Sarah Rebecca Wills
|Sarah Rebecca Wills is the daughter of Benajah Wills and Cecilia Bate. |
|Marriage*||Sarah Rebecca Wills married an unknown person. |
M, b. 5 August 1854
- [S305] Captain, Supply Corps, U. S. Navy (Ret.) John Wesley Haines, A Quaker Family of Burlington County, New Jersey Since 1682, p 265.
|Birth*||Thomas Wills was born at Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, New Jersey. |
|He was the son of Amos B. Wills and Sarah Sharp. |
|Marriage*||Thomas Wills married Annie Brown. |
|Note*||Person Source.1 |
M, b. circa 1838
- [S299] John Wesley Haines, A Quaker Family of Burlington County, New Jersey since 1682, p 280.
William Stockton Wills
M, b. circa 1808
|(Witness) Baptism||27 August 1786||(?) Wilson performed the baptism of Anna Howey on 27 August 1786 at Mansfield, Sussex County, New Jersey.1 |
- [S222] Walter Scott Lee, Gen. of Lee & France Families, p. A20, THE HOWEY FAMILY. June 8th, 1791. An Account of Family Concerns. JACOB HOWEY. "The above record was found among the keepsakes of Jane Ann Bebout Lee by her son Richard Henry Lee after her death, February 16, 1916." Anna Howey was born on Thursday the 15th of June 1786, half after 3 in the morning in Oxford. Baptized by Mr. Wilson, August 27th, in Mansfield, 1786.
M, b. 1787, d. after 1 August 1860
|Birth*||1787||Edward Wilson was born in 1787 at New Jersey.1 |
|Birth||1795||He was born in 1795 at New Jersey.2 |
|Death*||after 1 August 1860||He died after 1 August 1860.2 |
- [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Mary S. Venable household 247/260, roll M432-443, page 100B, Chester Twp., Burlington Co., NJ. Mary S. Venable, 56, real estate value 2000, Mercy ann Venable, 64, Edward Wilson, 63, farmer, Rebecca S. Venable, 9. All born NJ.
- [S40] 1860 US Federal Census, Meriam Venable Household, BURLINGTON CO. NJ, 1 August 1860, PO Mt. Holly, Chester Twp. p. 1054.
1054 20 842 820 VENABLE Meriam 74 f w gentlewoman NJ
1054 21 842 820 VENABLE Mary S. 65 f w gentlewoman NJ
1054 22 842 820 WILSON Edward 65 m w gentleman NJ
1054 23 842 820 SHARP George 21 m w carpenter NJ
1054 24 842 820 BORTON Joseph 21 m w carpenter NJ.
George J. Wilson1
M, b. 22 October 1906, d. December 1981
- [S132] Edith Doughty Peterson, Peterson Family History (manuscript in possession of Robert T. Howey).
Mary Elma Wilson
F, b. 27 December 1843, d. 28 September 1918
|Marriage*||Mary Elma Wilson married John W. Stratton, son of Charles Stratton and Mary Wills Troth. |
|Birth*||27 December 1843||Mary Elma Wilson was born on 27 December 1843. |
|Death*||28 September 1918||She died on 28 September 1918 at age 74. |
|Note*||Person Source.1 |
|Married Name||Her married name was Stratton. |
F, b. 1804, d. 1850
|Birth*||1804||Nancy Wilson was born in 1804. |
|Marriage*||circa 1825||She married James Bowman circa 1825. |
|Death*||1850||Nancy Wilson died in 1850. |
|Married Name||circa 1825|| As of circa 1825,her married name was Bowman. |
Rachel B. Wilson1
F, b. 28 April 1821, d. 30 January 1856
|Birth*||28 April 1821||Rachel B. Wilson was born on 28 April 1821 at Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., New Jersey.1 |
|Marriage*||circa 1840||She married Lewis Mulford Brooks, son of James Brooks and Hannah Mulford, circa 1840 at Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., New Jersey.1 |
|Death*||30 January 1856||Rachel B. Wilson died on 30 January 1856 at Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., New Jersey, at age 34.1 |
|Married Name||Her married name was Brooks.1 |
|Will*||16 January 1764||Ralph Wilson left a will on 16 January 1764 at Nockamixon Twp., Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; Proved 19 Apr 1776.1 |
- [S81] Unknown author, Bucks County Will Abstracts.
