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Thomas TERRILL
(1656-1725)
Mary HAMPTON
John TERRILL
(Abt 1692-1763)
Anne JOHNSTONE
Amos TERRILL
(1746-1802)

 

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Mary

Amos TERRILL

  • Born: 1746, Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey
  • Marriage: Mary in 1773
  • Died: 13 Jun 1802, Rahway, Union, New Jersey at age 56
  • Buried: Union Cem, Rahway, Essex, NJ
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U.S. Census Reconstructed Records, 1660-1820
about Amos Terrill Name: Amos Terrill
Gender: M (Male)
State: New Jersey
County: Essex County
Residence Year: 1780
Household Remarks: Name on a petition, 3 Nov 1783, to the Legislative Council, etc., from inhabitants of Essex Co. seeking to pay their taxes with certificates received during the war. They ask that no more paper curren

Children
1. Jehiel Terrill b: 1774 in Rahway, Essex Co., NJ
2. Lewis Terrill
3. John Roberson Terrill
4. Anna Terrill
5. Mary Terrill
6. Betsey Terrill

His will reads: 1801, Sept. 25. Terrell, Amos, of the Borough of Elizabeth, Essex Co.; will of. Wife, Mary, residue of moveable estate; also use of fast estate, while my widow, to enable her to support and bring up my younger children. Eldest son, Jehiel, $50; he having received a portion of my estate. Son, Lewis, the southwestermost part of home farm, beginning at westermost corner of my cow house thence parallel with partition line of land of Moses Wood, dec'd, thence north 1 chain to line of John Wood's land, thence southwesterly with his line to line of said Moses Wood to the County road, thence northeasterly along said road so far as that, from thence northwesterly parallel to said Moses Wood's line to the westermost corner of said cow house, during his life; then to be equally divided among his surviving children; should he die without surviving children, said land to my son, John Roberson Terrell. To my 3 daughters, Anna, Mary and Betsey, 10 acres of my farm beginning at southwest corner of lands of Charles Hughs to runa westerly course to lands devised to son, Lewis, to be divided among them. Son, John Roberson Terrell, remainder of home farm. Said 2 youngest sons, Lewis and John Roberson Terrell, my undivided part of a lot of salt meadow devised to me by my father, John Terrell, dec'd, to be divided between them. Granddaughter, Charlotte Terrell (daughter of son Jehiel), bond for 60 pounds against John Mulford, to be held in trust for her until 18 years. Executors--sons, Lewis and John Roberson Terrell. Witnesses--William Fletcher, James Marsh and Isaac Clark. Proved July 24, 1802. Lib. 40, p. 141; File 10165 G --Taken from copy from "New Jersey Colonial Documents--Calendar of Wills--1801-1805", p. 441

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His will reads: 1801, Sept. 25. Terrell, Amos, of the Borough of Elizabeth, Essex Co.; will of. Wife, Mary, residue of moveable estate; also use of fast estate, while my widow, to enable her to support and bring up my younger children. Eldest son, Jehiel, $50; he having received a portion of my estate. Son, Lewis, the southwestermost part of home farm, beginning at westermost corner of my cow house thence parallel with partition line of land of Moses Wood, dec'd, thence north 1 chain to line of John Wood's land, thence southwesterly with his line to line of said Moses Wood to the County road, thence northeasterly along said road so far as that, from thence northwesterly parallel to said Moses Wood's line to the westermost corner of said cow house, during his life; then to be equally divided among his surviving children; should he die without surviving children, said land to my son, John Roberson Terrell. To my 3 daughters, Anna, Mary and Betsey, 10 acres of my farm beginning at southwest corner of lands of Charles Hughs to runa westerly course to lands devised to son, Lewis, to be divided among them. Son, John Roberson Terrell, remainder of home farm. Said 2 youngest sons, Lewis and John Roberson Terrell, my undivided part of a lot of salt meadow devised to me by my father, John Terrell, dec'd, to be divided between them. Granddaughter, Charlotte Terrell (daughter of son Jehiel), bond for 60 pounds against John Mulford, to be held in trust for her until 18 years. Executors--sons, Lewis and John Roberson Terrell. Witnesses--William Fletcher, James Marsh and Isaac Clark. Proved July 24, 1802. Lib. 40, p. 141; File 10165 G --Taken from copy from "New Jersey Colonial Documents--Calendar of Wills--1801-1805", p. 441


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Amos married Mary in 1773. (Mary was born on 20 Mar 1746, died on 5 Jun 1808 in Rahway, Union, New Jersey and was buried in Union Cem, Rahway, Essex, NJ.)


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