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NJA Vol. 21 - VOLUME C -- GLOUCESTER DEEDS, No. 2

 


VOLUME C -- GLOUCESTER DEEDS, No. 2.


1652-1664. Accounts for farm rents by the Mercers' Company of Lon-
don, for Woodborne, Northumberland. 1

1652-1664. Do. Do. by John MAY et al., Trustees of the Parish of
Hampstead, Co. of Middlesex. 3

1652-1660. Do. Do. payable out of the Prebend of Binchester. 5

1653-1660. Do. Do. by Anthony CHESTON, tenant to the Manor of
Erswell, Suffolk. 7

1653-1660. Do. Do. by John GEESON and Robert CRANE, tenants of
the Manor of Chamberlynes in Erswell, Suffolk. 9

1655-1660. Do. Do. by John LITTLETON of Enfield, Dr. in
Divinity. 11

1654-1660. Do. Do. by Peeter HERINGHOOKE and John GODSCALL,
tenants of a house in Buckler's Bury, London. 13


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1654-1660. Do. Do. by Blunt SADLER and Richard HANSONN, ten-
ants of a house in Buckler's Bury, London. 15

1654-1660. Do. Do. by Richard PRICE, tenant of a house in Buck-
ler's Bury, London. 17

1655-1659. Do. Do. by John POWELL, late tenant of a house at the
West end of Paules, London, given to this Corporation by Captain CAYSH,
and now occupied by Paule SINDERLY of London, citizen and ------? 19

1655-1659. Do. Do. by Edward BARNARD, tenant of a house in Trin-
ity Parish, London. 21

1657-1660. Do. Do. by Thomas DENHAM, tenant of the farm,
called Suffolk Place, Co. of Kent, leased from Sir Robert JOSLAYNE. 23

1701-2 Feb. 5. Deed. Francis COLLINS of Burlington, gentleman, to
Richard GREY of Newton, Gloucester Co., husbandman, for 117 acres on
the Southside of and along Cooper's Creek, said Co., from the mouth of a
small run to John WILLIS. 25

1701 Sept. 20. Do. John BROWN of Woodbury Creek, Gloucester
Co., son and heir of John BROWN of Upton on Gloucester River dec'd, to
Arthur POWELL of said Co., for 118 acres in several lots, to wit: 51 a.,
bought by the father of Israel WARD of said Upton January 9, 1698-9, of
which 50 front the Southbranch of Gloucester R., adjoining Edward WILLIAMS
and 1 a. adjoins Joseph TOMLINSON; 32 a., bought of Edw. WILLIAMS
January 9, 1698-9, of which 30 front on said river, next to John HEDGER,
and 2 a. are part of an 8 a. lot, surveyed to said WILLIAMS; 35 a. bought
of William WARD of Upton December 9, 1698, of which 25 are on the
Southside of said South branch and 10 a. in the Cat taile meadow. 26

1701-2 March 2. Do. Thomas KENDALL of Gloucester Co., brick-
layer, as executor of John CORNISH of Burlington dec'd, to Joseph AUSTELL
of Gloucester, gentleman, for 220 acres, part of the 2,000 acre tract
bought by said CORNISH of John WILLIS Junior, attorney of his father, Feb-
ruary 15, 1689-90, John WILLIS Senior having purchansed it from Edward
BYLLING and Trustees March 27, 1682-3. 28

1701 Dec. 2. Do. Thomas BULL to George BROWN alias WARD, both
of Gloucester, husbandman, for a plantation of 250 a. at Upton, said
Co., fronting on the Southside of the South branch of Gloucester River,
bought of Isaac PEARSON of Salem June 8, 1698. 29

1701 Dec. 1. Do. Andrew ROBESON of Greewich, Gloucester Co.,
executor of the last will of Samuel ROBESON of Philadelphia, gent:, dec'd,
to Peter DE LACHAUMETTE of Barkley River, said Co., yeoman, for 100 acres
on the Northside of Barclay R., S. E. the Beaver-Branch of said river,
N. W. Daniel LINDSEY, part of a share of W. J., sold by Edw. BYLING
and Trustees to Andrew ROBESON, father of said Samuel, March 1, 1676-7. 31


