John Beals - 1726

BEALS, JOHN. Nottingham Township. Written: August 11, 1726. Proved: December 17, 1726. Will Book A, Page 206. To eldest son John, bed and furniture and 5, he paying to his 5 children, viz Sarah, John, Thomas, Ann and Phebe, 10 shillings when of age. To daughter Mary Harrold 8, she paying to each of heir children, viz Elizabeth, Rachel, Jonathan and Richard 10 shillings when of age. To son Jacob 12, he paying to each of his 4 children, viz John, Jacob, Mary and William 10 shillings when of age. To daughter Patience Jones the 8-15 that is due of bond of her husband and 5 more paying to their 4 children, viz Judith, Mary, Sarah and Charity 10 shillings each, when of age. To kinswoman Mary Davis of Philadelphia 20 shillings. Executors: sons John and Jacob. Witnesses: James McMullin, Wm. House.BELL, MARY. West Fallowfield Township. Written: December 22, 1801 Proved: January 13, 1804 Will Book Vol. 11-2. To daughter Jane Luckie 30. To daughter Elizabeth ...n my negro girl Rachel, - to be free at age of 28. To granddaughter Mary Patterson, daughter of Jane Luckie. To granddaughter Gracey Patterson Bell's daughter 30. To granddaughter Mary Patterson, daughter of John Bell, 10. To granddaughter Mary Patterson, daughter of Elizabeth Bane, 10. To granddaughter Mary Patterson, daughter of William Bell, 10. To granddaughter Mary Patterson, daughter of James Bell, 10. To granddaughter Mary Patterson, daughter of John Haslet, 10. To grandson John Williams 15 s. Gives old negroes Joseph and Phillis their freedom but charges her estate with their support so far as needed and sets apart 100 for that purpose. Executors: Son Patterson Bell and James Boyd, Esquire. (Latter renounced.) Witnesses: Robert Cochran, Abraham Davis.





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