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   LB_00 Jedediah Allen/Elizabeth Howland from New England to Shrewsbury, NJ

                               SUMMARY
      Ralph Allen                      Esther Swift                       64  9G
      Jedediah Allen b                 Elizabeth Howland b                65  8G
      Esther Allen b1677               James Adams b1671                  66  7G
      Thomas Adams b1699               Hannah Sharp b1700                 67  6G
      Joseph Adams b1732               Elizabeth Lynch b1734              68  5G
      Benjamin Adams b1755             Rachel Scott b1772                 69  4G
      John Adams b1793                 Clarissa C. Roberts b1793          70  3G
      Charles Adams b1819              Rebecca Ann Shaw b1823             71  2G
      Catharine Adams b1858            John William Crossley b1862        72  1G
      Clarence Wesley Crossley b1894   Hannah Remick Townsend b1893       73  gp
      Kathryn Adams Crossley b1924     Warren Southwood Cook b1921        74   p


   LB_01 Silas Allen/Louisa Fay of Northboro, Worcexter Co.  MA

   LB_05 John Allen of Monmouth Co., NJ.

   LB_06 James Allen/Mary Gordon of Middletown Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ.

   LB_07 Abraham Allen/Mary  to Ginny & Charles

   LB_10 Arthur S. Allen/Luta Napier Doughty - Charlene's line

   LB_11 Mark Allen/Joyce Marie Kawulok

   Summary extractions of the Swan index of History of Monmouth County
   for Allen are now concluded.  Details in original book may be better.

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Ralph Allen _
   n. GMONJ
 with
   John _

John Allen _
   n. NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      The Rev. John Allen, the settled minister at Woodbridge, having died in
      the latter part of 1683, letters of administration were granted to his
      son John, by the Archbishop of Cante bury, 16S5 April 15. The instrument,
      which is in Latin, d scribes the residence of the deceased as being " the
      Island of New Jersey."^ The venerable prelate had a better knowledge
      of his prerogative than of the geography of America.
   wm 1683-4 Jan. 2 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, John, of Woodbridge, Clerk.
      Bond of John Dennes, of Woodbridge, planter, as administrator of the
      estate of; Nathaniel Fitzrandolph, of the same place, and William Looker,
      of Elizabeth Town, planter, fellow bondsmen.
      N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 56, and Middlesex Wills
      1683-4 Jan. 18. Inventory of the estate, #148.3.5, all personal, incl. 3
      gold rings, a small silver seal, a plate box, a small nutshell tipt with
      silver, a silver dram cup, a silver spoon, a library of 252 volumes,
      religious, medical, historical, and debts due by Samuel Moore,
      Sam'l Haile, Halick Codrick, Will. Legee, Jo" Wilkinson, Mathew More, of
      Elizabethtown, Jon Ogden, senior, Mr. Woodrofe, Joseph Bond,
      Nath' Bunnell, Jonas Wood, Richd Clark, John Cooth (? Booth), George Rose,
      John Ogden, junior, Eliz: Johnson, Will Cramer, Thos. More,
      Winkfield Mouldworth, Nicholas Carter, Moses Tomson, Roger Lambert,
      David Ogden, Benjamin Wade, Nathaniel Tuttle, of Pascattaway,
      Charles Gillman, Will.  Eets,: Spinage of Newark, Thos. Johnson,
      Mr. Crane, Thos. Person, Mr. Ritchell, Joseph Johnson, Mikeill Tomkins,
      Mrs. Abigal Person, John Baldwin, Will Shors, John Brown, John Breuin,
      Jonathan Gage, Thos. Lyon, Jasper Crane, Good: Duglash, Joseph Lindy,
      Abraham Person, Samuel Harison, Joseph Brown, John Ward the turner,
      Azariah Crane, Ephr. Burrell. Duplicate.
   wm 1685 Apr 15 Allen, John, senior, administration on the estate of,
      granted to his son John. N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 78
 with
   John _
   B


John Allen _
   bm~162_ ___ __ to Ralph Allen 64 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Bacon 65
   wm 1702-3 Jan. 4 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, John, of Middlesex Co., cooper; will of.
      Son John; daughters, names not given, under age. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: John Fitzrandolph and Nathaniel Fitzrandolph, junior,
      both of Woodbridge.
      Wit.: Mathew Bunn, John Cook and Milles Bunn.
      1702-3 Jan 28 proved.
      1702-3 Jan 08 Inventory of the personal estate (#45.14.1), made by
      Nathaniel Fitzrandolph and Samuel Hale.
   dm 1708 Oct 30
 with Elizabeth (nee Bacon 65) Allen
   Elizabeth _    Mary _         John _         Mercy _        Priscilla _
   b165107__      b16520204      b165411__      b165612__      b165912__
   Samuel _       Christopher _
   b166104        b166_

Elizabeth Allen _
   bf 1651 Jul __ to John Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Bacon _) Allen
   mm 1670/1 ___ __ Nathaniel Tompkins _
   df 1714 Mar 24  RIVR 7:1; AGDRI:2

Mary Allen _
   bf 1652/3 Feb __ to John Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Bacon _) Allen
   mm ____ ___ __ Rowland Robinson _
   df>1716  RIMM, AGDRI:2

John Allen _
   bm 1654 Nov __ to John Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Bacon _) Allen at
      Newport, RI
   mf ____ ___ __ Susanna Alger _
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane _ _
   n. from Rhode Island, original Monmouth County settler NJ_HOMonC P63.
   n. w. 1687-8 Jan 04 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Alger, Thomas, of Woodbridge Corporation, yeoman; will of.                      Wife Susanna, executrix; son William, daughter Mary Oilman, grandchild          John, son of John Allen, of Woodbridge. A plantation, a homelot in              Woodbridge, share in the mill by John Dennis.
      Wit.: Edward Slater, Richard Worth and Charles Oilman.
      1687-8 Jan 24 proved . N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 108, and Middlesex Wills
      1687-8 Jan 16 Inventory of the estate (#113.3.3, share of the grist mill),       made Samuel Moore and Edward Slater.
   dm 1702/3 Jan 04-08

Mercy Allen _
   bf 1656 Dec __ to John Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Bacon _) Allen
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Dunkin _, (Duncan?)

Priscilla Allen _
   bf 1659 Dec __ to John Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Bacon _) Allen
   df 1676 Oct 24 at Newport, unm. RIVR 7:85

Samuel Allen _
   bm 1661 Apr __ to John Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Bacon _) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Sanford _
   df~1717 ___ __ at Newport. AGDRI:438

Christopher Allen _
   bm 166_ ___ __ to John Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Bacon _) Allen
   md 1687 ___ __ Elizabeth Seyouche _
   dm 1739 Sep 13 at Kingstown, RI.  AGDRI:2,438

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Thomas Allen _
   mf Mary
   ld 1682 Sep 15 New Jersey, West Jersey Deeds 1676-1721 - Eavis P5
      Grantor: Samuel Cole
      Grantee: Samuel Jennings  .  purchased 1670 Mar 1
      Wit: Thomas Allen, Anthony Varman & Thomas ReveH
   wm 1684 July 16 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Thomas, of Burlington, shoemaker. Bond
      of Mary Allen, his widow, as administratrix of the estate, with
      Jonathan Stephenson, of the same place, carpenter, as fellow bondsman.
      1683 April 28. Inventory of the estate (#27.18.2), made by Tho.
      Revell, Richard Love and Edward Everett. Burlington Records, p. 7
      1717 April 10. AUice, James, letters of administration on the
      estate of, granted to James Banks. Lib. A, p. 50

Thomas Allen _
   n. w. 1731 Mar 10 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Heulings, Jacob, Jr., of Chester, Burlington Co.; will of.
      Children: Abraham, Joseph and Hannah, all under age. Brothers' and
      sisters' children. Negro boy. Sambo. Lands joining Joseph Fenimore,
      Thomas Allen and Peter Phillips.
      Exec.: father-in-law, Benjamin Moor, and brothers Joseph and William.
      Witnesses: Henry Dell, William Peachee, Sam'll Atkinson.
      1731-2 Jan 15 proved . Lib. 3, p. 186.
      1731-2 Feb 08. Inventory, #219.6.9 ; made by Robert Lucas and
      Joseph Fenimore. Includes negro woman, #10, Bible and other books.
   wm 1744 Mah lS NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Thomas, of New Hanover, Burlington Co., labourer.
      Administration on estate granted unto Thomas Miller,
      yeoman; John Stewart, yeoman, fellow bondsman. Lib. 5, p. 100.
      1745 Nov 30 Inventory of personal estate, #42.10.7; made by John
      Stewart and Jos. Steward.

Benjamin Allen _
   n. w. 17R0 Jul 22 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      CleKK, Joaeph, of New Hanover, Burlington Co., yeoman: will of.w
      Wife, Sarah, all estate, to enable her to bring up "my poor child
      Elizabeth."
      Exec.: friend, Joseph Arney, of New Hanover.
      Wit.: Moses Robins, Jur.. Benjamin Allen, Ephraim Robins, Henry Van Hook
      and Francis Williams.
      1750 Aug 06 proved.  Lib. 6, p. 344.
      1760 Jul 31 Inventory of personal estate, #106.17.6; made by Sam'I
      Emley and Moses Robins.
   n. w. 1740 Jul 22 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Clemanea, Edward. of Chester, Burlington Co.; will of.
      Sons: Benjamin, Judah and Ephraim. Real and personal estate.
      Wife, Elizabeth, sole executrix. Friend, Thomas Hackney, trustee.
      Wit.: Dan'll Morgan, Thomas Stokes, Joseph Heritage.
      1746 Sep 22 proved. Lib. 5, p. 283.
      1746 7th mo. (Sep)25th day Inventory of personal estate, #146;
      made by Dan'l Morgan and Robert Franch.
      1748 Feb 22. Clement, Benjamin, son of Edward Clement, aged 19
      years, makes choice of Samuel Stokes, of Chester, as his guardian.
      Bond of Samuel Stokes as guardian. Benjamin Allen, of Evesham,
      fellow bondsman. Lib. 6, p. 28.



John Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail
   wm 1715-16 Jan. 16 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, John, of Woodbridge, cooper; will of.
      Wife Deliverance; children: Samuel, John, Ursula, a 3'ounger daughter,
      name not given. Land bought of Moses Rolf, do., inherited from father,
      John Allen, personal property.
      Exec.: the wife with brother-in-law, John Heard (?).
      Wit.: Daniel Britten, John Thomson, Adam Hude.
      Proved before Jas. Smith, Secretary. Lib. A, p. 30
      1715 . Inventory of the personal estate (#105.3.0, incl. a great Bible,
      #r. lo, and a small one 6 shil.), made by Samuel Deiines and Uan Britten.
   n. w. 1716 Nov 19 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Mattock, Kichard, of Elizabeth Town, yeoman.
      Administration on the estate of, granted to John Allen of the same place
      and wife Abigail. Lib. A, p. 47
   n. w. 1718-19 Fel). 18 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allan, John, administration of the estate of,
      granted to John Vinall and Richard Haniman. Lib. A, p. 114

John Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Revell _.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomkas Revell _ et ux Mary
   n. w. 1711 May 28 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Gardiner. Mathrw. of Wellingborrow, Burlington Co., mariner; will of.
      Children: Thomas, Abraham and Mary, all under age. Kinsman Joseph Furnis
      and sister's children. Land now in possession of John Allen and
      George Willis, and house and lot in possession of William Snowden; also
      land on River Delaware adjoining Johnson.
      Exec.: wife, Sarah, and friend Richard Smith, Jun'r, of Burlington,
      merchant.
      Wit.: Robert Lucas, Robert Lucas, Jun'r, Sam. Scattergood.
      1731 Sep 03 proved. Lib. 3, p. 148.
      1731 Aug 03 Inventory. #260.8.11 ; made by Robert Lucas and
      Sam. Scattergood. Includes (juadrant scale, Callinder and Atkinson's
      Epitomy; also hay in partnership with Tho: Hunlock ; bond from
      Jos: Overton and Sam'l Wilson, and a negro man Simon.
   n. w. 1715 Nov 18 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Revell, Mary, of Burlingron, widow of Thomas; will of.
      Legacies to grandchildren viz: children of son-in-law Joseph White, Mary,
      Joshua and Ann; children of Joshua Newbould dec'd; children of son-in-law
      Anthony Elton dec'd, to wit: Revell and Anthony Elton; to Hannah Hileard,
      Elesebeth, daughter of Barthnall and Mary Leeds, Thomas Potts junior.
      Son-in-law John Allen and wife Hannah residuary legatees. Farm over
      Rancocus Creek, derived from late husband. Personal property.
      Exec.: sons-in-law Joseph White and John Allen.
      Wit.: William Webster, Tho. Frampton, John Cox.
      1715-6 January 2 proved
      1715-6 Jan 02 Inventory of the persona] estate, #45.10.-; made by
      Thomas Shreve and Sam'l Bustill,
   n. w. 1715 Nov 18 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Revell, Mary, of Burlingron, widow of Thomas; will of.
      Legacies to grandchildren viz: children of son-in-law Joseph White, Mary,
      Joshua and Ann; children of Joshua Newbould dec'd; children of son-in-law
      Anthony Elton dec'd, to wit: Revell and Anthony Elton; to Hannah Hileard,
      Elesebeth, daughter of Barthnall and Mary Leeds, Thomas Potts junior.
      Son-in-law John Allen and wife Hannah residuary legatees. Farm over
      Rancocus Creek, derived from late husband. Personal property.
      Exec.: sons-in-law Joseph White and John Allen.
      Wit.: William Webster, Tho. Frampton, John Cox.
      1715-6 January 2 proved
      1715-6 Jan 02 Inventory of the persona] estate, #45.10.-; made by
      Thomas Shreve and Sam'l Bustill,
   n. w. 1719-20 Jan. 5 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Hiller, Hillard, John, of Northampton Township, Burlington Co.
      Inventory of the personal estate, #109.11.-; made by Richard Ears and
      William Mains; sworn to by Martha HUlard.
      1719-20 March 7. Bond of Martha Hillard as administratrix of the
      estate. Zachariah Rosel and Joseph Hillard fellow bondsmen, all of said
      Co. Administration Bonds, 1716-1756
      1725-6 Feb 16 Account of tlie estate by the administratrix, Martha Hiller,
      who has paid debts due by the estate to John Burr, Richard Smith jr.,
      Abr'm Bickley, Eliz. Humphris, Richard Still, Sam. Bustill, Wm.  Burge,
      Rob't Lodge, Daniel Wills the smith, Abr'm Heulings, Elizabeth Hiller,
      Daniel Smith, John Carlile, Joseph Heulings, Sam'l Reves, Sam'l Brock,
      Zachariah Rozell, Richard Eayer, Wm. Haines, Rich'd Webster, Gervas Hall,
      George Willis, Edward Hiller, Jacob Lamb, John Allen, John Hiller, and
      filial portions to Jo'n, Joseph, Elizabeth, Jane, Edward Hiller,
      John Adkinson and wife, Robert Lodge and wife Ester, claiming for her-
      self one-third of the balance in hand.
   n. w. 1713-4 Feb 22 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Ogborn, John, of Burlington, innholder.
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #310.17.4, incl. bonds etc.
      #171.18.8; made by Sam'l Goldy, Thomas Wetherill and John Allen.
      1713-4 Feb. 14. Administration on the estate granted to his widow
      Anne Ogborn. Lib. i, p. 438
   n. w. 1715 (rat eaten) 26 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Westland, Nathaniel, of Burlington, merchant; will of.
      Wife Deborah. Son-in-law Roberds, physician, daughter Elizabeth.
      The paper is so much destroyed by rats that the provisions of the will
      cannot be learned.
      Wit.: John Allen, Justice, Lewis Jolly, Vm. CoUum.
      1716 ___ 15 proved .
      The record, _. 2, p. 75, supplies the date of the will as March 26
      and of the proof as January 15. The name of the son-in-law is John Rob-
      erds, husband of dau. Elizabeth, who has four children. The will dis-
      poses of real and personal property (a silver porringer and do. spoon).
      The wife sole executrix. Lib. 2, p. 75
    n. w. 1720 Apr 06.  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Smith, Manuel, of Burlington; will of.
      Wife Sarah. Daughters: Sarah, Mary and Anne. "Temporal estate."
      Exec.: the wife, Daniel Smith senior and George Willis.
      Wit.: Sam'l Furnis, Joshua Raper, Gervas Hall.
      1720 Jun 06 proved.  Lib. 2, p. 142
      1720 June 6. The widow Sarah Smith and George Willis refuse to act
      as executors, preferring to leave the administration to Daniel Smith.
      1720 May 27. Inventory of the personal estate, #659.18.85, inch a
      silver tankard #9.18-, and debts due by John Woodward, James Quest,
      Joshua Owen, John Shinn, Joshua Raper, Rowland Ellis, Abraham Locket,
      Vanseure & Plate, James Smart, Wm. Trent, Sol. Smith, Jeremiah Bass,
      Thos. Fraiopton, John Smith, Chas. Levally, James Vnee(?), Obed. Eldridge,
      Tho: Middleton, Joseph Furnis, Barn. Laine, Peter Bard, Sam. Marmion,
      Thos. Brock, Michiel Newbold, Mary Hancock, Thos.  Shreve, James Tomson,
      Rob't Stork, Wm. Petty, Martha Huddy, John Fisher, Sam. Kemble,
      Wm. Cuttlar, Edmond Cough, etc.
      1729 June 20. Account of the personal estate by the executor of his last
      will, Daniel Smith, who has increased it by #1.2.11, received from
      John Petty and has paid debts due to Michael Kearney, Richard Smith,
      George Willis, Wm. Fenimore, Rich'd Wright, John Smith, Rebecca Wheeler
      Thomas Scattergood, Jos. Furniss, .Thomas Shreeve, Jos'a Rapier,
      Sam'l Bustill, Isaac Pearson, Nathan Folwell, John Neal, Wm. Wood,
      Abr'm Heulings, Solomon Smith, John Stockton, Samuel Kemble, Peter Fearne,
      John Carlisle, Isaac Decow, Jos. White, John Shinn, Nicholas Roach,
      Peter Ross, Wm. Robinson, John Allen, Rob't Storks, Michael Newbould,
      James Quest, Samuel Cox, Isaac Williams, Mary Francis, Caleb Rapier,
      Abr'm Bickley, John Costar, Jasper Mcone, Geo. Morris, Edward Fisher,
      Joseph Welch, Obadiah Ireton, Thos. Peachy, John Parsons, Richard Allison,
      W^m. Cale, Renier Tyson, Paul Watkinson, Joseph Smith, Thomas Hunloke,
      Wm. Cuttler, Thomas Cuttler, Samuel Smith, James Craft, Mathew Derham,
      widow Ann Reeves of Ancokus, Joshua Rapier (for a pair of shoes 6s. 6d.),
      Thomas Curtiss, John Dawson, Sarah Land, mantuamaker, 8s. for dresses
      made for Sarah and Anne, daughters of Manuel Smith.
      . Account of the real estate, of which meadows and pastures near the
      Church in Burlington have produced in rent from 1720 Jun 15, to
      1724 July I at #20 per annum #80, and since then under a lease to
      Thos, Hunloke for 5 years at #26.13.4, #106.13.4, in all #186.13.4, the
      executor having paid out thereof to Sarah, the widow of Manuel Smith,
      #51.10, and #82.9.1 for repairs and improvements.
   n. w. 1722 Dec 22 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      White, Elizabeth, of Burlington, single woman.
      Bond of her sister, Ann White of Burlington, spinster, as administratrix
      of the estate of. Anthony Elton and Joseph Heulings, both of the same
      place cordwainers, fellow bondsmen. Lib. 2, p. 196
      1722 Dec 22 Inventory of the personal estate, #166.13.11, incl. 40oz. and
      i pwt. of plate #1.11.10, coral and bels weighing i^ oz. 4 pwt.,
      and a necklace of amber 19s. ifp., bonds due by William Earle and
      Tho: Shinn, Samuel Goldy and Zechary Gess, Thomas Kinsey senior and
      junior, and George Morris, Richard Smith junior and John Tomkins; made
      by John Allen and Rowland Ellis.
      1727-8 Jan. 2. Account of the estate by the administratrix, Ann
      White, now wife of Joseph Heulings.
   n. w. 1724-5 Jan 26 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Bass, Jeremiah, of Burlington; will of.
      Gives directions about burial by an Episcopal clergyman, and leaves 40
      shill.  sterl. annually to the Rector of St. Mary's, in Burlington, or to
      Christ Church, Philadelphia, for preaching two sermons every year, on
      Easter and on Whitsunday. Wife Elizabeth; children Katherin, wife of
      Robert Talbot, Anne and Birchfield. Real and personal estate.
      The wife sole executrix with son-in-law Talbot, daughter Anne and
      Andrew Hamilton as advisers.
      Wit.: Sam'l Bustill, John Allen, Tho: Hunloke.
      1725 August 09 proved.Lib. 2, p. 312
      1725 Nov.: . Inventory of the personal estate, #301.4.3, incl. i lb. 6 oz.
      II pwt. 9 gr. of plate, #59.19.9; teaspoons, &c., #1.7.6; 13 great, 48
      small pictures and 8 old prints, #8.17; a clock, #12; a silver watch,
      #3.10, an Indian woman, #30; made by Asher Cleayton and Tho: Hunloke.
   n. w. 1727 Sep 04 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      White, Martha, of Burlington, taleris (tailoress); will of.
      Divides personal estate between sisters Hannah White, Ann, wife of
      Joseph Hewlings, and Abraham Hewlings, the son of Ann; making brother
      Joseph Hewlings executor.
      Wit.: Thomas Hall, Nathan Lovett, Isaac de Cow.
      1727 Nov 20 proved . Lib. 2, p. 456
      1727-8 Mar 02 Inventory of the personal estate, #147.13.111-, incl.
      7 oz. 7 pwt. 2 gr. of old plate #2.10.6^, among things in Mr.
      Joseph Hewlings' house, a prayer book is. 6p. in Mrs. Hannah White's
      room in Mr.  Bard's house, and bonds due by: Dunlap and Thos. Kinsey &
      Son #45.16.3, a legacy left by Thos. Revel in hands of Jos. White with
      interest for II years #70.10; made by Jno. Allen and Rowland Ellis.
   n. w. 172S Nov 14 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      WiiliH, GeorKe, of Town and Co. of Burlington, innholder; will of.
      Wife, Mary, executrix, with assistance of friends, Mr.  Charles Read, of
      Philada., merchant, and Mr. John Allen, of Burlington, as trustees.
      Sons: George. John and Charles, all under age.  Land in Town and Island of
      Burlington, adjoining Richard Wright and Isaac DeCow. House and lot where
      Thomas Shrieve now lives, and meadow adjoining Francis Smith.
      Wit.: Isaac Pearson, Joseph Heritage, Is. DeCow.
      1731 Jun 08 Codicil. Since making will I have bought of Henry Clothier a
      lot in Burlington, which I bequeath to my son Charles.
      Wit.: Wm. Bicklev, Thos. Hunlock, Sam. Buckley.
      1731 Sep 06 proved .  Lib. 8, p. 150.
   n. w. 1732 May 10.  NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Fenton, Enoch, of Town and Co. of Burlington, butcher; will of.
      Children: Enoch, Eleazer, Vesta and Rachel, all under age. Brother and
      sister: Jeremiah and Elizabeth Fenton. By agreement am to receive an
      estate in fee from John Finney and Mary his wife of lands in Springfield.
      Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: wife, Rachel and friend Samuel Scattergood, latter to be guardian
      of children.
      Wit.: Sam'l Bustill, Jos. Rockhill, Joseph Rose, John Jones.
      1732 Sep  2 proved. Lib. 3, p. 212.
      1732 Aug 31 Inventory of the personal estate, #542.7.2 '/j; made by
      Silas Crippin and George Eyre. Includes bonds of Benjamin Crispin,
      Edward Barton, Samuel Bunting, Benjamin Barets. John Kembel. Joseph
      ...................
      Smith, Edward Kembel, Matthew Wood, Thomas Butcher, Ralph Peart,
      John Allen, Esq., Peter Fern. James Killegrove, George Gess. Peter Mer-
   n. w. 1732 Sep S3 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Reeve, Ann, of Northampton, Burlington Co., widow; will of. Sons: Walter,
      William, Joseph, Elisha, Caleb and Samuel. Personal estate.
      Exec.: -son, Samuel.
      Wit.: Jas.  Smith, Jno. Allen, Sam'l Bustill.
      1733 Jul 31 proved.  Lib. 3, p. 356.
      1733 Aug 20 Inventory, #114.6.2 ; made by Revell Elton and Samuel Woolman.
      1734 Dec 20 Account of executor, showing payments to James Veree
      (for coffin), Wm. Collum, Mary Willis, Samuel Scattergood, Samuel Bustill,
      Peter Ross, Elizabeth Frampton, Thos. Elkinton, John Allen,
      Joseph Devenish, John Wills, Esq.
   n. w. 1732 Oct 30 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Smith, James, Esq., late Secretary of the Province.
      "Inventory as the same was found at the Opening of his Scritore and
      Chests at the Point house in Burlington, #1282.14;" made by Jno. Allen,
      Isaac Pearson, Mahlon Stacy. Gold and paper money, #76.14.6. Sword,
      silver watch and pair of pistols, etc. Moneys due on securities in
      hands of Wm. Smith, and a negro boy. Burlington Wills, 2395 C.
   n. w. 1740 May 03 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Logan, William, of Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Sarah. Youngest daughter, Mary. Other children: Anne, Staffle,
      William and Sarah.
      Exec.: Ephraim Lockheart and Richard Porter.
      Wit.: James McCrea, Ralph Smith and John McGallird.
      1749 May 08 proved. Lib. 6, p. 306.
      1749 May 09, 10. Inventory of estate of William Logan, "late of Ridden
      Town" (Readington), (#424.9.2), includes a pleasure "slay," two yoke
      of oxen, two guns, large Bible, books; 270 acres of land leased from Mr.
      James Logan of Stenton, in Philadelphia County, (#200), planks at
      Joshua Nichols; money due from Patrick Brown, John Bodine,
      Alexander Hunter, James Woods' part of the fulling mill, and John Allen.
      Debts due from Thomas Lane, Cornelius Weacoff, John Weacoff.
      Cornelius Skinner, Samuel Bernardt. Derrick Morlat. John Reed,
      Staftel Vock, Ephraim Lockheart, John Vandwenler, Nathan Dally,
      John Mallick, John Andrews, James Andrew, Duman McQuoan, John Faze,
      Abraham Dally, Andreas Wortman, William Bay, Jonathan Delley and
      Valentine Faze. Made by Joshua Nichols and William Jones.
      1752 Dec 27 Account of executors mentions Anthony White, William Logan of
      Philadelphia, Hendrick Hendrickson, Tunis Vandever, Cornelius Wycoff,
      William Alexander, Peter Boun. Hugh Tompson. Aaron Longstreet,
      Robert Cummins, Joseiih Furman, Estate of Thomas Nobie. Samuel Johnson.
      James Wood, Jacob Angell, Jacob Tennicke, William Osborn, James McCoy,
      John Broughton, John Collins, John Vandeventer. Doctor Liddle,
      Jacob Cline, Doctor Vanwagener, John Vansickle, Mary Buckley, Mr. Guilard.
      John Allan, Cornelius Low, John Walker, Thomas Helam, John Coleman,
      John Henry, Robert Simpson. John Langerfelt, John Spencer, James McGill,
      Maur's CJlanviel. Archibald Marryon, Ralph Smith, Joshua Nichols.
      James Wood, William McKenney.
   n. w. 1740 Aug 24 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Hunlock, Tbomas, of City of Burlington, gent.; will of.
      Wife, Sarah, profits of my ferry for two years till son, Bowman, is 21.
      Daughter, Mary, 4 silver spoons formerly belonging to her sister Peggy.
      Grandson, John Render. Rudolph Price, all the money he owes me. Negro
      servant. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: wife, with Isa: DeCow and John Allen to assist her.
      Wit.: Isa: DeCow, Thos. Shaw, Row'd Ellis.
      1746 Oct 03 proved.  Lib. 5, p. 290.
      1746 Nov 22 Inventory, #372.16.1'/^; made by Jos. Hollinshead and
      Row'd Ellis. Includes, of books, Poulton's Statutes, Burnet's History,
      Dalton's Justice, Sacred Divinity, Scrivener's Guide, History of the
      Tartars; also three slaves, eight day clock and Dutch cabinet.
   n. w. 1741 Apr 02  NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Leeds, Thomas, of City of Burling-ton, cooper; will of.
      Paul Watkinson, present "dark" of Church of Burlington, lot and house
      where I now live, he paying to Revel Elton, of Northampton, and Ann his
      present wife, my cousin, #10. Legacies to Mary (present wife of
      Paul Watkinson); the minister of the Church at Burlington; Samuel Lovett,
      shoemaker, and Mary, his present wife; Anthony Elton, shoemaker, the wife
      of Edward Cowgill; Mary, wife of Richard Yoe and the three daus. she had
       by Bethanah Leeds, viz., Elizabeth, Ann and Lueretia; John Sanders,
      "charemaker;" Elizabeth Pomptlett, late of Burlington; old Robert Nailer
      and Dority his wife; Edmund Jones, a lame joyner: all living in
      Burlington. Joseph Heulings, shoemaker, and Ann, his present wife, my
      Great Bible.  Overseer of the highways of said City of Burlington, #4,
      towards moulding said highways. John Stockton, an old man in Springfield.
      Remainder of estate for poor folks and widows.
      Exec.: John Allen, Esq., of Burlington, Paul Watkinson and Joseph Hulings.
      Wit.: Simon Nightingale, Nicholas Toy, Isaac Hewlings, Jacob Sullivan,
      Isa. DeCow.
      1742 Feb 20 Codicil. The legacy given to Elizabeth, wife of
      Benjamin Kemble, not to be paid, but the money he oweth me to pay the rent
      for the Minister of Burlington Church. #3 to be added to legacy of
      Joseph Hulings. Legacies to the three youngest children of Benjamin and
      Elizabeth Wheats, viz., Hannah, Dinah and Abigail.
      Wit.: Caleb Raper, Joshua Raper, Isa. DeCow.
      1743 Jul 15 proved. Lib. 4, p. 368.
      1743 Jul 05 Inventory of the personal estate, #178.13.5 ; made by
      Saml. Lovett and John Budd. Includes cash in the hands of Joseph Hul-
      ings. bond due from Benj. Kemble and Anthony Elton to go to the use
      of the Church, and an old Sword.
   n. w. 1742-3 Jan 18 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Gibbs, Isaac, of Mansfield, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Ann, 1-3 of moveable estate, she paying Rebeckah,
      widow of Richard Gibbs, #10. Children of son, Richard, dec'd: Isaac.
      Joseph, Rebeckah and Susannah; the sons to have plantations adjoining
      Joseph Pope, John Bufing and Michael Newbold. Children: Frances, Isaac,
      John and Sarah Dickinson. The children of son Isaac Gibbs, by his first
      wife, viz., Benjamin, Hanah, Sarah Hutchin, Mary, Marcey, Jonathan,
      Joshua, Susannah, Isaac and Rebeckah. Children of son John, viz., Robert,
      Martin, Elizabeth, Edward and Richard.
      Exec.: son, Francis, and Joseph Pope.
      Wit.: William Pancoast, Caleb Scattergood, Joshua Scattergood.
      1750 Jun 23 proved .
      1749 Joseph Pope declines to accept executorship.  Lib. 6, p. 318.
      1749 Sep 22 Inventory, #805.18 ; made by Benja. Tallman and Jos.  Talman.
      1750 Jun 16 Bond of Joseph Pope, yeoman, of Mansfield, as administrator of
      estate, left unadministered by Francis Gibbs. William Skeeles, fellow
      bondsman.
      1767 Jul 20 Account of Samuel Black, one of the executors of Joseph Pope,
      dec'd, who was surviving executor of Isaac Gibbs, Sen'r, of Mansfield.
      Payments to J. Scattergood, Peter Harvey, Benj. Talman, Wlm.  Picketts,
      Benjamin Gibbs, F. Hammel, Eliz. Cowgill, Ann Cowgill ; and legacies paid
      Jno. Allen in right of his wife, Rebeckah. Jno. Hutchin in right of his
      wife, Benj., Jno. and Mary Gibbs, Raworth Beck in right of his wife,
      Jno. Hammel, Jun'r, in right of his wife, Joshua, Susannah, Isaac, Jun'r,
      and Rebecca Gibbs, executors of F. Gibbs, Sarah Dickinson, Isaac, Martin
      and Rob't Gibbs, Eliz. Davenport, Edw'd, Isaac and Rich'd Gibbs.
   n. w. 1747 Aug 28 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Skirm, Richard, of Nottingham, Burlington Co. Int.
      Adm'x, Elizabeth Skirm, widow. John Allen, of Trenton, sadler, surety.
      Wit.: Benjamin Taylor. (Hunterdon Wills), 204 J.
      1727 Oct 27 Inventory of estate of Richard Skirm, fuller, (#129.7.0)
      includes clock, #5, 2 Bibles, 2 guns, press papers, dye stuff and log
      wood, 3 bbls. of soap. Made by David Dunbar and John Yard.
   n. w. 1748 Jan 10 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Hanlock, Sarah, of City of Burlington, widow; will of.
      Sister Hannah Buddell. Son, Bowman Hunlock, at 21, which will be in about
      4 months, all estate, real and personal.
      Exec.: son.  Bowman, and Revell Elton, Esq. John Allen, Esq., and
      Isaac DeCow to be trustees.
      Wit.: John Neale, William Horst, Hannah Budwell.
      1748 Jul 07 proved.
      1748 Jul 07 Revell Elton renounces executorship in favor of the son.
      Bowman. Lib. 5, p. 468.
      1748 Jul 09 Inventory, #294.9.1 ; made by Thomas Scattergood and
      John Bacon. Includes 52 ounces of plate (#30.11.11), eight day clock
      (#10), and negro boy and girl (#60).
   n. w 1750 Apr 03 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Gibbs, Franris, of Mansfield, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Elizabeth. Children: Richard, Francis, Elizabeth and Mary.
      Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: Benjamin and Joseph Talman.
      Wit.: Caleb Scattergood, Thomas Thompson, Job Talmann.
      1750 May 09 proved. Lib. 6, p. 345.
      1750 May 08 Inventory, #319.3.41/2 ; made by John Antram and Job Talman.
      Includes bonds and bills due from John Thorn, Wm. French, Isaac Cogel,
      James Pugsley. Thos. Hays. John Imlay, Peter Kerlin. Jonathan Scattergood,
      John Buffin, Joseph Atkinson, John Atkinson, Matthew Forsyth,
      Caleb Scattergood, Joseph Branson, James Bell, Daniel Parker,
      John Hutchin, Wm. Ricketts.
      1752 Oct 23 Account of the executors showing payments to Richard,
      Elizabeth and Francis Gibbs, Joshua Gile, Jos. Scattergood.
      Thomas Woodward, William Pancoast. Job Ridgway, Alex'r Grant. Joseph Pope,
      BenJ. Gibbs, Jos. Atkinson, Pet. Hersey, Jos. English. Ann Shaw,
      John Antram. Henry Delalush, John Allen. John Buffin, John English.
      Isaac Gibbs, Jun'r, Jos. Wright, Peter Kurlin. Jas. Pugges.
   wm 1750 Deo 03 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, John, Esq., of city of Burlington.
      Hannah Allen, widow, renounces administration and requests that same be
      granted her son, John Allen, Esq.
      1750 Dec 08 Bond of John Allen, of Hunterdon Co., Esq. as ad-
      ministrator. Bennet Bard and Joseph Hollinshead of city of Bur-
      lington, Esqrs. fellow bondsmen. Lib. 7, p. 29.
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   bm ____ ___ __ to John Allen _ et ux Hannah (nee Revell _) Allen
  n. w. 17__ Jun 01 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Porlerfield    John, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co.. merchant; will of.
      If nece.ssary, executors to sell 200 acres out of a tract
      on south branch of Rariton River in East Jersey, containing 1,000
      acres, bought of William Farquhar, who received same from Evan
      Drummond. Brother, Alexander Porlerfleld, of Duchall, Scotland.
      Lands in East Jersey received from John, Earle of Mellfort, deceased,
      conveyed to testator by deeds from William Corby, sheriff of Middle-
      sex and Bernard Vanbryck, Sheriff of Monmouth County. To Wil-
      liam Farquhar, chyrurgeon at Brunswick in this Province, the testa-
      tor's nephew, one-third of the forge at Trenton, with' the lands,
      houses, waterworks, etc., with 100 acres of land bought of George
      Green in Nottingham Township, a tract in said township adjoining the
      Pond Run, bought of Robert Eaton, and a tract in same township on
      Mirey Run adjoining land late of John Cox, surveyed by Samuel
      Green. Nephew, William Rallston, in Ayrshire. Emanuel Walker,
      Collector of Port Glasgow. Boyd Porterfield, grandson of testa-
      tor's brother, bond due testator, dated June, 1708, for 2,346 marks
      Scotts, or #130 Sterling. Bond from James Stuart, of Lum loch, the
      testator's uncle, payable to testator's mother and by her assigned
      to him; this bond left with testator's brother in 1708 with power of
      attorney; testator is informed the bond was paid by the Earl of Glas-
      gow; the principal was for #1,000 Scotts or #83.6 Sterling, dated
      about 1700, or before. If above legatees die. then legacies to next
      heir of the family who shall succeed to the estate of Duchall after
      the decease of testator's nephew, William Porterfield.
      Exec.: John Kinsey of Philadelphia, attorney-at-law, Joseph Peace of
      Trenton, and William Farquhar, the testator's nephew.
      Wit.: Thomas Barnes, Jr.. Elisha Beadles, John Allen, Jr.
      1738 June 16 proved Lib. 4, p. 136.
   n. w. 1747 Jun 08 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Stout, Jamen, of Hopewell, Hunterdon Co. Int.
      Adm'r, Joseph Stout of Hopewell. John Allen, Jr., of Trenton, sadler,
      surety.
      Wit.: Joshua Howell. Lib. 5, p. 464.
   n. w. 1730 VuK 25 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Barnen, Tboman, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Elizabeth. Son, Thomas, to have one-half of lot and a house
      formerly belonging to Jeptha Smith in Trenton. Son. John, other half of
      lot and stable, and one-half of shalop called the "Elizabeth." Daughters:
      Mary and Rachel. Wife, executrix.
      Wit.: Wm. Atlee, John Allen, Jr., and Daniel Hendry.
      1740 Apr 09 proved. Lib. 4, p. 227.
   n. w. 1730-1 12 mo. (Feb.) 33rd day NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Boulsby (Bowlsby), Th*mas, now of Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      "Whereas in Oct. 1727 there was surveyed unto me in Hunterdon Co.
      1550 acres of land, 500 of which I sold to Abraham Hulings of Burlington,
      Esq. I now order the remainder to be sold to pay my debts." Son, Thomas,
      now in old England, land on branch of Rairington (Raritan) River in
      Hunterdon Co.  Son, George, land lying between Whipeney Town and
      Mary Bullis.  Son, John, to have his full quantity of my land.
      Father-in-law, Sam'U Barker, in his will gave land to my children:
      Elizabeth, Martha, Jane and Richard: 200 acres in West Jersey.
      Exec.: Son, John, and friend, Abraham Hulings, Esq.
      Wit.: Jno. Allen, Sam'l Bickley, Thos. Scattergood, Sam'l Scattergood,
      Nathaniel Wilkison.
      1730 Mar 18, proved. Lib. 3, p. 121.
      1730-1 Mar 17 Inventory of personal estate, #82.2.6 ; made by James
      Billyeld, Nathaniel Wilkison and Titan Leeds.
   n. w. 1740 Feb 15 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Ring, Bellas, of Hopewell, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Deborah. Children to be brought up out of estate, boy until 21, and
      girl until 18. Son, Nathaniel; daughter, Deborah.
      Wife, executrix.
      Wit.: Joseph Overton, Thomas Barnes, John Allen, Jr.
      1741 Apr 07 proved. Lib. 4, p. 278.
      1741 Apr 06 Inventory (#371.1.0) includes negro slave, #35. Made
      by Thomas Barnes, Reuben Armitage, John Hart, Jr.
   n. w. 1740, lieo. '2.
      Brearley. JoMcph, of Maidenhead, Hunterdon Co.
      Inventory of personal estate, #198.4.1; made by Samuel Hunt and John Ely.
      1740-1, Jan. 19. Renunciation of Phebe Brearley, widow of Joseph
      Brearley of Maidenhead, in favor of Benjamin Brearley, brother of de-
      ceased, for the administration.
      Wit.: Gregory (or George) Rozel and Alex : Biles.
      1740, Jan. 23. Bond of Benjamin Brearley. of Maidenhead, yeoman, as
      administrator. John Ely, of Trenton, yeoman, and John Allen of Trenton,
      Sadler, sureties. Lib. 4, p. 266.
   n. w. 1744 Apr 28 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Peace, Joseph, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co., gentleman; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Daughter, Sarah Peace. To William Pridy and Ann Pridy.
      Isaac Watson to sell testator's real estate and proceeds to be divided
      into eight parts; for testator's wife, Mary, and son, Joseph, each two
      parts, balance to children, Isaac, Sarah, Johanna and Deborah Peace.
      Exec.: wife, and brother-in-law Isaac Watson.
      Wit.: Jno. Hrorock, William Sprouls, John Harding, Jr.
      1744 Jun 10 proved. Lib. 5, p. 33.
      1750 Apr 13 Bond of John Allen, Jr., of Trenton, yeoman, as administrator
      of estate of Joseph Peace, left unadministered by the executors.
      Thomas Tindall, of Trenton, millwright, surety.
      1758 Feb 10 Account of John Allen, adm'r, mentions Edward Stevenson
      (for Joseph and Isaac Peace), Captain John Anderson, John Barnes
      (for Joanna and Deborah Peace), Mrs. Sheard, Joseph Woodward (for boarding
      and schooling Joseph and Isaac Peace), George Davis, John Baldwin,
      Jno. Abraham Denormandy, Edward Paxton, Sarah Chubb, Benjamin Rendle,
      William Morris, Esquire, William Cleay, Englehart, Henry Inglehart,
      Conrad Cotts, John Ob Dike, William Yard, Peter Lott, William Moorhead,
      Samuel Leonard, Jno. Axfoard, Jno. Thomscn, Jno.  Dagworthy,
      Richard Funnan, Jno. Smith, Henry Carter, Mrs. Gold, Thomas Moore.
      1758 Oct 09 Bond of Sarah Chubb, of Trenton, widow, as administratrix
      of estate of Joseph Peace, left unadministered by John Allen,
      Theophilus SevernK, of Trenton, surety on bond.
      Wit.: Deborah Peace and Mary Barnes.
   n. w. 1745-6 12th mo. (Feb.) 14th day NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Owen, Joahaa, of Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Sarah. Son, Humphrey, and other children mentioned but not named;
      an expected child. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: wife, and brother Rowland Owen.
      Wit.: John Butcher, John Allen, John Woolman.
      1745 March 21 proved.
      Lib. 5, p. 228.
      1745-6, March 8. Inventory, #231. ; made by John Atkinson and Jos.
      Fenimore.
   n. w. 1747 Jun 08 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      S4out, Jamen, of Hopewell, Hunterdon Co. Int. Adm'r,
      Joseph Stout of Hopewell. John Allen, Jr., of Trenton, sadler, surety.
      Wit.: Joshua Howell. Lib. 5, p. 464.
      1731, April 15. Stoat, John, son and heir-at-law of James Stout,
      late of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., above 14. John Manners, of Amwell,
      guardian. "Seal affixed at Fort George in New York." Lib. 3, p. 142.
   n. w. 1748 May 31 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Palmer, Thomas, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co.
      nthony Palmer declines to administer on the estate of his son,
      Thomas Palmer, and requests that administration be granted to
      Mr. John Allen, Jr. Dated, Kensington, 1748 May 21.
      Wit.: by William Yard. Hunterdon Wills, 223 J.
      1748 May 30 Adm'r, John Allen, of Trenton. Joseph Higbee, of Trenton,
      surety.
      Wit.: Abraham Cottman.
   n. w. 1748 Sep 20 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Stevenson, Thomas, of Amwell, Hunterdon Co. Int.
      Letter from Elnathan Stevenson asking that administration be granted to
      Joseph Hedger and William Pettit, he being eldest son of said
      Elnathan Stevenson.
      1748 Sep 22 Bond of Joseph Hedger, of Middlesex County, tanner,
      and William Pettit, of Amwell, yeoman. John Allen, of Trenton, sadler,
      surety.
      Wit.: Elijah Bond. (Administrators Quakers).
      1748 Sep 23 Inventory (#157.1.2) includes sword; 2 hives of bees; nursery.
      Made by John Phillips and Robert Combs.  Hunterdon Wills, 233 J,
   n. w. 1749 Deo 16 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Furman. Thomas, of Amwell Township, Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Elizabeth. Sons: John and Ralph, minors.  Mother, Hannah Furman.
      Brother, Samuel Furman. Sisters: Rebecca and Sarah Furman.
      Exec.: brother Samuel Furman and wife's brother, John Hart.
      Wit.: John Steel, Samuel Carman and Christopher Search.
      1749-50 Mar 12 proved. Lib. 6, p. 328.
      1749-50 Feb 02 Inventory (#340.14.7) includes a sword and plantation of
      115 acres. Made by Jonathan Furman and Thomas Hunt.
      1764 May 22 Account. Mentions Mary Stevens, Thomas Kltchin. John Hageman.
      Joseph Wright. Moore Furman, James Beniiet. Stephen Baldwin, Jacob Ball.
      Dinah Pettitt. Jonas Sutton, John Porter, John Allen, 'Tohn Lamberd,
      William Ruttinghout, William Barag, Jacob Swallows, Charles Hoff,
      Garrett Williamson, Johanis Case. John Lewis, Peter Allalr,
      Rebecca Furman, John McGreigh, Jonathan Furman. Benjamin Shuttleworth,
      Thomas Hunt, Some Cody. John Hawkings, Samuel Fleming, Henry Landis.
      Jacob Arnwine, Samuel Furman (the father), Francis Quick.

