~~ Hempstead, Long Island, Province of New York ~~

--- Third Generation in America ---

 

Family of the Child of (___)2 Washburn and Robert Jackson

 

            The family of the daughter of Robert Jackson of Long Island, New York, by his second wife, the daughter of William Washburn, is a work in progress. I will add to this as new information is uncovered, but this family will not be continued after this file.

 

 

 

 

JohnA Washborne (3rd)

 

 

William1 Washburn

 

 

 

 

MarthaA Timbrell

 

(___)2 Washburn

 

 

 

 

 

Francis1 Nicholls

 

 

Jane2 Nicholls

 

 

 

 

Frances1 Wimarke

Sarah Jackson

 

 

 

 

Robert Jackson

 

 

 

 

(82.) Sarah Jackson, probably eldest daughter of (47) (___)2 Washburn, (30) William1; born in Hempstead, Queens County, Long Island, New York, in say ca. 1653, married Nathaniel Moore, daughter of Thomas and Martha (Youngs) Moore,[1] in ca. 1675,[2] probably in Hempstead. The will of her father, Robert Jackson, probated in 1685, mentioned “my daughter Sarah the wife of Nathaniell Moor.”[3] Nathaniel Moore was born in 1642, baptized on 3 July 1642 in Salem, MA,[4] and they lived in Southold, Suffolk Co., NY.

        Nathaniel Moore died testate on 30 Apr. 1698 in Southold, Suffolk Co., NY,[5] and Sarah (Jackson) Moore died a widow on 10 June 1733 in Southold.[6]

        Sarah Jackson and Nathaniel Moore presumably had children,[7] order uncertain:

        243       i   Hannah Moore, born ca. 1676, probably married John Terry, son of Richard and Abigail (Lines) Terry,[8] and had one child by 1698. He was born supposedly on 15 May 1662 in Southold, NY.[9] The will of Richard Terry, probated on 13 May 1676, mentioned his wife Abigail, and son John Terry, who was under the age of 21, among others.[10] (See Appendix [A] for a full transcription of his will.) He was buried in the Old Burying Ground of the First Presbyterian Church in Southold.[11] John and Hannah Terry lived in Southold, Suffolk Co., New York. He died testate on 27 Apr. [sic] 1733 in Southold, Suffolk Co., New York,[12] his will dated 6 June 1728, and probated on 3 Apr. 1733, mentioned his wife Hannah, sons John Terry, Samuel Terry, Richard Terry, and Robert Terry, daughters Sarah, Hannah, and Abigail, and he named his wife Hannah and son John as executors of his estate.[13] (See Appendix [B] for a full transcription of his will.) Hannah (Moore) Terry died on 28 Aug. 1753 in Southold.[14] They had children,[15] order uncertain:

a. John Terry (Jr.), possibly born shortly before 1698, was co-executor of his father’s estate in 1733, supposedly married Martha Petty, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Salmon) Petty, on 19 Mar. 1723 in Southold.[16] Lt. Joseph Petty died on 13 May 1730 in Southold, aged 63,[17] and widow Mary Petty died on 19 Aug. 1733 in Southold.[18] Martha (Petty) Terry apparently died before 1772,[19] and John Terry (Jr.) died testate in 1785 in Southold, his will dated 13 Jan. 1772, and probated on 2 Dec. 1785, mentioned his sons Joseph Terry, Jeremiah Terry, and John Terry, unnamed daughters, presumably already married, his unmarried daughter Mehetable, and his unmarried sister Sarah, and he named his sons Joseph Terry and Jeremiah Terry as executors of his estate.[20] (See Appendix [C] for a full transcription of his will.)

b. Sarah Terry, apparently never married, and died after the 1772 will of her brother John Terry.

c. Hannah Terry, married Isaiah Tuthill on 5 Apr. 1733 in Southold, Suffolk Co., NY.[21] No probate records were found for his estate in New York.

d. Abigail Terry

e. Samuel Terry

f. Richard Terry, probably married Mary Horton on 10 June 1745 in Southold.[22] He was not the Richard Terry who died testate in 1768, leaving a wife Martha.

g. Robert Terry, married Patience Youngs on 2 Sept. 1736 in Southold.[23] He died in Dec. 1783 in Southold,[24] but no probate records were found for his estate in New York.

