Relating To The Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary
History Of The State Of New Jersey
Edited and Indexed By Elmer T Hutchinson; Corresponding Secretary, New Jersey Historical Society
|page 426 New Jersey Colonial Documents|
6 Wallace, John, of Philadelphia, Penna, merchant: will of. Wife,
Mary, L500, furniture,
and plantation at Rariton in N J, which I bought of Reverend M Hardenburg. Son, Joshua Maddox
Wallace, L5. Daughter, Ann, L100. Youngest son, William, rest of estate when he is 21.
Executors - wife, Mary, and friends, Joseph Stamper and Henry Drinker, of Philadelphia,
Merchants. Witnesses - Richard Whitehead, Lewis Weiss. Proved March 23, 1784.
|1784, May 27. Adm'r - William Wallace, of Somerset Co, son of John. Fellowbondsman - John D'Alvey, of said Co. Whereas, Joseph Stamper and Henry Drinker renounced, and Mary, wife of John Wallace, is now dead.|
|1783, Oct 29. Renunciation by Joseph Stamper and Henry Drinker. Witnesses - John Balderston and William Drinker.|
4. Inventory, made by Dirck Middagh and Jacob Ten Eyk.
Lib. M, p. 277.