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   LB_00  Nathaniel Woodward 62/Margaret Lawrence

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LINKAGE BEGIN 00  Nathaniel Woodward 62/Margaret Lawrence

Nathaniel Woodward 62
   bm
   mf 1608 Sep 16 Margaret Lawrence 62
      Source: The English Origin of Nathaniel Woodward
      Author: Doris J. Woodward and Patricia Law Hatcher
      Publication: The Maine Genealogist Nov. 1998, Vol 20, Number 4
 with Margaret (nee Lawrence 62) Woodward
   Nathaniel 63   John 63        Robert 63      Elizabeth 63   Agnes 63
   <1609          <161009        <16120422      <16140824      <16160512
   Lambert 63     Thomas 63      James 63       Ezekiel 63     Benjamin 63
   <16171005      <16200206      <16230921      <16250508      <16261105
   Prudence 63
   <16290118

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Nathaniel Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

John Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

Robert Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

Elizabeth Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

Agnes Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

Lambert Woodward 63
   bm 1617 Oct 05 to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward in Rushden, Northampton, England.
   mf~1665 ___ __ Sarah Bloomfield 63 Sackett, widow of her stepbrother
      Simon Sackett, Jr.
   bf~1633 ___ __ to William Bloomfield 62 of New London.
   n. moved to Newtown, L. I.
 with Sarah (nee Bloomfield 63) Woodward
   Margaret 64    Lambert 64     Nathaniel 64
   b              b              b

Thomas Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

James Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

Ezekiel Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

Benjamin Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

Prudence Woodward 63
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nathaniel Woodward et ux Margaret (nee Lawrence 63)
      Woodward

Margaret Woodward 64
   bf~1666 ___ __ to Lambert Woodward 63 et ux Sarah (nee Bloomfield 63)
      Woodward
   mm ____ ___ __ John Burroughs 64
   bm ____ ___ __ to

Lambert Woodward 64
   bf~1666 ___ __ to Lambert Woodward 63 et ux Sarah (nee Bloomfield 63)
      Woodward

Nathaniel Woodward 64
   bf~1666 ___ __ to Lambert Woodward 63 et ux Sarah (nee Bloomfield 63)
      Woodward

LINKAGE END 00  Nathaniel Woodward 62/Margaret Lawrence

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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  Anthony Woodward 64/Hannah Foulke

Anthony Woodward 64
   bm 1657 Dec 12  in Ashford-In-The-W, Derbyshire, England
   mf 1685 Feb 14 Hannah Foulke 64, he late of Long Island. NJ_BuCMR P250
   bf 1667/8 Mar 13 to Thomas Foulkes 63 in Crosswicks, Burlington, NJ.
   n. NJ_HOMonC P613-614
      1731 Apr 01 Taxable Inhabitants of Upper Freehold "A Tax For raising
      Money By order of y^e Justices & Freeholders, for Building A Cort house In
      y^e County of Monmouth". A few of interest here:
      Thomas Doughty                    170 acres
      John King                         450
      Richard Horsfield                 250
      Benjamin Lawrence                 950
      John Lawrence, Sr.                300
      John Williams                     100
      John Dennis                       240
      Widow Lawrence                    300
      Widow Woodward                     15
      Thomas Woodward                   400
      Joseph Woodward                   250
   n. NJ_HOMonC P614-616 As in 1731, John Lawrence is the Assessor.
      1758 Oct List of all the Taxables in the Township of Upper Freehold, in
      Monmouth Co., NJ.
      William Eastman                   150
      John Eastman                      330
      Daniel Dole
      Robert English
      Robert English, Jr.               110
      David English                     110
      John Fenton                         6
      Joseph Humphrey                    16
      John Horsfield                    680
      Joseph Woodward                   200
      Joseph Woodward, Jr.              300
      Thomas Woodward, Esq.             500
   n. The below land deeds may be for a cousin or descendant.
   ld 1722 May 05 DE, Sussex Co. DBF6 P13-14 Abstracts 1722-1731 P3
      Grantor: Anthony Woodward, taylor, of Lewes, DE.
      Grantee: Robert Burton, Sr., yeoman, of Sussex Co., DE.
      Transaction: 15L for 3 1/9 lots.
      Description: Lots are located at the south end of Lewes on the north side
      of the land of Nathaniel Hall, on the west side of John Shankland's lots,
      and on the south side of the County Road.
      Signed: Anthony Woodward
      Witness: Joseph Cord and James White.  Ack. 1722 May 01
   ld 1722 May __ DE, Sussex Co. DBF6 P14-15 Abstracts 1722-1731 P3
      Grantor: Robert Burton, yeoman, of Sussex Co., DE.
      Grantee: Anthony Woodward, taylor, of Lewes, DE.
      Transaction: Condition is that if Anthony Woodward or his representative
      pays 15L plus interest to Robert Burton on or before 1725 May 04 Robert
      Burton will reconvey 3 1/9 lots in Lewes Town to Anthony Woodward which
      Woodward has just sold to Burton (see pages 13-14). Robert Burton makes
      his mark.
      Witness: Joseph Cord and James White.  Ack. 1722 May 01
   ld 1724 May 06 DE, Sussex Co. DBF6 P110-111 Abstracts 1722-1731 P29
      Grantor: Robert Burton, yeoman, of Sussex Co., DE.
      Grantee: Anthony Woodward, taylor, of Lewes, DE.
      Transaction: 17 pounds 8 shillings 5 pence for 3 1/9 lots. Lots are
      situated on the south end of the town of Lewes and is bounded by the
      County Road.  The lots were purchased by Robert Burton from Anthony
      Woodward 1722 May 05.  Robert Burton appoints John Shankland, blacksmith,
      of Lewes, to be his attorney.  Robert Burton makes his mark.
      Witness: Mary Russel and Phil. Russel.  Ack. 1724 May 26.
 with Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
   Mary 65        Thomas 65      Elizabeth 65   John 65        Anthony 65
   b16870320      b1688          b1690          b1690          b1695
   William 65     Joseph 65      Sarah 65       Clement 65     Samuel 65
   b1696          b1698          b1702          b1704          b1706
   Edward 65      Martha 65
   b1708          b

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Mary Woodward 65
   bf 1687/8 Mar 20 to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward

Thomas Woodward 65
   bm 1688 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
      in Freehold, Monmouth, NJ.
   ld 1737 Apr 05 BAV P152
      Grantor: Thomas Doughty, yeoman, et ux Elizabeth, of Upper Freehold Twp.
      Monmouth Co., NJ
      Grantee: Thomas Woodward, yeoman of the same place
      Transaction: for #449.10.
      Thomas received land from Elias Doughty and his wife Elizabeth on 1738 May
      11. [This date is obviously wrong--GJB]
      Plot #1 of 180 acres borders Crosswicks Creek; Joseph Arney's land,
      formerly John Arney, dec'd.; Thomas Woodward of the John Woodward tract.
      Plot#2 of 2 acres bounds Joseph Arney; Thomas Woodward, late John
      Woodward.  Witnesses: Joseph Arney, Owen Cayne, James Pascoe(s).
      1803 Sep 05 recoded by Judge Isaac Smith.
      Richard Potts, a Quaker, told that his daughter married Joseph Arney and
      Potts identified Arney's signature. Potts said that Cayne was dead and
      Pascoe's location was unknown. Thomas and Elizabeth Doughty, according
      to Potts, were "dead many years."
      AV (next deed) 1782 may 25
   wm 1773 July 19 (from Becky W.)
      Woodward, Thomas, of Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., will
      of.  Grandson, Thomas Woodward, the eldest of my son, Joseph, deceased,
      the plantation I bought of Thomas Doughty, and he is to pay his brother,
      James, L100, when he is 21, and to his brother Joseph, L100.  Son,
      Thomas, the plantation where he lives in Upper Freehold and New Hanover;
      also the house and land I bought of Joseph Wright, and the lot I bought
      of John Dickinson, and my cedar swamp and pine lands; also the bonds due
      to me from Thomas Harrison, later of Upper Freehold, and the bond due to
      me from Joseph Wild and Solomon Ridgway; and my son Thomas, is to
      support my son Ezekiel, during his life, and bury him at his death.
      Daughter Hannah Woodward, my silver snuff box and Great Bible. Daughter,
      Deborah Wood, a negro girl.  To the children of my daughter Margaret, a
      negro girl.  Rest of my estate I give to daughter, Mary Talman, wife of
      Joseph Talman; daughter, Ann Dobbins, and her son, Samuel Fox; daughter
      Hannah; daughter Deborah Wood, and daughter Margaret Reynolds and her
      children.  The land I bought of James Shorlock may be sold.
      Executors--son, Thomas, and my son-in-law, Joseph Talman.
      Witnesses--Caleb Ogborn, Jasper Moon, Richard Potts.  Proved Aug 30,
      1773. 1773, Sept 1 Inventory L3,271.15.9., made by Joseph Bullock and
      Richard Potts.
 with
   Mary 66        Joseph 66      Thomas 66      Ezekiel 66     Deborah 66
   ~1713          ~1715          ~1717          b              b
   Hannah 66      Margaret 66    Ann 66
   b              b              b

Elizabeth Woodward 65
   bf~1690 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
   mm 1706 Nov 13 John King 65 Monmouth Co. _, NJ_BuCMR P134
   bm~1678 ___ __ to Harmanus King 64 et ux Mary
   n. note that son John's parents-in-law, Ralph and Susannah Cowgill lived in
      Bucks County, PA.
   n. 1708 Oct 27 NJ, Monmouth County Deeds, Book D N107 P199
      A Record of Highways: Also a Road laid out in Freehold ...[adjoining land
      owners or names - Richard James, the Indian Path, David Stout, the
      Division line of ye province] ... allowing to David Stout one swinging
      gate to Marmaduke Horssman, one swinging Gate, to John King, one swinging
      Gate, and to Anthony Woodward two swinging Gates, laid out by us; [Signed
      - Obadiah Bowne, Elisha Lawrence - Commissioners.]
   n. Could be grandparents of Christina King who married Elias Doughty, gson of
      Thomas(Liz). Note also Woodward connection in above deed and in Tom(Liz)
      Doughty when Tom sells some Monmouth property to a Woodward.
      Note also John King taxed beside Thomas Doughty 1731 in Bucks Co. Same?
   wm 1739 Oct 15 Lib4 P200
      John King of Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman. Int.
      Inventory of estate (#503.13.4) includes servant girl, (#7); 27 sheep,
      10 cows, 2 stears, etc., bonds of Francis Garvis, Anthony and Benjamin
      King. Made by Joshua Wright, John Ashton, Edmund Beakes, John Steward.
   dm<1739 Oct 19 Adm'rs, Elizabeth King, the widow, and Anthony King, son.
      Obadiah Ireton, of Burlington, yeoman, fellow bondsman.
   wf 1739 Nov 20 Lib4 P306
      King, Elizabeth, of Monmouth Co., widow: will of.
      Son, Harmanus, 102 acres, bounded by Edmund Beakes, Crosswicks Creek and
      Peter Sonman. Son, William, plantation where testatrix lives, bounded by
      Crosswicks Creek and Anthony King. Daighter, Mary, #20 towards paying
      debt testatrix's husband was bound for (her) husband at Philadelphia.
      Children--Hannah, Elizabeth, Samuel, and Joseph, when of age.
      Executor: sons (Anthony crossed off), John, Benjamin, Harmanus, and
      William.
      Witness: John Quicksall, Daniel Robins, and Edmund Beakes.
   df<1741 Mar 31 Proved
      1741 Mar 30 Inventory (#460.11.03) includes debts, bonds, etc., from
      Harmanus, Thomas, Anthony, Benjamin, and William King. William Woodward
      and John Quicksall. Due from Jon. Barker at his mill, 5,000 ft. pine
      boards. Made by John Quicksall and Robert Montgomerie.
   n. I did have this to add to the other record. The Mary Doughty who married
      John King had children Samuel and Elizabeth. They made a request on
      1812,5,6.
   n. Burlington Co., Northampton (p33) Norton's "NJ in 1793" Militia
         (p30) William King, exempt
 with Elizabeth (nee Woodward 65) King _
   Harmanus 66    Thomas 66      Benjamin 66    Anthony 66     William 66
   b              b              b              b              b
   Hannah 66      Elizabeth 66   Samuel 66      Joseph 66      Mary 66
   b              b              b              b              b
   John 66
   b1720

John Woodward 65
   bm~1690 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward

Anthony Woodward 65
   bm 1695 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
      in Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Constance Williams 65
   bf~1698 ___ __ in Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., NJ.
 with Constance (nee Williams 65) Woodward
   Samuel 66      Israel 66      John 66        Joseph 66      Thomas 66
   ~1722          b1724          b1726          b17261212      b17261212
   Anthony 66     George 66
   b1731          b1734

William Woodward 65
   bm 1696 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ 65

Joseph Woodward 65
   bm 1698 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
      in Chesterfield, Burlington, NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Demis 65. Bill Abrams data
   bf<1704 ___ __ in Chesterfield, NJ.
   mf 1727 May 30 Hannah Warner 65 NJ_BuCMR P250.
   bf<1704 in Chesterfield, Burlington, NJ.
   ld ____ ___ __ BAV P154
      Grantor: Joseph Woodward
      Grantee: Thomas Lewis Woodward of Upper Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co, NJ,
      Transaction: for #73, the plantation called "Doughties Place."
      Description: Bounded by
      Anthony Woodward, Crosswicks Creek; Samuel Lippincott, et al.  for 182
      acres.  Witnesses: Andrew Reed, George Harrison.  1803 Sep 05 recorded by
      Judge Isaac Smith. John Smith, aged about 43 years [so b. c1760] said he
      knew Reed. They both worked at Hanover Furnace. Reed died four years ago
      [c1799]. Smith knew Joseph Woodward, brother of Thomas Lewis Woodward and
      he also knew Harrison, saying they were both dead many years.
 with
   Joseph 66

Sarah Woodward 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
   mm 1728 May 14 Robert Taylor _ NJ_BuCMR P226