Thomas Allen _
   n. w. 1730 Dec 01 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Trent, Maurice, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Brother, William Trent, lot between Joseph Reed and Joseph Green,
      containing about 14 acre. Friend, Thomas Palmer, for valuable services,
      lot in Trenton, bounded east by Benjamin Smith, containing 14 of an acre.
      Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Palmer. Brother,
      Exec:. James Trent, and Thomas Palmer,
      Wit.: John Ferguson and Jeremiah Foster.
      1730-'! Jan 09 proved. Lib. 3, p. 111.
      1731 Apr . Inventory (#26.19) includes silver hilted sword, #1.10; pair of
      gold buttons, #1.10; silver watch and chain, #4. Made byJames Neilson and
      John Dagworthy.
      (Undated). List of names, with amounts, filed, evidently portion of
      executor's account: William Huff, John Severns, Wm. Yard, James Gould,
      Dan'l Coxe, Jun'r, John Porterfleld, James Garey, Coll. Bard, John Van-
      laer, John Hart, Wm. Waldring, Jos. Reed, Wm. Morris, Math'w Phillips,
      Mrs. Warden, Maj. John Anderson,- Rich'd Merrill, Thos. Barns, Sr., Dr.
      Hamilton, Rob't Boulton, Ralph Hunt, S'r, Terret Seester, Jon. Gray,
      Bdw'd Hart, WVn. Spencer, Rich'd Dinsey, Alexand'r Lockhard, Rich'd
      Palmer, George Guinip, Edwd Fisher, Warren Barr, Johnathan Peptitt,
      Blind Coats, Thos. Leonard, George Hankill, Jos'a Anderson, John Hay-
      wood, Enoch Anderson, Sr., Sam'l Bonham, John Burrus, Sam. Davis, John
      Jones, James Hide, Cornelius Ringo, Peter Ringo, Thos. Huff, Enoch
      Anderson, Jun'r, Jos. Hills, James Tucker, Phillip Kearney, Wm. Bryant,
      Edw'd R. Price, Thos. Clifford, Keymer, Sam'l Johnson, John Dag-
      worthy, Alexander Harper, Moses Pettit, Col'l Cox, Ann Spencer, Ann
      Oakley, George Mill'r, James Neilson, Peg Irish, Rich'd Loveland, James
      Trent, Rich'd Stanwill, David Dunbar, Wm. Lauder, Mandart Johnson,
      Wm. Snowden, John Parker, Abraham Temple, Peter Hendriccson, Francis
      Pincham, John Reading, Thomas Canby, John Stevenson, Showly Taylor,
      John Richardson, Thos. Allen, Wm. Cornwall, Dr. Patterson. Laurance
      Obdike, Rob't Laurance, Charles Huff, Thos. Winder, Lewes Moore, Ann
      Grace, Peter Berrian, Natt'l French, Henery Woodward, John Huff, Rich'd
      Roberts, Jerem'a Anderson, Isaack Anderson, Peter Y'ager, Abenezer Sal-
      ter, Peter Vantilberough, Eliza. Chambers, Dan'l Carmack, Thos. Hendry.

John Allen _
   n. w. 1742 Oct 26 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      MrDowall (McDoweH). Joba. of Hackensack. Co. of Bergen, physician.
      Bond of William McDowall, of Mill Creek Hundred, Co. of New Castle,
      yeoman, and only brother, ae administrator of the estate. John Thomson and
      James Newell, fellow bondsmen.  Lib. D, p. 12.
      1742 Nov 04 Inventory of personal estate (#355.7.2), includes silver watch
      and chain (#5), gold signet-ring (#2), knee-buckles, gold chain, 3 gold
      rings, silver tea pot, silver tankard, parcel of silver work, negroes:
      Floura (#16), boy Joe (#30), Jenny (#12), boy Billy (#10), boy Prince
      (#8). Made by John Berry, James Christy.
      List of book debts: Gisbert VanBlarm, Wm. Forbes, John Berry,
      Cornelius Bentta, Cornelius VanDan, Henrick Boss, Abra. Vester,
      Francis Rivers, John Romine, .............
       ...........  McKinley, Jno. Banta. Francis Hendrix, Doct. Arch. Fisher.
      Thos. Gray, John Niccols, John Allen, David Ogden, Saml. Woodward ;
      amounting to #257. 19.3 .


William Allen _
   n. w. 1727 Apr 25 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Stout, James, of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Catherine, home plantation during widowhood, it being land testator
      received from Philip Elington (Edington). Son, John. Land received from
      Elington, Thomas Stevenson and Mr.  Reading, to testator's seven sons,
      if unborn child is a son; if a girl, she to have #50. Sons: John, James,
      Joseph, David, Jacob and Jonathan.
      Exec.: uncle, James Aston, or, if he cannot, then uncle John Aston, or
      cousin Joseph Stout, of Hopewell.
      Wit.: William Allen, George Ash, John Manners.
      1731 Apr 26 proved.
      -,: . Inventory, #46.6.3 ; made by John Garrison, Thomas Houghton.
      1731 Apr 15 Stoat, John, son and heir-at-law of James Stout, late of
      Amwell, Hunterdon Co., above 14. John Manners, of Amwell, guardian.
      "Seal affixed at Fort George in New York." Lib. 3, p. 142.
      1739 Nov 10 Account of Samuel Stout, adm'r cum testamento annexe.
      Mentions John Manners, Geo. Ash, Jas. Hude, Lewis Moore, David Stout,
      Jon. Ashton. Hunterdon Wills, 70 J.
   n. w. 1727 May 2 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Willson, Francis, of Trent Town, Hunterdon Co., tailor.
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #84.11.4, incl. service of an
      apprentice boy #14, and debts due by Hugh Moor, Sam'l Fitch,
      Enoch Anderson, Daniel Cox, Randolph Price, Nath'l Leonard, Henry Carter,
      James Gould, Sarah Talbot, Wm. Gray, Thos. Hill, Joseph Pidgeon,
      Cristo'r Lupton, James Collins, Jacob Bailergeau, John Porterfield,
      Geo.  Gwinnup, Wm. Allen, Hannah Willson, Hezekiah Willson, Josiah Apleton
      and Wm. Husten; made by Jos. Yard and Nath'l Philips.
      1727 May 2 Katherine Willson, the widow of Francis, refuses to ad-
      minister on the estate.
      1727 May 2 Bond of Joseph Reed as administrator. Henry Worley
      fellow bondsman, both of Trentown.
   n. w. 1732 May 29 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Severns, John, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Frances, use of new house and lot in Trenton, adjoining
      Samuel Johnson. Son, Benjamin. Son, Theophilus, said house in Trenton
      after mother's decease. Daughter, Margaret Seanders. Testator's dwelling
      and lot, and a fifty acre lot near the town, bought of Staniland, to be
      sold.
      Exec.: wife, and friends Alexander Lockart and James Neilson, both of
      Trenton.
      Wit.: Robert Tindall, William Pierson, Jonathan Davis.
      1732 Jul 10 proved.  Lib. 3, p. 202.
      1732-3 Mar 04 Inventory of estate, "as appears by a list of debts as they
      now stand upon his book," viz. : Johanners Anderson (Enoch's son),
      Joshua Anderson, Jr., Richard Alison, Richard Arnold, Simon Akers,
      William Allen of Maidenhead, Thomas Akerby, John Abbott, John Anderson
      (Joshua's son), Enoch Anderson. Jr., Joshua Anderson, Sr., William Allen
      of Hopewell, Richard Armstrong. John Anderson, mason, Eliakim Anderson of
      Hopewell, Samuel Anderson of Maidenhead, Abraham Anderson (widow's son),
      Christopher Akley, Bartholomew Anderson, John Amons of Amwell,
      Ananias Allen, Robert Allison, Ralph Ashton, David Adams, William Arden,
      Thomas Allen, Samuel Allen of Amwell,.......................
   n. w. 1732 Nov 17 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Chapman, Robert, Jr., of Chesterfield, Burlington Co., afterwards of
      Christana Bridge, New Castle Co.. upon Delaware, gent.
      Account of William Danford, for himself and for Susanna his wife, late
      Susanna Chapman, administratrix of above exhibited annexed account showing
      further payments to James Smith, Esq., late Secretary of the Province of
      New Jersey, Thomas Woodward, Richard Harrison, James Vallett,
      Daniel Smith, Jr.. William Allen of Phila., Merch't, John Stamper,
      Thomas Perry, Israel Pemberton, Joseph Heulings, Sarah Bourne,
      Preserved Brown, Jr.  Burlington Wills, 2685-98C.
   n. w. 17 2 Feb 12 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Oliphant, Dnnean, of Amwell Township, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Eldest son, David, the long gun, large Bible, and a book
      called the Conductor Generalis. Wife, entire estate to bring up children.
      Four sons: David, John, Ephraim and James.  Three daughters: Margaret
      (wife of Thomas Gordon), Mary and Ann, the plantation where William Allen
      lived, when youngest daughter is aged 18.
      Exec.: son, David, brother-in-law John Garrison, and friend Peter Praul.
      Friend, John Reading, trustee.
      Wit.: Thomas Lake, William Job, Jacob Reeder.
      1734 Aug 07 proved.  Lib. 3, p. 425.
      . .: . Inventory (#152.14.0) includes Run. bookB, Bibles
      and TestamentB. Made by Thomas Lake and Daniel Seaburn.
   n. w. 1740 Feb 2S NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Sherman, William, of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., ye man. Int.
      Adm'x, Susannah Sherman, of Amwell, widow. William Montgomery, of same
      place, shop-keeper, surety.
      Wit.: Archibald Home, Jno. Park. Lib. 4, p. 288.
      1741 May 01 Inventory (#85.12.2) includes debts of Jno. Wright,
      Jacob Frantz. Made by W. Montgomerie, Job Robins, William Allen (?
   n. w. 1749 Dee S4 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Rnckman, John, of Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Susannah, and William Allen, executors. Sons and daughters mentioned
      but not named.
      Wit.: Jonathan Stout, Thomas Ruckman, Uriah Bonham.
      1749-50 Feb 02 proved. Lib. 6, p. 337.
      1749-50 Jan 25 Inventory, #86.12.6 ; made by Jonathan Stout and
      Charles Wolverton.
      1767 Apr 15 Account of William Allen, acting executor, names
      Jonathan Stout, William Carrell, John Reading, Esq., G. Fox.
      Jonathan Pettit (for weaving), Joseph Yard, Esq., Jno. Burcham,
      Jno. Opdyke, Robert Evans, Andrew Anderson, Joseph Ruckman, Jacob Rush,
      Uriah Bonham (for writing the will), Thomas Ruckman, J. Warrel, Esq.,
      Thomas Price (who married eldest daughter of deceased).
   n. w. 1756 Nov 17 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, William, of Bethleham, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife and children, of whom only son William is named, being appointed
      Exec.: with Charles HofE, Jr.
      Wit.: John Cowan, Martha Erwine, Thomas Allen.
      1756 Dec 03 proved. Lib. 8, p. 470.
      1756 Dec 01 Inventory, #93.17.7., incl. 2 Bibles, Alen's Alarm, etc.
      by Abraham Bonnel and John Cowan.
      1758 Jun 20 Account by acting
      Exec.: William Allen, #95.12.2.
 with
   William _

James Allen  _
   n. w. 1734 Sep 26 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Ferguson, John, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co., gentleman.
      Administration granted to Elizabeth Ferguson, of Trenton, the widow.
      Hunterdon Wills, 101 J.
      1734 Nov 13 Account of debts due: Dr. John Dagworthy, John Com-
      mings, Edward Redolphs Price, William Dun (a carpenter), John Edwards
      (a bricklayer), Ebenezer Pettey (a carpenter), Landrissa Baker,
      Elizabeth Ketcham, William Martin (taylor), Robert Schooley,
      Richard Lovett, James Trent, .................
      Bell, John Riche, Robert Right, George Leagan, Jeremiah Foster, Samuel
      Coat, Joshua Anderson, James Allen, Thomas Moor, Thomas Palmer, John
      Ackerman, James Trent, Dunkin O .......................
   n. w. 1740 May 12 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Thatcher, John, of Kingwood, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Daughter, Ann, to be brought up by testator's wife, not named.
      Exec.: brothers, James and Jeremiah Thatcher.
      Wit.: Mathew Resley, Edmond Thatcher, John Arrison.
      1749 Aug 1.proved  Lib. 6, p. 276.
      1749 Aug 01 Susanna, widow of John Thatcher, withdraws her caveat.
      1749 Aug 15 Inventory (#47.3.3) includes gun and sword, #1.10.
      Made by Jaques Barkeloo and Daniel Lake.
      1752 Nov 19 Account. Mentions John Lewis, Doctor, William Montgomery,
      Nathaniel Pettit. Daniel Howell, Justice Montgomery, A Curtis.
      William Sleter, William Barnes, William Thatcher, Joseph Thatcher, Jr.,
      Aaron Sigock (?), I.saac Rutinghouse, Charles Hoff, Jr., William Foular.
      Lot Ritinghouse, Jona. Furman, Jacob Swallow, Edmond Thatcher,
      James Allen, John Allen, Jeremiah Thatcher, Elizabeth Thatcher,
      Joseph Thatcher, Sr., William Allen.

George Allen _
   n. w. 1695 July 22 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Warner, Warnar, Ralph, of Shrewsbury.
      Inventory of the personal estate of (#41.0.3, incl. debts due by Ebenezer
      Cooke, George Allen, Joseph Parker, Ephraim Allen and Judah Allen,
      some of them called " somewhat desperate "); made by Nicholas Brown
      and Caleb Allin. Endorsed: Admn for Wm. Scot and Abigaill his wife,
      mother of ye deceased. Monmouth Wills
      1695 Sept. 14. Bond of William Scott and wife Abigail, mother of
      Ralph Warner, as administrators of the estate. Nicholas Brown and
      Samuel Dennis fellow bondsmen.
      1695 Sep 29 Administration on the estate of, granted to Wm.  Scott.
      N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 223
   wm 1695 Dec. 25 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allin, George, of Elizabeth Town (died Dec. 23 in
      in the morning), inventory of the estate of (#41.8.1!^), made by Andrew
      Hamton and Richard Takere. Essex Wills
      1695 Dec. 27. Allin, George, of Roway, administration on the estate
      of, granted to John Barclay, of Perth Amboy.
      N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 227
      1695 . Debts due to the estate by Sam. Olliver and John Bordman, by the
      estate to John Melvin, Richard Powell, W^m. Bingley, Thomas Gordon,
      James Murray, Ben. Griffith, Miles Forster, widow Delavall, David Mudie,
      Wm. Browne, Wm. Oliver, Tho. Johnston, widow Lyon, Abr. Hatfield,
      Henry Walwood, Rodger Lambert, George Ross, Samuel Dennis, John Bishop,
      John Moore, John Crook, of N. Y., and John Baker, of Elizabeth Town.
      Essex Wills


Samuel Allen _
   n. w. 1733 Oct 05 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Loofbonrrow. John, of Middlesex Co.; will of.
      Children: John. Nathaniel. Thomas, Mathew. Hannah. Katherine, Ruth. Eldest
      daughter at 14 years. Granddaughter. Ruth, at 18 years. Lands at Paysiacit
      neck. Staten Island; 60 acres in Woodbridge; at Rariton. joining lands of
      Ezekiel Bloomfleld. Bonds of Cornelius Johnson, of Staten Island.
      Richard Stilwill, of New York. Samuel Allen, of Newark.
      Exec.: friends John Vail and John Kinsey, Jun'r.
      Wit.: Daniel Shotwell. Henry Brotherton. J. Kinsey.
      1732 Jan 2 proved. Lib. B. p. 362.
   n. w. 1734 Deo 04 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      KinHey, John, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., yeoman;.  will of.
      Children: John. Bt-iijaniiii, Sarah Pritchard. Hannah Bourn.
      Johannah FitzUandolph. Klizabeth KitzRandolph and Jonathan. Grandsons:
      John Kinsey and John Kinsey FitzUandolph. Son-in-law,
      Nathaniel FitzRandolph. Daughter-in-law, Experience Moorea.
      Exec: wife, Grace, and son John.
      Wit.: Samuel Allen, Jane Brown, Jno. Sarjant.
      1735 May 05 proved. Lib. C, p. 31.
   n. w. 175^ Nov 05 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Jackson, James, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., yeoman. Int.
      Bond of Mary, the widow, and Hartshorne FitzRandolph, as administrators on
      the estate. Richard FitzRandolph, fellow bondsman. Lib. E, p. 461.
      1750 9th mo.(Nov.) 7th d. Inventory of personal estate, #80.4 ; made by
      Sam Moores and Abram Tappan. Memorandum of bonds, bills and book debts due
      from Samuel Allen, Obediah Ayres, Patrick Arvine, Benjamin Alston,
      William Alexander, Daniel Arvine, Thomas Alston. Joseph Ayres,
      David Alston, Spencer Al...................

Samuel Allen _
   n. w. 1713-4 Mah 10 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Pierson, Theophilus, of Newark, Essex Co., gentleman; will of.
      Wife . Children: Jonathan, David, Deborah, Mary. Real and personal estate.
      The wife sole executrix, with Rev. Mr. Bowers and Samuel Allin as
      overseers.
      Wit.: Nath'll Bowers, George Harison, James Nuttman.
      1717 May 20 proved.  Lib. I, p. 405

Samuel Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha
   wm 1732 Jan 14 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Samuel, of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Martha, sole legatee and executrix for bringing up of children whose
      names are not given.
      Wit.: Charles Woolverton (?), John Carr, George Pox and Samuel Green.
      1733 May 3 proved.  Executrix a Quaker.
      1732 Feb 19 Inventory of estate, #97.5.0, incl. what was found in the
      weaving room, loom, tubs, etc.; fifteen head of cow kind; twelve head of
      swine; eight head of horse kind; one servant man; made by\
      Charles Woolverton and Samuel Green.
      1734 May 15 Account of Samuel Arnold and Martha, his wife, late
      Martha Allen, executrix of will of Samuel Allen. Mentions Joseph Higby,
      William Montgomerie, Stephen Pidcock, Daniel Howel, Elizabeth Reed,
      John Mullin, William Dugdale, Thomas Woollverton, Thomas McClehan,
      Isaac Herrin, Joseph Reed, Isaac Arey, Richard Hough, Christian Cornelius,
      Francis Bowes. Lib. 3, p. 298; lOOJ.
   dm
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Arnold _
 with Martha

George Allen _
   mf Mary
   n. w. 1758 Sep 25 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, George, of Evesham Township, Burlington Co.
      Int. Inventory, #85.12.5., incl. a clock #2., by James Cattell and
      Abraham Allen. Lib. 9, p. 77.
      1758 Oct 12 Bond of Mary Allen as Adm'x; John Goldy, fellowbondsman, both
      of said Co.

Abraham Allen _


George Allen _
   n. NJ_HOMonC - New Jersey, History of Monmouth County - Ellis
      from Massachusetts Bya, original Monmouth County settler P63
      1701 took part in attack on Sessions Court, Middletown. NJ_HOMonC P100
   n. w. 1705 Oct 7. NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      Aston, William, of Shrowsbery, weaver, "antientand crasey;" will of.
      Wife Janett; daughter Mary, "living with Abraham Brown in West Jersey
      neare Croswicks Creek, who I heare is maryed unto an Indian, who Calleth
      his name Peter Powell, as I am Informed;" daughter-in-law (?
      step-daughter) Hannah Mills. Real and personal property.
      The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Remembrance Li]:)pincott, Richard Lippincott, William Lippincott,         Ephrim Potter.
      1706-7 January 6 proved. Lib. I, p. 164, and Monmouth Wills
      1706 Nov. 4. Inventory of the personal estate (#26.15.0), made by
      George Allin, Remembrance Lippincott and Richard Lippincott.
      170()-7 Jan 03 Aston, William, of Shrewsberry; Genet, widow of,
      asks for the appointment of George Allin, of Shrewsberry, Justice, as ad-
      ministrator of her late husband's estate. Monmouth Wills
   n. NJ_HOMonC - New Jersey, History of Monmouth County - Ellis
      1708 accused of bribing Lord Cornbury NJ_HOMonC P39
      1709 justice of peace NJ_HOMonC P400
   n. w. 1705 Dec 11  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Crawford, John, of Cape May Co. Inventory of
      the estate of (#131.1.11 all personal), as delivered by his son George to
      the appraisers John Townsend and John Page.
      1721 Nov. 23. Account .of the estate by his son and administrator,
      George Crawford, who has paid out #141.8.3^: for two coffins, one for the
      father, the other for the father's wife, who died a month before him
      14 sh., for wine at the funeral to Ezekell Eldridge #1.4, to Jacob Spicer,
      Capt. Andrew Gravenrod, Capt. John Bown, George Allen, Henry Buck and
      Richard Whitacer, executor of James Townsend of Boston, Thomas Laytropp
      of Boston, Alexander Griffith, Edward Smout, Humphrey Hughes.
   n. 1710/11 Mar 12 NJMCDR B_D P205 N111  didn't get previous page.
         John Williams and Thomas White of Shrewsbury, William Lawrence and
      William Hartshorne of Middletown, John Okison and Zebulon Claton of
      Freehold being chosen by the respective Towns, Together with Obadiah Bowne
      Anthony Woodward and George Allin, Esquire, Justices for the County of
      Monmouth.. Do appoint the Common Gaol fo rthis County to be built in the
      former place of Middletown, where the ancient Prison formerly stood, which
      ... is to built... [22 feet square, 2 stories high, each story 7' high,
      the lower story to be built] ... with lime and stone underground, the
      upper story above ground to be built with Timber, the posts to be six
      inches square and to stand within four inches one of the other, to be
      covered on the outside with inch boards, the under floor to be laid with
      plank two inches thick upon good sleepers within eighteen inches each of
      the other... the lower story to have one window in each room  with
      substantial Doors, locks and Bars fior for the securing of malefactors.
         The second floor to be laid with Beams of ...six and eight inch square
      within six inches one of the other and the third floor in like manner..
      the said house to be covered with cedar or chestnut shingles, square edged
      and that there be a good brick chimney built at one end with a fireplace
      in each Room ... and do nominate James Bollen, William Lawrence, Junior
      and Amos White to be Assessors and Joseph Cox of Middletown Collector ...
      And do also appoint Richard Stout, Moses Lip'ct, Hugh Hartshorne, all of
      Middletown to be ye Managers to build the said prison-house...
      Signed: John Williams, Thomas White, William Lawrence, William Hartshorne,
      John Okison, Zebulon Clayton, Obadiah Bowne, Anthony Woodward,
      George Allin.
   n. w. 1712 May 19 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Huit, Hewett, Faith, of Shrowsbery.
      Inventory of the personal estate of (#79.10.0, inch a whale craft #3 and
      one neiger garel #12); made by George Allin and Nicholas Brown.
      Monmouth Wills
   wm 1714 Nov. 23 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allin, George, of Shrousbery, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Elizabeth; children-: Ebzer, Joseph, George, Debearh (Deborah?),
      Mergret, Hannah, all under age. Real and personal estate. The wife
      executrix.
      Wit.: George Allin Smith, William Hulit, Benjamin Cartter.
      1714-15 Feb 25, proved  Lib. i, p. 522
   wf 1753 Sep 06 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Elilzabeth, widow of George, of Shrewsbury,
      Monmouth Co.; will of. Son, George, sole
      Exec.:. Grandchildren:
      Lydia Throckmorton; children of Adam Brewer, Hannah Lafetra,
      Elizabeth Morris, Rachel Lippincott, Mary Lafetra, Margaret, Deborah,
      Lazarus, George and William Brewer; Joseph Allen; George, son of
      George. Real and personal estate.
      Wit.: Othniel Rogers, Uriah
      West and Jacob Dennis.
      Proved December 13, 1756. Lib. F, p. 416.
      1756, Dec. 17. Inventory, #159.16.3., incl. bonds and cash, #68.11.8.,
      by Rich'd Lawrence, John Lippincott, Jr.. and William Scott.
 with Elizabeth
   Ebzer _        Joseph _       George_        Deborah _      Nargaret _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Hannah _
   b
Ebzer
Joseph
George
   n. w. 1730 Jul 20 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Halet. Jobn. of Shrewsbury. Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Joseph Hulet, son of cousins William and Lydia Hulet. the plantation
      where testator lived, meadow on Racoon Island and testator's Pro-
      priety Right. Brother, Robert Hulet. 100 acres at or near Whale
      pond brook, and 4 acres meadow by William West's plantation, which
      testator's father purchased of Daniel Leeds. Constant Hulet, 300
      acres at Assinpink, adjoining Doctor Johnston's land, and 7 acres
      meadow. Cousin George Hulet, residue of land and meadow at Assin-
      pink. Cousin John Hulet, upland and meadow at Mateet Conck.
      Cousin Constant Hulet, #20. Cousin George Allen, #20. Cousin Adam
      Brewer, #20. Zachariah Gant, #30. Hannah Gant, a bed, etc. Joseph,
      son of Ebenezer Allen, #10. Margaret Allen, daughter of Ebenezer,
      #10, a bed, etc. Lydia Allen, daughter of Ebenezer, #10. Thomas
      White's eldest daughter, Margaret, at Rumson, a bed, etc. William
      Jackson's eldest daughter, a bed, etc. Preserve Potter, #30. Brother
      Robert Hulet, long gun and great coat. Musket to George Hulet.
      Adam Brewer's two eldest daughters. Walter Herbert, #10. Negro
      Oliver to have liberty.
      Exec.: cousin George Allen and Adam Brewer.
      Wit.: Job Cook, Theophilus Longstreet and Robert Dodsworth.
      1736 Sep 21 proved. Lib. C, p. 120.
      1736 Sep 18 Inventory, #707.7.4 1-4 ; made by George Williams, John Eatton
      and Benjamin Parker.
   n. w. 1740 Apr 23 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Hnlet, John, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman.  Int                          Bond of Zibiah Hulet, the widow, as administratrix. Nathaniel Parker and
      Jacob Dennis, of same place, yeomen, fellow bondsmen.
      Wit.: Anthony Woodward, Joseph Rose. Lib. C, p. 337.                            1744 May 05 Hnlet, Joseith (over 14 years old). Letters of guardianship         granted to George Allen and Jacob Dennis, both of Shrewsbury.
      Monmouth Wills, 1171-2 M.
   n. w. 1736 Sep 13 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Scott, John, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., planter; will of.
      Eldest son, William, land formerly Abraham Vickers", adjoining Newman's
      spring, George Allen and Edmond Lefetra. Also meadow called Glassmaker's
      Landing. Son, Samuel, house and land adjoining the old peach orchard.
      Sons, John and Ebenezer, under age.
      Daughters, Mercy Toilet and Hannah Scott. Negro girl, Johannah, to live
      with testator's daughter, Mehetable White.
      Exec.: sons William and Samuel, and son-in-law George Crawford.
      Wit.: William Leeds, James Grover, John Holdsworth, .John Hanskins,
      John White, Christopher Nicholson.
      1736 Nov 16 proved.  Lib. C, p. 128.
      1736 Nov IB Inventory of #611.17.00; made by Isaac Hance, Samuel Leonard.
Deborah
Margaret
Hannah

Judah Allen _
   n. brother George
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   n. w. 1683 Nov 23 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Lippincott, Richard, of Shrowesbery; will of.
      Wife Abegall. Sons: Jacob, Freedom, Remembrance, John, Restore, daughter
      Incarnation (InCrease ?). Land at Long Point. Personal property.
      The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Hugh Dickman, Judah Allen.  Acknowledged by testator before
      Joseph Parker, Justice of the Peace, as his testament same day.
      1683-4 Jan 02. Warrant by Governor Thomas Rudyard to Joseph Parker,
      John Hans and Eliakim Wardell or any two of them, to examine Abigail, the
      widow of Richard Lippincott, as to her knowledge of any other last will,
      made by her late husband. Endorsement, dated 1683 May 21, states that the
      said Abigail has no knowledge of any other will and that she will
      faithfully administer the estate.
      1683-4 Jan 02 Bond of Abigail Lippincott, widow, as administratrix.
      William Shattock and Francis Borden fellow bondsmen, Monmouth Wills
      1684 May 21. Inventory of the personal estate (#428.2.0, incl. debts due
      #30 and neagro servants #60); made by Eliakim Wardell, William Shattock,
      Francis Borden and Joseph Parker, as shown by the widow Abigail.
   ld 1686 NJ_HOMonC P797
      Grantor: Indians
      Grantee: Judah Allen see Ephraim, too.
      Description: patented tract at Manasquan.
   n. w. 1687 May 7 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Woolcott, WolCOtt, Samnel, of Shrewsbury; will of.
      N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 107
      16S7 Dec I Bond of Judah Allen and Thomas Webley as executors
      of the last will. Edward Williams and Joseph West, planters, bondsmen.
      Monmouth Wills
   n. w. 1687 Sep 04 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Lafetra, Edmond, of Shrowsbury; will of.
      Wife. Children: Edmond, Sarah, Elizabeth, wife of John West; calls
      Joseph West, Robert West, P"rances Stout, Mary Cammock and Ann Chamberlin
      also children. Real and personal estate. The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Nicholas Brown, Judah Allen and Tho: Webley.
      1687 Nov 22 proved. N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 107, and Monmouth Wills
      1687 Nov 25 Inventory of the personal estate (#85.6.9), as shown by hiss
      widow Franses and made by Remembrance Lippincott, Nicolas Brown and
      Judah Allen.
      1687 Dec 0I Bond of Frances Lafetra, widow, as executrix, of the
      last will. Joseph West and Edward Williams, both of Shrewsbury, plant-
      ers, bondsmen.
      1688 Feb 14 Account of the estate by his widow Frances Lafetra,
      showing payments to Mr. Munveale (Minvielle) of N. V. and Col. Morris,
      with a letter from the widow to Mr. Emott concerning the estate.
   n. w. 1689 Jun 07 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Adams, Feiiwick, of Fenwick's Grove, Salem Co., gent.; will of.
      Wife Ann sole heiress and executrix of "worldly" es- tate.
      Wit.: Thomas Hedge, Thomas Williams, Anna Hedge, Recorded 1689 August 26,
      1689 June 28. Inventory of the personal estate, #75.17.10, incl. a
      tankard of 66 lbs. of pewter at 12 p. per lbs., made by Wm. Hall and
      Sam'l Smith.
      1689 Aug 20 Letters testamentary granted to the widow and executrix,
      Ann Adams. Salem Wills, A, p. 32
      1725 Jan 09 Account of the estate, #288,14, by her executors, Judah Allen
      and Thomas French, who have paid debts due to Dr, Owen, Judah Adams,
      Nathan Middleton, Benj, Fairman, Francis Hoggsheed or Hoggsett,
      Judah Allen, Wm, Mattlock, John Hart, Thos, French, Geo, Carver,
      Benj. Dairs, James Sherwin "for attending with his net, searching
      for Joseph Adams, unfortunately drowned," John Adams, Robert Davis,
      Daniel Cormaral, James Dunlapp, Henry VVorrenton, Jo" Snowden,
      Henry Nathan and David Allen, John Dellwin, Henry Hodge, Jon Brown,
      Richard Heather, Sam'l Atkinson, Richard Climar, Mathew Robinson for
      schooling Margery Adams, Elizabeth Ford, also " for tableing Jon Adams at
      school and ye Diet of Hanah Adams."
   wm 1689 Oct. 24 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Judall, of Shrowsbery; will of. Wife Mary;
      children: Joseph, Mary, Hannah and Elizabeth, all under age; brother
      George Allen. Land along the North River, adjoining George Allen,
      rights to land on Manasquam R., personal property. The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Peter Tilton, Remembrance Lippincott and John Woolley. '
      i68g Dec 04 proved .Lib. i, p. 165, and Monmouth Wills
   n. NJ_HOMonC - History of Monmouth County - Ellis 1885.
      1680 (Judeth), deputy for Shrewsbury at East Jersey Assembly. NJ_HOMonC
      P30
      1700 settled in Monmouth County, prior to. NJ_HOMonC P82
      1693 and 1709 mention in road records NJ_HOMonC P373,375
      1685 given permission to buy land from Indians in what is now Wall Twp.,
      NJ_HOMonC P796
      1700 settled in Monmouth Co., prior to. NJ_HOMonC P82
 with Mary
   Joseph _       Mary _         Rannah _       Elizabeth _
   b              b              b              b
Joseph
Mary
Hannah
Elizabeth


   n. w. 1711 July 16. Administration on the estate granted to his widow
      Desire. Lib. i, p. 316

George Allen _
   n. brother Judah
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Wooley _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Wooley  et ux Lydia
   n. w. 1717-8 Feb 28 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Lafetra, Edmund, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Hannah. Children: George, Edward (also called Edmund), James, Joseph,
      Elizabeth, Sarah. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and brother-in-law George Allen of Shrewsbury, blacksmith.
      Wit.: George Allin, Isaac Stelle, Jacob Dennis.
      1719 May 27 proved. Lib. A, p. 121
      1719 May 16 Inventory of the personal estate, #95. 7.-; incl. 17
      sheep #5, 17 swine #5.5.-; made by John and John Scott.
   n. w. 1723 May 14 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Parker, Joseph, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Elizabeth. Children: Joseph, George, Benjamin, William, James,
      Margaret Wardell, Elizabeth, Meribah and Phebe; legacy to Shrewsbury
      Monthly Meeting of Friends. Llome farm on the river, between
      Samuel Dennis on the West, the road to Little Silver Neck on the North
      and John Lippincott on the East. Personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and son Joseph.
      Wit. John Lippincott, Jacob Lippincott, Jacob Dennis.
      1723 August 06 proved. Lib. A, p. 256
      1723 Aug. 16. Inventory of the personal estate #378.-, inch bonds
      and book debts #102. 1 1.2; made by Gabriel Stella, John Tilton,
      George Allen and John Lippincott.
   n. w. 1722 Nov 27 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Parker, Natlianiel, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #85, inch books 15 sh.; made by
      George Allen, John Curlies and Gabriel Stelle.
      1723 Sept. 2. Administration on the estate granted to his widow,
      Lydia Parker. Lib. A, p. 263
      1723 Sept. 2. Bond of Lydia Parker as administratrix of the estate.
      William West fellow bondsman.
      1724 . Account of the estate by the widow and administratrix,
      Lydia Parker, who has paid debts due to Anthony Pintard, Hugh Jackson,
      Thomasin Sarah, Rich'd Kundels, Ephraim Allen, Jos: Hulett,
      Ebenezer Allen, Justice Eaton, Justice Stelle, Thomas Layton (for
      medicines), John West, John Perie, Jos: Wardel senior and junior.
   n. w. 1723 Sep 23 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Mitchell, Michel, James, of Shiewsbeny.
      Bond of Gabriel Stelle, John Eaton and William Brinley as administrators
      of the estate of. Lib. A, p. 263, and Monmouth Wills
      1723 Sep 03 Inventory of the personal estate, #17.-8, as sold at public
      auction to William Brinley, John Fish, Silas Cook, Gabriel Stelle,
      Peter Knott, George Rogers, Rebecka Michel, Francis Jeffry, George Allin,
      Wm. Hulit, Wm. Jackson and John Chamberlin.
      1724 Aug 26 Account of what the administrators, of whom only John Eatton
      signs, have paid out to John Michel, brother of dec'd, Peter Knot,
      Gabriel Still, Eliakim Wardell, John Chamberlin, John West, Ledy Parker,
      Elizabath Parker, Joseph Wardell junior, William Brindely, George Allin
      and Silas Cook, #14.19.11!.
   n. w. 1728-9 Jan 03 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Wooley, Edward, of Shrewsbury, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Lydia. Sons: Edward (second), Adam (eldest), George; daughters:
      Hannah, wife of George Allen, Content, Ruth; grandchildren: vizt.
      children of Elizabeth Stelle dec'd, wife of Gabriel. Real and personal
      property disposed of. The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Adam Brewer, Joseph West and Geo. Thoruborough.
      Proved . Monmouth Wills
   wm 1728-9 Jan 7 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, George, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., blacksmith; will of.
      Wife Hannah; children: William, Daniel, Richard, Mathew, Joseph, James,
      all but William under age; Lydia, Mary, Abigaill. Real and personal estate
      Exec.: the wife and William Leeds, of Middletown, Esqre.
      Wit.: Thomas Glenrae (Gleane in jurat of proof), Pontius Stelle,
      Geo. Thornborough.
      1728-9 Mar 24 proved. Lib. B, p. 164
 with Hannah
   William _      Daniel _       Richard _      Matthew _      Joseph _
   b              b              b              b              b
   James _        Lydia _        Mary _         Abigail _
   b              b              b              b

William Allen _
   n. wm 1719 Dec 30 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      Griscom, Tobias, of Newton, Gloucester Co.; will of.
      Wife Debora. Children mentioned, but not by name. Real and personal
      estate. The wife executrix with Thomas Sharp and Joseph Cooper junior,
      both of Newton, as assistants.
      Wit.: Jno. Brown, Joseph Cooper, Thomas Evins.
      Proved January 21, 1719-20.
      Lib. 2, p. 132
      1719-20 9th d. nth m. (Jan.). Inventory of the personal estate,
      #127.18.2; made by John Kay and John Cooper junior; attested by
      Deborah Griscom.
      1735-6 Feb 10 Account of the estate by Tobias Holloway of Gloucester Co.,
      yeoman, and wife Mary, formerly Mary Griscom, executrix of Tobias.
      The estate has increased to #278. by the sale of the plantation of
      dec'd at Newton and 569 acres; payments have been made to Dr. Brown,
      Arthur Powel, John Kaighin, Sarah Griscom, Wm. Carter, Sarah Core,
      Thos. Griffith, Wm. Allen, Jo'n Cock, Gabr'l Wilkins, Hugh Sharp,
      Israel Pemberton, executor of Geo. Painter, Chas. Read, Jo'n Kay,
      Franc's Jones, Sarah Leader, Jo'n Warder, Wm. Bissel, Anth'y Morris,
      Rob't Zane, Jas. Wild, Jo'n Belenson, Ann James, Caspar Kleinhoffe,
      Sampson Gary, Jo'n Loyd, Joseph Tindal, Dan'l Durborow, Rebecca
      Kearney, Judith Carr, Sarah Radcliffe, Jo'n Snouden.

William Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah
   n. w. 1720 Aug. 11. Fry, John, of Salem Co., mariner. Inventory of the
      personal estate of, #180.7.9, incl. one shallop and her stores #50, a
      ser vant man and do. woman #16, notes of John Hinman and Robert Shank-
      land #7.2.11, desparate debts #65.3.10; made by John Brice and Ranier
      van Hist.
      1729 Aug. 29. Bond of Mary Fry of Salem Co., administratrix of the
      estate; John Brick of the same Co., fellow bondsman.
      1730 Nov. 10. Administration of the estate granted to Mary Fry.
      Lib. 3, p. 44
      1730 April II. Account of the estate by the administratrix, Mary
      Fry, who has paid for the funeral #3.3.10, fees for proving the will
      and appraising the estate #7. 12.2, and debts due to John Powell, John
      Brick, Allen and Turner, Mary Andrews, Peter Turner, Joseph Gregory,
      Samuel and Richard Smith, Mathew Cowley, William Read, James Gibbs,
      David Platts, Noah and Ebenezer Miller, Alexander King, Anne Vining,
      Caleb Ayars, Thomas Masker, Issac, Samuel and Josiah Fithian, Jacob Ware,
      Jeremiah and John Bacon, Enoch More, John Dowdney, Wm. Watson,                  Richard Lewis, Abel Carll junior, Joseph Reeves, Benjamin Peters
      and Rainer van Hist, deducting #7.2.11, due by John Hinnian and
      Robert Shankland and not recoverable.
   n. w. 1726-7 Jan 20 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Grant, Alexander, of Salem, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Ann. Children: Ann Hedge, and Barbara. Home lot, a 12 acre
      lot adjoining John Goodwin's marsh lot, house and lot next to Col. John
      Rolf with 6 a. of marsh, 100 a. in Amwellbury. Personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and John Goodwin.
      Wit.: Joseph Test, Thomas Hill, William Hedge.
      1726-7 Feb 21 proved. Lib. 2, p. 417
      1726-7 Mar 06 Inventory of the personal estate, #336.11.5, inch
      cash, bonds, bills and book debts #212.12.4, goods in the shop #70.9;
      made by Jam Whitton and Joseph Darkin.
      1734 Jul 06. Account of the estate by the executrix, Ann Grant, who has
      paid out #105.14.8; for funeral charges #ro, and debts to Mr.
      Clement Plumsted, Joseph Turner and Wm. Allen, a mortgage to the Loan
      Office #135. 12.9, and deducts from the inventory #151.7.8, debts due to
      the estate and not collectible from Geo. Trenchard dec'd (no assets),
      Adam Straughan (insolvent), Henry Brown, Caleb Hall, Wm. Johnson,
      Edward Till, Thos. Leatherland, Stephen Starks, Wm. Hicks, Joseph Taylor,
      Wm. Davis, Nath'l Tucker, Jacob Evary, Jas. Everitt, Thomas Hinson,
      Peter Gordon, all Runaways, Mary Meacum, Sarah Hall and
      Francis Gaudouett dec'd, all insolvent.
   n. w. 1727 Dec. o. NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Crabb, Crab, Tliomas, of Salem, merchant. Letters from Vining, of
      Gloucester, to Dep. Surrogate and Register Samuel Bustill, entering on
      behalf of John Thrapnall (Trapnall) of Pensilvania, merchant, a caveat
      against granting adminislralion on the estate.
      1727 Dec. 9. Petition of William Allen and Joseph Turner, of Philadelphia,
      merchants, for letters of administration on the estate of, granted.
      Letter of said Joseph Turner to Samuel Bustill, in reference to the peti-
      tion, taken to N. Y. by writer's brother Peter.
      1727 Dec. II. Letter of Tho: Hunloke, of Burlington, to Samuel Bustill,
      asking for assistance to Mr. Turner in getting letters of administration,
      he, the writer, and Mr. Willis intending to be his bondsmen.
      1727 Dec II Bond of William Allen and Joseph Turner, of Philadelphia,
      merchants, as administrators. George Willis and Tho. Hunloke, of
      Burlington, and Peter Turner, of Cohansey, gentlemen, bondsmen.
      1727 Dec 15 Inventory of the persona] estate, #284.9. if, piincipally dry
      goods, cutlery, also a servant man, Humphry, 21 months to serve #6; made
      by Jos. Coleman and Clem't Hall.
      1734 May 27. Account of the estate by the administrators, William Allen
      and Joseph Turner of Philadelphia, merchants, who have increased its value
      by 700 barrel staves, at 37s. 6d. per 1,000, #1.6.3,  outstanding
      debts collected by Peter Turner, their agent, #136.9.2, and have paid
      debts due to Richard Graves, Hugh Mealy, Wm. Perkins, Joseph Clues,
      Abner and William Penton, Alex'r Gandovit, Daniel Smith, Margaret
      Hutcheson, John Johnson, David Pue, Joseph Smith, George Simkins,
      Elizear Penton, James Wiggens, Francis Simpson, John Bord, Edmund
      Nix, Richard and Joseph Haynes, Joseph Hoglin, James and Nathaniel
      Chamness, Sam'l Wade senior and junior, Thomas Kelly, Isaac Taylor,
      John Peck, John Kidd, Thomas Anderson, John Pinyard, John Oakford,
      Joseph Stretch, James Sykes, Lewis Morrice, Josiah Much, John Egling-
      ton. Barns Siffen, Benj'n Vineing, David Morrice, Obediah Loyde, David
      Hacket, Caleb Barrat, Lawrence Lock, Ephream Worthington, Jonathan
      Hues, John Hillton, Simon Warner, Edward Quinton, John Thompson
      junior, Peter Cravin, John Mattson, Zacheus Dunn, Richard Hacket,
      Francis Test, Samuel Masson and Robert Vance.
   n. w. 1731, , ^.  NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Hogg, Joseph, of Gloucester Town and County. Int.
      Adm'x, Ann Wheeldon of the same place. (Letters of Adm. missing).
      Lib. 3, 158.
      1731, ,: . Account (#363.5.6) shows payments to John Marshall,
      Joseph Richards, Edward Roberts, John Roberts. Easkey Marshall,
      Samuel Parr, Samuel Bustill, Samuel Coles, Benjamin Vineing,
      Thomas Gurnall, Henry Spark, James Hinchman, Samuell Harrison,
      Swan Warner, Peter Banton, Bartholemew Cordery, George Willcox,
      Thomas Todd, Mary Gordon, Edward Williams, Steven Armitt, John Trapnell,
      William Coleman, John Jones, Henry Combs, Alexander Stewart.
      Steven Armitt, Hermainus Helme, John E. Staugh, Henry Pratt,
      Thomas Sebors, George King, Sarah Dingdale, Francis Jones, Mr. Allen,
      Mr. Turner, Richard Robinson, Thomas Glintworth, Anthony Morris,
      James Parroch, Margaret Sharp, Edward R. Price, Joseph Lynn,
      Phebe Hinchman, Elias Hugg.
      1731 Jan 11 Hugg, William (above 14 years of age), eldest son and heir at
      law of Joseph Hugg, late of Gloucester, inn holder, with consent of his
      mother, Anne Wolden, made choice of Christopher Taylor, inn holder, and
      Samuel Harrison, Esq., as his guardians.  Lib. 3, p. 142.
   n. w. 1747 Jan 04 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Irfaib, Nathaniel, "now dwelling In the Township of Bethlem, Hunterdon
      County;" will of.
      To be buried near his brother, George Cruikshank, at Sauchon. Sister,
      Elizabeth Lee, of the Island of Montserrat, and her three daughters,
      Sarah, Elizabeth and Jane. Nephew, William Irish; niece, Sarah Irish. To
      testator's natural daughter, born of Ann Santee, named Ann. a plantation
      on which she lived called Private Neck, on the West Branch of Delaware
      River; also part of a plantation, part of a survey at mouth of Sauchon
      Creek, reserved when testator sold plantation to George Cruikshank.
      To said daughter a negro woman named Martilla, and her daughter.
      a negro girl Betty. Natural son, Johnny, living with testator.
      Exec.: William Allen, Esquire, of Philadelphia. Date at end of will,
      1747 February 29.
      Wit.: George Mitchell, Jno. Chapman, Robert Ballantine.
      1748 April 18 proved. Lib. 5, p. 440.
      1748 Dec 23 Inventory (#1247.14.0) includes l-4th of tract of land held by
      lease in company with Messrs. Allen & Turner, for the term of fourteen
      years, and part of a furnace and forge thereon erected. One fourth of
      furnace, valued at #375 ; charcoal, fourth part, #55 ; grist mill, #25;
      sawmill, #7.10; teams and carriages, #32.10; goods in store #12.10;
      negroes, #150 ; smiths' tools, #3 ; pig iron, #400. Estimate of estate and
      stock of Messrs. AUin and Turner, furnace, forge, buildings, etc., bein
      in Bethlehem Township; Furnace, #1500; charcoal in stock, #220; grist
      mill. #100; sawmill, #30; two horse teams and carriages, #130; goods in
      store, #50; eighteen negroes, #600; smiths' tools, #12; pig iron on the
      bank, #1600 ; forge with stock of coals, #600. Made by Samuel Johnson
      and Jona. Robeson.
Daniel Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah
Richard Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah
Matthew Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah
Joseph Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah
James Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah
Lydia Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah
Mary Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah
Abigail Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah

William Allen
   n. w. 1734 March 24 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Stelle, Gabriel, late of Monmouth Co., but now of Perth Amboy, Middlesex
      Co.; will of.
      Wife, Margaret. I have mortgage belonging to William Allen in Aliens Town,
      Monmouth Co.  Son: Thomas Gordon Stelle, at 21, land near Aliens Town
      I purchased from Henry Allen of Shrewsbury. Sons, Pontius and Isaac,
      brlgantine I hold in partnership with Messrs. Johnston, Frazer and Emott.
      Daughters: Elizabeth and Catherine, #200 at 18. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: wife, Margaret, son Pontius, and son-in- law Mr. Thomas Billop.
      Wit.: Adam Hay, Lawr. Smyth.
      1738 Dec 22 proved. Lib. C, p. 228.
      1739 May    Margaret Stelle, the widow, and Thomas Billop, of Perth Amboy,
      renounce their rights of executorship.
      Wit.: Rich'd PitzRandolph, William Davis. Lib. C, p. 322.


John Allen _
   n. w. 1741 Oct 10 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Brinley, William, Junior, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.
      Renunciation of widow, Kezia Brinley, addressed to "Mr. James Talman at
      his plantation," the chief creditor
      1743 Oct 12 Bond of James Talman, of Shrewsbury, as administrator.
      Pontius Stelle, of Perth Amboy, fellow bondsman.
      Wit.: Thomas and Basil Bartow. Lib. D. p. 91.
      1743 Oct 15 Inventory of estate (#246.7.0), includes "Marrenors Books and
      Instrements," gun, negro man, share of a boat. Made by Isaac Hance and
      Thomas Lippincott.
      1746 Oct 05 Account of administrator mentions: Thomas Akins, Thomas and
      Joslah Holms, Samuel, Thomas and Jacob Lippincott. John Mill. William,
      Kezia, Thomas and John Brinley. Samuel Pintard. John, Sr., John, Jr.,
      James and William Curlis, Webley Edwards, David Rolong, Emanuel and
      William Wolley, Isaac and Thomas Hance, Walter Harbort, Thomas White,
      Josiah Holstead, John Sears, Judiah, John and Seth Allin, Benjamin Luis,
      Amos White, Jr., Martin. Peter and Isaac Vandike, Mary Burdin,
      Timothy Aikin, Ephraim Parson. Richard Rogers, Abraham White,
      Amos Chanler, Nathaniel Parlor, Doctor Eatton. Richard Fitzrandolph.
      Joseph Forman. Jacob Dennis. Stephen Cook, Doctor Harbour, Amos Chamber,
      Thomas WMnrite, Sarah West, George Williams, Isaac Vicoros.




   n. w. 1721 6mo 13d NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Andrews, Mordecai, of "Littel Eggharbour," yeoman, will of.
      hildren: Mordecai, Alice Mathews, Edith Allen and Mary Cramer. Real and
      personal estate.
      Exec.: wife Mary and son Mordecai.
      Wit.: Elizabeth Willitts, Jonathan Taler, Rich- ard Willitts.
      1736 Nov 04 proved.
      1736, . Letters testamentary granted unto Mary Andrew,
      widow, in absence of Morcecai Andrews, the son. Lib. 4, p. 74.
      1736 Jun 19 Inventory of personal estate, #103.6.6; made by Jacob Andrews.
Erasmus Allen _
   n. w. 1720 Dec 27 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Lee, John, of Woodbridge Town, Middlesex Co., weaver; will of.
      Wife Agnas. Children: Adam, John, Mary, Agnas, Martha, Sarah; apprentice
      Samuel Crowel. Home farm of 60 acres, land bought of Isac Tappin, do. of
      Thomas Moors, do. in Papoicky Neck, part of Rawway meadows, bought of
      Edward Wilkison. Personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife, Adam Hoodt, Robert Gillchrist, Edward Crowel, James Hood
      and Robert Hoode.
      Wit.: Abraham Lee, James Bishop, Elisha Frazee, Thomas Brown.
      1725-6 Jan 13 proved .  Lib. A, p. 345
      1726 Jul 29 Lee, John, about 15 years old. Letters of guardianship of,
      granted to Erasmus Allen of Essex Co. Lib. A, p. 354
   n. w. 1727-8 Feb 19
      Winans, Conrad.s
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #69.5; made by Samuel Brant and
      William Winans.
      1748-9 Feb 20 filed. Account of the estate by the administrator.
      Daniel Lane, who charges for administration #6. lo, for the funeral
      #2.10, for keeping Jemima, youngest daughter of dec'd, T year and 7 m.
      #12.12.4, for her funeral #2, for keeping Susanna, another daughter,
      4 years #32, for her nursing and funeral #5, for keeping Williams, one of
      the sons of dec'd, 4 yrs. 3 m. #33.17, for schooling the children #2, and
      has paid debts due to Mr. Vaughan, the physician (medicines),
      Erasmus Allen, Jane Tongrelen, John Winans, John Blanchard, Jasper Totten,
      John Porter, Caleb Jeffers, Mr. Joline, Capt. Williamson, Jacob Dehart,
      the Loan Office at Essex, James Sears and Eben'r Lyon #83.16.1 Essex Wills

Jacob Allen _
   n. w. 1750-1 Jan 1 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Day, George, of Essex Co., bloomer.
      Neomi Allen, late widow of George Day, and Jacob Allen, renounce their          rights of administering the estate, and desire that Jacob Ford, of Morris
      Co., be appointed.
      1750-1, Feb. 23. Adm'r, Col. Jacob Ford, Esq., principal creditor.
      John Deare, of Perth Amboy, fellow bondsman. Lib. E, p. 497.

James Allen _
   n. w. 1740 Apr 0a NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Sutton, MoHeH, of Repack, Essex (Somerset?) Co., weaver.
      Jane Sutton, widow, renounces right to administer, and doslres
      John Sutton, her eldest son, be appointed.
      Wit.: Benjamin Manning.
      1740 Apr 14 Adm'r, John Sutton, of Paypack, yeoman. Benjamin
      Shelley and Samuel Willet, both of Lebanon. Hunterdon Co., yeomen,
      fellow bondsmen. Essex Wills, Lib. C, p. 332.
      1740 Jul 07 Inventory, #86.6.4 ; made by James Sutten. Jelbes Johnson.
      Debtors: Joseph Samle, Edward Luis, John John.son. John Harris,
      John Bell, Hennery Beegel, Edward Jones, James Alen, Aaron Rice,
      Abraham Drake. Aaron Sutten. James Piat. Bond from James Pyat and
      Philip Cox. dated 1719 Apr 23.

Caleb Allen _
   mf Frances
   n. 1689 accused in court of playing at nyne-pins on Sabbath Day. NJ_HOMonC
      P388.
   n. 1700 settled in Monmouth County prior to. NJ_HOMonC P82.
   n. w. 1710 Aug 29 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Camniick, Nathaniel, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Mary. Daughters: Mary Giflord, Andria Parker, Ann and Leah.
      Son-in-law Caleb Allin. Real and personal estate.
      The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Joseph West, Stephen Calluin (Calvin), Abia Edwards.
      1710-1 Feb 27 proved. Lib. I, p. 308
   n. w. 1714 Sept. 14. NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      John Bowne, of Mattawan, Middletown, Monmouth Co., merchant; will of.
      Wife Frances receives #400 in right of dowry. Sister Sarah Saltar,
      Gershom Mot, Joseph Dennis, Jeremiah White, Thomas Saltar, Jno. Saltar,
      Hannah Lincon and William Hartshorne's three oldest children, legacies of
      plate, furniture and money; the rest of the real and personal estate is
      left to brothers Obadiah Bowne and Richard Saltar, who are also made
      executors.
      Wit.: James Paul, Joseph Dennes, Marget Commen, who in proof of will
      April 11, 1716, is called Morgaret Frazer, formerly Cummen.
      Lib. A, pp. 10, 27
      1716 April 9. Inventory of the personal estate of (#16982.5.0, of which
      #403.7.6 are household goods, &c., incl. 143^ oz. of plate, #57.6.0,
      and a negro man, #45; the rest mortgages, bonds and book debts, the
      mortgagors being: Daniel Applegate, Abram Covertt, Peter van Deventer,
      John Throckmorton, William Wilkins, Lewis and Dorothy Nissbitt, John
      .....and Nath'l Wood, Joseph Plall, Caleb Allen, of Squan; Isaac Buckaloo
      ....obert Frost, Samuel Whitehead, Joseph Hern, Juda Allen, Anthony...
      Henry Swift, Trustrom Allen, Anne Waller, Valentine Weaver, .......
      serve Lippincott, Sarah Letts, Capt. John Willson, John Allen Li^r
      tie, Benj. Kelly, Joseph Lawrence, John Reid, minor; Benj. Cooper, .......
      of Crosswicks; John Smith, Ralph Allen Lame, Richard Hand, Nicholas ......
      Henry Cole, Ta akwhekon, Caleb Allen, Josias Lambert, JGreen, Tho: .......
   wm 1730 May 20 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Calap (Caleb) of Manasquam, Town of  Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.,
      planter; will of.
      Wife Frainces sole heiress and executrix of real and personal estate.
      Wit.: Joseph Oardiner, Nathaniel Bills, Jeremiah Stillwell.
      1713 June 03 proved. Lib. i, p. 403

Zachariah Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Patience
   n. w. 1715 (1. 6th m. (Aug) 25th NJA_COW 1670-01730 1SV23.
      Corles, George, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., "cordwinder, Being antiant;"
      will of. Wife Deborah.
      Children: John, William, Elizabeth Brindley, Mary, Benjamin, Timothy,
      Deborah, Dinah, George, Joseph, an expected child, children of deceased
      daughter Hanah, vizt: Jacob,
      Exec.: Moses, Zachariah and Patiance Allin. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife, Gabriel Stelle, Moses Lippet and George Williams.
      Wit.: John Deare, John Hance, Elizabeth Hance, Dunken Grigory.
      1716 Nov 23 proved.
      Lib. A, p. 54; Lib. 2, p. 49, and Monmouth Wills

Zacharian Allen_
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   wm 1750 Jan 13 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Allen, Zachnrlah, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., yeoman.
      Bond of Elizabeth Allen, his widow, as administratrix of estate.
      Samuel Crow, same place, carpenter, fellow bondsman.
      Wit.: Ebenezer Saltar.
      1750 Jan 14 Inventory of personal estate, #36.1.2; made by Richard Jones
      and Abraham Johnston. Lib. E, p. 473.
      1750 Jan 25 Vendue list; articles bought by Eliza. Allen, Abraham Morgan,
      Joseph Howten, John Price, John Eastwood, Jonathan Harnet, Edward Potter,
      Joseph Michel, Andrew Hamton, William Comtan, John Duning. John Alwood,
      Sam. Axtel, Phebea Johnston, George Heard, Ebenezer Saltar, Dugal Cambel,
      Jonathan Ensley, John Wilson, Henry Langstaff, George Manham, Sam Martin,
      Steven Connan, James Pike, James Eddey, Thos. Williams, Rousa Eastwood,
      Sarah Kelley, Benjamin Eastwood, Sam'U Crow, Benjamin Jones,
      Zedakiah Bonham.
      1750 Jan 29. Debts owing to estate from John Herriot, John Vanderhoven,
      William Oilman, Rybben Potter, Richard Cutter, Zedekiah Bonham,
      Benjamin Martin, Sarah Comptan, Mary Combs, Nath'U Harned,
      Timothy Bloomfleld, Frazee Ayers, James Ross, Abraham Monee,
      Samuel Preston, James Willson, Sarah Martin, Benj. Alford,
      Malachi Fitz Randolph, Abraham Ayers, Charles Ford, Justice Smith,
      Wm. Thornell, Dr. Pierson, Rich'd Mackalee, Eliaklm Martin, Dr.  Christie.

Joseph Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   n. NJ_HOMonC - History of Monmouth County - Ellis 1885.
      1709 mentioned in road records NJ_HOMonC P375
   wm 1704 June 26 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Joseph, of Shrosbery; will of. Wife Sarah;
      children: Beniaraane, Ralph, Danell, Ruben, Sarah, Hanah. Land in
      Freehold, bought of John Reed, do., in Shrosebery, bought of Gideon
      Freeborne, personal estate incl. Butter's bill. The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Zachariah Allen, William Earl and John Earl, who all three
      prove the will before Samuel Cranston, Governour of Rhode Island and
      Providence Plantation, October ii, 1704. Lib. i, p. 103
      1705 April 14. Inventory of the personal estate (#iS6. iS.o), made by
      George Allin, John W^oolley and Peter Willson. Monmouth Wills
 with Sarah
   Beniaraane _   Ralph _        Danell _       Ruben _        Sarah _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Hanah
   b
Beniar
Ralph
Dahiel
Reuben
Sarah
Hannah

Charles Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth
   n. w. 1715 Nov 14 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Clarke, Clark, Samuel, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Susanna. Children: Samuel, Jonathan, John, Isaac, Susana, Sarah,
      Elizabeth. Lot of 18 acres, bought of Samuel Parrett, between
      Richard Brodwell, Charles Allen, Samuel Sayre dec'd, and John Clark of
      Elizabeth Town dec'd, 10 a. next to John Brookfield's, 2 a. of meadow on
      Stop>hilus' Creek, lot No. 132 in Elizabeth Town of 100 acres, one-third
      of the plantation of said John Clark dec'd, bought of his daughter Mary,
      3 a. of meadow on Luke's Point; personal property.
      Exec.: the wife and brother Richard Clarke.
      Wit.: Benjamin Bonnel, Samuel Potter, Sam. Littell.
      1716 Apr II proved. Lib. A, p. 11
   wm 1717 Aug 08 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Charles, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co., weaver; will of.
      Wife Elizabeth and son Jonathan, of the same place, cordwainer,
      Exec.: daughters Sarah and Mary. Personal estate.
      Wit.: Benjamin Bonnel, John Thompson, Samuel Norris.
      1717 Aug 15 proved. Lib. A, p. 80
 with Elizabeth
   Jonathan _     Sarah _        Mary _
   b              b              b
Jonathan
   nf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Halstead _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Timothy Halstead, Jr.
   n. w. 1723 Sep 02 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Havens, Nicholas, of Shark River.
      Bond of Wm.  Brinley of Shrosberry as administrator of the estate of.
      Jonathan Allen of the same place fellov/ bondsman. Lila. A, p. 263, and
      Monmouth Wills
      1723-4 Jan 5. Inventory of the personal estate of, #34.10.2; made
      by William Brinley, who sold at public auction the property of the de-
      ceased to Elias Pettit, Richard Chamlis, Dan'l Havins, Gawn Drummond,
      Stephen Phleming, Tho: Chambers, John West, Robert Stout, Wm. Cur-
      lies, John Newman, Thomas Woodmansee, Anthony Pintard and John
      Pearce. Wm. Brinley applies for letters of administration.
      . Inventory of the personal estate of, #11.13.6; made by
      Thomas Chambers and Stephen Flemin; a note at the bottom says: "Mr.
      Will'm Brinley prays Letters of Adm'n on this Estate."
      1723-4 Jan, 5. Account of the goods, sold at auction by Wm. Brinley
      for #35.6.2 to Elias Pettit, Richard Chamlis, Daniel Havens, Gawen and
      Isabel Drummond, Stephen Phleming, Tho: Chambers, John West, Rob-
      ert Stout, Wm. Curlies, John Newman, Tho: Woodmansee and John
      Pearce.
      1724 Aug. 27. "How I paid Inuatare of Nicklis Havens Goods,"
      signed Wm. Brinley, who has paid altogether #36.4 to Daniel Havens,
      Thomas Chambers, Antony Pintard, John Weast and Thomas Wod-
      manse.
   n. w. 1731 Apr 14 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Mitchell, Jacob, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co. Int.
      Bond of Hannah Mitchell, Nathaniel Mitchell and John Halstead, as
      administrators on the estate.
      Wit.: Timo. Halstead, Elizabeth Halstead. Lib. B, p. 205.
      1730-1 Jan 06 Inventory of personal estate (#175.14.08) includes debt due
      from Richard Eastbe, Hanover. Made by Ebenezer Lyon, Jonathan Allen.
   n. w. 1732 Jul 19 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Broadwell, Richard, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co., yeoman; will of.
      Children: John, David, Lydia, Sarah, Rachel, and Margaret Broadwell, all
      under age. Pather-in-law, Nathaniel Bonell, and Samuel Chandler to take
      care of little daughters, Rachel and Margaret. "Plantation I purchased of^
      Jonathan Allen on the north side of the great island by Woodruffs Creek."
      Exec.: son, John, and brother, William Broadwell.
      Wit.: Charles Hole, Mary Broadwell, Arnall Jolly.
      1732 Sep 02 poved. Lib. B, p. 348.
      1732 Aug 23 Inventory, #117.19.08, includes debts due from
      William Broadwell and John Baker; made by Samuel Potter and Jonathan Allen
   n. w. 17 S Jnl 11 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Mitchell. Nathaniel!, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co., tailor; will of.
      Children: James, George, William, Sarah, Mary and Elizabeth. Swamp land
      purchased of Aaron and Thomas Thompson; land in partnership with my
      brother William Mitchell; land joining land of Samuel Lambert, deceased,
      given me and my wife by my father, George Jewell, deceased.
      Exec.: wife, Elizabeth, and friend William Richardson.
      Wit.: Richard Miller, Samuel Miller, John Borrowes, Jun'r.
      1738 Jul 28 proved. Lib. C, p. 204.
      1738 Aug 14 Inventory of personal estate, (#219.00.09), includes a silver
      porringer, and a negro man valued at #55. Made by Jon. Dayton,
      William Winans.
      1742 Dec IS Mitchell, Nathaniel, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co., orphan of
      about 14 years. Bond of Jonathan Allen as guardian. William Mitchell,
      fellow bondsman.
      Wit.: James Hlndes, Joseph Littell. Lib. D, p. 23.
   n. w. 17_4, May 2_
      Halstead. Timothy, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co., yeoman; will of
      Eldest son, Timothy, and his five children, each #5. Other children
      Jacob, Jonis, John, Hannah (widow of Jacob Mitchell), Abigail Painter,
      Charity Haywood, Elizabeth Halstead, Rebecca Higgins. Daughter, Aniey,
      #152, payable by bonds of Timothy Town. Barnet Christopher, Peter Sloot
      Peter Andrewvet, Jonis Halstead; James Haywood and Henry Garth weight to
      see it paid.
      Exec.: all the legatees.
      Wit.: Joseph Man, Nathaniel Crane, Jun'r, Abs'm Ladner.
      Proved March 1, 1734-5.
      1734-5, March 1. Jonas Halstead, Timothy Halstead, Rebecca Higgins
      and Elizabeth, wife of Jonathan Allen, called in the will
      Elizabeth Halstead, qualify as executors. Lib. C, p. 19.
   wf 1740-1 Mar 10 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Elizabeth, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co., widow.
      Inventory of personal estate, #30.19.01%, incl. debts due from
      wife of John Drew, and bond from Jonathan Allen; made by Benjamin Trotter
      and John Potter.
      1741 Nov 30 Bond of Jonathan Allen, son, yeoman, as administrator.
      John Hyndshaw, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., bookbinder,
      fellow bondsman. Lib. C, p. 466.
   n. w. 1745 May !) NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Broadwell, William, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co.; will of.
      Wife, Jane, plantation at Connecticut Farms. Sons: Josiah, William and
      Henry, all under age. Daughters: Mary Darling, Susannah Day, Jane, Ann,
      and Hester Broadwell, last three under age.  Saw mill on and near
      Pissaick River in Essex and Morris Counties; land in Morris Co.; land in
      Elizabeth Town, joining lands of Benjamin Trotter, Nath'll Bonnell,
      Peter Willcock, John Magee, Jonathan Allen and John Chandler.
      Exec.: sons Josiah and William.
      Wit.: Jeremiah Ludlam, William Jones, John Pierson.
      1745 March 29 proved. Lib. D. p. 372.
      1745, March 14. Inventory of personal estate, #149.00.09 ; made by
      Daniel Day and John Potter.
   n. w. 1745 Jul 15 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Radley, Hannah, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
      Sons: Jeams, to have (at 21) the farm lately purchased of Seth Hall,
      joining Barnebus Carter. Junior; Joseph (at age), the farm lately
      purchased of WMlliam Brant, bounded by John Crane's land in Han-
      over Township; John. Daughters: Sarah Hunt, Ufamah Bagley. Eliz-
      abeth Hart, Rachel, Isabella, Catrine and Hannah. Grandson, John,
      son of John Radley of Elizabethtown.
      Exec.: my brother, Jonathan Allen, of Elizabethtown, and Barnabas Carter,
      Junior.
      Wit.: Ichabod Burnet, David Burnet, Stephen Ward.
      1745 Aug 2ft proved. Lib. 5, p. 166.
   n. w. 1744-5 Feb 21 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Radley (Raiey), John, of Hanover, Morris Co.; will of.
      First, "I give #5 to my loving (omission in the original).
      Wife, Hannah, to have all lands and improvements.
      Exec.: wife, and Barnebus Carter, Junior.
      Wit.: David Burnet, Stephen Ward, Jeremiah Gunung.
      1745 Mar 28 proved. Lib. 5, p. 109.
      1744-5 Mar 19 Inventory (#199.6.7) includes cows and calves; bonds
      of Benjamin Moore. Ephraim Sayre, Patrick Mackmaners. Herrick Benjamin.
      James Carter. Saml. and Hesadiah Sampson, Nicholas Carter.
      Appraiers: Nathl. Bonnel, Jeremiah Jenung (Genung), Jonathan Allen.
   n. w. 174H Sep 06 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Clark, Jonathan, of the Borough of Elizabeth, Essex Co., cordwinder; will
      of. Children: Mathias, Sarah, David, and Jonathan Clark, all under age.
      Real and personal estate.
      Exec.:brothers, and friends John Potter, weaver, and John Clark,
      cordwinder.
      Wit.: Jonathan Allen, Caleb Osborn, Junr., Jno. Osborn.
      1748 Oct 14 proved. Lib. E, p. 405.
   n. w. 1758 Feb 08 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Jonathan, of the Borough of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co.; will of.          Wife, Elizabeth. Children: Matthias, Charles and Mary Michel. Grandson,         Joseph, son of Joseph Edwards. Home farm between Charles Toundley, dec'd.,      the road and Benjamin Trotter, dec'd; 16 acres adjoining John Chanler and
      Hanry Broodwell; personal property, incl. a gold ring.
      Exec.: the wife and son, Matthias.
      Wit.: Humphrey Spining, Samuel Smith, Richard Tounley.
      1758 Feb 18 proved. Lib. F, p. 514.
Sarah
Mary

George Allen _
   n. w. 1736 Oct 12 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Pilkingtou, (Jabriel, of Monmouth Co., tailor.
      Bond of George Allen as administrator of the estate of. Samuel Leonard
      fellow bondsman.
   n. w. 173_ Oct 20 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Pilkinjerton (Pilkinton), Gabriel, of Monmouth Co., tailor.                     Administration granted to George Allen of same county, yeoman.                  Samuel Leonard, of same county, fellow bondsman.
      Lib. C, p. 136.
      1736 Nov 16 Inventory (#32.11.4) includes gun and sword. Made by
      Adam Brewer and Benjamin Parker.

Ebenezer Allen _
   wm 1740 May 23 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Ebenezer, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.
      Bond of Hannah Allen, widow, as administratrix. George Allen of
      same place, yeoman, bondsman.
      Wit.: Robert Hude and Thomas Bartow.
      1740 May 16 Inventory of personal estate, #75.19.00, incl. bond
      of Joseph Patterson, due from David Jecocks; made by Benjamin Parker
      and John Seares. Liber C, p. 340; 881-4M.
   n. w. 1750 Apr 02 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Lindsly (Lindsley). Stephen, of the Borough of Elizabeth, Essex Co. Int.
      Administration granted to Phebe Lindsley (relict), of the County of
      Morris. Bondsman: Joseph Wood, Jr.  Lib. E, p. 408.
      1750 Apr 03 Inventory of personal estate (#488.18.05). includes
      bonds of Abel Day, Joseph Wood, Ebenezer Holleburd, David Powers,
      Daniel Roberts, John Prodden, Ebenezer Allen, Jona. Allen, Abner Beach,
      Adam Blackman, Thomas Johnson, Cornelius Cain, John Welshar, John Forster,
      Thomas Allason, Thomas Rite. Also debts due from Mathew Connet,
      Thomas Morgan, John Pears, Zopher Bedford, Jacob Allen, Isaac Ball,
      John Muchmore, Abraham Stagg, Samuel Ross, John Carter, George
      Day, Henery Von Vollaman, William Miller, Sarah Hart, James Dody,
      Daniel Day. Made by Nath'll Bonnel, Benjamin Carter.
   n. w. xnxx Sep 22 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Woodmansee, Tbomas of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Plantation where testator lives to be sold, also interest in land in or
      near New London, in New England. Wife, Mary.  Children: Thomas. John,
      David, Gabriel. James, Sarah, Elizabeth, Hannah and Margaret. Son-in-law.
      Ephraim Potter, and daughter, Leadea. Daughters: Abigail and Ann.
      Exec.: John Littel and George Williams, of Shrewsbury, and testator's
      wife, Mary.
      Wit.: Richard Higgins, John Woodmansee, David Woodmansee, Piep Doan (?),
      John Parker.
      1737 Jun 18 proved. Lib. C, p. 170.
      1737 Nov 26 Inventory, #7.0.3; made by Matthias Venbrockel, Jr., and
       John Williams.
      Wit.: Richard Compton.
      1741 Jun 25 Account. Includes payments to Mr. Madock, John Davis,
      George Lefeter. Joseph Huit. Thomas Cooper. Simon Butler. Jonathan Jecocks
      (executor of Jos'h Stout). Benjamin Watkins, Ebenezer Allen,
      Dr. Edward Faulkner, Colonel Stelle, Samuel Leonard, John Eaton.

   n. w. 17_2 Oct 02 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Wooley, John, of Town of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Rachel. Eldest son, Thomas, land and meadow on south side of Poplar
      Swamp Brook, adjoining said son's brother, William. Sons: Thomas, William,
      John and Benjamin, a Proprietary right. Land bought of Dr. Johnstone and
      Gabriel Stelle to be sold. Daughters: Leah Denn, Elizabeth Field and
      Anne Mercy Allen.
      Exec.: wife, friend William Hartshorne, and son William Woolley.
      Wit.: William Hartshorne, John Curlies, William Lippincott, Jacob Dennis.
      1734 May 21 Codicil. Wife, Rachel, and friend and cousin,
      William Hartshorne. executors.
      Wit.: Joseph Wardell, Jr., Adam Brewer, Daniel Tilton, Judah Williamw
      1743 May 30 proved. Rachel Woolley, a Quaker). Lib. D, p. 69.
      1743 Jun 08 Renunciation of William Hartshorne. of Middletown. as executor
      Wit.: William Hartshorne, Jr., Robert Hartshorne, Jr.
      1743 Oct 31 Inventory (#129.17.6) includes Bible, Sewel's History.
      Made by Hezekiah Williams, Ephraim. Allen, Emanuel Woolley, Amos White.

   n. w. 1747 Feb 17 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      WoolMton, John, of Northampton, Burlington Co., yeoman: will of.
      My plantation on Leeds Lane divided between my brothers, William and
      Samuel. Sistes: Ruth Allen, Susannah and Margaret Woolston.
      Exec.: brother, Samuel.
      Wit.: Samuel Woolston, Sen'r, Benjamin Pyppit, Gab. Blond.
      1747 Mar 08 proved. Burlington Wills, 4165-8 C.

Daniel Allen _
   n. w. 1732 Mar 29 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Allen, Daniel, of Egg Harbour, Gloucester Co.,
      yeoman. Inventory of personal estate, #42.11.0, made by widow, Mary
      Allen, administratrix. Appraised by William Cordray and Return
      Badkack.
      1732-3 Jan 02 Account of estate, #59.5.0, made by Mary Allen, show-
      ing payments to Richard Clymer, John Hinchman, Henry Brown,
      James Steelman, James Sommers, Andrew Steelman.  Gloucester Wills, 149H.

John Allen _
   mf Rebecca
   n. w. 1689 Dec 23 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Huckings, Roger, of Allawayes Creek, Salem Co., yeoman; nuncupative will
      of, spoken in the presence of his wife, daughter and son-in-law.
      Wife Hester. Children: Roger, who has son John, (doubtful whether John is
      not the sou of testator), Mary, wife of John Alin. Real and personal
      estate. Recorded 1691 Aug 12.
      1689-90 Jan. 8. Inventory of the personal estate, #70.3; made by
      Edward Champneys and Samuel Curtice.
      l6gi Aug 17 Administration on the estate, granted to his widow,
      Hester Huckings. Salem Wills, A, p. 57
   n. w. 1094 Nov 05 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.                                         Smith, John, of Amwelbury, Salem Co., weaver; will of.                          Wife Sarah sole executrix. Sons: John and Richard, both under age. Real         and personal property.
      Wit.: Richard Woodnutt and Sam'l Hedge. 1695-6 Feb 12, recorded
      1695 Dec 14 Inventory of the estate: real (38 acres of land with houses)        #45, personal #68.8.6; made by John Allen and John Walker.
      Salem Wills A, p. 180
      1715-6 Jan. 27. Smith, John, of Ambleberry, Salem Co. Bond
      of Richard Smith as administrator of the estate of. John Mason and
      Richard Woodnut fellow bondsmen, all of said (Jo. Lib. 2, p. 61
      1715-16 Jan. 30. Inventory of the personal estate (#156.1.11, incl. an
      Indian man, a pair of blankets, a pair of stockings and an old hat #23,
      a Bible, candles and drinking glass 5s. ); made by John Firth and Jona-
      than Morris.
   wm 1697 22d d. 9th m. (Not.). NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, John, of Salem Co., husbandman.
      Inventory of the personal estate, #267.2.4, incl. bills, bonds and book
      debts, #163.9.1, made by Jona Beere and Sam'l Hedge.
      1697-8 . Administration of the estate granted to his widow, Rebecca Allen.
      Salem Wills, A, p. 218
      1702-3 Jan. 4 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, John, of Salem Co. Bond of Joseph Baker
      and Philip Yarnall, of Chester Co., PA., as administrators of the estate
      of, not yet administered by Rebeccah, his widow, dec'd; Edward Mecum
      and Thomas Lambson, of Salem, fellow bondsmen.
      Lib. T, p. 12, and Salem Wills

Ebenezer Allen _
   bm to Geo???  & Liz???
   n. bor Sam, Tom; sis Mindwell
   mf Mary
   wm 1716 Sep 18 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Ebenezar, of Salem Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Mary, who also signs the will; brothers: Samuel and Thomas Allin;
      sister: Mindwell Holton; cousins: Ebenezar Miller and Thomas Alexander,
      "all these above mentioned ... is Relations of myne Living in Northampton,
      Hampshire Co., New England;" wife's children: Thomas, William, Mary and
      Daniel Alderman, all under age, an expected child.
      Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and Charles Crostwayt.
      Wit.: John Mahu, Bethiah Datton, Bathniphleath Crosthwayt.
      1716 Dec 26 proved. Lib. 2, p. 37
      -. Charles Crosthwayt informs Surrogate James Sherron
      that he will not act as executor.
      1716 Dec. 24. Inventory of the personal estate, #85.14, made by Hen. Buck
      and Hugh Chard. Salem Wills
with Mary

Samuel Allen _

Thomas Allen _
   n. w. 1728-9 Mar 12 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Kelley, Thomas, of Salem Co; will of.
      Wife Rachel executrix. Children: John, Thomas, Mary, Hannah, Martha,
      James. Home farm called Ruff Land in Sealem Co. Personal property.
      Wit.: Frances Dunlop, Michall Walker, Thomas Allen.
      1729 March 29 proved. Lib. 3, p, 32
      1728-g March 29. Inventory of the personal estate, #134.2.6, incl. a
      servant #6.10, debts due #25; made by Daniel Fog and Wm. Thompson jun.


