PHIL CO, PA WILLS

Phil co
Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

MOORE, JOHN.  Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
March 24, 1731/2.  May 25, 1742.  F.301.
Wife:  Elizabeth.  Children:  George, Onakind and John Michael.  Exec:
John Seller and George Hes.  Proved at Tulpehokin.
Witnesses:  John Macquery, Robert Varner and William Livingston.
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Gibson, Mathew, Co of Phila. Proved March 3, 1757. Children, David,
Joshua and Ann, w/o JOhn Sellers. Grandchildren. James and Hannah
Gibson, children of Joshua. Guardians and Legatees: Son-in-law Thomas
Pearson and cousin Joseph Bonsall.

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Phil co
Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

SELLER, PHILIP AMRY. Bucks Co. Yeoman.
April 27, 1766. July 28, 1769.
Wife: Catherina. Children: John (Exec.), Paul, Peter, Leonard, Henry,
Jacob, Elizabeth (wife of Henry Burggy) and Margaret. Witnesses: Samuel
Tedweiler, Q. Rintz and Abraham Stout. (O:398)
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phil co
Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

SELLER, CATHERINE. Rockhill. Bucks Co. Widow.
February 5, 1770. May 26, 1773.
Children: Philip Leonard, Henry, John, Paul, Peter, Jacob, Magdalena,
Margaret, Elizabeth. Grandchildren: children of daughter Elizabeth.
Exec.: Peter Seller. Witnesses: Johannes Behner, Abraham Stout.
(P:414)

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Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
Phil co
PASCHALL, ANN. Township of Kingsessing. Philadelphia County, Penna.
March 25, 1819. January 31, 1822. 7.441.
Legacies to my grandchildren Stephen, Mary A. Paschall. Sister: Frances
Hollingsworth and her daughters. Daughter in law: Ann P. Paschall. Ann
Tucker to have the likeness of my cousin Charles C. Irwin. Nieces: Mary,

Susan Hollingsworth. Sarah Dexter, Ann Reed, Jesse Dexter, Rebecca
Cross, Jr., Rebecca Higgins, Thomas G. Justis. Friend: Elizabeth
Sellers to assist my daughter in law in dividing my things. Elizabeth
Seller, Senr. Letters to Ann P. Paschall. Exec: Friend: Horace Binney,
Ann P. Paschall. Codicil March 11, 1821. Legacy to cousin: H. Wood.
Money in possession of Martha G. Grub. Cousin: Martha Rudolph now
Tolbert. Benjamin A., Margaret Colman, Grace W. (is she continues to
live with us), Rebecca Cross, Senr. Witnesses: Samuel Gibson, Hannah
Lascum.
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phil co
Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

JONES, OWEN. Philadelphia. Country Place Lower Dublin, Montgomery
County. June 15, 1822. May 14, 1825. 8.419.
Wife: Hannah Jones. Nieces: Hannah and Jane Foulke, daughters of my
sister Jane Foulke, decd., Daughters of nephew Caleb Foulke. Charles
Wister and Susanna Price, children of my sister Loury Wister. Sisters:
Hannah Foulke, Sarah Rutter, Susanna Nancarrow, Ann Jones and Rebecca
Jones. Nephew: John Wister and to his sons Jones, William, John Wister,
Jr. House occupied by Caspar Whiteman to my nephew Owen Jones son of my
late brother Jonathan. Nephew: Edward Foulke son of my sister Hannah.
Niece: Susanna Foulke. Nephew: George Foulke. Land bought of Christiana
Gulielma Gaskell, Miers Fisher and Anthony Morris, ground rent out of
lot in Philadelphia originally let to John Young now payable by James
and John Bell. Exec: Friends: Joseph Warner, James Seller, Samuel
Sellers. Witnesses: Andrew D. Cash, T. I. Smith.
Codicil January 21, 1824. March 19, 1824. September 13, 1824.
Witnesses: Andrew D. Cash, Thomas Mitchell.
Codicil April 15, 1825.
Witnesses: John R. Pearson, Stevenson Smith.



Database: Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1819


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Exec: Mary Humphreys

Son-in-Law John Litle

Nathan Sellers."

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Exec: Mary Humphreys

Son-in-Law John Litle

Nathan Sellers."

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Exec: Mary Humphreys

Son-in-Law John Litle

Nathan Sellers."

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Exec: Mary Humphreys

Son-in-Law John Litle

Nathan Sellers."

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Exec: Mary Humphreys

Son-in-Law John Litle

Nathan Sellers."

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Exec: Mary Humphreys

Son-in-Law John Litle

Nathan Sellers."

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Witness

Saml.

Sellers

L:350

21 7 1759

19 11 1759

Remarks: John Nickerson. Blockley, Co. of Philadelphia. Weaver. July 21, 1759. Nov. 19, 1759. L.350. Wife: Sarah. Children of sister Mary Hosley, viz., Joseph, Charles, Martha and Mary in Nottingham, England. Nephew: John Blankley, Nottingham, England, Joseph Blankley. Cousins: Jacob Blankley, John Thomas and Thomas Nickerson of England. Exec: Sarah Nickerson, John Blankley, John Thomas.

 

Witness

Nn.

Sellers

 

WBX:444

1 3 1796

4 5 1796

Remarks: Hughes, Martha. City of Phila. Spinster. Only Daughter of John Hughes, Late of Lower Merion Co. of Phila.

 

Witness

David

Sellers

 

WBX:444

1 3 1796

4 5 1796

Remarks: Hughes, Martha. City of Phila. Spinster. Only Daughter of John Hughes, Late of Lower Merion Co. of Phila.

Witness

Joseph

Sellers

O:200

28 11 1767

20 2 1768

Remarks: James Coultas. Phila. Gentleman. 28 Nov 1767. 20 Feb 1768. Wife: Elizabeth. Execs. Elizabeth Coultas and brother in law George Gray. Friend: Hannah James. O:200.

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Jno.

Sellers

 

 

O:364

13 4 1769

17 4 1769

Remarks: Peter Rasper. Phila. Farmer. 13 April 1769. 17 April 1769. Wife: Catherine. Children. Execs.: Jno. Sellers, inn holder, and Adam Ervin, distiller. O:364.

 

Witness

Wm.

Sellers

P:102

6 8 1767

28 5 1771

Remarks: Ann Strettell. City of Phila. 6 Aug 1767. 28 May 1771. Mother: Philotisia. Brothers: Amos, John of London. Sister: Frances Jones. Cousins: Robert Gill of Dublin, Abel, Thomas, Robert and Amos Rooke, Ann and Elizabeth Rooke. Nephews: Robert Strettell Jones, Robert Strettell. Nieces: Ann and Frances Strettell. Penn. Hospital. Contributors to the Relief and Employment of the Poor. Exec.: Amos Strettell. P:102.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trustee

Samuel

Sellers

 

 

6:341

18 5 1814

21 10 1816

Remarks: Elizabeth Skinner. Phila. May 18, 1814. Oct. 21, 1816. 6.341. Estate to Samuel Sellers, son of David Sellers, deceased, in trust for benefit of my sister, Mary Reeves, and her children. Exec: Friend Samuel Kellers, aforesaid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Witness

Jane

Sellers

 

 

6:223

26 1 1816

6 2 1816

Remarks: Dinah Thomas. Late of Township of Willistown, Chester Co., now in Pennsylvania Hospital, Phila. Jan. 26, 1816. Feb. 6, 1816. 6.223. To Joseph Thomas Thompson and to Aaron Thompson, sons of sister Phebe, also to Milton Thompson. To Reuben Thomas. To Lydia Thomas, daughter of Francis. Said Joseph Thomas Thompson and Aaron Thompson both minors. To David Thompson and my sister, Phebe, his wife. Exec: Friend Mordecai Thomas of Willistown.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Witness

Rachel

Sellers

 

 

6:570

 

28 3 1818

Remarks: Ann Stringer. Proved: March 28, 1818. 6.570. Mrs. Sellers and Mrs. Dorrance to dispose of my effects as follows: To Maria Sausmanhaus. To Sally Moss. To Dr. Heberton. To Mrs. Cloppen. To Mrs. Dorrane. To Miss E. Sellers. To Mrs. Dorrance. To Hannah Fisher. To Hannah Harland. To Emma. To Mrs. Sellers. To Mrs. Clopper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heir

E

Sellers

 

Miss

6:570

 

28 3 1818

Remarks: Ann Stringer. Proved: March 28, 1818. 6.570. Mrs. Sellers and Mrs. Dorrance to dispose of my effects as follows: To Maria Sausmanhaus. To Sally Moss. To Dr. Heberton. To Mrs. Cloppen. To Mrs. Dorrane. To Miss E. Sellers. To Mrs. Dorrance. To Hannah Fisher. To Hannah Harland. To Emma. To Mrs. Sellers. To Mrs. Clopper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heir

 

Sellers

 

Mrs.

6:570

 

28 3 1818

Remarks: Ann Stringer. Proved: March 28, 1818. 6.570. Mrs. Sellers and Mrs. Dorrance to dispose of my effects as follows: To Maria Sausmanhaus. To Sally Moss. To Dr. Heberton. To Mrs. Cloppen. To Mrs. Dorrane. To Miss E. Sellers. To Mrs. Dorrance. To Hannah Fisher. To Hannah Harland. To Emma. To Mrs. Sellers. To Mrs. Clopper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Executor

Nathan

Sellers

 

 

6:639

2 1 1819

16 3 1819

Remarks: Thomas J. Paschall. Township of Kingsessing. Phila. Co. Jan. 2, 1819. March 16, 1819. 6.639. Wife, Ann, to have 1/3 of income of estate, the other 2/3 to be used for education and support of my children during minority. To son, Stephen Paschall, tract of land whereon I now dwell, also my marsh meadows and other lands in township aforesaid, subject to bequest in favour of his mother. To daughter, Mary Paschall, when of age, property in Phila, etc., subject to bequest to her mother. Executors to sell my land in Township of Treydiffren, in Chester Co. Grandfather, Stephen Paschall, dec'd. Execs: Father-in-law, Samuel Gibson, my friend, Nathan Sellers. Said Samuel Gibson to be Guardian of children. Letters to Samuel Gibson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friend

Nathan

Sellers

 

 

