Thanks for posting the information on Rachel Colyer/Jonathan Sutton, etc. I have had most of this information, and the family and their descendants are included in volume I of the "Colliers of Massachusetts" genealogy.
There are a couple of minor errors and inconsistencies in your posting - I know this is not your family and you were passing worthwhile information along. As I have a chance I will post a correction, incorporating the best information I have gathered.
On another "Collyer in New Jersey" matter-- are you familiiar with Kenn Stryker-Rodda's "Revolutionary Census of New Jersey?" This is an index to individuals found in various "tax ratables" from ca. 1773 to 1786, listed by township and county. There are about 18 "Colliers/Colyers/and similar names" in the index, all in the northern counties of the state, I believe. At least 3 of the 18 - and likely 5 - are members of the "Moses Collier of Hingham, Mass." lines. There is a Hendrick or Henry "Collier" listed in 1778-1780 in "Acquackanonck," Essex County, and a James "Colia" in Elizabeth in the same period. Either of these might be worth checking into for your own research.
I am going to post that Rev. census information in a day or two, but would be happy to send it directly to you if you wish.