1689 Sept. 7. Do. William SALSBURY of Gloucester, carpenter, to
Jonathan WAYNWRIGHT of Woodbury Creek, shoemaker, for 100 acres on
said creek, N. W. William WARNER, S. E. John TEST, lately John BROWNE. 32


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1677 Aug. 31. Do. Benjamin BARTLETT of Westminster, Co. of Mid-
dlesex, gentleman, to Thomas HOWELL of Harleston, Co. of Stafford, yeo-
man, for 1/4 of 1/2 of a share of W. J. 33 and 35

1689-90 Feb. 12. Do. William CHESTER, planter, to Thomas SHERMAN,
carpenter, both of Newton, Gloucester Co., for 1 3-5 acres in the
town of Gloucester and 8 a. in townbounds, beloning to 1-25 of a share
bought of Joseph WOOD January 26, 1688-9. 38

1689 June 20. Do. Robert TURNER of Philadelphia, merchant, to
John WALKER of Old Markett, Gloucester Co., joiner, for 100 acres, part
of 1/4 of a share bought of James GRAHAM of New York, April 12, 1684. 40

1689 April 3. Do. Henry BEAL of Bradley, Co. of Stafford, maulster,
to Mordecai HOWELL of Tamworth, Co. of Warwick, gent:, for 1/8 of a
share of W. J. 42

1689 April 4. Bond. Same to same, for the proper observance of the
foregoing conveyance. 45

1681 Dec. 24. Deed. Edward BYLLYNGE of London, gent:, to John
BISSELL of Loxley, Co. of Warwick, gent:, for 1-20 of a share of W. J. 46

1689-90 1st d. 1st m. (March). Do. Robert ZANE of Newton, Glou-
cester Co., yeoman, to Mathew MEDCALFE of Gloucester, blacksmith, for 2
acres in Gloucester and 10 a. in townbounds, part of 1-20 of a share 48

1689-90 1st d. 1st m. (March). Do. Jonathan WOOD of Gloucester
Co., weaver, to Mathew MEDCALFE (as above), for 1 3-5 acres in Gloucester
and 8 a. in townbounds, part of 1-25 a share bought of Robert EWER Octo-
ber 22, 1688. 50

1689 Sept. 14. Do. Jonathan WAYNEWRIGHT, shoemaker, to John
TATUM, carpenter, both of Woodbury Creek, Gloucester Co., for half of
the 100 acre lot on said creek bought of Wm. SALSBURY September 7 last
(supra, p. 32). 52

1689 June 10. Do. Andrew ROBESON of W. J., proprietor, to John
PARKER, late of Road Island, yeoman, for 500 acres on Great Mantoes
Creek, Gloucester Co. 54

1689 Oct. 11. Do. Thomas GARDINER, administrator of Thomas
MATTHEWES of Woodbury Creek dec'd, to Samuel HARRISON of near Gloucester
mariner, for 1-20 of a share, part of 3/8 bought by said MATTHEWES of Edw.
BYLLYNGE et al. November 15, 1681. 55

1688-9 20th d. 1st m. (March). Do. Robert TURNER of Philadel-
phia, merchant, to John BURROUGHTS of Gloucester Co., planter, for 100
acres in W. J., part of 1/4 of a share, bought of James GRAYHAM April 12, 1684. 57


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1689-90 Feb. 1. Do. John PARKER to Robert PARKER, both of W. J.,
yeoman, for 140 acres on Great Mantow Creek, in Gloucester Co., S. of
grantor's 500 a. lot. 59

1688-9 4th d. 1st m. (March). Warrant. John READING, Commis-
sioner, to Andrew ROBESON, Surveyor General of West Jersey to lay out
500 acres on Cooper's Creek, for Thomas CHAUNDERS, already settled by him. 61

1689 4th d. 3d m. (May). Return of survey by Thomas SHARP of 500
acres for Thomas CHAUNDERS, on Cooper's Creek, between Henry WOOD,
Henry ITHELL in Steels Bay and Matthew BURDEN. 61