1:436

3 3 1801

9 1 1806

Remarks: Thomas W. Smith. City of Philadelphia. Merchant. Trustees: Son-in-law William Phillips and friends Jacob Shoemaker, Elliston Perot and Nathan Sellers. Money to be invested in yearly rent charge, incomes &c. to four grandchildren. Son Clifford Smith decd. hath left four sons Stevenson, Cornelius, Thomas and Clifford Smith all minors. Mentions Bond of Indemnity to Thomas and John Clifford Exec. of Thomas Clifford, my father-in-law. Residue of estate to daus. Anna Phillips and Elizabeth Smith. Exec: Son-in-law William Phillips and daus. Anna Phillips and Elizabeth Smith. Codicil: Jan. 11, 1802. Has purchased property in Philadelphia from Paul Beck bequeathes to daus. Made several codicils in which he mentions having property of James Abercrombie, of Richard Peters, of Mary Read, of John William Fousatt, of Caleb P. Wayne, of the estate of Michael Hillegas, of estate of Richard Rudderow by his attorney Jared Ingersoll, and of Thomas Geise, all of which he bequeaths to his daus. Witnesses to codicil Jan 11: Jno. Elliott Cresson and Caleb Cresson, Junr. Witnesses to other codicils: Jos. B. Smith, Jno. Elliot Cresson, Thomas Follett, Josiah Siddons, Thomas Mitchell.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trustee

Nathan

Sellers

 

 

1:436

3 3 1801

9 1 1806

Remarks: Thomas W. Smith. City of Philadelphia. Merchant. Trustees: Son-in-law William Phillips and friends Jacob Shoemaker, Elliston Perot and Nathan Sellers. Money to be invested in yearly rent charge, incomes &c. to four grandchildren. Son Clifford Smith decd. hath left four sons Stevenson, Cornelius, Thomas and Clifford Smith all minors. Mentions Bond of Indemnity to Thomas and John Clifford Exec. of Thomas Clifford, my father-in-law. Residue of estate to daus. Anna Phillips and Elizabeth Smith. Exec: Son-in-law William Phillips and daus. Anna Phillips and Elizabeth Smith. Codicil: Jan. 11, 1802. Has purchased property in Philadelphia from Paul Beck bequeathes to daus. Made several codicils in which he mentions having property of James Abercrombie, of Richard Peters, of Mary Read, of John William Fousatt, of Caleb P. Wayne, of the estate of Michael Hillegas, of estate of Richard Rudderow by his attorney Jared Ingersoll, and of Thomas Geise, all of which he bequeaths to his daus. Witnesses to codicil Jan 11: Jno. Elliott Cresson and Caleb Cresson, Junr. Witnesses to other codicils: Jos. B. Smith, Jno. Elliot Cresson, Thomas Follett, Josiah Siddons, Thomas Mitchell.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nathan

Sellers

Philadelphia, PA

Wireworker

2:302

17 2 1807

27 5 1808

Remarks: Elizabeth Armitt. City of Philadelphia. Widow of John Armitt, late of same place, cooper. To sister Sarah Parker, money in hands of Joseph Crukshank (bequeathed to sd. Elizabeth Armitt by her uncle Samuel Emlen). To half sister Sidney Hutchinson. To half sister Rebecca Ashbridge. To cousin Sarah Jones, dau. of Charles Jones, decd. Elizabeth Howell dau. of Joshua Howell, decd. and Catharine his wife to have charge of money for sd. Sarah Jones, who is now in the hospital. Money to Exec. in trust for support of poor widows, members of Society of Friends in Philadelphia. To nephew Benjamin Betterton Howell, eldest son of bro. Joseph Howell, decdd. To nieces Deborah and Hannah Howell, children of bro. Arthur Howell. To nephew Jacob Howell, youngest son of sd. bro. Joseph Howell, decd. To nephews Joseph Williams, Israel Asher and Jacob Howell, sons of sd. Bro. Arthur. Exec: Brother Arthur Howell and his sons the sd. Joseph and William Howell. Letters granted to Joseph and William Howell. Codicil: Feb. 20, 1807. If in judgment of friends Nathan and David Sellers of Philadelphia, wireworkers, there is not sufficient for support of sister Sarah Parker &c. Witnesses to codicil: Isaac Lawrence and William Andrews.

Friend

David

Sellers

Philadelphia, PA

Wireworker

2:302

17 2 1807

27 5 1808

Remarks: Elizabeth Armitt. City of Philadelphia. Widow of John Armitt, late of same place, cooper. To sister Sarah Parker, money in hands of Joseph Crukshank (bequeathed to sd. Elizabeth Armitt by her uncle Samuel Emlen). To half sister Sidney Hutchinson. To half sister Rebecca Ashbridge. To cousin Sarah Jones, dau. of Charles Jones, decd. Elizabeth Howell dau. of Joshua Howell, decd. and Catharine his wife to have charge of money for sd. Sarah Jones, who is now in the hospital. Money to Exec. in trust for support of poor widows, members of Society of Friends in Philadelphia. To nephew Benjamin Betterton Howell, eldest son of bro. Joseph Howell, decdd. To nieces Deborah and Hannah Howell, children of bro. Arthur Howell. To nephew Jacob Howell, youngest son of sd. bro. Joseph Howell, decd. To nephews Joseph Williams, Israel Asher and Jacob Howell, sons of sd. Bro. Arthur. Exec: Brother Arthur Howell and his sons the sd. Joseph and William Howell. Letters granted to Joseph and William Howell. Codicil: Feb. 20, 1807. If in judgment of friends Nathan and David Sellers of Philadelphia, wireworkers, there is not sufficient for support of sister Sarah Parker &c. Witnesses to codicil: Isaac Lawrence and William Andrews.

 

Witness

Nathan

Sellers

 

2:432

21 1 1809

    1809

Remarks: Elizabeth Mullens. City of Philadelphia. Spinster. To Mary Hunse, widow, Harriot Tew, spinster, and Delia Paul, wife of Samuel Paul. To children of nephew David Few, decd., tract of land in Wells Valley in Bedford Co., Penna. &c. Exec: Samuel Paul and Mary Hanse.

 

Witness

David

Sellers

2:432

21 1 1809

    1809

Remarks: Elizabeth Mullens. City of Philadelphia. Spinster. To Mary Hunse, widow, Harriot Tew, spinster, and Delia Paul, wife of Samuel Paul. To children of nephew David Few, decd., tract of land in Wells Valley in Bedford Co., Penna. &c. Exec: Samuel Paul and Mary Hanse.

 

Trustee

Nathan

Sellers

3:244

2 7 1810

17 8 1810

Remarks: Bason, Elizabeth. Phila. Co. July 2, 1810. Aug 17, 1810. 3.244. Legacy to sister Elizabeth now wife of Samuel Stall of Baltimore, at her death said legacy to her children. Legacy to sister Ann Collins of Fawn Twp., York Co. Legacy to niece Hannah, now wife of Samuel Fisher, to be left in hands of Nathan Sellers, overplus at her decease, to her children. Legacy to niece Ann Keichler, now wife of George Kiechler and her nephew James Elkins. To William Elkin and Mary Elkin son and daughter of Joseph and Ann Elkin late of Baltimore, dec'd. To Sarah Roberts daughter of James and Abby Roberts. To children of niece Sarah Ruall viz: Joseph, Mary, John and Hannah. Residue of estate to said Sarah Roberts and her young brother whose name she does not recollect. Exec: Friend George Knorr of Northern Liberties, Board Merchant. Letters granted to exec. Nov 22, 1810.

 

Son-in-law

George

Sellers

 

4:9

31 8 1810

21 11 1811

Remarks: Ash, Abigail. District of Southwark. Widow. Aug 31, 1810. Nov 21, 1811. 4.9. To daughters Alice Pearson and Ann Evans Sellers. To son-in-law George Sellers in trust for support of son Joshua Ash. To sons Samuel Evans Ash and Charles Ash. Son-in-law Benjamin Pearson. Execs: Son-in-law George Sellers and friend Alexander Elmslie of Phila., merchant. George Sellers renounced.

 

Trustee

George

Sellers

4:9

31 8 1810

21 11 1811

Remarks: Ash, Abigail. District of Southwark. Widow. Aug 31, 1810. Nov 21, 1811. 4.9. To daughters Alice Pearson and Ann Evans Sellers. To son-in-law George Sellers in trust for support of son Joshua Ash. To sons Samuel Evans Ash and Charles Ash. Son-in-law Benjamin Pearson. Execs: Son-in-law George Sellers and friend Alexander Elmslie of Phila., merchant. George Sellers renounced.

Executor

George

Sellers

4:9

31 8 1810

21 11 1811

Remarks: Ash, Abigail. District of Southwark. Widow. Aug 31, 1810. Nov 21, 1811. 4.9. To daughters Alice Pearson and Ann Evans Sellers. To son-in-law George Sellers in trust for support of son Joshua Ash. To sons Samuel Evans Ash and Charles Ash. Son-in-law Benjamin Pearson. Execs: Son-in-law George Sellers and friend Alexander Elmslie of Phila., merchant. George Sellers renounced.

 

Daughter

Ann Evans Ash

Sellers

4:9

31 8 1810

21 11 1811

Remarks: Ash, Abigail. District of Southwark. Widow. Aug 31, 1810. Nov 21, 1811. 4.9. To daughters Alice Pearson and Ann Evans Sellers. To son-in-law George Sellers in trust for support of son Joshua Ash. To sons Samuel Evans Ash and Charles Ash. Son-in-law Benjamin Pearson. Execs: Son-in-law George Sellers and friend Alexander Elmslie of Phila., merchant. George Sellers renounced.

 

Witness

Nathan

Sellers

3:461

27 4 1809

29 7 1811

Remarks: Pemberton, Hannah. Phila. April 27, 1809. July 29, 1811. 3.461. To sister Sarah Zane property in Moyamensing Twp. on road leading from Phila. to Gloucester Point devised to her by her late father Isaac Zane. To nephew John Zane. To niece Sarah Zane house and grounds in Phila. purchased of Thomas J. Ridgway. Ground rent payable out of ground conveyed by William Garrigues and wife to Samuel Ashton. To Hannah and Mary, daughters of said nephew John Zane. To Mary Pleasants, widow of Samuel Pleasants. To her -Mary Pleasants- sister Sarah Rhoads. To Dr. Thomas Parke. To his son James. To his sister Hannah Parke. To committee of Yearly Mtg. of Friends for relief of Indians. Late husband John Pemberton bequeathed a legacy to John Wilson. All residue of estate to sister Sarah Zane. Execs: Relation Dr. Thomas Parke and friends Elliston Perot and John Wilson. Codicil ---, 1811. Mentions in addition to those in the will, Isaac Zane son of nephew John Zane and Sarah Pancoast of Alexandria in VA widow of David Pancoast. Execs: James Pemberton Parke in addition to those in will.

