| || Notes for Amos Platt:|
On 13 May 1736, he was mentioned as brother in the will of Zebulon Platt of Huntington.
Amos was a blacksmith.
The will of Amos Platt of Huntington is dated 16 August 1771: "Know all men by these Presents that I, AMOS PLATT, of Hunttington, in Suffolk County, on Nassau Island, blacksmith, this 16 of August, 1771, being weak in body." I leave to my wife Sarah one good cow as she shall choose, and the use of 1/3 of all my lands and buildings so long as she remains my widow, and no longer. I give her 1/2 of my household goods.I leave to my son Zebulon the value of 6, out of that piece of land lying near John Wheeler's, before any division; and I leave him 1/2 of all the remainder of said land. I leave to my daughter Zerviah all the rest of the piece of land lying near John Wheeler's, and 1/2 of my household goods. I leave to my son Nathan my homestead where I now live, with all the buildings, and all the remainder of the land that I bought of the executors of Abiel Titus, and all my Plain land lying on the Great Plains, in the Purchase lately made by Robert Williams. I leave to my wife for the use of the family 5 bushels of wheat, 5 of Rye, 10 of Indian Corn, and 1/4 of a fat cow, "and one swine to fat of the larger sort." I leave to my grandson, Amos Platt, one suit of my best wearing apparell, and the rest to my sons, Jonas and Nathan. I leave to my son Nathan all the rest of my movable estate, and he is to give to my wife, yearly, 6 pounds of wool, 10 of flax, and 2 cords of wood, and he is to pay all debts. I make my friends, Solomon Ketcham and Timothy Conkling, executors.