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   LB_00 Thomas Scattergood/Elizabeth Jarvis

                               SUMMARY

      Thomas Scattergood ~1639         Elizabeth Jarvis ~1645             65  8G
      Thomasin Scattergood ~1689       Joseph Pancoast b1672              66  7G
      Benjamin Pancoast b1719          Sarah Hugg b                       67  6G
      Thomasin Pancoast b              Robert Roberts b1762               68  5G
      Satterthwaite Roberts ~1766      ?                                  69  4G
      Clarissa C. Roberts b1793        John Adams b1793                   70  3G
      Charles Garwood Adams b1819      Rebecca Ann Shaw b1823             71  2G
      Catharine A. Adams b1858         John William Crossley b1862        72  1G
      Clarence Weslen Crossley b1894   Hannah Remick Townsend b1892       73  gp
      Kathryn Adams Crossley b1924     Warren Southwood Cook b1921        74   p

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LINKAGE BEGIN 00 Thomas Scattergood/Elizabeth Jarvis


Thomas Scattergood 65
   bm~1639 in Stepney, London, England.
   mf<1665 ___ __ Elizabeth Jarvis 65 in ENG.
   bf~1645 in Stepney, London, England.
   n.~1677 Thomas Scattergood 65 brought his wife, Elizabeth (nee Jarvis ) to
      West Jersey from the Parish of Stepney, London, ENG and settled on a 160
      acre farm on Crafts Creek about one mile west of Columbus in Burlington
      County, West Jersey.  Ref. The Pancoast Family .. - Bennett S. Pancoast.
   n. wm 1695 Sep 28 NJA_COW V23 P468-9
      Thomasin Towle, of Burlington, widow; will of.
      Gives legacies to children of brothers Thomas and John Towle; to Mary
      Nelson, Susanna Des and Marrabella Fannsberry in trust for Devonshire
      Meeting of Friends in London; Degory Marshall, lately living near
      Ratcliffe Meeting House, London, or his daughter Sarah; Elisabeth Clarke,
      widow, of Shagsburry Walk, London; Nicholas Bell of Green Bank, Wapping,
      London; Alice, wife of George Hutchinson, and her daughter Rachel; John
      Day and wife Elizabeth, their daughters Elizabeth, Mary and Sarah; John
      Willsford senior and junior; daughters of John Willsford, viz., Mary and
      Sarah; Richard Love and wife Priscilla; Susanna Pricket; Mary, wife of
      John Budd; Elizabeth Kirrill, London; Francis Davenport senior and his six
      children; Thomas Gilberthorpe and eldest dau.; Wm. Biles and wife Jane;
      Abigail Pemberton; Margaret, wife of Arthur Cook, Rebecca Davenport;
      widow Elizabeth Chipman; Samuel Jenningsk, widow Elizabeth Gardiner of
      Burlington; Hesterr, wife of James Wills; Hannah, wife of John Woolston
      senior; Thomas Scattergood senior and junior; Elizabeth, wife of Thomas
      Bryant; Joseph and Benjamin Scattergood; Sarah, wife of Richard French;
      Hannah Scattergood, Thomasin Scatergood; widow Andrews, Lydia, wife of
      Isaac Horner; John Brown and wife Anne; Thomas Janney and wife; William
      Gabitas; William Watson (considerable silver and gold were disposed of).
      Residuary legatees and executors - John Day, Francis Davenport and John
      Woolston senior.
      Witness: Henry Grubb, Richard Love, Priscilla Love.
      1695 Dec 07 will proved.
      1695 Dec 06 Inventory of the estate (L465.5.6, all personal, incl. debts
      due by Seth Hill, Joseph Scattergood, Rich. French, Jo: Addams and
      Daniel Smith); made by Sam'l Jenings, Richard Love and James Wills.
      1695 Dec 14 Bond of the executors, named in the will.  Isaac Marriott
      fellow bondsman.
   n. wm 1705 Sep 03 NJA_COW Lib1 P127
      White, James, of Burlington; will of.  Wife Mary.  Son Nathaniel, now in
      England, to receive 5, if he ever comes to this country; son William
      inherits all real and personal estate after wife's death and is made sole
      executor, with Samuel and John Bunting as overseers.  Witnesses -
      Wm. Gabitas, Samuel Lovett, Mary Lovett, Thomas Scattergood.
      1705-6 Jan 01 Proved.
      1705 Oct 17 Inventory of the personal estate, 142.18.-, incl."Moneyes
      appearing by bounds out at Intrest" 87.-.-; made by Benjamin Wheate,
      Sam'l Furnis and Tho. Scattergood.
   n. 17090519 Thomasin Pancoast witness to m. Isaac Horner of Mansfield in ye
      Co. of Burlington, Prov. of Novo Cesaria & Elizabeth Sikes of Chesterfield
      in ye said County & Province at a Publick meeting of Quakers & others at
      Chesterfield aforesaid along with fellow witnesses Thomas Scattergood,
      Phebe Scattergood, William Satterhwait.
   n. 1739/40 Mar 19 NJA v  p367 of Mansfield, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Children - William, Joseph, John, Seth, Sarah, Samuel, Elizabeth (wife of
      Marmaduke Watson), and Hannah (wife of Mathew Watson).  300 acres at
      Little Egg Harbour, lying between Bass River and Wading.  Executors -
      wife, Hannah, and son-in-law, Marmaduke Watson.  Witnesses - Thomas
      Scattergood, Ju'r, Joseph Pancoast, Jos. Scattergood.
   df<1697
   dm 1697 Oct
 with Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65) Scattergood
   Elizabeth 66   Thomas 66      Benjamin 66    Sarah 66       Hannah 66
   b              b              b              b1665          ~1673
   Thomasin 66    Joseph 66
   ~1689          b
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Elizabeth Scattergood 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Scattergood 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65)
      Scattergood

