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Robert Greenaway
   n. 1682 8th arrived at Upland from London via "The Welcome",
      Robert Greenaway, Master. NJ_SCGDV1 P305/306.
   ld 1684 Dec 08 Philadelphia Exemplification BB1 P___ LDSR#0021869
      Grantor: William Penn
      Grantee: Robert Grenaway
   ld 1745 Sep 27 Philadelphia Exemplification BB6 P567 LDSR#0021871
      Witness: Robert Greenway

William Greenaway
   ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification BB3 P145 LDSR#0021870
      Grantee: Capt. William Greenaway
   ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification BB3 P147 LDSR#0021870
      Grantee: Capt. William Greenaway
      Transaction:  Best and hightest bidder.

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John Greeneaway 64
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 64
   n. a millwright.
   n.  Suffold County - Liber, Deeds   FWPL GEN 974.46 S V.1- V1  Index of
       Grantors p174 16520508 p201 Grantor: John Greenaway to dau. Katherine
       (nee Greenaway 65) Daniel
   wm 1652 May 08 Leaves house and other things to daughter Ursala,
      leaves 13 acres of land and commons S. of Neponset River, Dorchester
      to William Daniell et ux Katherine (nee Greeneaway) Daniell, apparently
      given to them 1650 Jun 10.
 with Mary
   Katherine 65   Ursala 65      Mary 65        Ann 65         Elizabeth 65
   Susanna 65

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Katherine Greeneaway 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Greeneaway 64 et ux Mary (nee _ 64) Greeneaway
   mm ____ ___ __ William Daniell 65
 with William Daniel 65
   Hannah 66

Ursala Greeneaway 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Greeneaway 64 et ux Mary (nee _ 64) Greeneaway

Mary Greeneaway 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Greeneaway 64 et ux Mary (nee _ 64) Greeneaway
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Millett 65
 with Thomas
   Thomas 66      John 66        et al

Ann Greeneaway 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Greeneaway 64 et ux Mary (nee _ 64) Greeneaway
   mm ____ ___ __ Robert Pearse 65
 with Robert Pearse
   Thomas 66      Mary 66        Sarah 66

Elizabeth Greeneaway 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Greeneaway 64 et ux Mary (nee _ 64) Greeneaway
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Allen 65

Susanna Greeneaway 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Greeneaway 64 et ux Mary (nee _ 64) Greeneaway
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Wales 65

LINKAGE END 00  John Greeneaway/Mary


   n. ARCHIVES - DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE COLONIAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW
      JERSEY, First Series — Vol. XXX; Calendar of New Jersey Wills,
      Administrations, Etc., Volume II – 1730-1750; Edited by A. Van Doren
      Honeyman; Somerville, N. J., 1918
      Page 31:
      1747, 8 mo. (Oct.) 18 da.     Baits, Jonathan, of Township and County of
      Gloucester, yeoman; will of.  “Mother to have my plantation and land during
      life.”  Three sisters – Abigail Greenway, Martha Ward and Mary Baits.
      Executors – mother and brother, George Flanagin.  Witnesses – Thomas
      Cheeseman, Richard Cheeseman, Isaac Jenings.  Proved 9 Nov. 1747.
     1747, Nov. 9.     Letters testamentary granted to Elizabeth Baits, the
executrix named in the will.     Lib. 5, p. 485.
     1747, Oct. 31.     Inventory [English money] 104.10.0.  Appraisers –
John Hillman, Thomas Cheeseman.

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      Reference
      1. Soundex  G650 - Greeneaway

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Index


Ann Greeneaway 65 P4                   Elizabeth Greeneaway 65 P4            
John Greeneaway 64 P3                  John Hillman, Thomas Cheeseman. P4    
Katherine Greeneaway 65 P4             Mary Greeneaway 65 P4                 
Robert Greenaway P2                    Susanna Greeneaway 65 P4              
Ursala Greeneaway 65 P4                William Greenaway P2                  



Index_Spouse


Allen, _ 65 P4                         Daniell, William 65 P4                
Millett, Thomas 65 P4                  Pearse, Robert 65 P4                  
Wales, _ 65 P4                         _, Mary 64 P3                         

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