Rash's Surname Index


Notes for John MARSHALL

John Marshall. Darby. Yeoman. October 1, 1749. October 25, 1749. C. 181. Provides for wife Eleanor including use of real estate until son John is 21. To son Thomas, fulling mill and 9 3/4 acres in Darby, 50 acres adjoining in Blockley when certain debts are paid. To son Abraham 20 shillings, having already provided for him. To son John a brick house and lott in Newport, New Castle County, also 10 acres of marsh and other lotts. To 4 daughters Johanna, Martha, Mary and Susanna 30 each at 21. Names daughters Sarah and Margaret ""already married,"" refers to ""former wife."" To daughters in law Hannah and Rachel Shenton 20 shillings each. Executors: Brother-in-law Lewis Thomas and friends Thomas and Isaac Pearson.
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