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Sources
1. Title:   Wright, F. Edward & Pamela S. Pearson, Colonial Families of New Jersey (Lewes, Delaware : Colonial Roots, 2004-2007)
2. Title:   Brown, Virginia Alleman, Middlesex County, New Jersey : Heirs to Estates...at New Brunswick, 1780-1870 (Washington, N.J. : Genealogical Researchers, 1988)

Notes
a. Note:   s...at New Brunswick, 1780-1870 (Washington, N.J. : Genealogical Researchers, 1988). Page 10. "ANDREW A. TENEYCK, Sr., the petitioner for the division of the estate of TUNIS A. TENEYCK, dec'd intestate leaving to his brother ANDREW A. and his sister ABIGAIL his estate in Branchburg along the Raritan River. The petitioner is the son of the first named ANDREW A. TENEYCK, brother of TUNIS. The father ANDREW, had died leaving a will devising a life interest only in the farm he lived on - which was only a portion of the estate - to your petitioner, with the remainder in fee to ANDREW A. TENEYCK, Jr., the minor son of your petitioner. Petitioner had purchased the other interest in 1/2 of the estate from ABIGAIL (TEN EYCK) now KRUSEN, in April of 1838. Recorded 6th Sept. 1855. Bk. B, 116. Map p. 120."
Note:   Brown, Virginia Alleman, Middlesex County, New Jersey : Heirs to Estate


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