Appleton, John Abbott. Proved Feb. 26, 1765.

1763, March 30. Joseph Killy renounced.

1763, April 4. John Foord renounced. Lib. 12, p. 78.

1762, Sept. 25. Foord, "U^illiam, of "Woodbridge, Middlesex Co. ;
will of. Lands to be sold. Son, Samuel, £200. Youngest daughter,
Sarah Foord, £50, and as much goods as my other daughters had at
their marriage. Granddaughter, Unice Cutter, a bed. Wife, Mary,
rest of estate. Executors — my wife, my friend, David Evins, and my
son, Samuel. Witnesses — Dennes Combs, Stephen Carman, Jr., David
Herriot. Proved Nov. 10, 1762.

1762, Nov. 19. Inventory, £387.17.1, made by Alexander Edgar and
Nathaniel Fitz Randolph. Lib. H, p. 201.

1763, April 18. Inventory, £86.5.6, made by John Abbott and Jo-
seph Chambers. (Margaret Foord, Adm'x with will annexed, was
sworn in 1765).



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1770, Nov. 31. Force, Jniiies, of Newark Twsp., Essex Co.; will of.
Children to be put to trade when old enough. All given to children
(names not given). Executors — John Gilderslee and Walter Smith.
Witnesses — Moses Clark, Isaac Force', David Clark. Proved Dec. 8,
1770. Letters granted to John Gildersleave and Walter Smith, at
same time. Lib. K, p. 269.

176S, Xov. 33. Force, Timothy, of Newark Twsp., Essex Co. Int.
Adm'rs — Rachael Force and Isaac Force. Fellowbondsman — Henry
Earl, Jr.; all of same place. Witness — James Carter. Lib. I, p. 364.

1767, Feb. 6. Ford, John, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Moveable estate to be sold, and, out of the money, my four chil-
dren, Mahlon, Chilion, David and Nathan, shall be brought up. The
plantation where I live, and that where Solomon Brown lives by
lease, and known by name of Mallepardis, and the land in Roxbury
Twsp., all are to be divided when my eldest son, Mahlon, is 21, and
he shall have his choice; and Chilion, when he is 21, shall have his
choice; and the same with David and Nathan, when they are 21.
Executors — my father, Jacob Ford, Jacob Ford, Jr., Samuel Tuthill
and Moses Tuttle. Witnesses — Jabez Campfield, Joseph Wood, Fred-
erick King. Proved March 12, 1767. Lib. I, p. 186.

1764, Sept. S. Fordh.nni, Richard, of City of Burlington, ship car-
penter. Int. Adm'r — William Skeels. Fellowbondsman — Samuel Al-
linson; both of said City. Witness — Levi Murrel. Lib. 12, p. 16.

1764, Aug. 27. Inventory, £36.6.0, made by William Smith and Levi
Murrel.

1764, Oct. 19. Account by William Skeeler as Adm'r.

1706, Sept. tS. Foreman, Jonathan, of Cape May Co. Ward. Son
of Jonathan Foreman. Guardian — Joshua Shaw. Fellowbondsman —
George Taylor; both of Lower Precinct in said Co. Witnesses — John
Tounsend, John Taylor, Marcy Taylor. Lib. 12, p. 327.

176.3, Oct. 19. Foreman, Martha, of Cape May Co. Ward. Daugh-
ter of Jonathan Foreman. Guardian — John Shaw. Fellowbondsman
— Lewis Cresse; both of said Co. Witnesses — Henry Young and
George Norton. Lib. 11, p. 439.

1763, July 6. Forgrerson, Uriah, of Wantage Twsp., Sussex Co.
Int. Adm'x — Susannah Forgerson, widow of said Uriah. Fellow-
bondsman — Job Loree, of Mendum, Morris Co. File No. 57 S.

1768, Ang. 33. Fomian, George, of Somerset Co. Int. Adm'r —
Lewis Forman, of Monmouth Co., merchant, who is a brother to said
George. Fellowbondsman — Richard McDonald, Esq., of Somerset Co.

Lib. I, p. 336.

17.10, June 30. Forman, Jonathan, E:.sq., of Freehold, Monmouth
Co.; will of."being old." Wife, Margaret, % of my farm where I
live and the household goods, which, after her death, are to be
divided among my children and granddaughter, Eleanor Van Dorn.
Son, Samuel, £10. Son, John, £10. Son, Peter, the land that joins
Nicholas Stillwell and George Rhe. To the youngest children of my
son, Jonathan, deceased, £20 each, when they are 21 (in all £60);



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1756, May 1. Folk, Christinn, of Somerset Co.; will of. My wife,
the house where I live and the goods, and, after her death, to sons,
Henderick and Philip, and daughter, Barbary. EJxecutrix — wife, Anna
Danitia Folk. "Witnesses — Hendrick Van Arsdalen, Isaac Van Ars-
dalen, Isaac Amerman. Proved May 10, 1768. Lib. K, p. 2.

