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  1. MARIA \ MARY FIELD: Birth: 19 JAN 1736.

1. Title:   Wright, F. Edward & Pamela S. Pearson, Colonial Families of New Jersey (Lewes, Delaware : Colonial Roots, 2004-2007)
Name:   FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
Givenname:   FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah
RepositoryId:   R23
Repository:   R2
CallNumber:   F129 / K4 / K45 /1985
2. Title:   Frederick Clifton Pierce, Field genealogy: being the record of all the Field family in America (Chicago: W. B. Conkey, 1901).

a. Note:   Bound Brook Presbyterian Churchyard Field, Catherine K. (wife of Reune R.), b. Aug. 3, 1928; d. July 17, 1882. Field, Jeremiah B., d. Sept. 16, 1840, in 87th yr. Field, Michael, d. Jan. 13, 1792, aged 69 yrs. [Epitaph: "Simplicity, Sincerity, Honesty and Benevolence constituted his true character. His concern for the welfare of the Church, Liberality towards and his generosity in Educating the Poor will perpetuate his name and long endear him to the congregation."] Field, Rachel F. Randolph (wife of Jeremiah B.), d. Feb. 4, 1837, aged 65 yrs., 9 mos., 8 dys. Field, Reune R., b. April 4, 1824; d. March 5, 1875. Field, Richard, d. July 16, 1879, aged 80 yrs., 3 mos., 11 dys. Field, Richard J., b. Oct. 17, 1860; d. April 29, 1864. ____________________ New Jersey Archives, First Series. Vol. XXXIV Abstracts of Wills Vol. V 1771-1780 F131/D63/V.34. See in Notes Section. "1790, Feb. 20. Field Jeremiah, of Piscataway, Middlesex Co.; will . To my wife, the use of my plantation, slaves and goods; and my daughter-in-law, Margaret Field, may live in my house and have her support, during her widowhood; and her daughter, Susannah Field, shall have support and schooling, till she is 21. Grandsons, Jeremiah Ten Eick and Tunis Ten Eick, my lands, they paying legacies. Daughter, Mary 20 pounds yearly. Executors--wife, Phebe, and my brothers, Michael Field and Richard Field. Witnesses--Israel ?, John Griffith, Elias Ten Court. Proved Feb. 23, 1778. 1778, Feb. 23. Reununciations by Michael Field and Richard Field. 1778, Feb. 2. Inventory, 865.8.4 pounds, made by Gabriel Vandervoort, Peter H. Dumont, Jacobs Quick and Richard Fulkerson. Lib. 19, p. 494. _______________________ Field genealogy: being the record of all the Field family in America by Frederick Clifton Pierce Copied from the internet Page 188 "472. i. JEREMIAH, b. Jan. 27, 1713; m. Phoebe . He m. and had one dau., b. Jan. 19, 1736. They resided on the Stephen Voorhees Place. Jeremiah, at the beginning of the troubles resulting in the Revolutionary war. we find acting in concert with the true men of the land. He served on township and county committees of correspondence, and in other ways operating with similar organizations in the colonies in the common cause of liberty. The history of this branch of the family since its identification with New Jersey is, as before, both in this country and in England, marked with true energetic manliness and good citizenship; always striving for the best interests of society, loving liberty with a determination to have it. Owner of large landed property situated along the banks of the Raritan, his attention was mostly given to the cultivation of the soil, at the same time advocating and executing measures tending to improve and benefit the community." is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.