        244      ii   Elizabeth Moore, born on 10 June 1679 in Suffolk Co., NY, supposedly married Christopher Youngs.[25] He was born ca. 1677,[26] and died on 28 June 1727 in Southold, Suffolk Co., NY, aged 50 years,[27] but no probate records were found for him. She died on 22 Feb. 1748 in Hempstead, Queens Co., NY.[28]

        245     iii   Abigail Moore, born say ca. 1682, supposedly married Isaac Overton (Jr.), son of Isaac and Sarah (Terry) Overton, in ca. 1705 in Southold.[29] He was born in ca. May 1683,[30] and died on 7 Nov. 1723 in Southold, NY, aged 40½,[31] but no probate records were found for him in New York. She supposedly died on 30 Apr. 1747 in Southold.[32] They had children:

a. John Overton, born ca. 1706 in Southold, married Jemima Hulse on 1 Jan. 1733 in Southold.[33] She died on 5 Sept. 1779 in Southold,[34] and he died on 25 Oct. 1783 in Southold,[35] but no probate records were found for his estate.

b. Nathaniel Overton, born ca. 1708 in Southold, married 1.) Alethea Way on 23 May 1732 in Southold.[36] She died on 25 Dec. 1753 in Southold, aged 43 years[37] and he remarried to 2.) Mary Terry, daughter of Uriah and Mary (Case) Terry, on 25 Aug. 1754 in Southold.[38] He died on 29 Oct. 1779 in Southold,[39] but no probate records were found for his estate, and she died a widow on 21 Dec. 1793 in Southold.[40]

c. David Overton, born ca. 1710, supposedly married 1.) Anne/Anna Hulse, and 2.) Susannah Palmer.[41] No probate records were found for his estate in New York.

d. James Overton, born ca. 1712, married Mary Goldsmith on 15 Oct. 1745 in Southold.[42] They moved to Cornwell, Orange Co., NY, and he died testate in 1768 in Orange Co., NY, his will dated 6 Oct. 1767, and probated on 23 Feb. 1768, mentioned his wife Mary, eldest son James, and the rest of his children, who were all presumably under age.[43] (See Appendix [D] for a full transcription of his will.)

        245a   iv   Deborah Moore, born say ca. 1685, supposedly married John Boisseau on 17 July 1725 in Southold.[44] He probably died on 14 June 1756 in Southold, aged about 80 years,[45] but no probate records were found for his estate in New York.

        245b    v   (Supposedly 3 more children)

 

 

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    [1] Bunker, Mary Powell, Long Island Genealogies, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1976, [hereinafter Bunker, Long Island], p. 220.

    [2] Calculated from the birth of their first child in ca. 1676. Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1987, [hereinafter Torrey, New England Marriages], p. 516, shows the wife of Nathaniel Moore, of Southold, as being Sarah Vail.

    [3] Macy, Harry, Jr., “Robert Jackson’s Wives and Children,” The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. 131, No. 1 [Jan. 2000], p. 4, from Queens County Deeds Liber A, p. 11.

    [4] I.G.I. Birth Records, taken from Salem, Massachusetts, Vital Records. He was not a descendant of Capt. Richard More, of the “Mayflower.”

    [5] I.G.I. Individual Record, taken from LDS temple records; The Salmon Records, A Private Register of Marriages and Deaths of the Residents of the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, N.Y., New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York, 1918, [hereinafter The Salmon Records], p. 6, gives the death of ___ll Moore in 1698, which may have been Nathll, and on p. 7 it gives the burial of Nathll Moore on 18 Feb. 1698/9. The Salmon Records were begun by William  Salmon, who died on 10 May 1759, and were continued by members of the Salmon Family after his death.