 

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Coleman

Sellers

 

 

4:59

24 1 1812

1 2 1812

Remarks: Parrish, Samuel. Phila. Merchant. Jan 24, 1812. Feb 1, 1812. 4.59. All estate to parents Isaac and Sarah Parrish. Execs: brother Joseph Parrish, brother-in-law William Wright and friend Joseph S. Lewis, desires said Joseph S. Lewis to be acting exec.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Witness

William

Sellers

 

 

S:502

22 7 1777

18 11 1784

Remarks: Moore, Abel. Blockley, Co. of Phila. July 22, 1777. Nov 18, 1784. S.502. Wife and Exec: Hannah Moore.

 

Witness

J.

Sellers

 

S:502

22 7 1777

18 11 1784

Remarks: Moore, Abel. Blockley, Co. of Phila. July 22, 1777. Nov 18, 1784. S.502. Wife and Exec: Hannah Moore.

 

Niece

Hannah Pascall

Sellers

S:409

7 4 1782

29 11 1783

Remarks: Lloyd, Gwen. Lower Merion, Co. of Phila. Spinster. April 7, 1782. Nov 29, 1783. S.409. Brother: Robert. Sarah Lloyd, Daughter of Brother Robert. Nieces: Margret Hart, Daughter of Brother Robert, Sarah Lloyd, Daughter of Brother Robert, Hannah Sellers and Joanna Davis, Daughters of William Pascall, decd., Hannah Churchman, Daughter of Mordecai James, decd., Elin Lewis, Daughter of Gonard Jones, decd., Hanah Jones, Daughter of Nephew Silas Jones, decd., Sarah Jones, Daughter of Nephew Paul Jones, decd., Nephew John Roberts, Son of Nephew John Roberts, decd. Exec: Thomas Roberts.

 

Witness

William

Sellers

S:123

27 3 1772

1 7 1782

Remarks: Strettell, Philotesia. City of Phila. Widow. March 27, 1772. July 1, 1782. S.123. Children: Amos, John in London, Frances Jones.Sister: Frances Chamberlin, County of Middlesex, England, widow. Grandchildren: Robert, Ann and Frances Strettell, Children of Son Amos, John Strettell Jones, Son of Daughter Frances. Nephew: James Vaux from London in last April. Friend: Amelia Evans, Daughter of Lewis Evans, decd. Nephews and Nieces: Child of Children of Cousin Frances Merrick, Wife of William Merrick - London, Daughter of James Chosley, decd. two Daughters of late Brother Cornelius Owen of London, decd., Child or Children of Nathaniel Owen of London. Friend: Patience Barclay, Daughter of Alexander Barclay, decd. Exec: Amos Strettell. Codicil: Signed Sept 21, 1779. Wit: Thomas Bond, John Stille, Alexander Todd.

 

Witness

I.Sellers

T:277

30 8 1785

3 2 1786

Remarks: Saltar, Sarah. City of Phila. Widow. Relict of Lawrence Saltar of New Jersey. Gentleman. Aug 30, 1785. Feb 3, 1786. T.277. Sisters: Elizabeth, Alice and Deborah Howard. Brothers: Thomas, Charles, John and Luke Howard. Womans Monthly Meeting of Friends of Phila., Vestry and Church Wardens of the United Episcopal Churches of Phila. Exec: Father, John and Sisters, Elizabeth, Alice and Deborah Howard.

 

Executor

Nathan

Sellers

W:552

8 1 1784

17 11 1793

Remarks: Humphreys, Richard. City of Phila. 

 

Exec: Mary Humphreys

Son-in-Law John Litle

Nathan Sellers."

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Witness

Joseph

Sellers

R:336

15 2 1778

27 9 1780

Remarks: Towers, John. Kingsess, Co. of Phila. Skinner. Feb 15, 1778. Sept 27, 1780. R.336. Wife: Margaret. Children: Benjamin, John, Elizabeth, Ann, Robert. Exec: John Towers, Isaac Pearson of Darby. Codicil: Signed Sept 9, 1780. Children: Robert and Elizabeth Towers. Wit: Abraham Yorom, Joseph Robinson, Sarah S. White.

 

Executor

Christopher

Sellers

S:24

1 3 1780

4 10 1781

Remarks: Edgar, William. City of Phila. Marine, Sloop Cornet. March 1, 1780. Oct 4 1781. S.24. Mother: Sarah Cronin. Brothers: David, John. Sister: Sarah Drummond. Exec: Sarah Cronin, William Shute, Christopher Sellers.

 

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John

Sellers

 

 

R:391

30 10 1780

17 3 1781

Remarks: Moore, James. Blockley, Co. of Phila. Yeoman. Oct 30, 1780. March 17, 1781. R.391. Children: Abel, Amos, Martha, Mary. Grandchildren: James and John Moore, Abner Evans. Friends: Sarah Palmer, John Lambert, Margaret Bennett. Exec: Abel Moore.

 

 

 

 

Daughter

Ann Gibson

Sellers

 

K:506

1 12 1753

3 3 1757

Remarks: Gibson, Mathew. Co. of Philadelphia. Dec. 1, 1753. March 3, 1757. Children: David, Joshua and Ann, wife of John Sellers. Grandchildren: James and Hannah Gibson, children of Joshua. Guardians and Legatees: Son-in-law Thomas Pearson and cousin Joseph Bonsall. Exec: Son David, son-in-law Thomas Pearson, Joseph Bonsall.

 

Son-in-law

John

Sellers

K:506

1 12 1753

3 3 1757

Remarks: Gibson, Mathew. Co. of Philadelphia. Dec. 1, 1753. March 3, 1757. Children: David, Joshua and Ann, wife of John Sellers. Grandchildren: James and Hannah Gibson, children of Joshua. Guardians and Legatees: Son-in-law Thomas Pearson and cousin Joseph Bonsall. Exec: Son David, son-in-law Thomas Pearson, Joseph Bonsall.

 

Witness

John

Sellers

K:298

15 5 1755

Remarks: Bonsall, James. Kingsess, Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman. Proved May 15, 1755. Sisters: Hannah Price, Sarah Elliot. Cousins: Edward Bonsall, Martha, daughter of Philip and Hannah Price. Brothers: Benjamin and Nathan. Overseers: Jonathan Paschall, uncle, cousin John Hunt. Exec: Brother Benjamin. Witnesses testify that they believe the unsigned will to be in the handwriting of the testator.

 

Executor

Samuel

Sellers

E:204

23 12 1732

Remarks: John Lewis. Blockley, City of Philadelphia. Not signed. ----. December 23, 1732. E.204. Mary Scothorn, Jonathan Strange. Brothers and Sisters: no names. Exec: Lewis Thomas, Samuel Sellers.

 

Executor

Samuel

Sellers

Jr.

E:132

9 4 1726

13 6 1730

Remarks: John Ball. Blockley, Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman. April 9, 1726/7. June 13, 1730. E.132. Sister: Elizabeth Nickerson of Nottingham, England. Nephew: John Nickerson of Nottingham, Eng. Brother: Rodger. Cousins: John, Mary, Elizabeth, and Hannah Ball. Friend: Samuel Bunting. To Samuel Sellers Jur. and Samuel Bunting for Quakers of Darby Meeting. Exec: Rodger Ball, Samuel Sellers, Samuel Bunting.

 

Trustee

Samuel

Sellers

 

Jr.

E:132

9 4 1726

13 6 1730

Remarks: John Ball. Blockley, Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman. April 9, 1726/7. June 13, 1730. E.132. Sister: Elizabeth Nickerson of Nottingham, England. Nephew: John Nickerson of Nottingham, Eng. Brother: Rodger. Cousins: John, Mary, Elizabeth, and Hannah Ball. Friend: Samuel Bunting. To Samuel Sellers Jur. and Samuel Bunting for Quakers of Darby Meeting. Exec: Rodger Ball, Samuel Sellers, Samuel Bunting.

 

Witness

Wm.

Sellers

Y:459

8 4 1797

2 1 1801

Remarks: Stephen Paschall. City of Phila. April 8, 1797. Jan 2, 1801. Y.459. Daughter: Hannah, Wife of Levi Hollingsworth. Daughter-in-law: Ann Paschall. Grandchildren: Paschall, Mary and Henry Hollingsworth, Thomas and Jonathan Paschall. Exec: Son-in-Law Levi Hollingsworth, Grandson Paschall, Daughter Hannah Hollingsworth. Codicil: Signed Dec 4, 1798. Daughter-in-law: Ann Paschall. Witnesses to Codicil: Wm. Seller, Geo. Taylor, Jr., Benj. Tucker.

 

Witness

John

Sellers

Y:601

14 1 1800

21 10 1801

Remarks: Hannah Moore. Blockley Township. Co. of Phila. Jan 14, 1800. Oct 21, 1801. Y.601. Sister-in-Law: Martha Chapman. To John Chapman, Son of Martha, Abner Evans, William Moore, Senr, Phebe, Daughter of John and Sarah Suple. Nieces: Hannah, Mary, Susannah, Johanna, Children of Niece Sarah, Wife of John Thomas. Exec: John Thomas.

 

Executor

David

Sellers

 

 

Y:573

3 9 1801

8 9 1801

Remarks: Reese Lloyd. City of Phila. Sept 3, 1801. Sept 8, 1801. Y.573. Friend: Barnard Hansell. Brothers and Sisters: Edward, Ann, Elizabeth and Tilbury Jones. Exec: Bernard Hansell, David Sellers.

 

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Daniel

Sellers

 

 

Y:459

8 4 1797

2 1 1801

Remarks: Stephen Paschall. City of Phila. April 8, 1797. Jan 2, 1801. Y.459. Daughter: Hannah, Wife of Levi Hollingsworth. Daughter-in-law: Ann Paschall. Grandchildren: Paschall, Mary and Henry Hollingsworth, Thomas and Jonathan Paschall. Exec: Son-in-Law Levi Hollingsworth, Grandson Paschall, Daughter Hannah Hollingsworth. Codicil: Signed Dec 4, 1798. Daughter-in-law: Ann Paschall. Witnesses to Codicil: Wm. Seller, Geo. Taylor, Jr., Benj. Tucker.

 

 

 

Witness

Nathan

Sellers

1:228

12 6 1804

30 8 1804

Remarks: Mary Fayssoux. City of Philadelphia. Dau. of Dr. Peter Fayssoux, late of Charlestown, S.C., decd. Leaves $800 to Martha Brandt with whom she lived. Exec: Henry Wm. DeLaussure of Charleston.