1687-8 March 12. Deed. Daniel HOWELL, son and heir apparent of
Thomas Howell of W. J. dec'd, to Mordecai HOWELL, for 250 acres on
Cooper's Creek, adjoining Richard WRIGHT and Francis COLLINS. 62

1688 July 1. Do. Mordecai HOWELL, executor of the last will of his
father Thomas HOWELL, to Daniel HOWELL, all of Cooper's Creek, Glou-
cester Co., for 1/8 of a share of W. J., excepting the preceding 250 acres and
100 a. on the creek laid out for Richard WRIGHT. 64

1690 June 2. Do. Daniel HOWELL, late of W. J., now of Philadel-
phia, yeoman, to Daniel PEGG of Hartsfield near Philadelphia, brick-
maker, for 300 acres in W. J. 65 and 66

1684 May 19. Do. Edward BYLLYNGE of London to Richard HERRITAGE
of Brayles, Co. of Warwick, carpenter, for 100 acres, to be surveyed in W. J. 68 and 70

1688 March 28. Do. Thomas SCHOLEY of Ony-onickhon, W. J., hus-
bandman, to Nicholas YOUNG, late of Burlington, sawyer, formerly ser-
vant of Roger HAWKELINGS of Penna., whose estate and SCHOLEY bought,
for 100 acres, to be surveyed in W. J. 71

1690 June 24. Recantation by Samuel TAYLOR of Gloucester River,
W. J., sawyer, of calumnies told about John LADD of that place, and wife Sarah. 72

1689 10th d. 7th m. (Sept.). Deed. James READ of Muscle Criple in
White Clay Creek, Co. of New Castle, Penna., yeoman, and wife Sara, ex-
ecutrix of the last will of her former husband, John SMITH, dec'd, to Chris-
topher WATKINS of the Lower Hook, Gloucester Co., gentleman, for 300 acres
in W. J., bought by said John SMITH of Edw. BYLLYNG et al. March 2, 1676-7. 73

1689-90 Feb. 10. Do. Robert TURNER of Sweadland near Philadel-
phia, merchant, to Thomas ffAIRMAN of near Philadelphia, merchant, for
1,000 acres, to be surveyed in W. J. 75

1690 Aug. 29. Do. Robert EWER of Philadelphia, merchant, to Joseph
WOOD of Gloucester Co., W. J., yeoman, for 1/4 of a share of W. J. 77 and 78

1690 Aug. 30. Bond. Same to same, for the faithful observance of
foregoing conveyance. 81

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1689-90 March 4. Deed. John LADD of Gloucester River, Glouces-
ter Co., yeoman, to Jacob COZENS of said Co., serge weaver, for 61 1/2 acres,
to be surveyed in W. J., as part of 1-25 of a share. 82

1688 Dec. 25. Do. Same to Jonathan WOOD of Gloucester Co.,
weaver, for 1/2 of 1-20 of a share of W. J., bought of Robert TURNER, ex-
cept one half of 250 acres in said Co. and of the town and town bounds
lot in Gloucester. 83

1688-9 March 1. Do. Same to John BROWNE of Vper Red Bank,
Gloucester Co., and wife Ann, for the land belonging to the second divi-
dend of 1/2 of 1-20 of a share, or 120 acres, to be surveyed in W. J. 86

1688-9 7th d. 11th m. (Jan.). Do. Same to James WHITEALL of Glou-
cester R., planter, for 100 acres in W. J. 88

1689 May 3. Do. Robert TURNER, merchant, to Isaac PEARSON, smith,
both of Philadelphia, for 200 acres in Gloucester Co., W. J., on the
South branch of Gloucester River. 91

1688 Nov. 30. Do. Same to Joseph WOOD of W. J., yeoman, for 190
acres with allowance for Salem highway and 10 a. of meadow S. W. of it,
along Timber Creek. (Lease and Release.) 92

1690 Sept. 2. Do. Robert STILES of Crapwell River, Burlington Co.,
yeoman, to Mordecai HOWELL of Cooper's Creek, Gloucester Co., yeoman,
for 50 acres on Cooper's Cr., adjoining grantee, half of the lot bequeathed
by Thomas HOWELL dec'd, to his daughter Priscilla, wife of said STILES. 94