1763, March 28. Folwell, \%^illiani, of Mansfield Twsp., Burlington
Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Elizabeth, V2 my moveable estate. The
other V2 to daughter, Hope, except my large Bible to go to my son,
Joseph. Son, John, gold buttons. Son, Joseph, plantation I bought
of Benjamin Swain. Son, John, plantation that I live on. Execu-
tors—son, Joseph, and my brother, Edward Rockhill Witnesses —
William Wilson, Mary Woolman, Joseph Talman. Proved May ■■^,
1763. Lib. 11, p. 303.

1763, April 29. Inventory, £455.0.5, made by John Folwell and Jo-
seph English.

1764, Jan. IS. Pontine, Abraham, of Somerset Co. Int. Adm'x —
Elizabeth Pontine, of said place; his widow. Fellowbondsman — John
Schurman, of Middlesex Co. Lib. H, p. 324.

1762, May 28. Fontyn, Johannes, of Somerset Co.; will of. Wife,
Agness Pontine, £200. To Agnes Yorks, the daughter of Peter Yorks,
the interest of £100, till she is 18. To Peter Yorks, £50. To Jacob
Deriemer, a loom. My brother, Jacob Fontyn, apparel and cane. Rest
of personal and real to my brothers, Jacob and Abraham; my sisters,
Mary Suydam and Lea Smook; and the children of my brother,
Renyer, deceased, namely, Charles, Abraham, Lena and Sarah. Ex-
ecutors — wife, Agnes, friend, Gerrit Voorhees and said Peter Yorks.
Witnesses — William Oake, John Van Bueren, Derek Van Veghten,
Jr. Proved Feb. 4, 1763.

1763, Feb. 4. Inventory, £516.13.9, made by Derrik Rappaljee, and
John Parcell. Lib. H, p. 368.

1757, Aug-. 16. Foord, 'M'illiam, of Nottingham Twsp., Burlington
Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Margaret, all moveable estate and prof-
Its of my plantation, to bring up my children. Sons, William and
James, said plantation at wife's death or marriage. Daughters, Eliz-
abeth, Rebeckah, Sarah, Margaret, Anne and Lidia Foord, £5 each.
Executors — my brother, John Foord, and Joseph Kille. Witnesses —
Cornelius Appleton, Josiah Appleton, John Abbott. Proved Feb. 26, 1765.

1763, March 30. Joseph Killy renounced.

1763, April 4. John Foord renounced. Lib. 12, p. 78.

1762. Sept. 2.5. Foord, \%'illinin, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co.;
will of. Lands to be sold. Son, Samuel, £200. Youngest daughter,
Sarah Foord, £50, and as much goods as my other daughters had at
their marriage. Granddaughter, Unice Cutter, a bed. Wife, Mary,
rest of estate. Executors — my wife, my friend, David Evins, and my
son, Samuel. Witnesses — Dennes Combs, Stephen Carinan, Jr., David
Herriot. Proved Nov. 10, 1762.

1762, Nov. 19. Inventory, £387.17.1, made by Alexander Edgar and
Nathaniel Fitz Randolph. Lib. H, p. 201.

1763, April 18. Inventory, £86.5.6, made by John Abbott and Jo-
seph Chambers. (Margaret Foord, Adm'x with will annexed, was
sworn in 1765).



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1770, Nov. 21. Force, Jniiies, of Newark Twsp., Essex Co.; will of.
Children to be put to trade when old enough. All given to children
(names not given). Executors — John Gilderslee and Walter Smith.
Witnesses — Moses Clark, Isaac Force', David Clark. Proved Dec. 8,
1770. Letters granted to John Gildersleave and Walter Smith, at
same time. Lib. K, p. 269.

1765, Nov. 33. Force, Timothy, of Newark Twsp., Essex Co. Int.
Adm'rs — Rachael Force and Isaac Force. Fellowbondsman — Henry
Earl, Jr.; all of same place. Witness — James Carter. Lib. I, p. 36 4.

1767, Feb. 6. Ford, John, of Morristown, Morris Co.; will of.
Moveable estate to be sold, and, out of the money, my four chil-
dren, Mahlon, Chilion, David and Nathan, shall be brought up. The
plantation where I live, and that where Solomon Brown lives by
lease, and known by name of Mallepardis, and the land in Roxbury
Twsp., all are to be divided when my eldest son, Mahlon, is 21, and
he shall have his choice; and Chilion, when he is 21, shall have his
choice; and the same with David and Nathan, when they are 21.
Executors — my father, Jacob Ford, Jacob Ford, Jr., Samuel Tuthill
and Moses Tuttle. Witnesses — Jabez Campfield, Joseph Wood, Fred-
erick King. Proved March 12, 1767. Lib. I, p. 186.

