Note: * # 288 FPCW * was a member of the Committe for Correspondence for Essex Co., during the Revolutionary War * CNW II p 184 -185 * DAR Partiot Index; Centennial Edition; p 3288 * First Families of Westfield website; Greaves Papers * land noted in the Winan's Collection of NJ documents; Map of the farms of Thomas and Hezekiah Woodruff, surveyed September 14, 1744 * From the manuscript of Barton C Woodruff by Lewis D Cook: "The will of Thomas Woodruff Esq. of the Town of Westfield, county of Essex, NJ, dated 3 June 1802, proved 11 April 1804; devises to wife Rebecky Woodruff all his movable estate in lieu of her dower rights, excepting legacies to his children and grandchildren as here in after. To daughter Anne Scudder $25.88, To daughter Sarah Moore $12.50, To Elizabeth Pangborn, Jemima Baker and Rebecky Clark, my daughters, 62 cents each. To grandson Ephraim Woodruff, my silver knee buckles, to Thomas Woodruff Clark, my silver shoe buckles, orders executors to "hare" out my still, cyder mill, and half of all fruits in the orchard for one year, after his decease and the proceeds to be added to movable estate, devises to son Thomas Woodruff my watch and wearing apparel, the rest of lands to be deed by executors to son Thomas Woodruff or to his children "as the law divides it, that is to a boy, 2 shares and to a girl, 1 share; appoints friends Col. Jedediah Swan and Jacob Shotwell of Scotch Plains executors."
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