1689-90 Jan. 22. Do. Daniel HOWELL of Cooper's Cr., Gloucester
Co., yeoman, to Isaac PEARSON of Gloucester River, said Co., smith, for 50
acres, to be surveyed in W. J. 95

1689-90 Jan. 22. Bond. Same to same, for the faithful observance of
the foregoing conveyance. 96

1686 May 12. Deed. Richard LAWRENCE of the Lower Hook, W. J.,
yeoman, to John TEST of Red Bank Creek, W. J., yeoman, for 150 acres
on the Northside of Long Harry's or Red Bank Cr., along a small run. 97

1689 18th d. 8th m. (Oct.). Do. Joseph BROWNE of near Philadel-
phia, brickmaker, and Gervace (Jarvis) BYWATER of Philadelphia, hus-
bandman, executors of Wm. HIGGINS of near Philadelphia, brickmaker,
dec'd, to John TEST of the same place, inn holder, for 80 acres on Wood-
bury Creek, Gloucester Co., W. J., S. E. grantee, N. W. John BROWNE,
lately grantee's. 100

1689-90 Jan. 17. Do. John WILLIS Senior of Wantage, Co. of Berks,
England, yeoman, by his son and attorney, John WILLIS Junior of Cooper's
Creek, Gloucester Co., W. J., to John TEST of Philadelphia, innholder,
for 100 acres on Woodbury Creek, Gloucester Co., S. E. Wm. WARNER, N.
W. the Hors-shoe branch of said creek. 101


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1690 Sept. 20. Do. Joseph WOOD of Gloucester Co., yeoman, to
John TEST (as above), for 54 acres in W. J., part of his 1/4 of a share
bought of Robert EWER August 30, 1690. 102

1690 May 1. Do. Mordecai HOWELL of Cooper's Creek, Gloucester
Co., yeoman, to George GOLDSMITH of Newton Cr., same Co., yeoman, for
200 acres, to be surveyed in W. J. as part of 1/8 of a share bought of Henry
BEAL of Bradly, Co. of Stafford, England, April 4, 1689. 104

1690 Sept. 1. Do. Joseph WOOD, yeoman, to Joseph TOMLINSON,
husbandman, both of Gloucester Co., for 112 1/2 acres in W. J., part of the
1/4 of a share bought of Robert EWER. 105 and 106

1690 Sept. 2. Bond. Same to same, for the faithful observance of
foregoing conveyance. 107

1690 Oct. 31. Deed. Daniel HOWELL, late of Cooper's Creek, Glou-
cester Co., now of Philadelphia, eldest son of Thomas HOWELL of said
creek, dec'd, to John KAY of Darley, Gloucester Co., yeoman, for 200 acres
to be surveyed in W. J. as part of 1/8 of a share bought of Mordecai HOWELL,
executor of said Thomas. 108

1690 Nov. 4. Do. William SALSBURY, late of Gloucester, W. J., now
of Philadelphia, carpenter, to Daniel READING of Gloucester River, Esqre,
for a lot in Gloucester, 20 yards wide, 66 yards long, N. E. a lot adjoining
Widow BULL, S. E. back lots, S. W. grantee, N. W. Water St. and Dela-
ware R., bought of John READING January 20, 1688-9. 110

1689 Sept. 1. Do. William ROYDON of Pine Point, Gloucester Co.,
gent., to Daniel READING (as above), for a lot in Gloucester, 20 yards
wide, 66 long, to be surveyed according to law. 111

1689-90 Jan. 16. Do. Same to William COOPER of Pine Point, yeo-
man, for 78 acres in Gloucester Co., on Delaware R., one end right over
against Philadelphia, the other adjoining grantee, S. W. Zachariah
WHITPAINE, N. grantee; also 50 a. next to said WHITPAINE, bought of Samuel
CARPENTER, December 12, 1689. 112

1689-90 Jan. 18. Bond. Same to same, for the faithful observance
of the foregoing conveyance. 114

