~ Deuteronomy 33:17
named in will, 9 Mar 1809, Madison, Kentucky
Isabelle "Ibby" Enyart
BURIAL: Old Union Church Cemetery, , Ray, Missouri
named in will dated 9 Mar 1809, Madison, Kentucky
John E Enyart I
December 1748 when John wrote his will his youngest son Benjamin was 7, It is not know when John died. Mary had use of the land until 1763 when Benjamin became of age.
Served as a private in the New Jersey militia in 1715 under Capt. John Moore's Company; also colonial land grants of Woodbridge, New Jersery - 900 acres [map #1697].
John sold on 20 January 1722 a portion of land [from his father] to his brother-in-law Jacobus Craven.
His father died before he was of age. His mother had to wait for a property settlement until he was 21.
Benjamin in Ohio
Mrs Mary Blakeman believed that Abraham first went to Ohio; Largo, in Wabash Co., IN then Kentucky and on into Missouri.
Rachel Bess Swaim
Family Records and (Swinson marriage records) in Rowan Co, N C. Also is listed in 1810 census as widow. After Abraham's death she lived with her son David.