Clement Woodward 65
   bf 1704 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
      in Chesterfield, Burlington Co., NJ.
   mm ____ ___ __ Jacob Lippincott 65
   bm<1700 ___ __ in Chesterfield, Burlington Co., NJ.
   mm ____ ___ __ Jacob Dennis 65
   bm 1691 Dec 25
 with Jacob Dennis 65
   Hannah 66      Increase 66
   b17210326      b17421216

Samuel Woodward 65
   bm~1706 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
   mf 1728 Sep 16 Rachel Cowgill 65 NJ_BuCMR P250
   bf 1705 ___ __ to Ralph Cowgill 64 et ux Susannah (nee Pancoast 64) Cowgill
   df 1750

Edward Woodward 65
   bm~1708 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward

Martha Woodward 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 64 et ux Hannah (nee Foulke 64) Woodward
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Conyers 65

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Mary Woodward 66
   bf~1713 ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 65 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ Joseph Talman 66
   mm 1736 May 18 Joseph Tolman 66 NJ_BuCMR P230
   n. From the will of the father Thomas Woodward 65,
      Rest of my estate I give to daughter, Mary Talman, wife of Joseph Talman;

Joseph Woodward 66
   bm~1715 ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 65 et ux
 with
   Thomas 67      Joseph 67      James 67
   b              b              >1752

Thomas Woodward 66
   bm~1717 ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 65 et ux
   mf 1741 ___ __ Susannah Forman 66
   bf<1741
   n. From the will of the father Thomas Woodward 65,
      " my son Thomas, is to support my son Ezekiel, during his life, and bury
      him at his death."
      "Thomas, the plantation where he lives in Upper Freehold and New Hanover;
      also the house and land I bought of Joseph Wright, and the lot I bought
      of John Dickinson, and my cedar swamp and pine lands; also the bonds due
      to me from Thomas Harrison, later of Upper Freehold, and the bond due to
      me from Joseph Wild and Solomon Ridgway."
      - Thomas Woodward 65, Sr. will.
   wm 1781 Dec 28 NJA_COW Will Abstracts 1781-1785
      Woodward, Thomas, of Freedhold, Monmouth Co.,; will of.
      Wife, Susanah, a room in the house and a negro.  Son Abner, my
      plantation in Upper Freedhold, bounded by Apollo Woodward, and the
      division line which formerly divided this said plantation from that
      which was heretofore John Woodward's and Joseph Arney, of 200 acres.
      Wife, Susanah, and my 4 daughters, Keturah, Rebeckah, Mary and
      Elizabeth, the plantation in Upper Freehold, bounded by said plantation,
      and was bought of John Woodward, of 200 acres.  Rest of my estate to be
      sold, and money to be used for support and education of my children.
      Executors--wife Susanah, and my friend, Richard Potts.
      Witnesses--Joseph Smith, Jr., Emanuel Davenport, Thomas Forman, Jr.
      Proved Feb. 21, 1782. 1782, Feb. 18. Inventory, L1,149.1.10, made by
      Joseph Bullock and Thomas Forman.
   n. Maybe the above will goes to Thomas, son of Joseph 66, son of Thomas 65.
      Needs another Susannah m ~1765
 with Susannah (nee Forman 66) Woodward
   Keturah 67     Rebeckah 67    Mary 67        Elizabeth 67   Abner 67
   b              b              b              b              b

Ezekiel Woodward 66
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 65 et ux

Deborah Woodward 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 65 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Wood 66
   n. Daughter, Deborah Wood, a negro girl - will of father Thomas Woodward.

Hannah Woodward 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 65 et ux
   n. From the will of the father Thomas Woodward 65,
      "Daughter Hannah Woodward, my silver snuff box and Great Bible."

Margaret Woodward 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 65 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Reynolds 66
   n. From the will of the father Thomas Woodward 65,
      " To the children of my daughter Margaret, a negro girl."
 with _ Reynolds 66

Ann Woodward 66
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 65 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Dobbins 66
   n. daughter, Ann Dobbins, and her son, Samuel Fox;

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Samuel Woodward 66
   bm~1722 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 65 et ux Constance (nee Williams 65)
      Woodward
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 66

Israel Woodward 66
   bm 1724 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 65 et ux Constance (nee Williams 65)
      Woodward

John Woodward 66
   bm 1726 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 65 et ux Constance (nee Williams 65)
      Woodward

Joseph Woodward 66
   bm 1726 Dec 12 to Anthony Woodward 65 et ux Constance (nee Williams 65)
      Woodward
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Collum 66
   n. How is she related to the Sarah McCollum who married a Gt. Egg Harbor
      Doughty?  Some lines crossed here?
   bf 1728

Thomas Woodward 66
   bm 1726 Dec 12 to Anthony Woodward 65 et ux Constance (nee Williams 65)
      Woodward

Anthony Woodward 66
   bm 1731 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 65 et ux Constance (nee Williams 65)
      Woodward in Chesterfield, NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Deborah Tilton 66
   bf1734/5 Jan 31 in Middleton, Monmouth Co., NJ.
 with Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward
   Robert 67      Margaret 67    Anthony 67     Nimrod T 67    Benjamin 67
   b17570110      b17591112      b17601013      b17630619      b17650926
   Constant 67    Valeriah 67    George 67
   b17680526      b17710911      b17750507

George Woodward 66
   bm 1734 ___ __ to Anthony Woodward 65 et ux Constance (nee Williams 65)
      Woodward

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Joseph Woodward 66
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 65 et ux Hannah (nee _ 65) Woodward

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Thomas Woodward 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 66 et ux
   n. From the will of the father Thomas Woodward 65,
      "Grandson, Thomas Woodward, the eldest of my son, Joseph, deceased,
      the plantation I bought of Thomas Doughty, and he is to pay his brother,
      James, L100, when he is 21, and to his brother Joseph, L100."

Joseph Woodward 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 66 et ux

James Woodward 67
   bm>1752 ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 66 et ux and before 1770.


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Robert Woodward 67
   bm 1757 Jan 10 to Anthony Woodward 66 et ux Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward.

Margaret Woodward 67
   bf 1759 Nov 12 to Anthony Woodward 66 et ux Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward
      in Cream Ridge, NJ.
   mm 1780 ___ __ Israel Ivins 67
   bm 1760 Feb 19 in Monmouth Co., NJ.  GF1802
   df 1832 Feb 17 in Monmouth Co., NJ.
 with Israel Ivins 67
   Samuel 68      Anthony 68     Robert 68      Moses 68       Israel 68
   b              b17810928      b17860423      b17880612      b17910624
   George W 68    James 68       Charles 68
   b17940105      b17970322      b17990416

Anthony Woodward 67
   bm 1760 Oct 13 to Anthony Woodward 66 et ux Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward
      in Cream Ridge, NJ.

Nimrod Tilton Woodward 67
   bm 1763 Jun 19 to Anthony Woodward 66 et ux Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward.
   mf ____ ___ __ Anne Williams 67
   bf 1774 Jun 08

Benjamin Woodward 67
   bm 1765 Sep 26 to Anthony Woodward 66 et ux Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward.

Constant Woodward 67
   bm 1768 May 26 to Anthony Woodward 66 et ux Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward.

Valeriah Woodward 67
   bm 1771 Sep 11 to Anthony Woodward 66 et ux Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward
      in Cream Ridge, NJ.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Tallman 67

George Woodward 67
   bm 1775 May 07 to Anthony Woodward 66 et ux Deborah (nee Tilton 66) Woodward.

LINKAGE END 01  Anthony Woodward 64/Hannah Foulke

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Sarah Woodward 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to _ Woodward 67 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ Elias Doughty 68 widower of Martha Thorne 68
   bm 1756 ___ __ to William Doughty 67 et ux Hannah (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
   n. Martha (late Thorne) mo before 1778/10/07; ct N. P. 1778/11/5.
      EOAQGV3 P105.
   n. Elias rem some time since to N. P. & mo referred to that MM 1778-10-7; he
      had joined a few years earlier. NYMM  EOAQGV3 P104.
   n. wm 1811 Nov 22
      Woodward, Gilbert of NY; will of.  All debts to be paid. Real estate and
      servants in the Island of St. Croix to be sold. Brother John, watch and
      wearing apparel.  Gilbert, son of my sister, Sally, $100 when 21, but if
      he should die before 21, said sum to William Doughty and his brother,
      Elias.  The monies at Hoboken to my sister Charity, to pay my funeral
      charges.  All other estate, real and personal to be equally divided
      between brothers and sisters.
      Executor: John Anderson, Sr., brother John Woodward and John Morrell, of
      Long Island.
      Witness: Thomas Dickerson, Daniel Bayles, Isaac Fairchild.
      1812 Jan 11 will proved when John Woodward and John Anderson signed as
      executors.
      1811 Dec 25 Inventory (not totaled); made by Thomas Dickerson,
      Aron Anderson.  Includes two notes drawn "in the Island of St. Croix, 1811
      Oct 04 by Samuel Bitts."
   wf 1815 Oct 11 NJCD V42 P135 Filed at Hackensack, NJ
      Sarah Doughty of NYC, widow of Elias Doughty leaves sons William, Elias,
      and Gilbert.
      Executors: John Anderson of Hoboken, John Doughty, Esq. of Brooklyn and
      his son Charles Doughty.
      Witness: David Godwin, Isaac Fairchild, Asa Wright.
   df<1816 Jun 26
      1816 Jun 16 will proved.
   n. Elias had with Martha (nee Thorne 68) Doughty, Joseph 69 John 69
 with Elias Doughty 68
   William        Gilbert        Elias
   b              >1790          b



William Woodward _
   mf 1763 Apr 21 Elizabeth Dunklet _, PA_SPPECR.

Anna Woodward _
   mm 1834 Feb 05 Peter Harmon _ NJ_BuCMR P107

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Delviah _ _
   mm 1799 Mar 17 Thomas Middleton _ NJ_BuCMR P157

Elizabeth Woodward _
   mm 1834 Feb 06 Edward Bowers _ NJ_BuCMR P26

Hannah Woodward _
   mm 1780 Feb 20 Aaron Steward _ NJ_BuCMR P217

Mary Woodward _
   mm 1837 Aug 31 Samuel Lewis _ NJ_BuCMR P141

Rachel Ellis Woodward _
   mm 1891 Apr 16 Charles Henry Doron _ NJ_BuCMR P66

Rebeccah Woodward _
   mm 1805 Feb 28 Thomas Field _ NJ_BuCMR P81

Rebeccah Woodward _
   mm 1801 Jan 07 Josiah Woodward _ NJ_BuCMR P250

Rhoda Woodward _
   mm 1767 Jul 23 Richard Britan _ NJ_BuCMR P30

Sarah Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Anthony Woodward _ et ux Increase
   mm 1808 Sep 08 Philip Mason _ NJ_BuCMR P150
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Mason _ et ux Mary

Sarah Woodward _
   mm 1823 Oct 25 Israel Stondard _ NJ_BuCMR P220

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Richard Woodward 09
   bm 16__
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Nayle 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry Nayle 08 et ux Deborah
   n. wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1713-1748
      1726 Jun 11 Nayle, Henry. Thornbury.
      1726 August 20. A. 193.
      Provides for wife Deborah. To grandson John son of Richard Woodward the
      plantation, where I now dwell containing by estimate 200 acres, when
      21. Also team of horse. To daughter Mary Woodward 10. Remainder of
      personal estate to the other children of said daughter. Gives 5 to the
      church now building in Concord. To Elizabeth daughter of Henry Peirce
      5. Executors: friend Henry Peirce and son in law Richard Woodward of
      Thornbury. Witnesses: John Cox, Richard Hendra, John Neil.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1713-1748
      1726 Dec 24 Carter, George. Bradford, yeoman.
      1727 March 27 A. 223.
      To wife Elizabeth the home plantation and stock during life. To
      daughters Rachel, Elizabeth and Mary 40 each when 18, also the
      plantation on wifes decease. To eldest daughter Ann Carter 80 and
      articles named. To eldest son George my upper plantation when 21. To
      son John, my share of the mill and horse. Woodward renounced.
      Executors: wife Elizabeth, Richd. Woodward (renounced), Samuel Nutt.
      Witnesses: Abiah Taylor, Joseph Townsend, Thomas Ward.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1713-1749
      1727 Jun 13  Richard Woodward.  Adm. to Mary Woodward.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1713-1749
      1747 Oct 09 Woodward, Richard.  East Bradford.
      1748 Oct 19 C. 126.
      To son Henry 20 shillings and Dr. Everards works.  To son John 20
      shillings.  To son Richard 30.  To son Thomas 5 shillings.  To
      daughter Deborah Bennett 20 shillings.  To daughter Mary Strode 20
      shillings.  To daughter Alice Ash 5.  To grandson Henry Woodward son
      of Henry 5.  To grandson Richard Woodward son of John 5.  To grandson
      Richard Strode 5.  To granddaughter Mary Bennett 3.  Remainder to
      wife Mary, also executrix. Wit:  George Strode, George Strode, Jr.,
      Benjamin Hawley.
   n. wf PA, Chester Co., 1748-1766 Will Abstracts.
      1750 Oct 05 Nayle, Deborah, widow.  Thornbury.
      1751 Aug 28  C. 299.
      To Nathan Dix, son of Esther Dix 20.  To Esther wife of Francis Swain
      20.  To Joseph Maddock, son of Nathan 20 and to his daughter Deborah
      10.  To Phebe daughter of Simeon Taylor 5.  To Jonathan, son of
      Jonathan Thatcher, Jr. 5.  To Nayle, son of John Woodward 20.  To the
      Quakers of Birmingham Meeting 5.  To Henry, son of Henry Peirce 5.
      To Mary, wife of Jonathan Thatcher Jr. 5.  To my negro woman, Bella
      30 to free her, also 25 and many articles named.  To Hannah, wife of
      John Dilworth 10.  To Sarah Pyle, granddaughter of Esther Dix 5.  To
      Nathan, son of Sarah and Peter Dix, 5 and to Joseph, son of Sarah and
      Peter Dix, 5.  To Esther, daughter of Sarah and Peter Dix, articles
      named.  To Abraham Darlington and his daughter Elizabeth articles.  To
      John, son of John Woodward 10 and to Ann, daughter of John Woodward
      and to Henry, son of same, to Amos son of same, 5 each and to Richard,
      son of same, 2.10.  To Rebecca Darlington 5.  Test signed D.
      Executors:  Abraham Darlington and Edward Brinton.
      Wit:  Isaac Davis, David Gorman, Benjamin Hawley.
      * Mentions Rachel Darlington.
 with Mary (nee Nayle 09) Woodward
   Henry 10       John 10        Richard 10     Thomas 10      Deborah 10
   b              b              b              b              b
   Mary 10        Alice 10
   b              b