 

Witness

Susanna

Sellers

Y:698

14 6 1802

17 6 1802

Remarks: Maria Therese LaPerche, Wife of John Francis LaPerche. Phila. June 14, 1802. June 17, 1802. Y.698. Friend and Exec: Pierie DeLaunay. Children.

Executor

Nathan

Sellers

1:83

26 3 1798

2 3 1803

Remarks: Charles William Nushag. City of Philadelphia. Baker. Grandchildren: Catharine, Sarah and Maria Sturmfeltz, children of dau. Margaret, decd. Daughter-in-Law: Hannah Nushag, widow of son John, decd. Children: Charles, William, Jacob, Michael Nushag, Barbara Benninghove and Catharine Kingston. Exec: Son-in-law Jacob Benninghove, Junr. and friend Nathan Sellers.

 

Witness

David

Sellers

1:226

5 2 1803

27 8 1804

Remarks: Edward Williams. Blockley Township, Co. of Philadelphia. Legacies to grandchildren Edward, Ann, Elizabeth, Joseph and Mary Robeson, children of his dau. late wife of Jonathan Robeson; these legacies to be paid only if he receives interest on bond owed him by Matthew McConnell. Mentions children of granddau. Hannah Ridgeway. Granddaughter: Sarah Bogar. Grandson: William Coulton. Granddaughter: Lydia Smith. Exec: William Warner and William Coulton. Wm. Coulton one of the Exec. affirmed.

 

Friend

Nathan

Sellers

1:83

26 3 1798

2 3 1803

Remarks: Charles William Nushag. City of Philadelphia. Baker. Grandchildren: Catharine, Sarah and Maria Sturmfeltz, children of dau. Margaret, decd. Daughter-in-Law: Hannah Nushag, widow of son John, decd. Children: Charles, William, Jacob, Michael Nushag, Barbara Benninghove and Catharine Kingston. Exec: Son-in-law Jacob Benninghove, Junr. and friend Nathan Sellers.

 

Witness

Nathan

Sellers

1:226

5 2 1803

27 8 1804

Remarks: Edward Williams. Blockley Township, Co. of Philadelphia. Legacies to grandchildren Edward, Ann, Elizabeth, Joseph and Mary Robeson, children of his dau. late wife of Jonathan Robeson; these legacies to be paid only if he receives interest on bond owed him by Matthew McConnell. Mentions children of granddau. Hannah Ridgeway. Granddaughter: Sarah Bogar. Grandson: William Coulton. Granddaughter: Lydia Smith. Exec: William Warner and William Coulton. Wm. Coulton one of the Exec. affirmed.

Executor

Nathan

Sellers

U:564

12 5 1790

11 8 1790

Remarks: Paschall, Stephen, Junr. City of Phila. May 12, 1790. Aug 11, 1790. U.564. Wife: Ann. Sons: Thomas, Jonathan. Sisters: Hannah Hollingsworth, Margaret Hughes. Exec. And Guardians: Cousins Joseph Paschall, Nathan Sellers.

Guardian

Nathan

Sellers

U:564

12 5 1790

11 8 1790

Remarks: Paschall, Stephen, Junr. City of Phila. May 12, 1790. Aug 11, 1790. U.564. Wife: Ann. Sons: Thomas, Jonathan. Sisters: Hannah Hollingsworth, Margaret Hughes. Exec. And Guardians: Cousins Joseph Paschall, Nathan Sellers.

 

Witness

David

Sellers

U:564

12 5 1790

11 8 1790

Remarks: Paschall, Stephen, Junr. City of Phila. May 12, 1790. Aug 11, 1790. U.564. Wife: Ann. Sons: Thomas, Jonathan. Sisters: Hannah Hollingsworth, Margaret Hughes. Exec. And Guardians: Cousins Joseph Paschall, Nathan Sellers.

 

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Nathan

Sellers

U:564

12 5 1790

11 8 1790

Remarks: Paschall, Stephen, Junr. City of Phila. May 12, 1790. Aug 11, 1790. U.564. Wife: Ann. Sons: Thomas, Jonathan. Sisters: Hannah Hollingsworth, Margaret Hughes. Exec. And Guardians: Cousins Joseph Paschall, Nathan Sellers.

Executor

Samuel

Sellers

5:367

6 7 1813

24 11 1814

Remarks: Coleman, Joseph. Phila. July 6, 1813. Nov 24, 1814. 5.367. Brothers-in-law Nathan Sellers and David Sellers. To sisters Hannah Coleman and Margaret Coleman. To brother William Coleman. Execs: brother-in-law Nathan Sellers and nephew Samuel Sellers. Nathan Sellers renounced.

 

Witness

David

Sellers

 

 

5:367

6 7 1813

24 11 1814

Remarks: Coleman, Joseph. Phila. July 6, 1813. Nov 24, 1814. 5.367. Brothers-in-law Nathan Sellers and David Sellers. To sisters Hannah Coleman and Margaret Coleman. To brother William Coleman. Execs: brother-in-law Nathan Sellers and nephew Samuel Sellers. Nathan Sellers renounced.

 

Executor

Nathan

Sellers

 

 

5:367

6 7 1813

24 11 1814

Remarks: Coleman, Joseph. Phila. July 6, 1813. Nov 24, 1814. 5.367. Brothers-in-law Nathan Sellers and David Sellers. To sisters Hannah Coleman and Margaret Coleman. To brother William Coleman. Execs: brother-in-law Nathan Sellers and nephew Samuel Sellers. Nathan Sellers renounced.

 

Executor

Nathan

Sellers

 

5:233

28 1 1809

4 4 1814

Remarks: Brand, Martha G. Phila. Jan 28, 1809. April 4, 1814. 5.233. The house wherein she now dwells she leaves to Elizabeth Skinner, daughter of James and Mary Skinner. To Mary L. Reeves, daughter of James and Mary Skinner. To Women's Middle Meeting of Friends in Phila. All residue to said Elizabeth Skinner. Execs: Friends Robert Gill, the elder and Nathan Sellers. Robert Gill renounced.

 

Nephew

Samuel

Sellers

 

5:367

6 7 1813

24 11 1814

Remarks: Coleman, Joseph. Phila. July 6, 1813. Nov 24, 1814. 5.367. Brothers-in-law Nathan Sellers and David Sellers. To sisters Hannah Coleman and Margaret Coleman. To brother William Coleman. Execs: brother-in-law Nathan Sellers and nephew Samuel Sellers. Nathan Sellers renounced.

 

Executor

Nathan

Sellers

5:442

3 2 1815

29 2 1815

Remarks: Mary Shute. Widow. City of Phila. Feb. 3, 1815. Feb. 29, 1815. 5.442. To three younger daughters of William Stevenson and to said William's youngest son, Peter Stevenson. To Ann Brady. To cousin Catherine Poltney, if she is not living, to her daughter. To son John Shute, if heard from. Execs: Friends Nathan Sellers and William Stevenson. William McFarland, affirmed.

 

Brother-in-law

David

Sellers

 

5:367

6 7 1813

24 11 1814

Remarks: Coleman, Joseph. Phila. July 6, 1813. Nov 24, 1814. 5.367. Brothers-in-law Nathan Sellers and David Sellers. To sisters Hannah Coleman and Margaret Coleman. To brother William Coleman. Execs: brother-in-law Nathan Sellers and nephew Samuel Sellers. Nathan Sellers renounced.

 

Witness

Samuel

Sellers

5:367

6 7 1813

24 11 1814

Remarks: Coleman, Joseph. Phila. July 6, 1813. Nov 24, 1814. 5.367. Brothers-in-law Nathan Sellers and David Sellers. To sisters Hannah Coleman and Margaret Coleman. To brother William Coleman. Execs: brother-in-law Nathan Sellers and nephew Samuel Sellers. Nathan Sellers renounced.

Brother-in-law

Nathan

Sellers

5:367

6 7 1813

24 11 1814

Remarks: Coleman, Joseph. Phila. July 6, 1813. Nov 24, 1814. 5.367. Brothers-in-law Nathan Sellers and David Sellers. To sisters Hannah Coleman and Margaret Coleman. To brother William Coleman. Execs: brother-in-law Nathan Sellers and nephew Samuel Sellers. Nathan Sellers renounced.

 

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Coleman

Sellers

Philadelphia

 

5:171

12 10 1813

29 1 1814

Remarks: Jones, David. Formerly of the Parish of Lannarth, Co. of Cardigan, South Wales, Great Britain, now near Phila. in PA. Joiner. Oct 12, 1813. Jan 29, 1814. 5.171. Estate to brother Thomas Jones of London, joiner. To sister Magdalen Jones of London. To sisters Sarah Owens and Mary Jones of Wales. Execs: Josiah Evans and Coleman Sellers of Phila.

 

