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Source Citations


John Cromwell

1Orra Eugene Monnette, 1873-1936, New Jersey, First settlers of ye plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge, Olde East. Vol 7, part 5, Los Angeles, California : Leroy Carman Press, 1930-1935, https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE3729925. "Page 875.
  Three men, JOHN WINTER, WILLIAM WINTER and OBADIAH WINTER, were debtors in the estate of John‘ Bowne of Mattawan, Middletown, Monmouth Co., in 1714, ARCH., Vol. XXIII, p . 51 and 52; and, vide, ante, this PART, p. 780)). From the name of the latter, it is easy to state that they were sons of OBEDIAH WINTER, SR.

  ANDREW JAMES and JOHN WINTER were still in Middletown in 1726-7, (ARCH., Vol. XXIII, p. 112).

  OBADIAH WINTER was in Monmouth Co. in 1716, (idem, p. 226).

  WILLIAM WINTER, (supra) was the husband of widow of Richard Gardner, Hannah Winter, 1687-1695, (do. p. 179). She was such 1704.

  JOSHUA WINTER in Salem, 1725-6, (idem, pp. 113-201).

  OBADIAH WINTER was in Cohansey, Salem Co., with JOSHUA WINTER, d. in 1734, (ARCH., Vol. XXX, 13. 529).

OBADIAH WINTER OF WOODBRIDGE (Alias GRAYBAUM, q. v.)
  F.S. of W., and took the oath of 1673, (Vide, ante, PART ONE p. 89).
  He d. 1674-5, leaving will, dated Feb. 1, “of Woodbridge,” (ARCH., Vol. XXI, p. 37 and idem, XXIII, p. 517).

  That JOHN WINTER of Scituate, Mass., 1637, prob. brother of CHRISTOPHER WINTER of the same, was the only one to have a son, OBADIAH WINTER, b. ca. 1639. The elder died by violence in 1651 and his widow m. James Turner, and they had also chil. Catharine, and another son, John Winter, bapt. 1 Apr. 1638, (SAVAGE, Vol. IV, p. 606). Of the foregoing, (POPE, p. 508) names wife of JOHN WINTER, also as Katharine d. 19 Dec. 1653.
  OBADIAH WINTER, alias “Grabum” came to Woodbridge and was a F.S. there very early. He died in 1675, leaving a will dated 1674-5 Feb. 1, naming wife, Margaret, and sons, JOSIAH WINTER and OBADIAH WINTER, and father-in-law, John Cromwell, (Vide, ante, this PART, p. 813). (ARCH., Vol. XXI, p. 37.)
  (Vide, ante, PART TWO, p. 214.)
  In vit. recs. of W., (vide, ante, PART TWO, p. 214 and p. 268), under GRABHAM, the foll. chil., were entered as of OBADIAH WINTER and wife, Margaret: (1) Josiah, b. 15 Mar. 1669; (2) Hester, b. 10 Oct. 1671; (3) Obadiah, b. 10 Oct. 1673; (4) William, et al." Source Image. Citation Image.

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/182106074/john-cromwell. "CONFUSING REFERENCE:

~ John Cromwell ~
Birth: 1596 Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England
Died 27 December 1639
Place: Chippenham, Malmesbury, Wiltshire Unitary Authority
Wiltshire, England
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
Spouse:
Joan (Butler) Cromwell
Birthdate: 1615
Birthplace: Middlesex, England
Death: 1690 Massachusetts, United States
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
Parents of: Margaret (Cromwell) Winter 1638-1675." Image.


Thomas Applegate

1New Jersey Index of Wills, 1670 - 1760. According to the New Jersey Index of Wills, Thomas' will was dated Feb. 1, 1698 in Middletown, NJ. His wife Johanah was executrix. He named his heirs as his sons: Thomas, Danell, Joseph, Benjamin and Richard and his daughter Elizabeth. His will spoke of the "land bought of his father-in-law Richard Gibbons" and other land and worldly goods. It was proved on 29 Mar 1699.


Elizabeth Katherine Wheaton

1Orra Eugene Monnette, 1873-1936, New Jersey, First settlers of ye plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge, Olde East. Vol 7, part 5, Los Angeles, California : Leroy Carman Press, 1930-1935, https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE3729925. "Page 875.
  Three men, JOHN WINTER, WILLIAM WINTER and OBADIAH WINTER, were debtors in the estate of John‘ Bowne of Mattawan, Middletown, Monmouth Co., in 1714, ARCH., Vol. XXIII, p . 51 and 52; and, vide, ante, this PART, p. 780)). From the name of the latter, it is easy to state that they were sons of OBEDIAH WINTER, SR.

  ANDREW JAMES and JOHN WINTER were still in Middletown in 1726-7, (ARCH., Vol. XXIII, p. 112).

  OBADIAH WINTER was in Monmouth Co. in 1716, (idem, p. 226).

  WILLIAM WINTER, (supra) was the husband of widow of Richard Gardner, Hannah Winter, 1687-1695, (do. p. 179). She was such 1704.

  JOSHUA WINTER in Salem, 1725-6, (idem, pp. 113-201).

  OBADIAH WINTER was in Cohansey, Salem Co., with JOSHUA WINTER, d. in 1734, (ARCH., Vol. XXX, 13. 529).

OBADIAH WINTER OF WOODBRIDGE (Alias GRAYBAUM, q. v.)
  F.S. of W., and took the oath of 1673, (Vide, ante, PART ONE p. 89).
  He d. 1674-5, leaving will, dated Feb. 1, “of Woodbridge,” (ARCH., Vol. XXI, p. 37 and idem, XXIII, p. 517).

  That JOHN WINTER of Scituate, Mass., 1637, prob. brother of CHRISTOPHER WINTER of the same, was the only one to have a son, OBADIAH WINTER, b. ca. 1639. The elder died by violence in 1651 and his widow m. James Turner, and they had also chil. Catharine, and another son, John Winter, bapt. 1 Apr. 1638, (SAVAGE, Vol. IV, p. 606). Of the foregoing, (POPE, p. 508) names wife of JOHN WINTER, also as Katharine d. 19 Dec. 1653.
  OBADIAH WINTER, alias “Grabum” came to Woodbridge and was a F.S. there very early. He died in 1675, leaving a will dated 1674-5 Feb. 1, naming wife, Margaret, and sons, JOSIAH VVINTER and OBADIAH WINTER, and father-in-law, John Cromwell, (Vide, ante, this PART, p. 813). (ARCH., Vol. XXI, p. 37.)
  (Vide, ante, PART TWO, p. 214.)
  In vit. recs. of W., (vide, ante, PART TWO, p. 214 and p. 268), under GRABHAM, the foll. chil., were entered as of OBADIAH WINTER and wife, Margaret: (1) Josiah, b. 15 Mar. 1669; (2) Hester, b. 10 Oct. 1671; (3) Obadiah, b. 10 Oct. 1673; (4) William, et al." Source Image. Citation Image.