    [6] The Salmon Records, p. 22, “Wid Sarah Moor Relect to Nathll Moor.”

    [7] These children are uncertain. The FHL [Family History Library] Ancestral File is showing these, and others, as children of Nathaniel Moore and Sarah Vail.

    [8] His parents per many Ancestry.com World Tree file entries for John Terry; Torrey, New England Marriages, p. 732.

    [9] His birth date from the Ancestry.com World Tree file entries for John Terry.

    [10] New York County Probate, Libor 1, p. 237-240.

    [11] www.findagrave.com, memorial #7593696, submitted by Wade Schultz.

    [12] The Salmon Records, p. 21.

    [13] New York County Probate, Vol. 12, p. 136-138, copied from original Libor 12, p. 139-141.

    [14] The Salmon Records, p. 37, “Hannah Terry Relect to John;” Torrey, New England Marriages, p. 732.

    [15] As per his will.

    [16] Per the Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944; The Salmon Records, p. 79, give the marriage of (___) Terry and Martha Petty, but the date is not given.

    [17] The Salmon Records, p. 19.

    [18] The Salmon Records, p. 22.

    [19] She was not mentioned in her husband’s will.

    [20] New York County Probate, Vol. 38, p. 357-359, copied from original Libor 38, p. 320-322.

    [21] The Salmon Records, p. 83; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944, which gives the marriage in Jamesport, Suffolk Co., NY.

    [22] The Salmon Records, p. 88.

    [23] The Salmon Records, p. 84; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [24] The Salmon Records, p. 57, the date not given.

    [25] Per the Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [26] Calculated from his age at death.

    [27] The Salmon Records, p. 18; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944, which says he died at Aquebogue, Suffolk Co., NY.

    [28] Per the Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944, recorded in 1748 without a date in The Salmon Record, p. 32, “Elesath Youngs, relect to Christopher.”

    [29] Per the Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944, the marriage not recorded in The Salmon Records of Southold.

    [30] Calculated from his age at death. The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944 gives his birth in May 1682.

    [31] The Salmon Records, p. 14; Per the Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [32] Per the Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [33] The Salmon Records, p. 83; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [34] The Salmon Records, p. 52; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [35] The Salmon Records, p. 56; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [36] The Salmon Records, p. 82; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [37] The Salmon Records, p. 37, “Nathall Overtons wife alathea;” www.findagrave.com, memorial #59275113, submitted by Fred Saar, from her grave in the Old Burying Ground of the First Presbyterian Church in Southold, Suffolk Co., NY, which gives the date as 24 Dec. 1753; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [38] The Salmon Records, p. 93; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944; The Salmon Records, p. 78, gives the marriage of Uriah Terry and Mary Case on 15 Sept. 1720 in Southold.

    [39] The Salmon Records, p. 53; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [40] The Salmon Records, p. 64, “wid Mary Overton releck to Natha.”

    [41] Per the Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [42] Per the Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944; The Salmon Records, p. 88, gives the marriage of (___) Overton and Mary Goldsmith on 15 Oct. 1745, with a footnote that he is indexed as James Overton in Moore’s Southold Indexes, p. 106.

    [43] New York County Probate, Vol. 26, p. 286-288, copied from original Libor 26, p. 246-247.

    [44] The Salmon Records, p. 80; The Ancestry.com Terry tree submitted by kwterry1944.

    [45] The Salmon Records, p. 42, “John Boisieu aged about 80.”



[A] APPENDIX A: The Will of Richard Terry of Southold, East Riding of Yorkshire, Long Island (1676) *

I Richard Terry of Southold, in the East Riding on Long Island, being weake in Body, but Sound in understanding, blessed be God, do make this my last Will and Testament, in manner and forme following

First, I bequeath my Body to the dust, from whence it came, and my immortall Soul, to the Lord Jesus Christ, who Purchased it wth his most precious blood, by whom alone I hope for eternall Salvation; And touching the outward Estate God hath lent mee, I dispose thereof, as followeth.

