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Source Citations


James Grover

1England Marriages, 1538-1973, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N2QR-37C. "Name: James Grover
Spouse's Name: Anne Eames
Event Date: 24 Apr 1606
Event Place: Chesham,Buckingham,England
Father's Name: James Grover
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M02080-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 0924812 IT 2

Citing this Record:
"England Marriages, 1538–1973  ," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N2QR-37C : 10 December 2014), James Grover in entry for James Grover and Anne Eames, 24 Apr 1606; citing Chesham,Buckingham,England, reference ; FHL microfilm 0924812 IT 2." Image.


Anne Eames

1England Marriages, 1538-1973, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N2QR-374. "Name: James Grover
Spouse's Name: Anne Eames
Event Date: 24 Apr 1606
Event Place: Chesham,Buckingham,England
Father's Name: James Grover
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M02080-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 0924812 IT 2

Citing this Record:
"England Marriages, 1538–1973  ," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N2QR-374 : 10 December 2014), James Grover and Anne Eames, 24 Apr 1606; citing Chesham,Buckingham,England, reference , index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 0924812 IT 2." Image.

2England Marriages, 1538-1973, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N2QR-37C. "Name: James Grover
Spouse's Name: Anne Eames
Event Date: 24 Apr 1606
Event Place: Chesham,Buckingham,England
Father's Name: James Grover
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M02080-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 0924812 IT 2

Citing this Record:
"England Marriages, 1538–1973  ," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N2QR-37C : 10 December 2014), James Grover in entry for James Grover and Anne Eames, 24 Apr 1606; citing Chesham,Buckingham,England, reference ; FHL microfilm 0924812 IT 2." Image.


William Cheesman

1England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J3TC-PJ3. "Name: Willm Cheseman
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 26 Nov 1609
Christening Place: Rotherfield, Sussex, England
Father's Name: John Cheseman
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I03621-0
System Origin: England-EASy
GS Film number: 1468914

Citing this Record:
"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J3TC-PJ3 : 30 December 2014), Willm Cheseman, 26 Nov 1609; citing Rotherfield, Sussex, England, reference ; FHL microfilm 1,468,914." Image.

2England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NDZ5-PJ2. Image.

3England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N59N-SBV. "Name: Rebecca Cheesman
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 01 May 1630
Christening Place: BEESTON SAINT LAWRENCE,NORFOLK,ENGLAND
Mother's Name: Margarett Cheesman
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C04407-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 894716

Citing this Record:
"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N59N-SBV : 6 December 2014), Margarett Cheesman in entry for Rebecca Cheesman, 01 May 1630; citing BEESTON SAINT LAWRENCE,NORFOLK,ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 894,716." Image.


Margarett Dorset

1England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N59N-SBV. "Name: Rebecca Cheesman
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 01 May 1630
Christening Place: BEESTON SAINT LAWRENCE,NORFOLK,ENGLAND
Mother's Name: Margarett Cheesman
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C04407-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 894716

Citing this Record:
"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N59N-SBV : 6 December 2014), Margarett Cheesman in entry for Rebecca Cheesman, 01 May 1630; citing BEESTON SAINT LAWRENCE,NORFOLK,ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 894,716." Image.


Richard Gardiner

1Ralph and Mildred Branson Wandling;, Branson, The ancestors and descendents of Thomas and Rebecca Borden; 1380-1950, 53 pages quoting research by John A Kelly of Haverford College, Penn, pub 190-, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976; , Compiled by The Media Research Bureau at 1110 F Street, Washington, D.C. (1974), 929.273 B735w  FH Library Film 0928077. "LAND: Item 11; NOTES: Freehold Court Clerk, Book K-2, p 158 May 1, 1715. Benjamin Borden, of Township of Freehold, yeoman, to David Burge ... by and with the consent good liking and approbation of his wife Zurruiah (Zeruiah), and also by and with the consent of Hannah Winter, late wife to Richard Gardiner deceased that was formerly possessed of the lands herein after bargained ... L280 ... lands in Middletown ... adjoining Christopher Allen (Almey), Lewis Mattix ... Richard Hartshorne ... all conveyed to Benjamin Borden by Richard Gardiner  Jan. 10, 1713. Signed by Benjamin Borden, Zeruiah Borden, and Hannah Winter. Witnesses: James Seabrook, William Winter, John Bray, William Lawrence, and Rachel Clark. - Acknowledged Feb. 27, 1716, by Benjain Borden before John Reid." Image.

