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LONG, Dorothy 1 2 3
- Born: Abt 1701, Gloucester County, New Jersey
- Marriage: DAYTON, Samuel on 22 Oct 1717 in New Jersey
- Died: 26 Mar 1755, Gloucester County, New Jersey about age 54
Dorothy married Samuel DAYTON on 22 Oct 1717 in New Jersey. (Samuel DAYTON was born about 1705 and died on 2 Feb 1728 in Greenage, Salem County, New Jersey 4.)
New Jersey Colonial Documents, Calendar of Wills 1751-1760 (New Jersey). Surety: 4. 1749, Oct 7. Long, Ellenor, of Greenwich, Gloucester Co., widow; will of. Children - Peter, Abraham, Andrew, Dorothy, Deborah, Sarah. Grandchildren - Deborah, Paul, Susannah Lawrence, Catharine Bartleson, Sarah Long, Ellenor Thakery. Daughter Sarah and son-in-law, Alexander Randall, residuary legatees and Executors of personal estate. Witnessess - Jonathon Fowler, John Wilkinson, Abel Randall. Proved Oct 6, 1752.
Lib. 7, p. 296.
1752, Oct 6. Inventory, 178.12.1 1/2 [Crowns], incl. a Bible, 1 [Crown], bills, bonds and notes, 157.6.10 1/2 [Crowns], made by Jonathon Fowler and Jeffree Clark.
New Jersey Calendar of Wills, 1670-1760. Surety: 4. Page: 131
Name: Samuel Dayton Daton Daynton
Date: 09 Jan 1727-8
Location: Greenage, Salem Co. yeoman; will of. Wife Dorothy, sole executrix. Children--Petter, Samuel, Luce, all under age. Real and personal estate. Witnesses--Jno. Butler, Thomas Pagett, Thomas Daniel. Proved 02 Feb 1727-8. Lib. 2, p. 522 01 Feb 1727-8 Inventory of the personal estate, £121.10.3, incl. books --; made by Peter Long and Thomas Pagett.
Ibid. Surety: 4. Page: 138
Name: Peter Dayton
Date: 03 Nov 1744
Location: Cohansey, Salem Co. yeoman; will of. Wife, Hannah. All lands to daughter, Lusey Dayton, at 18 or marriage, but in case of her death under age, or without an heir, my cousin David Dayton to possess the lands. "My mother, if she lives, to have the bringing up of my daughter." Executor--Jonathan Platts. Witnesses--John Pagett, William Daniel, Thomas Pagett. Proved 8 Dec., 1744. Lib. 5, p. 98. 1744, Dec. 5. Inventory, £156.15.1; made by Richard Butcher, Thomas Pagett.
Ibid, Page 131. Surety: 4