Mentioned

Nathan

Sellers

5:140

9 11 1812

21 12 1813

Remarks: Moore, Sarah. Phila. Widow of Thomas Moore, late of said city, gentleman, dec'd. Nov 9, 1812. Dec 21, 1813. 5.140. Property in Phila. -late in tenure of Richard Hopkins- she gives to Arthur Howell of said city, currier. Property in tenure of William Boggs to Joshua Parke, now living with her, he to pay to his mother Jane Parke, if he dies without issue, same to his two sisters Ann and Susannah Parke. Property in tenure of William Levis, to her cousin John Elliott Cresson of said city, conveyancer. Property where she dwells to her cousin Caleb Cresson, Jr., of said city, merchant, he to pay to Elizabeth Lukens, wife of Matthew Lukens and daughter of John Jones, late of Germantown, dec'd. To Mary Pusey, widow of William Pusey, at her death to her three daughters. To Sarah Parker of said city, widow, one of the daughters of Joseph and Hannah Howell, dec'd, at death of said Sarah, same to Deborah Howell, one of the daughters of above named Arthur Howell, if she dies without issue to her brother William W. Howell. To Sarah Carman, wife of James Carman, and her children. To Mary Fisher, widow of Elisha Fisher, at her death to her children. To Ann Burr, wife of William Hudson Burr of Mountholly, NJ. In trust for six children of Hugh Roberts and Hannah, his wife, lately dec'd, children of Daniel and Margaret Jones -said Margaret daughter of Mordecai Moore, dec'd- namely: Martha, Hannah, Margaret, Jonathan, George and Daniel Jones and Rachel Morris widow of Samuel Morris and her three children viz: Elizabeth, Thomas and Samuel Morris. Property in Southwark purchased of Job Bacon and Joseph Page to said John Elliott Cresson and Caleb Cresson, Jr. Property purchased of Buckridge Sims to Sarah Woolman -wife of William Woolman and daughter of late Hudson Burr, dec'd- at her death to children of said Sarah Woolman. Lot originally let to Joseph Jenkins she gives to Rebecca Burr, wife of Jacob Burr of NJ. To Hudson Burr, son of said Jacob and Rebecca. To Hannah and Sarah Burr, daughter of said Jacob and Rebecca. Property originally let to Samuel Wallis she gives to Rebecca Jones -wife of David Jones of said City, hatter, and daughter of Josiah Foster. Ground originally let to Joseph Jacob Wallis -now of the heirs of William Sheaff- she gives to said Jane Parke of Duck Creek, Delaware, widow, at her death to her daughter Ann Parke. Property originally let to Michael Gunkle and Charles Sing, she gives to Rachel Foster, wife of Josiah Foster, at her death to her daughter Rachel Foster, Jr., and to Hannah Hollingshead, widow of Edmund Hollingshead and daughter of said Rachel Foster. To Lydia Shepard -wife of Richard Shepard of Cohansey and daughter of said Rachel Foster. Rent charge payable by Nathan and David Sellers. Rent charge out of lot originally let to Adam Eckart and Jacob Spicer, now of Stephen North, she gives to Sophia Wood, at her death to her nephew Daniel Woolaston. Rent charge out of ground originally let to Charles Sing, now of the heirs of Josiah Matlack dec'd, to Jacob and Rebecca Burr, at their death, to their two daughters. Rent charge out of lot originally let to Jacob Door, now or late of the heirs of Philip Sydelman, also lot originally let to George Adam Fister, lot originally let to Catharine Hawning, now or late of George Sens, to Ann Morris, wid. of cousin Luke Morris, at her death to their children. Rent charge out of lots left by her uncle Caleb Emlen, dec'd, to her and her late brother Hudson Emlen, she gives to Samuel Emlen Mifflin and Lemuel Mifflin, sons of Ann Mifflin, widow of Warner Mifflin. Rent charge out of lot originally let to James Poultney, now of Jacob Baker, also one originally let to George Fleck she gives to her cousin the said Ann Mifflin. Rent charge payable by Robert Blane. To execs. in trust to carry out her father's intentions relative to Public Prisons. Lot now or late in tenure of Jacob Burr to said John Elliott Cresson and Caleb Cresson, Jr., they paying to Elizabeth Balderson and to Samuel Hopkins and Hannah his wife, late of this city, now of Rahway, NJ, at their death to Ann and Elizabeth Hopkins, daughters of said Samuel and Hannah. To William Ogden and his children. Rent charge originally let to John Wickart of Frederick Breinen, out of lot orignially let to Hieoronimus Warner, to Elizabeth Smith and to Thomas Smith. To Mary Pryor, wife of Edmund Pryor of N. Y. City -daughter of Henry and Hannah Haydock. To Hannah Lawrence, wife of Richard Lawrence of N. Y. City -daughter of said Henry and Hannah Haydock. To Rebecca Barrow, wife of John Barrow -daughter of said Henry and Hannah Haydock. To Susanna Stockden, wife of Abraham Stockden of Burlington, NJ, at her death, to her children and her brother. Samuel's daughter and her brother Thomas' two sons. To Susanna Bond, formerly Susanna Knight, a relation of her mothers. To Rebecca Price, sister of Sarah Price, dec'd, at her death, to her -said Rebecca's- niece Sarah Price. To Jane Parke, at her death to her sons Samuel Emlen Parke and Robert Parke and her daughters Ann and Susanna Park. To Rachel Morris widow of Samuel Morris, at her death to her three children namely: Thomas Moore Morris, Samuel and Elizabeth Morris. To friend Robert Wharton of Phila. in trust for Hannah Cuthbert, late Hannah Duer, one of the daughters of above named William Ogden, at her death to her children. To Benjamin G. Howell, son of Joseph Howell. To Sarah Emlen Moore daughter of Samuel Preston Moore and Susanna, his wife. To Rachel Lewis daughter of Joseph and Hannah Wharton. To Sarah Green and Ann Wharton, daughters of William and Mary Green, deceased. To Henry Moore, son of Mordecai Moore, dec'd. To Mary Heston, Mary Heston, Jr., Mordecai Heston and Charles Heston. To seven children of above named Hannah Hollingshead. To children of Daniel and Margaret Jones. To two sons of above named Elizabeth Lukens. To cousin Owen Jones. To John Elliott of London, England, for children of grandchildren of Mary Rament, widow of Robert Rament, formerly a tobacconist of London. To Sarah Hoopes, who formerly lived with her, now of Chester Co. To Lydia Morris. To Henry Moore of Montgomery Co. and his six children. To Deborah Jackson -daughter of Mordecai Moore- and her three daughters. Lot now let to William Martin, she gives to William Carman. Execs: Cousins said Owen Jones, John Elliott Cresson and Caleb Cresson, Jr.

 

Mentioned

David

Sellers

5:140

9 11 1812

21 12 1813

Remarks: Moore, Sarah. Phila. Widow of Thomas Moore, late of said city, gentleman, dec'd. Nov 9, 1812. Dec 21, 1813. 5.140. Property in Phila. -late in tenure of Richard Hopkins- she gives to Arthur Howell of said city, currier. Property in tenure of William Boggs to Joshua Parke, now living with her, he to pay to his mother Jane Parke, if he dies without issue, same to his two sisters Ann and Susannah Parke. Property in tenure of William Levis, to her cousin John Elliott Cresson of said city, conveyancer. Property where she dwells to her cousin Caleb Cresson, Jr., of said city, merchant, he to pay to Elizabeth Lukens, wife of Matthew Lukens and daughter of John Jones, late of Germantown, dec'd. To Mary Pusey, widow of William Pusey, at her death to her three daughters. To Sarah Parker of said city, widow, one of the daughters of Joseph and Hannah Howell, dec'd, at death of said Sarah, same to Deborah Howell, one of the daughters of above named Arthur Howell, if she dies without issue to her brother William W. Howell. To Sarah Carman, wife of James Carman, and her children. To Mary Fisher, widow of Elisha Fisher, at her death to her children. To Ann Burr, wife of William Hudson Burr of Mountholly, NJ. In trust for six children of Hugh Roberts and Hannah, his wife, lately dec'd, children of Daniel and Margaret Jones -said Margaret daughter of Mordecai Moore, dec'd- namely: Martha, Hannah, Margaret, Jonathan, George and Daniel Jones and Rachel Morris widow of Samuel Morris and her three children viz: Elizabeth, Thomas and Samuel Morris. Property in Southwark purchased of Job Bacon and Joseph Page to said John Elliott Cresson and Caleb Cresson, Jr. Property purchased of Buckridge Sims to Sarah Woolman -wife of William Woolman and daughter of late Hudson Burr, dec'd- at her death to children of said Sarah Woolman. Lot originally let to Joseph Jenkins she gives to Rebecca Burr, wife of Jacob Burr of NJ. To Hudson Burr, son of said Jacob and Rebecca. To Hannah and Sarah Burr, daughter of said Jacob and Rebecca. Property originally let to Samuel Wallis she gives to Rebecca Jones -wife of David Jones of said City, hatter, and daughter of Josiah Foster. Ground originally let to Joseph Jacob Wallis -now of the heirs of William Sheaff- she gives to said Jane Parke of Duck Creek, Delaware, widow, at her death to her daughter Ann Parke. Property originally let to Michael Gunkle and Charles Sing, she gives to Rachel Foster, wife of Josiah Foster, at her death to her daughter Rachel Foster, Jr., and to Hannah Hollingshead, widow of Edmund Hollingshead and daughter of said Rachel Foster. To Lydia Shepard -wife of Richard Shepard of Cohansey and daughter of said Rachel Foster. Rent charge payable by Nathan and David Sellers. Rent charge out of lot originally let to Adam Eckart and Jacob Spicer, now of Stephen North, she gives to Sophia Wood, at her death to her nephew Daniel Woolaston. Rent charge out of ground originally let to Charles Sing, now of the heirs of Josiah Matlack dec'd, to Jacob and Rebecca Burr, at their death, to their two daughters. Rent charge out of lot originally let to Jacob Door, now or late of the heirs of Philip Sydelman, also lot originally let to George Adam Fister, lot originally let to Catharine Hawning, now or late of George Sens, to Ann Morris, wid. of cousin Luke Morris, at her death to their children. Rent charge out of lots left by her uncle Caleb Emlen, dec'd, to her and her late brother Hudson Emlen, she gives to Samuel Emlen Mifflin and Lemuel Mifflin, sons of Ann Mifflin, widow of Warner Mifflin. Rent charge out of lot originally let to James Poultney, now of Jacob Baker, also one originally let to George Fleck she gives to her cousin the said Ann Mifflin. Rent charge payable by Robert Blane. To execs. in trust to carry out her father's intentions relative to Public Prisons. Lot now or late in tenure of Jacob Burr to said John Elliott Cresson and Caleb Cresson, Jr., they paying to Elizabeth Balderson and to Samuel Hopkins and Hannah his wife, late of this city, now of Rahway, NJ, at their death to Ann and Elizabeth Hopkins, daughters of said Samuel and Hannah. To William Ogden and his children. Rent charge originally let to John Wickart of Frederick Breinen, out of lot orignially let to Hieoronimus Warner, to Elizabeth Smith and to Thomas Smith. To Mary Pryor, wife of Edmund Pryor of N. Y. City -daughter of Henry and Hannah Haydock. To Hannah Lawrence, wife of Richard Lawrence of N. Y. City -daughter of said Henry and Hannah Haydock. To Rebecca Barrow, wife of John Barrow -daughter of said Henry and Hannah Haydock. To Susanna Stockden, wife of Abraham Stockden of Burlington, NJ, at her death, to her children and her brother. Samuel's daughter and her brother Thomas' two sons. To Susanna Bond, formerly Susanna Knight, a relation of her mothers. To Rebecca Price, sister of Sarah Price, dec'd, at her death, to her -said Rebecca's- niece Sarah Price. To Jane Parke, at her death to her sons Samuel Emlen Parke and Robert Parke and her daughters Ann and Susanna Park. To Rachel Morris widow of Samuel Morris, at her death to her three children namely: Thomas Moore Morris, Samuel and Elizabeth Morris. To friend Robert Wharton of Phila. in trust for Hannah Cuthbert, late Hannah Duer, one of the daughters of above named William Ogden, at her death to her children. To Benjamin G. Howell, son of Joseph Howell. To Sarah Emlen Moore daughter of Samuel Preston Moore and Susanna, his wife. To Rachel Lewis daughter of Joseph and Hannah Wharton. To Sarah Green and Ann Wharton, daughters of William and Mary Green, deceased. To Henry Moore, son of Mordecai Moore, dec'd. To Mary Heston, Mary Heston, Jr., Mordecai Heston and Charles Heston. To seven children of above named Hannah Hollingshead. To children of Daniel and Margaret Jones. To two sons of above named Elizabeth Lukens. To cousin Owen Jones. To John Elliott of London, England, for children of grandchildren of Mary Rament, widow of Robert Rament, formerly a tobacconist of London. To Sarah Hoopes, who formerly lived with her, now of Chester Co. To Lydia Morris. To Henry Moore of Montgomery Co. and his six children. To Deborah Jackson -daughter of Mordecai Moore- and her three daughters. Lot now let to William Martin, she gives to William Carman. Execs: Cousins said Owen Jones, John Elliott Cresson and Caleb Cresson, Jr.