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 3, Page 266, 974 D2. "
HANNAH GROVER, daughter of James Grover, 1, married first, Richard Gardiner; second William Winter.

  1708, Nov. 13. William Winter, of Middletown, cordwainer, and Hannah, his wife, quit-claimed to James Grover, wheelwright, their interest in land, "on the east most side of the middle run, on the north east side of the Mill creek," which James Grover, deceased, willed to his son, James Grover, and his son-in-law, Benjamin Borden, for the sake of his daughter, Abigail Borden, and son-in-law, Richard Gardiner, for the sake of his daughter, Hannah; also land, at Shole Harbor.
  Hannah Grover, married, first, prior to 1685, as per her father's will, Richard Gardiner, and had issue, as per will of her second husband, William Winter, Richard and Joseph Gardiner. Her husband, Richard Gardiner, died Dec. 3, 1687, leaving an estate inventoried at £45.
  Hannah Grover married, second, in 1688, William Winter, who, dying, left a will dated, July 3, 1722; proved June 13, 1733, which mentioned his wife, and her two children by her first husband, and my eldest son, John Winter, (then married and had a second son, Benjamin Winter), my son, Andrew Winter, my youngest son, James Winter, (single), my daughter, Zeruiah Borden, and my daughter, Rebecca Applegate." Image.


Hannah Grover

1Ralph and Mildred Branson Wandling;, Branson, The ancestors and descendents of Thomas and Rebecca Borden; 1380-1950, 53 pages quoting research by John A Kelly of Haverford College, Penn, pub 190-, filmed by Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976; , Compiled by The Media Research Bureau at 1110 F Street, Washington, D.C. (1974), 929.273 B735w  FH Library Film 0928077. "LAND: Item 11; NOTES: Freehold Court Clerk, Book K-2, p 158 May 1, 1715. Benjamin Borden, of Township of Freehold, yeoman, to David Burge ... by and with the consent good liking and approbation of his wife Zurruiah (Zeruiah), and also by and with the consent of Hannah Winter, late wife to Richard Gardiner deceased that was formerly possessed of the lands herein after bargained ... L280 ... lands in Middletown ... adjoining Christopher Allen (Almey), Lewis Mattix ... Richard Hartshorne ... all conveyed to Benjamin Borden by Richard Gardiner  Jan. 10, 1713. Signed by Benjamin Borden, Zeruiah Borden, and Hannah Winter. Witnesses: James Seabrook, William Winter, John Bray, William Lawrence, and Rachel Clark. - Acknowledged Feb. 27, 1716, by Benjain Borden before John Reid." Image.

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 3, Page 266, 974 D2. "
HANNAH GROVER, daughter of James Grover, 1, married first, Richard Gardiner; second William Winter.

  1708, Nov. 13. William Winter, of Middletown, cordwainer, and Hannah, his wife, quit-claimed to James Grover, wheelwright, their interest in land, "on the east most side of the middle run, on the north east side of the Mill creek," which James Grover, deceased, willed to his son, James Grover, and his son-in-law, Benjamin Borden, for the sake of his daughter, Abigail Borden, and son-in-law, Richard Gardiner, for the sake of his daughter, Hannah; also land, at Shole Harbor.
  Hannah Grover, married, first, prior to 1685, as per her father's will, Richard Gardiner, and had issue, as per will of her second husband, William Winter, Richard and Joseph Gardiner. Her husband, Richard Gardiner, died Dec. 3, 1687, leaving an estate inventoried at £45.
  Hannah Grover married, second, in 1688, William Winter, who, dying, left a will dated, July 3, 1722; proved June 13, 1733, which mentioned his wife, and her two children by her first husband, and my eldest son, John Winter, (then married and had a second son, Benjamin Winter), my son, Andrew Winter, my youngest son, James Winter, (single), my daughter, Zeruiah Borden, and my daughter, Rebecca Applegate." Image.

3FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/182090250/hannah-gardiner/winter. "~ Hannah (Grover) Gardiner/ Winter ~
Birth: circa 1659/67
New York, USA
Death: 1733
Middletown
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
Parents:
James Grover III (1611 - 1685)
James Grover III (1611 - 1685)
Rebecca Cheeseman Grover (1630 - 1686)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
Spouse:
William Winter ~
Birth: 1654 Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, USA
Death: 13 June 1733 , Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, USA
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
CHILDREN:

Rebecca Winter Applegate
Birth: circa 1682
Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Death: 1732, Middlesex County, New Jersey, USA
...spouse Richard Applegate (1683-1732)." Image.


Nathaniel Leonard

1Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 3, Page 262 , 974 D2. "
A RECORD OF NATHANIELL LEONARD'S MARRIAGE FROM PETER TILTON—Esqr.
  In Middletown in the province of East Jersey the 9 day of January in ye Yeare 1694-5 Nathaniell Leonard of Middletown & Hannah Grover of the same Town after Lawfull Publication Did before me & severall Witnesses; take each other in Marriage till Death part them PETER TILTON.
  Att a Courtt of Sessions held for ye County of Monmouth March ye 26=Anno 1695.
  It is the order of the Court that upon application made by James Grover Senir Capt Safety Grover William Lawrence Senr and William Lawrence Junr; The nearest relations to Joseph Grover & Hanah Leonard late Wife of the said Joseph Grover Deceased; that William Lawrence Senr Grandfather of ye Children of the afforesaid Joseph grover & Hanah his late Wife shall Have the oversight of the said Children—
  James [Joseph?] Grover son of the afforesaid Joseph Grover Late Deceased Came into Court and did Make Choice of his Grandfather William Lawrence Senir and his Unckle William Lawrence Junir to be his Guardians—
  Mary Grover Daughter of the afforesaid Joseph Grover & hanah his late wife; Lately Deceased Did make Choice of William Lawrence Senir her grandfather to be her Guardian.
   All which was Allowed by the Court and ordered to be Recorded
By order of the Court
THO WEBLEY Clerk. ,
Freehold Deeds, Lib. A. B. C , p. 103.
  1689, Mch. 26. Letters of administration were granted to Hannah Grover, widow of Joseph Grover, and William Lawrence, Jr., on the estate of Joseph Grover. Trenton Records, Lib. D., p. 91.
  1690, Oct. ::6. James Johnston, of Monmouth County, for £14, New York money, sold to Hannah Grover, of Middletown, "all that tract of land, situate, lying and being in the County of Monmouth aforesaid, beginning at Peter Sonman's northeast corner, at Croswicks, thence running South south east along his line twenty chains to Joseph Grover, his line, thence along Joseph Grover's line east north east twenty-five chains, thence north and by east to Doctor's Creek," etc. Trenton Records, Lib. D., p. 276.

Issue
7 James Grover, Jr,
8 Mary Grover
9 Elizabeth Grover, born 1685.
10 Rebecca Grover
11 Hannah Grover
12 Deborah Grover
13 Susannah Grover

  Hannah Lawrence, widow of Joseph Grover, by her second marriage, with Nathaniel Leonard, had
Issue
Thomas Leonard, born 1708.
Nathaniel Leonard, bom 1712; married Deliverance Lippit." Image.