I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Abigail Terry, for her lifetime, the Accommodačon in Towne, The House and Land that properly belong to that House in Towne, That is to say, wth the four Acres of Land that Joyn to the House, with the Orchard and Fences about ye same; And Eight Acres of Land that lye at the North Sea, and two in the Calves Neck, and one in the old field, and two Acres of Meadow, in the great Meadow, at Catchacke.

I give unto my Sonne Gershome Terry, half my wood land at Catchake, and my Sonne Samuell, the other halfe, Also a piece of Meadow that was my Brother Thomas Terrys, which I had by vertue of Exchange, I give unto my Daughter Abigail, Twenty Acres of Land, more or lesse, lying in the Forst Neck, I give it to her and her Heires for ever, That is to say, Thomas Riders Heires, and one Cow.

I give also to my two Sonnes, Nathaniel, and my Sonne Richard, my House and Land which I live upon here at Squash Neck, wth all the Meadow that do belong unto it, being in the fresh Meadow; And this to Possess When my Sonne Rich comes to the Age of one and twenty.

I do also give unto my Sonne John, after his Mothers decease, the House and the Accommodačon in Towne, wth the rest of the Acommodačon belonging there unto, as is formerly expressed.

I give unto my Sonne Gershome, a Yoke of young Steeres, and a young Mare, one yeare old, and the wantage, and two Sowes.

I do also leave all my Children, to bee at my wifes Command, to bee Educated and brought up, both for the good of their Souls and Bodyes, till they come unto their respective Age, That is to say, my Sonnes to the Age of one and twenty, and my Daughters at Eight & one.

I give unto my Sonne Nathaniell, and my Sonn Richard, one Yoke of Oxen, and to have them when they come to Possesse the Farme, wth one Cow for Milk.

Also, I give my Son John, one Cow, when hee comes to Age.

And for all the rest of my Cattle, that is not expressed, I leave to my wife, for her selfe, and for the bringing up of my Children, till they come of Age, and for Ages.

I give unto my Sonne Samll two Acres of Meadow, lying at Accabacke.

And I make my Sonne Gershome, my Executor, and my wife Executrix, of this my last will & Testament, And for all my Debts which I owe, it shall bee paid out of that Estate that is not disposed of, that is left in my wifes hand; In witnesse hereof, I have here unto sett my hand and Seale, the day and yeare above written

                                                                                                                                                Richard Terry

Witnesses Barnabas Wyndes

The W Marke of

Sarah Wyndes

 

Memorandm. It is to be understood, That when my wife Sees Cause to live in the Towne, my three Eldest Sonnes, Gershome, Nathll. And Richard Terry, shall fit and Repaire her House, in a habitable and Comfortable manner.

 

                Letters of Administračon were granted to Abigail, the widdow, and Gershome, the son of Richard Terry, on 13 May 1676.

                Edmond Andros, Esqr. &c.

 

* Transcribed by John A. Maltby from New York County Probate, Libor 1, p. 237-240.

 

 

[B] APPENDIX B: The Will of John Terry of Southold, Suffolk County, Province of New York (1728) *

