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Richard Stockton _
   n. wm 1678 Oct 01
      Dirck Areson, Flushing. This First day of October, 1678/9. Leaves to his
      wife Mary all lands and goods, during widowhood. If she remarry, then one
      half of the estate is to be divided among his seven children. Markes
      Captain Thomas Willett and Mr. Elias Doughty the overseers of will. The
      estate which is in Holland if recovered is to be divided among his seven
      children. Witnesses: James Clement, William Ward.  An account of what
      debts Dirck Areson owes taken from his own mouth in his greatest extremity
         To John Garlison 600 Lbs of Tobacco
         Thomas Styles 400 Lbs of Tobacco
         Mr. Steenwyck 800 Lbs of Tobacco
         Mr. Bridges 5 Lbs of Tobacco
      Debts due to him from Richard Stockton, Henry Cornelis, Mr. Osborne,
      John Van Clem 3 deer skins, Henry ye Shoemaker, 1 pair of shoes for a boy
      and 2 pairs for a woman. Adam Mott. Elias Doughty.
      Know all men whom this may concern, that Mr. Doughty of Flushing, hath
      given security to us for and in behalf of Mary Areson, widow women of
      Flushing, that she shall not Imbezzle her state that her husband left in
      her hands. Thomas Wickes, Richard Cornell. 1679 Jul 24
      1679 Feb 21 Administration granted to her.

   wf 1742 Apr 07 PA_PCW 1742 N278 B_F P305 Abstract P787
      Amy Dougherty of Hunterdon Co., PA, widow
      Ch:  Daniel, Deperah (Heaton), Mary (Jones), Sarah (Humphreys), Elizabeth
      (Stockton), Esther (Coat) and Abigail (King)
      Grandchildren: Jacob & Samuel Stockton, Anne Jones, Anne Stockton, Anne
      Coat and Anne King. Son-in-law Joseph Stockton.
      Executors: Daniel Dougherty, Joseph Stockton, Samuel Coat & William King.
      Witnesses: Robert and Susanna Stockton and Benjamin White.
      Signed: with her mark

   n. wm 1678 Oct 01
      Dirck Areson, Flushing. This First day of October, 1678/9. Leaves to his
      wife Mary all lands and goods, during widowhood. If she remarry, then one
      half of the estate is to be divided among his seven children. Markes
      Captain Thomas Willett and Mr. Elias Doughty the overseers of will. The
      estate which is in Holland if recovered is to be divided among his seven
      children. Witnesses: James Clement, William Ward.  An account of what
      debts Dirck Areson owes taken from his own mouth in his greatest extremity
         To John Garlison 600 Lbs of Tobacco
         Thomas Styles 400 Lbs of Tobacco
         Mr. Steenwyck 800 Lbs of Tobacco
         Mr. Bridges 5 Lbs of Tobacco
      Debts due to him from Richard Stockton, Henry Cornelis, Mr. Osborne,
      John Van Clem 3 deer skins, Henry ye Shoemaker, 1 pair of shoes for a boy
      and 2 pairs for a woman. Adam Mott. Elias Doughty.
      Know all men whom this may concern, that Mr. Doughty of Flushing, hath
      given security to us for and in behalf of Mary Areson, widow women of
      Flushing, that she shall not Imbezzle her state that her husband left in
      her hands. Thomas Wickes, Richard Cornell. 1679 Jul 24
      1679 Feb 21 Administration granted to her.

   wf 1742 Apr 07 PA_PCW 1742 N278 B_F P305 Abstract P787
      Amy Dougherty of Hunterdon Co., PA, widow
      Ch:  Daniel, Deperah (Heaton), Mary (Jones), Sarah (Humphreys), Elizabeth
      (Stockton), Esther (Coat) and Abigail (King)
      Grandchildren: Jacob & Samuel Stockton, Anne Jones, Anne Stockton, Anne
      Coat and Anne King. Son-in-law Joseph Stockton.
      Executors: Daniel Dougherty, Joseph Stockton, Samuel Coat & William King.
      Witnesses: Robert and Susanna Stockton and Benjamin White.
      Signed: with her mark

   n. John Jones, Jr. of Philadelphia, Pa. mf 17560812 Mary Brown of Nottingham
      Twp. bf to Preserve Brown et ux Mary (nee French) at Chesterfield as m.
      witnessed by Preserve, Mary, Richard, Sarah, Sarah, Abia, William Brown.
      Mary, Rebecca, Doughty Jones; John Sykes, Joseph Stockton, Amos Middleton,
      Ambrose Field, William Lawrie, Timothy Abbott and others.