Hannah Lawrence

1Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 3, Page 262 , 974 D2. "
A RECORD OF NATHANIELL LEONARD'S MARRIAGE FROM PETER TILTON—Esqr.
  In Middletown in the province of East Jersey the 9 day of January in ye Yeare 1694-5 Nathaniell Leonard of Middletown & Hannah Grover of the same Town after Lawfull Publication Did before me & severall Witnesses; take each other in Marriage till Death part them PETER TILTON.
  Att a Courtt of Sessions held for ye County of Monmouth March ye 26=Anno 1695.
  It is the order of the Court that upon application made by James Grover Senir Capt Safety Grover William Lawrence Senr and William Lawrence Junr; The nearest relations to Joseph Grover & Hanah Leonard late Wife of the said Joseph Grover Deceased; that William Lawrence Senr Grandfather of ye Children of the afforesaid Joseph grover & Hanah his late Wife shall Have the oversight of the said Children—
  James [Joseph?] Grover son of the afforesaid Joseph Grover Late Deceased Came into Court and did Make Choice of his Grandfather William Lawrence Senir and his Unckle William Lawrence Junir to be his Guardians—
  Mary Grover Daughter of the afforesaid Joseph Grover & hanah his late wife; Lately Deceased Did make Choice of William Lawrence Senir her grandfather to be her Guardian.
   All which was Allowed by the Court and ordered to be Recorded
By order of the Court
THO WEBLEY Clerk. ,
Freehold Deeds, Lib. A. B. C , p. 103.
  1689, Mch. 26. Letters of administration were granted to Hannah Grover, widow of Joseph Grover, and William Lawrence, Jr., on the estate of Joseph Grover. Trenton Records, Lib. D., p. 91.
  1690, Oct. ::6. James Johnston, of Monmouth County, for £14, New York money, sold to Hannah Grover, of Middletown, "all that tract of land, situate, lying and being in the County of Monmouth aforesaid, beginning at Peter Sonman's northeast corner, at Croswicks, thence running South south east along his line twenty chains to Joseph Grover, his line, thence along Joseph Grover's line east north east twenty-five chains, thence north and by east to Doctor's Creek," etc. Trenton Records, Lib. D., p. 276.

Issue
7 James Grover, Jr,
8 Mary Grover
9 Elizabeth Grover, born 1685.
10 Rebecca Grover
11 Hannah Grover
12 Deborah Grover
13 Susannah Grover

  Hannah Lawrence, widow of Joseph Grover, by her second marriage, with Nathaniel Leonard, had
Issue
Thomas Leonard, born 1708.
Nathaniel Leonard, bom 1712; married Deliverance Lippit." Image.

2FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=47199650. Image.


James Grover Jr.

1Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 3, Page 263-264, 974 D2. "
  1708, Nov. 13. James Grover, of Middletown, wheelwright, son and heir to James Grover, sold to William Winter, cordwainer, for £38, land, in Middletown, on the Southwest side of the Mill Brook , bounded on the Southeast, "by the old tract belonging to the mill," containing, in all, one hundred and eighty acres; also one-half of the woodland by the meadows, both of which parcels were surveyed, by George Keith, the 10th day of Dec, 1685; and also one-half of the meadow, at Shoal Harbor, given to Richard Gardiner, in the will of James Grover, dated Dec. 1, 1685.
  1711, June 11. James Grover, Sr., of Middletown, wheelwright, sold to James Patterson, yeoman, of the same place, for £150, land, bounded by Neversinks River, Mill Creek, and the lands of William Winter and Richard Hartshorne; also land and meadow, lying at Shole Harbor, in Middletown. This property was conveyed to James GrOver, by the will of his father, James Grover, and by deed of William and Hannah Winter, bearing date Nov. 13, 1708.
  1714, Aug. 26. James Grover, of Middletown, wheelwright, sold to William Winter, cordwainer, of the same place, all his interest in a tract of land, lying on the North West side of Middle run, and on the North East side of the Mill Creek, devised by his father, James Grover, to his son, James Grover, and his son-in-law, Benjamin Borden, for the sake of his daughter, Abigail Borden, and son-in-law, Richard Gardiner, for the sake of his daughter, Hannah; also land, at Shoal Harbor; also "the Housings, Mill stones and all the Iron work, with all the utensils belonging to the old mill, with all the Premises, Liberties, Priviledges, and Appurtenances, belonging to the said Land, on the north west side of the middle run," etc.
  1714, Mch. 3. James Grover, Jr., and Safety Grover were Freeholders.
Freehold Records.