In the Name of God Amen I John Terry of Southold in the County of Suffolk in the Province of New York in America Yeoman being at present in some good measure of health and sound mind and memory thanks be given to God therefor but calling to mind the uncertainty of this life and that it is appointed for all men once to Die doe make constitute appoint and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament that is to say principally and first of all I recommend my Soul into the hands of God who gave it and my body to the Earth to be buried at the discretion of my Executr. and as touching my worldly Estate I give Demise & Dispose of the same in the following manner and form Firstly, I give & bequeath unto my beloved Wife Hannah my best room in my dwelling house and one third part of all my lands and meadows in the said Town and all my moveable Estate during the time that she remains my Widdow and not longer and if my said Wife doth marry again that then and in such case my absolute Will and pleasure is that my said Wife shall have no more of my Estate either Real or Personal then what the Law allowes to her or any other married woman and the two thirds of my said moveable Estate shall be equally divided between my three Daughters namely Sarah Hannah and Abigail (excepting so much of the same as I shall herein give unto my Sons) to whome I do give the same for ever any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding  Secondly I give Demise and bequeath unto my Son John Terry all my Lands and meadows in Oyster Ponds lower neck in the said Town to him his heirs and assigns for ever and also all my other Lands in the said Town I give Demise and bequeath unto my said Son John and to his heirs and assigns for ever always provided and here it is provided and the true Intent and meaning of this my last Will is that my said Son John Terry shall pay unto my Son Samuel Terry the sum of thirty pounds our money of New York within one year next after my Decease and also pay unto my Son Richard Terry the sume of thirty pounds current money of New York within two years next after my Decease and also shall pay unto my Son Robert Terry the sume of thirty pounds currant money of New York within three years next after my Decease which if my said Son John Terry shall refuse or neglect to do that then and in such case my absolute Will and pleasure is that my said three Sons namely Samuel, Richard and Robert shall each of them have one fifth part of all the Lands and meadows herein Willed and bequeathed to my said Son John to whom I do give the same and to their heirs and assigns for ever any thing in this my last Will contained to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding,  Thirdly I give and bequeath unto my Son John one yoak of Oxen one cow and six sheep and allso all my implements of Husbandry after my said Wife Interest is expired in the same by Virtue of my above gift unto her for the same  Lastly of this my last will and Testament I do hereby nominate apoint and Ordain my said beloved wife Hannah and my said Son John to be my Executrix and Executor with full power & authority to act in and about the presemisses.  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and fixed my Seal this sixth day of June in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and twenty eight,  the words (my sd Wife) was interlined twixt the ninth & tenth lines from the bottom before signing and Sealing

                                                                                                                                                John Terry                         (seal)

Signed Sealed and declared by the John Terry to be his last Will and Testament in the presence of us Witnesses

Grover Youngs

John Hempsted

Benj: Youngs

 

Proved on 3 April 1733, and Letters of Administration were granted to John Terry, the Executor, and Hannah Terry, the Executrix, in the said will.

 

* Transcribed by John A. Maltby from New York County Probate, Vol. 12, p. 136-138, copied from original Libor 12, p. 139-141.

 

 

[C] APPENDIX C: The Will of John Terry of Southold, Suffolk County, Province of New York (1772) *

In the Name of God Amen the thirteenth day of January 1772 I John Terry of Southold in the County of Suffolk and Collony of New York farmer being in perfect mind and memory thanks be given to God therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life I give demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form Imprimis I give and bequeath to my son Joseph a lot of land Containing five acres it being part of the farm where I now live bounded Northerly and easterly upon my own land Southerly upon the Highway and Westerly upon the land of Joseph Kings land also half an Acre fronting the Highway upon the south side bounded Westerly upon the land of Joseph Patty Southerly and easterly upon my own land (be it observ’d the five acre lot must not come within three rod of the barn) also four acres in the upper nick be it more or less bounded by Thomas Vail on the west and Daniel Tuthill on the east and the Highway on the south also two acres of meadow bounded on ye east by Jeremiah Vail also a privilege on long beach also one Cow. Item I give and bequeath to my son Jeremiah a lot of land lying in Easthamton bounded easterly by the lane of Daniel Daton and westerly by the land of Stephen Vail from the Cleft as far as the Cross fence only reserving a high way for my son John also my right of Commons at East Hamton with a priviledg upon long beach and one Cow. Item I give and bequeath to my son John all my land and meadow lying and being in Oyster pond excepting what is already bequeathed to my sons Joseph and Jeremiah together with the buildings thereunto belonging also a lot of woodland lying at Easthamton bounded northerly upon the land already bequeathed to my son Jeremiah easterly and southerly upon the land of Daniel Daton and westerly upon the land of Stephen Vail and be it Remembered my son John should have a priviledge of a highway to his land also a lot of land lying in the upper neck at the north side containing about three acres together with all my right of Commons in Southold further more I will and direct that if my son John dies without lawfull issue the farm on which I now live shall be equally divided betwixt my sons Joseph and Jeremiah that is to say the westermost part for Joseph and the Eastermost part for Jeremiah with the house and barn the meadow likewise to be equally divided likewise the land at Easthamton to be divided equly Item I give and bequeath to each of my daughters thirty pounds a piece with what they have had to be paid by my Executors hereafter mentioned. Also I order will and direct that my daughter Mehetable and my sister Sarah who are yet unmarried shall have a privaledge in my house so long as they live single. Furthermore I make and ordain my sons Joseph and Jeremiah Executors of this my last will and testament. And I do hereby disalow revoke and disanull all and every other former testaments wills legacies and bequests and Executors by me in any ways before named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written signed sealed published pronounced and declared by the said John Terry as his last will and testament in the presence of us