James Allen _
   b. ____ ___ __ to Ephraim
   n. w. 1730 Apr 00 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Hancock, Edward, of Alloways Creek, "alias Munmouth River," Salem Co.,
      husbandman; will of.
      Wife, Hanna, for the bringing up of the children, the use of all real
      estate during her widowhood; also benefit of plantation given me by my
      father's will, purchased of Jeremiah Powell, until my son Edward
      attains 21.  Daughters: Elizabeth and Lidia Hancock at 16, my part of that
      plantation in Pens Neck, unless my wife and brother, William Hancock,
      see fit to sell the same, and put the inoney at interest for them.
      Daughters: Hannah and Grace Hancock at 16, plantation and tract of land
      I purchased of Benjamin Allen.
      Exec.: wife and son, Edward.
      Wit.: Charles Davis, Wm. Siddons, John Jones, Chas.  Connor
      1739 Oct 03 affirmed. Lib. 4, p. 204.
      1739 May 14 Inventory, #303.4.6 ; made by Samuel Hancock, James Allen.
   n. w. 1749 Mar 30 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Jennings, Mary, of Elsinburrow, Salem Co., widow; will of.
      Son-in-law, James Jennings. Daughter-in-law, Margrett Jennings, a cow at
      Clem Hall's. Granddaughter, Jean Dickey. Rest of estate divided equally
      between my grandchildren and Margrett Jennings, "whom I also will to
      Deborah Smart to be brought up according to her father's desire."
      Exec. Son, Robert Dickey.
      Wit.: Nathan Smart, James Allen, Mary Sencher.
      1749 Apr 06 proved. Lib. 6, p. 358.
      1749 2 mo. (Apr.) 6 da. Inventory (#72.8.11) includes 10 hd. of cattle,
      #22. Appraisers: Nathan Smart, Aaron Bradway.
   wm 1744 Nov 03 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, James, of "Aleways" Creek, Salem Co.; will of.
      Son, Aaron, under age, sole heir, of real and personal estate; if he dies       a minor, land to go to testator's brother, Benjamin Allen, John Steward,        sole
      Exec.:.
      Wit.: Benjamin Bacon, John Denn,
      Sam'l Abbott.  Proved February 21, 1751.
      1751 Feb 04 Inventory. #155.3.6.. incl. 50 bush, of wheat, #8.15, by
      Nathaniel Chamles and Benjamin Allen. Salem Wills, 886 Q.
 with
   Aaron _
Benjamin Allen _
   b. ____ ___ __ to Ephraim
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   n. w. 1743-4, 12 mo. (Feb.), 11 da.
      Powell, Jeremiah, of AUoways Creek, Salem Co.; will of.
      Son, John, a silver cup and to have the home farm and land in Stoe Neck.
      Daughters: Elizabeth, a truck that was my mother's; Mary, one silver
      spoon. The residue to be divided among my three above-named children.
      Daughters to have their part at 18 or marriage, and son his part of the
      moveables at 20. Cousin, Mary Mason, to have my daughter, Elizabeth, until
      18. John and Elizabeth Nicholas to have my daughter Mary during her
      minority; also my son John until he will be 14, "that he may be put out to
      be a tailor."
      Exec.: Nathaniel Chamlis and Benjamin Allen.
      Wit.: Abel Nicholson, Joseph Ware, James Abbott.
      1744-5 Jan 11 Codicil. The profits of all my lands snail be divided
      equally among my children, John, Elizabeth and Mary Powell until my
      son will be 18. (Unsigned). Affirmed 10 Feb., 1744.
      1745 Apr 03 Benjamin Allen sworn as executor. Nathaniel Chamlis
      having renounced his right.
      Wit.: Thomas Atherington. Lib. 5. p. 93.
      1744-5 12 mo. (Feb.), 4 da. Inventory (#124.12.4) includes catile, horse
      and sheep. Appraisers: Saml. Abbott, John Stewart.
   n. w. 1748 Jun 27 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Sulltvan, Daniel, of Alloways Creek, Salem Co. Int.
      Adm'r, Benjamin Allen, of same place.
      Wit.: John Lorein (?), Nich's Gibbon. Lib. 6, p. SO.
      1748, July 9. Inventory, #18.7.6 ; made by John Pagett, Peter Stretch.
   n. w. 1748 Feb 11 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Vandiok, Stephen, of Salem Co. Int.
      Adm'x, Irane Vandick. widow. Bondsman: John Fitzpatrick. Both of Alloways
      Creek.
      Wit.: Saml. Hedge, Nichl. Gibbon. Lib. 6, p. 322.
      1748 Feb 11 Inventory, #40.8; made by John Fitzpatrick, James Evans.
      1750 Nov 05 Account. Monies paid Robert Hartshorne, William Murdock,
      Nicholas Gibbon, James Hutson. John Jarman, Benja. Allen, John Jones.
   wm 1759 Jul 38 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Benjamin, of Allaways Creek, Salem Co. Int.
      Inventory, #181.8., incl. a clock and looking glass, #8.10., by Francis
      Test and Thos. Sayre.
      1759 Aug 25. Bond of widows, Elizabeth Allen, as Adm'x; John
      Chandler and James Euenes (Evans), yeomen, fellowbondsmen, all
      of said Allaways Creek. Lib. 10, p. 449.
Joseph Allen _
   b. ____ ___ __ to Ephraim
   n. w. 1726 Sep 20 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Paine, John, of Aluways Creek, Salem Co., yeoman; will of.
      Makes cousin Richard Smith of Ambelbury principal heir and sole executor
      of real and personal estate with legacie;. to Arthur Boyer of Aluwayes
      Cr., Sarah and Rachel Dennis, both under 20, the daughters-in-law (?
      step-daughters) of Richard Smith, Grace, wife of Lewis Morris, Ann, wife
      of Joseph Darkin, William, wife of Sarah Burroughs (sic !), Mary, wife of
      William Smith of Manington, Martha, wife of Gabril Wood of Manington,
      Elizabeth, wife of Hugh Clefton of Salem, Rebakah, daughter of John Mason
      of Ann's Grove, Mary and Grace (a great Bible), daughters of Richard Smith
      of Ambelbury and for repairing the Friends Meeting House in Salem.
      Wit.: William Wright, George Weel (?), Jonathan Huse, Sam'l Hedge.
      1727  Apr i8 proved.  Lib. 2, p. 469, and Salem Wills
      1727 Apr 20 Inventory of the personal estate, #207. -.9, inch out-
      standing debts #69.8.2, stock at Joseph Allen's #32.2, a 12 hour clock #6
      a servant "garle" #3; made by William Wright and Robert Johnson.
Isaac Allen _
   b. ____ ___ __ to Ephraim
Vesty Allen _
   b. ____ ___ __ to Ephraim
   mm
Aubitha Allen _
   b. ____ ___ __ to Ephraim

John Allen _
  n. w. 1725-6 March 14 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      BroMii, Broweu, Thomas, of Cohansey, Salem
      Co., yeoman; will of. Wife Anna. Children: Thomas (under age),
      John, Aljrabam, Elisabeth and Anna, the last two under age. Real and
      personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and Josiah Fithian.
      Wit.: Samuel Clark, John Fitzpatrick, William Queef. Codicil without date
      only confirms the testament.
      Wit.: Abraham Reeves, Nathaniel! Bishoop, Edward Banbary.
      1726 April 21 proved.  Lib. 2, p. 344
      1726 April 15. Inventory of the personal estate, #261.12, inch books
      made by John Fitzpatrick and Abraham Reeves.
      1698-9 Jan. 10. Brown, William, of Woodbridge. Inventory of
      the personal estate of (#32.10.10), made by Adam Hude, John Allen and
      Samuel Dennes. Middlesex Wills
      1714 July 4? Browne, David, sou of Thomas of Newark, chooses
      as his guardian Samuel P'reeman, of the same place, to whom letters of
      guardianship are issued. Lib. 2, p. 31

   mf Mary
   n. w. 1730 Feb 20
      Allen. iHano, of Salem County, blacksmith. Int.
      Admx., Mary Allen (relict of). Bondsman, Benjamin Allen. Both of aforesaid
      County.
      Wit.: Rich'd Wood, Dan'l Mestayer.
      Lib. 4, p. 198.
      1739-40 Feb 16. Inventory (#270.9.21 V^ ) "praised at Alaways Creek, Salem
      County," includes cattle and horses, "anvil, stock in smith shoop,"
      bellows and vise. Appraisers?: Richard Wood, Abraham Moss.
   n. w. 1730 Mar 06 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      PaRett. Ann, of Salem Co. Int.
      Adm'r, William Murdock (gent.), only son of Ann Paget, widow, deceased an
      residuary legatee. Bondsmen: Job Shepherd, John Slackwood. All of said
      County, gents.
      Wit.: Wm. Murdock, Dan. Mestayer, Mary Mestayer. Lib. 4, p. 223.
      1739 Mar 08 Inventory (#262.17.1) includes 33 cattle, Bible, etc.
      Appraisers: Jonathan Bradway, John Blackwood.
      1741 Dec 25. Account. Monies paid to Thomas Pagett, Mary Allen,
      Jon. Thompson, Hugh Blackwood. Bradway Stretch, John Jones, James Gould,
      Clemt. Hall, Mary Coleman, Jon. Mason. Mary Yeuens, "allowance for a
      legacy pd. to Thomas Pagett as executor of the sd. John left him by his
      will" ; Abraham Reeves, for subscription of John Pagett to building a
      meeting-house at Cohansey and for building a pew and glazing a window in
      Cohansie meeting house ; Robert Hutchins, Robert Conway "in rights of his
      wife one of the daughters of the deceased ' ; John Smith, "his part of the
      deceased estate in rights of his wife, one of the daughters of the
      deceased."
   n. w. 1739 11 mo. (Jan.), 4 da. NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Morris, Lewis, of Elsinburgh, Salem Co.; will of.
      Wife, Grace, the profits from a certain mill and plantation, formerly
      belonging to my brother David Morris, situate in Elsinburgh, until my
      nephew, David Morris, son of nrjy said brother, arrives to 18 years, it
      being bequeathed to my said wife for the bringing up and educating of myw
      children. Further, wife shall have the use of my estate that I live on and
      the personal until my eldest daughter, Sarah Morris, will be 21. Second
      daughter, Mary, part of the home farm, beginning at a ditch between my
      land and Nathan Smart's, along the casway to Rich Island, until it
      intersects with the division line of Samuel Mason, "together," belonging
      equally to my friends, Wm. Hancock, Rich. Smith, Esq., and sd. Morris,
      Nathan Smart and Joshua Thompson; with V2 of Rich Island and marsh, also
      one-third of a marsh called Money Island, she paying #30 when 21, to my
      eldest daughter, Sarah Morris, who shall have the westernmost part of the
      home farm and Vj of Rich Island and marsh with the residue of my
      whole estate, she at 21 paying #100 to each of my daughters, Grace,
      Jane, Jayl, Ann, and Rebeckah, when 18 years old.
      Exec.: wife, and my eldest daughter, Sarah Morris. Trustee: Richard Smith.
      Wit.: Ann Woodnutt, Joseph Jackson, Joseph Carroll.
      1740 Jul 18 sworn and affirmed. Lib. 4, p. 245.
      1740 Jul 18 Inventory ( #785.5.8 y2) includes remnant of blew homespun
      cloth, 12 yds. homespun kersey, 40 yds. linen, barley, servant man's
      time, servant boy do., servant maid, nine negroes (#80).
      Appraisers: Nathan Smart, John Mason.
      1744 Dec 19. Account. Moneys paid Saml. Morton ( Exr. of Mathew Ranton),
      Samuel Dickinson, Joost Miller, Saml. Mck. Cleny, John Pack, James Bredin,
      Peter Carmick, James Sharp, Mary Allen, John Eglington, Benjamin Acton,
      William Barrat. Robert Hutchinson, Ebeneza" Miller, Robert Dickey,
      Charles O Neill, Phillip Chetwood, Hugh Blackwood. Mary Jennings,
      James Ridley, Thomas Sheppard, William Crabb, Hugh Mealey,
      Jonathan Hughsus, Joseph Carroll, Wilfiam Mordock, William Siddons,
      Edward Test, Daniel Mestayer, Benjamin Eatons, Thomas Nile, John Darkin,
      John Mason, Benjamin Haines, Erasmus Totters, Joseph March, William Doaen,
      Robert Hart, Thomas Rice.


David Allen _
   bm to Jedediah
Elisha Allen _
   bm to Jedediah
   n. w. 1760 Dec 15 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, David and Elisha, sons of Jedediah, dec'd, petition, that
      John Dickason of Allaways Creek, said Co., yeoman, be appointed their
      Guardian.
      1760 Dec 15 John Dickeson appointed Guardian. Bondsmen: Daniel Smith and
      Thomas Kelly, of Salem Co.
      Wit.: G. Trenchard and G. Trenchard, Jr. Lib. 11, p. 23.


William Allen _
   n. w. 1739 Dee 23 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Cromall (Cromwell), John, of Upper Precinct of Cape May Co.; will of.
      Wife, Ruth, to have % of real and personal estate.
      Son, Olifer Cromal, the other half.
      Exec.: wife Ruth, and son Olifer.
      Wit.: Will. Ball, William Allen, Barns Sifin, Joseph Woodward.
      1739 Jan 11 proved. Cape May Wills, 98 E.
      1740-41 Mar 22 Letters testamentary granted to Ruth Cromall, executrix.
      1740 May 24 Inventory, #50.18.0 ; made by Jeremiah Hand, Moses Crosle.

Robert Allen _
   n. w. 1748 Feb 14 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Crowell, Bonjaniin, of Somerset Co. Int.
      Administration on estate granted to widow, Elizabeth. Bondsman: John
      Craig, her father, of Middlesex Co., yeoman.
      1749 Feb 14 Bond of John Craig, adm.de bonis non of Elizabeth Crowell,          dec'd. Fellow bondsman: Samuel Oliver. Junior, "both of the Borough of          Elizabeth, yeoman." Lib. E, pp. 264, 363.
      1749-50 Jan 02 Inventory (#187.9.6) includes bonds and notes from
      Philip and William Kerney, Vincent Bodine. John Hall, James and Robert
      McQuown, William Case, Robt. Allen, Wm. Todd, Jno. Van Clean, Tho.
      Harding, Simon Stoughton, Jno. Henery, Junr.. Hendrick Misener, Case
      and Helen Bill. Ephm. Lockheart, Moses Craig, Albert Decline. Geo.
      Remers, Isaac and John Lefever, Jonathan W'inans, Tho. Jeffery, Reid
      Whitehead, Junior. Ephm. Terrell, Senr. Made by John Terrill, Thomas            Clark. John Craig, adm.

William Allen _
   n. w. 1737 Oct 04 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Pain, Robert, of "Basken Ridge," Somerset Co., farmer: will of.                 Wife, Margaret, executrix. Children: Margaret, Martha (wife of                  William Means), Jean and Anna. Plantation and personal estate.
      Exec.: Bryant Leverty.
      Wit.: William Allen, David Grant, Patrick Willson.
      1737 Jan 18 proved . Lib. C, p. 186.
   n. w. 1750 Nov 04 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Oharro, Owen, of Bedminster, Somerset Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Margaret, executrix. Children: John, James, Robert and Margaret
      (a minor). To the sons all real estate, and the 107 acres agreed for of
      Andrew Johnston, Esqr., "adjoining the home farm."
      Exec.: son John.
      Wit.: John Oliphant, Matthias Lane, Moses Craig.
      1750 March 20 proved . Lib. E, p. 502.
      1750 Feb 02 Inventory (#177.18.3) includes cattle and horses, 25 acres
      of green wheat, dry wheat. Made by William Allen, Moses Craig.

David Allen _
   n. w. 1748 Oft 20 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Robinson, Jonah, of Morris Co. Int.
      Adm'x, Susanna Robinson of said County. Bondsmen: Samuel Swazey, Junr.,
      Morris Co., and Samuel Davis, of Brookhaven, Long Island, blacksmith.
      Lib. E, p. 217.
      1748 Oct 15. Inventory (#146.19.0) includes note from David Allen.
      Appraisers: Caleb Horton, David Luse.
   n. w. 1750 Mar 30 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Parker, John, of Somerset Co.; will of.
      Wife, Elizabeth. Children: James, John, Elender, Jannet (all minors).
      Mentions "brother Andrew and his son that is at learning," and "one
      hogzed of flax to be sent and divided among his brothers and sisters."
      Exec.: Thomas Mcmurtry and Alexander Aikman.
      Wlt.: Thomas McMurtre, Alexander Aikman.
      1750 Apr 30 proved.  Lib. E, p. 39L
      1750 Apr 27 Inventory (#374.10.8). includes gun.s and sword. 97V4
      bushels of wheat, and bonds of David Allen. John Conn, John Barclay.
      Hugh Campble. James McColemby. Saml. WiUson, Wm. Gaston, Wm.  demons.
      Joseph Howard, Wm. Johnston, Stephen Leech. Saml. Crow, Wm.  Sutton,
      Jacob Teval, Edward Husey, John Kimble, Ephraim Lenard, Eliab Byram.
      John Cole. Richard Stillwell, John Phileps, Jefoth Byram, John McDanel,
      Thos. McMurtry. John Bartly. John Ayres. Junr., John Lee, Teeter Misener.
      Uriah Rush, Alexander McCullagh. Appraisers: Brice Rikey, Hendrick Smith.
      Creditors: Alexander Linn. Widow Rice, Brice Rikey, Hendrick Smith,
      Jacob Desher.
      1750 Apr 30 Renunciation of Thomas McMurtre and Alexander Aikman as
      executors.
      Wit.: John Barkley, Thos. Bartow.
      1750 Apr 30 Adm'rs, Elizabeth Parker, of Basking Ridge, widow,
      and James Barclay. Fellow bondsman: John Barclay.
   n. w. 1750 Jun 19 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      ThompNon, Stephen, of Morris Co.. blacksmith; will of.
      Legacies bequeathed by my deceased father in will dated 1749 Jul 4th,
      shall be paid by my executors. Wife, Marey, to hold the home plantation
      until my son, Jacob, will be 21, that she may bring up and school the
      children. Jacob, at age, to pay legacies to my daughters, Phebe and Lydia,
      when they will be 18, and plantation to be divided equally between them
      in case of death of my son.
      Executors: Joseph Hinds, of Morris Co., Brice Riky, of Somerset Co.. and
      my wife. Marey.
      Wit.: Ezra Cary, Daniel Gary. Dezier Thompson.
      1750 July 09 proved. Lib. E. p. 430.
      1750 Aug 14. (Filed 1757 Dec 08). Inventory (#514.19.8) ; made by
      Daniel Cary and Caleb Hal win. (On back of inventory: "Pade to the widdow
      besides, when she married").
      1750 Sep 08 List of debtors: David Allen. John Heams, Henry Clark,
      John Cary, Perkins Lovet, Zekel Lyon, Ebenezer Byrams, Jun'r,
      Japheth Byrams, Caleb Linsley. Saml. Ford. Morris Aber. John Whitehead.
      John Heams. Richard Carton. Timothy Penetant. Caleb Baldwin. Ezra Carey.
      Captn. Robet, Benjn. Leonard, Ebenezer Allen, Piiies & Browns, John Wills,
      Ezra Carey. Danl. Carey.

Jonah Allen _
   n. Note Jonah affiliated wi8th David Allen.
   n. w. 1756 Non 26 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Jonah, of Pequanack Township, Morris Co.  Int.
      arah, widow, resigns her right to administer to Jacob Ford, principal
      creditor. Lib. F, p. 433.
      1756 Dec 04 Bond of Jacob Ford as Adm'r; William Gamble,

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LINKAGE BEGIN 00  Jedediah Allen/Elizabeth Howland


Ralph Allen 64
   n. of Sandwich, MA. GMONJ  bro. to Henry
   mf ____ ___ __ in England.
   mf<1647 ___ __ Esther Swift 64
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Swift 63 et ux Joan, or Jane of Sandwich, MA.
   n. 1662 Oct 12
      Joan Swift, will of.
      Leaves Bible and some personal property to granddaughter Experience
      Allen, and 1/3 of her real estate to Jedediah and Experience Allen.
   df ____ ___ __
      1663 Dec 25  (Mayflower Desc. 16:21)
 with Esther (nee Swift 64) Allen
   Jedediah 65    Esther 65
   b16460103      b16481208
 with
   Experience 65  Ephraim 65
   b              b



Henry Allen 64
   bm bro to Ralph

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Matthew Allen _
   bm to George
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel French _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas French _
   n. w. 1686 Oct 24 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Hester, Thomas ; nuncupative will of. Enumerates
      debts due to John Crips, Ralph Rawson, John Test and the Barmoodas
      woman , and by Burgas , laster, Woolly Dalboe, John Readin, John Ithel,
      Antonie Neelson, Mathew Metcalfe, Rich: Turner, Mathew Alen; gives ^
      of a share of the Province to son Robert Hester, he paying
      20s. to his brother Thomas Hester and #5 to his sisters (names not
      given); John Wood and John Bethel to have the residue: "Thomas
      Crouch keeps the niaine deed, William Willies keeps the coppie of the
      deed." Attested as having been heard by Grace Thomas, William Salsbury,
      Mary Margan and Young Morgan.
      1686 Dec 16 proved.
      i586 Oct 27 Inventory of the estate, incl. 208 acres of land (#14.13.35^);
      made by Tho. Matthews and Wm. Warner. Gloucester Wills
      1686 . Letters of administration on the estate granted to
      John Woodand Jno. Bethell. Burlington Records, p. 13
   n. w. 1687 Aug. 2. Marriage Certificate, dated at the house of Injons Elton
      on Northampton or Rancokas Creek, of William Budden and Ann Norton;
      signed by Richard Basnett, Justice; Thomas Kendall, Anthony Elton,
      John Ingrowen (?), George Elton, John Petty, George Willies, Mathew Allen,
      Susancke Elton, Thomas Elton, Mary Candall, Reachle Allen, Mary Willes.
      Burlington Wills
   n. wm 1694 Nov 09 NJA_COW 1670-1730_XXIII
      Gardener, Gardner, John, of Burlington; will of.
      Divides real and personal estate between "my young cousins, the children
      of my brother and sisters," brother Thomas, Samuel Furniss, sister
      Hester Wills, sister Elizabeth Gardner, cousin John Wills, cousin
      Elizabeth Gardner, brother-in-law James Wills, sisters-in-law Mary and
      Francis Righton, father Thomas Gardner residuary legatee and executor.
      Wit.: Robert Hudson, Richard Love, James Hills.
      Proved December 15, 1694.
      1694 Dec. 13. Inventory of the estate (#359.16.-, inch a silver dram
      cup, bonds of Lawrence Morice, Mathew Allen, book debts due by John
      Labert, John Parres, James Saterthay, Tho. Kendall, Walter Oumpherys,
      James Wills, Tho. Glading, and a house and lot on High St., valued at
      #150); made by Isaac Marriott, Samuel Fornis and Benj. Wheate.
      1694 Dec 15 Bond of widow Elizabeth Gardner, mother of John, as
      administratrix; John Tatham and Isaac Marriott fellow bondsmen.
      1694 Dec 15 Will proved, in which his father, Thomas Gardner,
      was named as executor. Letters of administration granted to his mother,
      Elizabeth Gardner, of Burlington, widow. Burlington Records, p. 23
   n . w.  ____ Jun 3 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      French, Thomas; copy of will of, dated 1699 May 3 .
      Testator about to sail for England, leaves to wife Elizabeth house and
      plantation of 420 acres below John Test's, to son Charles 200 a. near John
      Hudson's with reversion of the plantation after wife's death, and land at
      Neather Heyford, England, to daughters Rachell Allen, Hannah Busby,
      Sarah Wood, Mary Busby, Jane Hall, Lydia, Rebecca; sons Thomas, Richard
      legacies, payable by son Charles.
      Wit.: John Paine, Tho:
      Eves, John Hollinsliead, junior.
      1699 April 21. Inventory of the estate (personal #68. 5.7, the plantation
      of 400 a. #200); made by John Paine, Thomas Harding, John Hudson and
      Thomas Eves.
      1699 May 3. Bond of Charles French, of Wellingborrow, yeoman, as
      executor. Matthew Allen and Henry Grubb fellow bondsmen.
      Burlington Wills
      1699 May 3. Will proved by and administration granted to his son
      Charles French. Burlington Records, p. 29
   wm 1701 Sept. 7 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Matthew, of Chester; will of.
      Wife Rachel; sons: Matthew, Thomas; daughters: Marsy and Mary;
      legacies to Isaac Conorow and his daughter Alinor, to Jacob Conorow and
      Anthony Frier.  Land on John Adams' path and on Northampton River,
      personal property.
      Exec.: the wife and son Mathew.
      Wit.: Abraham Heulings and Isaac Conarroe.
      1701 Oct 17 proved.
      1701 Oct 9. Inventory of the estate (#743.7.8), made by John Pain,
      Tho. Eves and Abr. Heulings.
      1701 Oct 17. Bond of Rachel, widow, and Mathew, son of dec'd, as
      executors, Richard French and Charles French, all of Burlington, sign
      also the bond.
      1708-9 Feb t8 Allen, Thomas, son of Mathew, of Burlington Co.,
      placed under the guardianship of Hugh Sharp, who has married his moth-
      er, Rachel, the widow of Matbew. Lilj. i, p. 226
      1709 April II. Bond of Hugh Sharp, of Burlington, gent., who has
      married Rachel, widow of Mathew Allen, as guardian of Thomas Allen,
      the II years old son of Mathew and Rachel; Thos: Napier, of the same
      place, blacksmith, and Obadiah Hierton, fellow bondsman.  Burlington Wills
 with Rachel
   Matthew _      Thomas _       Mar4cy _       Mary _
   b1698          b              b              b


Jedediah Allen 65
   bm 1646/7 Jan 03 to Ralph Allen 64 et ux Esther (nee Swift 64) Allen at
      Sandwich, MA.
   mf~1668 ___ __ Elizabeth Howland 65
   bf~164_ ___ __ to Henry Howland 64 et ux Mary (nee Newland 64) Howland
   n. NJ_HOMonC - New Jersey, History of Monmouth County - Ellis
      lived in northwest corner, Shrewsbury NJ_HOMonC P575
      <1692 emigrated from New England before NJ_HOMonC P620.
      1695 trustee of Friends' Meeting of Shrewsbury NJ_HOMonC P577
      1700 settler in Monmouth <1700 NJ_HOMonC P82.
      1700 member of Court of Inauiry NJ_HOMonC P98
      1703 member General Assembly, East Jersey NJ_HOMonC P36
   n. Sandwich Friends Register of B & M has a partial index showing the
      marriage on P61, but that page is missing from the book.
   n. w. 1684-5 Feb. 21 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Parker, Joseph, of Shrowsbury, yeoman.
      Inventory of the personal estate of (#204. 1.6); made by Eliakim Wardell
      and Sam'l Dennis. Monmouth Wills
      16S5 May 15. Administration on the estate granted to Jedidia Allen
      and Geo. Hulett. N. J. Archives, XXL, pp. 63
      1685 May 15. Bond of Jedidiah Allen and George Hulett as administrators         of the estate. Thomas Cooke fellow bondsman. Monmouth Wills
      l()94r-o Feb. 13. Parker, Josepll. Administration on the estate
      of, granted to John Lippincott of Shrewsbury. N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 221
      1695-6 Feb. 12. Receipt of Jolin Lippincott for #139.11.4 as admin-
      istrator of the estate. Monmouth Wills
   n. w. 1688 July 13. Browne, Nicholas, of Shroesberry.
      Bond of, to prosecute the caveat against granting to Jedidiah Allen, a
      patent for 30 acres at G Neck. Monmouth Wills
   n. w. 1688 Nov 11 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Eatton, Thomas, of Shrewsbury; copy of will of.                                 Wife Jeguisah. Son-in-law (? stepson) Joseph Wines, an expected child,
      mother Mercy Coriway, living in the Town of Goodhurst, Co. of Kent,
      England, friend John Dennis, son of Robert Dennis of Portsmouth, R. I.
      Farm and mill in Shrewsbury, land near George Keith betw. Jedidiah Allen
      and Francis Borden, land in the Town of Dartmouth, New England, on Norkint      Neck and Cedar Island, rights to undivided lands in Dartmouth. Personal         property. The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Judah Allen, Thomas Ilillborn and Samuel Dennis.
      Dec 13 proved , N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 263, and Monmouth Wills
   n. w. 1686 Nov 13  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Leeds, Thomas, of Shrosbery; will of.
      Wife Margret. Sons: Danell and William. Land in Shrosbery Town. Personal
      property. The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Jedidiah Allen, Thomas Eaton and Thomas Vicars.
      1687 Nov 28 proved .  N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 107, and Monmouth Wills
      16S7 Nov. 28. Inventory of the personal estate (#68. il.o); made by
      Jedidiah Allen and Thomas Eaton.
      1687 Dec 12 Bond of his widow Margaret Leeds as executrix of
      the last will. John Hance of Shrosberry and Ben: Griffith of Amboy
      bondsmen.
   n. 1695 Mar 05
      Grantee: Jedediah Allen, Peter Tilton and Remembrance Lippingot
      Description: one acre at Shrewsbury "to ye use benifitt & behoof of
      ye poor people belonging to ye Religious Socity of ye people of God
      called quakers forever and for a place to erect a meeting house and
      make a burying place."
   wm 1711 Sep 15 - 1711/2 Feb 06
      Jedediah Allen  names wife Elizabeth and 12 children, 2
      grandchildren and Mary, daughter of John Allen of Woodbridge.
   wm 1711 Sep 15 NJA_COW 1630-1730 1SV23
      Allen, Jedidiall, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife Elizabeth; children: Ephraim, who has son Joseph and
      dau. Dinah; Ralph, Henry, Jonathan, David, Elisha, Nathan, Judah,
      Esther Adams, Mary Wells, Patience Tilton and Meribah Thorn; legacy
      to Mary, dau. of John Allen. Land, 230 acres, in Pennsilvania, 80 a. in
      Shrewsbury adjoining Thomas White, and other real property; personal
      estate (twelve silver spoons). The wife executrix.
      Wit.: Amos White, Wm. Brinley, Sam'l Dennis, Jacob Dennis.
      1711 Sep 25  Codicill disposes of real estate forgotten in the will;
      Wit.: Sam'l Dennis, Wm. Hunt, Thomas Chambers.
      1712 February 06 proved. Lib. I, p. 350
      1711-12 Feb. 8. Inventory of the personal estate (#1,454.7.5, incl.
      money due by his son Ralph; several bonds, #522; a silver tankard and
      other silver ware, #30; books, #15; a negro girl and a grindstone,
      together #41); made by Thomas White and George Corleis, and sworn to
      by Elizabeth Allen, executrix.
   dm 1711/2 Jan 21 at Shrewsbury, NJ.
      inventory L1454:7:5  NJW-Unrec. 11:311;12:310
   df>1713 ___ __ Ply. Co. Wills, V3 P2,P10; Howland Gen.: 68-69; NEHGR
      25:146; AGDRI:65
 with Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   Experience 66  Ephraim 66     Elisha 66      Nathan 66      Judah 66
   b16690830      b16701230      b16721017      b16730202      b16751017
   Esther 66      Ralph 66       Henry 66       Mary 66        Patience 66
   b16770326      b16780107      b16790324      b16811115      b16830508
   Meribah 66     David 66       Jonathan 66
   b16861112      b16891016      b16891016

   mf ____ ___ __ Experience Swift _
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Swift _
 with Experience
   Experience _   Experience _   Eliashib _     Judah _        Esther _
   b16700830      b16711230      b16721017      b16751017      b16770326


Jolin Allen _
   n. w. 1753 Jan 30 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Jolin, of Springfield, Burlington Co., yeoman. Int.
      Bond of widow, Mary, of Springfield as Adm'x; John Butcher
      and Matthew Allen, both of said Co., yeomen, fellowbondsmen.
      Lib. 7, p. 307.

Ralph Allen _
   bm brother Jedediah
   mf Mary
   wm 1748 Mar 26 NJACOW.  Lib. E. P166.
      Ralph Allen, of Shrewsbury town, Monmouth Co.; will of.  Wife Mary.
      children - Rebecca, Juday and Elizabehtm under fourteen years of age.
      Executor: - brother Jedidiah Allen and cousin Joseph Allen,
      Witness: William Cook, Timothy Hance and Jacob Dennis
      1748 Apr 27 Proved,
   n. w. 1748 Mar 26 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Ralph, of Shrewsbury town, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Children: Rebecca, Judah and Elizabeth, under fourteen years        of age.
      Exec.: brother Jedidiah Allen and cousin Joseph Allen.
      Wit.: William Cook, Timothy Hance and Jacob Dennis.
      A1748 pril 27 proved. Lib. E, p. 166.
      . Inventory of the personal estate, #191.11.3; made by
      Joseph and Jacob Corlies.
 with Mary
   Rebecca _      Juday _        Elizabeth _
   b              b              b

Tabitha Allen _
   bf 1718 Nov 10 to Ralph Allen_ et ux Margaret (nee Denn_)Allen was
     born posthumousy.
   mi 1736 Apr 10 Thomas Ford _
   bm 1709 Apr 04 to William Ford _ et ux Rebecca (nee Burling _) Ford in NJ. He
      dm~1791 Mar wehen will proved on 21st in New Brunswick, NJ.
   mf Ann who diec > 1791,

Ephraim Allen _
   mf ____ ____ __ Mary
   n. w. 1732 Aug 22 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Slooum. Samuel, of Shrewsbury Town, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife, Deborah. Son, Nathaniel, land "below where negro Gibey now dwells,"
      to my brother John's line. Son, Amasiah, land adjoining Stofild Longstreet
      Son, Pelick, land adjoining John Hulit. Son, Samuel. Daughters:
      Eathaliah and Margaret. Testator's mother to live in his house.
      Exec.: friend, George WilHams, and Eaphram Allin.
      Wit.: Mary Allin, William Cradock, John Slocum.
      1733 Aug 02 proved. Lib. B, p. 455.
   n. w. 1741-2 Mar 12 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Cook, Edward Patterson, of town of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife, Katherine. Land at Shark River.
      Children: Ebenezer (eldest son), Margaret, William, John, Thomas
      and Edward Paterson, all evidently under age.
      Exec.: Wife, "my brother, Ephraim Allen and brother Job Cook."
      Wit.: Stoffil Longstreet, Harman Lane, John and Peter Parker.
      1742 Mar 02 proved John Parker and the executors, Quakers.
      Monmouth Wills, 9642 M.
   n. w. 1747 Aug 22 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Cook, William, of town of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., carpenter; will of.
      Wife, Rebecca. "My brothers and my sister."
      Exec.: brother, Jasher Cook, and uncle, Ephraim Allen.
      Wit.:  Obadiah Williams, William Cook, Jr. and Jacob Dennis.
      1747 Oct 31 proved.  Exec.s all Quakers. Lib. E, p. 141.
      1747 Sep 14 Inventory, #235.09.09 ; made by Joseph and Jacob Corlies.
   wm 1747 December 20
      Allen, Ephralm, of Shrewsbury town, Monmouth Co., will of.
      Wife, Mary. Children: Joseph and Lydia. Grandson, John Allen.
      Exec.: wife and friend Job Cook.
      Wit.: Emmanuel Woolley, Benjamin Woolley, Stephen Cook and Amariah Slocum.
      1747 December 28 prroved. Exec.s, being Quakers, affirmed. Lib. e, p. 143.
      1747, December 24. Inventory of personal estate, #189.00.11; made
      by William Jackson and Daniel Williams.
 with Mary
   Joseph _       Lydia _
   b              b
Joseph
 with
   John
Lydia
   n. w. 1747-8 Feb 20 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Lydia, daughter of Ephraim Allen of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.,
      nuncupative will of.
      Brother. Joseph. Mother, Mary Allen. Cousins: Lydla Parker and
      Alice Goodbody.
      Signed by Rachel Dennis and Lydia Parker, 1747-8 March 1.  proved by
      Rachel Dennis and Lydia Parker (Quaker), who testify that Lydia Allen died
      at twelve o'clock at night, (?) Feb 22nd Monday. Lib. E, p. 144.


Nathaniel Allen _
   n. w. 1684 (? 9) Jan. 25 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23 P94
      Clarke, John, of Monmouth Co. " The estate of, desesed, that was praised
      by John Throckmorton and John Stout are as foloeth to one sow and 9
      shotes at fore pounds Sixten Shillings as witnes our hands."
      1691 Nov 17 Clarke, John. "A Trew & p'rfect Inventory of all the Goods
      that was in the boate taken vp by John & Andrew Thompson belonginge to
      John Clarke who was murdered by Thomas Leatherland," #28.10, a peddler's
      pack, incl. a number of books. Added a list of notes and bills due to
      said Clarke, #64.14.6, by Richard Turner, Robert Turner, Xpopher Harrison,
      Patrick Robinson, John Hendrickson, Tho: Bedford, Wm. Stockdell,
      Ellas Webb, Nathaniel Allen, Dennis Rochford, Wilkinson and Wm. Currier;
      made by John Thompson and Sam'l Hedge.
      1691 Nov 20. Account of the goods, #16.3.6, found in the possession
      of Thomas Leatherland, incl. a pair of pendants set in gold #1, 3 yds. of
      silk save I2s., 2 yds. of serge 8s.; made by the same as before.
      Salem Wills, A, 65 to 68

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Hannah Allen _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Juda
   mm 1697 Nov 26 Joseph Heritage _, of Shrewsbury. Haddonfield Friends Meeting,
      NJ_GCMR P233.
   bm 1674 ___ __ to Richard Heritage _ who came from Brayes, Warwickshire, ENG.
      Gotsf and elsewhere in ref Gotsf Richard came formSuttow under Brailey,
      Gloucester, ENG and settled on the Pennsaukin Creek.
 with Joseph Heritage _
   Joseph _       Elizabeth _    Hannah _       Mary _         Benjamin _
   b              b1716          b              b              b
   John _
   b

Thomas Allen _
   n. w. 1712-3 Mar 17.  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Watson, Peter, junior, of Middletown. Inventory
      of the personal estate of (#142.6.2); made by Robert Gillchrist, Andrew
      Redford and John Brown. Sworn to by Peter Watson, administrator,
      Nov, II, 1713.
      1715 Oct. 14. Additional inventory by Peter Watson, giving debts
      due to the estate by Obadiah Boun, vJiias. Gordon, Mathias Verbrick,
      John Campbell, Charles Jalje, David Johnston, James Edward, Samuel
      Bivil], Thomas Hankison, Derik Tice, Thomas Roberts, Thomas Combs,
      Thomas Hervi, Alex. Dove, Richard Watson, Thomas Alisone, James
      Craig, Samuel Forman, John Broun, Thomas Allin, Ben. van Clive,
      Abram Rumax, Thomas Chirie, John Hutton, Wm. Estill, Wm. Davi-
      sone, James Stout, Cobus and Peter Romane, Ben, Stout, John Costin,
      Wm. Clerk, John Reid senior, John Morfit, Thomas Tan ton, Joseph
      Malat, Joseph Murgane, Charles Hubs, Wm. Hay, James Wmsone, John
      Hampton, Dugall McCalum, Robert Barclay, John Cleminger, Edward
      Tailor, Alex'r Steward, John Romane, Thomas Smith shoemaker, Wm.
      Wilkisone, Margrat Whitlock, Abram Peterson, John Fragmorton,
      Thomas Boells, Gershom Wallen, John Whitlock, Thomas Canaan, John
      Whitlock junior, Richard Mount, Lewis Nisbit, Joseph Dasat, John Apl-
      gate, Andrew Hampton, Gideon Craford, Richard Pipinger, John Stout,
      John Peirce. Monmouth Wills
      1715 Oct. 14. Account of the estate by Peter Watson, showing pay-
      ments to Thomas Clerk for widow Glencros, John Habron,: van Hook,
      Androw Burnet, widow Clerk, John Baird, Wm. Paron, Thomas Gordon,
      Arie Benit, George Malet, John Frasie, Richard Stilwell, John van Horn,
      Robert Wats, John Johnstone and Wm. Bradford.
      1716 Nov. 4. Addition to the account of the estate, by Peter Wat-
      son, showing payments to John Habron, William Barent, Samuel Leonard,
      Georg Job, Thomas Foreman and Thomas Clark as well as receipts from
      John McCallum and Marey Hampton.


Page 6

Experience Allen 66
   bf 1669 Aug 30 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mm 1692 ___ __ Benjamin Field 66
   df 1704 ___ __ HEQG 3:17; NJA 23:162

Ephraim Allen 66
   bm 1670 Dec 30 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
      at Sandwich, MA.
   mf 1681 Mar 29 Margaret Wardell 66 of Province of E. Jersey, he of
      Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.  LDSR Shrewsbury MM
   n. w. 17_7 Jan -- NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Wardell, Eliakim, of Shrewsbury Town. Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Children: Esther, Sarah, Cathrine and Stephen.
      Exec.: wife, John Calton (Catton), Samuel Leonard, Solomon Wardell.
      Wit.: Joseph Wardell, Benjamin Corlies, Andria Webley. Jr.
      1738 May 04 proved. Lib. C, p. 197.
      1738 Apr 12 Inventory, #105.3; made by Ephraim Allen and Benjamin Corliss.
   n. w. 1749 May 19 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
       ng Henry Gren and John Hulet. Son-in-law, Ephraim Allen. Youngest son.
      Job. Meadow near Raccoon Island, adjoining William and Francis Jefery's
      meadow. Bog in Shrewsbury South River, adjoining Stephen Cook. Daughter,
      Catharine Cook. Ten grandchildren, children of testator's daughter,
      Sarah Curies, deceased.  Daughter Sarah's eldest son, Stephen Cook (sic);
      Ebenezer Cook (sic), daughter Sarah's next eldest son. Ephraim Parker,
      Joshua Parker and Lydia Potter, each a heifer.
      Exec.: son, Bartholomew, and sons-in-law Ephraim Allen and
      Edward Patison Cook.
      Wit.: Solomon Wardell and Beriah Goddard.
      1746 Mar 15 proved  . (Bartholomew West and Ephraim Allen, Quakers).
      Lib. E, p. 22.
      1747 Apr 7 Inventory, #80.4.9; made by Joseph Parker and Jacob Lippincott.
   n. w. 1685 May 15 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Gloslillg, John, of Burlington, intending to go to Barbados; will of.
      Wife, name not given; son John. Real and personal estate. Arthur Cooke,
      Robert Dimsdale and Francis Collins executors.
      Wit.: Susanna Budd, Jo: Beere, Henry Grubb, Seth Smith.
      1685-6 Feb 12 proved.
      1685-6 Jan 19 Inventory of the estate #766.6.6, of which #100 stand
      for the plantation and #333 as due by Ephraim Allen, Samuel, Thomas and
      John Leonard, Tho. Aikinson, Wm. Biddle, Mordacay Bouden, Daniel Brinson,
      Will. Britweu, Tho. Bowman, Jos. Blower, James Bud, Tho, Brooks,
      Symon Charles, Wm. Cole, Will Dark at the Falls, Jon. Eldridge, Wm. Embly,
      Elias Farr, Sam. Jenings, Tho. Gladding, Henry Grub, Godfrey Hancock,
      John Hornor, Thom. Kendall, Freedom Lipencott, Isack Merrotl,
      Jno. Newbolt, Tho. Oliver, Will. Peachy, Tho. Revell, Tho.  Wright,
      Antho. Morrise, Jno. Skeen, Mahlon Stacy, Hugh Staniland, Hannah Scott,
      Zebulon Thorpe, Daniel Wills, Jno. Woolson senior and junior,
      Gilbert Wheler, Tho. Williams, Jno. Wills, Wm. Wood, Geo.  Hutchison,
      Ric. Basnett, Antho. Pay, Peter Jenings, Tho. Thackery, Abraham Broun,
      Fran. Stevens, Jno. Day, Jonathan Beere, Jno. Chipman, Christian Chipman,
      James Wells, Sam. Androse, Sam. Burden, Will.  Budd, Wm. Matlack,
      Will. Hunt, Tho. Barton, Daniel Ingland, Walter Pumfry, Will. Wayt,
      Abraham Senior, Grifhn Jones and Arthur Cooke, while #261.11.- are due to
      Tho. Gardner, Tho. Budd, Elizabeth Savery, Elinor Barber, John King,
      Ebenizar Langford, Patience Loyd, Doctor Dimsdale, Will. Framton,
      Geo. Gray, John Glover, Rob. Hudson, Mary Chipman, Henry Curler,
      James Wells, John Budd, Edw. Slade, Peter Boss, Charles Reed, Ben. Wheat
      and Amy Child; made by Geo. Hutcheson and James Budd.
      1685-6 Feb 27 Bond of the executors named in the will.
      1685 . Letters of administration on the estate granted to A thur Cooke,         Robert Dimsdale and Francis Collins.  Burlington Records, p. 13s
      1697 May 8. Crosling, John, son of John, of Burlington, dec'd.
      Bond of Thomas Revell of Burlington, gentleman, and Thomas Gardiner
      of Groveline, Gloucester Co., W. J., as guardians of.
      1702-3 Feb. 23. Being 19 years old he chooses Tho. Briant as guardian,
      who with Henry Grubb signs a new bond.
   n. w. 1687 Oct. 28 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Blackmau, Bryant, of the Island of Barbados.
      Administration on the estate of, granted to Samuel Leonard, of Middletown.
      See N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 104
      1687-8 Feb. 21. Inventory of the personal estate, #30.-, made by
      William Leeds Victor, Ephraim Allin, Joseph Wardell, Tho: Webley.
      1688 April I. Account of the estate, by tlie administrator, Samuel
      Leonard,
      1688 April II. Additional property of Bryan Blackman appraised at
      #18.12.- by William Leeds Victor and Nicholas Browne.
   wm 1691-2 Jan. 30 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Ephraim, of Shrowsbery; will of.
      Wife, two sons and a daughter; names not given. The wife, her father,
      George Allen and John Williams to order the outward estate.
      Wit.: Faith Hunt, George Allen, Lidya Wardell and Elizabeth Hance.
      1691-2 Feb I proved
      N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 220, and Monmouth Wills
      1693 6th m. (Aug.) 5th d.  "Whearas ovr nams are mentioned in the
      will of ovr brothar Ephram Allin desesed we whos nams are vnder writen
      doe vpon good concideration Resigne vp all ovr trvst tharin to Margret
      Allin in the sd will mentioned as to administration as witnes ovr hands
      Shrovsbry." Eliakim Wardell, John Williams, George Allin; witnessed
      by Lydia and Mary Wardell.
      1693 Aug. 20. Inventory of the personal estate (#85.12.0), made by
      Thomas Cooke, George Corles, Peter White and Samuel Dennis.
      1694-5 Feb. 13. Bond of William West, of Shrewsberry, and wife
      Margaret, formerly widow of Ephraim Allen, as executors of the last
      will; John West and William Wolly, fellow bondsmen.
      1693 6th m. (Aug.). 5th NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allin, Ephraim, of (?) Eliakim Wardell,
      John Williams and George Allin renounce their right of administration
      (executorship?) in favor of Margret Allin, dated at Shrowsbry.
      Monmouth Wills
   wf 1692 Nov. 19 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Margret, inventory of the personal estate
      (#132.2.0, incl. 2 bullacks and on neger, .-#19), indorsed "estate of
      Ephraim Allen," and made by William Shatlock and Thomas Cooke.
      Monmouth Wills
 with
   Jedediah 67    Joseph 67      Vashti 67      Dinah 67
   b16950406      b16970401      b1700__23      b170203
 with Elizabeth (nee Maddocks 66) Allen
   James 67       Benjamin 67    Isaac 67       Hepsibath 67
   b170           b170           b170           b17

