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1797, May 10, Trembley, Peter Jr., of Essex Co, Int. Adm'rs- Peter Trembley and Recompence Stanbery. Fellowbondsmen-Daniel Marsh; all of said Co.
1797, May 9. Renunciation by Sarah Trembley, the widow in favor of her father-in-law, Peter Trembley, and her brother, Recompence Stanbery.
1797, May 11. Inventory L332.11.3; made by Ezekiel Ross and Abraham Miller.
1797, May 13. Trembley, Peter, Sr. of Bridgewater, Somerset Co.; will of.
Wife, Hannah, possession of home plantation, while widow. To the children of son, Peter, Dec'd, plantation in Essex Co., given testator by his father and whereon said son, Peter, did live, with 6 acres adjoining bought of Abrahm Clark, Executor of Thomas Scudder, and 6 acres of salt meadow on Trembley's Point adjoining land of Daniel Tembley; the sons 2 shares to daughters 1 share; and Sarah (widow of son Peter) to enjoy possession of whole, while widow. Granddaughter, Anna Taft, L60. To children of daughter, Susannah (wife of Tunis Ten Eyck), 1/2 of home plantation, after wife's decease. To children of daughter, Hannah, other 1/2 of home plantation. Grandson, John (oldest son of granddaughter, Rachel, Dec'd, late wife of Hendrick Smock), L30, when 21. Salt meadow in Essex Co. purchased of Joseph Bird to be sold; and moveable estate to be sold after wife's decease and divided between the children of the 2 daughters. Executors-Abraham Staats and James Dunn. Witnesses-Jonathan Ford Morris, Jacob Sebring and John Harris. Proved June 6, 1797.
1797, June 1. Inventory L515.7.7; made by Abraham Sebring and Jacob DeGroot.
Sarah Trembly daug of Rec in will 1777 #130