1764, Sept. 3. Fordh.nni, Richard, of City of Burlington, ship car-
penter. Int. Adm'r — William Skeels. Fellowbondsman — Samuel Al-
linson; both of said City. Witness — Levi Murrel. Lib. 12, p. 16.

1764, Aug. 27. Inventory, £36.6.0, made by William Smith and Levi
Murrel.

1764, Oct. 19. Account by William Skeeler as Adm'r.

1766, Sept. 13. Foreman, Jonathan, of Cape May Co. Ward. Son
of Jonathan Foreman. Guardian — Joshua Shaw. Fellowbondsman —
George Taylor; both of Lower Precinct in said Co. Witnesses — John
Tounsend, John Taylor, Marcy Taylor. Lib. 12, p. 327.

1763, Oct. 19. Foreman, Martha, of Cape May Co. Ward. Daugh-
ter of Jonathan Foreman. Guardian — John Shaw. Fellowbondsman
— Lewis Cresse; both of said Co. Witnesses — Henry Young and
George Norton. Lib. 11, p. 439.

1762, July 6. Forger.son, L'riah, of Wantage Twsp., Sussex Co.
Int. Adm'x — Susannah Forgerson, widow of said Uriah. Fellow-
bondsman — Job Loree, of Mendum, Morris Co. File No. 57 S.

1768, Ang. 22. Fomian, George, of Somerset Co. Int. Adm'r —
Lewis Forman, of Monmouth Co., merchant, who is a brother to said
George. Fellowbondsman — Richard McDonald, Esq., of Somerset Co.

Lib. I, p. 336.

1759, June 20. Forman, Jonathan, E.sq., of Freehold, Monmouth
Co.; will of. "being old." Wife, Margaret, % of my farm where I
live and the household goods, which, after her death, are to be
divided among my children and granddaughter, Eleanor Van Dorn.
Son, Samuel, £10. Son, John, £10. Son, Peter, the land that joins
Nicholas Stillwell and George Rhe. To the youngest children of my
son, Jonathan, deceased, £20 each, when they are 21 (in all £60);



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but, if the eldest brother, when he is of age, shall give to his young'-
est brother and two sisters a share of their father's estate, then he
shall have his part of the £60, "and his equal part that I designed
for their father of my brother Samuel Forman, deceased's estate,
hereafter mentioned." Daughter, Mary, wife of Robert Rhe, £100.
Granddaughter, Elleanor Van Dorn, furniture, cows, negro, etc. Son,
David, the rest of my lands. E)ldest son, Samuel, aforesaid, Vs of my
lands in New England, which were bequeathed to me by my brother,
Samuel Forman, dec'd, and the other % to my other children. My
brother Samuel, in his will, left me land at Portsmouth, Rhode
Island, of 62 acres, as well as to my brothers, Joseph and Ezekiel,
and there was to be paid out to our three sisters, Hannah Madock,
Mary Romine, and Rebecca, £50 each, but Ezekiel died before brother
Samuel; therefore that bequest was void, and I, being heir-at-law
to that part, was willing and did pay half of said legacies given
to my three sisters; therefore my brother Joseph and myself have
sold the said land, and paid the legacies to our sisters. But I am
willing that brother, Ezekiel's, children, shall enjoy what was left
to him, had he lived to inherit it, although it was not to his chil-
dren, for at the time brother Samuel made his will brother Ezekiel
had no children, therefore it is fallen to me, and I give the rest of the
money to my brother, Ezekiel's, children, as follows: to Samuel (son
of Ezekiel) £80; to Thomas, £70; to Aaron, £70; to Ezekiel, £70.
Executors — wife, Margaret, and my sons, Samuel and Peter. Wit-
nesses — John Van Cafe, Thomas Leonard, James Robinson, John Hen-
derson.

1761, June 6. Codicil. To daughter, Mary, wife of Robert Rhe, a
negro called Nanny. My granddaughter, Eleanor Van Dorn, is still
unmarried. To son, Samuel, 16% acres in Freetown, in New Eng-
land. Witnesses — John Van Clafe, James Robinson, John Henderson.
Proved Jan. 20, 1763. Lib. H, p. 215.

1768, March 10, Fomian, Ur»iilla, of Middletown, Monmouth Co.;
will of. Son, George, the bonds I have of him. Son-
in-law, George Walker, bonds due to me from him. Daugh-
ters, Priscilla, Lydia and Phebe, my apparel. Son, Lewis,
Bible. Rest of my estate to my sons, Lewis, Andrew and Robert,
and to my daughters, Lydia and Phebe. Executors — son, Lew^is.
Witnesses — Samuel Ker, Peter Conrey, Thomas Hunn. Proved May
30, 1768. Lib. 1, p. 241.