Elisha Allen 66
   bm 1672 Oct 17 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   n. NJ_HOMonC  - History of Monmouth County
      1700 settled in Monmouth Co., prior to. NJ_HOMonC P82
   dm>1711

Nathan Allen 66
   bm 1673/4 Feb 02 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Margery Burnett 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Burnett 65, a proprietor, 1705.
   df
  n. w. 1702 Sd m. (May) 13tli d. NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Field, Benjamin, of Burlington; will of.
      Wife Experience, sole executrix. Children: Robert, Benjamin,
      Susanna, Elizabeth, an expected child, mother Susanna Field. Eight
      hundred acres of land in Burlington Co., adjoining John Adams, 2400 a.
      above the Falls of Delaware, 200 a. of a farm sold to brother Ambrose
      Field and reserved. Personal estate.
      Wit.: Sam'l Jennings, Edward Hunlocke, Ann Jennings, Mary Wheat.
      Proved and letters testamentary granted to Nathan Allen, trustee and
      executor of Experience Field November 3, . Lib. i, p. 88
   n. w. 1702 3d in. (May) 30th d NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Field, Experience, of Burlington, widow of Benjamin; will of.
      Children: Robert, Benjamin, Sussannah and Elizabeth, all under age;
      legacy to Joseph, son of Isaak and Sussannah Mariott of Burlington.
      Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: brother Nathan Allen and brother-in-law Isaak Meriott;
      Edward Rockhill to take the place of executor, if one of those named
      should die. Father Jedidiah Allen is requested to cast a fatherly eye
      upon the children.
      Wit:.  Henry Gruljb, Sam'l Furnace, Sam'l Jennings.
      1704 Dec 17 proved, according to original in Burlington Wills.
      1704-5 Jan 17 proved, according to Lib. i, p. 94
      1702 June 29. Inventory of the estate of Benjamin Field and wife
      (#2256.-.-, incl. 6 silver spoons, and bonds due by James Molein,
      Rob't Blackshavv, Alex'r Furnian, Anthony Whitehead, Marmaduke Horsman,
      John liydoii, Henry Oxley, Nath. Feild, Ambrose Feild, Charity St phens,
      Samuel Boon, Henry Burr, Moses Pettett, John Chesher, Juda Allen,
      Samuel Hofmire, Richard Come, Nath. Allen); made by Henry Grubb,
      Christo: Wetherill and Samuel Fornis.
   n. w. 1703 3d m. (May) 27th d.   NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Smith, Deborah, of Burlington; nuncupative will of.
      Makes her brothers Richard and Samuel executors of her estate.
      Proved by the testimony of Elizabeth, wife of John Wills, 22
      years old, and of Sarah Smoke, 26 years old, July 5, 1703, and June 27,
      1704. Lib. I, p. 73
      1704 June 29. Inventory of the personal estate, mostly dry goods,
      #155.3.5^; made by Benj. Wheate and Isaac Marriott.
      1704-5 Jan. 25. Affidavit of Elizabeth Browne, that a piece of India
      Calico, worth 30s. and belonging to her, has by mistake been inventoried
      as of Deborah Smith's estate and order for its return to said Elizabeth.
      1 Andrew is mentioaed as son twice in the will.
      1704-5 March 19. Bond of Richard Smith as administrator of the estate.
      Nathan Allen, fellow bondsman, both of Burlington.
      1705 Aug. 4. Accounts of the estate by Richard Smith, showing payments to
      Dr. Rob't Roberts, Thos. England, Renier Jansen, Mary Marywether,
      Geo. Gray, Tho. Coates, Abr. Bickley, Sam. Buckley, Jane Smoot,
      Joshua Johnson, Sarah Smoke, Nath'l Westland, Dan. Smith, Geo.  Claypoole,
      Ric. Armitt (?), Ann Pharro, Jno. Appleton, Tho. Truss, Joshua Tottery,
      Will. Biddle, Tho: Masters, Edw. Shippen, Martha Dumer.
   n. NJ_HOMonC  - History of Monmouth County - Ellis 1885.
      1706 son-in-law of Robert Burnet, bought land, Upper Freehold. NJ_HOMonC
      P617
      1706, son of Jedediha Allen, first settler at Allentown. NJ_HOMonC P620
      Allentown named for NJ_HOMonC P623
   n. w. 1 .
      Davenport, Francis, of Chesterfield, Builington Co. ; will of.
      Sons: Francis and Isaac (under 21); daughters: Sarah Hall, Anne,
      wife of Isaac Decow, who has son Joseph Decow, Abigail, Esther and
      Rebecca Davenport, the last not yet iS, daughter-in-law Susanna Field;
      legacies to the Meetinghouse, Jno. Leeson, Tho: Miller and Moses Pettit.
      Son Isaac to go to school for one year. Son Francis sole executor with
      the assistance of Thomas Lambert and son-in-law Isaac Decow. Home
      farm at Croswicks Creek, lot in Burlington; silver buttons, a small silver
      tumbler.
      Wit.: John Bunting, Samuel Butcher and Joseph Reck-
      less.
      1707 April 16 proved. Lib. i, p. 174
      1707 I5lh d. 2dm. (April). Inventory of the personal estate, #1692.-
      13.45^, incl. a silver tumbler of 2^ oz. weight #1.2.-, 2 do. cups, 8 do.
      spoons and some broken plate, in all 41^ oz. #16.10.-, 3 old Bibles, bills
      and bonds #373.9.1, book debts #601.16.11, and debts due by Indians
      #23.16.5^; made by Peter Frettwell, Isaac Marriott, Edward Rockhill
      and John Tantum.
      1720 Nov. 14 and 15. List of goods of, sold at auction by Isaac Nor-
      ris, the administrator of the estate, to Edward Beak, Josiah Key, Thomas
      Foulke, Roliert Mongomery, 14 head of neat cattle #26, Nathan Allen,
      the servant man Robert Dale #13.10, Robert Rowe, a young mare #5.11,
      Wm. Satlerthwait, Thomas Lambert, John Lawrence, Robert Chapman,
      Anthony Bunting, John Laning, Gabrall Still, Daniel Beach, James Dun-
      dein, Samuel Bunting, Jacob Large, Gerrard Eddge, Richard Ellison,
      Henry Nailbord, William Wood, Tho: Wetherell, Tho: Shreve, John Mid-
      dleton, Joseph King, Wm. Thorn, A'm Cook; the sale bringing in
      #199.19.9.
      1727 Aug. 8. Account of the estate, #434.7.11, by the administrator,
      Isaac Norris, who charges himself with same, "Left w'th the Widdow for
      her Use, which I could not in humanity Divest her off, being So neces-
      sary to her & Children," and is himself a creditor of the deceased to the
      amount of #398.19.11.
   n. w. 1708-9 Mar 22 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Newhold, Joshua, of Chesterfield, Burlington Co., gent.; will of.
      Wife Hannah. Daughters: Mary and Anna; son Joshua. Land, 300 acres,
      inherited from father Michael Newbold, plantation of 249 a., in said
      township, bought of Samuel Andrewes 1693 July 20, another plantation in
      the same township of 192 a., bought of Samuel Barnes. Personal property:
      an agatt hilt rapier, a case of pistols, a scarlet coat.
      Exec.: the wife and brother Michael.
      Wit.: Thomas Revell, John Hollway.
      1709 Nov 29 proved. Lib. i, p. 241
      1709 Mar 31 Inventory of the personal estate, #603.13.4, incl. a negro
      man and woman #100.: , 900 bushels of wheat at 4s. 3d. the bushel, in
      bonds and book debts #110.17.7; made by Samuel Tayler, Nathan Allen and
      Thomas Potts.
   n. w. 1709 Dec 29 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      AlbertuS, John, of Mansfield Township, Burlington Co., planter; will of.
      Wife Sarah; children: John, Richard, daughters names not given, and an
      expected child. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife, brother James Laurence and brother Richard Ellison.
      Wit.: Nathan Allen, Wm. Biddle, Joseph Plumleigh, John Richardson,              Charles Macklane.
      1709-10 Mar 16 proved. Lib, i, p. 262
      1709-10 Jan. 14. Inventory of the personal estate, #460.14.4, incl. a
      Bible 6 sh., four bonds #200, four slaves #100, made by Nathan Allen,
      Chailes Mackelene and Joseph Reckless.
   n. w. 1713 Nov 16 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Farusworth, Susannah, of Chesterfield Township, Burlington Co., widow;
      will of. Children: Daniel, Henry, Samuel, who has Nathaniel and Mary,
      son Nathaniel dead; legacy to Crosswick Monthly Meeting. Real and personal
      estate. Son Daniel sole executor.
      Wit.: John Ness, William Mainer, John Richardson.
      1713-4 January 23 proved. Lib. I, p. 435
      1713-4 Jan 22 Inventory of the personal estate, #444.5.22^, incl. bills,        bonds and book debts #260.13.2^; made by Nathan Allen, Thomas Folkes            junior and John Rockhill.
   n. NJ_HOMonC  - History of Monmouth County - Ellis 1885.
      1715 grand joror at first county court session at Freehold NJ_HOMonC P403
      1731 taxed in Upper Freehold Township. NJ_HOMonC P613
      Allentown pioneer, land adjoined John Chambers NJ_HOMonC P624
   mf 1721 ___ __ Martha Newbury 66, widow of Francis Davenport the second.
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   n. w. 1724 July 14 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      van Hook, Lawrence, of Monmouth Co., Esq're; will of.
      Wife Hannah. Children: Aaron, Henry, Hannah, wife of Frederick de Boogh,
      Mary, Frances, grandson Solomon de Boogh, under age. Farm at Hopewell,
      Hunterdon Co., bought of Richard Compton, land in Westchester Co., N. Y.,
      bought of Yoosl Palding, do. at Aimwell, Hunterdon C'c, bought of
      Nathan Allen, a lot in Amboy, farm at Monolipone, adjoining John Anderson,
      bought of Thomas Hampton, with a fulling mill, land adjoining said farm,
      bought of Robert Burnet, several parcels of land, bought of
      Frederick de Boogh, Wm. Clark and Johannes Boyse, excepting therefrom
      10 acres sold to Charles Corsen and Jannet, widow and executrix of
      Thomas Gordon, meadow, bought of Richard Clark, 100 in Monmouth Co.,
      bought of Mott Solom. Personal property.
      Exec.: the wife, son Aaron, John Johnstone junior and Lawrence Smith.
      Wit.: Wm. Nichols, Thomas Williams, Wm. Madock.
      1724 Aug 14 proved . Lib. A, p. 301
      1725 Nov. 20. Inventory of the personal estate, #1381.16.10, incl.
      wrought plate #19.6.3, two gold rings #1.14.3, a large L)utch Bible #2.5,
      Dalton's Country Justice and sundry other books #3.4, 5 large and 10
      small pictures #2, an old negro man #10, a negro wench #25, and bonds
      and mortgages due by Jonathan Heldridge, John and Thomas Fenton,
      Bernardus Bryckes, John Morford, Stophel'^ Romine, Mary Green,
      John and Derrick Hoglandt, John Maccolm, John Boyse and Neal Curry,
      Nicholas and Luke Vessels, John Solomon, Hugh Fraizer, Timothy Hurley,
      John Lawrence, John Gus, Benj. Forman, Daniel Dean, A. Allen and
      Jos Iangley, Wm. Montgomry, Alee and Hendrick van Kirk, John Willson
      and Mark Ferrie, Levi and Wm. Brookfield, John Leonard, John Reid,
      Gar'd Edge and Grandine, Wm. Madock and Thos. Williams, Wm. Smith,
      Wm. Purdey, Hendrick Vervey, David Beers, Myndart and Isaac John-
      stone, John and Wm. Leinin, Wm. Wilkinson and Jos. Robins, "S'oos
      Sooy, John F"raizor, Lawrence Smyth, R'd Saltarand Okeson, Hugh Ried,
      Aaron Motteson, Abr'm Emans and Hend'k Hendrickson, Wm. Sakley,
      Peter and Cobus Romine, Gibbons Lawrence and King, Cornelius Tomp-
      son, Jannet Gordon, Tunis Peterson, Thos. Harvey, John Willson, Henry
      van Hook and Parent, John Estel, Benj van Cleve, Thomas Pleadwel,
      Richard Watson, Charles Karson, Solomon Jewsorum, Mary and Christ'n
      Horsman, John Throp, Charles McClain, Thomas Pope, Robert Gravat,
      Arch'd Craig, Sam'I Job, Henry van den Burgh, Richard Britain,
      Peter Joost (pronounced Yowste or Yos-et), a Dutch abbreviation of
      Joseph Stoflel, a Dutch abbreviation of Christoffel, or Christopher.
      Burnet, Peter Squire, Sophia Romine, Jacob Jamison and John Vaughn;
      made by Alex'r Clark, \Vm. Madock and Benj. van Kline.
   n. w. 1732 2nd mo. (Apr.) 12th day.  NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Field, Nathaniel, of Chesterfield, Burlington Co. Int.
      Inventory of the personal estate, #56.9.6; made by John Middleton and
      William Thorne. Includes Bible, and debts of Benjamin Wright, John Pitman,
      John Bunting, Francis Fowler, Nathaniel Warner, William Thorn and
      Nathan Allen.
      1732 Apr 14 Bond of administration of Thomas Betts. William Thorne,
      yeoman, fellow bondsman, both of Nottingham. Lib. 3, p. 190.
      1733 Mar 17 Account. Payments to Joseph Rockhill, Margaret Carre,
      Rob't Chapman, Francis Fowler, John Middleton, Joseph Borden, John Tantum,
      Joshua Raper, Anne Clothier, Elizabeth Fowler, John Tantum, Jr.,
      Elizabeth Coan, Sam'l Rogers, John Anderson, Abrose Field, Elias Smith,
      William Thorn, Preserved Brown, Jr., Sam'l Shords, Benj'n Doughty,
      John Bunting, Richard Oskimm, Benja. Cheshire, James Johnson.
   wm 1732 Dee 02 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Nathan, of Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., Esquire; will of.
      Wife, Martha. To son, Nathan, plantation and grist mills, also land
      adjoining Aaron Robins and Benjamin Applegate. To son Benjamin, plantation
      bought of Benjamin Lawrence, Jr., bounded according to lease to
      William Norton, also the fulling mill.  Daughters: Martha and Margery
      (under sixteen).
      Wife sole executrix.
      Wit.: John Tantum, Jr., Ambrose Feild and Samuel Rogers.
      1738 January 30 proved by John Tantum, Quaker.  Lib. 4, p. 154.
      1738  m. (Jan.). 11th. d. Inventory of estate, #1194.15.1, incL one negro
      man and two boys, a negro woman and one girl; made by John Tantum and
      John Middleton.
   n. w. 1734 Deo 20 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Clothier, Henry, of Aliens Town, Monmouth Co., currier.
      Account of Ann Clothier, administratrix. Inventory of per-
      sonal estate amounted to #430. 12. 314. Credit side of account men-
      tions: Edmund Beakes, Gabriel Stelle, Samuel Lovett, Joseph Kinnan,
      John Black, Samuel Rogers, Elias Smith, Peter Vantillburgh, Mar-
      garet Carr, Nathan Allen, Joseph Rockhill, John Quicksall, John
      Middleton, Joseph Borden, Benjamin Applegate, Dorothy Large, Daniel
      Licker, James Chambers, Abraham Wildes, Benjamin Lawrence, John
      Parsons, Nathaniel Stevenson, Thomas Parks, Peter Brueza, John
      Row, Isaac Ivins, John Newbury, Samuel Robins, Robert Stuart, Wil-
      liam McGhee, Samuel Wright, James Laing, Rachel Fenton, George
      Snow, Robert Montgomerie, William Evilman, Nicholas Stevens,
      Thomas Farrel, Joshua Barker, Benjamin Clark, Arthur WTiitehead,
      Ambrose Field, Nehemiah Cowgill, Richard Smith, John Laning, Doc-
      tor John Brown, Thomas Woodward, Robert English, Guisbert Hen-
      drickson, Lewis Curree, Daniel Hollinshead, Richard Britton, Wm.
      Pool, Samuel Keimer, gone beyond sea; Peter Vantillburgh, Cornelius
      Delany, Henry Coats, Isaiah Folkes, John CoUyer, Joseph Applegate,
      Joseph Butler, James Chambers, Benjamin Doughty, James Moon,
      Joseph Overton, Obadiah Hireton, George Bates, Thomas Terry, John
      Wood, Joseph Britton, Joseph Butler, Thomas Richards, Elisha Law-
      rence, John and Robert Rockhill, William Bickley, Samuel Bustill.
      (See Archives, XXIII, p. 98, for administration).
   dm 1738/9 Jan __  (NJ_HOMonC P2 says 1718 in error).
   n. w. 1747-8 Feb 03 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Robins, James, of ( Allenstown), Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., tailor;
      will of. Wife, Elizabeth, executrix. Son, James, 46 acres bought of
      Nathan Allen. Daughter, Elizabeth, 3% acres bought of Charles Jolley
      Brothers and sisters, but not named.  "
      Wit.: James Laing, Timothy Robins, Thomas Lawrie.
      1747-8 Feb 22 proved . Lib. E, p. 13L
      1747-8 Feb 12 Inventory, #96.3.8 ; made by Charles Jolley, Thomas Lawrie.
 with Margery (nee Burnett 66) Allen
 with Martha (nee Newbury 66) Davenport 66 Allen
   Nathan 67      Benjamin 67    Martha 67      Margery 67
   b              b              b              b

Judah Allen 66
   bm 1675 Oct 17 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
      at Sandwich, Massachusetts.
   mf 1701 Dec 15 Deborah Adams 77, both of Burlington Co.,NJ. Records of
      Haddonfield Friends Meeting.  NJ_HOMonC P620
   bf 1678 May 07 to John Adams 76 et ux Elizabeth at Flushing, NY.
   n. w. 1717 Apr 22 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Newbury, Newberry, Henry, of Evesham Township, Burlington Co.
      Bond of William Newbury of Evesham Township, yeoman, as administrator of
      the estate of. Thomas Wilkins and Benjamin More, both of the same place,
      fellow bondsmen.
      Lib. 2, p. 73, and Administration Bonds, 1716-1756
      1717 April 24. Inventory of the personal estate of, #40.15.-, inch
      Things unseen & forgotten 8p. ; made by Thomas Wilkins and Benjamin Moore.
      1725-6 Jan. II. Account of the estate by the administrator, William
      Newbury, who has made payments to Josiah Foster, Nathan Stanbury,
      John Borlon, Simon Woodro, John Wheeler, Judah Allen, Samuel and
      Daniel Smith, Abraham Bickley, Thomas Denton, Zachariah Rozell, Ben-
      jamin Moor, Elizabeth Britten, widow Mary Bois, James Dulf, and for
      Rebecca and Mary Newbury.
      1724 June 22. Newbury, Mary, an orphan of about 15 years. Let-
      ters of guardianship of, given to Thomas Willkins of Evesham, Burling-
      ton Co. Lib. 2, p. 265
      1729 Dec. 12 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Newbury, Mary, daughter of Henry, of Evesham Township, Burlington Co.,
      single woman, having attained the age of 21, gives a discharge to her
      guardian Thomas Wilkins, whose account shows that her share of the
      father's and grandmother's estate was #7.6. c, which was increased #4. 10
      by rent from real estate, which she and her sister Qwned, while he, the
      guardian, has spent among other items, 9s. iid. for seven yards of
      Oznaburg's for the girl's use, is.6d. for ferriages at Ancokus on his
      way to the Registry Office at Burlington, and is able to give her #5.2.3.
      1724 Jun 22 Newbury, Rebecca, an orphan of about 18 years.  Letters of
      guardianship of, granted to John Hollinshead of Chester Township,
      Burlington Co. Lib. 2, p. 265
   n. w. 1731 Jan 31 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Benjamin (over 16 years old), eldest son of
      Judah. of Evesham, Burlington co., yeoman. Letters of guardianship
      of granted to William Sharo, of Evesham. Burlington Wills, 2057C.
   n. w. 1731 Mar 31 NJA_COW 1730-1759 1SV30
      AddamH. Jededlah, late of Evesham, Burlington Co., miller.
      Margaret Adams declines administration.
      1731 Apr 01 Bond of Judah Allen as administrator; Thomas Hackny fellow
      bondsman, both of Evesham, yeoman. Lib. 3, p. 99A.
      1731 Apr 05 Inventory of personal estate, #47.17, made by Thomas Middleton
      and Thomas Hackney.
   wm 1731 Jun 24 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Judah of Evesham, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Son, Benjamin (under age). Daughters: Rebakah, Elizabeth. Mary and Abigail
      Meadow, formerly Clark Rodman's and land purchased of Judiah Adams.
      Exec.: wife and sons-in-law William Sharp and Edward Clamans.
      Wit.: Francis Hogsett, Arthur Borradaill. Mahlon Stacy.
      1731 Jul 20 proved.
      1731 Aug 02 Inventory of personal estate, #437.1.11; made by
      Thomas Noolin, Joseph Fenimore and Benjamin Moore.
      1731-2, Jan. 31. Benjamin, son and heir of Judah Allen, and orphan
      of about 16, elects William Sharp as guardian, to whom letters of
      guardianship are issued. Lib. 3, pp. 146, 177.
   dm 1731 Jun __ at Evesham, Burlington Co., NJ.
      1731 Aug 02 inventory includes "Deabro Allens weareing apparrell."
      1731/2 Jan 25 administration of estate granted to William and Rebecca
      Sharp and 1731/2 Jan 31, William Sharp was made guardian of the
      orphaned son Benjamin, who was aged over 16. NJW:2051/2063C.
   n. w. 1731 Jan 25 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Deborah, late of Evesham, Burlington Co.
      Bond of William Sharp and Rebecca his wife as administrators (Re-
      becca Sharp being one of the daughters of Deborah Allen, late wife
      of Judah Allen, yeoman, late of Evesham). William Parke and
      James Shearing, all of Burlington Co., fellow bondsmen.
      Wit.: Hugh Sharp, Martha Parke, Richard Parke. Lib. 3, p. 175
 with Deborah (nee Adams 66) Allen
   Rebecca 67     Rebeckah 67    Elizabeth 67   Mary 67        Abigail 67
   b170_          b170_          b17__          b171_          b171_
   Benjamin 67
   b

Esther Allen 66
   bf 1677 Mar 26 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mm 1695 Sep 02 James Adams 66 of Burlington Co., she of Shrewsbury. LDSR
      Shrewsbury MM.
   bm 1671 Aug 05 to John Adams 65 et us Elizabeth (nee Russell 65) Adams
   n. w. 1721-2 Mar 24 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Adams, James, of Chester Township, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Ester; children: Judediah, Thomas, Joseph, John, James, Elizabeth,
      Esther, Hannah, Margery and Patience,
      all except Judediah, Thomas and Elizabeth under age, legacy to kinswoman
      Vastie Allin, The wife sole executrix of real and personal estate.
      Wit.: William Hollinshed, John Hollinshead, George Hollinshead,
      John Kay,
      1722 May 22 proved. Lib, 2, p, 189
      1722 7th d. 3dm. (May). Inventory of the personal estate, #180.19,
      made by Will'am Hollinshed and Sam'll Atkinson.
      1724-5 Feb. 15. Adams, Hannah, daughter of James Adams of Ches-
      ter township, and wife Esther, placed under the guardianship of Thomas
      Ford of the same place. Lib. 2, p. 274
      1724-5 Feb. 15, Adams, John, son of James Adams and wife Ester
      of Chester Township, placed under the guardianship of Thomas Adams
      of the same place, yeoman. Lib. 2, p. 274
      1725 Nov. 12. Adams, Margery, an orphan under 14 years of age,
      placed under the guardianship of her uncle, Judah Allen, of Evesham
      Township, Burlington Co. Lib. 2, p. 307
   dm 1722
   n. w. 1722 Jul 07 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Adams, Esther, of Chester, Burlington Co., widov/; will of.
      Children: Jededia, Thomas, Elizabeth, Joseph, John, James, Esther, Hannah,
      Margery, Patience, the last six under age. Real and personal estate (a
      silver spoon).
      Exec.: brother Juda Allin and Thomas French.
      Wit.: William Hollinshed, Joseph Heritage, John Kay.
      1723 Nov 23 proved. Lib. 2, p. 214
      1722 19th d. 9lh m. (November.) Inventory of the personal estate. #288.15,
      incl. bonds and debts #67.9.4, an old negro man and "sun-
      dry other things" as smith's tools, farm implements, hay, etc., #30.12.7,
      made by Samuel Coles and Joshua Wright.
      1722 Dec 14 "An Inventory of the Consideration of the Plantation
      Late of Esther Adams, dec'd, which Nathan Allen bought, being as fol-
      loweth, vizt: #100 to be paid Dec. 14 next, #100 on the same day in 1724,
      and the last #100 Dec. 14, 1725, all new currency.
   df 1722 Nov __ SHGM 1:247; NJA 23:2
 with Esther (nee Allen 66) Adams
   Jedediah 67    John 67        Thomas 67
   b1696          b1698          b1699

Ralph Allen 66
   bm 1678/9 Jan 07 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Denn _
   n. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nj/monmouth/wills/colwills07.txt
   n. w. 1707-8 May 24 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Hance, John, of Shrewsbury, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Elizabeth. Children: John, Isaak, Mary Antrom, Elizabeth Worthly,
      Deborah Corleis, Judeth Ilardman. Mentions Samuell Childe and
      Tobiah Hanson of Perscatoway, New England. Land in Shrowsberry.
      Personal estate. The wife and son Isaak executors.
      Wit.: Ralph Allen, Hugh Jackson and Remembrance Lippincott.
      1710-1 Jan 27, proved. Lib. I, p. 307, and Monmouth Wills
      1710-11 Feb. 28. Inventory of the personal estate (#168. 15. o inch
      #47.13 in silver money, bills and bonds); made by John Williams,
      Joseph Parker and George Allin, smith; sworn to by Isaac Hance, one of
      the executors, same day.
      1710-II Feb. 26. Oath of Elizabeth Hance as executrix,
   wm 1717 Sept. 13 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Ralph, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Margeret; children: Jedidiah, Aron, Ezekel, James, Mariam, the last
      four under age. Home farm, land in Croswicks, given to testator by his
      mother as loo acres; do. in Freehold, half of what testator and brother
      Henry received from their father; personal estate.
      The wife sole executrix.
      Wit.: Gabriel Stelle, Henry Allen, George Allin.
      1719 Aug 26 proved . Lib. A, p. 132
      1724 . Inventory of the personal estate, #120, made by George
      Allen and George Williams. Indorsed as of Monmouth Co.
   df 1718 Oct 02
   dm ____ ___ 26 from son Jedediah's bible.

Henry Allen 66
   bm 1679/80 Mar 24 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mf 1703 Jan 18 Hannah Corlies 66 of Shrewsbury.  LDSR Shrewsbury MM
   n. NJ_HOMonC - History of Monmouth County - Ellis 1885.
      1710 mentioned in road records NJ_HOMonC P375
      1714 manager of work on goal and courthouse NJ_HOMonC P402
      1714 represented Eatontown's interest in location of county seat.
      NJ_HOMonC P876
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail Adams 66
   n. w. 1715 Apr 12 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Reape, Sarah, of Shrewsbury, N. J., widow of William; will of (very much        worn).  Son William (of unsound mind);
      grandchildren: William Brindly, who has sons Francis, William, Thomas
      Reape and dau. Sarah, William and Sarah Marsh, who has son William,
      Sarah and Elizabeth Brindley; legacies to kinswoman Mary Ware, formerly
      wife of Edward Williams, to Edith, widow of Nathaniel Brier, living at
      Weymouth, England, to the sons of Joseph Brier and his daughters
      Elizabeth and Mary Brier, to the Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting of Friends.
      Farm at Pootepeck Neck, land at Rackpond near Manasquan, 400 acres
      in Freehold, land in Weymouth, England. Personal estate (slaves, a
      great and a little silver cup, five silver spoons).
      Exec.: grandsons William Brindly and Wm. Marsh with William Larrance and        William Hartshorne.
      Wit.: William Corlies, Mary Corlies, Remembrance Lippincott.                    1715-6 Jan 07 Codicill confirms the will and is signed by John Webley,          Ann Chambers and Stephen Colven as witnesses.                                   1716 Mar 29 proved when Mary Corlies is called "alias Allen."                   Lib. A, p. 5, and Monmouth Wills
      1715-6 Jan 25 Inventory of the personal estate, #614.19.9, inch plate           #19.13, books #3, a gold ring #2, eight negroes #190, book debts
      #273.7.9; made by Richard Chambers, Gabriel Stelle and John Williams,
   dm 1748 Aug 30

Henry Allen _
   n. w. 1753 Feb 01 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Henry, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.                     Wife, Sarah. Children: Nathan, John, West, Ryley, Margaret and Elizabeth,
      all under age. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: George Allen and Garritt Morford.
      Wit.: John Holdsworth, Thos. Eatton, Parscan (Pearson) Halstead.
      1753 March 13 proved. Lib. F, p. 124.


Mary Allen 66
   bf 1681 Nov 15 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mm 1706/7 ___ __ Daniel Wells 66, of Cape May. HoMonC, HEQG 2:110;
      NJA 23:498; NJW:269Q; WJD E:312.

Patience Allen 66
   bf 1683 May 08 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mm 1705 Jun 05 Samuel Tilton 66 of NJ, Monmouth Co. LDSR Shrewsbury MM;
      SHGM 1:254; NJA 30:483

Meribah Allen 66
   bf 1686 Nov 12 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mm 1709 Feb 21 William Thorn 66 of Nottingham, Burlington Co., NJ.
      LDSR Shrewsbury MM; SHGM 1:256

David Allen 66
   bm 1689 Oct 16 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Posell 66
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannaqh Champnes 66
   df 1735 May __

David Allen _
   mf Mary
   n. w. 1733 Apr 07 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Chnmbers, John, Sr., of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman.
      Eldest son, John, land whereon he lives, south of the Alewife brook and
      north of highway to Little Silver Neck, joining Peter White. Daughter,
      Patience Wainwright, land testator lives on and land below Lippincott's
      meadow, west of Content Bills and David Allen, both lots on Narrawatticund
      Neck. Son, Josiah Chambers, "non compos mentis." Son-in-law,
      Thomas Wainwright, husband of daughter Patience. Grandson, John Wainwright
      Exec.: son, John, and son-in-law, Thomas Wainwright.
      Wit.: Joseph Parker, Jean West and Jacob Dennis.
      1733 May 04 proved. Lib. B, p. 458.
   wm 1724-5 Feb. 18 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, AUin, David, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Mary; children: Martha (married name illegible), Elisabeth, Joseph,
      David and Hannah. Real and personal estate. No executor named in the will,
      but Joseph Allin and Richard Gardner qualify as such.
      Wit.: Peter Traverrie, Samuel Forman (a Quaker), Thomas Bills,
      Joseph Lawrence.
      1725 Apr 08 proved.. Lib. A, p. 333
      1724-5 Mar 17 Inventory of the personal estate, #240.3.3, incl. a silver
      watch, #7; a Bible and two Testaments, 10.6; 64^ bushels of wheat,
      #12.3.9; made by Peter Trauerrie and Samuel Forman.
   n. w. 1754 Blar 22 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, David, of Manasquan, Town of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will
      of. Wife, Catharine. Children: Mercy, wife of Thomas Jeffery, and Samuel.
      Brother, Joseph Allen, to be maintained. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the son and son- in-law.
      Wit.: Joseph Lawrence, Ananiah Gifford, Jr., Anthony Woodward, Jr., and
      Jacob Dennis.
      1760 Apr 18 proved.  Lib. G, p. 425.
      1760 Mar 05 Inventory, #817.1.9., incl. a looking glass, 6s, books, #2.4.,      bills, bonds, book debts, cash and notes #530.3.4.; made by James Irons,
      David Johnston and Samuel Osborn.
 with Mary
   Martha _       Elizabeth _    Joseph _       David _        Hannah _
   b              b              b              b              b
Martha
Elizabeth
Joseph
David
   n. w. 1734 Mar 10 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Bills, Natbaniel. Jr., of Monmouth County, single man.
      Bond of Gershom Bills, of Shrewsbury, cordwainer, as administrator.
      David Allen, of Shrewsbury, cordwainer, fellow bondsman.
      Wit.: Samuel Sonman, William Madock.
      Monmouth Wills. 529M.
      Inventory of the estate (#73.0.0), includes bond of Richard Gardiner.
      Made by William Goodbody and Joseph Gifford, who were sworn 1734 Sep 09.
Hannah


Jonathan Allen 66
   bm 1689 Oct 16 to Jedediah Allen 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Howland 65) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Corlies 66
   n. w. 1742 May 04 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Crane, Jeremiah, Jnn'r, of Elizabeth Town, Essex Co.
      Inventory of personal estate, #104.05.09; made by John Chandler,
      cordwainer and Stephen Crane, joiner.
      1742 Jun 08 Bond of Susanna Crane, widow, as administratrix on the
      estate. Joseph Ogden and Gershom Higgins, fellow bondsmen.
      Wit.: Ste'n Warne. Lib. C, p. 511.
      1745-6 Mar 13 Accompt of Susanna Clark as administratrix on the
      estate of her first husband, Jeremiah Crane, Jun'r, showing payments to
      James Townley, John Salnave, Henry Garthwait, Sarah Hunloke, Mr.
      Jonathan Dickinson, Samuel Woodruff, Jonathan Allen, Doctor Burnet,
      William Ogden, Isaac Scalleux, Jonathan Crane, Jun'r ; also notes of
      Effingham Townley and Michael Crane
   wm 1748 Nov 12 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Jonathan, of Shrewsbury town, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Children: Hezekiah (eldest son), Bathsheba (eldest daughter), Naomi,
      James, Exercise, Sarah, Mary, Hannah, David (youngest son).
      Exec.: friend Joseph Corleis and son-in-law John Woodmanse.
      Wit.: John Redford, Joseph Potter and Jedidiah Allen.
      1748 Nov 26 proved  Exec.s (Quakers) affirmed.
      1748 Nov 19 Inventory of personal estate, #178.16.7, incl.  bonds of
      James Allen, Thomas Finemor, William Mitten, Josiah Parker and
      Hezekiah Allen, and nursery of apple-trees; made by
      Joseph Potter and John Williams.
      1749 May 01 Account of estate by executors. The plantation sold for #1281;
      property right for #25. Cash paid to following: Joseph Wardel,
      Hezekiah Allen, John Woodmansey, Derious Lippincott, James Allen,
      William Brewer, Charles Mackey, Jedidiah Allen, Hannah Allen, David Allen,
      Peleg Slocum. Lib. E, p. 245.
   dm 1748 Nov
 with Mary (nee Corlies _) Allen
   Hezekiah _     Bathsheba      Naomi _        Jam,es _       Exercise _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Sarah _        Mary _         Hannah _       David _
   b              b              b              b
Hezekiah _
Bathsheba _
Naomi _
James _
Exercise _
Sarah _
Mary _
Hannah _
David _

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Ephraim Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ _ West 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to William West of "Shrewsbury"
   n. NJ_HOMonC  - History of Monmouth County
      <1692 emigrated from New England NJ_HOMonC P620
      1685 given permission to buy land from Indians at Manasquan. NJ_HOMonC
      P796
      1700 settled in Monmouth Co., prior to. NJ_HOMonC P82
   ld 1686 NJ_HOMonC P797
      Grantor: Indians
      Grantee: Ephraim Allen see Judah, too.
      Description: patented tract at Manasquan.
   n. w. 1687 Oct. 28 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Blackmau, Bryant, of the Island of Barbados.
      Administration on the estate of, granted to Samuel Leonard, of Middletown.
      See N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 104
      1687-8 Feb. 21. Inventory of the personal estate, #30.-, made by
      William Leeds Victor, Ephraim Allin, Joseph Wardell, Tho: Webley.
      1688 April I. Account of the estate, by tlie administrator, Samuel
      Leonard,
      1688 April II. Additional property of Bryan Blackman appraised at
      #18.12.- by William Leeds Victor and Nicholas Browne.
   n. 1695/6 indicted as the father of an illegitimate child of Mary Wainwright.
      Perhaps the mother of his first four children.
   mf~1703 ___ __ Elizabeth Maddocks 66, widow of James Denn, Jeremiah Powell
   bf 1671 in London, ENG.
   df 1724/5
   n. w. 1703 May 24 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23 XXIII.
      Francis Borden, of Shrewsbury, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Jane; sons: Richard (eldest), Thomas, Francis; daughter Joyce,
      wife of John Hance, junior; kinsman Isaac Viccars. Land adjoining
      Eliakim VVordel alias Ephraim Allien, do. in the Town of Freehold, do.
      patented March 25, 16S7,  bought of Edward Williams May 4, 1696,
      do. of brother John Borden April 7, 1700, property in the Parish of Goud-
      herst, Co. of Kent, England, inherited from Frances Fowle, of Cranbrook,
      same Co., by his will of October 8, 1632, land in Shrewsbury, bought of
      Abraham Brown. The wife and son Francis executors.
      Wit.  Thomas Bills, Samvell Child, Thomas Bills, jun., Sam. Dennis.
      1705-6 Feb. 18. Codicill, makes different disposition of real and per-
      sonal property and gives legacies to grandsons Joseph and John Hance.
      Wit.: Samvell Child, Isaac Hance, Joseph Rodgers and Sam'l Dennis.
      1706 May 09 proved. Lib. i, p. 151
      1706 May 02 Inventory of the personal estate (#106.11.6), made by
      George Allin, John WooUey and Joseph Rogers. Monmouth Wills
   n. w. 1709-10 Feb 22 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Hancock, John, of Allowayes Creek alias Mounmouth River, husbandman; will
      of. Wife Mary. Sons: John, William, Edward, Nathaniel, Joseph, Jonathan;
      daughters: Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah, Hannah. Plantation on Allowayes Creek
      between Josiah White and the Maple Swamp or Swamp Bridge, do. of 250 acres
      where Wm.  Wright now dwelleth, 250 a. of the tract supposed to belong
      to Jerimiah Powell, 250 a. next to Ephraim Allen, 400 a. at the upper end
      of Thomas Wright's land, given to testator by "my father
      Nathenell Champness." Personal estate.
      The wife sole executrix.
      Wit.: Ephraim Allen, Samuel Bladinbird, John Firth, John Paine.
      Codicil of the following day, requiring the sons to sell their real estate
      only to a brother.
      Wit.:  by John Paine, John Firth and Joseph Ware.
      1709-10 Mar 22 proved. Lib. I, p. 261, and Salem Wills
      1709-10 March 16. Inventory of the personal estate of John Hancock, who
      died February 26 (#351.12.0 inch a Bible and other books #4.5.0); made by
      John Paine, John Firth and Nathaniel Chamles.  Salem Wills
   n. w. 1711 Mar 2S NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Ware, Joseph, senior, of Alloways Creek, Salem Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Mary. Children: Joseph, Patience (under age), sons-in-law
      (? stepsons) William and Nathaniel Williams; Sarah Williams; legacy to
      Alloways Creek Meeting House. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and son Joseph.
      Wit.: Ephraim Allen, Joseph Sneathen, John Frith and Josiah White.
      1711 Apr 20 proved . Testator died March 30.
      1711 Apr II. Inventory of the personal estate (#224.0.0); made by
      Jno. Jay, Will'm Wallden and Ephraim Allen.
   n. w. 1711 Apr 05 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Oakford, Charles, of Alloways Creek, Salem Co.; will of.
      Wife Margrett. Children: Charles, John, Elizabeth, Mary, Susannah and Ann,
      all under age. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and brother Wade Samuel Oakford of Pen's Neck.
      Wit.: Ephraim Allen, Stephen Buttler, John Shaw,
      Daniel Partrick Cornelious, Judiah Allen, Jno. Jay.
      1711 Apr 20 proved. Died April 8.
      1711 April 20. Inventory of the personal estate, #218.3.5; made by
      Jno. Jay, Nathanill Chamnesse and Ephraim Allen.
      1720 Sep Oakford, Charles and John, minors of over 14 years. Bond of
      Abell Nicholson of Allayes Creek, Salem Co., and Samuel Wade of said Co.,
      as guardians of. Lib. 2, p. loi, and Salem Wills
      1711 April 21. Oakford, Margrett, widow and executrix of Charles, of
      Allowayes Creek, Salem Co.; will of. Daughters: Mary, Susannah and Ann
      (Susannah to be brought up by Richard Woodnutt, Mary by Rich'd Darking,
      Ann by Bartholomew Wiatt), sons-in-law (stepsons) Charles and
      John Oakford, dau-in-law Elizabeth Oakford, brother-in-law
      Wade Samuel Oakford. " Worldly estate." Wade Samuel Oakford executor.
      Wit.: Ephraim Allen, Joseph Ware, Hester Sykes, Jno. Jay.
      1711 May i8 proved .
      1711 5th d. 3d m. (May). Inventory of the personal estate, #151.14.6^;
      made by Abell Nicholson, John Paine and George Abbott.
   n. w. 1712-13 Feb 05 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Lincll, Elinor, of Pen's Neck, Salem Co., widow.
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #42.13.7, inch debts due by Wm.
      Hill, Hugh Sharp, Efraim Allen, M. Hall and John Ogden; made by
      Yourin Leelian and Cornelius Copner,
   n. w. 1713 Apr 10 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Hall, William, Salem merchant; will of.
      Wife Sarah. Children: Clement, William, Nathaniel, all under age. Sarah
      Brading, Hannah flail, Elizabeth Tranchard. Land bought of James Baratt,
      farm bought of John Alexander, sawmill and land on Morris River, land
      at Nantucksett, house and lot in Salem, bought of Wm. Kelley, 10 acres of
      marsh over against the Landing, land on Pens Neck, do. at the upper end
      of Salem Town, bo't of Roger Hagens and Hugh Middleton, 8 acres over
      against Alexander Grant, Pillegrove plantation, as bought of John Hopman.
      Personal property.
      Exec.: the wife and brother Clement Plumsead (Plumsted).
      Wit.: Henry Warmsley, Tiberius Johnson, Joseph Gregory, John Thompson
      junior.
      1713-4 Feb 10 proved. Lib. I, p. 457
      1713-I4 March 13. Inventory of the estate of, #4656.18.35^, of which
      #120 are "ye Land and Sawmill," at Morrisses River, the rest dry goods,
      hardware, etc.; made by Richard Johnson, David Straughan and Wm.  Grifin.
      1715 June 30. Account of the estate, signed by Sarah Hall and
      showing payments to John French, Rich'd Wright, Sam'l Michal, Geo. Mislin
      (? Miflin), Edw. Pladwell, Jno. Sugars, Tho. Johney, miller of
      Mannington Mill, Gunning Bedford, Rich'd Butcher, Peter Bard, Hugh Lowden,
      Wm. Penton, Ephraim Allen, John Smith, Jno. Pain, James Hudson,
      Henry Buck, estate of Gabriel Davis, Benj. Seely, Tho. Huggins,
      Jno. Goodwin, Abr'm Bickly, Penticus Teague, Jam: Evans, Wm. Griffen,
      Jno. Rolf, Manuel Assentia, Jno. Jey, Tho. Merring, Jno.  Thompson,
      Clement Plumstead, Barbara Wright, Nath'l Tucker, Wm.  Trent, Sam'l Perry,
      Tho. Chokley, Jno. Betle, John Wilkeson, Joseph Stretch, Wm. Hall,
      Jerimiah Nixon, Jonathan Holmes and Noah Wheaton.
      1714 Nov 26 Letter from Clement Plumsted of Philadelphia to Jeremiah Bass,
      renouncing the right to act as executor.
   n. w. 1713-4 March 3 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Williams, John, the "precedesesor of Henry Syckes Decased of Alloways
      Creek, Salem Co., yeoman;" will of.
      Wife Mary. Daughter Sarah, son-in-law (? stepson) James Sykes; wife's
      sister Rebecka Etteridige given her freedom from her indentures. "My
      estate."
      Exec.: the wife and Epharim Allen of Alloways Creek.
      Wit.:  illiam Wright, John Hancock, John Firth.
      1714 March 22 proved. Lib. I, p. 537
      1714 April 2. Inventory of the personal estate, #43.14.6; made by
      George Tranchard, James Evenes and Jo'n Tyler.
   n. w. 1717 7th m. (Sept.) 20th d NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Champness, Nathaniel, of Alloways Creek, alias Monmouth River, Salem Co.,
      yeoman; will of.
      Children: James, Mary Evens, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Hannah. Real and
      personal estate (six silver spoons).
      The two sons executors.
      Wit.: Ephraim Allen, Sam'll Wade, Phillip Tyler, John Firth.
      1725-6 January 10 proved. Nathaniel, junior, signing his name Chamless.
      Lib. 2, p. 317, and Salem Wills
      1725-6 4th d. iilhm. (Jan.). Inventory of the personal estate, #394.18.8,
      incl. a large Bible, 22 bound books and other books, #6.9, '* nine years
      sarvetute of A malatta girl," #8, bonds, bills and other debts, #138.3.8;
      made by Richard Hancock and Sam'll Wade.
   n. w. 1717-8 March 18 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Fleetwood, William, of Allaways Creek, Salem Co., labourer.
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #13.10.6, inch
      books #2.1; made by Ephraim Allen, Nalli'l Chamless and Sam'l Wade;
      sworn to liy Joseph Weare, administrator of the estnte, who signs bond
      June 12, 171S.
      1718 June 14. Administration of the estate granted to Joseph Weare.
      Lib. 2, p. S3
   n. w. 172i)-l Feb 24 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Waldeil, William, of Middle Neck, Salem Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Mary. Children: William, John, Mary, Rebeckah, the last three under
      age, son-in-law (stepson) John Winton, under age; legacies to
      Joseph Darkin and Peter Hannum. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and son William, with Joseph Darkin and Peter Hannum of
      Elsenburgh as tutors or guardians of the minor children.
      Wit.: Josiah March, Thomas More, Nathan Smart.
      1721 Apr 5 proved .
      1721 1st m. (March) 30th d. Inventory of the personal estate, #821.17.5.,
      incl. bonds. Bibles and books #522.16.11, " Despret or unsertain " debts
      #21.11, books #l; made by Ephraim Allen and Andrew Thompson.
   mf 1725/6 Jul __ Hannah Johnson 66, widow of Joseph Holden and Henry Leonard
      of Cape May
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Johnson 65 et ux Elizabeth of Elizabethtown, NJ.
  n. w. 1725-6 Mar 24 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Gabaits, Gfahadis, Rebekah, of Allawayes Creek, Salem Co.; will of.
      Divides real and personal estate between A drew, Tobias, William Griscom
      and Samuel Griscom, Joseph Doule junior, John, Richard, Hannah and
      Sarah Duule, Abigail, Hannah, Bridget and James Sumers, Ann Rodwell,
      Milisant and Hannah Aounsen (?), Daniel Brandrath and wife, sister
      Debrah Hollowe, Sarah Wels, Hipsibath, James, Benjamin, Isaac and Tabitha
      Allen, Sarah Williams, Elizabeth Cane, Mary Wade; Ephram Allen residuary
      legatee and executor.
      Wit.: Samuel Wade, James Wade, Josiah White.
      1726 May 30 proved.  Lib. 2, p. 342
      1726 May 5 Inventory of the personal estate, #29.19, incl. sundry small
      books 14s., 22 yds. of calleco #2.15, 23 yds. of grasit (?) #2.17.6;
      made by Samuel Wade and John Den.
   wm 1726 8tli d 9tli m. (Nov.).  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Allen, Ephraim, of Allawayes Creek, Salem Co.; will of.
      Wife Hannah; sons: James, Beniaman, Joseph,
      Isack (under age), daughter Uesty Powel, with whom Aubitha Allen is to
      live until i6, and then to be free. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.  the wife, with sons James and Beniaman.
      Wit.: John White, Sam'l Wade, Sam'l Wade, junior.
      1726-7 Feb 21 proved . Lib. 2, p. 421
      1726-7 Feb 10 Inventory of the personal estate, #215.5.11, incl. 3 Bibles,
      2 Concordances and other books, #3.3; made Sam'l Wade and James Chamless.
   n. w 1728 Dee 28 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Adam, Hannah, of Allaways Creek, Salem Co. widow of Ephraim.
      Inventory of the personal estate of #19.7.8, iucl.  some old books los.,
      made by John Tyler and Sam'l Wade.
      1728-9 Jan 09. Bond of James Allen, of Salem Co., as administrator
      of the estate; John Doe, fellow bondsman.
   dm~1728 Dec __ HEQG 2:6,83; NJA 21:297;23:133,302,373;SaD 1715-67:111;
      NJW:387Q; Salem MM-Women's minutes.
   dm~1726/7 Feb __ at Alloways Creek, NJ. GMONJ, NJ_HOMonC
 with Hannah
   James _        Benjamin _     Joseph _       Isaac _        Vesty _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Aubitha _
   b

