from Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
HARVEY, JOB. Darby. Yeoman.
January 4, 1750. February 26, 1750/1. C. 266.
Provides for wife Rebecca including all grants, privileges mentioned in certain deeds made before our marriage.
Mentions having done considerably for son Josiah in hopes of reformation with little hopes of amendment hitherto.
Yet gives him £50 if he should reform.
The same mention of son Joseph.
To son Job £50 under same restrictions as his brothers.
To daughter Mary Hunt £6 yearly unless she comes to a reformation, when she is to have £50.
To grandson Job Harvey, son of Benjamin deceased £100 at 21
and to his brother Isaac and sisters Elizabeth and Margaret £50 each at 21.
To Darby Monthly Meeting £30 For graveyard wall and to said Meeting £20 in trust for keeping up repairs.
To son Job the southwest part of my tract of land in Charlestown during life and afterward to his 2 sons.
Mentions his brother Joseph and brother in law Isaac Kirk.
Remainder of land to be sold on decease of wife and divided among daughter Mary Hunt and grandchildren then living.
Samuel Buntin and Isaac Pearson.
* Mentions daughter in law