1691 April 30. Do. Daniel HOWELL, son and heir of Thomas HOWELL
dec'd, and Mordecai HOWELL, executor of said Thomas, to John WRIGHT of
Cooper's Creek, Gloucester Co., son and heir of Richard WRIGHT of the
same place, dec'd, for 100 acres in Gloucester Co., part of 1/8 of a share
bought by Tho: HOWELL of Benj. BARTLETT September 1, 1677, on a branch
of Cooper's Creek, adjoining Francis COLLINS. 115

1690 April 13. Bond. John WRIGHT to Mordecai HOWELL, both of
Cooper's Creek, to hold him harmless in the Court of Justices of the
Peace, Francis COLLINS and John WOOD, concerning an obligation. 116

1691 April 13. Do. Same to Thomas CHAUNDERS of the same place,
as the preceding. 117


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1691 April 30. Articles of agreement. Constance WRIGHT, widow of
Richard WRIGHT, with John WRIGHT, son and administrator of said Rich-
ard, concerning the division of the property. 117 and 119

1691 April 30. Bond. John WRIGHT to his mother Constance WRIGHT,
for the faithful observance of the foregoing agreement. 118

1691 April 30. Do. Constance WRIGHT to her son John WRIGHT, as
the preceding. 119

1691 April 30. Do. John WRIGHT to his eldest sister Sarah WRIGHT,
spinster, for the payment of 12. 120

1691 April 30. Release. Sarah WRIGHT of Cooper's Creek, spinster,
to her brother John WRIGHT, of all claims upon the estate of their father
Richard WRIGHT. 120

1691 April 30. The same bond and release to and from Hannah, the
youngest daughter of Richard WRIGHT. 121

1691 May 18. Deed. Mordecai HOWELL of Cooper's Creek, Glouces-
ter Co., yeoman, to Samuel ffURNIS of Burlington, saddler, for 200 acres,
to be surveyed as part of 1/8 of a share bought of Henry BEALE. 121

1691 July 21. Do. Robert TURNER of Sweadland, near Philadelphia,
merchant, to Thomas CHAUNDERS of Sealsgreen, Gloucester Co., W. J.,
yeoman, for 100 acres, to be surveyed in W. J., as part of his 1/2 of a share. 123

1691 Aug. 3. Return of survey by John READING, Deputy Surveyor for
the seacoast, of the foregoing 100 acres with 5 a. highway allowance, at
Mulberry Point, near Great Egg Harbour, on Poquesaute or Chaunders Creek. 124

1688 20th d. 2d m. (April). Deed. Andrew ROBESON of Clommel,
Gloucester Co., W. J., Esqre, to Joshua LORD of said Co., carpenter, for
200 acres in W. J., to be surveyed as part of one share. 124

1690 Sept. 2. John LADD of Gloucester River, Gloucester Co., yeo-
man, to Joseph TOMLINSON of said Co., husbandman, for 100 acres in
W. J., part of the 300 a. lot bought of Cornelius EMPSON February 21, 1689-90. 125

1691 1st d. 4th m. (June). Do. Francis COLLINS of Mount-well,
Gloucester Co., yeoman, to Thomas ATKINSON, late of the same place,
bricklayer, for 157 acres in said Co., on the South branch of Cooper's
Creek, N. E. Wm. BATE, E. John MARTIN. 126

1691 June 16. Do. Same to Simeon ELLIS of Gloucester Co., cloth-
ier, for 200 acres, S. W. the North branch of Cooper's Cr., S. E. John
KAY, N. E. unsurveyed land, N. W. Francis or Margaret COLLINS. 127

1690-1 March 21. Do. Thomas SHARP of Newton, Gloucester Co.,
yeoman, to Samuel HARRISON of Gloucester, mariner, for 1 1/3 acre in Glou-
cester and 6 2/3 a. in town bounds, belonging to 1-30 of a share. 128

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1690-1 March 21. Bond. Same to same, for the faithful observance
of the foregoing conveyance. 131

1687-4 [sic] 24th d. 1st m. (March). Deed. Robert TURNER of Philadel-
phia, merchant, to William BATE of Newton, Gloucester Co., yeoman, for
250 acres at the head of a small branch of Cooper's Creek, in Gloucester
Co., adjoining John WILLIS. 131