Henry Woodward 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 09 et ux Mary (nee Nayle 09) Woodward
 with
   Henry 11       Mary 11
   b              b

John Woodward 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 09 et ux Mary (nee Nayle 09) Woodward
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Pyle 10.
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Pyle 09
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      PYLE, William.  Thornbury.
      1782 August 3.  Codicil: 1786 June 6.  1789 January 12.
      Executors to sell all real estate. Provides for wife Hannah. To my 3
      nephews Thomas, Job and Richard, sons of Robert Mercer, 7 each. To
      nephew Richard, son of John Woodward, 20. To Caleb Peirce 10 for use
      of Concord Meeting. Also 50 for use of Friends School at Concord. To
      Sarah, daughter of Edward Green, 6 yearly during life. To the children
      of my brother John Pyle, deceased, 1/3 of remainder of estate. To
      children of brother Job Pyle, deceased, 1/3 of estate. To my brother
      Isaac Pyle, the remaining 1/3 of estate. Executors: Brother Isaac,
      nephew William Pyle, and William, son of Calvin Cooper.
      Codicil revokes legacy of 50 to Friends School and gives it to the
      children of brother Job's son, Caleb Pyle.
      Wit: Stephen Taylor, Jacob Yearsley, Mary Yearsley.
      Wit. to Codicil: William Hawley, John Peirce.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1778-1800
      1784 Aug 05 Woodward, John.  Thornbury.
      Codicil: 1785 January 19.  1787 August 4.
      Provides for wife Hannah. To the children of my sons Nayle and John,
      deceased, 20 shillings to be divided. To son Richard 30 in addition to
      what he owes me. To son Henry 40. To daughter Sarah, wife of John
      Neild, 30 in 6 annual payments. To daughter Mary, wife of Frederick
      Steen, 30 in 6 annual payments. To daughter Abigail 30. To grandson
      John Dilworth 5 shillings. To son Thomas piece of land northward of my
      plantation, to be divided from rest by brother Thomas and friends Peter
      Osborne and Charles Dilworth, by a described line. Remainder of land to
      be sold and proceeds equally divided between sons Richard, Henry and
      Thomas and daughters Sarah, Mary and Abigail, and grandson Caleb
      Dilworth. Executors: Wife Hannah, son Thomas, grandson Caleb Dilworth.
      Letters to Hannah, the others renouncing.
      Wit: Hannah Martin, Joseph Dilworth, Charles Dilworth.
      Codicil says he had leased the land to son Thomas and grandson Caleb
      Dilworth for 7 years.
   wf PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1713-1749
      1748 Dec 21 Woodward, Mary.  East Bradford.
      1748/9 Jan 21  C. 132.
      To son Henry 60.  To sons John, Richard and Thomas, 20 each.  To
      daughter Deborah, wife of William Bennett 20.  To daughter Mary, wife
      of John Strode 30.  To daughter Alice, wife of Joshua Ash 20.  To
      grandson Henry Woodward, son of Henry 10 at 20 and to his sister Mary
      5 at 18.  To granddaughter Mary Bennett 5.  To granddaughter Mary
      Strode 5.  Remainder to 3 sons and 3 daughters.
      Executors:  Son Henry and son in law William Bennett.
      Wit:  John Stephenson, Grisel Stephenson, Thomas Worth.
 with Hannah (nee Pyle 10)
   Nayle 11       John 11        Ann 11         Henry 11       Amos 11
   b              b              b              b              b
   Richard 11     Sarah 11       Mary 11        Abigail 11     Thomas 11
   b              b              b              b              b

Richard Woodward 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 09 et ux Mary (nee Nayle 09) Woodward
   dm>1769 ___ __ by Nayle 11 will.

Thomas Woodward 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 09 et ux Mary (nee Nayle 09) Woodward
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1772 Jun 01 Painter, Elizabeth.  Birmingham.
      1774 August 8.
      To son Saml. Painter and daughter Ann Chamberlin 5 shillings each.  To
      granddaughter Elizabeth daughter of Robt. Chamberlin 30.  To
      granddaughter Patience Holiday 20.  Household goods to 3
      granddaughters Mary Green, Hannah and Elizabeth Chamberlin.  Remainder
      to daughter Ann and her children. Executor:  Trusty friend Danl.
      Green. Wit:  Thomas Thatcher, Saml. Painter, Thos. Woodward.

Deborah Woodward 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 09 et ux Mary (nee Nayle 09) Woodward
   mm ____ ___ __ William Bennett 10
 with _ Bennett 10
   Mary 12
   b

Mary Woodward 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 09 et ux Mary (nee Nayle 09) Woodward
   mm ____ ___ __ John Strode 10
 with John Strode 10
   Mary 11        Richard 11
   b              b

Alice Woodward 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 09 et ux Mary (nee Nayle 09) Woodward
   mm ____ ___ __ Joshua Ash 10
 with Joshua Ash 10

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Henry Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Henry Woodward 11 et ux

Mary Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry Woodward 11 et ux


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Nayle Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia _ 11
   wm PA, Chester Co. 1768-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1769 Mar 09 Woodward, Nayl.  East Marlborough.
      1769 March 25.
      To wife Lydia 100, 2 horses and 2 cows.  To sons Eli and Caleb
      plantation whereon I now dwell in East Marlborough to be divided by the
      great road that passes through it, also 8 each.  Executors to sell
      land in Birmingham and all remainder of estate to 5 daughters, viz.,
      Hannah, Phebe, Sarah, Lydia and Ann Woodward, share and share alike.
      Uncle Richard Woodward to have the house and 3 acres of land where he
      now dwells until son Eli is 21. Executors:  Wife Lydia and friend John
      Webster. Wit:  Mordecai Hayes, Joseph Williams.
   dm<1784 Aug 05 date of father's will.
 with Lydia
   Caleb 12       Hannah 12      Phebe 12       Sarah 12       Lydia 12
   b              b              b              b              b
   Ann 12         Eli 12
   b              b

John Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.
   dm<1784 Aug 05 date of father's will.

Ann Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.

Henry Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.

Amos Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.
   wm PA, Chester Co. 1768-1778 Will Abstracts
      1768 Nov 28 Woodward, Amos.  East Bradford.  Adm. to John Woodward.

Richard Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.

Sarah Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.

Mary Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.

Abigail Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.

Thomas Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward 10 et ux Hannah (nee Pyle 10) Woodward.

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Caleb Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nayle Woodward 11 et ux Lydia

Hannah Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nayle Woodward 11 et ux Lydia

Phebe Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nayle Woodward 11 et ux Lydia

Sarah Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nayle Woodward 11 et ux Lydia

Lydia Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nayle Woodward 11 et ux Lydia

Ann Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nayle Woodward 11 et ux Lydia

Eli Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nayle Woodward 11 et ux Lydia

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William Woodward _
John Woodward _
Joseph Woodward _
James Woodward
Eli Woodward _
Abram Woodward _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1807 Jun 24.  Jones, Richard. East Bradford.
      1808 August 10.
      To wife Ann plantation in East Bradford during life; also 400 and all
      household goods.
      To sister Ruth Hayes my plantation in Londonderry, containing about 87
      acres, now in tenure of Peter Mulberry.
      To Elisha Baily and Hannah, his wife, my other plantation in
      Londonderry, containing about 240 acres, now in tenure of George Bird,
      paying to Samuel Breckinridge and William Henry Baker 25 each.
      To Mary Carter, Elizabeth Carter and Rachel Carpenter and John Worth my
      other plantation in Londonderry, containing about 50 acres, now in
      tenure of Margery Passmore.
      To my nephew James Jones & his wife Ann my plantation in E. Bradford
      where I reside, at wife's decease, paying to his sisters Mary, and
      Sarah 40 each. To nephew Reuben Hayes 150. To James Millison 100.
      To Sarah, daughter of Jonathan Buffington 30. To Jane, daughter of
      John Courtney 25. To Margaret Watson, Sr. and Margaret Watson, Jr.,
      15 each. To Abraham Woodward, Darius Minks and John McNelly 10 each.
      To William Stephens 6. To Joseph Ingram 30 in trust for the schooling
      of poor children under care of Bradford Meeting.
      Executors to sell house and lotts in West Chester and divide remainder
      of estate among the following persons: William Woodward, John Woodward,
      Joseph Woodward, Jas. Woodward, Eli Woodward, Abram Woodward, James
      Underwood, Joseph Thornbury, John Young, Richard Millison, Robert
      Thornbury and his daughter Mary Pennock, and John Butler, Jr., son of
      John Butler. Executors: Nephew James Jones and Elisha Baily.
      Wits.: Moses Baily, Abraham Baily.
      Will contested and a verdict in favor of its validity 1808 August 10.

Hannah Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Woodward 11

James Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Woodward 11

Mary Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Woodward 11

John Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Woodward 11

William Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Woodward 11
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1768 Feb 02 Worth, Thomas.  E. Bradford.
      1783 June 18.
      To son Samuel 100. To daughter Susanna Worth 160 and household goods,
      etc. To daughter Lydia, wife of George Carter, 50. To daughter Rebecca,
      wife of Jonathan Vernon in Virginia, 30. To daughter Hannah Worth 80
      and furniture. To daughter Mary, wife of John Lewis, 40. To my son
      Ebenezer my plantation in E. Bradford where I now dwell containing, by
      estimate, 350 acres, also all farming implements, etc.
      Executors: Son Ebenezer, daughter Susanna.
      Wit: John Townsend, Abiah Taylor, William Woodward, Jr.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1785 Sep 03 Marshall, James.  W. Bradford.
      1788  May 29.
      To son Moses 500, he having been heretofore advanced. To daughter
      Hannah Peirce 100, she having been heretofore advanced. To son Jacob
      my plantation in W. Bradford where I now dwell. To son James tract of
      land in Christiana Hundred, New Castle Co., lately purchased of
      Tomlinsons, containing about 76 acres, also 100 to erect buildings
      thereon. Executors: Sons Moses and Jacob.
      Wit: George Carter, William Woodward, Marshall Battin.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1778-1800
      1789 Nov 09 Woodward, William.  W. Bradford. Adm. to Mary Woodward.

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel Starr _
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Starr _ et ux Ann
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1781 Jan 13 Starr, James.  E. Bradford.
      1781 February 19.
      To daughter Sarah Leonard 25. To daughter Rachel Woodward 5. To
      daughter Hannah Starr 15. To son Samuel 100 acres of land on east side
      of Valley Creek, when 21. To wife Ann all personal estate and use of
      remainder of land until my daughter Rebecca is 21, then to be sold and
      money divided between my 2 daughters Anne and Rebecca Starr.
      Executors: Wife Anne, James Starr of Uwchlan.
      Wit: Isaac Starr, Moses Starr, Dorcas Wollerton.

Thomas Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   n. 1790 Jun 19 Baily, John. W. Marlborough.
      1793 December 23.
      To son John 10 shillings. To son William my lot of ground in Wilmington,
      Delaware, bought of Benjamin Way and 50. To son Elisha the plantation
      on which I now dwell, containing about 107 acres. To daughter Ann, wife
      of Richard Jones, daughter Betty, wife of John Ferree, daughter Mary,
      wife of William Farquhar, and daughter Sarah, wife of Aaron Clayton,
      15 each. To daughter Hannah, wife of Caleb Pusey, 20. Remainder in 9
      shares, one each to William, Elisha, Ann, Betty, Mary, Sarah, Hannah,
      granddaughters Mary Woodward and Betty Phipps, and granddaughters Ann
      and Mary, daughters of son Elisha at 18. Executors: Sons William and
      Elisha. Wit: Joshua Pusey, James Smith, Caleb Hurford.
      -
      Provides for wife Grace. To son Thomas all my lands in E. Caln, except
      tract of 110 acres, 49 perches, which I purchased of heirs of Warrick
      Miller, in trust for William Pimm. To daughter Hannah, wife of Isaac
      Coates, 500. Also 500 in trust for use of daughter Mary, wife of
      William Pimm. To my 4 daughters, Rebecca, Grace, Elizabeth and Lydia
      500 each. To 5 grandchildren, Ann, Rachel, Mary and Lydia Pimm 50 to
      be divided at 18 [only 4 grandchildren were named]. Codicil gives to
      daughter Mary Pim, the Miller tract of 110 acres, 49 perches at
      valuation of 300, and gives 3 tracts of land purchased of James
      Chalfant and Ann Chalfant, widow, in W. Bradford to daughters Rebecca
      Coates and Grace Valentine.
      Executors: Son Thomas, sons-in-law Isaac Coates and William Woodward.
      Wit: Samuel Cunningham, Thomas Pimm, Henry Atherton.
      Wit. to Codicil: Jonathan Mendenhall.
   n. wf PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1815 Sep 24 Jones, Ann. East Bradford.
      1815 October 2.
      To sisters Betty, wife of John Ferree, Sarah, wife of Aaron Clayton,
      and Hannah, wife of Caleb Pusey $100 each.
      To Moses Farquhar, son of sister Mary Farquar $400.
      To Ann, wife of Maris Taylor $300. To Mary wife of Thomas Woodward
      $200. To Hannah, my bro. Elisha's wife, $50. To Ann Woodward, dau. of
      Thomas & Mary, $20. To Susanna, wife of Isaac Taylor, $40. To Richard,
      son of bro. Elisha $50. To Phebe Pusey, dau. of Caleb and Hannah, $30.
      To Ann, wife of James Jones, my clock and other articles named. To
      sisters Sarah and Hannah wearing apparel. To Jane Courtney $60 in full
      for her services. Remainder of estate to Ann, wife of Townsend Lamborn,
      and Ann, wife of James Jones. Executors: James Jones and Townsend Lamborn.
      Wits: Thomas Clayton, John H. Quinn.
 with Mary
   Ann _
   b