To All people whom this writing may Aney Wayes conserne Know yee That I James Grover of Midelltowne in the county of Monmouth In the Provence of New Jersey being Sick and Weake of body but of A sound mind and disposeing memorey doe make this to be my last Will and Teastement My will is my bodey be decently buryed by my Executors here After named—my will is all my debts be paid And what I here in this my will and Teastement give my loving wife Alee Grover is in lew and Instead of her Dowry—I give to my wife deuering her widdowhood one tract or pece of land about eighty acers lyin and being in Middelltown on the west side of the road or highway over Aganst my house where I now dwell — Whereas I heve Twenty acers of land my house and orchard standing on part of it, my will is that my orchard be equaly divided for quantity and quality into two parts begining on the western side on the road and so running fcsteriy tlo lambath Johnson land. Lgiue to my Daughter Rebecka Gibons deuering my wife widdowhood one part or palfe of my orchard being at the north end all the remander of the Aforesaid twenty acer with the Half of my orchard and all my housing and fencing I give to my wife deuering her widdow hood I give to my wife Deuering her widow one halfe of A pece or tract of Salt Meddow the whole being about eightenn acer And Joynes to Daniel Henderickson medow—I give and bequeath to my wife foure cowes and three two yeare ould hefers one three yeare ould steare one yeareling neat beast fouretenn sheep six lames all my Swine all my boultery one chest with a lock to it Spining wheel gridiron Iron tramel frinepan fire shufell and tounges onel leather chare one looking glass all my wooll cards two plowes tow shares one halfe of all the blankitts and cWerlides my wife haith spun one puter dish being the bigest I have except two Ironpots I onely except my bigest Iron pot I give my wife the use of my two working horses deuering her widdowe hood and at the expiration of her widdowhood I give the said two horses to my granson James Pattisson. I give my wife the use (of my two young oxen for three yeares if shee remanes A widdow soe long otherwise so long as shee remanes a widow less then three years. I give my wife A pare of horse harnes. If my Daughter Hester Giberson imd my Daughter Mathew vane shall and doe pay all my debts And pay my Daughter Rebeckah Gibions twenty pounds which I now give her Then I give and Devise to my two Daughters Hester and Mathew afore saide and theire heires equly or part and part like one pece or tract of land about ninty acers and Joynes to the land of John Wilson and Peter Weycoff also another pece or tract of land about one hundred acers lying at tlje north end of A neck of land caled cockawders neck or thereabouts also all my salt medow excepting what I have here before given my wife and at the expiration of my wifes widdow hood I give and Devise to my Daughter Hester Giberson and my Daughter Mathew Vane and theire heires equly or part and part like all myj lands Medowes Houses orchards fences in Middeltown aforesaid for them to hould as Tenents in commorji. I give to My two Daughters Hester Giberson and my Daughter Mathew Vane all the Remander of my personall estate whatsoever or wheresoever. And of this my last will and Teastemen I make and apoynt my two sonn in laws John Giberson and John Vane my Executors in witness hereof I have hereunto put my hand and seale the eightene day of March in the yeare one Thousand Seven hundred and fouretene.
JAMES GROVER
Signed Sealed and published in the presence of us
Beniaman Colman
Hugh Hartshorne
his marke
Barnes B Lambsons
Hannah Willett

1715, Apr. 16. John Giberson and John Vane qualified, as executors.

Issue
14 Rebecca Grover; married Mr. Gibbons
15 Hester Grover; married John Giberson.
16 Martha Grover; married John Vane [Vaughn?].
17 Daughter; married James Patterson; had son James Patterson." Image.

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11512862/james-grover. "On his farm he set aside space for a burying ground. Many people interred here have been moved to Fair View Cemetery, but about 12 known graves remain.
2015 FROM A MEMBER:
Possibly bur near his wife, Rebecca Lawrence Cheeseman Grover b: 1612 in NJ, d: in Oct, 1686. Family & Fed records say Rebecca d: in NY; but it was just a year after James.
2018 from a member:
This person is James Grover Junior who was born in 1650. His father was Reverend James Grover, ch. 1607 and HIS MOTHER was Rebecca Cheeseman b. 1630. He was married to Alice in 1669." Image.

3George Braden Roberts, Genealogy of Joseph Peck and some related families, State College, Pennsylvania: c1955, FHL 929.273 P334r. "James Grover Jr. was an appraiser, held land, was a wheelright, took part in court rebellion for Moses Butterworth. Was a freeholder. Will dated 17 Mar 1714/5 proved 16 Apr 1715. Alice remained his widow, for, in 1739, she was a witness to will of William Leeds." Image.


