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Family
Marriage:
  • Married: ?.4
  • ?: Death: 17 JAN 1727
Children:
  1. Mary MULFORD: Birth: BEF 11 MAY 1707. Death: 12 NOV 1707

  2. Josiah MULFORD: Birth: ABT 1709. Death: 6 NOV 1726

  3. John MULFORD: Birth: BEF 29 JUL 1711. Death: 20 APR 1784

  4. Mary MULFORD: Birth: BEF 1715. Death: 31 DEC 1726

  5. Hannah MULFORD: Birth: BEF JAN 1719. Death: 30 DEC 1726

  6. Phebe MULFORD: Birth: BEF 5 FEB 1721.

  7. Nathan MULFORD: Birth: BEF 1 NOV 1724. Death: 28 DEC 1726


Sources
1. Title:   The Mulford Family - contributed by Teunis D. Huntting, Esq. - http://www.kn6hf.info/Mulfordinfo.html - copied 4/2004
2. Title:   The Mulford Family - contributed by Teunis D. Huntting, Esq. - http://www.kn6hf.info/Mulfordinfo.html - copied 4/2004
3. Title:   The Mulford Family - contributed by Teunis D. Huntting, Esq. - http://www.kn6hf.info/Mulfordinfo.html - copied 4/2004
4. Title:   The Mulford Family - contributed by Teunis D. Huntting, Esq. - http://www.kn6hf.info/Mulfordinfo.html - copied 4/2004

Notes
a. Continued:   Suffolk County Wills & Obits - Suffolk County Wills, 1708-1728 (page 4)
  Source Information: Tami, Chris. New York City Wills, Vol. 2. Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1998.
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  Page 408.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN MULFORD, JR., of East Hampton in Suffolk County, yeoman, being sick and weak. I leave to my wife Hannah, my negro woman and 1/3 of my personal property, and the best room in my now dwelling house, or she may live in that house that I bought of Daniel Johnes, so long as she remains a widow. And if she be left a widow after her second marriage, she is to have the use of the house as aforesaid, and also the use of 1/3 of my lands. I leave to my son, John Mulford, after my wife's decease, all my houses and lands and Commonage, and my right at Meantacutt, when he is twenty-one. Also a mare and a colt that was his brother Josiah's, and he shall pay to my two sisters, Jane and Deborah, €40 each when he is twenty-three. I leave to my daughter Phebe the rest of my personal property when she is eighteen, and my son John is to maintain her till married. I make my wife and my brother in law, Mr. Theophilus Pierson, of Bridge Hampton, executors.
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  Page 408.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN MULFORD, JR., of East Hampton in Suffolk County, yeoman, being sick and weak. I leave to my wife Hannah, my negro woman and 1/3 of my personal property, and the best room in my now dwelling house, or she may live in that house that I bought of Daniel Johnes, so long as she remains a widow. And if she be left a widow after her second marriage, she is to have the use of the house as aforesaid, and also the use of 1/3 of my lands. I leave to my son, John Mulford, after my wife's decease, all my houses and lands and Commonage, and my right at Meantacutt, when he is twenty-one. Also a mare and a colt that was his brother Josiah's, and he shall pay to my two sisters, Jane and Deborah, €40 each when he is twenty-three. I leave to my daughter Phebe the rest of my personal property when she is eighteen, and my son John is to maintain her till married. I make my wife and my brother in law, Mr. Theophilus Pierson, of Bridge Hampton, executors.
  Dated January 5, 1726/7. Witnesses, John Mackie, Daniel Osborn, John Davis. Proved, march 31, 1727, before Brinley Silvester, Esq.
  http://www.rootsweb.com/~nysuffol/wills5.html - copied 7/2004


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