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Cloud _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1814 Jun 17. Cloud, Mordecai. East Bradford.
      1818 May 23.
      Provides for wife Jane. To dau. Mary, widow of Ziba Wollerton 300.
      To Rachel, Jane, Rebecca and Elizabeth Woodward, children of dau. Sarah,
      December'd., 300, to be divided.
      To dau. Elizabeth, wife of Alex. Kennedy, 300.
      To dau. Hannah, wife of William Dowlin 300.
      To son William my plantation in E. & W. Bradford, subject to his
      mother's life interest.
      Remainder to son.
      Executor: Son William Cloud.
      Wits: David Lewis, Joshua Weaver.
 with Sarah (nee Cloud _) Woodward
   Rachel _       Jane _         Rebecca _      Elizabeth _
   b              b              b              b

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   n. WEST BRADFORD

Richard Woodward 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha _ 10
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1748-1766
      1748 Jun 30 Richard Woodward.  West Bradford.  Yeoman.
      1752 November 17.  C. 385.
      Provides for wife Martha.  To son William, daughter Esther wife of
      Thomas Wilson, daughter Jane Hayes widow, daughter Sarah wife of Evan
      Jones, daughter Elizabeth wife of John Young, daughter Mary wife of
      George Entrikin, daughter Hannah wife of Joseph Underwood, daughter
      Grace wife of James Milleson 5 shillings each.  To daughter Deborah
      20.  To son Richard a tract of land adjoining where I now live
      containing about 230 acres.  To son John the plantation where I now
      dwell. Executors:  Sons William and John.
      Wit:  Thomas Worth, Susanna Worth, Ebenezer Worth.
 with Martha
   William 11     Esther 11      Jane 11        Sarah 11       Elizabeth 11
   b              b              b              b              b
   Mary 11        Hannah 11      Grace 11       Deborah 11     Richard 11
   b              b              b              b              b
   John 11
   b

William Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1760 Apr 12 Marshall, Abraham.  West Bradford.
      1768 February 24, 1768.
      Provides for wife Mary.  To son Isaac 10.  To son James 5.  To
      daughter Hannah Gibbons 5.  To son-in-law Wm. Woodward 50 to divide
      among his children as he sees cause.  To oldest son Saml.'s daughter 5
      shillings.  To son John's widow 5 shillings.  To son Abram's widow 5
      shillings.  Remainder to wife. Executors:  Sons Humphrey and James.
      Wit:  Richard Baker, Joel Baily, Faithfull Stuart.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1768-1778
      1769 Jul 30 Woodward, William.  West Bradford.
      1769 August 29.
      Provides for wife Hannah.  To son Abraham 70.  To daughter Hannah
      Woodward 40 and furniture.  To son James 10.  To daughter Mary
      Mendenhall 10.  To step- daughter Betty Lewis 10.  To son John
      plantation whereon I now dwell.  Remainder divided between 4 sons and 2
      daughters, viz., James, Abraham, William, John, Mary and Hannah.
      Executors:  Wife Hannah and son Wm.
      Wit:  George Carter, Jas. Marshall, Jas. Woodward.
 with Hannah
   Abraham 12     Hannah 12      James 12       Mary 12        John 12_
   b              b              b              b              b
   William 12
   b

Esther Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Wilson 11

Jane Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Hayes 11
   dm<1748 Jun 30

Sarah Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mm ____ ___ __ Evan Jones 11

Elizabeth Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mm ____ ___ __ John Young 11

Mary Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mm ____ ___ __ George Entriken 11

Hannah Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mm ____ ___ __ Joseph Underwood 11

Grace Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mm ____ ___ __ James Milleson 11

Deborah Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha

Richard Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail _ 11
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1748-1766
      1760 Feb 11 Woodward, Richard.  West Bradford.
      1760 May 24
      To son Joseph all land at 21.  To daughter Rachel Woodward 100 at 18.
      To daughter Deborah 100 at 18.  To wife Abigail all remainder of
      personal estate, also use of real estate until son Joseph is 17.
      Executors:  Brother William Woodward and George Carter.
      Witnesses:  Henry Hollis, Hannah Thornborough, Benjamin Hawley.
      * Widow m. --- Bruce and her son for distinction was called Joseph
      Bruce Woodward.
 with Abigail
   Joseph 12      Rachel 12      Deborah 12
   b              b              b

John Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 10 et ux Martha
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1769 Jul 07 Woodward, John.  West Bradford.  Adm. to Sarah Woodward and
      Richd. Barnard.
      Woodward, John.  West Bradford.  July 7, 1769.  Adm. to Sarah Woodward
      and Richd. Barnard.

Abraham Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Woodward 11
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1808 Mar 28. Woodward, Abraham. West Bradford.
      Mary Baily, Administrator.

Joseph Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 11 et ux Abigail

Rachel Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 11 et ux Abigail

Deborah Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Woodward 11 et ux Abigail

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James Woodward_

Joseph Woodward _
   n.  wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1778-1800
      1785 Nov 11 Campbell, James.  W. Bradford.
      1788 June 4.
      All estate to be equally divided between my 3 cousins, George Gallacher,
      James Gallacher and Susanna, wife of Andrew McGuire, they being the
      children of my sister Mary and now living near me.
      Executor: Friend James Marshall. Letters to George Gallacher and Andrew
      McGuire, the executor named being deceased.
      Wit: Joseph Woodward, James Woodward.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1806 March 9.  Worth, Ebenezer. East Bradford.
      1808 January 26.
      To wife Margaret all personal estate; also all real estate during
      widowhood. To kinsman Samuel Worth at marriage or decease of my wife,
      all May land, &c. except two lots otherwise devised.
      To nephew George Carter 6 acres, to be laid off the N.W. corner of my
      field adjoining his land, as described.
      To Joseph Coope and William Woodward 100 in trust for school purposes
      at discretion of Bradford Meeting.
      To sister Mary Lewis 6 yearly during life.
      To nephew Thomas Worth and his son Ebenezer 50 each.
      To my 8 nieces, Mary and Elizabeth Carter, Lydia Davis, Rachel
      Carpenter, Rachel Lewis, Hannah Ingram, Susanna Lewis and Lydia Miller
      20 each. To kinsman Ebenezer Worth, son of John, 50. Ebenezer Carter
      50. To kinsman Emmor Worth the tenement and lot of land south of road
      from Jacob Marshall's to Emmor Jefferis's, containing 8 acres; also
      100. To Ebenezer Faucett 25.
      Executors: Wife Margaret and kinsman Samuel Worth.
      Wits.: Moses Marshall, Joseph Woodward, Eli Woodward.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1812 Apr 01 Worth, Margaret. East Bradford.
      1820 August 19.
      To my nephew Henry Paschall Pearson $300, &c.
      To Paschall Worth 200; the int. to be applied for schooling him.
      To Margaret, dau. of Jacob Marshall, articles of furniture, &c.
      To Mary, dau. of Samuel Worth articles of furniture, and to John,
      Ebenezer and Elizabeth, chil. of said Samuel, articles named, and to
      Margaret, his dau. $100. To my nieces Frances Morton, Sarah Worth,
      Frances Lloyd and Margaret Hopkins, each a large table cloth.
      To Margaret, wife of Ebenezer Worth arts. named. To Rachel and Susanna,
      daus. of Mary Lewis $66 2/3 each.
      To Moses Marshall in trust $100 for the use and more effectual
      establishment of Bradford Library. Rem. to my nieces.
      Executors: Friends & kinsmen George Carter, Sr. and Samuel Worth.
      Wits: William Woodward, Moses Marshall.

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Joseph Woodward 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Martin 10
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1801 Sep 06. Martin, Joseph, Sr. West Bradford.
      1802 September 21.
      To grandson Joel, son of my son Joseph, the remaining part of the
      plantation I had of my father, which extends to the line of the land I
      sold to Ezekiel, son of Daniel Leonard. Paying mortgage to John Polas
      Seal. Son Joseph and Hannah his wife to have the use of said plantation
      containing about 78-1/4 acres, during their lives, and at their decease
      said grandson to pay 5 to each of his brothers and sisters. Mentions
      having paid 300 for son Caleb towards the purchase of his plantation.
      To son Joseph 1/4 of a dollar. To daughter Rebecca, wife of Joseph
      Woodward 15. To daughter Hannah, wife of Benjamin Miller, 1/4 of a
      dollar: To daughter Lydia, wife of John Woodward 50.
      To daughter Mary, wife of Daniel Leonard 15. To granddaughter Ruth,
      wife of Warwick Martin, 50. To granddaughter Elizabeth, daughter of
      son Joseph, 25. To granddaughter Mary, daughter of Benjamin Miller,
      25. To great-grandson Rufus Martin 10 with interest when 21, with
      rev. to his sister Maria. Executors: Cousin Thomas Martin.
      Wits.: Josa. Weaver, John Graves.
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1812 Mar 23. Woodward, Joseph. West Bradford.
      1812 June 6.
      Provides for wife Rebecca, inc. part of plantation, described, during
      life, and afterward same to dau. Hannah while unmarried.
      To 4 sons James, Joseph, Abner and Jacob, the above land after death or
      marriage of wife and daughter.
      To sons James and Joseph the remainder of plantation, lying west of the
      above devise, they paying $900 for legacies.
      To son Abner $200. To son Jacob $300.
      To daus. Ann, Lydia & Jane $300 each, and to dau. Rebecca $400.
      Executors: Sons James and Joseph Woodward.
      Wits: William Woodward Jr., Joshua Martin, Abm Baily.
 with Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward
   James 11       Joseph 11      Abner 11       Jacob 11       Ann 11
   b              b              b              b              b
   Lydia 11       Jane 11        Rebecca 11     Hannah 11
   b              b              b              b

James Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

Joseph Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

Abner Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

Jacob Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

Ann Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

Lydia Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

Jane Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

Rebecca Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

Hannah Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Martin 10) Woodward.

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Richard Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   wf PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1813 May 27 Woodward, Sarah. West Bradford.
      David Scott, administrator.
      Citation May 18, 1813, to Richard & Jesse Woodward, sons of Sarah
      Woodward, deceased.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1824 Nov 16 Scott, David. West Bradford.
      1824 December 18.
      To son John Scott $500. To dau. Hannah Scott $100.
      To sons Joshua and Amos all remainder of estate, real & personal.
      The above legacies to be paid in one year after the death of the widow,
      Alice Hannum.
      Executors: Sons John & Amos Scott.
      Wits: Richard Woodward, Richard B. Woodward.
 with
   Richard B _    Jesse _
   b              b

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Robert Woodward 11
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane _ 11
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1769 Jun 10 Temple, William.  Kennett.
      1775 May 9.
      To sons-in-law Wm. Seal, Benj. Hutton, John Pyle and Benj. Jones 5
      shillings each.  To grandson Stephen Webb 40.  To son-in-law Caleb
      Seal 2 lotts in Borough of Wilmington.  To son Benjamin plantation
      whereon I now dwell in Kennett containing 234 acres, also 9 acres in
      East Bradford purchased of John Collier, also all furniture and stock.
      Remainder equally divided between sons Thomas and Benjamin and daughter
      Hannah, wife of Isaac Miller. Executors:  Jas. Bennett and James
      Marshall. Wit:  Jos. Martin, Robt. Woodward, Abrm. Ford.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1771 Mar 05  Martin, George.  West Bradford.
      1771 April 27.
      To wife Martha all estate for support of children until daughter Sarah
      is 21, then to be divided.  To wife 1/3 and remainder divided equally
      between my 6 children, viz., Sarah, Ruth, Lydia, Thomas, George and
      Abraham. Executors:  Wife Martha and brother Jos. Martin.
      Wit:  Jos. Woodward, Jas. Woodward, Jas. Marshall.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1789 Feb 10 Kennedy, John.  W. Bradford.  Weaver.
      1789 March 7.
      Provides for wife Joanna Kennedy, alias Jefferis. Mentions children,
      Alexander, George, John, Lydia and Rachel, who are to be bound out to
      trades. Also the child my wife now carries.
      Executors: Robert Woodward of W. Bradford and wife Joanna.
      Wit: Melchi Effinger, David Chalfant.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1778-1800
      1790 Dec 13 Woodward, Robert.  W. Bradford.
      1791 Mar 03
      Provides for wife Jean, including plantation I now live on until son
      Evan is 21.  When he is 21, the plantation and smith shop to be divided
      between sons James and Evan. To 2 eldest daughters Elizabeth and Ruth
      30 each. Plantation now occupied by William Mills to be sold when son
      Robert is 21 and all remainder of estate equally divided among my 8
      elder children, Elizabeth, Ruth, Thomas, Robert, Ann, Jonathan, Amos
      and Jesse. Executors: Wife Jane [sic], brother Joseph Woodward.
      Wit: Richard Thornbury, Joseph Hawley.
   wf PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1816 Dec 14 Woodward, Jane. West Bradford.
      1821 December 23.
      To daus. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Thornbury, Ruth, wife of Thomas
      Lilley, and Ann, wife of David Powell, wearing apparel, &c.
      To sons Thomas and Robert the bonds I hold against them.
      To sons Jesse and James and Evan Woodward, articles named.
      Rem. to sons Jonathan and Jesse Woodward.
      Executor: Son Jonathann Woodward.
      Wits: John Valentine, Ellis Woodward.
 with Jane
   Elizabeth 12   Ruth 12        Thomas 12      Ann 12         Jonathan 12
   b              b              b              b              b
   Amos 12        Jesse 12       Robert 12      James 12       Evan 12
   b              b              b              b              b

Elizabeth Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Thornbury 12

Ruth Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Lilley 12

Thomas Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1814 July 22 Edge, John. East Caln.
      1816 September 24.
      Provides for wife Jane. To son Thomas tract of land in East Caln bought
      of James Hood, cont. 65 acres; also another tract bought of said Hood,
      cont. 32 5/8 acres, and a lot in E. Caln on Brandywine, cont. 12 acres
      51 per. and 1/3 of a tract in W. Bradford, bought of Thomas & Robert
      Woodward, cont. 32 acres. To son George part of the farm on which I
      live, desc., cont. 115 1/2 A. To son John rem. of farm where I live &
      2/3 of tract in Bradford. To my 5 daughters, Sarah, widow of James
      Hannum, Ann, wife of Thomas Parke, Jane and Fanny Edge, and Mary, wife
      of Lea Pusey, $2133 1/3 each; also to each of said daus. a lot of land,
      as described, on Brandywine Creek, in East Caln, to be valued and
      accounted as part of their legacies. Rem. of land & personal est. to be
      sold and equally divided. Executors: Son Thomas Edge and son-in-law Lea
      Pusey. Wits: William Kersey, Richard Downing Jr., Wm. Downing.