Alice

1George Braden Roberts, Genealogy of Joseph Peck and some related families, State College, Pennsylvania: c1955, FHL 929.273 P334r. "James Grover Jr. was an appraiser, held land, was a wheelright, took part in court rebellion for Moses Butterworth. Was a freeholder. Will dated 17 Mar 1714/5 proved 16 Apr 1715. Alice remained his widow, for, in 1739, she was a witness to will of William Leeds." Image.

2Stillwell, John E. (John Edwin), 1853-1930 (Main Author), Historical and genealogical miscellany: data relating to the settlement and settlers of New York and New Jersey. Vol. 3, Page 263-264, 974 D2. "
  1708, Nov. 13. James Grover, of Middletown, wheelwright, son and heir to James Grover, sold to William Winter, cordwainer, for £38, land, in Middletown, on the Southwest side of the Mill Brook , bounded on the Southeast, "by the old tract belonging to the mill," containing, in all, one hundred and eighty acres; also one-half of the woodland by the meadows, both of which parcels were surveyed, by George Keith, the 10th day of Dec, 1685; and also one-half of the meadow, at Shoal Harbor, given to Richard Gardiner, in the will of James Grover, dated Dec. 1, 1685.
  1711, June 11. James Grover, Sr., of Middletown, wheelwright, sold to James Patterson, yeoman, of the same place, for £150, land, bounded by Neversinks River, Mill Creek, and the lands of William Winter and Richard Hartshorne; also land and meadow, lying at Shole Harbor, in Middletown. This property was conveyed to James GrOver, by the will of his father, James Grover, and by deed of William and Hannah Winter, bearing date Nov. 13, 1708.
  1714, Aug. 26. James Grover, of Middletown, wheelwright, sold to William Winter, cordwainer, of the same place, all his interest in a tract of land, lying on the North West side of Middle run, and on the North East side of the Mill Creek, devised by his father, James Grover, to his son, James Grover, and his son-in-law, Benjamin Borden, for the sake of his daughter, Abigail Borden, and son-in-law, Richard Gardiner, for the sake of his daughter, Hannah; also land, at Shoal Harbor; also "the Housings, Mill stones and all the Iron work, with all the utensils belonging to the old mill, with all the Premises, Liberties, Priviledges, and Appurtenances, belonging to the said Land, on the north west side of the middle run," etc.
  1714, Mch. 3. James Grover, Jr., and Safety Grover were Freeholders.
Freehold Records.

To All people whom this writing may Aney Wayes conserne Know yee That I James Grover of Midelltowne in the county of Monmouth In the Provence of New Jersey being Sick and Weake of body but of A sound mind and disposeing memorey doe make this to be my last Will and Teastement My will is my bodey be decently buryed by my Executors here After named—my will is all my debts be paid And what I here in this my will and Teastement give my loving wife Alee Grover is in lew and Instead of her Dowry—I give to my wife deuering her widdowhood one tract or pece of land about eighty acers lyin and being in Middelltown on the west side of the road or highway over Aganst my house where I now dwell — Whereas I heve Twenty acers of land my house and orchard standing on part of it, my will is that my orchard be equaly divided for quantity and quality into two parts begining on the western side on the road and so running fcsteriy tlo lambath Johnson land. Lgiue to my Daughter Rebecka Gibons deuering my wife widdowhood one part or palfe of my orchard being at the north end all the remander of the Aforesaid twenty acer with the Half of my orchard and all my housing and fencing I give to my wife deuering her widdow hood I give to my wife Deuering her widow one halfe of A pece or tract of Salt Meddow the whole being about eightenn acer And Joynes to Daniel Henderickson medow—I give and bequeath to my wife foure cowes and three two yeare ould hefers one three yeare ould steare one yeareling neat beast fouretenn sheep six lames all my Swine all my boultery one chest with a lock to it Spining wheel gridiron Iron tramel frinepan fire shufell and tounges onel leather chare one looking glass all my wooll cards two plowes tow shares one halfe of all the blankitts and cWerlides my wife haith spun one puter dish being the bigest I have except two Ironpots I onely except my bigest Iron pot I give my wife the use of my two working horses deuering her widdowe hood and at the expiration of her widdowhood I give the said two horses to my granson James Pattisson. I give my wife the use (of my two young oxen for three yeares if shee remanes A widdow soe long otherwise so long as shee remanes a widow less then three years. I give my wife A pare of horse harnes. If my Daughter Hester Giberson imd my Daughter Mathew vane shall and doe pay all my debts And pay my Daughter Rebeckah Gibions twenty pounds which I now give her Then I give and Devise to my two Daughters Hester and Mathew afore saide and theire heires equly or part and part like one pece or tract of land about ninty acers and Joynes to the land of John Wilson and Peter Weycoff also another pece or tract of land about one hundred acers lying at tlje north end of A neck of land caled cockawders neck or thereabouts also all my salt medow excepting what I have here before given my wife and at the expiration of my wifes widdow hood I give and Devise to my Daughter Hester Giberson and my Daughter Mathew Vane and theire heires equly or part and part like all myj lands Medowes Houses orchards fences in Middeltown aforesaid for them to hould as Tenents in commorji. I give to My two Daughters Hester Giberson and my Daughter Mathew Vane all the Remander of my personall estate whatsoever or wheresoever. And of this my last will and Teastemen I make and apoynt my two sonn in laws John Giberson and John Vane my Executors in witness hereof I have hereunto put my hand and seale the eightene day of March in the yeare one Thousand Seven hundred and fouretene.
JAMES GROVER
Signed Sealed and published in the presence of us
Beniaman Colman
Hugh Hartshorne
his marke
Barnes B Lambsons
Hannah Willett