|(Witness) Will||9 December 1765||Robert Wilson witnessed the will of William Eaken on 9 December 1765 at Nockmixon Twp., Bucks Co., Pennsylvania; Yeoman. Proved 2 July 1766.|
A sister or sister-in-law of William Eaken Rebecca Morrison is mentioned in the will. Rebecca may be family of Jane Morrison.1,2
- [S81] Unknown author, Bucks County Will Abstracts.
- [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~troutt/~troutt/…
Index of Wills for Bucks County, PA
Eaken, William, Will Book 3, Page 151_152.
Date of recording is 1766. And file # is 1196.
In the name of God, Amen. This ninth day of December Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and sixty five, I, William Eaken, of Noxamixon Township, in Bucks County, and province of Pennsylvania, Yeoman being weak in body but of perfect mind and memory and calling to mind the mortality of my body and not knowing the time of my departure out of this life, do make this my last will and testament.
In manner and form following and principally and first of all , I commit my soul to God who gave it and my body I commit to the earth to be buried in a Christian decent manner at the discretion of my executors not doubting but at the general resurrection to receive the same again by almighty power of God. And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this Life, I, give and dispose of in the following manner and First my Will is that all of my just Debts be duly paid and discharged, Imprimis, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Ishabel Eaken the bed and furniture that She now uses and occupies. Then, I, give and bequeath to my daughter, Jean, a chist (sic) of drawers, to be given to her at her marriage or when she arrives of age. Then, I give and bequeath to my daughter, Ishabel, the chist(sic) of drawers that is in my possession, my aforesaid (contraction) wife to have the use of them until Ishabel arrive of age or married. And further, my will is that the improvements whereon I now live, together with all my personal Estate be Sold as soon as may be to the best advantage not to exceed five years from my decease and whatever cost my Executor in _ in building, refencing. However (?) planting orchards and letting out(?) a __________ or my Land in order to make the best advantage in Sale, my Will in that such costs and expenses be paid of the whole and further my Will is that in Care(?) my estate whether real or personal should transfer or be diminished before the time of Sale my executors shall not enjoy the benefit of the Care(?), nor sufficient amount of the _____ (?) Provided they do not imbezel(?) anything for their own private use. Further my Will is that all my Estate aforesaid (contraction) which is not already willed and bequeathed when Sold as aforesaid (contraction) be divided in nine equal shares, One share to my beloved wife, One share divided between my daughters Jean and Ishabel aforesaid (contraction), the other seven shares to my seven sons, ____: Thomas, Joseph, Redmon, William, Nathan, Samuel and Robert. Twenty pounds deducted of Thomas, eighteen pounds deducted of Joseph Es part. Following horses and Saddles ond which I allow to be divided in nine equal shares and given in the aforesaid (contraction), manner and further my will is that such of my children that are not of age when the aforesaid (contraction) Sale is made that aforesaid (contraction) wife has the benefits arising from the same until of age. To assist her in their Education until which time I allow and appoint my aforesaid (contraction) wife the sole guardian for all my aforesaid (contraction) children. Provided, never the less If my said wife marries my will is that my wife shall have no power over my said children nor any of their shares nor any profits arriving therefrom but the same to (beginning of second page.) To be committed to the care of guardian appointed by the Orphans Court of any County or Province where they may then reside. I give and bequeath my sister (?) sister_in_law, Rebecca Morrison (before Division) one cow. Lastly, I constitute and appoint my beloved wife, Ishabell Eaken, aforesaid (contraction) and son Redmon Eaken aforesaid (contraction) my only and sole executors of this my last will and testament. and do here by disallow, disannull and revoke all former Wills, and legacies bequeathments and executors by me at any time formerly made. and do constitute, and appoint this and no other to be my last Will and testament in witness
Where of I have set my hand and seal to the S_____ page of this paper . The day and year first above writen(Sic).