Ann Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane
   mm ____ ___ __

Jonathan Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane

Amos Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane

Jesse Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane

Robert Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane

James Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane
   n. Below association whimsically based on son Robert's name only.... RWC75.
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia _
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1822 Sep 10 Woodward, James. West Bradford.
      1822 September 28.
      Provides for wife Lydia, inc. plantation containing 80 acres, until son
      Robert is 21, when it is to be sold and proceeds divided into 6 shares;
      two to son Robert and one each to daus. Eliza, Sarah, Ruth and
      Margaret. Executor: Friend Richard Pim, of East Caln.
      Wits: Richard Milleson, John Young.
      Wife to have the furnitue she brought with her.
 with Lydia
   Eliza _        Sarah _        Ruth _         Margaret _     Robert _
   b              b              b              b              b

Evan Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Woodward _ et ux Jane

Ellis Woodward _

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Eliza Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Woodward _ et ux Lydia

Sarah Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Woodward _ et ux Lydia

Ruth Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Woodward _ et ux Lydia

Margaret Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Woodward _ et ux Lydia

Robert Woodward _
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Woodward _ et ux Lydia


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Joel Woodward _
Elizabeth Woodward _
William Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1815 Nov 30 Woodward, Joel. West Bradford.
      Elizabeth and William Woodward, administrators.
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1808 Jul 23. Woodward, John. West Bradford.
      George and Joel Woodward, Administrators.
      Lydia, the widow, renouncing.

Joseph Woodward _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Woodward _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1811 Nov 27 Arnold, William. West Bradford.
      1816 April 30.
      To wife Margaret all personal estate, and real est. during life, and at
      her December the real estate to be sold and proceeds div.
      To Arnold Mann $400. Remainder equally between Rebecca, Margaret, Mary,
      Sarah, John and David, children of John & Mary McNutt (the former
      deceased). Executor: Joseph Woodward Jr., of West Bradford.
      Wits: Francis Carpenter, Moses Baily, Caleb Harlan.

William Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1789 Nov 09 Woodward, William.  W. Bradford.  Adm. to Mary Woodward.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1794 Aug 28. Humphrey, Marshall. West Bradford.
      (cod. 1799 June 6 & 1801 October 2) 1801 December 8.
      Provides for wife Margaret. To Ann, wife of Isaac Lloyd of
      Philadelphia, Salmon's Herbal in folio. To my cousin whose maiden name
      was Hannah Gibson 5. To niece Ann Lloyd and her sisters Mary Hill, and
      Rachel Hunter 20/each. To nieces Ruth Pennock, Mary Harlan, Ann Pierce
      and Hannah Way 20/each. To nieces Mary, wife of Jacob Hains and Hannah
      Pierce, widow of Caleb, 20/each. To cousin Alice Marshall, wife of
      Abraham 10. To cousin and foster daughter Alice Pennock mess and
      tenement lately occupied by William Woodward, with old storehouse, new
      storehouse, &c., purchased of Abraham Marshall; also two other lots cut-
      off by Strasburg Road. To nephew Caleb, son of Isaac Marshall, that
      part of my land which he now rents, partly in Newlin and in Bradford.
      To cousin William Gibbons, son of John Gibbons, my two lots in
      Wilmington. To cousin Joshua Marshall that part of my plantation on the
      Brandywine that he now rents; also 20 acres of woodland on south side
      of creek. To cousin Sarah Baily and Sarah Peirce $2 each. To nephew
      Moses Marshall that lives with me, remaining of plantation and mills
      now in tenure of Jona. Buffington, described; also mansion house and
      plantation I now live on, with 25 acres in Newlin and 15 acres of
      meadow adjoining Jas. Trimble &c.

Isaac Woodward _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1821 Dec 08 Huddeson (Hiddleson), Robert. West Bradford.
      1821 December 26.
      Personal estate to be sold and net proceeds divided among my seven
      children, Ann, John, Rebecca, James, Joseph, Mary Ann and Robert.
      To son Moses the plantation where I now reside, he paying to each of my
      aforesaid children $20.
      Executors: Son Moses Huddeson and Abraham Baily.
      Wits: Isaac Woodward, Thomas Ingram.

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William Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1823 Oct 29 Woodward, William. West Bradford.
      Thomas S. Woodward, administrator.

Thomas S. Woodward _

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   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Young _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1817 Jun 28 Young, John. West Bradford.
      1823 November 17.
      Provides for wife Rebecca. To my son James the 2 tracts of land in West
      Bradford where he now lives, cont. about 200 acres.
      To son Joseph the plantation bought of heirs of Robert Chalfant, in
      Newlin, whereon he now lives, cont. 135 acres.
      To my 4 daus. viz: Ruth Thomas, Rebecca Woodward, Jane Peirce and Lydia
      Peirce $500 each.
      To my 2 gr.children Charles & Robert Wilson $25 each.
      To son John the plantation and several tracts of land whereon I now
      live, which I hold by will of my father; also lot bought of James
      Trimble, cont. 11 acres; and all personal estate; he paying the
      legacies. Executor: Son John Young.
      Wits: Robert Miller, John Valentine, Thomas S. Valentine.

   n. WEST CALN

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Way _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Caleb Way _ et ux Rebecca
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1812 Mar 28 Way, Caleb. West Caln.
      1812 Nov 20
      Provides for wife Rebecca. To son James the plantation purchased of Wm.
      Sinkler and other lots as described, cont. in all about 206 acres; he
      paying to his son Caleb 200 and to his dau. Sarah Baily 100 and to my
      estate 260. To son John 10. To son William 40 per year during life.
      To son Jacob 92 1/4 acres purchased of Robert Withrow and 51 3/4 acres
      of the land bought of Samuel Kinkead; paying 300 to my est.
      To son James house, hatter's shop & 2 lots of ground & 150 in trust
      for use of dau. Phebe Eachus, during life.
      To said dau's. 8 children, Mary, Rebecca, Robert, Sarah, Charlotte,
      James, William, and Anne 50 each; sons at 21, daus at 18.
      To dau. Ann Way 600. To dau. Rebecca Woodward 562:10.
      To dau. Mary Way 600.
      To my 4 gr.chil. the issue of December'd. son Caleb, 500 as follows:
      To James 300: To John 84. To Rebecca & Mary Way 58 each at 18.
      To my 2 gr.chil. the issue of my December'd. son Joseph 600 as
      follows: To Walter 360, and to Jane 240 when of age.
      Gives $40 for repair of Friends' Meeting house & graveyard in West
      Caln. Rem. to be sold & div. among sons & daus.
      Executors: Son James Way. In case he dies before est. is settled up,
      wife & children to appoint a succesor to act as Exec.
      Wits: James Clemson, Jonathan H. Schofield, Benj. Gest.

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   n. CHESTER

Edward Woodward _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Engle _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Fredrick Engle _ et ux Abigail
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1778 Jul 20 Engle, Frederick.  Chester.   Adm. to Abigail Engle.
      (She m. Wm. Briggs.  Children Mary (m. Edward Woodward), John,
      Frederick, Elias, Abigail, Isaac, Joseph and Edward.)

   n. WEST CHESTER

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ _, widow of _ Lewis.
   wf PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1801 Dec 28. Woodward, Hannah, Widow. West Chester.
      1802 March 20.
      To my three sons, Phineas, James and David Lewis, and my two daughters,
      Rebecca Hoopes and Betty James, all estate in equal shares.
      Executors: Sons Phineas and David Lewis. Signed x.
      Wits. Jabez Hoopes, Sidney Hoopes.
 with _ Woodward _, apparently no issue.

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   n. NEW GARDEN

John Woodward _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Sharp _
   bf ____ ___ __ to _ Sharp _ et ux Ann  having brother George? who had sons
      Thomas, Samuel and Thomas having son Thomas.
   n. wf PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1778 Nov 20 Nichols, Ann.  Widow.  New Garden.
      1782 August 22.
      To sons John and Benjamin Sharp 20 each. To daughter Elizabeth, wife
      of James Nichols, 20.  To daughter Mary, wife of John Woodward, Jr.,
      20. To daughter Hannah, wife of John Brown, riding mare, clock, etc.
      To Thomas, son of George Sharp, 20 at 21. To Samuel, brother of said
      Thomas, 20 at 21. To grandson Thomas, son of son Thomas Sharp,
      deceased, 20 at 21. Executor: Friend and relation Samuel Sharp of
      Londongrove. Wit: Stephen White, William Allen, Thomas Ward.

Mary Woodward _
   n. wf PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1814 Dec 26 Jackson, Sarah. New Garden.
      1818 Jun 27
      To my sister Ruth Cloud and my dau. Mable Hoopes all wearing app'l.
      To my bro. Thomas Jackson $2.
      To my nephew Wm. Cloud $200 in trust for the use of his mother Ruth
      Cloud. To my cousin Ann Cherry $20.
      To gr.dau. Sarah Hadley articles of furniture.
      To my nephew Levi Wickersham $700. Rem. to the following persons:
      Israel Hoopes, Thomas Wickersham, Joel & Job Wickersham, Ann Wickersham,
      Mable Pyle, Mary Woodward, Joshua Cloud, Jr., Mary Seeds & Mary
      Michener & Ann Seeds. Executors: Levi Wickersham & Israel Hoopes.
      Wits: Jacob Taylor, William Thompson.

Lewis Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1824 Apr 12 Woodward, Lewis. New Garden.
      Sarah S. Woodward, administrator.

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   n. GOSHEN

William Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1778-1800
      1798 Sep 01 Baldwin, Benjamin.  Goshen.  Adm. to Elizabeth Baldwin and
      William Woodward.

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   n. KENNETT

T. Woodward _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1767 August 28 Miller, William. At present of Kennett, late of New Garden.
      1767 November 14.
      To daughter Mary wife of James Miller 1/4 of all estate real and
      personal.  To granddaughter Ruth Miller, daughter of Jas. and Mary, bed
      &c.  Executors to sell all estate and proceeds equally divided between
      daughter Mary aforesaid, daughter Hannah wife of Wm. Whitesides,
      daughter Margaret wife of Jonathan Hanson and my granddaughter Ruth.
      Executors:  Nephews Jesse of Kennet and Saml. Miller of New Garden.
      Wit:  Lydia Miller, David Hayes, T. Woodward.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1770 Jan 08 Mason, George.  Kennett.
      1774 November 12.  Buried at New Garden October 26,
      1774. To sons Joseph, Benjamin and Mathew one guinea each.  To daughter
      Mary 20 "when my hay is sold which is at Risborough in Yorkshire."  To
      daughter Rachel one guinea.  To daughter Jane 10 at 21.  To wife 1/3
      of estate during life.  To sons John and James and daughter Grace all
      my lands in Maryland when 21.  To son George all the land I now live
      upon and all remainder of estate, also Executor. Wit:  T. Woodward,
      Elizabeth Woodward.

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   n. NEW LONDON

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Fuery _
   bf ____ ___ __ to _ Fuery _ et ux Elizabeth
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1765 Jan 09 Fuery, Elizabeth.  New London.
      1777 June 6.
      To son Wm. Kelley 10.  To daughter Ann Woodward 10.  To son Joseph
      Fuery and daughter Margaret Kelley plantation I now live on "and keep
      the tavern" and to Margaret 100 and bound servant Mary Kenan.  To
      daughters Hillen Hair and Jane Arthur 20 each.  To grandson Joseph
      Leach 10 when of age. Executors:  John Scott and Margaret Kelley.
      Letters to Margaret, Scott renouncing.
      Wit:  James Reed, Esther Brown.
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   n. LONDONGROVE

   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1784 Apr 02 Speakman, Hugh.  Londongrove.
      1790 June 22, 1790.
      To son Enoch 10. To sons Amos and Caleb all my now dwelling plantation,
      paying legacies. To son Jesse 100 at 22. To daughter Sarah 40. To
      daughter Ann 10. Remainder equally divided.
      Executors: Sons Amos and Caleb.
      Wit: Jesse Pennock, Samuel Woodward.

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Starr _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1810 May 28 Starr, Thomas. Londongrove.
      1818 November 6.
      Provides for wife Sarah. To children of son John, December'd., 110.
      To son Thomas 110 in trust for his children.
      To son Jonathan 110 in trust during his lifetime.
      To daus. Rachel Pennock, Isabella Walton, Unice Pyle, Sarah Brook and
      Hannah Woodward 110 each.
      To my two gr.children John and Margaret Cook 80, to be divided.
      To 6 gr.children, Thomas Pennock, Reuben Walton, Reuben Pyle, Thomas
      Starr, Thomas Brook & Starr Brook 10 each.
      Executor: Son-in-law Isaac Walton.
      Wits: Mahlon Philips, William Chandler, John Philips.

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   n. EAST MARLBOROUGH

Enoch Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co. 1768-1778 Will Abstracts
      1771 Nov 27 Woodward, Enoch.  East Marlborough.  Adm. to
      Zachariah and Catherine Shuggart.

Elizabeth Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co. 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1812 Feb 18 Woodward, Elizabeth. East Marlborough.
      Joseph Painter & Eli Harvey, administrators.