Sister

Hannah Coleman

Sellers

5:367

6 7 1813

24 11 1814

Remarks: Coleman, Joseph. Phila. July 6, 1813. Nov 24, 1814. 5.367. Brothers-in-law Nathan Sellers and David Sellers. To sisters Hannah Coleman and Margaret Coleman. To brother William Coleman. Execs: brother-in-law Nathan Sellers and nephew Samuel Sellers. Nathan Sellers renounced.

 

Daughter

Ann Gibbins

Sellers

B:172

28 12 1701

25 4 1702

Remarks: Gibbins, Henry. Darby, Chester Co. 12/28/1701/2. Daughters, Mary wife of Robert Scothorn and Ann Sellers and her children. Son Henry and daughter Sarah, wife of John Johnson of Nottingham, disinherited. Executor: Son-in-law Robert Scothorn.

 

Witness

Samuel

Sellers

C:92

7 1 1708

24 4 1708

Remarks: Robert Scothorn of Darby, Chester Co. 1/7/1708. Sons Samuel and Nathan. Executrix: Wife Mary. Overseers: Samuel Sellers, Jonathan Cockshaw.

Mentioned

Samuel

Sellers

C:92

7 1 1708

24 4 1708

Remarks: Robert Scothorn of Darby, Chester Co. 1/7/1708. Sons Samuel and Nathan. Executrix: Wife Mary. Overseers: Samuel Sellers, Jonathan Cockshaw.

 

Executor

John

Sellers

X:659

23 8 1797

13 11 1797

Remarks: Margaret Hertzbach. Germantown. Co. of Phila. Aug 23, 1797. Nov 13, 1797. X.659. Brother: Nicholas. Sisters: Barbara Bowman, Catharine Halberstad. To William Bowman (Son of Jacob). Sister-in-Law: Rachel Hertzbach, Wife of Brother Nicholas. To Brothers and Sisters' children and children of a Dec'd Sister. Exec: William Bowman, John Sellers.

Son-in-law

John

Sellers

X:689

1 9 1796

22 1 1798

Remarks: Jacob Bowman. Germantown. Co. of Phila. Cedar cooper. Sept 1, 1796. Jan 22, 1798. X.689. Wife: Barbara. Children: William, Daniel, Jacob, Elizabeth, Wife of Levi Jones. Catharine, Wife of John Sellers-Late wife of Henry Sink. Sarah, Wife of Jacob Reiger. Grandchildren: Jacob Sink, and Children of Daughters-of Elizabeth and Sarah and of Sons William, Daniel and Jacob Bowman. Exec: Wife Barbara and Son William Bowman.

 

Witness

Nn.

Sellers

X:560

22 2 1797

6 4 1797

Remarks: Frances Sarah Fayssoux, Late of Charleston, South Carolina. Phila. Spinster. Feb 22, 1797. April 6, 1797. X.560. Mother: Mary Ann. Sister: Mary Bullen Fayssoux. To All Brothers and Sisters. To Female Slave Mum Nelly. Exec: Mother Mary Ann Fayssoux, Katin Simmons, William Hort, Henry William Dessausure, All of South Carolina.

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John

Sellers

X:550

    1795

27 2 1797

Remarks: John Thomas. Blockley Township. Co. of Phila. 1795. Feb 27, 1797. X.550. Children: Thomas, Margaret Suplee, Joseph, John. Grandchildren: William, Martha, Hannah, Ann and Phebe Suplee. Exec: Sons Thomas and John Thomas, Son-in-Law Nathan Suplee.

Daughter

Catharine Bowman

Sellers

X:689

1 9 1796

22 1 1798

Remarks: Jacob Bowman. Germantown. Co. of Phila. Cedar cooper. Sept 1, 1796. Jan 22, 1798. X.689. Wife: Barbara. Children: William, Daniel, Jacob, Elizabeth, Wife of Levi Jones. Catharine, Wife of John Sellers-Late wife of Henry Sink. Sarah, Wife of Jacob Reiger. Grandchildren: Jacob Sink, and Children of Daughters-of Elizabeth and Sarah and of Sons William, Daniel and Jacob Bowman. Exec: Wife Barbara and Son William Bowman.

 

Exec: Mary Humphreys

Son-in-Law John Litle

Nathan Sellers."

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James

Sollers

 

 

T:15

8 3 1784

19 6 1784

Remarks: Jones, Neels. Kingsessing, Co. of Phila. Yeoman. March 8, 1784. June 19, 1784. T.15. Wife: Christiana. Children: Peter, Nicholas, Ann Douglass, Mary Holstein, Rebecca. Exec: Charles Robinson, Peter Jones.

 

 

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Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

SAIDER, ADAM.  Philadelphia.
October 22, 1736.  November 2, 1736.  F.16.
Names of wife and children were not given.  Exec:  Jacob Bowman and
John Bechel. Witnesses:  Abraham Sahlar, Joseph Graff and Christopher
Laur.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

BOWMAN, JACOB.  Germantown, County of Philadelphia.  Carpenter.
April 30, 1748/9.  May 19, 1748.  G.271.
Wife:  Margaret.  Children:  Margaret, Susannah, Elizabeth, Catherine
and Sybilla.  Exec:  Dirck Keyser and Christopher Menz.
Witnesses:  Christopher Sowers, Christ Lehman and John Dewald End.


Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

BOWMAN, JACOB.  Germantown. Co. of Phila. Cedar cooper.
September 1, 1796.  January 22, 1798.  X.689.
Wife: Barbara. Children: William, Daniel, Jacob, Elizabeth [Wife of
Levi Jones]. Catharine [Wife of John Sellers - Late wife of Henry
Sink]. Sarah [Wife of Jacob Reiger]. Grandchildren: Jacob Sink, and
Children of Daughters - of Elizabeth and Sarah and of Sons William,
Daniel and Jacob Bowman. Exec: Wife Barbara and Son William Bowman.
Wit: John Huston and William Holbe.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

EDGELL, WILLIAM.  City of Philadelphia.  Merchant.  February 3, 1752.
June 24, 1752.  J.549.
Wife:  Sarah.  Brothers-in-Law:  John Mather and Joseph Davis.  Friend:
Mary Devaryhouse.  Exec:  Amos Strettell, John Mifflin.
Witnesses:  Henry Harrison, John Lynn, Paul Isaac Voto.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

LLOYD, THOMAS.  City of Philadelphia.  Merchant.  January 5, 1748/9.
May 13, 1754.  K.176.
Sisters:  Mary and Ann (Mathews).  Sister-in-Law:  Hannah or Joanna
Kearney.  Children:  Sarah and Susannah.  Nieces:  Hannah and Sarah,
daughters of Mordieca and Susannah Lloyd.  Nephew:  Thomas Lloyd.
Beneficiaries:  Samuel Greenman, apprentice, Dening Oliver,
housekeeper.  Exec:  John Henry, Charles Willing, William Coleman.
Witnesses:  Robert Moore, Amos Strettell, Wright Massey.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

HASELL, JANE.  City of Philadelphia.  Single woman.  January 7, 1757.
April 2, 1757.  K.514.
Brother:  Samuel.  Sisters:  Elizabeth Huston, Ann Bennezet, Hannah
Strettell and Sarah and Thomasin Hasell.  Brother-in-Law:  Amos
Strettell, to whom a legacy was entrusted for charitable uses, and in
event of his dying intestate the said sum so remaining to be given to
Pennsylvania Hospital.  Exec:  Samuel Hasell, Amos Strettell.
Witnesses:  Nathaniel and Hannah Allen, James Carmalt.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

STRETTELL, ROBERT.  City of Philadelphia.  Merchant.  June 21, 1750.
June 26, 1761.  M.127.
Children:  Amos, John, Frances and Ann.  Legatees:  Sister-in-law
Frances Chamberlin; kinsmen Thos. Rooke; son-in-law Isaac Jones; the
exec. for charitable uses.  Exec:  Wife Chilotesia and son Amos.
Witnesses:  William Jeron, Thos. Lloyd, Mark Kuhl, Junr.
Codicil:  August 22, 1750.
Witnesses:  Chas. Brockden, Mary Lisle, Peter Miller, Junr.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

STRETTELL, ANN. City of Phila.
August 6, 1767. May 28, 1771.
Mother: Philotisia. Brothers: Amos, John (of London). Sister: Frances
Jones. Cousins: Robert Gill (of Dublin), Abel, Thomas, Robert and Amos
Rooke, Ann and Elizabeth Rooke. Nephews: Robert Strettell Jones, Robert
Strettell. Nieces: Ann and Frances Strettell. Penn. Hospital.
Contributors to the Relief and Employment of the Poor. Exec.: Amos
Strettell. Witnesses: Barnaby Barnes, Wm. Sellers. (P:102)



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

STRETTELL, AMOS. City of Phila. Merchant.
January 8, 1771. September 22, 1781. R.275.
[Estate in England and America]
Mother: Philolisia. Children: Robert, Ann, Frances. Grandchildren:
Children of Son, Robert. Brother: John. Aunt: Frances Chamberlin [Co.
Middlesex, Great Brittain]. Exec: Abel James, Henry Drinker, John
Strettell [of City of London]. Trustees: Benjamin Chew, Alexander
Willcocks, Esq., Abel James, Henry Drinker. Wit: Owen Jones, Benjamin
Davies, Owen Jones, Junr. Codicil: Signed February 6, 1776.
Friend: Alexander Willcocks, Esq.
Trustees: Benjamin Chew, Alexander Willcocks, Esq., Abel Jones, Henry
Drinker. Children: Robert, Ann, Frances. Sister: Frances Jones [Widow
of Isaac Jones, decd.]. Nephew: Robert Strettell Jones.
Wit: S. P. Moore, Henry Hill, Benjamin Davies.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