Jedediah Allen 67
   bm 1695 Apr 06 to Ephraim Allen 66 et ux
   n. probably in childhood  GMONJ
   n. w. 174 Oct 14  NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Tilton. Daniel, of Middletown, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Children: John, Mary Ridgeway, Margaret Lawrence, Anne, Sarah, Phebe and
      Lydia. Money due from John Ellison.
      Exec.: Robert and Nathan Tilton.
      Wit.: Peter Tilton, Ezekiel Smith, Cornelius McCurtain.
      1749 Nov 13 proved. Lib. E, p. 428.
      1749 Nov 13 Inventory (#791.19.8) includes debt from John Neveson, Bible
      and 12 books, gun, silver bowl, 25 bbl.s. cider. Made by Samuel Holmes
      John Tilton, Jedidiah Allen.
   n. w. 1748 Jun 09 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Williams, Obadiab, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.  Int.
      Inventory (#358.07) includes debt of James Hamers; "Adam
      Herds, a Palatine's time," (#05), and silver tankard (#20). Made by
      Joseph Corlies, John Eatton, Jedidiah Allen. Lib. E, p. 200.
      1748 Jul 01 Catherine Williams, widow, declines right of administration         in favor of her father, Humphrey Wady.
      Wit.: John Smith.  James Hamer.
      1748 July 04 Bond of Humphrey Wady, late of New England, now cif                Shrewsbury, as administrator. John Williams, of Shrewsbury, yeoman,
      fellow bondsman.
      Wit.: Anthony and Elizabeth Dennis. (Humphrey Wady. a Quaker).


Joseph Allen 67
   bm 1697 Apr 01 to Ephraim Allen 66 et ux
   mf>1723 May 06 Ann Mercy Woolley 67 at Shrewsbury
   bf 1702/3 Feb 03 to John Woolley 66 et ux Mercy (nee Potter 66) Woolley
   n. and probably Desire Rogers, Hannah Eldrige
   dm>1766
 with Ann Mercy (nee Woolley 67) Allen
   Joseph 68      John 68        Mercy 68
   b172           b173           b173

Vashti Allen 67
   bf 1700 ___ 23 to Ephraim Allen 66 et ux
   mm 1724 ___ __ Jeremiah Powell 67
   df 1726-1735  HEQG 2:49

Dinah Allen 67
   bf 1702/3 Mar __ to Ephraim Allen 66 et ux
   mm 1723 Nov 28 Jacob Lippincott _, widower, both of Shrewsbury LDSR
      Shrewsbury MM
   df>1731  SHGM 1:261,263

James Allen 67
   bm 170_ ___ __ to Ephraim Allen 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Maddocks 66)
      Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Evans 67
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Street 67
   dm~1750/1 Jan

James Allen _
   n. w. 1738 Deo 06 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Brookes, John, of Chester, Burlington Co., yeoman.
      Inventory of personal estate, #229.4.51, made by Thomas Hackney
      and James Sherwin.
      1738 Dec 23 Administration granted to Catharine Brookes, widow.
      James Allen, of Northampton, and James Sherwin, of Chester, both yeo-
      men, fellow bondsmen. Lib. 4, p. 152.
   n. w. 1741 Dec 06 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Parker. Samoel, of Northampton, Burlington Co., blacksmith. Int.
      Inventory, #159.12.3; made by Samuel Woolston and John Helter.
      1745 Jan 04 Adm'x, Elizabeth Parker, widow. James Allen, jeoman,
      fellow bondsman. Both of Northampton. Lib. 5, p. 428.

James Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Allen _ of Eatontown.
   n. of Shrewsbury. NJ_HOMonC P877
   n. w. 1708 Apr 09 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Clark, Thomas, of Burlington, carpenter; will of.
      Wife Margarett. Children: Thomas and Ollive. House and lots in Burlington,      personal property. Wife sole executrix.
      Wit.: Thomas Revell, James Allen.
      1708 Apr 22 proved.  Lib. J, p. 196, and Burlington Wills
      1708 Apr 22. Inventory of the personal estate of, #48.1.-; made by
      Thomas Tindall and Isaac De Cow.


Jedediah Allen
   mf 1738 Nov 30 Phebe Lippincott _ both of Shrewsbury at the Meeting House in
      Shrewsbury.  LDSR Shrewsbury MM
   wm 1751 May 21 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Jedidiah, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., cordwainer; will of.
      Wife, Phebe. Children: William, Ralph, Miriam and Jedediah. Real and
      personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and Joseph Potter.
      Wit.: Humphry Wady, Jeremiah Tallman, Elihu Williams.
      1751 Jun 17 proved. Lib. E, p. 539.
      1751 Jun 04 Inventory, #673.19.7., incl. bonds, book debts and notes,
      #294.9.7; two looking glasses and tea things #1.8.; books #1.3; the time
      of an apprentice, #6.; made by Joseph Parker and Joseph Corlies.
      1760 Aug 16 Account by Exec.:, #702.12.3^. Land sold to Wm. Lippincott,
      72.15.0.
 with Phoebe
   William _      Ralph _        Miriam _       Jedediah _
   b              b              b              b

Benjamin Allen 67
   bm 170_ ___ __ to Ephraim Allen 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Maddocks 66)
      Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Allen 67
   bf
   dm~1759 Jul __

Isaac Allen 67
   bm 170_ ___ __ to Ephraim Allen 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Maddocks 66)
      Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 67
   dm~1739/40

Hepsibath Allen 67
   bf 17__ ___ __ to Ephraim Allen 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Maddocks 66)
      Allen, probably.  GMONJ.
   df 1726

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Nathan Allen 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathan Allen 66 et ux Martha (nee Newbury 66) Davenport 66
      Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Alice Lawrence 67
   wm 1748 Sep 10 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Xathan, of Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Sarah. Son, John (or Nathan John).  "Mother, Martha Decow." Sister,
      Martha Lawrence.
      Exec.: wife and friend Robert Lawrence.
      Wit.: Moses Robins, John Mount and William Lawrence.
      1748 Oct 01 proved. Lib. 5, p. 531.
 with Alice (nee Lawrence 67) Allen
   Nathan John 68

Benjamin Allen 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathan Allen 66 et ux Martha (nee Newbury 66) Davenport 66
      Allen
   n. 1709 May 07 NJ, Monmouth Co. Deeds Book D Abs. P59
      Laid out a By Way for Cap't Anderson, Thomas Mattage, and Arra Matison ...
      [adjoining land owners or names - the road that crosses Manalapan River at
      Joseph allen's old bridge, below the mouth of Cleare brook the casway, to
      where Ben Allin built a bridge, to the landing road before William
      Davison's Bridge ..., [Signed - John Reid, John Hebron - Commmissioners.]
   n. mentioned in 1709 road records.  NJ_HOMonC P375
   n. w. 1750-1 Feb IS NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Van Hook. Henry, of Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co.. yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Deborah. Son, Lawrence, half of land near Manalapan, adjoining
      Thomas Hankinson; other half to Lawrence's uncle, Aaron Van Hook. Son,
      Benjamin, land bought of John Nesmith, at Middletown Point. When, son,
      Isaac is of age, testator's dwelling house and lot, in Allenstown, to be
      sold and money to testator's wife, and to sons, William, Samuel and Isaac.
      Exec.: wife, and son Lawrence.
      Wit.: Ephraim Robins, Benjamin Allen, William I..awrence.
      1750 Mar 07 proved. Lib. 6, p. 419.
      1750-1, March 4. Inventory ( #75.8.7 'j) includes bond of Benjamin
      Allen, bills of Thomas Herbert and Nathaniel Bowman. Made by
      William Lawrence. Jr., Benjamin Allen.


Benjamin Allen _
   n. w. 1740 Mar SS NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Anderson. John, of Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., husbandman; will of.
      Wife, Hannah. Sons: Cornelius. John and Andrew. Devises 325 acres of land.
      Daughters: Mary and Martha Anderson, when of age. Granddaughter:
      Anna More. Plantation in Hopewell where mother now lives.
      Exec.: wife, son Cornelius and friend Robert Laning.
      Wit.: Robert and Ann White.
      1746 June 17 proved. Liber 5, p. 242.
      1746 Jun 04 Inventory of personal estate, #263.11.7, made by Robert White.
      1760 Aug 21 Account of Cornelius Anderson and Robert Lanning:, two of the
      executors of estate, mentions George Tayler, Samuel Ketcham,
      Eliza. Stevenson, Samuel Johnson, Cornelius Low, Joseph Parks,
      Benjamin Allen, Samuel Harris, John Burrows, Richard Anderson,
      Nathaniel Forster, Elia. Anderson, Philip Ringo, Garr'd Williamson,
      Robert White, Captain John Anderson.

Benjamin Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Kimball _ (Kemble) _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuuel Kemble _ et ux
   n. w. 1728-9 Mar 02 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Kernble, Kimball, Samuel, of Burlington, yeoman; will of.
      Children: Ann Elketon, Sarah Allen, Elizabeth Collins, Mary Elketon,
      Hannah, Thomas, son-in-law Benjamin Allen; brother Benjamin mentioned.
      Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: son Thomas and daughter Ann Elketon.
      Wit.: Will. Petty, Samuel Loquer, Tho: Scattergood.
      1729 Mar 29 proved.                                                             1728-9 Mar 24 Inventory of the personal estate, #97.5.4, incl. books
      #5; made by Samuel Woollman and Elnathan Stevenson.
   n. w. 1744 Dee 17 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Haines, Riehard, of Evesham, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Sons: Abraham, Richard, Carlfle, Enoch and Bethanah.
      Daughters: Mary Matlack, Rebecca Matlack, Rachel Allison, Sarah (wife of
      Edward Hillier), and widow, Elizabeth Newbury. Children of dau.,
      Mary Matlack. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: wife, Mary, and dau., Elizabeth Newbury.
      Wit.: Lucy Springer, Benjamin Allen, Gab. Blond.
      1746 Apr 12 proved by Elizabeth Newbury, surviving executrix.
      Lib. 5, p. 236.
      1746 2nd mo. (Apr.) 11th day.  Inventory. #218.15.10; made by
      Thomas Wilkins, William Foster and William Sharp.
   wm 1746 Jul 09 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Denjamln, Jr., late of Evesham, Burlington
      Co. Inventory of the personal estate of, #92.12; made by William
      Sharp and James Cattell.
   n. w. 1750 Jul 13 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Benjamin, of Evesham Township, Burlington Co.; will of.
      Wife, Rebecca. Children: Agnes, Sarah, Abraham.  Granddaughter,
      Mary Allin, dau. of son Benjamin, deceased.
      Exec.:^Son, Abraham Allin, and wife, Rebecca.
      Wit.: Jacob Heulings, Jacob Howlings, Jr., Gab. Blond.
      1753 Mar 03 proved.  Burl. Wills, 5125 C.
      1753 Feb 23 Inventory, #364.12.0, by James Cattell and Joshua Ballinger.

   n. w. 1746, July 19 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
       Bond of Deborah Allen, widow, as administratrix
      of the estate of. Samuel Sharp, yeoman, and William Sharp, weaver,
      both of same place, fellow bondsmen. Lib. 5, p. 430.

Martha Allen 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathan Allen 66 et ux Martha (nee Newbury 66) Davenport 66
      Allen

Margery Allen 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathan Allen 66 et ux Martha (nee Newbury 66) Davenport 66
      Allen
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Rebecca Allen 67
   bf 170_ ___ __ to Judah Allen 66 et ux Deborah (nee Adams 67) Allen
   mm ____ ___ __ William Sharp 67

Elizabeth Allen 67
   bf 170_ ___ __ to Judah Allen 66 et ux Deborah (nee Adams 67) Allen
   mm ____ ___ __ Edward Clemens 67

Mary Allen 67
   bf 170_ ___ __ to Judah Allen 66 et ux Deborah (nee Adams 67) Allen

Abigail Allen 67
   bf 171_ ___ __ to Judah Allen 66 et ux Deborah (nee Adams 67) Allen

Benjamin Allen 67
   bf 171_ ___ __ to Judah Allen 66 et ux Deborah (nee Adams 67) Allen in
      Evesham Twp., Burlington Co., NJ between 1710 and 1716.
   n. 1731 Jan 31 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Benjamin (over 16 years old), eldest son of
      Judah. of Evesham, Burlington co., yeoman. Letters of guardianship
      of granted to William Sharo, of Evesham. Burlington Wills, 2057C.
   mf 1737 Dec 08 Patience Borden 67, by license
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Borden 66 et ux
   ld 1752 May 09
      Grantor: Benjamin Allen and wife Patience, of Evesham
      Transaction: 500 acres bought by his father Judah in 1700.
   n. moved to Greenwich (Twp or town?) where is Edwards Creek?
   ld 1753 Nov 24 WJD BT P310; BQ P87
      Grantee: Benjamin Allen
      Description: large plantation on Edwards Creek
   wm 1759 Mar 26
      Benjamin Allen, yeoman, sick, names wife, sons Joseph and Benjamin
      and refers to seven other children.
   n. wm NJW 639H, 982H
      of son Joseph names mother Patience, minor brother Benjamin and
      five sisters.
   wm 1750(9) Mar 26 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Benjamin, of Greenwich, Gloucester Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Patience. Children: Benjamin, Joseph and six others, not named; all
      but the first under age. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife, Jacob Spicer and Alexander Randall.
      Wit.: Jonathan Borden, Andrew Barnes, Enoch Hains.
      1759 Apr 07 proved. Lib. 9, p. 197.
      1759 Apr 02. Inventory, #285.5.3., incl. a silver watch, #5., by
      Edward Hollinshead and Enoch Haines.
      1761 Sep 15. Account by Patience Allen, who has increased it
      to #735.5.3, by selling 300 acres of land, and reports on hand balance
      of #213.15.
   dm~1759 Apr
   df>1765 NJMB 1727/34:29 1/2
 with Patience (nee Borden 67) Allen
   Joseph 68      Abigail 68     Rebecca 68     Patience 68    Benjamin 68
   ~1740          ~1740          ~1740          ~1740          ~1740
   Elizabeth 68   Deborah 68
   ~1750          ~1750

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Joseph Allen 68
   bm 172_ ___ __ to Joseph Allen 67 et ux Ann Mercy (nee Woolley 67) Allen
      at Shrewsbury
   mf 1759 Mar 08 Hannah Lippincott 68 at Shrewsbury. NJSMM.  Witness:
      Mercy (nee Allen _) Hullit
   bf 1727/8 Jan 02 to William Lippincott 67 et ux Hannah
   df>1791  SHGM 1:270,297; NJA 33:252
   dm~1794 Mar __
 with Hannah (nee Lippincott 68) Allen
   Abigail 69     Miriam 69      Joseph 69      Jedediah 69
   b17590928      b17610327      b17630415      b17650305

John Allen 68
   bm 172_ ___ __ to Joseph Allen 67 et ux Ann Mercy (nee Woolley 67) Allen
   dm~1771 Oct
      Brother Joseph renounced administration of estate and Joseph Hulit was
      appointed.  NJW 3759/64M

Mercy Allen 68
   bf 172_ ___ __ to Joseph Allen 67 et ux Ann Mercy (nee Woolley 67) Allen
   mm 1750/1 ___ __ Joseph Hulit
   df>1791 ___ __ NJMB H:98; SHGM 1:297; NJW :6489M

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Nathan John Allen 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathan Allen 67 et ux Alice (nee Lawrence 67) Allen

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Joseph Allen 68
   bm~174_ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 67 et ux Patience (nee Borden 67) Allen
   dm 1769 unmarried.

Abigail Allen 68
   bf~174_ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 67 et ux Patience (nee Borden 67) Allen

Rebecca Allen 68
   bf~174_ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 67 et ux Patience (nee Borden 67) Allen
   mm 1762 ___ __ Benjamin Lodge 68, NJMB L:171, NJA 35:252

Patience Allen 68
   bf~174_ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 67 et ux Patience (nee Borden 67) Allen

Benjamin Allen 68
   bm~174_ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 67 et ux Patience (nee Borden 67) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Groff 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Garret Groff 67 et ux Amy (nee Stratton 67) Groff
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 68
   bf ____ ___ __
   n. 1822 Mar 27 witness to will of Archibald Moffett
   wm 1823 Dec 01 NJW 3502H; NJ, Gloucester Co. Wills BB 476-7
      Allen, Benjamin, Greenwich Twp., Gloucester Co., will of.  Debts
      to be paid out of personal estate.  Requests family to remain as they
      now are until 1825 March 25, if they shall think proper.  Order my
      ________ and _______ to be sold by my executors next spring or at
      their discretion.  Money to be accounted for as part of my estate.
      After 1825 March 25, all property to be sold and money distributed as
      follows:  Wife Sarah $200.00 annually, to be paid to her during her
      natural life, proportionately out of each child's share, to be legally
      secured accordingly in lieu of dower, to commence on March 25th.
      Estate to be divided among children or their legal representative:
      Mary Dare, Benjamin Allen, Jr., Ann Chatham, Patience Goodwin, Joseph
      Allen, Garret Groff Allen, William Allen, Rebecca B. Allen, Abigail
      Ann Allen, Lydia Allen, Judah Allen, Edward Allen, George Washington
      Allen, Hannah G. Allen, Sarah H. Allen and Elizabeth Stratton Allen,
      share and share alike.  Son-in-law Joseph Chatham owes him $500.00.
      This is to be deducted from the share of Ann Chatham.  Gives to son
      William privilege of store house for 1 year after March 25th.  Stock
      of goods and _______ to be valued and accounted for as part of the
      estate.  Wife Sarah to be lawful guardian of the children until they
      reach age 14.
      Executor: sons Benjamin and William Allen.  Wife to have bed and
      bedding and 1/2 dozen large silver tablespoons and other household
      goods to furnish a room.  Executors as above.
      Witness: Thomas Carpenter, William Haines, Elizabeth Cozens.
   dm<1824 Jan 13
      1824 Jan 13 will proved.
 with Hannah (nee Groff 68) Allen
   Mary 69        Benjamin 69    Amy 69         Patience 69    Joseph 69
   b              b              b              b              b
   Garret G 69    William 69     Rebecca B 69   Abigail A 69   Lydia 69
   b              b              b              b              b
   Judah 69       Edward 69      George W 69    Hannah G 69    Sarah H 69
   b              b              b              b              b
   Elizabeth S 69
   b
 with Sarah

Elizabeth Allen 68
   bf~175_ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 67 et ux Patience (nee Borden 67) Allen
   mm 1774 Feb 01 John Kirby 68. Kerby by NJ_GCMR/A P16. NJMB K:378

Deborah Allen 68
   bf~175_ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 67 et ux Patience (nee Borden 67) Allen

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Edmund W. Allan 68
   bm 1788 ___ ___   may be out of order.
      in Shrewsbury Twp., NJ. NJ_HOMonC Bio P334, great grandson of Jedediah
      Allen.  NJ_HOMonC P576
   n. NJ_HOMonC, History of Monmouth Co., NJ:
      1816 Member of Medical Society of Monmouth.  NJ_HOMonC P329
      1824-5 president of Medical Society. NJ_HOMonC P321
      1821,. secretary of Medical Society. NJ_HOMonC P322
      1838 director of Shrewsbury Mutual Fire Insurance Company. NJ_HOMonC
      P605,884
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Abigail Allen 69
   bf 1759 Sep 28 to Joseph Allen 68 et ux Hannah (nee Lippincott 68) Allen
   df 1763 Dec 04

Miriam Allen 69
   bf 1761 Mar 27 to Joseph Allen 68 et ux Hannah (nee Lippincott 68) Allen

Joseph Allen 69
   bm 1763 Apr 15 to Joseph Allen 68 et ux Hannah (nee Lippincott 68) Allen
   mf 1785 ___ __ Elizabeth Williams 69
   mf 1812 ___ __ Sarah Corlies
   dm 1837 Mar 07 SJGM 1:316,332,374.

Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69
   bm 1765 Mar 05 to Joseph Allen 68 et ux Hannah (nee Lippincott 68) Allen
      and many records indicate name as Jediah.
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna Williams 69. Is this the same as the Ann Wilkins who
      married a Jedediah Allen in Haddonfield MM records (see elsewhere in this
      file).
   bf 1771 Mar 09 to Elihue Williams et ux Ann
   n. Much data comes from P20-22 Bible Records at Glou. Co. Historical Society,
      Woodbury, NJ.
         The Family Bible of Samuel Allen, tanner, of Haddonfield, NJ is in
      the possession of his grandaughter Alice Wills Hunt, of 45 Avondale
      Ave., Haddonfield in 1934.  The volume was published in Brattleborough,
      Vermont in 1918 and bears on the title page the words "Samuel Allen's
      Book presented"  The record here given was copied 1934 October 1, by
      T. Chalkley Matlack of Moorestown, NJ. The data are herewith.
   wm NJW 0124M
   dm 1815 Jn 13 at 49.10.8
   df 1844 Feb 28 at 72.2.25 as widow of Jediah Allen.
 with Ann (nee Williams 69) Allen
   George 70      John 70        Elihue 70      Phebe 70       Samuel 70
   b17890112      b17910918      b17931224      b17970121      b17991125
   Joseph 70      Charles W 70   Elihue W 70    Mary W 70      William W 70
   b18020831      b18051029      b18080317      b18100628      b18130524

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Mary Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux Hannah (nee Groff 68) Allen
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Dare 69

Benjamin Allen 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux Hannah (nee Groff 68) Allen

Amy Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux Hannah (nee Groff 68) Allen
   mm ____ ___ __ Joseph Chatham 69 of Gloucester Co., NJ.
   wm 1839 Nov 27 NJ, Gloucester Co. Wills BD P168-170
      Chatham, Joseph, Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co., will of:
      Wife Amy A. Chatham two good feather beds, bedsteads and bedding, two
      bureaus, three of the best tables, one dozen of the best chairs, one
      stove and all such other furniture as she may consider necessary for
      furnishing and keeping house and all to be of her own choice of such
      as I may be possessed at the time of my decease.
         All remainder of personal property Executor to sell at public
      vendue as soon as convenient after my decease, money arising from the
      sales thereof to the payment of my just debts.  If not sufficient to
      satisfy the depths, Executor to sell house and lot I purchased of
      Charles Mitchel where he now resides.  If that still isn't enough
      Executor to sell the lot I purchased of Enoch Aggings together with
      the new house I am building thereon.  All the remainder of my estate
      to my loving wife Amy A. Chatham the balance of the personal estate
      if any and the real estate to her for and during her natural life.
      At her death as hereinafter directed.
         To son Joseph A. Chatham all that house and lot messuage and
      tenement where I now live at Mullica Hill containing three acres of
      land more or less to him and his heirs forever subject nontheless to
      the life estate therein of his mother, my said wife.
         Also subject to the payment or charge of $600.00 for the use of
      my daughter Emily Doran (wife of Thomas Doran) to be disposed of as
      follows.  After the death of my wife my son Joseph A. Chatham shall
      annually pay to my said daughter Emily the interest of the aforesaid
      sum of $600.00 is to go to her children, to be equally divided
      amongst them share and share alike.
         Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Emily Doran $600.00 to
      have and receive the interest thereof only to be paid to her by my
      son Joseph in the manner herein directed and after herr decease the
      said $600.00 I devise to all the children of her said Emily Doran to
      be equally divided amongst them.
         [It is not clear to this author whether he is actually giving
      Emily a total of $1200 or merely repeating the general wording a
      second time. - see Rogers reference]
      To son Benjamin F. Chatham house and lot situated at Mullica Hill
      containing about one-third of an acre +/- which is now in the
      occupancy of Mary Haines to him and his heirs subject only to the
      life estate therein of his mother as herein before mentioned.
      Executor:  Wife Amy A. Chatham, son Joseph A. Chatham
      Witness: Lefi Janvier, Enoch Aggings, Isaac Hinchman
   dm<1840 Jan 04
      1840 Jan 04 will proved.  Wife renounced executrixship.
   n. Son-in-law Joseph Chatham owes him $500.00. This is to be deducted from
      the share of Ann Chatham.
 with Joseph Chatham 69
   Emily 70       Joseph A 70    Benjamin S 70  Benjamin F 70
   b1807          b1808          b1815          b1820

Patience Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Goodwin 69

Joseph Allen 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Garret Groff Allen 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

William Allen 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Rebecca B. Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Abigail Ann Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Lydia Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Judah Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Judah Allen _
   n. w. 1734 ___ 2 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Steelman, Jamen, of Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., gent.; will of.
      Wife, Katharine, use of estat.e during widowhood.  Sons: Andrew and
      Hance (who had plantation, etc.); John, the land and marsh bought of
      John English, where the mill stands, "at the day of his mother-in-law,
      Katharine Steelman's, death or marriage," he to pay #10 to my
      granddaughter, Susannah, the daughter of ray son John; James, 200 acres
      where he lives that is mortgaged in the Loan office; Elias, (had
      plantation); Peter (not 21) (to have after the death or marriage of my
      widow and his mother, Katharine Steelman, the home plantation bounding
      upon Pattcunk's creek, also 200 acres bought of James Adams and
      Judah Allen, as appears by deed, also all my swamps, beach and the land
      bought of Peter Scull). Daughters: Susannah Kean (had portion),
      Mary Blackman (had portion).
      Exec.: wife, Catherine, and son, John Steelman. Trustee: Nathan Lake.
      Wit.: Nathan Lake, Edward Oraer, Solomon Manery.
      1734-5 Jan 10 proved. Lib. 3, p. 452.
      1734-5, Jan. 4. Inventory (#322.3.4) includes cattle and sheep, #122.4.4.
      Appraisers: Nathan Lake, Solomon Manaring.

Edward Allen 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

George Washington Allen 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Hannah G. Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Sarah H. Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

Elizabeth Stratton Allen 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Allen 68 et ux

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Joseph Allen 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edmund W. Allen 68 check ordering as father's unknown.
   n. 1880 living in old Allen homestead. NJ_HOMonC P575

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George Allen 70
   bm 1789 Jan 12 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   dm 1729 Nov 94 at 30.11.3

John Allen 70
   bm 1791 Sep 18 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   dm 1839 Mar 17 at 47.6.4

Elihue Allen 70
   bm 1793 Dec 24 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   dm 1801 Nov 30 at 8.11.6

Phebe Allen 70
   bf 1797 Jan 21 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   df 1845 Feb 26 at 48.1.5

Samuel Allen 70
   bm 1799 Nov 25 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen. Stone at Colestown Cemetery says bm 1795/11/25.
   mf 1831 Jun 10 Mary G. Taylor 70
   bf 1793 Apr 12 to Coartland Taylor 69 et ux Isabellah
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R445 P146A L1  1/1.
      NJ, Camden Co., Newton Twp., Haddonfield
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 17, J. L. Rowand, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel Allen               50M Tanner and Currier     4000NJ
 Mary Allen                 57F                            NJ
 Mary Ann Allen             14F                            NJ       S
 Elizabeth Taylor           16F                            NJ       S
 William Money              56M Labourer                   Ireland
   df 1864 Jun 01 03:15 PM at 70.5.27 and interred NJ, Colestown Cemetery.
   mf 1866 Nov 10 Martha Gauntt 70
   dm 1879 Apr 15 10:30 AM at 81 years and interred NJ, Colestown Cemetery.
 with Mary G. (nee Taylor 70) Allen
   Isabellah 71   Mary T 71      Mary Anna 71   Elizabeth P 71
   b18330815      b18340125      b18390419      b18390419

Joseph Allen 70
   bm 1802 Aug 31 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   dm 1834 Jul 24 at 31.9.24

Charles W. Allen 70
   bm 1805 Oct 29 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   dm 1897 Dec 30 at 97 interred 1898 Jan 03 at Carversville. Translateion
      from Bible should be 92, obviously.

Elihue W. Allen 70
   bm 1808 Mar 17 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   dm 1902 Jan 31 4.30 buried from his Daughters Trenton

Mary W. Allen 70
   bf 1810 Jun 28 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   df 1842 Jul 17 at 32.0.19

William W. Allen 70
   bm 1813 May 24 to Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 et ux Ann (nee Williams 69)
      Allen
   dm 1877 Oct

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Isabellah Allen 71
   bf 1833 Aug 15 to Samuel Allen 70 et ux Mary G. (nee Taylor 70) Allen
   df 1833 Aug 15

Mary T. Allen 71
   bf 1834 Jan 25 to Samuel Allen 70 et ux Mary G. (nee Taylor 70) Allen
   df 1834 Feb 12 at 17 days

Mary Anna Allen 71
   bf 1839 Apr 19 to Samuel Allen 70 et ux Mary G. (nee Taylor 70) Allen
   n. daughter Alice Wills Hunt
   df 1922 Mar 29 at 87 years.
 with
   Alice W. 72
   b

Elizabeth  P. Allen 71
   bf 1839 Apr 19 to Samuel Allen 70 et ux Mary G. (nee Taylor 70) Allen
   df 1840 Jul 26 at 1.3.7

LINKAGE END 00  Esther Allen

William Rogers _
   mf ____ ___ __ Grace Allen _, the widow Eayres.
   n. GotSF P30.
 with
   Joseph _       William _
   b              b

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Mary Allen _
   mm 1696 Dec 03 Thomas French _ of W. NJ near Burlington, she of Shrewsbury
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas French _  LDSR Shrewsbury MM

Henry Allen
   n. LDSR
 with
   dau _
   b17830610

John Allen
   n. w. 174S Jun 10 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Dorden, Richard, of Middletown, mariner.
      Esther Borden, widow, renounces right of administration, in favor of
      John Stillwell, of same place, one of principal creditors.
      Wit.: by Edward Burrowes. Lib. E, p. 195.
      1748 Jun 22 Bond of John Stillwell, administrator. Edward Burrowes,
      fellow bondsman.
      1748 Jun 24 Inventory of estate (#104.18.8), incl. bonds and debts
      due from John Morford, Johannes Tice, Richard Brittain, John Hance,
      Jacob Biliyou, James Pillyan, Peter Barker, John Allen, Matthias Mount,
      Samuel Bowne, John Layton, Jonathan Holmes and estate of Henry Tilton,
      deceased. Made by Thomas Morford, Esquire, Thomas Mount and
      Samuel Tilton, yeoman.
      1749 Jun 20 Account of estate mentions Philip Kearney, Esquire, attorney;
      James Johnston ; Thomas More of New York ; John Porter ; John Williams.

Miriam Allen
   mm 1732 Feb 06 Robert Tilton _ of Middletown, she of Shrewsbury.  LDSR
      Shrewsbury MM

Ezekiel Allen _
   mf 1732 Feb 10 Almey Wooley _ at William Wolley's House, both of Shrewsbury.
      LDSR Shrewsbury MM
   wm 1747 March 2 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, Ezeklel, of Shrewsbury town, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Amy. Children: Obadiah. Nathan, Joshua, Elizabeth, and Aaron.
      Exec.: wife and brother, Jedidiah Allen.
      Wit.: Joseph Potter, Thomas Negus, John Allen and Jacob Dennis.
      1747 March 14 proved by Joseph Potter and John Allen, Quakers.
      Exec.s, Quakers, affirmed same day.
      1748, March 15. Inventory of the personal estate, #257.01.02. Made
      by Joseph Wardell and Joseph Potter.
 with Amy
   Obadiah _      Nathan _       Joshua _       Elizabeth _    Aaron _
   b              b              b              b              b

Patience Allen
   mm 1732 Mar 23 John Lippincott _ both of Shrewsbury at the MH in Shrewsbury
      LDSR Shrewsbury MM

Rebecca Allen
   mm 1736 Dec 09 Timothy Hance _ both of Shrewsbury at Joseph Allen Jrs. house
      in Shrewsbury.  LDSR Shrewsbury MM


   n. there is more on the LDSR0016512 pertaining to these Allens.

Mary Allen _
   mm 1728 Jan 24 Rehmoura Townsend _ of Oyster Bay, she of Hempstead

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Aaron Allen _
   n. kept Allentown tavern. NJ_HOMonC P622

   n. w. 1744 Oec 08 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30
      Allen, AVilUani, of Allentown, Monmouth Co., hatter; will of.
      Wife, Anna, sole legatee.
      Exec.: wife, Jacob Lawrence and Thomas Lowrie.
      Wit.: Bartholomew West, Charles Jolley and William Lawrence.
      1744 Jan 29 proved.  Lib. 5, p. 77.
      1744-5 Jan 27 Inventory of personal estate, #132.10.11, inch one dozen
      wool hats, not finished, thirty-four blocks, smoothing iron, bows and
      stamper, twenty-one beaver skins; made by William Lawrence and
      Bartholomew West.

Abner Allen _
   n. grandson of Benjamin and Deborah (nee Parker _) Corlies. NJ_HOMonC P591.
   n. corporator of Long Branch Banking Company. NJ_HOMonC P769
   n. house at Locharbor. NJ_HOMonC P778
   n. postmaster at Deal Beach Station. NJ_HOMonC P779

Anna Allen _
   n. 1758 widow, taxed in Upper Freehold Twp. NJ_HOMonC P614

A. W. Allen _
   n. Rev., settled at Navesink Highlands. NJ_HOMonC P536




David Allen _
   n. 1776 Continental Army. NJ_HOMonC P235

John Allen _
   n. 1776 private Continental Army. NJ_HOMonC P235

Isaac Allen _
   n. 1776 officer, Second Battalion "Skinner's Greens." NJ_HOMonC P199
   n. 1779 Monmouth Co. Loyalist, property confiscated. NJ_HOMonC P226

Judah Allen _
   n. 1776 private Continental Army. NJ_HOMonC P235

Nathan Allen _
   n. 1776 private Continental Army. NJ_HOMonC P235

Jacob Allen _
   n. 1776 sergeant, Captain Carhart's Company. NJ_HOMonC P233

Samuel Allen _
   n. 1758 taxed in Upper Freehold Twp. NJ_HOMonC P614.

James Allen _
   n. 1805 chosen freeholder, Howell Twp.

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Jedediah Allen _
   n. w. 1759 Jan 20 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Jedldiah, of Manenton, Salem Co.; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Children: Judiah, David, Elisha, Champles, Jonathan,
      Benjamin, Elizabeth, Rebecah and Mary; Champles, Jonathan and
      Benjamin under 13 yrs. of age. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: Preston Carpenter and Charles Fogg.
      Wit.: Isaac Sharp, Daniel Huddy and John Beesly.
      1759 Mar 03 proved. Lib. 9, p. 364.

David Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca _ _
 with Rebecca
   Samuel _

Samuel Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to David Allen _ et ux Rebecca
   mf 1809 Nov 23 Mary Elfreth _, he of Mannington.  Haddonfield Friends
      Meeting. NJ_GCMR P227
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jeremiah Elfreth _ et ux Mary

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Jedediah Allen _
   n. w. 1759 Jan 20 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Jedldiah, of Manenton, Salem Co.; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Children: Judiah, David, Elisha, Champles, Jonathan,
      Benjamin, Elizabeth, Rebecah and Mary; Champles, Jonathan and
      Benjamin under 13 yrs. of age. Real and personal estate.
      Execu-
      tors: Preston Carpenter and Charles Fogg.
      Wit.: Isaac Sharp,
      Daniel Huddy and John Beesly.
      Proved March 3, 1759. Lib. 9, p. 364.


Jedediah Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jedediah Allen _
   mf 1779 Sep 16 Ann Wilkins _, he of Mannington. Haddon Friends
      Meeting, NJ_GCMR P227
   n. Is this the same as Ann Williams & Jedediah?
 with Ann (nee Wilkins _) Allen
   Jedediah _
   b

Jedediah Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jedediah Allen _ et ux Ann (nee Wilkins _) Allen
   mf 1803 Nov 25 Lettice Hinchman _, he of Mannington. Woodbury Friends
      Meeting, NJ_GCMR P243.
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Hinchman _ et ux Sarah

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Jediah Allen _
   mf 1835 Feb 26 Sarah K. Cooper _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Abbi A. Allen _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jediah Allen _ et ux Sarah
   mm 1869 Mar 17 Clement B. Low _ of Philadelphia.  NJ_GCMR P128.

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Abig. Allen _
   mm 1756 Mar 07 John Tharrenton  _. Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church,
      NJ_GCMR P225.

Mary Allen _
   mm 1763 Mar 16 Joseph Paulson _. Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church Records,
      NJ_GCMR P221.

Anna Allen _
   mm 1780 Dec 27 David Vealdey _. Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church, NJ_GCMR
      P225.

Ann Allan _
   n.  http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk1a.txt

Abigail Anne Allen _
   mm 1844 Feb 02 John Carson _ NJ_GCMR P52.

Abigail Anne Allen _
   mm 1831 May 08 George A. Childs _, both of Philadelphia. NJ_GCMR P57.

Amanda Allen _
   mm 1856 Dec 25 Joseph P. Tomlin _. NJ_GCMR P190.

Anne D. Allen _
   mm 1873 Jan 25 Ephraim Sheck _. NJ_GCMR P167.

Elizabeth Allen _
   mm 1844 Nov 10 Lawrence C. Headley _. NJ_GCMR P100.

Catharine Ann Allen _
   mm 1852 Nov 11 Joshua M. Headley _. NJ_GCMR P100.