Thomas Scattergood 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Scattergood 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65)
      Scattergood

Benjamin Scattergood 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Scattergood 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65)
      Scattergood

Sarah Scattergood 66
   bf 1665 ___ __ to Thomas Scattergood 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65)
      Scattergood in Stepney, London, England.
   mm 1693 Oct 11 Richard French in Burlington, Burlington Co., N.J.
   bm 1665 Dec 01 in Nether Heyford, Northern, Wiltshire, England.
   df 1700 in Burlington Co., New Jersey.
   dm 1745 Nov 09 in Mansfield, Burlington Co., N.J.

Hannah Scattergood 66
   bf~1673 ___ __ to Thomas Scattergood 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65)
      Scattergood in London, England.
   df<1740 Mar __ in Mansfield Twp., Burlington Co., N.J.
   mm 1695 Sep 05 William Pancoast 66
   bm~1667 ___ __ to John Pancoast et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 65) Pancoast in
      Ashton, Northampton, England.
   mf 1695 Sep 05 Hannah Scattergood 66
   bf~1673 ___ __ to Thomas Scattergood 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65)
      Scattergood in London, England.
   df<1740 Mar in Mansfield Twp., Burlington Co., N.J.
   wm 1739/40 Mar 19 NJA v  p367 Lib4 P333
      William Pancoast of Mansfield, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Children - William, Joseph, John, Seth, Sarah, Samuel, Elizabeth (wife of
      Marmaduke Watson), and Hannah (wife of Mathew Watson).  300 acres at
      Little Egg Harbour, lying between Bass River and Wading.  Executors -
      wife, Hannah, and son-in-law, Marmaduke Watson.  Witnesses - Thomas
      Scattergood, Ju'r, Joseph Pancoast, Jos. Scattergood.
      1742 Jul 10 Codicil. Devised more overplus land to sons William, Joseph,
      and John.  Witnesses - Anthony Morris, Sarah Butler, Susannah Walker.
      1742 Aug 28 proved.
   dm 1742 Jul-Aug in Mansfield Twp., Burlington, N.J.
 with William Pancoast 66
   William 67     Joseph 67      John 67        Elizabeth 67   Hannah 67
   b1698          b              b              b              b
   Samuel 67      Seth 67        Sarah  67      Edward 67
   >1708          b1718          b              b


