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LINKAGE BEGIN 00  John Hugg/Elizabeth Newby

John Hugg 65
    n. progenitor of the Hugg family who came from Castle Ellis in the county of
       Wexford, Ireland.
    n. 1699 imprisoned for not paying a tax levied to repair the church at
       Rosanellis, Queen's county, Ireland.
    n. located on Little Timber creek, where it empties into Great Timber creek,
       a short distance from the Delaware river.
    n. There was a landing upon his estate, where wood, lumber, etc. were loaded
       in small vessels to be carried away, and hay and other merchandise were
       delivered for consumption among the inhabitants of that locality.  The
       place where his dwelling stood is claimed as the site of Fort Nassau,
       which was built by the Dutch in 1623, and waw the first settlement by
       Europeans on the Delaware river.  He remained upon his first location
       until his death - GotSF P286.
   mf ____ ___ __ Catherine _ 65
   n. GotSF P286
   n. wm 1683 Oct 14 NJA_COW
      White, John, of Newton, Gloucester Co., who lately came from Carlo,
      Ireland; will of.  Brother Joseph White, William Bat (Bates), Robert Zane
      and Thomas Thackra to be trustees for the children,¹ son² and daughter,
      names not given; legacy of £10 to Elnor (? a daughter), wife of Edward
      Tomkins of Radway, Warwick Shire, England.  Brother Joseph inherits the
      estate, if the two children "shold dy."
      Witnesses - William Cooper and Willem Alberson.
      1683 Nov 14 Inventory of the personal estate of (£259.9.3, incl. dry goods
      about £150, 16 lights or 29 feet of glass £1.9.0); made by William Cooper
      and Henry Willis.  Mem: that besides the preceding there were found in the
      house £14.17 in supposed counterfeit money, now not current in this
      country, which by order of the Government of Pensilvania was taken to
      Philadelphia and turned over to the High Sheriff.  2d Mem: that deceased
      owned 1-20 of a share of the Third Tenth, valued at £25 sterl. or £31.5
      this country money.
      1683 Nov 19 Will proved by the trustees named in it, vizt: Joseph
      White, Robert Zane, Thomas Thackeray and Wm. Bates.   Burlington Records,
      P12.
      1683 Nov 19 Letters testamentary granted to the trustees, named in
      the will.  For some account of disputes over the settlement of this
      estate, in Friends' Meetings, see Clement's "First Settlers of Newton,"
      17-18 William.
      1683 Nov. 19.   Bond of the trustees, namely Joseph White of Elsinburgh,
      blacksmith, Robert Zane, yeoman, Thomas Thackeray, yeoman, and
      William Bates, all three of Newton.
      1694 (?) Feb 22 Bond of John Hugg junior of Glocester Co., gentleman, as
      guardian of William White, son of John White of Gloucester Co., yeoman.
      Thomas Gardiner of Burlington Co., merchant, fellow bondsman.
      On the same sheet 1707 Sept. 14. Receipt of William White to John Hugg,
      his guardian for his share of the estate of his father John White.
   dm 1706
 with Catherine
   John 66        Elias 66       Joseph 66      Charles 66
   b1663          b              b              b

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John Hugg 66
   bm 1663 ___ __ to John Hugg 65 et ux Catherine
   n. GotSF P286
   mf 1688 Dec 13 Priscilla Collins 66, he listed as Jr. Haddonfield Friends
      Meeting, NJ_GCMR P234.
   bf 1669 ___ __ to Francis Collins _ et ux Sarah (nee Mayham _) Collins, his
      first wife.
   n. 1703 he was appointed commissioner to purchase land of the Indians.
   df 1712_
   mf 1714 Jul 23 Elizabeth Newbie 66, she a widow. Haddonfield Friends
      Meeting, NJ_GCMR P234.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Mark Newby 65 et ux Hannah (nee _ 65) Newby of Gloucester
      Co.
   n. 1726 appointed Sheriff for four years.
   n. John Hugg, Jr. was one of the most prominent men in his day.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Wood 66?
   bf 1681
   df 1730
   dm 1730 ___ __ found speechless on the ground near his dwelling, and died the
      same day.
   n. GotSF P287
      Mercy m Thomas Lippincott as 2nd wife.
      Sarah m John Heritage
      Priscilla m Thomas Eayre
 with Priscilla (nee Collins 66) Hugg
   Priscilla 67   Jacob 67
   b1702          b1712
 with Elizabeth (nee Newbie 66) Hugg
   Sarah 67
   b
 with ?
   Elias 67       John 67        Hannah 67      Joseph 67      Gabriel 67
   b              b              b              b              b
   Mercy 67
   b

