Millicent Amelia Redgrave: Birth: ABT 1763.
Anne Redgrave: Birth: ABT 1765.
Continued: Joseph Redgrave elected warden in 1762 at Shrewsbury Church, 1763 vestryman. He served as appraisor for several estates. Joseph and Wm Redgrave donated tobacco for building of church.
WILL: Joseph Redgrave of Kent Co, farmer, To my beloved wife my dwelling planation whereon I now live to hold during her widowhood she paying my dau. Martha the sum of £50 current money and to my dau. Mary £10 current money. To my son Joseph the use of my plantation on Chester River being part of a tract of land called "Boulston" where my son Joseph now lives during my wife's widowhood and after her marriage or decease then I give to said son the said dwelling plantation being part of a tract of land bought of William Rasin called "Free Gift" to him forever. Joseph paying to my dau. Temperance the sum of £50 current money and to my dau. Amelia £50 current money. To my son Isaac all that tract of land called "Boleston" bought of Bolestyer Bolthrop and Thomas Browning to him forever. Isaac paying to my dau. Mary £40 current money and to my dau. Anne £50. To my son Abraham all that tract and parcel of land called "Adventure" bought of Thomas Ringgold, but for want of descendants then my will is that the said tract of land be equally divided between my surviving daughters. The money to be paid to my daughters by my wife and two sons when my daughters arrive at age 21 or 2 years after my decease. If they die, then goes to surviving sisters. My personal estate to be divided amongst all my children. My wife nor my sons shall commit any waste by sale of timber or otherwise on the lands under penalty as the laws directs in Orphans affairs. Execs. my wife and my son Joseph. Witnesses Oliver Smith, G.W. Forester, James Woodland. Written Mar. 25, 1778 Proved June 2, 1779 p. 119 He signed.
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