Signed, sealed and published and pronounced by William Eaken as his last will and testament in presents of us the subscribers Robert Willson, John Howey, The 8th day of July anno domini 1766. Then appeared John Howey and Robert Willson the witnesses to within written will and upon their solemn oath according to law did severly swear that the were Respectively present and saw and heard William Eaken, the testator sign, seal, publish and declare the within writing to be his last will and testament and that at the doing thereof he was of sound mind , memory and understanding to the best of their knowledge . Before __ ________ __.
Be it remembered that on the _____(?) day of July Anno Domini 1766 This
Last will and testament of William Eaken, deceased was duly proved according to law and probate and letters of testamentary were granted to Ishabel Eaken and Redmon Eakin, the executors therein named. They being first solemnly sworn well and faithfully to administer the Goods and Chattels & rights & Credits of the deceased and Exhibit a just and true inventory thereof (by aforementioned duly sworn or affirmed) into this registrars office for the said County of Bucks in one month after the date hereof and a just and true account of their administration when there to required to rende. Witness my hand and the seal of the said office the day and year aforesaid (contraction)
Lawl Grandon, Deputy Registrar.
Anna Louise Wilton
F, b. WFT Est. 1844-1869, d. WFT Est. 1886-1959
|Birth*||WFT Est. 1844-1869||Anna Louise Wilton was born WFT Est. 1844-1869.1 |
|Death*||WFT Est. 1886-1959||She died WFT Est. 1886-1959.1 |
|Marriage*||15 June 1881||She married Charles A. Pennington, son of John Pennington and Mary Tunstall, on 15 June 1881 at St. Thomas, Elgin County.1 |
|Married Name||15 June 1881|| As of 15 June 1881,her married name was Pennington. |
- [S53] Unknown subject, WFT Vol#2 Tree#2815, Tree #2899.
- [S270] Unknown author, NJ Bible Records Vol. 1, Josiah Venable Bible, Mathew Carey 1810, p. 199.
B. George Wingate1
M, b. 1856
|Birth*||1856||B. George Wingate was born in 1856 at Maryland.1 |
|Marriage*||circa 1885||He married A. Mary (?) circa 1885.1 |
- [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, B. George Wingate household, T625\1026\part1\119A, ED 139, sheet 6A, 148/148, 2nd precinct, Bridgeton City, Cumberland Co., NJ, 44 Nickson or Railroad Avenue. B. George Wingate, head, 64, oysterman, wife A. Mary, 54, daughter M. Sadie, 19, press operator and can factory, daughter Ethel, 11, boarder Richard Philips, 35, single, dyer at dye works. All born Maryland, with both parents also born in Maryland, except Ethel born NJ and both parents born NJ.
- [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, B. George Wingate household, T625\1026\part1\119A, ED 139, sheet 6A, 148/148, 2nd precinct, Bridgeton City, Cumberland Co., NJ, 7 Jan 1920, 44 Nickson or Railroad Avenue. B. George Wingate, head, 64, oysterman, wife A. Mary, 54, daughter M. Sadie, 19, press operator and can factory, daughter Ethel, 11, boarder Richard Philips, 35, single, dyer at dye works. All born Maryland, with both parents also born in Maryland, except Ethel born NJ and both parents born NJ.
- [S258] 1930 United States Federal Census, 1930 United States Federal Census 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: George Wingate
Home in 1930: Commercial, Cumberland, New Jersey
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1856
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Mary
Age at first marriage:
Parents' birthplace: View Image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
George Wingate 74
Mary Wingate 66
Sadie Wingate 30
Henry Pepple 29
Ethel Wingate 20 daughter ad[opted]
Jack Webster 13
Sylvia Webster 8
George Powell 68
Bertha Jenrinson 40
Edward Jenrinson 28
Medford Jenrinson 20
Fannie Pepple 40
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Commercial, Cumberland, New Jersey; Roll: 1326; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 9; Image: 223.0.