CORNOG, DANIEL. Willistown.January 9, 1799: March 16, 1802.To David Jones, minister at Baptist Church in the Great Valley £25.To John Boggs, now minister of the Baptist Church in the Welsh Tract £25. To Joshua Vaughan, now minister of the Baptist Church at Brandywine £25. To Thomas Freeson, now minister of Baptist Church at London Tract £25. To Sarah Llewellin and her daughter Hannah Llewellin £10 each. To Jonathan Jones, who formerly lived with me, £5.To Benjamin Robson £5. To James Demsey £10. To James Bright £10.To Edward Kelly one half of the money he owes me.To my niece Hannah Forest £150. To Catharine Davis £150.To Anne Cornog £150. To Elizabeth Cornog £150. To Jane, wife of Sampson Davis £150. To Sarah, daughter of Isaac Abrahams, £150 at 21. To my wife's niece Sarah, wife of Dr. Davis of Charlestown, £50.To Daniel, son of John Cornog £150 at 21, with rev. to his brother Thomas. To Daniel Cornog, son of Thomas, and grandson of brother William, £25 at 21, with rev. to David, son of Isaac Abraham.Provides for wife Sarah. To sister Sarah Francis (wife of Thomas) £35. To Sarah Bean now living with me £150 at 21. To Daniel Davis, son of sister Mary £150. To Daniel Cornog, son of William, deceased, a tract of land in Easttown containing 12 acres. To Daniel Abrahams, son of Isaac Abrahams and my sister Jane, the messuage and tract of land which I now live on, containing 250 acres, subject to certain legacies. To David Cornog, son of Thomas Cornog, the tract of land on which he now lives in Willistown, containing 100 acres; he paying £25 to each of his sisters, Hannah Forest, Catharine Davis, Elizabeth Cornog and Jane Davis. Gives £30 towards building a house on the farm belonging to the Baptist Church in the Great Valley, and £100, the interest of which shall be applied for preaching the Gospel in that Church; and orders tombstone for his grave. Executors: John Cornog, Isaac Abrahams, William George. Wits.: Abraham King, Joseph King.
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