Elias Hugg 66
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Hugg 65
   n. 1713 Feb 18 witness the marriage of George Mifflin & Ester _ in a public
      meeting of People called Quakers at Philadelphia.
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Collins 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Francis Collins 65 et ux Sarah (nee Mayham 65) Collins, his
      first wife.
   n. inherited his father's old homestead.
   ld 18190525 NJ_GCDR B_DD P529   Abs.: 2002/08/03 RWC at GCHS.
      Grantor: Joseph Dole
      Grantee: Absalom Doughty
      Transaction: 1687 April 05 Francis Collins became seized of land
         (reversion of mortgage?) He gives as gift to Elias Hugg et ux Margaret
      (nee Collins) his daughter.
      1699 May 08 Lib_B F647 Elias Hugg et ux Margaret -> Thomas Green
      Thomas Green -> Daniel Ireland
      Daniel Ireland -> Hannah Dole
      Hannah Dole -> Joseph Dole, son and grantor.
      Get rest of abstract next time. 1819 may not be will date.
   n. GotSF P287

Joseph Hugg 66
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Hugg 65
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 66
   n. GotSF P287
   n. settled at Gloucester Point, as known at the time, 1722, and kept the
      ferry for several years.
   dm 1757, leaving the two children.
 with Sarah
   Samuel 67      Joseph 67
   b              b

Charles Hugg 66
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Hugg 65

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Priscilla Hugg 67
   bf 1702 ___ __ to John Hugg 66 et ux Priscilla (nee Collins 66)
   mm 1720 03 05 Thomas Eayre 67 of Northampton.  Haddon Friends Meeting NJ_GCMR
      P231.
   n. GotSF P287
   mm 1740 05 15 John Chatlin 67 NJ_GCMR P7.
 with Thomas Eayre 67
   Hannah 68      Thomas 68
   b              b

Jacob Hugg 67
   bm 1712 ___ __ to John Hugg 66 et ux Priscilla (nee Collins 66)
   mf ____ ___ __ Hope Wills 66
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Wills 66, sister.
   dm 1759

Sarah Hugg 67
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Hugg 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Newbie 66) Hugg
   mm ____ ___ __ John Heritage 67 GotSF P287 says Sarah the daughter of John
      Hugg and Priscilla Collins
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Heritage 66, son of Richard Heritage 65 et ux
      Hannah Allen
   mm 1741 May 20 Benjamin Pancoast 67 at the Mt. Holly Friends Mtg. House
   bm 1719 Jun 24 to Joseph Pancoast 66 et ux Thomasin (nee Scattergood 66)
      Pancoast in Mansfield Twp., Burlington Co., NJ.
   dm
   mm 1752 ___ __ Thomas Bates 67 at Hoddonfield Friends Mtg.
 with John Heritage 67
 with Benjamin Pancoast 67
   Elizabeth 68   Thomasin 68    Mary 68        Joseph 68
   b              b              b              b

Ann Hugg _
   mm 1741 08 22 John Heritage _ of Burlington Co.  NJ_GCMR P13.

Gabriel Hugg _
   mf 1728 04 10 Patience Erwin _ NJ_GCMR P15.

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Samuel Hugg 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Hugg 66 et ux Sarah
   mf 1764 07 09 Mary Collins 67 NJ_GCMR P15.
   n. GotSF P287

Joseph Hugg 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Hugg 66 et ux Sarah
   n. GotSF P287


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Barzilla Hugg_
   mf 1771 12 23 Mary Wood _ NJ_GCMR P14.

Jacob Hugg _
   mf 1778 12 08 Catherine Wright _ NJ_GCMR P15.

John Hugg _
   mf 1779 04 27 Elizabeth Hughes _ NJ_GCMR P15.

Samuel Hugg _
   mf 1761 04 15 Elizabeth Thorne _ NJ_GCMR P15.

William Hugg _
   mf 1777 05 30 Sarah Harrison _ NJ_GCMR P15.

William Hugg _
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Hugg _ et ux
   mf 1773 05 11 Ann Everly _ NJ_GCMR P15.

Hannah Hugg _
   mm 1771 06 19 Thomas Ashton _ NJ_GCMR P4.

Patience Hugg _
   mm 1741 08 01 John Eastlack _ NJ_GCMR P11.

Sarah Hugg _
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   mm 1766 12 24 Benjamin Bates _ NJ_GCMR P4.

Elizabeth Hugg _
   mm 1813 09 16 Levy Hopper _ NJ_GCMR P107.

Lucy Hugg _
   mm 1828 03 27 Charles Hopkins _ NJ_GCMR P107.

Esther Hugg _
   mm 1806 12 15 George Wilson _ NJ_GCMR P204.

Priscilla Hugg _
   mm 1864 04 29 Charles Schnorpfeil _ NJ_GCMR P163.

Andrew P. Hugg _
   mf 1836 01 31 Elizabeth Smallwood _, widow of Samuel. NJ_GCMR P108.