Joseph Lee                                                                                                                            John Terry                         (seal)

Asa King

Barnabas Tuthill

 

Thee foleing was writen befor sining and sealing and delivery that I give unto my son Jeremiah Terry and his heirs a lot of land lying southerly of my wod lot at Eas Hamton and bonded esterly and southerly by Daniel Daitonn likewise if my son John die without lawful Isu one lot of land in uper Neck at North sid I give unto my son Jeremiah Terry and his heirs

                                                                                                                                                John Tery                           (seal)

John Tuthill

Lydia Tuthill

Joseph Lee

Asa King

Barnabas Tuthill

 

Probated on 2 Dec. 1785, and proved by John Tuthill and Asa King, both of Southold. Letters of Administration granted to Joseph Terry and Jeremiah Terry, the Executors, on 21 Jan. 1786.

 

* Transcribed by John A. Maltby from New York County Probate, Vol. 38, p. 357-359, copied from original Libor 38, p. 320-322.

 

 

[D] APPENDIX D: The Will of James Overton of Cornwell, Orange County, Province of New York (1767) *

In the Name of God Amen I James Overton of the precinct of Cornwell the County of Orang and Province of New York being in a poor State of Health and of sound and perfect mind and memory praise be therefore give to Allmighty God I do make and ordain this my present last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say first and principally I commend my Soul into the hands of Almighty God hoping through the merits Death and passion of my Saviour Jesus Christ to have full and free parden and forgiveness of all my sins and to inherit Everlasting life and my body I commend to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hear afternamed and as touching the dispossession of all such temporal Estate as it hath pleased Allmighty God to besto upon me I give and dispose thereof as followeth first I will that my Debts and funeral shall be paid and discharged Item I give unto my Wife Mary all my houshold Goods at her dispose Item I give to my Wife the use of all my Estate for five years and then all to be sold except the household stuff which I gave to my wife and to be equally divided amongst my Children except my wifes thirds To those which are of Age any to my sun Jame Overton five pounds more then either of the rest and to pay to the rest as they come to Age except my wifes thirds of the whol and for my wifes thirds at Marag or decease to be equally devided amongst my Children I do give and bequeath unto my loving Wife Mary Overton and Curtis Colman full and soul Executors of this my last Will and Testament, to have full power and lawfull power and athority to sell all my Estate real and pearsonal to be disposed of as above riten and desier that my Body may be be buryed in some proper pucblick burying place and I do hearby revock disanull and make void all former Wills and Testaments by me heartofore made in Witness whereof I the said James Overton to this my last Will and Testiment set my hand and seal this sixt day of October and in the year of our Lord Christ one Thousand seven hundred and sixty seven

                                                                                                                                                James Overton                 (seal)

Sealed and pronounced and declared to be my last Will and Testament in Presents of us

Thomas Clark

Daniel Curtis

Nathaniel Jayne

 

Probed on 23 Feb. 1768, and proved by Thomas Clark, farmer, of Orange County. Letters of Administration granted to Mary Overton and Curtis Colman, the Executors, on 2 May 1768.

 

* Transcribed by John A. Maltby from New York County Probate, Vol. 26, p. 286-288, copied from original Libor 26, p. 246-247.