Samuel Stockton 66
   bm
   mf 1719 Jun 18 Amy Doughty 66. He, of Somerset Co., she of Chesterfield,
      he of Stony Brook.  Witnesses: Jacob, Amy, Sarah, Elizabeth Doughty;
      Wm. Wood, Richard French, Thomas Folkes, Preserve Brown, John Bunting,
      Wm. Montgomery, Anthony Woodward, Joseph Reckless, John Leonard, Richard
      Stockton; Joseph, Robert and John Stockton.  Chesterfield Friends MM
      Marriage Records 1686-1800 p669 & 665.
   bf 1702 Jun 30 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
 with Samuel Stockton 66


Joseph Stockton 66
   bm 1697 May 05 Flushing, NY
   mf~1726 ___ __ Elizabeth Doughty 66 Burlington Co., NJ.
   bf 1707 Mar 17 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   dm 1779 Mar 15 Princeton, NJ
   df 1781 Dec 09 in NJ
   n. Daniel D. was born in Princeton, Mercer Co., NJ  DTV19N4P59
   n. Following Doughty Stockton's death, Sarah (nee Scott 67) mm William King
      whom I presume the widower of Abigail, her s-i-l.
   n. From Lindougene@aol.com 1999 Apr 22 14:00:29 Thu
      Daniel Stockton       bm1727     mf~1756 Mary Clayton.
      Clayton Stockton      bm17680828 m Nancy Patton
      Daniel Stockton       bm179_0705 m Sarah McGowan.
      Mary "Polly" Stockton bf18180309 m Jordan Grant
      Martha Rowena Grant   bf18570805 m James C. Smith
      Ollie Mary Smith      bf18870808 m Thomas Franklin Sims
      Ona Marie Sims        bf19150801 Iola, KS m Esper John Ryals
      Beverly Gay Sims?     bf19340211 Greenfield, MO m1952 Kenneth Dwane Sexton
 with Joseph Stockton 66
   Amy 67         Elizabeth 67   Daniel D 67    Mary 67        Joseph 67
   b17250503      b17260101      b17270217      b17311222      b17340522
   Hannah 67      Doughty 67     Samuel 67      John 67        Sarah 67
   b17350305      b17370119      b17410107      b17410306      b17450525

John Stockton 67
   mf 1764 Mar 17 Amy King 67
   bf 1739 Oct 12 to William King 66 et ux Abigail (nee Doughty 66) King

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   n. 1820 Jul 14 recorded. Burlington Co. Divisions, Book A. P715+, Abs. P66
      Joseph Lamb, his heirs; Benjamin Predmore;
      Joshua Anderson, Benjamin Sykes; Daniel Doughty; Job Lippincott;
      Clayton Newbold and William Stockton, to divide the Mine Survey.

   n. 1824 Jan 12 NJ, Burlington Sessions.  O & T Indictment: State vs. Charles
      Cavalier. Witness: John Cavalier. A True Bill.  Wm. Stockton, Jr.
      Charles Cavalier, Innkeeper of the NJ, Burlington Co., Twp. of Washington.
      1824 Jan 12 with force and arms at Washington Twp. in and upon one
      Daniel Doughty of NJ, Gloucester Co., Galloway Twp. did beat, bruise,
      wound and ill treat and other wrongs ....
      Thomson N. Sims proatty.


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Lavinia Stockton _
   bf 1841
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R453 P127A L13  341/377.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Delaware Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 20, John Barber, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Pierson Williamson         35M Farmer                     NJ       1
 Martha    "                36F                            NJ
 Lavinia Stockton            9F                            NJ

William Stockton _
   bm 1810
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R453 P127A L30  344/380.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Delaware Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 20, John Barber, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Stockton           40M Farmer                 5000NJ       1
 Harriet   "                35F                            NJ
 Maryell   "                15F                            NJ
 Sarah Ann "                 9F                            NJ
 Richard E. "                4F                            NJ


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Index


John Stockton 67 P2                    Joseph Stockton 66 P2                 
Lavinia Stockton _ P4                  Richard Stockton _ P2                 
Samuel Stockton 66 P2                  William Stockton _ P4                 



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Doughty, Amy 66 P2                     Doughty, Elizabeth 66 P2              
King, Amy 67 P2                                                              

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