Thomas Woodward _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1748-1766 Will Abstracts
      1753 Jan 30 Pusey, Caleb.  East Marlborough.  Yeoman.
      1765 May 36.  D. 40.
      To son Robert 20 shillings.  To son David the land which I call Wantage
      containing 152 acres, he paying to his sister Margaret, wife of John
      Perry 30.  To son in law William Swayne, my desk.  To Margaret widow
      of son Caleb and to his 4 children, viz., Thomas, Prudence, Elizabeth
      and James 30.  To son Thomas all remainder of estate real and personal,
      he paying to his sister Ann, wife of William Swayne 30.
      Executor:  Son Thomas.
      Wit:  Hannah Brown, T. Woodward, Benjamin Leonard.
      *  The will of Margaret Pusey of the town of New Castle, widow, dated
      1769 December 28 proved 1771 March 5 gives all estate equally
      between her three beloved children, Thomas, Prudence and Elizabeth and
      appoints Thomas executor.  Made her mark.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1771 Feb 19 Hayes, William.  E. Marlboro.
      1783 June 18.
      Plantation whereon son Mordecai now lives to be sold after 3 years. To
      grandson David, son of John Hayes, deceased, 5 shillings. To son David
      20. To grandson Jacob Hayes, son of Mordecai, messuage and lot in
      Wilmington, Delaware, with rev. to grandson Samuel Swayne. To
      granddaughter Hannah Lamborn 5 at 21, with rev. to granddaughter
      Rachel Swayne. To daughter Hannah Swayne 50. Remainder to 4 children
      Hannah Swayne, Mordecai, Thomas and Joshua Hayes.  Mordecai to have a
      double share. Executor: Mordecai.
      Wit: William Swayne, T. Woodward, Elizabeth Willson.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1784 June 13 Windle, Francis.  E. Marlborough.
      Codicil: 1784 June 18.
      1788 October 9.
      To son David plantation whereon I now dwell consisting of 2 tracts
      [des], one containing 126 acres and 2 water courses containing 212 and
      123 perches. To son William messuage, etc. where my son Moses now
      dwells in E. Marlboro [des], containing 54 acres, paying to his brother
      Moses 50. To son Thomas 5 shillings. To daughter Ann Evans 5
      shillings. To son Moses 5 shillings. Executors: Sons David and
      William. Wit: Caleb Swayne, Thomas Woodward, Jr., Thomas Woodward.
   wm PA, Chester Co. 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1785 Feb 18 Woodward, Thomas.  E. Marlboro.
      1786 May 19.
      To son  Samuel 5, surveying instruments, books, draughts, etc. To son
      Thomas 5, watch, wearing apparel, etc. To daughter Rebecca Dixon 15.
      To daughter Elizabeth Painter 10. To daughter Mary Smith. All
      remainder real and personal to wife Elizabeth, also Executrix, sons
      Samuel and Thomas to be her assistants. Wit: William Swayne, Joel Baily,
      David Pusey.
   wf PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1812 Feb 18. Woodward, Elizabeth. East Marlborough.
      Joseph Painter & Eli Harvey, administrators.
 with
   Samuel _       Thomas _       Rebecca _      Elizabeth _    Mary _
   b              b              b              b              b


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Samuel Woodward 11
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Swayne 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Caleb Swayne 10 et ux Mary
   n. wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1801-1825
      1824 Sep 30 Swayne, Caleb. East Marlborough.
      1825 November 15.
      Provides for wife Mary. To dau. Ann Woodward $200.
      To dau. Rest Cope 500. To sons Benjamin and Huson $740 each.
      All obligations of son-in-law Samuel Woodward to be cancelled.
      To son Caleb the tract of land whereon I live, he paying legacies.
      Executors: Sons Benjamin, Huson and Caleb Swayne.
      Wits: William Swayne, Jr., Joel Swayne, Jr.
      (Letters to Benjamin & Caleb Swayne.)
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1809 Feb 04. Hoopes, Daniel. Londongrove.
      1809 October 14.
      Plantation whereon I now dwell, containing 120 acres; also lot of
      woodland containing 5-1/2 acres, and personal property not devised, to
      be sold and proceeds divided equally between my children, Mary
      Garretson, Nathan, William, George, James, Ellis, Daniel and Margaret
      Hoopes, share and share alike. Executors: Son Daniel Hoopes and friend
      Jonathan Hoopes. Wits.: John Jackson, Samuel Woodward, John Pennock.
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1812 Feb 07 Samuel Woodward. Londongrove.
      1814 March 8.
      Plantation whereon I now live and lot of land in Londonderry to be
      sold; also personal property. Provides for wife, not named.
      To dau. Sarah 50. To son Thomas 30.
      To daus. Rachel, Rebecca, Hannah, Elizabeth, Lydia & Esther 90 ea.
      (The last named four at 18.)
      To gr.dau. Susanna Swayne 10 at 18 right of her mother's share.
      To gr.son Samuel Fell 10 at 21.
      Rem. of estate to 6 sons, John, Samuel, William, Thomas, Levi and Lewis
      (the latter under 15.)
      Executors: Sons John and Samuel Woodward.
      Wits: Thos Pennington, John Jackson, William Jackson.
 with Ann (nee Swain 11) Woodward
   Sarah 12       Rachel 12      Rebecca 12     John 12        Samuel 12
   b              b              b              b              b
   William 12     Thomas 12      Levi 12        Hannah 12      Elizabeth 12
   b              b              b              b              b
   Lewis 12       Lydia 12       Esther 12
   b              b              b

Sarah Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

Rachel Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

Rebecca Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

John Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1821 Sep 24 Halliday. Jacob. Londongrove.
      1822 April 6.
      Provides for wife Ann, including plantation whereon I live, during
      life; afterward to my nephew Halliday Jackson, he paying legacies.
      To Friends' School called Westtown $133 1/3 for schooling poor children,
      and $100 to New Garden Monthly Meeting for the use of the poor. To my
      nieces Sarah Hutton and Mabel Hoopes all household goods, stock, &c.
      Executor: Nephew Halliday Jackson.
      Wits: James Kelton, John Woodward, David Kelton.

Samuel Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1819 June 26 Flower, Thomas. Londongrove.
      1819 July 14.
      To my sisters Lydia & Rebecca Flower all my real & personal est.
      Executor: Joseph Sharp.
      Wits: Samuel Woodward, Mary Sharp, Jas. Kelton.

William Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

Thomas Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

Levi Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      Miller, William. Kennett.
      December 10, 1813. December 22, 1813.
      All my lotts of land and profits arising therefrom to Elizabeth Davis
      during life, under the care of my executors; also all personal estate
      except household goods and money. After her decease said real estate to
      be sold and proceeds to brother James Miller, when legally demanded by
      him. Executors: Friends Levi Woodward and Jonathan Miller.
      Wits: Henry Paxson, William Faris.

Hannah Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

Elizabeth Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

Lewis Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

Lydia Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.

Esther Woodward 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Woodward 11 et ux Ann (nee Swayne 11) Woodward.


   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1791 Apr 20. Jackson, John.  E. Marlborough.
      1791 June 6.
      Provides for wife Margaret. To son Thomas the plantation, etc. I now
      live on, containing about 100 acres. To eldest son Isaac 5 shillings.
      To son John and his 7 children, Rachel, Sarah, Susanna, John, Joseph,
      Samuel and Thomas 30 each. To sons James and Thomas 5 shillings each.
      To my 3 daughters, Hannah Rowan, Sarah Woodward and Ann Bailey 5
      shillings each. To grandson John Pusey, riding chair. Executors: Sons
      Isaac and Thomas. Letters to Thomas, the other renouncing.
      Wit: Isaac Baily, David Windle.

   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1794 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 200 and 300 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 38.12 each at 18. To daughter Jane
      Gawthrop 237. To daughter Dinah Brown 125. To daughter Phebe Gatchall
      308. Remainder to son William, also executor. Wit: Joseph Barnard,
      Joshua Woodward, Richard Barnard, Jr.

Eli Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Dingee _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1817 Oct 08 Dingee, Jacob. East Marlborough.
      1820 January 02, 1820 April 07
      Provides for wife Lydia. To my five children, Lydia Atkinson, Elizabeth,
      wife of Eli Woodward, Obadiah, Mary and Rebecca Dingee, plantation
      where I now dwell & "all my backland."
      Also to said children all personal estate, having already given sons
      Richard & Jacob $3000 each.
      To my sister Hannah Hackney $100.
      To Julia Brown or her heirs $50.
      Executor: Son-in-law Eli Woodward.
      Wits: Jas. Woodward, Jos. Woodward, E. Bradley.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1820 Apr 24 Harper, Thomas. East Marlborough.
      1820 May --.
      To my cousin James Harper in Ireland, watch and wearing apparel.
      To my half sister in Ireland the remainder of a sum of money owing to
      me from estate of Jacob Dingee; being $208.62.
      Executors: Friends Eli Woodward and Lydia Atkinson.
      Wits: Joseph Maris, William Mills.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1824 Jul 05 Dingee, Richard. East Marlborough.
      1824 August 19.
      All real & personal estate to be sold. To Julian Brown $100.
      Rem. to be divided among bros. & sisters, Lydia Atkinson, Elizabeth
      Woodward, Jacob, Obadiah & Rebecca Dingee & Mary Pennock.
      Executors: Gideon Wickersham and Jonathan Sellers.
      Wits: Isaac Sellers, William Peters, Jr.

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Swayne _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Caleb Swayne _ et ux Mary
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1824 Sep 30. Swayne, Caleb. East Marlborough.
      1825 November 15.
      Provides for wife Mary. To dau. Ann Woodward $200.
      To dau. Rest Cope 500. To sons Benjamin and Huson $740 each.
      All obligations of son-in-law Samuel Woodward to be cancelled.
      To son Caleb the tract of land whereon I live, he paying legacies.
      Executors: Sons Benjamin, Huson and Caleb Swayne.
      Wits: William Swayne, Jr., Joel Swayne, Jr.
      (Letters to Benjamin & Caleb Swayne.)

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   n. WEST MARLBOROUGH

   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1748-1766 Will Abstracts
      1751 Jun 05 Jackson, Thomas.  West Marlborough.  Yeoman.
      1756 May 3. D. 42.
      To son John 20.  To son Jonathan 50.  To daughter Ann Jackson 40 and
      all household goods.  To daughter Judith Ivory 16.  To daughter Mary
      Wright 20.  To daughter Elizabeth Chalfant 16.  To grandson Thomas
      Jackson, son of Jonathan a colt.  To the children of son Thomas
      deceased 24.  To all grandchildren 20 shillings each.  Remainder real
      and personal to be sold.  Executors:  Sons John and Jonathan.
      Letters to Jonathan, John being deceased.
      Wit:  Robert Johnson, Moses Pyle, T. Woodward.
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   n. MIDDLETOWN

Richard Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1682-1726, B_3.
      1706 Sep 06 Woodward, Richard.  Middletown, Chester Co.  Yeoman.
      1706 September 6, 1706/7 January 8.  C. 45.
      Other children Thomas, Jane, Mary, Sarah and Martha, wife of ---
      Baker. Executors:  Wife Jane and son Joseph.
      Overseers:  Sons Richard and Edward.
      Witnesses:  Joseph Jarvis, John Worrilaw, James Cooper.
   b              b              b              b              b
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   n. WEST NANTMEAL

Thomas Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Millard _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Millard _ et ux
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1805 Dec 02 Millard, Thomas. West Nantmel.
      1818 February 21.
      To oldest dau. Hannah Brown's surviving children 38.
      To daus. Rachel, Jane and Elizabeth, 50 each; the latter not to
      receive hers unless personally calling for it.
      To son Thomas 50. Rem. to dau. Rebecca.
      Executors: Dau. Rebecca and her husband, Thomas Woodward.
      Wits: Joseph Millard, Thomas Millard.
      Letters to Rebecca, Thomas Woodward being deceased.
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1808 Mar 16. Woodward, Thomas. East Nantmel.
      Rebecca Woodward, Administrator.


   n.  NEWLIN

   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1776 Feb 13 NICHOLS, William.  Newlin.
      1776 May 4.
      Provides for wife Hannah.  To son Amos plantation in Newlin containing
      125 acres and all remainder of personal estate paying to each of his
      brothers William, Jonathan and James 60 and to my daughter Elizabeth,
      wife of Edward King, 25.  To daughter Mary wife of Geo. Martin 25.
      To daughter Hannah wife of George Gregson 25 and to daughter Emey 25.
      Son Amos paying the expense of building a stone wall around one square
      perch of land to enclose my grave in the Church yard in West
      Marlborough. Executors:  Son Amos and friend Charles Wilson.  Letters
      to Nichols, the other being absent.
      Wit:  Thomas Wilson, Alexander Patterson, Thos. Woodward.
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   n. NEWTOWN

Edward Woodward 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Thomas 10.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Thomas 09 et ux
      n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1713-1748 Will Abstracts.
      1752 Jul 20 Thomas, Thomas.  Newtown.  Yeoman.
      1754 May 13 C. 480.
      To daughter Sarah Thomas 10 and articles named.  To daughter Priscilla
      18 in household goods.  To Joseph Dickinson and wife Margaret 15
      shillings.  To sons Jacob and William 5 each.  Directs Executors to
      provide for son Solomon during life "and not suffer him to be abused by
      an means."  To son Hezekiah my plantation whereon I live in Newtown
      containing about 150 acres with stock. Executor:  Son Hezekiah.
      Trustees:  Brother in law Edward Woodward and William Lewis.
      Wit:  Thamar Thomas, Sarah Miles, Thomas Thomas.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1748-1766
      1754 May 15 Woodward, Edward.  Newtown.  Yeoman.
      1754 November 12  C. 515.
      Provides for wife Elizabeth.  To son George my plantation in Newtown
      whereon I dwell containing about 200 acres as the same was conveyed to
      me by my former wife and Robert Tippin with stock, he paying legacies
      as follows:  To daughter Jane Woodward 60.  To daughter Margaret, wife
      of Aaron Vernon 5.  To daughter Abigail, wife of Moses Vernon 5.  To
      daughter Hannah, wife of William Hunter 5.  To grandchildren of
      daughter Margaret Vernon 10 shillings each.  To grandson Edward
      Woodward, son of Edward deceased, old Bible my mother gave me.  To all
      other grandchildren 10 shillings each.  To Joseph, son of Peter Taylor
      deceased, 5 at 21.  To Margaret McLone the woman who now lives with me
      5.  To John Bradley the boy that now lives with me 5 if he lives with
      George till he is 21.
      Executor:  Son George.
      Trustees:  Son in law William Hunter and William Levis.
      Wit:  John Williamson, William Levis, George Smedley, Jr.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1778-1800
      1782 Feb 15 Woodward, Elizabeth.  Newtown.
      1784 May 28.
      To daughter Elizabeth Smedley what little she has of mine in her
      possession, except wearing apparel which I give to my other daughter
      Margaret Thomas. To the heirs of son Mordecai Taylor, deceased, heirs
      of daughter Sarah Heacock, deceased, and my other 5 children, Nathan,
      Peter and John Taylor, Elizabeth Smedley and Margaret Thomas, all
      remainder of estate. Executors: Son Peter Taylor and grandson Peter
      Smedley. Wit: Aaron Rettew, Isaac Edwards.
 with Elizabeth (nee _ 10)
   Edward 11      George 11      Jane 11        Margaret 11    Abigail 11
   b              b              b              b              b
   Hannah 11
   b

Edward Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Elizabeth
   mf ____ ___ __
   dm<1754 May 15
 with
   Edward 12
   b

George Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Elizabeth
   wm PA, Chester Co. 1713-1748 Will Abstracts
      Smedley, George. Willistown.
      February 28, 1723. March 29, 1723. A. 148.
      To daughter Alice Woodward 10. To grandchildren that is the children
      of John Edge, 1/2 of all estate at 21 and 18. Land in Willistown,
      containing 200 acres to be sold and all personal
      estate and proceeds divided between sons Thomas and George and
      son in law John Williamson who are also executors.
      Witnesses: Sarah and Harry, William Lewis.
   wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1748-1766
      1756 Dec 13 Woodward, George.  Newtown.
      1757 Jan 20 D. 69.
      To sister Jane Woodward my plantation I now live on as it was given me
      by my father, subject to interest of my mother in law, Elizabeth
      Woodward.  To sisters Margaret, Abigail and Hannah 5 each.  To cousin
      Edward Woodward silver watch.  To Nathan Vernon, sister Abigail's son
      5.  To John Bradley, my servant boy, 5 at 21.  Test signed.
      Executors:  Sister Jane Woodward and friend William Lewis.
      Wit:  Richard Fawkes, Martha Bittle, George Smedley, Jr.

