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Abstracts of Wills Vol VI 1760-1766 Pg 178
Page 444.--In the name of God, Amen. I, BASHEBA WHITE, widow of John White, of Southold, in Suffolk County, being of perfect mind. All debts and funeral charges to be paid by my executors. I leave to my only daughter Johana œ50, and all my wearing apparell, also a bed and furniture, and linnen, 3 pewter platters, 1 pewter pot, and the rest of my movables to my 3 children. My son John is to be put out to a trade. All my house and land and meadow to be sold. I leave to my son John œ20, and the rest to my two sons, John and Corwin (?) White. I make David Brown and James McClure executors. Dated march 30, 1762.
Witnesses, Nathaniel Conkling, James Petty, Ludlow Clark. Proved, July 21, 1762, before Samuel Landon, Surrogate.
WILL SUMMARY Basheba White Dates, Written: 03/30/1762; Proved: 07/21/1762 Husband: John White, deceased Sons: John (prob underage, put out to trade), Corwin Daughters: One (3 children, two sons, dau not named) Executors: David Brown and James McClure Witnesses:Nathaniel Conkling, James Petty, Ludlow Clark