Dorrie Allen _
   mm 1777 Nov 04 John Walker _. NJ_GCMR P256.

Elizabeth Allen _
   mm 1813 Oct 23 Jonathan Atkinson _. NJ_GCMR P33.

Emely Allen _
   mm 1842 Apr 02 Hansen S. Cade _. NJ_GCMR P50.

Georgie F. Allen _
   mm 1874 Mar 02 George W. Ireland _. NJ_GCMR P112.

Hannah Allen _
   mm 1835 Nov 24 Joel Richards _. NJ_GCMR P157.

Hannah G. Allen _
   mm 1849 Jul 14 Joseph H. Fish _. NJ_GCMR P84.

Hannah G. Allen _
   mm 1856 Dec 25 George A. Shiveler _. NJ_GCMR P168.

Judith L. Allen _
   mm 1830 Aug 08 Samuel L. Walker _. NJ_GCMR P194.

Julian Allen _
   mm 1822 Sep 19 Stacy Evans _, both of Evesham. NJ_GCMR P81.

Margaret M. Allen _
   mm 1871 Dec 25 Amos G. Hurff _. NJ_GCMR P110.

Maria Allen _
   mm 1842 Dec 29 James Thompson _. NJ_GCMR P188.

Martha P. Allen _
   mm 1840 Oct 08 John M. Hazleton _. NJ_GCMR P100.

Mary Allen _
   mm 1733 Jul 25 Andrew Blakeman _. NJ_GCMR/A P5.

Mary Allen _
   mm 1814 Nov 24 Samuel Dare _, of Pittsgrove. NJ_GCMR P68.

Mary Allen _
   mm 1805 Aug 01 Stephen Kirby _. NJ_GCMR P120.

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Anthony Allen 12
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Roberts 12
   bf 1744 to Enoch Roberts 11 et ux Rachel (nee Coles 11) Allen
   n. RFT0.
 with Mary (nee Roberts 12) Allen
   Rachel 13      Hannah 13      Enoch 13       Mary 13        Grace 13
   b              b              b              b              b
   Martha 13
   b


Enoch R. Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Anthony Allen _ et ux Mary
   mf 1808 May 12 Beulah Pancoast _. Woodbury Friends Meeting, NJ_GCMR P243.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Pancoast _ et ux Hannah

Mary Allen _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Anthony Allen _ et ux Mary
   mm 1814 Oct 20 Joseph Miller _, of Greenwich, Cumberland Co., N. J. Woodbury
      Friends Meeting Records, NJ_GCMR P246.
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Miller _ et ux Margaret

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Theodore Allen 72.
   bm 1835 Nov __ to Charles Allen 71 et ux Beulah in NJ.
   mf 1866 Dec 05 Mary Reynolds Adams 72 NJMR O/386/2.
   bf 1846 Oct 14 to Thomas Reynolds Adams 71 et ux Isabella (nee Locke 71)
      Adams 71 in Clarksboro, Gloucester Co., NJ.
   dm 1900 Decd 01 380 Salem Ave., Woodbury, Gloucester Co., NJ. 1900 NJDR
      798/40/A7
   df 1923 May 22 at 302 Salem Ave., Woodbury, Gloucester Co., NJ age 76.7.8.
      1923 NJDR Cert. #67. Interred 1923 May 26 Eglington Cem., Clarksboro,
      Gloucester Co., NJ.
 with Theodore Allen 72
   Charles H 73   Thomas R 73    Edward L 73    William D 73   Jane S 73
   b18691210      b18710219      ~1872          ~1874          b18750928
   George L 73    Mary Ann 73    Walter 73      Theodore 73
   b18770802      b18790524      b18810404      b18830630

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Mary S. Allen _
   mm 1863 Jan 01 Joseph Shuster _. NJ_GCMR P169.

Patience Allen _
   mm 1805 Jun 30 Jonathan Gooden _. NJ_GCMR P93.

Prudence Allen _
   mm 1810 Dec 02 Lewis Venable _. NJ_GCMR P194.

Rachell French Allen _
   mm 1702 Dec 09 Hugh Sharp _ of Pennsburg, PA., she a widow of Burlington Co.
      NJ_GCMR P238.

Rebecca Allen _
   mm 1799 Nov 28 Nathaniel Leeds _. NJ_GCMR P123.

Sarah Allen _
   mm 1826 Feb 09 Thomas Buzby _. NJ_GCMR P50.

Sarah Allen _
   mm 1831 ___ __ Charles Lippincott _. NJ_GCMR P124.

Sarah Allen _
   mm 1833 Feb 22 Elisha Simkins _, she a widow. NJ_GCMR P170.

Sarah Ann Allen _
   mm ____ ___ __ Did Not Find _. NJ_GCMR P36.

Veronica B. Allen _
   mm 1873 Dec 24 Benjamin B. Weatherby _. NJ_GCMR P197.

Asa Allen _
   mf 1738 May 10 Martha Abron _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Benjamin Allen _
   mf 1868 May 14 Emma _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Charles C. Allen _
   mf 1875 Dec 23 Anna M. C. Damon _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Edward Allen _
   mf 1877 Dec 18 Ettie Gwinn _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Eli B. Allen _
   mf 1872 Jan 10 Sallie F. Clark _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Enoch Allen _
   mf 1807 Sep 02 Ann Thompson _. NJ_GCMR P30.

George Allen _
   mf 1839 Jun 17 Gracie Ann Cooper _. NJ_GCMR P30.

George Allen _
   mf 1846 Dec 24 Mary Snyder _. NJ_GCMR P30.

George C. Allen _
   mf 1866 Apr 04 Abbie A. Jessup _. NJ_GCMR P30.

George C. Allen _
   mf 1873 Nov 13 Elizabeth Denelsbeck _ of Pittsgrove _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Henry Allen _
   mf 1828 Feb 28 Christiana Smith _, both of Cape May Co. _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Henry Allen _
   mf 1865 Nov 02 Martha A. McCalister _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Ira Allen _
   mf 1841 Mar 11 Matilda Ann Cooper _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Isaac Allen _
   mf 1817 Nov 03 Edith Small _. NJ_GCMR P30.

James Madison Allen _
   mf 1837 Feb 09 Rebecca B. Patterson _, both of Salem Co. NJ_GCMR P30.

John Allen _
   mf 1805 Mar 11 Elizabeth Stratten _. NJ_GCMR P30.

John Allen _
   mf 1810 Jan 17 Ann Myres _. NJ_GCMR P30.

John Allen _
   mf 1815 Dec 28 Phebe Fisher _. NJ_GCMR P30.

John Allen _
   mf 1834 Dec 17 Mary H. Fish _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Joseph Allen _
   mf 1807 Feb 18 Mary Pancoast _, widow of _ Allen. NJ_GCMR P30.

Joseph T. Allen _
   mf 1856 Mar 18 Amanda Brown _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Joshua Allen _
   mf 1834 Jan 25 Margaret Ward _, widow _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Michael
   bm ____ ___ __ to Michael
   mf 1837 Jan 05 Elizabeth C. Chatten _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Natha Allen _
   mf 1807 Mar 02 Elizabeth Cattell _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Nathan Allen _
   mf 1854 Feb 27 Elizabeth Bennett _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Samuel Allen _
   mf 1797 Apr 03 Mary Stinger _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Stephen D. Allen _
   mf 1877 Dec 20 Mary H. Cloud _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Theodore Allen _
   mf 1866 Dec 05 Mary R. Adams _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Thomas Allen _
   mf 1829 Jan 31 Sarah Mullica _. NJ_GCMR P30.

Thomas Allen _
   mf 1831 Feb 02 Keziah Ashcraft _. NJ_GCMR P30.

William Allen _
   mf 1804 Sep 24 Mary Dildalt _. NJ_GCMR P30.

William A. Allen _
   mf 1866 Jun 27 Delia P. Holmes _. NJ_GCMR P31.

William F. Allen _
   mf 1864 Aug 27 Sarah W. Dare _. NJ_GCMR P31.

Luke Allen _
   mf 1791 Feb 11 Mary Hellms _. Marriage Register of Jeffry Clark, Esq., JP.
      NJ_GCMR P249.

Jedediah Allen _
   mf 1827 Feb 07 Hannah Abbott _. From Samuel Mickles Diary, NJ_GCMR P253.

William Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jeremiah Allen _ et ux Bridget
   mf 1792 Feb 08 Sarah Murphy _, both of Upper Penn's Neck.  West Jersey
      Moravian Register, NJ_GCMR P255.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry Murphy _ et ux Isabella


Matthew Allen _
   n. w. 1731 Mar 03   NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Burdsall, Jacob, of Waterford, Burlington Co., house carpenter.
      Administration granted to Elizabeth Burdsall, widow, of Burlington.
      Thomas Coles, of Waterford, blacksmith, fellow bondsman. Lib. 3, p. 184.
      1732 Apr 08 Inventory of personal estate, #101.5.6 ; made by John Kay and
      John Collins.
      1732-3 Jan 20 Petition of John Busby of Northampton, who states that his
      sister, Jane, lately intermarried with Jacob Burdsall, and said Jacob had,
      by his said wife Jane, one daughter, named Jane, and, a little after birth
      of said child, the mother died. After the death of petitioner's sister the
      said Jacob intermarried with one Elizabeth Cole, and, about 14 months
      after said intermarriage, the said Jacob also died, and now the said
      John Busby petitions to be made guardian of his niece.  Lib. 3, p. 241.
      1733 Jun 30 Account of Elizabeth Burdsall, administratrix of estate
      of Jacob Burdsall, late of Bucks Co., Province of Penna., house carpenter
      and, before that, of Burlington Co., showing moneys paid Mathew Allen,
      Joseph Borden, Evan Harris, Sarah Norris, James Wilde, Jun'r, John
      Chambers, James Childs, Joseph Coles, Mary Coles, Thomas Coles. Due
      estate from Evan Harris, of Bucks Co., and from James Stevenson, who
      has run away.
      1732 Jan 20 Burdsall, Jane (within age), daughter of Jacob and Jane, both
      deceased. Letters of guardianship granted to John Busby, of Northampton
      Township, Burlington Co., yeoman.  Burlington Wills, 2213-16C.
   n. w. 1744 Jan 05 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Fryer, Anthony, of Town and Co. of Burlington, gent.; will of.                  Sister's son, Samuel Rawlins, living in City of Landon.  William Sorsby,        of City of Burlington. Anthony, son of Matthew Allen, my executor.
      Wit.: Joseph Stokes, Robert Bishop, John Morris.
      1744 Jan 24$proved. Lib. 5, 75.
   n. w. 1760 Jnl 26 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Matthew, of Hancock Township, Burlington Co. Int.
      Robert Allen, Administrator. Lib. 10, p. 43.
      1760 Aug 08 Inventory, #64.6.101^., incl. bonds and book debts, #30.10.3.;      a silver watch, #5.10; a Bible, 5s; made by Marmeduke Fort and John Goldy.
Robert Allen
   bm ____ __ __ to Matthew Allen _
   n. w. 1760 Jul 26 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32.
      Allen, Robert, of (paper destroyed). Int. Bond of
      Robert Allen, son of, as Adm'r; Thomas Robinson, fellowbondsman,
      both of Burlington Co. Burl. Adm'x Bonds.

Timothy Allen _
   n. w. 174S-, Feb. 11.  NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Burt, JoHeph, of Hopewell Township, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Son, Joseph when of age, to have plantation where testator
      lived. Proceeds from personal estate to five daughters: Margaret,
      Elizabeth, Sarah, Mary and Deborah, when aged eighteen years. Wife to have
      use of plantation during widowhood, until Joseph is of age. Son, Richard.
      Exec.: wife, and friend and brother, Jacob Reeder.
      Wit.: Thomas Hunt, Adam Egee, Edward Cooper.
      1749 Nov 04 proved. Lib. 6, p. 349.
      1749 Aug 16 Inventory of estate (#151.15.9), includes library,
      #1.3.0 ; gun and sword. Made by Robert Combs and Thomas Hunt.
      1763 Dec 16 Account of Jacob Reeder, surviving executor of will of
      Joseph Burt, mentions cash paid to Dr. John Bellard, Thomas Hunt,
      Timothy Allen, Samuel Hunt, John Rous. George Corwine, Peter Pain,
      Esther Corwine, Andrew Smith, Richard Stockton. Edward Cooper,
      Thomas Whitson and Elizabeth, his wife being a legatee, Josiah Howell and
      Margret his wife, a legatee.

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Mathew Allen _
   bm
   mf 1737 ___ __ Martha Stokes _
   bf 1718 Jan 08 to Joseph Stokes _ et ux Judith (nee Lippincott _) Stokes,
      the daughter of Freedom Lippincott _ et ux Mary (nee Curtis _) Lippincott.
   n. GotSF

William Allen _
   bm
   mf 1746 ___ __ Judith Stokes _
   bf 1722 Apr 20 to Joseph Stokes _ et ux Judith (nee Lippincott _) Stokes,
      the daughter of Freedom Lippincott _ et ux Mary (nee Curtis _) Lippincott.
   n. GotSF

John Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   dm
   mm 1754 ___ __ Benjamin Moore _, she widow of John, he widower of Rebecca
      (nee Fenimore _) Moore and had no children by him.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Moore _ et ux Sarah (nee Stokes _) Moore
   n. GotSF P11

Martha Allen _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Allen _
   mm ____ ___ __ Bethuel Moore _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Moore _ et ux Rebecca (nee Fenimore _) Moore
   n. GotSF P16.
with Bethuel Moore _
   Asa _          Keturah _      Amasa _        Sarah _        Mary _
   b17650228      b17670214      b17700315      b17720923      b17740109
   Bethuel _      Martha _       Jane _         Allen _
   b17760206      b17780505      b17800609      b17830521

Hannah Ann Allen _
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Allen _
   mm ____ ___ __ William Newton _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Newton _ et ux Rachel (nee Sharp _) Newton
   n. GotSF P89 & P201.

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William Allen _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Newton _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Newton _ et ux Rachel (nee Sharp _) Newton
   n. GotSF P89 & 202.
 with Hannah (nee Newton _) Allen
   John _         William _      Andrew _
   b              b              b

John Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Allen _ et ux Hannah (nee Newton _) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ _ Dudley _

William Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Allen _ et ux Hannah (nee Newton _) Allen
   mf

Andrew Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Allen _ et ux Hannah (nee Newton _) Allen
   dm in minority.

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Albert Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Haines _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Stokes Haines _ et ux ____ ___ __ Lockey Ann (nee French _)
      Haines.
   n. GotSF P101 & 225.
 with Elizabeth (nee Haines _) Allen
   Lytle _        Lockey _
   b              b

Lytle Allen _
   b. ____ ___ __ to Albert Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Haines _) Allen

Lockey Allen _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Albert Allen _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Haines _) Allen
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Baldwin _
   n. 1903 lived in West Chester, PA
   n. GotSF P225
 with Thomas Baldwin _ at least three children.

Samuel Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Roberts _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Elisha Roberts _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Hooten _) Roberts
   n. GotSF P238.

_ Allen _
   mm ____ ___ __ David Roberts _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Elisha Roberts _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Hooten _) Roberts
   n. GotSF P238.

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Fanny Allen _
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Edwards _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Elias Edwards _ et ux Hannah (nee Garwood _) Edwards
   n. GotSF P204.


William C. Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Maria Garwood _ as his first wife.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joshua Garwood _ et ux Hannah (nee Braddock _) Garwood
   n. GotSF P

Sarah Allen _
   mm ____ ___ __ Nathan Lippincott _
 with Nathan Lippincott _
   Abram _
   b

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Matthew Allen _
 with
   Enoch _

Enoch Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Matthew Allen _
   mf 1774 Dec 01 Hannah Collins _, he of Evesham. Haddonfield Friends
      Meeting, NJ_GCMR P227.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Collins _ et ux Rosanna (nee Stokes _) Collins
   n. GotSF P27.
 with Hannah (nee Collins _) Allen
   William        Samuel _
   b              b

William Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Enoch Allen _ et ux Hannah
   mf 1810 Mar 22 Mary Pine _. Woodbury Friends Meeting, NJ_GCMR P243.
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Pine _ et ux Judah

Samuel Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Enoch Allen _ et ux Hannah
   mf 1820 Feb 02 Sarah Pancoast _, both of Gloucester Co., NJ.
      Pilesgrove Friends Meeting, NJ_SCMR P215
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Pancoast _ et ux Martha

Samuel C. Allen _
   mf 1840 Mar 12 Sarah W. Cheesman _. NJ_GCMR P30.

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_ Allen _
   n. M. D.
   mf ____ ___ __
   df
   n. who had two children by his first wife.
   n. GotSF P125.
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Taylor _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Anthony N. Taylor 15 et ux Mary I. (nee Newbold 15) Taylor
 with _ Allen 16
   no issue

Cora L. Allen _
   mm 1900 Jun 11 Samuel Kazlitt A.?
   bm 1876 Jan 06
   n. GotSF P305.
 with
   Allen K _
   b19011008

Enoch Allen _
   mf 1800 May 07 Ann Kirby _, he of Woolwich, she of Upper Penns Neck.
      Pilesgrove Friends Meeting, NJ_SCMR P215

Richard Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Allen _ and Mary of Greenwich, Gloucester Co., NJ
   mf 1839 Mar 06 Anna Iredell _, both of Woolwich.
      Pilesgrove Friends Meeting, NJ_SCMR P215
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Iredell _ et ux Hannah

Maria Allen _
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Stokes _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Stokes _ et ux Marion (nee Conrow _) Stokes
   n. GotSF P307
 with Samuel Stokes _


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John Allen 15
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Butcher 15
   n. Data from correspondence with cousin Lynne Pfeiffer 2003 July.


William Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John
   mf 1797 Mar 17 Rachel Ward _, he of Evesham. Woodbury Friends Meeting,
      NJ_GCMR P243.
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Ward _

Ira Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Allen _ et ux Hope
   mf 1804 May 18 Catharine Cooper _. Woodbury Friends Meeting, NJ_GCMR P243.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Paul Cooper _ et ux Catharine

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Enoch Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Allen _ et ux Hope
   mf 1811 Dec 05 Rachel Ward _. Woodbury Friends Meeting, NJ_GCMR P243.
   bf ____ ___ __ David Ward _ et ux Hannah
   n. From Lynne Pfeiffer 2003 Jul 15.
 with Rachel (nee Ward _) Allen
   Franklin _
   b

Franklin Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Enoch Allen _ et ux Rachel (nee Ward _) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliza A. Scattergood _
   bf
 with Eliza A. (nee Scattergood _) Allen
   Channing _
   b

Channing Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Franklin Allen _ et ux Eliza A. (nee Scattergood _) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Florence Mary Sixsmith _
 with Florence Mary (nee Sixsmith _) Allen
   Margarita S _
   b

Margarita Sixsmith Allen _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Channing Allen _ et ux Florence Mary (nee Sixsmith _) Allen
   mm ____ ___ __ Howard David Pfeiffer _
 with Howard David Pfeiffer _

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Joseph T. Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Ner Allen _ et ux Hope
   mf 1819 Dec 30 Hannah Laurie _, both of Pilesgrove.
      Pilesgrove Friends Meeting, NJ_SCMR P215
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Laurie _ et ux Ann

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Samuel Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _
 with Mary
   Edward _

Edward Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Allen _ et ux Mary
   mf 1839 May 23 Hannah Lippincott _, he of Mannington, she of Evesham.
      Haddonfield Friends Meeting, NJ_GCMR P227.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joshua Lippincott _ et ux Sarah

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Joseph Allen _
   bm
   n. 1800 storekeeper at Eatontown. NJ_HOMonC P877
 with
   James _

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James M. Allen _
   n. 1867 corporator, Farmingdale and Squan Village Railroad Company.
      NJ_HOMonC P381

Joseph L. Allen _
   n. 1862 first Lieutenant, Company K, Twenty-ninth Regiment. NJ_HOMonC P266

Margaret Allen _
   n. 1855 taught Methodist Sunday-School, Matawan. NJ_HOMonC P838


Obadiah Allen _
   n. 1812 captain of company of militia. NJ_HOMonC P240

R. Allen _
   n. 1884 Cook Chemical Engine Co., Asbury Park, incorporated. NJ_HOMonC P866

Samuel F. Allen
   n. 1820 member of General Assembly. NJ_HOMonC P109
      1840 chosen Freeholder, Howell Twp. NJ_HOMonC P646
      1819 postmaster, Manasquan. NJ_HOMonC P646

   n. Allen's Corner, Wall Twp. NJ_HOMonC P809

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LINKAGE BEGIN 01 Silas Allen/Louisa Fay of Northboro, Worcexter Co.  MA


Silas Allen 72
   bm 1811 Sep 19 to  in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., MA, USA.
   mf 1833 Nov 28 Louisa Fay 71 at Northborough,  Worcester CXXo. MA.
   bf 1808 Nov 04 to William Fay 70 et ux lydia (nee Babcock 70) Fay
   df 1889 Jan 12 at 80Y.
 with Louisa (nee Fay 71) Allen
   Joseph H 72    Mary Louise 72 George W 72    Mary Augusta 72Harriet L 72
   b18330511      b18370119      b18381001      b18400821      b18441206
   Johnn  Lamson72Walter O 72
   b18460723      b18480928


Joseph Henry Allen 72
   bm 1833 May 11 to Silas Allen 71 et ux Louiusa (nee Fay 71) Allen

Mary Louise Allen 72
   bf 1837 Jan 19 to Silas Allen 71 et ux Louiusa (nee Fay 71) Allen

George William Allen 72
   bm 1838 Oct 01 to Silas Allen 71 et ux Louiusa (nee Fay 71) Allen

Mary Augusta Allen 72
   bf 1840 Aug 21 to Silas Allen 71 et ux Louiusa (nee Fay 71) Allen

Harriet Louisa Allen 72
   bf 1844 Dec 06 to Silas Allen 71 et ux Louiusa (nee Fay 71) Allen

John Lamson Allen 72
   bm 1846 Jul 23 to Silas Allen 71 et ux Louiusa (nee Fay 71) Allen

Walter Oliver Allen 72
   bm 1848 Sep 28 to Silas Allen 71 et ux Louiusa (nee Fay 71) Allen


LINKAGE END 01 Silas Allen/Louisa Fay of Northboro, Worcexter Co.  MA

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LINKAGE BEGIN 05 John Allen of Monmouth Co., NJ.
                   Reference: NJ_HOMonC

John Allen 08
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Haley 08
   n. NJ_HOMonC
 with Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen
   William 09     Edward 09      John 09        Isaiah 09      Mary Jane 09
   b              b1793          b              b              b
   Elizabeth 09   Susan 09       Margaret 09
   b              b              b

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William Allen 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Allen 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen

Edward Allen 09
   bm 1793 ___ __ to John Allen 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Johnson 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Johnson 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ketchum 08) Johnson
      of Howell Township.
 with Sarah (nee Johnson 09) Allen
   Charles 10     William 10     Elizabeth 10   John 10        James 10
   b1815          b1817          b1820          b1821          b1824
   Eunice E 10
   b1828

John Allen 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Allen 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen

Isaiah Allen 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Allen 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen

Mary Jane Allen 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Allen 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen

Elizabeth Allen 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Allen 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen

Susan Allen 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Allen 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen

Margaret Allen 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Allen 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Haley 08) Allen

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Charles Allen 10
   bm 1815 ___ __ to Edward Allen 09 et ux Sarah (nee Johnson 09) Allen
      at Blue Ball.
   mf 1843 ___ __ Hannah Potter 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ephraim Potter 09, Capt., of Tom's River.
   n. Sheriff, biography and portrait of - NJ_HOMonC P664
   n. Sheriff of Monmouth Co., 1841, -78, NJ_HOMonC P111
   n. built store at Clarksburg. NJ_HOMonC P658
 with Hannah (nee Potter 10) Allen, all adopted children.
   Sarah E 11     Malvina H 11   Ella C 11      Annie C
   b              b              b              b

William Allen 10
   bm 1817 ___ __ to Edward Allen 09 et ux Sarah (nee Johnson 09) Allen

Elizabeth Allen 10
   bm 1820 ___ __ to Edward Allen 09 et ux Sarah (nee Johnson 09) Allen

John Allen 10
   bm 1821 ___ __ to Edward Allen 09 et ux Sarah (nee Johnson 09) Allen

James Allen 10
   bm 1824 ___ __ to Edward Allen 09 et ux Sarah (nee Johnson 09) Allen

Eunice E. Allen 10
   bf 1828 ___ __ to Edward Allen 09 et ux Sarah (nee Johnson 09) Allen

LINKAGE END 05 John Allen of Monmouth Co., NJ.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 06 James Allen/Mary Gordon of Middletown Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ.

James Allen 09
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Gordon 09
 with Mary (nee Gordon 09) Allen
   Charles G 10
   b1800

Charles Gordon Allen 10
   bm 1800 ___ __ to James Allen 09 et ux Mary (nee Gordon 09) Allen
   mf 1823 ___ __ Catharine Trafford 10, of Shrewsbury Twp.
   n. NJ_HOMonC P607 - Biography and portrait of.
   n. 1829 settled at Newman's Springs. NJ_HOMonC P596
      1852 corporator, Middletown and Shrewsbury Transportation Company.
      NJ_HOMonC P597
      1840 employed by Asher S. NJ_HOMonC Parker at Red Bank. P597
 with Catharine (nee Trafford 10) Allen
   Margaret 11    Mary 11        Deborah C 11   Robert 11      J Trafford 11
   b              b              b              b              b
   George K 11    James P 11
   b              b


Charles G. Allen _
   bm 1839
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R443 P487B L8  209/222.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Evesham Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, _ Clark, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Evans                39M Farmer                13000NJ
 Sarah E. "                 34F                            NJ
 Lydia    "                 13F                            NJ       S
 Samuel R.  "               11M                            NJ       S
 Sarah Roberts              66F                            NJ
 Elizabeth Evans            68F                            NJ
 Hannah A. Locke            15F                            NJ
 Hannah A. Brooks           14F                            NJ       S
 Charles G. Allen           11M                            NJ       S
 Daniel Leonard             25M Laborer                    Ireland

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Margaret Allen 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Gordon Allen 10 et ux Catharine (nee Trafford 10)
      Allen

Mary Allen 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Gordon Allen 10 et ux Catharine (nee Trafford 10)
      Allen

Deborah Catherine Allen 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Gordon Allen 10 et ux Catharine (nee Trafford 10)
      Allen
   mm 1865 ___ __ John S. Applegate 11, Hon., NJ_HOMonC P308

Robert Allen 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Gordon Allen 10 et ux Catharine (nee Trafford 10)
      Allen
   n. 1853-, 67-68 member of General Assembly. NJ_HOMonC P110
      1853 vice-president Monmouth County Agricultural Society. NJ_HOMonC P365
      1852 corporator, Middletown and Shrewsbury Transportation Co. NJ_HOMonC
      P597
      1879 resident of Red Bank (footnote). NJ_HOMonC P599
 with
   Robert 12

J. Trafford Allen 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Gordon Allen 10 et ux Catharine (nee Trafford 10)
      Allen
   n. treasurer, board of commissioners. NJ_HOMonC P598
   n. 1870 owned lumber-yard at Red Bank. NJ_HOMonC P602

George K. Allen 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Gordon Allen 10 et ux Catharine (nee Trafford 10)
      Allen

James P. Allen 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Gordon Allen 10 et ux Catharine (nee Trafford 10)
      Allen

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Robert Allen 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Allen 11
   n. 1867 prosecutor of the pleas. NJ_HOMonC P112
      legal preceptor of Hon. John S. Applegate. NJ_HOMonC P307
      1854 counselor, addmitted to the bar. NJ_HOMonC P316
      1848 attorney, admitted to the bar. NJ_HOMonC P317
      lawyer, practicing at Red Bank.  \P318
      1868 Corporator of New York and Long Branch Railroad Company. NJ_HOMonC
      P383
      1874 chief commissioner, Red Bank. NJ_HOMonC P598
      1864 office of, used by First National Bank, Red Bank. NJ_HOMonC P604
      1866 schoolhouse, Chapel District, Wall Township, erected on land of.
      NJ_HOMonC P810

LINKAGE END 06 James Allen/Mary Gordon of Middletown Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ.

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Marshall Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Neafie _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Abraham Neafie _ et ux Sarah (nee Smith _) Neafie.
      NJ_HOMonC P462



LINKAGE BEGIN 07 Abraham Allen/Mary  to Ginny & Charles

Abraham Allen 15
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
 with Mary
   Abraham 16
   b

Abraham Allen 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Abraham Allen 15 et ux Mary based on DC in posession of
      Ginny.
   mf 1845 ___ __ Mary J. Durkee 16
   bf 1828 ___ ___ to Nathan Durkee 15 et ux Lucy (nee Simmons 15) Durkee in
      New Hampshire. Both were born in CT.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R P L
      State, County
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Abraham Allen                  Policeman NYC
 Mary
 Lucy                       14                             NY
 Albert                      8                             NY
 George                      6                             NY
 Eugene                      7                             NY
 Lucy (Simmons) Durkee      62                             NH
   dm 1887 in NYC while visiting (DC - Ginny) and interred in Greenwood Cem.,
      Brooklyn, NY.
   df ____ ___ __ and interred in Greenwood Cem., Brooklyn, NY.
 with Mary J. (nee Durkee 15) Allen, 9 children.
   Lucy 16        Albert 16      George 16      Eugene 16      May E 16
   b1846          b1852          b1854          b1853          b1865


LINKAGE END 07 Abraham Allen/Mary  to Ginny & Charles


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John Allen _
   ld 1823 Feb 19 NJ_GCDR BLL P133
      Grantor: Abel Nicholson of Newton Twp., Glou. Co., NJ
      Grantee: John Allen ship carpenter, Glou Twp., Glou. Co., NJ
      Transaction: $150 for 5 acres in Glou. Twp.

Catharine Allen _
   n. 1844 consituent member of First Baptist Church of Shrewsbury. NJ_HOMonC
      P600.

Edward Allen _
    n. NJ_HOMonC Physician, pricticed in Middletown. NJ_HOMonC P533

Edward W. Allen _
    n. Dr., school trustee, Shrewsbury District. NJ_HOMonC P595

Gabriel Allen _
   n. 1818 original member Perserverance Fire Company, Allentown. NJ_HOMonC P621
      kept Allentown Tavern. NJ_HOMonC P622

George Allen _
   n. 1862 private, Company A, Fourteenth Regiment. NJ_HOMonC P256

Harris Allen _
   n. 1875 justice of the peace. NJ_HOMonC P113
      1880 justice of the peace. NJ_HOMonC P114

Joseph Allen _
   n. postmaster at Shrewsbury. NJ_HOMonC P576

Joseph Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Williams _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edmund Williams _ et ux Miriam (nee Tilton _) Williams.
      NJ_HOMonC P609

Charles Allen _
   n. 1853-67/68 member of General Assembly. NJ_HOMonC P110
      1864 director of First National Bank of Freehold. NJ_HOMonC P467
      1877 vice-president, Monmouth Battle Monument Association. NJ_HOMonC P481
      1846,1863 chosen freeholder, Millstone Twp. NJ_HOMonC P656
      1885 owned grist-mill in Perrineville. NJ_HOMonC P656.

Charles N. Allen _
   n. 1862 private, Company F, Twenty-ninth Regiment. NJ_HOMonC P265
   mm ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Doughty 70
   bf 1845 Aug __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty         in Monmouth Co.,
   bm 1842 Nov
   n. Allen b. 1887 Jun 14 to Chas. Allen 348 US and Elizabeth Doughty 32 US
      SF.O C05087.
   df 1900
 with Ellizabeth (nee Doughty _)
   John N 71      Ella 71        Georgianna 71  Robert 71      Edna 71
   b1869          b187211        b1877          b1879          b188104
   William 71     m _
   b188305


David Allen _
   n. 1884 postmaster at Allentown. NJ_HOMonC P798

Ebenezer Allen _
   n. 1842 trustee of Manasquan Methodist Church. NJ_HOMonC P799

Edmund T. Allen _
   n. 1874 clerk of board of commissioners, Red Bank. NJ_HOMonC P598.

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Thomas G. Allen _
   bm 1793
   dm 1868 Aug 11
      1868 Aug 12 PA_PPL V_LXV N.  Wed morn Obit.
      Allen - on the 11th instant, after a brief illness, Rev. Thos. G. Allen,
      in the 75th year of his age.

John Allen _
   n. 1865 private, Company D, Fourteenth Regiment. NJ_HOMonC P257

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William M. Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Beulah _ _
 with Beulah
   Sallie _

Sallie Allen _
   df 1869 Oct 14
      Obit.: 1869 Oct 18 Mon morn, PA_PPL V_LXVIII N21
      Allen - On the afternoon of the 14th instant, Sallie Allen, daughter of
      Beulah and the late Wm. M. Allen.
         Interment on this afternnon, at two o'clock, from the residence of her
      mother, No. 425 North Twentieth street.

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Mattie Allen _
   mm ____ ___ __ J. W. Wright _, she a miss.
      ____ ___ __ PA_PPL V_LXIX N36, Thursday morning.
      Wright-Allen - On the 14th ultimo, at the residence of the bride's parents
      Upper Darby, Delaware Co., PA. by Rev. Isaac Mast assisted by Rev. A. L.
      Wilson, Rev. J. W. Wright of Holmesburg, to Miss Mattie Allen  #306

William Allen _
   dm 1870 May 26
      1870 May 30 PA_PPL V_LXIX N58 Monday Morning Obituary
      Allen - Suddenly, on the 26th inst. William Allen, aged 68? years.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral, from his late residence. No., 815 Montcalm street,
      on Tuesday at 12 o'clock.     *430

Benjamin F. Allen _
   mf 1868 Jul 09 Susie Huey _
      1868 Jul 13 PA_PPL V_LXV N94 Monday Morning
      Allen-Huey - At the residence of the bride's parents, 1868 Jul 9th by the
      Rev. W. McCombs, Captain Benjamin F. Allen to Miss Susie Huey, daughter of
      James Huey, Esq., all of this city.  *41
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Huey _, Esq.

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John Allen _
   bm 1791 Mar 22
   mf ____ ___ __ Azuba Read _
   bf 1803 Apr 25 to Isaac Read, Sr. et ux Mary Shckelton
   df 1823 Sep 02 20.4.8 in Knowlton Twp., Warren Co., NJ buried Union Brick
      Cemetery.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _
   bf~1798
   n. There were at least two chlidren, Alenah Allen Everitt by Azuba (died
      5 Dec. 1876, age 55.10.9) married Epenetus Everitt 5 October 1839. They
      are buried in Swayze Cemetery in Hope Township, Warren Co.
      John C. Allen by Elizabeth, born circa 1832 by 1850 census.
      May be the John C. Allen buried in Swayze:
      died 4 November 1866, aged 34.10.3.
   n. GenForum 14530 Alenah Allen and Epenetus Everitt. Alenah was the daughter
      of John Allen and Azuba Read.
   n. wm
      Isaac Reed, Sr. Alenah Allen is named as such in the will of her
      grandfather, Isaac Read, Sr. of Knowlton Township, Warren County, New
      Jersey (died 1838). Alenah was called Lanah Marye Allen in Isaac's will.
      She was a minor in 1838. As Azuba Read Allen died in 1823, this would
      palce her birth between 1817 and 1823. I have a marrriage of Alenah to
      Epentus Everitt in Warren County on 5 October 1839.
      Two children appear on the 1850 census: John C.A. Everitt (born c. 1846)
      and Margaret Maria Everitt (born c. 1849).
      I assume there were probably other children.
      Epentus and Alenah are buried in Swayze Cemetery in Hope Township, Warren
      County, New Jersey.
      Epentus Everitt 18 May 1818 through 17 February 1893.
      Alenah Everitt, died 5 December 1876, aged 55 years, 10 months and 9 days.
   dm 1872 Oct 17 in Warren County New Jersey and interred Union Brick Cemetery,
      Blairstown Township, Warren County.
 with Azuba (nee Read _) Allen
   Lanor Marye _
   b

Jacob Allen _
   bm 1798
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   bf 1802
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P481B L28  79/89
      NJ, Warren Co., Freylinghuysen Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 24, C. Eagerton, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jacob Allen                52M Carpenter               700NJ
 Mary                       48F                            NJ
 Sarah M.                   30F                            NJ
 John D.                    21M                            NJ
 Emma C.                    16F                            NJ       S
 Charlotte E.               12F                            NJ       S
 Clinton E.                  5M                            NJ       S
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P187 L29 38/39
      NJ, Warren Co., Freylinghuysen Twp., P5
      PO: Johnsonsburg, 1860 Jun 20, John N. C..eaus, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jacob Allen                62M Master Carpenter 1500   300NJ
 Mary                       58F                            NJ
 Emma                       24F Teacher School             NJ
 Evelina                    22F       do                   NJ
 Clinton E.                 15M Assistant Farmer           NJ

John M. Allen _
   bm 1848 in New Jersey.
   dm 1918 ___ __  and buried Hainesburg Cemetery, Knowlton Township, Warren
      County, New Jersey.
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Ann Read _
   bf 1858 Feb 14 to John Matthews Read _ et ux Barbara (nee Beck _) of Walnut
      Valley, Blairstown Township, Warren County, New Jersey.
   df 1909 ___ __ buried Hainesburg.
   n. Had at least two children: Mary Allen (born ?January 1880) and
      Herbert D. Allen (1882-1885), buried Hainesburg.
 with Sarah Ann (nee Read _) Allen
   Mary _         Herbert D _
   b1880          b1882

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LINKAGE BEGIN 10 Arthur S. Allen/Luta Napier Doughty - Charlene's line
      Most of this line derived from her data.
      See related Cooks in the Cook file under Rachel's line.

Aaron H. Allen 71
   bm 1827 ___ __ to probably Jacob Allen above and of the same township.
   mf 1849 Jan 01 Rachel Cooke 71
   bf ____ ___ __ to probably Garret & Maria who live next door in 1850. I
      found neither in an 1860 Census cursory look. Plenty more Cooks, few
      with 'e' on the end.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P484B L1 115/125
      NJ, Warren Co., Freylinghuysen Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 29, C. Eagerton, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Garret Cook                60M Tanner & Currier       3000NJ
 Maria                      54F                            NJ
 Hiram France               14M                            NJ       S
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P481B L4 116/126
      NJ, Warren Co., Freylinghuysen Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 29, C. Eagerton, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Aaron H. Allen             23M Carpenter                  NJ
 Rachel                     23F                            NJ
 Mary L.?                   7mF                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P214 L15 223/233
      NJ, Warren Co., Freylinghuysen Twp., P32
      PO: Johnsonsburg, 1860 Jul 20, John N. C..eaus, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Aaron H. Allen             33M Farmer           8300  1500NJ
 Rachel                     35F                            NJ
 Mary C.                    11F                            NJ       S
 John E.                     9M                            NJ       S
 Arthur F.                   7M                            NJ       S
 Eva M.                      5F                            NJ       S
 Isabella                    2F                            NJ
 Silas Mains                20M Farm Laborer               NJ
 with Rachel (nee Cooke 71) Allen
   Mary C 72      John E 72      Arthur S 72    Eva M 72       Isabella 72
   b184912        b1851          b185411        b1855          b1858

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Mary C. Allen 72
   bf 1849 Nov __ to Aaron H. Allen 71 et ux Rachel (nee Cook 71) Allen
   df 1900 ___ __  buried in Mt. Hermon United Methodist Church yard, Warren
      County, New Jersey (also known as Green's Chapel).
   mm ____ ___ __ John C. Flummerfelt 72, GenForum 14545.
   bm 1851 Dec 10 to Charles Flummerfelt and Eleanor "Ellen" Read.
   dm 1928 ___ __ and interred Mt. Hermon.
   n. son Aaron A dm 1886
   mf 1902 Nov 12 Hannah _ 72
 with John C. Flummerfelt 72
   Aaron A 73
   b1884

John E. Allen 72
   bm 1851 ___ __ to Aaron H. Allen 71 et ux Rachel (nee Cook 71) Allen

Arthur S. Allen 72
   bm 1854 Nov __ to Aaron H. Allen 71 et ux Rachel (nee Cook 71) in NJ.
   n. Arthur Allen bm 1866 Apr 25 to James Allen _ et ux Sarah in Bernards Twp.,
      Somerset Co., NJ.
   mf 1880 Jan 01 Luta Napier Doughty 72 by Rev. Clarke Cline at the Second
      Presbyterian Church, Oxford, Warren County, NJ, both being residents of
      Oxford. MR-from Char Ullock.
   bf 1857 Oct 19 to Joseph Borden Doughty 71 et ux Katherine S. (nee Blizzard 71)
      Doughty in Bridgetown, NJ.  First contact established between the
      descendants of Joe & Kate via Luta and Clara 2000 Aug 29.
   n. at age 43 a plumber.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623 R_ SD4 ED29 S10 L90 225/241 P25B
      NJ, Middlesex Co., Borough of Dinilbleu?
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 18, Walter G. Runyon

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Allen, Arthur S.      Head  WMNov1854 45M 20    NJ     NJ     NJ               Plumbing laborer         0   YYYR N
        Luta N.        Wife  WFOct1858 41M 20 4 3NJ     NJ     NJ                                            YYY
        Joseph D.      Son   WMMar1883 17S       NJ     NJ     NJ               Laborer Farm             0   YYY
        Floyd T.       Son   WMOct1885 15S       NJ     NJ     NJ               At school                   8YYY
        Catherine L.   Dau   WFJun1898  1S       NJ     NJ     NJ

   n. 1900 Census very hard to read.
   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R   V SD1 ED669 P7A L25 2321/149/154.
      PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Cty, Wd39, W. Water? St.
      Enumerated: 1910 Apr 22, Mary M. Walsh.