Jane Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward 10 et ux Elizabeth

Margaret Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward 10 et ux Elizabeth
   mm ____ ___ __ Aaron Vernon 11

Abigail Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward 10 et ux Elizabeth
   mm ____ ___ __ Moses Vernon 11
 with Moses
   Nathan 12

Hannah Woodward 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward 10 et ux Elizabeth
   mm ____ ___ __ William Hunter 11

Edward Woodward 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward 11


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   n. WEST NOTTINGHAM

Thomas Woodward 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Kirk 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Roger Kirk 09
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1748-1766 Will Abstracts
      1759 Jun 30 Kirk, Roger.  West Nottingham.
      Directs body to be buried in Friends Burying Ground in East Nottingham.
      Provides for wife Elizabeth including tract of land in East Nottingham
      containing 100 acres purchased of Daniel Brown, also Mulatto girl
      Phillis, negro girl Jenny, negro man Harry and negro boy Tobe.  To son
      Timothy 5 and to his wife Ann 5.  To son William 10 acres, part of
      plantation whereon I now dwell, also 5 and to his wife Mary 5.  To
      daughter Elizabeth Woodward 30 and to her husband, Thomas 5.  To
      Mathew Aughiltree, husband to my daughter Deborah deceased 5 shillings.
      To daughter Rebecca Cook 40 and mulatto girl Violet and to her husband
      John Cook 5.  To son Samuel plantation where I now dwell, also stock.
      To grandson Roger Kirk, son of Timothy tract of land in East and West
      Nottingham containing 150 acres.  To grandson Nathaniel Kirk, son of
      William 1/4 of lot of land in Charlestown on North East River, the
      other 1/4 of do to grandson Samuel Woodward.  To granddaughter Rebecca
      Woodward furniture.  To grandchildren Jacob, William, Elizabeth,
      Katherine and Joseph Wollison, children of Joseph and Deborah Wollison
      deceased 10 each when of age.  All remainder to wife Elizabeth, also
      Executrix. Witnesses:  Elisha Hughes, Benjamin Chandler, Alexander
      McCaskey.
      dm 1761 March 28.
      1761 April 14 will proved.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1748-1766 Will Abstracts
      1763 Aug 22  Kirk, Samuel.  West Nottingham.
      1764 August 28.
      To brother Timothy Kirk 5.  To cousin Joseph Kirk horse.  To cousin
      Abner Kirk all the land South of the great road at my mother's decease
      and when he is 21.  To cousin Samuel Woodward all land North of road at
      my mother's decease.  To cousin Timothy Kirk all shop tools.  To cousin
      Roger Kirk all my books.  To cousin Joseph Woolison chest.  To cousin
      Jacob Kirk my desk.  To cousin Thomas Woodward mare and saddle.  To
      cousin William Cook all wearing apparel.  To cousin Rebecca Woodward
      all my sheep.  To cousin Mary Woodward a cow.  To cousin Elizabeth
      Woolison bed and bedding.  To mother Elizabeth Kirk negro wench June
      Executor:  Brother Thomas Woodward. Witnesses:  James Maxwell, Andrew
      Willson, Isabella Maxwell.
 with Elizabeth (nee Kirk 10)
   Samuel 11      Rebecca 11     Thomas 11      Mary 11
   b              b              b              b

Samuel Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kirk 10) Woodward.

Rebecca Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kirk 10) Woodward.

Thomas Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kirk 10) Woodward.

Mary Woodward 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Woodward 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kirk 10) Woodward.

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   n. PENNSBURY

   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1766-1778 Will Abstracts.
      1776 Jun 21 Way, Jacob.  Pennsbury.
      1777 January 28.
      To son Joseph plantation in Pennsbury on which I now dwell containing
      about 150 acres, he allowing to wife Mary the privileges mentioned in
      certain Articles of agreement Tripartite 13th of 6th mo. 1767 between
      us before our marriage.  To son John 20 shillings and to his son Jacob
      the 2 vols. of Anthony Pervers translation of the Bible.  To son-in-law
      Jesse Taylor and wife Ann 20 shillings.  To son-in-law John Bennett and
      wife Ruth 20 shillings.  To son-in-law John Hawk and wife Sarah 20
      shillings.  To son James 30.  To son-in-law Thomas Harry and wife
      Rachel 20 shillings.  To son-in-law Stephen Hayes and Betty his wife
      lott of ground in Borough of Wilmington containing 2 acres.  To
      daughter Hannah 70.  To granddaughter Mary Logan 1/2 of my marsh
      meadow on Christiana Creek, also 20 shillings and to her mother Jane
      Logan 20 shillings.  To son Amos 5 shillings.  To son-in-law John
      Holahan and wife Phebe 70.  To granddaughter Hannah Hayes 1/4 of marsh
      meadow.  To granddaughter Ann daughter of son James 1/4 of marsh
      meadow.  Remainder divided among daughters, share of daughter Sarah in
      trust. Executor:  Son Joseph.
      Wit:  Amos Davies, Thos. Woodward, Jas. Wickersham.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1776 April 18 Way, John.  Pennsbury.
      1782 January 13.
      Provides for wife Ann. To son Jacob plantation, etc. in Pennsbury,
      containing about 200 acres, paying 400 to executor. To son Caleb and
      daughter Rebecca 5 shillings each. To daughter Lydia 170. To daughter
      Ann 120. To daughter Ruth 100 in Trust "if she turn from her evil
      courses of life." To daughter Rachel, wife of Isaac Larkin, 170. To
      grandson John Miller, son of daughter Sarah, deceased, 5. To the
      children of daughter Betty Brown, deceased, 40 shillings to be divided
      as they come of age. To 4 sons, Robert, John, Jacob and Benjamin my 2
      lotts of land, etc. in Wilmington. Executors: Wife Ann, son Jacob.
      Wit: Amos Davis, John Lamborn, Thomas Woodward.

Alice Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to _ Woodward _ et ux Alice.
   wf PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1818 May 07. Woodward, Alice, Jr. Pennsbury.
      Alice Woodward, administrator.

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   n. UPPER PROVIDENCE


Edward Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail Edge _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Edge _ et ux Jane
   n. wm PA, Philadelphia Co., 1682-1726 Will Abstracts
      1711 Jul 10. Edge, John.  Nether Providence Township, Chester Co.  Yeoman.
      1711 August 22.  C. 247.
      Wife Jane.  Daughter Abigail Woodward and her children Edward and
      Abigail.  Granddaughter Margaret Woodward.  Granddaughter, name not
      given, daughter of his son John.  Brother Joseph.  Son-in-law Edward
      Woodward. Executors:  Sons Jacob and John.
      Trustees:  John Sharpless and James Sharpless.
      Witnesses:  Thomas Pearson, John Powell and John Simcock.
 with Abigail (nee Edge _) Woodward
   Edward _       Abigail _
   b              b

Edward Woodward _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Abigail (nee Edge _) Woodward
 with
   Margaret _
   b

Edward Woodward _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1783 Aug 20 Calvert, John.  U. Providence.
      1783 November 26.
      To wife Hannah 1/3 of all estate and a large family Bible that was her
      mother's. To son Abraham 1/3 of all estate. To son Thomas the remaining
      1/3 of all estate. Wearing apparel to 3 sons, Nathaniel, Abraham and
      Thomas. To son Nathaniel 5. To daughter Lydia, wife of David Dunn, 5.
      To daughter Esther, wife of Joseph Jobson, 5. To daughter Hannah, wife
      of Joseph Garrison, 5. Executors: Sons Abraham and Thomas.
      Wit: Thomas Pritches, Edwd. Woodward.
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      Ackroyd, John.  Chester Co.  October 1, 1784.  Adm. to Edward Woodward
      and Philip Kirk.

_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah
   dm
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Gilpin _
   n. wf PA, Delaware Co., 1789-1835 Will Abstracts
      1793 Feb 12. Gilpin, Sarah, Upper Providence.
      1800 February 17.
      Daughters Mary Crosley, Abigail Gilpin and Lydia PORTER, daughter in
      law Mary Woodward wife of son Edward Woodward, grandchildren Sarah
      Woodward, Alice Woodward, Edward Woodward, All real estate to son
      Edward. Exr: Son Edward.
      Wits: David Pratt and Thomas Calverte. #161.
 with Sarah
   Edward _


Edward Woodward _
   bm ____ ___ __ to _ Woodward_ et ux Sarah
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   wm PA, Delaware Co., 1789-1835 Will Abstracts
      1805 Sep 06 Edward Woodward, Edward, Middletown.
      Wife ____, son Edward (minor) land in Middletown on East side of
      Edgmont Road lines of Frederick Fairlamb, Ridley Creek, Abraham Seyes
      and Patrick Mulvaney. Daughters Sarah, Alice, Jean, Mary and Betty and
      heirs all West of same. Last three minors.
      Codicil September 26, 1805 - same witnesses.
      *Election of Mary Woodward to take her dower of the estate of Edward
      Woodward 1805 October 14. NOT IN DOCKET.
      Exrs: Joseph Engle and Frederick James.
      Wits: Isaac G. Gilpin, Jonathan BONSALL, Jr. #258.
 with Mary
   Sarah _        Alice _        Jean _         Mary _         Betty _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Edward _
   b

Sarah Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Sarah

Alice Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Sarah

Jean Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Sarah

Mary Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Sarah

Betty Woodward _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Sarah

Edward Woodward _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Woodward _ et ux Sarah



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   n. SPRINGFIELD

Richard Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Coppock _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Bartholomew Coppock _ et ux
   n. wm PA, Chester Co. 1713-1748 Will Abstracts 1713-1748
      1720 Feb 05 Coppock, Bartholomew. Springfield.
      1720 February 22.
      A. 93. To my 3 sons and their wives, viz Richard Woodward and wife, my
      daughter Mary, Wm. West and my daughter Deborah, and Robt. Williamson
      and my daughter Hannah 5 shillings each. All remainder of estate, real
      and personal to wife Ellen, for her maintenance during life, with power
      to dispose of what remains at her death among her children. Just signed
      B. Executors: brother in law Danl. Williamson and Evan Lewis.
      Witnesses: Jonathan Heacock, John Scholar, Jane Scholar.

Richard Woodward _
   n. Of Bradford.
   mf ____ ___ __
   bf ____ ___ __ to George James _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co. Will Abstracts 1713-1748
      1720 Jan 28 James, George. Springfield.
      1720 April 23 A. 96.
      Provides for wife Anne, remainder of estate real and personal to be
      sold and money divided as follows. 1/3 to wife Anne and of the
      remainder a double share to son Mordecai, equal shares to 6 daughters,
      viz Sarah, Mary, Jane, Hannah, Anne and Eliz. James at 21 or married.
      Son Mordecai to be apprenticed. Executors: brother in law Richard
      Woodward of Bradford and Kinsman David Register.
      Witnesses: John B. Broomall, Thomas Taylor, Susanna Taylor.
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   n. THORNBURY


_ Woodward _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ _, widow Martin.
   wf PA, Chester Co., 1801-1825 Will Abstracts
      1803 Jul 26 Woodward, Hannah. Widow. Thornbury.
      1814 August 10.
      To the children of son Moses Martin, deceased, 20 to be divided.
      To the children of son John Martin, deceased, 20.
      To son George Martin 20.
      To sons Joseph and Thomas Martin 20 each.
      To children of dau. Hannah Hoopes, deceased, 20, to be divided.
      To dau. Abigail Bennett 12: 10, wearing apparel, &c., and all accounts
      due from her husband, Silas Bennett, to be cancelled.
      To gr.dau. Rachel, dau. of son Moses Martin, case of drawers.
      Exrs. to sell land whereon I dwell, containing about 9 acres.
      Rem. in 7 equal shares, to Moses, John, and the others above named.
      Executors: Sons George Martin, Thomas Woodward.
      Wits: Caleb Dilworth, Caleb Dilworth Jr.
 with
   Thomas _
   b

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   n. VINCENT

   n. wf PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1795 Mar 09. Thomas, Sarah.  Vincent.
      1799 December 26.
      To sons Benjamin, Virgil, and Paris Eachus 5 shillings each. To son
      Abner Eachus 10. To grandson William Thomas 5 shillings. To son
      William Evans 20 when of age. To my 4 daughters-in-law, Mary, wife of
      Benjamin, Bethsheba, wife of Virgil, Mary, wife of Paris, and Mary,
      wife of Abner, all wearing apparel. To son Jesse Evans all remainder of
      estate when of age. Executors: John Ralston, son Jesse Evans.
      Letters to Evans, the other renouncing.
      Wit: John Evans, Silvester Woodward.