1761, Nov. 29. Fort, Ann, of Northampton, Burlington Co.; will of.
Son, Rodger Fort, chest. Daughter, Edith, chest. Daughter, Joana
Lay, £5. Granddaughters, Ann Price and Hannah Price ,beds, etc.
Rest of personal and real to my two daughters, Esther Murphy and
Edith Price. Executors — daughters, Esther Murphy and Edith Price,
and my friend, Daniel Jones. Witnesses — Samuel Reeve, Edward
Mullen, Joseph Harrington. Proved Oct. 9, 1762. Lib. 11, p. 235.

1762, Aug. 19. Inventory, £54.16.0, made by John Budd.

1763, Oct. 14. Account by Thomas Berkinshea and Esther, his wife,
late Esther Murphy, as Executrix of estate of Ann Fort.

1704, May 31. Forth, Benjamin, of Maryland. Int. Adm'r — James
Hines, (Hinds), of Queen Anns Co., Maryland, yeoman. Fellowbonds-
man — James Davis, of Gloucester Co. Witness — Robert Cooper.

1764, May 31. Inventory, £22.8.7, made by James Davis and Jacob
Clement. Lib. 11, p. 521*.



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1763, Oct. 13. Foster, David, of Cape May Co. Int. Adm'r — Sam-
uel Foster. Fellowbondsman — Jonathan Smith; both of said Co.
Witnesses — Tabitha Townsend and Mary Young.

1762, Oct. 26. Inventory, £121.8.0, made by John Shaw and John
Smith. Lib. 11, p. 414.

1761, March 21. Foster, John, of Burling-ton Co. Int. Adm'r —
Edward Tonkin. Fellowbondsman — Joseph Hollinshead; both of
same Co.

1761, March 21. Ann Foster, widow of said John, renounced in
favor of Edward Tonkin. Lib. 10, p. 174.

1761, Sept. 19. Amount, £19.14.1, received by Adm'r. Same day
account filed.

1749, Oct. 28. Foster, Jo.siah, of Bridgetown, Burlington Co.; will
of. Wife, Amie, real and personal during life. Daughters, Rebecca
and Hannah, houses in Bridgetown, after wife's death. Son, Wil-
liam, farm in Evesham. Executor — son, William. Witnesses — Wil-
liam Jones, James Lippincott, Peter Andrews.

1753, July 5. Codicil. Witness — Joseph Barr, James Eldridge,
Thomas Wilkins.

1760, Aug. 16. Codicil. Wife, Amie, given annuity. Witnesses —
John Bail, Thomas Borden. Proved April 16, 1770. Lib. 14, p. 213.

1769, Feb. 17. Foster, Nathaniel, of Cape May Co.; will of. Wife,
Mary, % of my lands and Vs of the moveables. Son, Salathiel. the
rest of lands, and he to pay to my son, Nathaniel, £22, and also pay
to my daughter, Esther Hand, £2. Executor — son, Salathiel. Wit-
nesses — Aaron Eldredge, Samuel Woodruff, Richard "VS^ood. Proved
Feb. 20, 1769.

1769, Feb. 22. Inventory, £90.11.7, made by John Eldredge and
Aaron Eldredge. Lib. 14, p. 180.

1763, June 6. Foster, IVnthaniel, Jr., of Roxbury, Morris Co., black-
smith. Int. Adm'r — Nathaniel Foster, of Lebanon, Hunterdon Co.,
blacksmith. Fellowbondsman — Michael Welsh, of Roxbury, Morris
Co., yeoman, and Thomas Silverthorn, of Mansfield Woodhouse, Sus-
sex Co., yeoman. Witness — William Hyndman.

1763, June 6. Renunciation, by Mary Foster, in favor of her fath-
er-in-law, Nathaniel Foster. Witness — Aaron" Doud.

1763, June 4. Inventory, £46.12.5, made by John Likens and James
Newman.

1765, May 23. Account by Adm'r. Lib. 11, p. 457; File No. 1441 N.

1762, Dec. 17. Foster, Samuel, of Cape May Co., carpenter; will of.
Wife, Elizabeth, all my estate, except a bed to my daughter, Hannah
Foster. Son, Jonathan, 20 acres. Son, William, rest of lands. Daugh-
ter, Elizabeth Stites, 5 shillings. Daughter, Marjery Young, £6.
Daughter, Mary Foster, £6. Daughter, Hannah Foster, £6. Grand-
son, Samuel Foster, £5. Executors — my wife and Jonathan Smith.

Witnesses — Philip Cresse, Nathaniel Jenkins, Stites. Proved

July 23, 1764.

1764, July 21. Inventory, £128.14.8, made by John Shaw and Daniel
Smith. Lib. 12, p. 32.



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