Thomasin Scattergood 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Scattergood 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65)
      Scattergood
   mm 1696 Oct 14 Joseph Pancoast 66 at her father's home in Columbus,
      Burlington Co., N.J., under the auspices of the Burlington Friends.
   bm 1672 Oct 27 to John Pancoast 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 65) Pancoast in
      England
   n. 17090519 Thomasin Pancoast witness to m. Isaac Horner of Mansfield in ye
      Co. of Burlington, Prov. of Novo Cesaria & Elizabeth Sikes of Chesterfield
      in ye said County & Province at a Publick meetinf of Quakers & others at
      Chesterfield aforesaid along with fellow witnesses Thomas Scattergood,
      Phebe Scattergood, William Satterhwait.
   wm 1762 Nov 01 NJA v_ p318 of Mansfield Twsp., Burlington Co., yeoman; will
      of.  Wife, Thomasin, the profit of my farm.  Daughter, Mary Folkes, #30.
      Daughter, Thomasing Wright's 3 daughters, #30.  Daughter, Anna Bacon's 2
      children, viz., Daniel and Mary, #20 between them, Elizabeth being
      heretofore considered.  Daughter, Elizabeth Curtis' 2 children, viz.,
      Thomas and Grace, #20.  Daughter, Susannah Willkins' 3 sons, #30.
      Daughter, Pheby's children, #23.  Grandson, John Pancoast (son of my son
      John), and Joshua and Joseph Wright (sons of my daughter Thomasin Wright),
      10 shillings each.  To the Mansfield meeting, #5.  Son John's 2 daughters,
      viz. Thomasin and Hannah, #3 each; and to Mary Butler's 3 children, #3.
      Son Thomas' 4 daughters, #5 each.  Son Benjamin's 3 daughters, #5 each.
      Grandson, Thomas Pancoast (son of my son, Thomas), my lands in the
      mountains, lying on a ranch of the Delaware river, called Pawlins Cut.
      Grandson, Joseph (son of my son Benjamin), farm where I live, when 21.  To
      my3 daughters, #50 each.  To grandson, Thomas, amd my grandson, Joseph
      (son of my son Benjamin), and my grandson, Joseph (son of my son John),
      my swamp on Wading river.  Executors - kinsman, Thomas Scattergood, and my
      son-in-law, Thomas Folkes, and my grandson, Thomas Pancoast.  Witnesses -
      Thomas Newbold, Samuel Rockhill, John Curtis.  1766 Oct 27 proved.
      1766 Jan 18 codicil.  My grandaughter, Hannah Young, is dead, and I give
      1/2 o fher share to my granddaughter, Thomasin Shourds, and the other
      half to my granddaughter Mary Butler's children.  Witnesses - John
      Curtis, Samuel Rockhill, Rugh Soughward.  1766 Oct 27 proved.
      1766 Nov 03 Inventory, #701.6.0, made by Henry Delatush and John Imlay.
      Lib13 p18.
      1769 Sep 09 Account of Thomas Foulke, Thomas Scattergood and Thomas
      Pancoast, the executors.  Lib 14 p74.
 with Joseph Pancoast 66
   John 67        Mary 67        Thomas 67      Joseph 67      Thomasin 67
   b16980802      b17000422      b17030702      b17050718      b17071203
   Elizabeth 67   Anna 67        Susannah 67    Phebe 67       Benjamin 67
   b17100407      b17120209      b17150628      b17170317      b17190624