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   n. WILLISTON

Woodward _
   wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      1798 May 26. Woodward, Henry.  Willistown.  Adm. to John Woodward and
      Thomas Calbert.


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John Woodward _
   n. wm PA, Philadelphia Co., 1682-1726 Will Abstracts
      1711 Jun 12 Delwyn, William.  Philadelphia.
      1711 October 5  C. 264.
      Wife Sarah.  Son John.  Friends Christopher Blackburne; John Barnes;
      John Woodward, laborer; John Tilly; Samuel Brookes; John Oxley of
      Philadelphia, carrier; Elizabeth Gibbs alias Lodger, widow; Hannah
      Morris, widow; Stephen Milar of Philadelphia, mariner, for his son
      John; Joseph Jennet. Executors:  Dr. John Goodsonn and John Webb,
      tailor. Witnesses:  Peter Wishart, Sarah Brigam and Thomas Botbeon.

Jacob Woodward _
   wm PA, Philadelphia Co., 1810-1815 Will Abstracts, B_3
      1794 Feb 27. Woodward, Jacob. Phila. House Carpenter.
      1811 February 5. 3.347.
      All estate to wife Mary, at her decease to her children:
      Mary, Elizabeth, Sarah and Deborah.
      Exec: Sd. wife Mary.
      Wit: John Yeager, Adam May
 with Mary  (appears to be no issue with Jacob)


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William Woodward _
   n. wm PA, Chester Co., 1778-1800 Will Abstracts
      Hoopes, Samuel.  Chester Co., October 1, 1784.  Adm. to Rebecca Hoopes
      and William Woodward.


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William Woodward _
   bm 1828
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P260-261   R443 P463A L18  437/452.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Medford Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 24, _ Clark, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Woodward           22M Glass Blower               NJ
 Caroline   "               43F                            NJ
 Charles    "                9M                            NJ       S
 Jane Ann   "                6F                            NJ       S
 Elizabeth  "                4F                            NJ       S
 John H.    "                2M                            NJ

Caleb Wpodward _
   bm 1782
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R443 P505B L8  475/495.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Evesham Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Caleb Crispin              42M Farmer                 5000NJ
 Mary   "                   39F                            NJ
 William B.  "              11M                            NJ
 Samuel    "                 1M                            NJ
 Caleb Woodward             68M                            NJ
 Polly Calhoun              66F                            NJ
 George Newmen              12M                            PA

Sarah Woodward _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R446 P18B L33  16/16.
      NJ, Cape_May Co., Dennis_T Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Asst Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jacob Wells                38M ...keep34              3300NJ, B...
 Hannah  "                  31F                                      I
 Townsend  "                10M                                     S
 Martin  "                   5M                                     S
 Edward  "                   2M
 Sarah Woodward             13F                                     S
 Mary Creamer               19F                                      I


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      Reference:
      1. Soundex  W363 - Woodward
      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
         PA_MRRJC - Marriage Register of Rev. Joseph Castle 1825-1874.
      3. Ancestry.com
      4. Bill Abrams
      5. The Pancoast Family of America - Bennett
      6. Genealogies of Families of Watertown, MA.  - Dr. Henry Bond  GSPA.
      7. The English Origin of Nathaniel Woodward
         Author: Doris J. Woodward and Patricia Law Hatcher
         Publication: The Maine Genealogist Nov. 1998, Vol 20, Number 4

finis
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Index


Abigail Woodward 11 P14                Abigail Woodward 11 P37               
Abner Woodward 11 P19                  Abraham Woodward 12 P17               
Abram Woodward _ P16                   Agnes Woodward 63 P3                  
Alice Woodward 10 P12                  Alice Woodward _ P39                  
Alice Woodward _ P40                   Amos Woodward 11 P14                  
Amos Woodward 12 P21                   Ann Woodward 11 P14                   
Ann Woodward 11 P19                    Ann Woodward 12 P15                   
Ann Woodward 12 P21                    Ann Woodward 66 P6                    
Anna Woodward _ P11                    Anthony Woodward 64 P4                
Anthony Woodward 65 P5                 Anthony Woodward 66 P7                
Anthony Woodward 67 P10                Benjamin Woodward 63 P3               
Benjamin Woodward 67 P10               Betty Woodward _ P40                  
Caleb Woodward 12 P15                  Caleb Wpodward _ P47                  
Clement Woodward 65 P5                 Constant Woodward 67 P10              
Deborah Woodward 10 P12                Deborah Woodward 11 P17               
Deborah Woodward 12 P17                Deborah Woodward 66 P6                
Edward Woodward 10 P37                 Edward Woodward 11 P37                
Edward Woodward 12 P37                 Edward Woodward 65 P5                 
Edward Woodward _ P26                  Edward Woodward _ P40                 
Eli Woodward 12 P15                    Eli Woodward _ P16                    
Eli Woodward _ P33                     Eliza Woodward _ P22                  
Elizabeth Woodward 11 P17              Elizabeth Woodward 12 P21             
Elizabeth Woodward 12 P33              Elizabeth Woodward 63 P3              
Elizabeth Woodward 65 P5               Elizabeth Woodward _ P11              
Elizabeth Woodward _ P23               Elizabeth Woodward _ P32              
Ellis Woodward _ P21                   Enoch Woodward _ P32                  
Esther Woodward 11 P17                 Esther Woodward 12 P33                
Evan Woodward 12 P21                   Ezekiel Woodward 63 P3                
Ezekiel Woodward 66 P6                 George Woodward 11 P37                
George Woodward 66 P7                  George Woodward 67 P10                
Grace Woodward 11 P17                  Hannah Woodward 11 P17                
Hannah Woodward 11 P19                 Hannah Woodward 11 P37                
Hannah Woodward 12 P15                 Hannah Woodward 12 P16                
Hannah Woodward 12 P33                 Hannah Woodward 66 P6                 
Hannah Woodward _ P11                  Henry Woodward 10 P12                 
Henry Woodward 11 P13                  Henry Woodward 11 P14                 
Isaac Woodward _ P23                   Israel Woodward 66 P7                 
Jacob Woodward 11 P19                  Jacob Woodward _ P45                  
James Woodward 11 P19                  James Woodward 12 P16                 
James Woodward 12 P21                  James Woodward 63 P3                  
James Woodward 67 P9                   James Woodward P16                    
James Woodward_ P18                    Jane Woodward 11 P17                  
Jane Woodward 11 P19                   Jane Woodward 11 P37                  
Jean Woodward _ P40                    Jesse Woodward 12 P21                 
Joel Woodward _ P23                    John Woodward 10 P12                  
John Woodward 11 P14                   John Woodward 11 P17                  
John Woodward 12 P16                   John Woodward 12 P33                  
John Woodward 63 P3                    John Woodward 65 P5                   
John Woodward 66 P7                    John Woodward _ P16                   
John Woodward _ P27                    John Woodward _ P45                   
Jonathan Woodward 12 P21               Joseph Woodward 10 P19                
Joseph Woodward 11 P19                 Joseph Woodward 12 P17                
Joseph Woodward 65 P5                  Joseph Woodward 66 P6                 
Joseph Woodward 66 P7                  Joseph Woodward 66 P8                 
Joseph Woodward 67 P9                  Joseph Woodward _ P16                 
Joseph Woodward _ P18                  Joseph Woodward _ P23                 
Lambert Woodward 63 P3                 Lambert Woodward 64 P3                
Levi Woodward 12 P33                   Lewis Woodward 12 P33                 
Lewis Woodward _ P27                   Lydia Woodward 11 P19                 
Lydia Woodward 12 P15                  Lydia Woodward 12 P33                 
Margaret Woodward 11 P37               Margaret Woodward 64 P3               
Margaret Woodward 66 P6                Margaret Woodward 67 P10              
Margaret Woodward _ P22                Martha Woodward 65 P5                 
Mary Woodward 10 P12                   Mary Woodward 11 P13                  
Mary Woodward 11 P14                   Mary Woodward 11 P17                  
Mary Woodward 11 P38                   Mary Woodward 12 P16                  
Mary Woodward 65 P5                    Mary Woodward 66 P6                   
Mary Woodward _ P11                    Mary Woodward _ P27                   
Mary Woodward _ P40                    Nathaniel Woodward 62 P2              
Nathaniel Woodward 63 P3               Nathaniel Woodward 64 P3              
Nayle Woodward 11 P14                  Nimrod Tilton Woodward 67 P10         
Phebe Woodward 12 P15                  Prudence Woodward 63 P3               
Rachel Ellis Woodward _ P11            Rachel Woodward 12 P17                
Rachel Woodward 12 P33                 Rebecca Woodward 11 P19               
Rebecca Woodward 11 P38                Rebecca Woodward 12 P33               
Rebeccah Woodward _ P11                Rhoda Woodward _ P11                  
Richard Woodward 09 P12                Richard Woodward 10 P12               
Richard Woodward 10 P17                Richard Woodward 11 P14               
Richard Woodward 11 P17                Richard Woodward _ P20                
Richard Woodward _ P35                 Richard Woodward _ P41                
Robert Woodward 11 P21                 Robert Woodward 12 P21                
Robert Woodward 63 P3                  Robert Woodward 67 P10                
Robert Woodward _ P22                  Ruth Woodward 12 P21                  
Ruth Woodward _ P22                    Samuel Woodward 11 P33                
Samuel Woodward 11 P38                 Samuel Woodward 12 P33                
Samuel Woodward 65 P5                  Samuel Woodward 66 P7                 
Sarah Woodward 11 P14                  Sarah Woodward 11 P17                 
Sarah Woodward 12 P15                  Sarah Woodward 12 P33                 
Sarah Woodward 65 P5                   Sarah Woodward 68 P11                 
Sarah Woodward _ P11                   Sarah Woodward _ P22                  
Sarah Woodward _ P40                   Sarah Woodward _ P47                  
T. Woodward _ P29                      Thomas S. Woodward _ P24              
Thomas Woodward 10 P12                 Thomas Woodward 10 P38                
Thomas Woodward 11 P14                 Thomas Woodward 11 P38                
Thomas Woodward 12 P21                 Thomas Woodward 12 P33                
Thomas Woodward 63 P3                  Thomas Woodward 65 P5                 
Thomas Woodward 66 P6                  Thomas Woodward 66 P7                 
Thomas Woodward 67 P9                  Thomas Woodward _ P16                 
Thomas Woodward _ P32                  Thomas Woodward _ P36                 
Valeriah Woodward 67 P10               William Woodward 11 P17               
William Woodward 12 P16                William Woodward 12 P33               
William Woodward 65 P5                 William Woodward _ P11                
William Woodward _ P16                 William Woodward _ P23                
William Woodward _ P24                 William Woodward _ P28                
William Woodward _ P46                 William Woodward _ P47                
Woodward _ P44                                                               



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Ash, Joshua 10 P12                     Bennett, William 10 P12               
Bloomfield, Sarah 63 P3                Bowers, Edward P11                    
Britan, Richard P11                    Burroughs, John 64 P3                 
Cloud, Sarah P16                       Collum, Elizabeth 66 P7               
Conyers, Samuel 65 P5                  Coppock, Mary P41                     
Cowgill, Rachel 65 P5                  Demis, Hannah 65 P5                   
Dennis, Jacob 65 P5                    Dingee, Elizabeth P33                 
Dobbins, _ 66 P6                       Doughty, Elias 68 P11                 
Dunklet, Elizabeth P11                 Edge, Abigail P40                     
Engle, Mary P26                        Entriken, George 11 P17               
Field, Thomas P11                      Forman, Susannah 66 P6                
Foulke, Hannah 64 P4                   Fuery, Ann P30                        
Gilpin, _ P40                          Harmon, Peter P11                     
Hayes, _ 11 P17                        Henry, Charles P11                    
Hunter, William 11 P37                 Ivins, Israel 67 P10                  
Jones, Evan 11 P17                     King, John 65 P5                      
Kirk, Elizabeth 10 P38                 Lawrence, Margaret 62 P2              
Lewis, Samuel P11                      Lilley, Thomas 12 P21                 
Lippincott, Jacob 65 P5                Martin, Rebecca 10 P19                
Mason, Philip P11                      Middleton, Thomas P11                 
Millard, Rebecca P36                   Milleson, James 11 P17                
Nayle, Mary 09 P12                     P17, Hannah P17                       
P21, P21 P21                           P37, P37 P37                          
P40, Mary P40                          P40, Sarah P40                        
P41, P41 P41                           Pyle, Hannah 10 P12                   
Reynolds, _ 66 P6                      Sharp, Mary P27                       
Starr, Hannah P31                      Starr, Rachel P16                     
Steward, Aaron P11                     Stondard, Israel P11                  
Strode, John 10 P12                    Swayne, Ann 11 P33                    
Swayne, Ann P33                        Tallman, _ 67 P10                     
Talman, Joseph 66 P6                   Taylor, Robert P5                     
Thomas, Elizabeth 10 P37               Thornbury, Thomas 12 P21              
Tilton, Deborah 66 P7                  Tolman, Joseph 66 P6                  
Underwood, Joseph 11 P17               Vernon, Aaron 11 P37                  
Vernon, Moses 11 P37                   Warner, Hannah 65 P5                  
Way, Rebecca P25                       Williams, Anne 67 P10                 
Williams, Constance 65 P5              Wilson, Thomas 11 P17                 
Wood, _ 66 P6                          Woodward, Josiah P11                  
Young, John 11 P17                     Young, Rebecca P25                    
_, Abigail 11 P17                      _, Delviah P11                        
_, Elizabeth 65 P5                     _, Hannah P26                         
_, Hannah P42                          _, Jane 11 P21                        
_, Lydia 11 P14                        _, Lydia P21                          
_, Martha 10 P17                       _, Mary 66 P7                         
_, Mary P16                            _, Sarah P20                          

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