STRETTELL, PHILOTESIA. City of Phila. Widow.
March 27, 1772. July 1, 1782. S.123.
Children: Amos, John [in London], Frances Jones. Sister: Frances
Chamberlin [County of Middlesex, England, widow]. Grandchildren: Robert,
Ann and Frances Strettell [Children of Son Amos], John Strettell Jones
[Son of Daughter Frances]. Nephew: James Vaux [from London in last
April]. Friend: Amelia Evans [Daughter of Lewis Evans, decd.]. Nephews
and Nieces: Child or Children of Cousin Frances Merrick [Wife of
William Merrick - London], Daughter of James Chosley, decd., two
Daughters of late Brother Cornelius Owen of London, decd., Child or
Children of Nathaniel Owen of London. Friend: Patience Barclay
[Daughter of Alexander Barclay, decd.]. Exec: Amos Strettell. Wit:
Daniel Roberdeau, William Sellers, David Chambers. Codicil: Signed
September 21, 1779. Wit: Thomas Bond, John Stille, Alexander Todd.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

STRETTELL, JOHN. Lime St., City of London. Merchant.
March 3, 1786. August 5, 1786. U.5.
Large Estates in several counties in England.
Wife: Mary. Child: Amos. Friends [in Trust]: Daniel Mildred and John
Hannon [of London], Alexander Forbes [of Middlesex]. Brothers-in-Law:
Joseph and Caleb Hayling. Cousins: George Vaux, Junr., Susanna Vaux,
Jeremiah, Richard and James Vaux. Guardians: Wife Mary and John
Brickwood [for Son Amos]. Friends and Others: Alexander Forbes, Mrs.
Mary Chamberlain, Mrs. Sarah Willoughby, Miss Weguelin [Granddaughter
of Uncle Cornelius Owen], Henry Arthur Langhopf, John Buckwood. To
Coachmen, Gardina; and other Servants in London and Creydon. Ann Fox
[Servant to Mr. Hayes, Bath]. John Patenan, Isaac Todd, John Jackson,
Lawrence Brickwood and Arthur Shepherd [Conditionally], Daniel Mildred,
John Harman, Trustees of Quaker Work House [at Clerkenwell]. Members of
Quaker and Monthly Meeting [at Creyden]. Quakers Monthly Meeting
[Devonshire Street, London]. Governor of London Hospital for the Small
Pox and inoculation of the Orphans Working School in the City Road and
lying in Charity of Poor Married Women. Nieces: Frances Strettell [Wife
of Cadwalader Morris]. Nephew: Robert Strettell Jones. Cousins:
Jeremiah, Elizabeth and Mary Owen, Fanny and Lucy Bowyer, Elizabeth
Gelding, Sarah [Wife of Joseph Taylor], Susannah Sparrow [Wife of John
Sparrow], Frances [Wife of George Vaux]. Sister-in-Law: Susannah [Wife
of Michael Edridge]. Friends Shatherine [Wife of Thomas Hill], Sarah
Flavell. Cousins: Frances Morrick, Ann Smith [Daughter of Late Uncle
Cornelius Owen], William and Benjamin Bell. Exec: Daniel Mildred,
Alexander Forbes, John Harman, Joseph Hayling.
Wit: Warder Vandershute, Thomas Ridley, Samuel Hoole.
Proved in London, England and Recorded in the Prerogative Court of
Canterbury.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

SINK, JACOB.  Passyunk Township, Co. of Philadelphia.  Yeoman.  January
10, 1803.  January 29, 1803.  1.72.
Wife:  Present wife Catharine Sink, late Ohler.  Two youngest children:
Christopher and Margaret Sink.  Son John Sink and friend Thomas L.
Bristol of Philadelphia, baker, Trustees for children until they become
of age.  Children:  Catharine Coppel, John Sink, Hannah Testian, Jacob
Sink,  Susanna Miller, Rosina Haines, Caroline Hoffner, Christopher and
Margaret Sink.  Children to assist their aged Aunt Hannah Fetter.
Exec:  Son John Sink, friend Thomas L. Bristol and Daniel Guiry of
Passyunk Township. Witnesses:  George Hoffner, John Latsch, James
Lafferty.


Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

SELLERS, JOHN. Germantown Township. County of Philadelphia, Penna.
Farmer. April 8, 1820. October 5, 1820. 7.196.
Wife: Catharine Sellers all my personal estate. Exrs. to sell real
estate, proceeds to said wife and six children: John Sellers, Maria
Sellers, Fanny Phillips, Anna Ashberry, Barbara Backman, Catherine
Trumbower. Exec: Wife: Catharine Sellers. Step son: Jacob Sink.
Witnesses: William Keyser, Benjamin Lehman.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
listed under Phil Co, Pa wills
MOORE, JOHN.  Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
March 24, 1731/2.  May 25, 1742.  F.301.
Wife:  Elizabeth.  Children:  George, Onakind and John Michael.  Exec:
John Seller and George Hes.  Proved at Tulpehokin.
Witnesses:  John Macquery, Robert Varner and William Livingston.



Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
listed under Phil Co, Pa wills - wonder why?msh
SELLER, PHILIP AMRY. Bucks Co. Yeoman.
April 27, 1766. July 28, 1769.
Wife: Catherina. Children: John (Exec.), Paul, Peter, Leonard, Henry,
Jacob, Elizabeth (wife of Henry Burggy) and Margaret. Witnesses: Samuel
Tedweiler, Q. Rintz and Abraham Stout. (O:398)



Philadelphia Co
Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834

MOORE, HANNAH.  Blockley Township.  Co. of Phila.
January 14, 1800.  October 21, 1801.  Y.601.
Sister-in-Law:  Martha Chapman.  To John Chapman [Son of Martha], Abner
Evans, William Moore, Senr, Phebe [Daughter of John and Sarah Suple].
Nieces:  Hannah, Mary, Susannah, Johanna [Children of Niece Sarah, Wife
of John Thomas]. Exec:  John Thomas.
Wit:  John Sellers, John Dunlap, Thomas Cummans.



From:
            "Rhonda Woods" <rjw2452@hotmail.com

Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Will  1682-1819
Description: Given Name: Surname: Residence: Title: Book Page: Date: Prove
Date

Witness George Zeller     P:469 9 10 1773 25 10 1773 Remarks: Martin
Kreyder. City of Phila. Inn holder. 9 Oct 1773. 25 Oct 1773. Wife: Susannah.
Children: Catherine and others. Brother in law: Adolph Gillman. Execs.:
Susannah and Catherine Kreyder, Adolph Gillman. P:469.
 

Witness George Zeller     P:360 24 6 1772 13 2 1773 Remarks: Lawrence Past,
alias Bast. N. Liberties. City of Phila. Yeoman. 24 June 1772. 13 Feb 1773.
Wife: Mary Margareth. Children: Frederick, Margareth, Ann Mary Stits,
Catherine Fauns. Son in law: John Fawns. Execs.: Mary Margareth Past, Henry
Bickley, George Bender. P:360.
 

W.17
No. 7 - 1790
ZELLER, Anna Maria.  City of Philad'a.  (Widow and Relict of John Zeller Dec'd.)  
Signed Aug. 16. 1790.  Cousins- Mary and John (Children of Cousin Philip Zeller).  
Exec. John and Philip Zeller.  Witnesses Herman Bake, David Dannebury, Jacob Hoffman.  
 
Prov'd. Oct. 13. 1790.
 

Witness Philip Zeller     X:495 1 2 1794 4 10 1796 Remarks: Edward
Pennington. City of Phila. Merchant. Feb 1, 1794. Oct 4, 1796. X.495. Wife:
Sarah. Children: Isaac, Edward, Mary, Ann Smock. Grandchildren: Sarah, Child
of Daughter Ann Smock. Brother: Isaac. Sisters: Mary Smith, Sarah Bessonet.
Nephews and Nieces: To Ann White, John Bessonet, Sarah Dickinson, Children
of Sister Sarah Bessonet. To the Three Monthly Meetings of Women Friends,
Called Quakers in Phila. Exec: Wife Sarah, Sons Isaac and Edward Penington.
 

Witness Daniel Zeller     X:495 1 2 1794 4 10 1796 Remarks: Edward
Pennington. City of Phila. Merchant. Feb 1, 1794. Oct 4, 1796. X.495. Wife:
Sarah. Children: Isaac, Edward, Mary, Ann Smock. Grandchildren: Sarah, Child
of Daughter Ann Smock. Brother: Isaac. Sisters: Mary Smith, Sarah Bessonet.
Nephews and Nieces: To Ann White, John Bessonet, Sarah Dickinson, Children
of Sister Sarah Bessonet. To the Three Monthly Meetings of Women Friends,
Called Quakers in Phila. Exec: Wife Sarah, Sons Isaac and Edward Penington.

Witness Daniel Zeller     2:153 6 9 1793 7 9 1807 Remarks: Daniel Dupery.
City of Philadelphia. Goldsmith. Wife Eleanor to have free use and annual
income of tenement where he dwells in Philadelphia. At her death to his son
John Dupery, also other property. To son Daniel Depery, Junr., property in
Philadelphia purchased of Eleanor Hockley, also other property bounded by
property now in tenure of Isabella Tarbout. Mentions land on Schuylkill in
Passyunk Township, Philadelphia Co. To dau. Jane Coates (wife of William
Coates, tanner of Northern Liberties). Exec: Sons John and Daniel Dupery
 

Witness Johann Zeller     4:132 25 4 1788 8 6 1812 Remarks: Rieger, Jacob.
Germantown. April 25, 1788. June 8, 1812. 4.132. Legacy to Charles, son of
Rudy, this to be his share of the estate in his father's place and that
neither from his mother nor child any demand what ever shall be allowed or
accepted. Remainder of the children shall be heirs alike. Provides for wife
Margaretha Rieger. Execs: said wife and son Leonhard Rieger.
 

Brother George Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John.
City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna
Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara,
Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law:
Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit.
Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist
congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter
Miller.
 

Executor George Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John.
City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna
Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara,
Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law:
Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit.
Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist
congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter
Miller.
 

Nephew John Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John. City
of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna Maria.
Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara, Elizabeth, Ann,
Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law: Herman Bush,
Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit. Nephews: John
Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist congregation to
educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter Miller.
 

Sister Catharine Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John.
City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna
Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara,
Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law:
Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit.
Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist
congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter
Miller.
 

Sister Ann Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John. City
of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna Maria.
Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara, Elizabeth, Ann,
Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law: Herman Bush,
Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit. Nephews: John
Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist congregation to
educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter Miller.
 