Joseph Scattergood 66
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Scattergood 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jarvis 65)
   dm unmarried

LINKAGE END 00 Joseph Scattergood/Elizabeth Jarvis

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Joseph Scattergood _
   bm 1714
   n. NJGF #8720.  Associated by proximity to death date of Joseph - RWC75.
      Boyer's Old Mills places Marple's Sawmill at the lake. Until
      recently, this book presented the earliest published reference to
      Marple's Sawmill (Boyer 1962:61). Four years later, on 1758 April 1 ,
      Marple sold "property in Evesham,
      Burlington" to Abraham Inskeep (Colonial Deed Book A-G:238, 242; Book
      Y:17). It would appear that George Marple was now moving his
      operations to Gloucester County, as, in a complaint of trespass
      against him by Rebecca Scattergood, Marple's bail bond describes him
      as "of Gloucester" (Gloucester County Document Collection, Bail
      Bonds, 1754, Scattergood vs. Marple).
      1766 January 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette (an Advertisement)
      1765/12/26 City of Burlington, 26th 12th Month Dec. 1765.
      "And whereas the following Deeds or Conveyances have been lately left
      in my Hands, by Rebecca Scattergood, Widow and Executrix of Joseph
      Scattergood, late of the City of Burlington, Esq.; deceased, Many of
      them being for Valuable Tracts of Land, and other real Estates, which
      the Possessors may now, or in future, be in danger of losing, for want
      of a complete Chain of Conveyance, and without those Conveyances
      mentioned (many or most of which are not recorded) they may be utterly
      unable to make out such Chain, and their Titles will consequently prove
      defective; the Owners are therefore hereby informed, that I shall be
      glad to deliver the said Deeds, which for the security of their
      Estates, I think expedient for them to call upon me and receive.
      Conveyance from Thomas Gardener to John Hugg, junior. Ditto from
      Richard Haines to John Wetherill...Ditto from John Burr to Benjamin
      Springer. ...
      SAMUEL ALLINSON"
   dm 1754 Jul 30 interred Friends Burial Ground, Burlington   BCHS 929.5 Dut
 with Rebecca
   Thomas _
   b

Thomas Scattergood _
   n. 1814 Apr 26 NoOG.
      Thos. Scattergood of Phila dec'd of typus interred yesterday. He was son
      of Joseph and Rebecca Scattergood of Burlington.

Caleb Scattergood _
   n. BCBRV11770-1785
 with
   dau            dau            dau
   b17740529 1dow b17761114      b177905021dow

David Scattergood _
   n. BCBRV11770-1785
 with
   dau
   b17730331

Thomas Scattergood _
   n. BCBRV11770-1785
   mf ____ ___ __ Polly _ _
 with
   dau 2dow       son 4dow
   b17800924      b17831004

Elizabeth Scattergood _
   mm 1777 Dec 07 Samuel Baker _, PA_SM&ZCR.

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      Reference
      1. Soundex S232 - Scattergood
      2. TPF - The Pancoast Family .. - Bennett S. Pancoast.
      3. TC - Tony Cairns.  Personal correspondence 2003 Oct 27 01:36 .

finis
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Index


Benjamin Scattergood 66 P3             Caleb Scattergood _ P4                
David Scattergood _ P4                 Elizabeth Scattergood 66 P3           
Elizabeth Scattergood _ P4             Hannah Scattergood 66 P3              
Joseph Scattergood 66 P3               Joseph Scattergood _ P4               
Sarah Scattergood 66 P3                Thomas Scattergood 65 P2              
Thomas Scattergood 66 P3               Thomas Scattergood _ P4               
Thomasin Scattergood 66 P3                                                   



Index_Spouse


Jarvis, Elizabeth 65 P2                P3, R P3                              
P4, P P4                               P4, S P4                              
Pancoast, Joseph 66 P3                 Pancoast, William 66 P3               
Scattergood, Hannah 66 P3                                                    

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