Daniel A. Hugg _
   mf 1831 03 31 Sarah Ann Albertson _ NJ_GCMR P108.

George Washington Hugg _
   mf 1798 04 05 Kesiah Stokes _ NJ_GCMR P108.

John C. Hugg _
   mf 1835 10 22 Mary Hews _ NJ_GCMR P109.

Joseph Hugg _
   n. 1813 Mar 16 Jos. Huggs wife Deborah late deceased from an overdose of
      Laudanum as did the Widow Hillman who lived at Little Timber Creek bridge
      Tavern.

Joseph Hugg _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Hugg _
   mf 1815 10 20 Elizabeth Black _ NJ_GCMR P109.

Richard N. Hugg _
   mf 1835 09 24 Hannah Morgan _ NJ_GCMR P109.


Andrew C. Hugg

   n. Mary F. PA_SPMECR P36

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   n. Hugg_NJ1850_monoline

Elizabeth Hugg _
   bf 1800
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R451 P39A L32  34/37.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Harrison Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 04, .. Hilyard, Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Keziah Chattin             45F                        1500NJ
 Elizabeth Hugg             50F                            NJ
 Hope_Ann Roberts           35F                            NJ
 Emma M. Jones              30M Taylor                     NJ
 Joseph H. Agging           28M Taylor                     NJ
 Elizabeth R. Chattin       12F                            NJ       S
 Joseph                     10M                            NJ       S
 Henry                       5M                            NJ       S

   n. End monoline.


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      Reference
      1. Soundex H200
      2. Pennsylvania Archives Series
         PA_1stPCR First Presbyterian Church Records 1702-1745
         PA_SM&ZCR St. Michael's & Zion Church Records 1745-1800
         PA_SPPECR St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church Records
         PA_3rdPCR Third Presbyterian Church Records 1775-1889
         PA_APCR - Abington Presbyterian Church Record
         PA_SPMECR - St. Paul's Methodist/Episcopal Church Records LDS0387881
      3. GotSF - Genealogy of the Stokes Family by Richard Haines 1903
         http://home.supernet.com/~jlstokes   version by Jim L. Stokes
      4. Vital Records by H. Stanley Craig
         NJ_GCMR - New Jersey, Gloucester County Marriage Records.
      5. NoOG. Notes on Old Gloucester - Frank H. Stewart.

finis
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Index


Andrew C. Hugg P6                      Andrew P. Hugg _ P6                   
Ann Hugg _ P4                          Barzilla Hugg_ P6                     
Charles Hugg 66 P3                     Daniel A. Hugg _ P6                   
Elias Hugg 66 P3                       Elizabeth Hugg _ P6                   
Elizabeth Hugg _ P7                    Esther Hugg _ P6                      
Gabriel Hugg _ P4                      George Washington Hugg _ P6           
Hannah Hugg _ P6                       Jacob Hugg 67 P4                      
Jacob Hugg _ P6                        John C. Hugg _ P6                     
John Hugg 65 P2                        John Hugg 66 P3                       
John Hugg _ P6                         Joseph Hugg 66 P3                     
Joseph Hugg 67 P5                      Joseph Hugg _ P6                      
Lucy Hugg _ P6                         Patience Hugg _ P6                    
Priscilla Hugg 67 P4                   Priscilla Hugg _ P6                   
Richard N. Hugg _ P6                   Samuel Hugg 67 P5                     
Samuel Hugg _ P6                       Sarah Hugg 67 P4                      
Sarah Hugg _ P6                        William Hugg _ P6                     



Index_Spouse


Bates, Thomas 67 P4                    Collins, Margaret 66 P3               
Collins, Priscilla 66 P3               Heritage, John 67 P4                  
Newbie, Elizabeth 66 P3                Pancoast, Benjamin 67 P4              
Wills, Hannah 66 P4                    Wills, Hope 66 P4                     
Wood, Elizabeth 66 P3                  _, Catherine 65 P2                    
_, Sarah 66 P3                         mf, mf 17 P4                          
mf, mf 17 P5                           mf, mf 17 P6                          
mf, mf 17 P6                           mf, mf 17 P6                          
mf, mf 17 P6                           mf, mf 17 P6                          
mf, mf 17 P6                           mf, mf 17 P6                          
mf, mf 18 P6                           mf, mf 18 P6                          
mf, mf 18 P6                           mf, mf 18 P6                          
mf, mf 18 P6                           mm, mm 17 P4                          
mm, mm 17 P4                           mm, mm 17 P4                          
mm, mm 17 P6                           mm, mm 17 P6                          
mm, mm 17 P6                           mm, mm 18 P6                          
mm, mm 18 P6                           mm, mm 18 P6                          
mm, mm 18 P6                                                                 

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