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 Alfred H. Bechtel      Head  MW 38M  2    GER       GER       GER          N  B
English      Electrician    Factory          W N 0YY          1
 Luta                   Wife  FW 49M  2 4 3NJ        NJ        NJ               English      None
 Joseph Allen           Sson  MW 25S       NJ        NJ        NJ               English      Electrician    Factory          W N 0YY
 Catherine Bechtel      Sdau  FW 12S       NJ        NJ        NJ        189?  NEnglish      None                                 YY  Y

   n. 1912/3 noted on son Joseph's divorce papers that Luta Napier was living
      in Darby, PA with husband _ Betchel.
   n. Checked for Betchel B324 2000/09/30 and did not find in 1920 Soundex.
      Check also Bechtel B234 rwc.
 with Luta Napier (nee Doughty 72) Allen
   Joseph D 73    Floyd T 73     Catherine L 73
   b18830311      b188510        b18980623

Eva M. Allen 72
   bf 1855 ___ __ to Aaron H. Allen 71 et ux Rachel (nee Cook 71) Allen

Isabella Allen 72
   bf 1858 ___ __ to Aaron H. Allen 71 et ux Rachel (nee Cook 71) Allen

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Joseph Doughty Allen 73
   bm 1883 Mar 11 to Arthur S. Allen 72 et ux Luta Napier (nee Doughty 72) Allen
      in NJ.
   mf 1903 Nov 26 Margaretta Shouts Renard 73, in Orston, Haddonfield, Camden
      Co., NJ by R. B. Stephenson, a Minister of the Gospel.
   bf 1885 Jun 20 to Joseph Renard 72 et ux Mary (nee Foster 72) Renard in NJ.
   n. 1907 Jan 07 Joseph deserted his wife and child and did not contribute to
      their support.
   v. 1912 Aug 30 C-50-63-67 Margaretta petitioned for divorce.
      1912 Sep 06 Joseph Doughty Allen's aunt Clara Townsend lived at 728 Walnut
      Street, Camden, NJ.
      Joseph Doughty's mother gives son's address: J. D. Allen, Hammonton, NJ
      RFD 100 c/o H. C. Remick, Esq. and her adress as Mrs. L. N. Bechtel, 963
      Springfield Ave., Darby, Philadelphia, PA.
      1912 Dec 16 the divorce was decided in court and JDA was apparently a no
      show.
   mm ____ ___ __ William Casen 73, Char has pictures of the three together.
   n. last reported living at his uncle H. C. Remick, Esq. apple farm in NJ
      working as a farm hand, and subsequently reported to have remarried and
      had several children.
   mf ____ ___ __ Jennie
   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R1068 V107 SD4 E133 S1B L94 80/25/27
      NJ, Somerset Co., North Plainfield Borough, 2nd District, 80 Chatham St.
      Enumerated: 1920 Jan 2nd & 3rd, Fred M. Peach

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Allen, Joseph D.        Head  R MW 38M          YYNJ                 NJ                 NJ                 YMachinist   Machine ShopW
   -  , Jennie E.        Wife    FW 42M          YYNY                Germany     German  Germany    German  YNone

   df 1922 Jul 05 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.
 with Margaretta Shouts (nee Renard 73) Allen
   Gladys A 74
   b19041206

Floyd T. Allen 73
   bm 1885 Oct __ to Arthur S. Allen 72 et ux Luta Napier (nee Doughty 72) Allen
      in NJ.
   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R1018 V8 SD6 E185 S1B L68 318/13/16
      NJ, Bergen Co., Lyndhurst, 318 Riverside, living alone.
      Enumerated: 1920 Jan 2, John J. Bresliu?

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Allen, Floyd            Head SR MW 35M          YYNJ         Eng     NY         Eng     NY         Eng     YCarpenter   House       W

   n. The 1920 Census labels Floyd married.


Catherine Luta Allen 73
   bf 1898 Jun 23 to Arthur S. Allen 72 et ux Luta Napier (nee Doughty 72) Allen
      fourth child, by Dr. C. R. P. Fisher, MD at Bound Brook, Somerset Co., NJ.
      Father age 43, Mother Age 40, three living children.
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Gladys Allen 74
   bf 1904 Dec 06 to Joseph Doughty Allen 73 et ux Margaretta Shouts (nee Renard
       73) Allen in Gloucester, Camden Co., NJ.
   mm 1922 Apr 17 Theobald Mueller 74 in Camden, Camden Co., NJ.
   bm 1897 Feb 15 to Joseph Mueller 73 et ux Maria Julie (nee Meyer 73) Mueller
      in Guebwiller, Alsace-Lorraine, Germany.
   df 1960 Oct 12 at La Cresenta, Los Angeles, California.
   dm 1973 Jan 17 in Long Beach, Los Angeles, California of hepatitis contracted
      from a VA hospital where he was treated for a broken hip.

LINKAGE END 10 Arthur S. Allen - Charlene's line

Arthur Allen _
   bm 1876
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R_ V17 E114 S15 35/37
      NJ, Morris Co., Boonton Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Elizabeth Hall
 Arthur Allen                     4   GGson


Benjamin J. Allen _
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R_ V5 E38 S2 L?9
      NJ, Essex Co.,
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Benjamin J. Allen               29                                                                   NY
 Anna                            27                                                                   NJ
 Arthur B.                       1m   Son



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John C. Allen _
 with
   John C _

John C. Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John C. Allen _ et ux
   mf 1874 Sep 01 J. Elizabeth Hovey _
      1874 Sep 03 PA_PPL V_LXVII N140
         Allen-Hovey. - On September 1st, 1874 at the residence of the bride's
      parents, by the Rev. J. Hall McIlvaine, Mr. John C. Allen, Jr. of
      Philadelphia to Miss J. Elizabeth Hovey of Beverly, N.J.
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_ Allen _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha _ _
   bf 1799
   dm 1874 Sep 01
      1874 Sep 03 PA_PPL V_LXVII N140
         Allen. - On the 7th inst., Mrs Martha Allen, aged 75 years.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral on Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock from the residence of
      her son Samuel Allen, No. 8?> Ar??logo street.  To proceed to Greenwood K.
      of P. Cemetery    **85?
 with Martha
   Samuel _

Samuel Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to _ Allen _ et ux Martha

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William Allen _
   bm
   dm 1864 Feb 11
      1864 Feb 16 PA_PPL V_LVI N127 Tuesday morning obit.
         Allen. - On the 11th instant, William Allen, aged [56]4 years, late
      Alderman of the First Ward.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral from the residence of his brother, Twelfth st., above
      Moore, this afternoon, at 3 1/2 o'clock.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 11 Mark Allen/Joyce Marie Kawulok


Mark Allen _
   mf ____ ___ __ Joyce Marie Kawulok _
   bf 1966 Jun 01
 with Joyce Marie (nee Kawulok _) Allen
   Jason R        Keven M
   b              b

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Jason Russell Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Mark Allen _ et ux Joyce Marie (nee Kawulok _) Allen

Kevin Matthew Allen _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Mark Allen _ et ux Joyce Marie (nee Kawulok _) Allen

LINKAGE END 11 Mark Allen/Joyce Marie Kawulok

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Thomas Allen _
   wm 1820 Jan 18 PA_PCW B_7a P92.
      Thomas Allen.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk7a.txt

   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Mathis _
   n. w. 1736 Jan 02 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Mathie, John, of Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co.; will of.
      Grandchildren: Mathues and Margaret Sharp, both under age. Real and
      personal estate.
      Exec.: daughters Margaret Hughs, Anne Allen, and friends Gabriel Stelle,
      of Perth Amboy, alderman, and John Hutton of Fresh Ponds, yeoman.
      Wit.: John Moore, Alex'r Mackdowell, Margaret Moore.
      1737 Apr 11 proved. Lib. C, p. 157.

William Allen _
   n. w. 1748 Feb 15 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Evans, Thomas, of Chester, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Sarah. Sarah Hoskinson, servant. Plantation on Eggharbour Road
      beyond the Blue Anchor, adjoining Jacob Spicer. Legacy left son Thomas by
      his grandfather, John Naylor.
      Exec.: sons Thomas and Jacob.
      Wit.: William Allin, Jacob Lippincott, William Sorsby.
      1749 Aug 19 proved. Lib. 6, p. 299.
      1749 Aug 18 Inventory, #126.11.7 ; made by John Roberts and Enoch Roberts.
      Includes bonds of John Carter and Thomas Kinnard.

James Allen _
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1778-1800
      1796 Sep 18  Allen, James.  E. Marlborough.
      1796 September 20
      To son William the plantation I live on, containing about 350 acres.
      Daughter Hannah Allen to have maintenance on it while unmarried. To
      daughter Hannah #00 and #00 more when she marries, in lieu of her
      living on the plantation. To son-in-law Jesse Cloud 5 shillings. To
      daughter Mary Cloud's 8 children, Jane, William, James, Phebe, Hannah,
      Orpha, Jeremiah and Mary Ann #8.12 each at 18. To daughter Jane
      Gawthrop 237. To daughter Dinah Brown 125. To daughter Phebe Gatchall
      #08. Remainder to son William, also executor. Wit: Joseph Barnard,
      Joshua Woodward, Richard Barnard, Jr.

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Jedediah Allen _
   dm 1810 ___ __
      1811 Jun 30 Wm. Griscomb bought account of decease of Jedediah Allen, Sr.
      NoOG.


   n. w. 1748 Nov 01 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.    Many Allen here.
      ^ViIlinnls, Georse, of Town of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Lydia, one-third of plantation where testator lives and one-fourth
      of land on Goose Neck, one-third of houses, barns, etc., excepting fulling
      mill, tools, etc. Eldest son, Obadiah. Second son, George, land, mill,
      tools, etc., belonging to fulling mill, and grist mill and press, "which
      was Obadiah William's," and which testator bought of the auditors. Third
      son, Hezekiah, land bought of John Throckmorton at Squancum; land bought
      of Thomas Bills on Meteeteconk Neck; land on Whale Pond Brook, bought from
      testator's brother Judah. Fourth son, John, land bought from testator's
      brother, Judah, now in John's occupation. Youngest son, Elihu, plantation
      whereon testator lives, land on Goose Neck. "The above bequest to his
      mother-in-law, my wife Lydia, being excepted during her widowhood." To
      son, Elihu, the fulling mill with the copper press, sheers, etc. Daughter,
      Hannah, #100, when aged 21 or at marriage. Wife, use of one-third of
      silver plate. Mulatto man to be let or set free at age of 30, etc.
      Exec.: sons George and Hezekiah.
      Wit.: Emanuel Woolley, Webley Edwards, Michael Robinson, Jacob Dennis.
      1744 Apr 10 proved. (Webley Edwards and the executors Quakers).
      Lib. D, p. 174.
      1744 1st mo. (Mar.) 24 Inventory (#1,386.19.8) includes mulatto man, #20,
      and utensils belonging to the clothers trade. Made by Ephraim Allen,
      Joseph Corlies, Jacob Corlies.
      1751 4th mo. (June) 12 Account. Mentions James McCarty, Jacob Corlies,
      Susanna Swain, Thomas Glean, John Bedford, Ste. Talman (Doctor).
      Jos. Eatton (Doctor), David Hance, John Beck. Henry (the Dutchman),
      John Williams of Freehold, Lydia Williams. Mercy Stillwell,
      Jno. Liijpincott, Jno. Lippincott, Jr., Jacob Dennis, Frances Borden,
      Daniel Seebrook. Aaron Robins, George Corlies, Rebeckah Chamberlain,
      Thomas Herbert, John Holdworth. James Osborn, Eliakim Wardell.
      Solomon Wardell, William Brinley, Jos. Allen, Ebenezer Allen,
      William Cradock, John Chambers. Jno. Crackson, William Brewer,
      Jno. Drummond, William Corlies, Gershom Bills, John Longstreet.
      Jo. Pang, Jos. Lippincott, Preserve Lippincott's estate, Gisbert Sutfen,
      Ephraim Allen, John Williams, John Mills (Doctor), John Cox,
      attorney-at-law, William Chamberlain, Jno. Willis. Ralph Allen.
      Benj. Swan, Remembrance Lippincott, Jno. Holloway, Jno. Husbans,
      William Taylor, Benj. Woolcott, Thomas Tilton, Samuel Worden,
      Ann Chambers. Timothy Willits, Hannah Slocome, Jno. Wikoff,
      Jeremiah Bonham. Jno. Pears, Jno. Hires. Jno. Fisher. Richard Gardner,
      Frances Borden. John Webley, Jno. Lippincott. Jr.. Jno. Little, Esquire,'
      -Thomas Lemon. David Rulan. Jno. Woolley, Lewis Chamberlain, Derick
      Longstreet, Obadiah Boun, Widow Nichols, Jacob Lippincott. Lydia Leon-
      ard, Webley West, Jno. Cooper, Eatton Burros, Thomas Borden, Mort.
      Vandike, Job Cook. Philip Dennis. Ste. Flemen. Robt. White. James
      Tucker, Thomas Borden. Jr.. Emanuel Woolley. Jno. Hulet. Ste. Colvine.
      Richard Stout. Peter Willson, Going Watson. Thomas Richards. Richard
      and Robert James, Abigail Lippincott. Nicholas W'inright. James Winright.
      Martha W'inright. John Remine. Thomas Layton. Sawne Neper, Joseph
      Parker. Benj. Stout. Thomas Johnson and his .'^on Thomas. Jno. Wikoff.
      Peter Willson. Thomas Jencoaks, James Craig. Cornelius Vandiveere,
      Samuel Dennis. Robert Allen. Cornelius Compton, Jno. King. Joseph
      Throckmorton. James Layton, Jno. Ropers. Garret Bowler. Peter Parker.
      Richard Meechell. William Carhart, William Taylor, Henry Perrine. Thom-
      as Potter. John Ocoson. David Lippincott. John Burcham, John Willson.
      Thomas Williams. Nicholas Helens. William Wilkinson, Abram Russel,
      William Exceen. Edmond Lefebro. Elias Dehart. Jno. Allen, Walter Her-
      bert. Thomas Woodmansee and his widow. Joseph Lippincott. Jacob Sut-
      fen. James Winter. Thomas Adams. Orry Motoson, Samuel WMllit. Ste.
      Warn. Lewis Morris (the Governor). Wm. Clark, John Willson (.son of
      I'eter). Jo.seph Gardner. William Lawrence, David Allen, Edward Taylor,
      Jno. Heavens. Jno. Chambers. Jno. Hance. Wm. Osborn. Samuel Rogers,
      James Grover, Jr., Lawrence Horsman. Oliver Mene. Zachariah Allen,
      Hendrick Kep. Jno. Hoskins. Richard Sutfen. Clem McDaniel, Edmond
      McAnder, William Johnson. Garret Garrison, Abel Tilton, Peter Romine.
      Sarah Ru.ssell. Charles Fish. Wm. Maccoy. Isaac Vickers. Jno. Taylor,
      Henry Newport, Luke Gyant, Jno. Vandeventer, William Letts, Samuel
      Carman. Elen Runnels. Christopher Leonard. Jos. Morgan. Jos. Spragg,
      Jno. Morford. Thos. Stillwell. Jno. Hogerlon. Thomas Sutton, Esther
      Leonard, Ephraim Potter. Wm. Truax. William Clark. Susanna Applegate,
      Matthew Ellison, Thomas Parker. William Redford, Jno. Layton. Ste.
      Mene. Abram Vickers. Samuel Watson. James Reid, Benjamin Talman.
      Robert White, Robert Harris. Jno. Holmes. Sr.. Daniel Hendrickson. Ben-
      jamin Corlis. Gisbert Vanmater. Benj. Vanmater, Jno. Vancleave, Daniel
      Smith. Hannah Slocome. Richard Rogers. John Willson (son of Widow),
      John Pew. Margret Gyant, Jno. Hance. John Hires, Mary Davis. Jno.
      Smock. Jno. Eastwood. Thomas Hance. George Counover, Roliff Skank,
      Mary Parker, Sarah Heritage, Samuel Brewer, Robert Padison. Stanley
      White, Thomas Parks, Jno. Huse. Tunus Swort, Methias Tisen. Mary
      Rogers. Thomas White Rumson. James Johnson. Eliza. Lukerson. Jno.
      Davi.s. William Woolley. Benjamin Hoofmire. Sarah Parker. Abigail White.
      Andria Webley. Sen'r. Jno. Mills. Samuel Bown, Mary Allen. John Bullen,
      Thomas King. William Woodward, Jno. Fisher, Benjamin Forman. Sam-
      uel Frop. Thomas Herker, Sarah Potter, Jno. Emmons, Jno. Hampton.
      Orry Borum. Rachel Jobs. Archibald Craig, Ann Leonard. Eliza. Leonard,
      Wm. Redford, Wm. Clark. Jno. Vaun, Else Grover. Jno. Hebron. Wm.
      Parent. Thomas Forman. Jno. Powell, Jno. Reid, Jno. Taylor, Margret
      W'inright. Sarah Graves. Else Winright. Jno. F'orman. Ben. Borden. Wm.
      (Jifford, James Edwards. Charles Matthews. Honos Brewer. Peter W'hite
      (of Middletoun). Elen Mills. Jno. James Stelle. Widow Stelle, Samuel
      Form. Pateson. Mordica Gfbbons. Timothy Hoisted, Jno. Taff.
      Daniel Herbert. Thomas Fenimore. James Patison. Thomas Harve. Eliza.
      Green. Rebeckah Cavileer, Abram Covet. Jno. Perkins. Peter Tilton, Jno.
      Lawrence, Edward Hardman. Obadiah. George. Hezekiah, John, Elihu.
      Hannah and Lydia Williams. James McCarty. the mulatto man, for his
      freedom dues. #20.

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   n. Allen_DE1850_monoline

Lydia Allen _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P108A L26 1573/1626.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ? ?, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Lydia Allen                60F                            DE
 Matilda                    37F                             "
 Elizabeth                   8F                             "       S
 Anna L.                     6F                             "       S
 Samuel G.                   3M                             "

   n. Allen_NJ1850_monoline

Ezekiel Allen _
   bm 1809 in Vermont.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R443 P2A L7  17/17.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Burlington.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 06, Joseph H. Smith, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Ezekiel Allen              41M Botler                     VT
 Jeanett N. "               30F                            NJ
 Agusta   "                 12F                            NJ       S
 Emmeline G. "              10F                            NJ       S
 Louie       "               3M                            NJ
 Ann Jane Magan             22F                            PA
 Francis Hamand             40M Farmer                     NJ

James J. Allen _
   bm 1782
   mf _____ ___ __ Ann
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R443 P278B L36 279/288.
      NJ, Burlington Co., New Hanover Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 26, William ...., Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James J. Allen             68M Farmer                     NJ
 Ann Allen                  58F                            NJ
 John R. Allen              29M Merchant                   NJ
 Ellin B. Allen             24F                            NJ
 Albert Allen               25M Farmer                 3000NJ
 Lucy A. Allen              20F                            NJ
 William Allen              17M Farmer                     NJ       S
 George Allen               15M                            NJ       S
 Frederick Miller           39M Laborer                    Germany
 Margaret Cullin            14F Laborer                    Germany  S
 Anna Allen                10mF                            NJ
 Walter Allen               4mM                            NJ

Mary Allen _
   bf 1840
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R444 P365B L14 597/621.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Southampton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep  Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Richard Coat               32M Farmer                12000NJ
 Mary A. Coat               30F                            NJ
 Edward Coat                 5M                            NJ
 Joseph Coat                20M Laborer                    NJ
 Mary A. Goff               20F                            NJ
 Mary Allen                 10F                            NJ       S
 Joseph Aliways              9M                            NJ
   n. Aliways - Alloway, Alloways  2006/10/01 RWC.


Benjamin Allen _
   bm 1784
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca
   bf 1792
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R451 P129B L38 449/462.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Greenwich Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Nov 21, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Benjamin Allen             66M Farmer                15000NJ
 Rebecca   "                58F                            NJ
 Hannah    "                18F                            NJ
 Joseph    "                20M                            NJ
 Amanda    "                16F                            NJ
 George Allen               17M none                       NJ       S
 Benjamin  "                 9M                            NJ       S
 Rebecca   "                 4F                            NJ

Cornelius Allen _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P        R442 P288A L20  1206/1319.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Harrington Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 12, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Levi Conklin               34M Farmer                 1500NJ
 Anna  "                    29F                            NJ
 John   "                    7M                            NJ       S
 Rachel L. "                 4F                            NJ
 Sarah     "                 1F                            NJ
 Cornelius Allen            14M                            NJ

John E. Allen _
   bm 1820
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia _ _
   bf 1826
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R443 P345A,B L40  305/312.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Southampton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John E. Allen              30M Gunsmith                   NJ
 Lydia Allen                24F                            NJ
 Thomas Allen                6M                            NJ
 William Allen               4M                            NJ
 David Allen                 2M                            NJ

Harrison Allen _
   bm 1815
   mf 1838 Mar 21 Ann H. Collins _. NJ_GCMR P30.
   bf 1813
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P260-261   R445 P35B L28  60/74.
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden City, Middle Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 10, E. P. Andrews, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Harrison Allen             35M Japanner                   NJ
 Ann H.    "                37F                            PA
 Margaret M.                11F                            NJ       S
 Thomas T.                   9M                            PA       S
 Richard S.                  3M                            NJ
 Elizabeth Fisher           20F                            NJ

Samuel C. Allen _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R451 P53B L19  239/251.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Harrison Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 24, John B. Hilyard, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel C. Allen            59M Farmer                13000NJ
 Mary Ann                   45F                            NJ
 Collins                    25M                            NJ
 Samuel P.                  22M                            NJ
 George                     11M                            NJ       S
 John Gibson                20M Labourer                   NJ
 Thomas Moon                20M Labourer                   Ireland
 John Murphy                10M                            Ireland  S
 Mary M. Thomas             19F                            NJ
 Mary Irish                 22F                            Ireland
 Fanny Murhy                 8F                            Ireland  S

Enoch Allen _
   bm 1842
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R451 P56B L27  281/294.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Harrison Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 28, John B. Hilyard, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP
 Jacob Kirby                23M Farmer                 5390NJ
 Mary Ann                   21F                            NJ
 Edwin                      1mM                            NJ
 Emily Middleton            35F                            NJ
 Enoch Allen                 8M                            NJ

Jacob Allen _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R456 P188B L31 57/58.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Raritan Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 19, Simon Arrowsmith, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jacob Allen                58M Laborer                    NJ
 Ann Allen                  42F                            NJ
 James Allen                22M Laborer                    NJ
 Margaret Allen             19F                            NJ
 Mary E. Allen              17F                            NJ
 Almira Allen               18F                            NJ       S
 Eleanor Allen              10F                            NJ       S
 Arietta Allen              13F                            NJ       S
 Caroline Allen              4F                            NJ

James Allen _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R465 P351A L31 ___/_49.
      NJ, Warren Co., Washington Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 18, Jacob A...dt, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Allen                45M Labourer                   NJ
 Margaret  "                42F                            NJ
 Isabel    "                24F                            NJ
 Christian  "               22F                            NJ
 Mary      "                19F                            NJ
 Abigal    "                16F                            NJ
 Molly C.  "                15F                            NJ
 Malinda   "                10F                            NJ       S
 Sarah Jane "                7F                            NJ       S
 Samuel    "                 6M                            NJ
 John Nalley  "              2M                            NJ
 James A?. "                7mM                            NJ

   n. End monoline

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      Reference:
      1. Soundex A450 - Allen
      2. PA_PPL - Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Public Ledger
      3. NJ_HOMonC - History of Monmouth County, NJ - Frank Ellis (dec'd 1885)
         pub 1885, 904pp; at GCHS. 2000 Sep 02
         Index (of facts) - Norma Lippincott Swan; at GCHS.
         2000/09/17 Summary extractions of the Swan index of History of Monmouth
         County for Allen are now concluded.  Details in original book may be
         better - rwc75.
      5. GMONJ - Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey - they did an Allen history
      6. GotSF - Genealogy of the Stokes Family by Richard Haines 1903
         http://home.supernet.com/~jlstokes   version by Jim L. Stokes
      7. H. Stanley Craig
         NJ_BuCMR  NJ, Burlington Co., Marriage Records
         NJ_GCMR   NJ, Gloucester Co., Marriage Records
         NJ_SCGDV1 - NJ, Salem County Genealogical Data, Volume 1
         NJ_SCGDV2 - NJ, Salem County Genealogical Data, Volume 2
         NJ_CuCMR - NJ, Cumberland County Marriage Records
         NJ_ACMR Atlantic Co. Marriage Records - compiled by H. Stanley Craig
            Atlantic Co. was set off from Gloucester County in 1837.
            DPL 929.37498 C 886A 1977
      8. NoOG. Notes on Old Gloucester - Frank H. Stewart.
      9. NJ_GCW - NJ, Gloucester County Wills, 1818-1836, Doris Cole Rogers
         NJ_GCW - NJ, Gloucester County Wills, 1836-1846, Doris Cole Rogers
         NJA_COW
            1670-1730 1SV23 XXIII  Allen       Al[lei][ein]     2012/04/26 done
            1730-1750 1SV30 XXX    Allen       Al[lei][ein]     2012/05/02 done.
            1751-1760 1SV32 XXXII  Allen       Al[lei][ein]
finis
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Index


A. W. Allen _ P21                      Aaron Allen _ P21                     
Aaron H. Allen 71 P54                  Abbi A. Allen _ P24                   
Abig. Allen _ P25                      Abigail Allen 67 P10                  
Abigail Allen 68 P13                   Abigail Allen 69 P15                  
Abigail Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3 Abigail Ann Allen 69 P16              
Abigail Anne Allen _ P25               Abner Allen _ P21                     
Abraham Allen 15 P48                   Abraham Allen 16 P48                  
Abraham Allen _ P3                     Albert Allen _ P31                    
Amanda Allen _ P25                     Amy Allen 69 P16                      
Andrew Allen _ P30                     Ann Allan _ P25                       
Anna Allen _ P21                       Anna Allen _ P25                      
Anne D. Allen _ P25                    Anthony Allen 12 P26                  
Arthur Allen _ P57                     Arthur S. Allen 72 P55                
Asa Allen _ P28                        Aubitha Allen _ P3                    
Bathsheba _ P7                         Beniar P3                             
Benjamin Allen 67 P10                  Benjamin Allen 67 P8                  
Benjamin Allen 67 P9                   Benjamin Allen 68 P13                 
Benjamin Allen 69 P16                  Benjamin Allen _  P3                  
Benjamin Allen _ P28                   Benjamin Allen _ P3                   
Benjamin Allen _ P65                   Benjamin Allen _ P9                   
Benjamin F. Allen _ P52                Benjamin J. Allen _ P57               
Caleb Allen _ P3                       Catharine Allen _ P49                 
Catharine Ann Allen _ P25              Catherine Luta Allen 73 P56           
Channing Allen _ P36                   Charles Allen 10 P44                  
Charles Allen _ P3                     Charles Allen _ P49                   
Charles C. Allen _ P28                 Charles G. Allen _ P45                
Charles Gordon Allen 10 P45            Charles N. Allen _ P49                
Charles W. Allen 70 P18                Christopher Allen _ P2                
Cora L. Allen _ P34                    Cornelius Allen _ P65                 
Dahiel P3                              Daniel Allen _ P3                     
Daniel Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3 David Allen 66 P7                     
David Allen _ P21                      David Allen _ P22                     
David Allen _ P3                       David Allen _ P49                     
David Allen _ P7                       David P7                              
David _ P7                             Deborah Allen 68 P13                  
Deborah Catherine Allen 11 P46         Deborah P3                            
Dinah Allen 67 P8                      Dorrie Allen _ P25                    
Ebenezer Allen _ P3                    Ebenezer Allen _ P49                  
Ebzer P3                               Edmund T. Allen _ P49                 
Edmund W. Allan 68 P14                 Edward Allen 09 P43                   
Edward Allen 69 P16                    Edward Allen _ P28                    
Edward Allen _ P38                     Edward Allen _ P49                    
Edward W. Allen _ P49                  Eli B. Allen _ P28                    
Elihue Allen 70 P18                    Elihue W. Allen 70 P18                
Elisha Allen 66 P7                     Elisha Allen _ P3                     
Elizabeth  P. Allen 71 P19             Elizabeth Allen 09 P43                
Elizabeth Allen 10 P44                 Elizabeth Allen 67 P10                
Elizabeth Allen 68 P13                 Elizabeth Allen _ P2                  
Elizabeth Allen _ P25                  Elizabeth P3                          
Elizabeth P7                           Elizabeth Stratton Allen 69 P16       
Emely Allen _ P25                      English      Electrician    Factory          W N 0YY          1 P55
Enoch Allen _ P28                      Enoch Allen _ P33                     
Enoch Allen _ P34                      Enoch Allen _ P36                     
Enoch Allen _ P65                      Enoch R. Allen _ P26                  
Ephraim Allen 66 P7                    Ephraim Allen _ P5                    
Ephraim Allen _ P8                     Erasmus Allen _ P3                    
Esther Allen 66 P7                     Eunice E. Allen 10 P44                
Eva M. Allen 72 P55                    Exercise _ P7                         
Experience Allen 66 P7                 Ezekiel Allen _ P20                   
Ezekiel Allen _ P65                    Fanny Allen _ P32                     
Floyd T. Allen 73 P56                  Franklin Allen _ P36                  
Gabriel Allen _ P49                    Garret Groff Allen 69 P16             
George Allen 70 P18                    George Allen _ P28                    
George Allen _ P3                      George Allen _ P49                    
George C. Allen _ P28                  George K. Allen 11 P46                
George P3                              George Washington Allen 69 P16        
George William Allen 72 P41            Georgie F. Allen _ P25                
Gladys Allen 74 P57                    Hannah Allen _ P25                    
Hannah Allen _ P6                      Hannah Ann Allen _ P29                
Hannah G. Allen 69 P16                 Hannah G. Allen _ P25                 
Hannah P3                              Hannah P7                             
Hannah _ P7                            Harriet Louisa Allen 72 P41           
Harris Allen _ P49                     Harrison Allen _ P65                  
Henry Allen 64 P4                      Henry Allen 66 P7                     
Henry Allen P20                        Henry Allen _ P28                     
Henry Allen _ P7                       Hepsibath Allen 67 P8                 
Hezekiah _ P7                          Ira Allen _ P28                       
Ira Allen _ P35                        Isaac Allen 67 P8                     
Isaac Allen _ P21                      Isaac Allen _ P28                     
Isaac Allen _ P3                       Isabella Allen 72 P55                 
Isabellah Allen 71 P19                 Isaiah Allen 09 P43                   
J. Trafford Allen 11 P46               Jacob Allen _ P21                     
Jacob Allen _ P3                       Jacob Allen _ P53                     
Jacob Allen _ P65                      James Allen  _ P3                     
James Allen 09 P45                     James Allen 10 P44                    
James Allen 67 P8                      James Allen _ P21                     
James Allen _ P3                       James Allen _ P63                     
James Allen _ P65                      James Allen _ P8                      
James Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3 James J. Allen _ P65                  
James M. Allen _ P40                   James Madison Allen _ P28             
James P. Allen 11 P46                  James _ P7                            
Jason Russell Allen _ P62              Jedediah "Jediah" Allen 69 P15        
Jedediah Allen 65 P5                   Jedediah Allen 67 P8                  
Jedediah Allen P8                      Jedediah Allen _ P22                  
Jedediah Allen _ P23                   Jedediah Allen _ P28                  
Jedediah Allen _ P64                   Jediah Allen _ P24                    
John Allen  P20                        John Allen 08 P42                     
John Allen 09 P43                      John Allen 10 P44                     
John Allen 15 P35                      John Allen 68 P11                     
John Allen 70 P18                      John Allen _ P2                       
John Allen _ P21                       John Allen _ P28                      
John Allen _ P29                       John Allen _ P3                       
John Allen _ P30                       John Allen _ P49                      
John Allen _ P50                       John Allen _ P53                      
John C. Allen _ P58                    John E. Allen 72 P55                  
John E. Allen _ P65                    John Lamson Allen 72 P41              
John M. Allen _ P53                    Jolin Allen _ P5                      
Jonah Allen _ P3                       Jonathan Allen 66 P7                  
Jonathan P3                            Joseph Allen 67 P8                    
Joseph Allen 68 P11                    Joseph Allen 68 P13                   
Joseph Allen 69 P15                    Joseph Allen 69 P16                   
Joseph Allen 69 P17                    Joseph Allen 70 P18                   
Joseph Allen _ P28                     Joseph Allen _ P3                     
Joseph Allen _ P39                     Joseph Allen _ P49                    
Joseph Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3 Joseph Doughty Allen 73 P56           
Joseph Henry Allen 72 P41              Joseph L. Allen _ P40                 
Joseph P3                              Joseph P5                             
Joseph P7                              Joseph T. Allen _ P28                 
Joseph T. Allen _ P37                  Joshua Allen _ P28                    
Judah Allen 66 P7                      Judah Allen 69 P16                    
Judah Allen _ P16                      Judah Allen _ P21                     
Judah Allen _ P3                       Judith L. Allen _ P25                 
Julian Allen _ P25                     Kevin Matthew Allen _ P62             
Lockey Allen _ P31                     Luke Allen _ P28                      
Lydia Allen 69 P16                     Lydia Allen _ P65                     
Lydia Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3 Lydia P5                              
Lytle Allen _ P31                      Margaret Allen 09 P43                 
Margaret Allen 11 P46                  Margaret Allen _ P40                  
Margaret M. Allen _ P25                Margaret P3                           
Margarita Sixsmith Allen _ P36         Margery Allen 67 P9                   
Maria Allen _ P25                      Maria Allen _ P34                     
Mark Allen _ P61                       Marshall Allen _ P48                  
Martha Allen 67 P9                     Martha Allen _ P29                    
Martha P. Allen _ P25                  Martha P7                             
Mary Allen 11 P46                      Mary Allen 66 P7                      
Mary Allen 67 P10                      Mary Allen 69 P16                     
Mary Allen _ P2                        Mary Allen _ P20                      
Mary Allen _ P25                       Mary Allen _ P26                      
Mary Allen _ P65                       Mary Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3
Mary Anna Allen 71 P19                 Mary Augusta Allen 72 P41             
Mary C. Allen 72 P55                   Mary Jane Allen 09 P43                
Mary Louise Allen 72 P41               Mary P3                               
Mary S. Allen _ P28                    Mary T. Allen 71 P19                  
Mary W. Allen 70 P18                   Mary _ P7                             
Mathew Allen _ P29                     Matthew Allen _ P28                   
Matthew Allen _ P33                    Matthew Allen _ P5                    
Matthew Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3 Mattie Allen _ P52                    
Mercy Allen 68 P11                     Mercy Allen _ P2                      
Meribah Allen 66 P7                    Michael P28                           
Miriam Allen 69 P15                    Miriam Allen P20                      
Naomi _ P7                             Natha Allen _ P28                     
Nathan Allen 66 P7                     Nathan Allen 67 P9                    
Nathan Allen _ P21                     Nathan Allen _ P28                    
Nathan John Allen 68 P12               Nathaniel Allen _ P5                  
Obadiah Allen _ P40                    Patience Allen 66 P7                  
Patience Allen 68 P13                  Patience Allen 69 P16                 
Patience Allen P20                     Patience Allen _ P28                  
Phebe Allen 70 P18                     Priscilla Allen _ P2                  
Prudence Allen _ P28                   R. Allen _ P40                        
Rachell French Allen _ P28             Ralph Allen 64 P4                     
Ralph Allen 66 P7                      Ralph Allen _ P2                      
Ralph Allen _ P5                       Ralph P3                              
Rebecca Allen 67 P10                   Rebecca Allen 68 P13                  
Rebecca Allen P20                      Rebecca Allen _ P28                   
Rebecca B. Allen 69 P16                Reuben P3                             
Richard Allen _ P34                    Richard Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3
Robert Allen  P28                      Robert Allen 11 P46                   
Robert Allen 12 P47                    Robert Allen _ P3                     
Sallie Allen _ P51                     Samuel Allen 70 P18                   
Samuel Allen _ P2                      Samuel Allen _ P21                    
Samuel Allen _ P22                     Samuel Allen _ P28                    
Samuel Allen _ P3                      Samuel Allen _ P31                    
Samuel Allen _ P33                     Samuel Allen _ P38                    
Samuel Allen _ P59                     Samuel C. Allen _ P33                 
Samuel C. Allen _ P65                  Samuel F. Allen P40                   
Sarah Allen _ P28                      Sarah Allen _ P32                     
Sarah Ann Allen _ P28                  Sarah H. Allen 69 P16                 
Sarah P3                               Sarah _ P7                            
Silas Allen 72 P41                     Stephen D. Allen _ P28                
Susan Allen 09 P43                     Tabitha Allen _ P5                    
Theodore Allen 72. P27                 Theodore Allen _ P28                  
Thomas Allen _ P28                     Thomas Allen _ P3                     
Thomas Allen _ P6                      Thomas Allen _ P63                    
Thomas G. Allen _ P50                  Timothy Allen _ P28                   
Vashti Allen 67 P8                     Veronica B. Allen _ P28               
Vesty Allen _ P3                       Walter Oliver Allen 72 P41            
William A. Allen _ P28                 William Allen  P3                     
William Allen 09 P43                   William Allen 10 P44                  
William Allen 69 P16                   William Allen _ P28                   
William Allen _ P29                    William Allen _ P3                    
William Allen _ P30                    William Allen _ P33                   
William Allen _ P35                    William Allen _ P52                   
William Allen _ P60                    William Allen _ P63                   
William Allen _ to George Allen _ et ux Hannah P3 William C. Allen _ P32                
William F. Allen _ P28                 William M. Allen _ P51                
William Rogers _ P19                   William W. Allen 70 P18               
Zachariah Allen _ P3                   Zacharian Allen_ P3                   



Index_Spouse


,                                   P3, P3                                
P3, P3                                 P3, P3                                
P3, P3                                 P3, P3                                
P3, P3                                 P3, P3                                
P4, P4                                 P5, P5                                
P5, P5                                 P7, P7                                
_, _ P2                                >, mf 17 P5                           
A., Abbie P28                          A., Eliza P36                         
A., George P25                         A., George P25                        
A., Martha P28                         Abbott, Hannah P28                    
Abron, Martha P28                      Adams, Abigail 66 P7                  
Adams, Deborah 77 P7                   Adams, James 66 P7                    
Allen, Elizabeth 67 P8                 Ann, Gracie P28                       
Ann, Matilda P28                       Ann, Sarah P53                        
Ashcraft, Keziah P28                   Atkinson, Jonathan P25                
B., Benjamin P28                       B., Clement P24                       
B., Rebecca P28                        Bacon, mf 65 P2                       
Baldwin, Thomas P31                    Bennett, Elizabeth P28                
Blakeman, Andrew P25                   Borden, Patience 67 P10               
Brown, Amanda P28                      Burnett, Margery 66 P7                
Butcher, mf 15 P35                     Buzby, Thomas P28                     
C., Elizabeth P28                      C., Lawrence P25                      
Carson, John P25                       Casen, William 73 P56                 
Cattell, Elizabeth P28                 Champnes, Hannaqh 66 P7               
Chatham, Joseph 69 P16                 Clemens, Edward 67 P10                
Cooper, Catharine P35                  Corlies, Hannah 66 P7                 
Corlies, Mary 66 P7                    Corlies, Sarah P15                    
Dare, Samuel P25                       Dare, mm 69 P16                       
David, Howard P36                      Denelsbeck, Elizabeth P28             
Dildalt, Mary P28                      Doughty, Elizabeth 70 P49             
Doughty, Luta 72 P55                   Dudley, _ P30                         
Durkee, Mary 16 P48                    Elfreth, Mary P22                     
Evans, Hannah 67 P8                    Evans, Stacy P25                      
F., Sallie P28                         Fisher, Phebe P28                     
Flummerfelt, mm 72 P55                 G., Amos P25                          
Gauntt, Martha 70 P18                  Gooden, Jonathan P28                  
Goodwin, _ 69 P16                      Gordon, mf 09 P45                     
Groff, Hannah 68 P13                   Gwinn, Ettie P28                      
H., Ann P65                            H., Joseph P25                        
H., Mary P28                           H., Mary P28                          
Haley, mf 08 P42                       Hance, Timothy P20                    
Hellms, Mary P28                       Hinchman, Lettice P23                 
Howland, Elizabeth 65 P5               Huey, Susie P52                       
Hulit, Joseph P11                      Iredell, Anna P34                     
Johnson, Hannah 66 P8                  Johnson, mf 09 P43                    
Kazlitt, Samuel P34                    Kirby, Ann P34                        
Kirby, John 68 P13                     Kirby, Stephen P25                    
L., Samuel P25                         Lawrence, mf 67 P9                    
Leeds, Nathaniel P28                   Lippincott, Charles P28               
Lippincott, Hannah P38                 Lippincott, John P20                  
Lippincott, Nathan P32                 M., Anna P28                          
M., John P25                           M., Joshua P25                        
Maddocks, Elizabeth 66 P8              Maria, Sarah P32                      
Mary, Florence P36                     Miller, Joseph P26                    
Moore, Benjamin P29                    Moore, Bethuel P29                    
Mullica, Sarah P28                     Murphy, Sarah P28                     
Myres, Ann P28                         Newbury, Martha 66 P7                 
Newton, William P29                    Not, Did P28                          
P., Delia P28                          P., Joseph P25                        
P2, E P2                               P2, J P2                              
P2, N P2                               P2, R P2                              
P2, S P2                               P3, A P3                              
P3, E P3                               P3, E P3                              
P3, E P3                               P3, H P3                              
P3, H P3                               P3, M P3                              
P3, M P3                               P3, P P3                              
P3, S P3                               P3, S P3                              
P30, mf P30                            P48, Mary P48                         
P5, E P5                               P5, M P5                              
P56, Jennie P56                        P65, Rebecca P65                      
P7, M P7                               P8, J P8                              
P8, P P8                               P9, S P9                              
Pancoast, Beulah P26                   Pancoast, Mary P28                    
Pancoast, Sarah P33                    Paulson, Joseph P25                   
Pine, Mary P33                         Posell, Mary 66 P7                    
Powell, Jeremiah 67 P8                 R., Mary P28                          
Richards, Joel P25                     Roberts, David P31                    
Roberts, Sarah P31                     Roberts, mf 12 P26                    
S., Hansen P25                         Sharp, Hugh P28                       
Sharp, mm 67 P10                       Sheck, Ephraim P25                    
Simkins, Elisha P28                    Small, Edith P28                      
Smith, Christiana P28                  Snyder, Mary P28                      
Stinger, Mary P28                      Stokes, Judith P29                    
Stokes, Samuel P34                     Stratten, Elizabeth P28               
Street, Elizabeth 67 P8                Swift, Esther 64 P4                   
Taylor, Sarah P34                      Thompson, Ann P28                     
Thompson, James P25                    Thorn, William 66 P7                  
Tilton, Robert P20                     Tilton, Samuel 66 P7                  
Townsend, Rehmoura P20                 Trafford, Catharine 10 P45            
Vealdey, David P25                     Venable, Lewis P28                    
W., George P25                         W., Sarah P28                         
W., Sarah P33                          Walker, John P25                      
Ward, Margaret P28                     Ward, Rachel P35                      
Wardell, Margaret 66 P7                Wells, Daniel 66 P7                   
West, mf 66 P8                         Williams, Anna 69 P15                 
Wooley, Almey P20                      Woolley, Ann 67 P8                    
_, Elizabeth P53                       _, Hannah 72 P55                      
_, Lydia P65                           _, Mary 67 P8                         
_, Mary P29                            _, Mary P53                           
_, Sarah 68 P13                        _., Emma P28                          
____, mf P19                           ____, mf P22                          
____, mf P30                           ____, mf P31                          
____, mf P34                           ____, mf P38                          
____, mf P48                           ____, mf P49                          
____, mf P51                           ____, mf P53                          
____, mf P59                           ____, mf P61                          
____, mf P63                           ____, mm P32                          
____, mm P52                           _____, mf P65                         
mf, mf 17 P11                          mf, mf 17 P15                         
mf, mf 17 P23                          mf, mf 17 P29                         
mf, mf 17 P33                          mf, mf 18 P18                         
mf, mf 18 P24                          mf, mf 18 P27                         
mf, mf 18 P36                          mf, mf 18 P37                         
mf, mf 18 P41                          mf, mf 18 P44                         
mf, mf 18 P54                          mf, mf 18 P58                         
mf, mf 19 P56                          mm, mm 16 P20                         
mm, mm 16 P6                           mm, mm 16 P7                          
mm, mm 17 P13                          mm, mm 17 P25                         
mm, mm 18 P28                          mm, mm 18 P46                         
mm, mm 19 P57                                                                

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