1692 Aug. 30. Do. Thomas CHAUNDERS, late of West Jersey, now of
Philadelphia, smith, to Arthur POWELL of Penapecca Creek, Philadelphia
Co., Penna., yeoman, for 100 acres at Mullberry Point (supra, pp. 123 and 124). 133

1692 Aug. 30. Do. Robert TURNER of Philadelphia, merchant, to
Arthur POWELL (as above), for 100 acres on the sea-coast near Great Egge
Harbour. 134

1692 Sept. 20. Do. Jonathan WOOD Junior of Woodbury Creek,
Gloucester Co., executor to Joseph WOOD of the same place, dec'd, and
Jonathan WOOD Senior, father and guardian of the first, to Thomas NORRICE
of Vpton on Gloucester River, planter, for 100 acres, to be surveyed in W. J. 136

1692 Sept. 29. Do. Daniel HOWELL of Hartsfield near Philadelphia,
yeoman, to Daniel PEGGE of the same place, brickmaker, for 90 acres, to
be surveyed in W. J. as part of the 400 a. lot bought of Mordecai HOWELL
June 5, 1690. 138

1691-2 Feb. 1. Do. Daniel HOWELL, late of Cooper's Creek, now of
near Philadelphia, son and heir of Thomas HOWELL of the said creek, dec'd,
to his brother Mordecai HOWELL of the same place, executor of their
father's last will, for 430 acres on the N. E. side of Cooper's Creek, S. E.
John WRIGHT and Francis COLLINS, N. E. Henry WOOD and ----, N. W.
Moses LAKIN and Katharine HOWELL, S. W. said creek, called Linewell. 140

1692 May 28. Do. Robert TURNER of Philadelphia, merchant, to
Samuel HARRISON of Gloucester, mariner (incomplete). 142

1696-7 March 1. Do. John READING of Gloucester, Gloucester Co.,
yeoman, to Harmanus HELME of said Co., husbandman, for 200 acres in W. J. 143

1700 Oct. 1. Do. Richard HERRITAGE of Sutton New Garden, Glou-
cester Co., yeoman, to William MATTLOCK of Cropwell, W. J., yeoman, for
940 acres on the Southbranch of Cooper's Creek, N. and N. W. lately John
WILLIS, now John HADDON, Mordecai HOWELL, Zachariah PRICKETT, lately
John BISSELL's; 790 a. thereof bought of John SIBLEY and wife Katharine
of Philadelphia June 1, 1696, as part of 6-25 of a share of W. J., devised
to said Katharine by her former husband Isaac MARTIN; 130 a. bought of
John READING February 1, 1695-6, being part of 350 a. purchased by said
READING as the land belonging to 1/8 of a share, from Maurice TRENT of
Penna., mariner, as attorney for his uncle Maurice TRENT of Leith, Scot-
land, merchant; 20 a. bought of James ATKINSON of W. J., yeoman, June 15, 1700. 143

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1692 April 12. Do. William LOVEJOY of Gloucester Co., carpenter,
to James ATKINSON of Newton, said Co., yeoman, for 100 acres to be sur-
veyed in W. J., bought of John SKEINE (SKIENE) of Peachfield, Burlington
Co., January 6, 1688-9. 146

1692-3 March 1. Do. Robert TURNER of Sweadland, near Philadel-
phia, merchant, to Samuel TOMBS of Gloucester Co., yeoman, for 100
acres, to be surveyed in W. J. 147

1692 Oct. 29. Do. Andrew ROBESON of Philadelphia, Esqre, to
Richard LAWRENCE of the Lower Hook, Gloucester Co., gentleman, for
150 acres in said Co., on Old Mans or Barkly Creek, S. E. Daniel LINDSY,
N. grantee. 149

1690-1 March 2. Do. Joseph WOOD of Gloucester Co., yeoman, to
William CHESTER of Newton, said Co., planter, for 71 acres, E. grantee,
S. the North branch of Gloucester River, W. Samuel TAYLOR. 150

1689 Nov. 30. Do. Same to same for 95 acres in Gloucester Co., E.
John HUGGE, S. the North branch of Gloucester R., W. grantor. 152