Sister Elizabeth Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John.
City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna
Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara,
Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law:
Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit.
Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist
congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter
Miller.
 

Nephew Jacob Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John. City
of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna Maria.
Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara, Elizabeth, Ann,
Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law: Herman Bush,
Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit. Nephews: John
Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist congregation to
educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter Miller.
 

Brother Peter Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John.
City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna
Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara,
Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law:
Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit.
Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist
congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter
Miller.
 

Father Hartman Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John.
City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna
Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara,
Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law:
Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit.
Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist
congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter
Miller.
 

Wife Anna Maria Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John.
City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna
Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara,
Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law:
Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit.
Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist
congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter
Miller.
 

Decedent John Zeller Philadelphia Distiller R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778
Remarks: Zeller, John. City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778.
R.84. Wife: Anna Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters:
Barbara, Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd.
Brothers-in-law: Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost
Stahring, Peter Givit. Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit.
German Reformed Calvinist congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec:
George Zeller, Peter Miller.
 

Sister Barbara Zeller     R:84 2 11 1774 12 8 1778 Remarks: Zeller, John.
City of Phila. Distilller. Nov 2, 1774. Aug 12, 1778. R.84. Wife: Anna
Maria. Father: Hartman. Brothers: George, Peter. Sisters: Barbara,
Elizabeth, Ann, Catharine. Children of Peter Raspery, decd. Brothers-in-law:
Herman Bush, Christian Favvin, George Strein, Jost Stahring, Peter Givit.
Nephews: John Zeller, Jacob Zeller, John Givit. German Reformed Calvinist
congregation to educate three poor Children. Exec: George Zeller, Peter
Miller.
 

Witness Philip Zeller     R:412 17 7 1779 4 5 1781 Remarks: Roat, Christian.
Potter. City of Phila. July 17, 1779. May 4, 1781. R.412. Brothers: Thomas,
Jacob. Sister: Rebecca. Stepsister: Elizabeth Wightman. Exec. and Guardians:
Peter Thomson, John Graff.

Witness George Zeller     R:111 21 9 1778 24 9 1778 Remarks: Jones, Mary.
City of Phila. Widow. Sept 21, 1778. Sept 24, 1778. R.111. Children: Mary
Ling, Hannah. Son-in-law: Philip Ling. Exec: Philip and Mary Ling, Hannah
Jones.
 

Witness Johannes Zeller     L:105 20 1 1758 12 4 1758 Remarks: Bernhard
Dodorow. New Hanover, Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman. Jan. 20, 1758. April 12,
1758. L.105. Wife: Christiana. Children: Philip, Isaac, Jacob, Barnhard,
Henry and Elizabeth. Grandchildren: John, Joseph and Mary Neyes. Son-in-Law:
George Neyes. Overseers: Philip and John Dodorow. Exec: Bernhard and Isaac
Dodorow.

Decedent John Zeller Tulpahockon, Philadelphia Co., PA   F:60 3 9 1737 12 1
1737 Remarks: John Zeller. Tulpahockon, Philadelphia County. September 3,
1737. January 12, 1737. F.60. Wife: Catherine. Exec: Martin Partoff and
Christian Walborn
 

Witness Henry Zeller     F:60 3 9 1737 12 1 1737 Remarks: John Zeller.
Tulpahockon, Philadelphia County. September 3, 1737. January 12, 1737. F.60.
Wife: Catherine. Exec: Martin Partoff and Christian Walborn
 

Wife Catherine Zeller     F:60 3 9 1737 12 1 1737 Remarks: John Zeller.
Tulpahockon, Philadelphia County. September 3, 1737. January 12, 1737. F.60.
Wife: Catherine. Exec: Martin Partoff and Christian Walborn.
 

Daughter Margreda Zeller     H:251 10 4 1747 17 4 1747 Remarks: Rith,
Leonhard. April 10, 1747. April 17, 1747. H.251. Exec: Wife Elizabeth
Catrina and brother Michael Rith. Children: George, Nicholas, Frederich,
Leonhard, Peter and Margreda Zeller.
 

Decedent Anna Maria Zeller Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA Widow W:17 16
8 1790 13 10 1790 Remarks: Zeller, Anna Maria. City of Phila. Widow and
Relict of John Zeller, Dec'd.Cousins: Mary and John, Children of Cousin
Philip Zeller.Exec: John and Philip Zeller.
 

Deceased husband John Zeller     W:17 16 8 1790 13 10 1790 Remarks: Zeller,
Anna Maria. City of Phila. Widow and Relict of John Zeller, Dec'd.Cousins:
Mary and John, Children of Cousin Philip Zeller.Exec: John and Philip Zeller
 

Cousin Mary Zeller     W:17 16 8 1790 13 10 1790 Remarks: Zeller, Anna
Maria. City of Phila. Widow and Relict of John Zeller, Dec'd.Cousins: Mary
and John, Children of Cousin Philip Zeller.Exec: John and Philip Zeller.
 

Cousin John Zeller     W:17 16 8 1790 13 10 1790 Remarks: Zeller, Anna
Maria. City of Phila. Widow and Relict of John Zeller, Dec'd.Cousins: Mary
and John, Children of Cousin Philip Zeller.Exec: John and Philip Zeller.
 

Executor John Zeller     W:17 16 8 1790 13 10 1790 Remarks: Zeller, Anna
Maria. City of Phila. Widow and Relict of John Zeller, Dec'd.Cousins: Mary
and John, Children of Cousin Philip Zeller.Exec: John and Philip Zeller.
 

Executor Philip Zeller     W:17 16 8 1790 13 10 1790 Remarks: Zeller, Anna
Maria. City of Phila. Widow and Relict of John Zeller, Dec'd.Cousins: Mary
and John, Children of Cousin Philip Zeller.Exec: John and Philip Zeller.

Rhonda Woods
Family Page: http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/tangledwoods/index2.html



Lu Juana Lipscomb wrote:

  I was looking on USGenWeb.com, Nat'l for my inlaw Paschalls

Will of Martha Hughes, city of Philadelphia, spinster; 3/1/1796, proved
5/4/1796--part 2, 1796--1798--X.444--Witnesses:  Nn Sellers, David Sellers

Ann Paschall, township of kingsessing, Philadelphia Co., PA,
1819--7.441--asks for friend Elizabeth Sellers, to assist....

Garnett, Ann, Queen Ann's Co., MD, Book 7 Part C-1822-1828--7.537
6/19/1822, proved 9/10/1822---Estate to Henry D. Sellers, Esq. of Queen
Ann's Co. executor in trust for my relations....

Paschall, Thomas J., Kingsessing, Philadelphia Co., PA; Book 6, Part D;
6.639; 1/2/1819, proved 3/16/1819:  Executors:  Father-in-law, Samuel Gibson
and my friend, Nathan Sellers...

Lu Juana Cartwright Lipscomb


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Subject:  [PaOldC] 1761   Merion Meeting Burial Records

1761

    Richard Pearne, 3 Mo. 26, 1761.  Letters of administration were granted
to
Joseph Stretch and Enoch Story, Merchants, Philadelphia, principal
creditors of Richard Pearne, Merchant, April 4, 1762.

    Lewis Thomas, Sr. died the 18 th day of 2 d mo. (Feb) 1761.  The Children

of Lewis Thomas and Mary, his wife were, 1. John, b. Nov. 27, 1739;   2.
Nathan, b. Sept. 4, 1742;     3. Lewis, b. Nov. 17, 1745;    4. Isaac, b.
Feb. 8, 1748;     5. Mary, b. July 19, New Stile, 1752.
    This Lewis Thomas was the second son of John Thomas (d. 1727) and
Margery,
his wife ( d. 1710).
    The will of Lewis Thomas of Darby is recorded at West Chester,
Pa.  Mentions sons John, Nathan, Lewis and Isaac Thomas.  Daughter
Mary.   Executors, Cousin John Thomas of Blockley and Abraham Johnson of
Darby.  Signed 2, 1761.  Witnesses, John Sellers, Wm. Garrett, John
Hayes.  Proved March 3, 1761.

    John Righter, son of John Righter, 5 Mo. 13, 1761.
    The marriage of John Righter adn Hannah Tunis is recorded at Swede's
Church, Philadelphia, Feb. 26, 1754.
    The Righter family lived at Righter's Ferry on the Schulykill.  One
branch
on the Lower Merion side of the river,  the other on the Roxborough
side.  The old ferry extended between Pencoyd and Manayunk.
    John Righter, yeoman, purchased a tract of land in Lower Merion, prior to

1763, and another in 1763.
    John Riter is named under head of "Old Rights". 150 a.  Warrant dated 4
Mo. 2, 1714.

    Gainor Roberts, daughter of John and Rebecca Roberts (John Roberts,
Carpenter), born Jan. 30, 1735;  died June 12, 1761.  Buried 6 Mo. 14,
1761.   She was the second child of John Roberts of Pencoyd and Rebecca
Jones, his wife.

    Anne Evans, Daughter of David Evans, 11 Mo. 26, 1761.
 


ASH, ABIGAIL. District of Southwark. Widow. August 31, 1810. November  
21, 1811. 4.9. To daus. Alice Pearson and Ann Evans Sellers. To son-in- 
law George Sellers in trust for support of son Joshua Ash. To sons  
Samuel Evans Ash and Charles Ash. Son-in-law Benjamin Pearson. 
Execs: Son-in-law George Sellers and friend Alexander Elmslie of Phila., 
merchant. 
Wit: Caleb Ash, Richard Renshaw. George Sellers renounced. 

====================
ZELLER, Anna Maria      W. No.   7   Book W   willabstrbkw.txt
ZELLER, JOHN.   January 12, 1737.   F.60.   Book F   willabstrbkf.txt
ZELLER, JOHN.   August 12, 1778.   R.84.   Book R   willabstrbkr.txt
ZELLER, Philip   January 29, 1822   7.439   Book 7 Part C   willabstrbk7c.txt
ZELLEY, DANIEL.   April 12, 1820.   7.130.   Book 7 Part A   willabstrbk7a.txt
 
  

 
ZELLER, PHILIP. Philadelphia. Shopkeeper. 
March 29, 1819. January 29, 1822.  7.439. 
Estate to my wife: Margaret and at her death, to my 
children: Daniel Zeller, Mary Rees wife of John Rees, William Zeller. 
Letters to Daniel Zeller, John Rees, the surviving executors.
Exec: Wife: Margaret. Son: Daniel. Son in law John Rees.
Wit: Jacob F. Hoeckley, Isaac Wampole.