1693 June 3. Do. John TEST of Philadelphia, inn holder, to John
HEALY of Jamaica "in ye parts of America," mariner, for 484 acres, on
the Northside of Woodbury Creek, in two lots: 384 a. on said creek, S.
E. Jonathan WOOD, N. W. John TATUM; 100 a. lower down on the same
creek, S. E. William WARNER, N. W. the Horse shoe Branch of said creek. 154

1693 June 3. Do. Thomas GARDINER of Grovely, Gloucester Co., ad-
ministrator of Thomas MATTHEWS dec'd, to John HEALY of the Island of
Jamaica, mariner, for 12 acres in W. J., part of 3/8 of a share bought by
said MATTHEWS of Edw. BYLLYNGE et al. November 15, 1681. 158

1689-90 March 13. Do. Robert TURNER, merchant, to Edward
SMOUT, sawyer, both of Philadelphia, for 446 acres to be surveyed in W. J. 160

1693 Nov. 18. Do. John BETHELL, late of W. J., now of Sculkill,
Penna., miller, to Thomas NICKSON of New Castle Co., Penna., husband-
man, for 183 acres on the Southside of Woodbury Creek, Gloucester Co.,
E. James THOMAS, W. Elthew CORNOCKS, N. said creek; also 1 1/2 a. of
meadow, adjoining William WARNER. 162

1693 Dec. 31. Do. Thomas GARDINER of Grovely, Gloucester Co.,
administrator of Tho: MATTHEWS dec'd, to Hugh DURBORROW, sawyer, Dan-
iel STANDISH, bricklayer, and Daniel RADLEY, sawyer, all of Philadelphia,
for 355 acres in Gloucester Co., N. William STEEL, S. John and Samuel
DENNIS, E. the South branch of Gloucester River. 165

1692-3 March 24. Do. William LOVEJOY of Gloucester Co., yeoman,
to John MARTIN of Philadelphia, tailor, for 150 acres in Gloucester Co.,
on the South branch of Cooper's Creek, S. grantee. 168



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1693-4 March 1. Do. Thomas THACKERA of Newton, Gloucester Co.,
yeoman, to James GRAISBERRY of the same place, shipwright, for 200 acres
in said Co., on the Northside and along Gloucester River, E. John ASHBROOK,
W. Anthony SHARP. 170

1693 April 15. Do. John BURROUGHS and James GRAISBERRY, late of
the Island of Bermudoes, now of Philadelphia, shipwrithts, to John
WILLIS of Philadelphia, ship wright, for 50 acres on Newton Creek, Glouces-
ter Co., between Samuel STACY and Francis COLLINS, part of a 500 a. lot on
the S. E. side of and along said creek, S. W. Wm. BATE and Archibald
MICKELL, N. E. Samuel STACY, S. E. Francis COLLINS, bought by grantors of
Robert TURNER November 5, 1693. 174

1694 Aug. 3. Letter. Timothy FORBES of Burlington to Thomas
GARDINER concerning a sale of 50 acres to Wm. LOVEJOY, with affidavit of
Joseph HUTCHESON, made at Philadelphia February 1, 1695-6, that he was
present when said FORBES sold the land to LOVEJOY at the house of Rich-
ard BASNETT. 176

1699 Oct. 3. Will of Peter MATTSON alias DALBO of Little Mantus
Creek, W. J., written and translated from the Swedish by Andrew RUDMAN,
Minister at Wicacoe. Wife Kathrine; sons--Peter, Mathias, Jacob,
John, daughters Elizabeth, Kathrine, Mary, Margrett, Bridgett. Legacy
to Wicacoe Church. Real estate and personal property. Witnesses--
Andrew RUDMAN, Andrew BANKSON, Woolla DALBO. Proved September 1, 1701. [No page #]

1700 Sept. 24. Sheriff's Sale. Matthew MEDCALFE, High Sheriff of
Gloucester Co., to Nathaniel WESTLAND of Burlington, for 500 acres on the
Southside of Great Mantus Creek and the upper side of Dedford Creek,
formerly owned by John CLARK of London, brewer, judgment debtor of
said WESTLAND. [No page #]



 




 

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