1715, Apr. 16. John Giberson and John Vane qualified, as executors.

Issue
14 Rebecca Grover; married Mr. Gibbons
15 Hester Grover; married John Giberson.
16 Martha Grover; married John Vane [Vaughn?].
17 Daughter; married James Patterson; had son James Patterson." Image.


James Obadiah Winter

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.

2New Jersey, Abstract of Wills, 1670 - 1817, Volume XXX, Abstracts of Wills, 1730-1750. Image.

3FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/182098282. Image.

4Orra Eugene Monnette, 1873-1936, New Jersey, First settlers of ye plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge, Olde East. Vol 7, part 5, 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.


Margaret 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/182104754. "Margaret (Cromwell) Winter
Birth: circa years 1624/1638 England
Death: 1675 Woodbridge, Province of East Jersey
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
PARENTS:

Father
John Cromwell circa 1610-1700
Mother
Joan (Butler) Cromwell circa 1615-1690
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
Spouse:
James Obadiah Winter ~
Birth: 1637
Birthplace: Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, Colonial America
Death: February 1675
Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey, Colonial America
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*
Mother of William Winter; Josiah Winter; Hester Winter; *Obadiah Winter; John Winter." Image.

3Orra Eugene Monnette, 1873-1936, New Jersey, First settlers of ye plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge, Olde East. Vol 7, part 5, 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.

4New Jersey, Abstract of Wills, 1670 - 1817, Volume XXX, Abstracts of Wills, 1730-1750. Image.


John Winter

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)." Source Image. Citation Image.


Josiah Winter

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.


Hester Winter

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.

2New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V5FL-9MK. "Name: Hester Winter
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 10 Oct 1671
Christening Place: WOODBRIDGE,MIDDLESEX,NEW JERSEY
Father's Name: Obadiah Winter
Mother's Name: Margaret
System Origin: New_Jersey-ODM
GS Film Number: 974.941 D2M PT 1, 2
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C50597-1

Citing this Record:
"New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V5FL-9MK : 12 December 2014), Margaret in entry for Hester Winter, ; citing WOODBRIDGE,MIDDLESEX,NEW JERSEY, reference ; FHL microfilm 974.941 D2M PT 1, 2." Image.


Obadiah Winter

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.

2New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V5FL-8MN. "Name: Obadiah Winter
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 10 Oct 1673
Christening Place: WOODBRIDGE,MIDDLESEX,NEW JERSEY
Father's Name: Obadiah Winter
Mother's Name: Margaret
System Origin: New_Jersey-ODM
GS Film Number: 974.941 D2M PT 1, 2
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C50597-1

Citing this Record:
"New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V5FL-8MV : 12 December 2014), Margaret in entry for Obadiah Winter, ; citing WOODBRIDGE,MIDDLESEX,NEW JERSEY, reference ; FHL microfilm 974.941 D2M PT 1, 2." Image.


Andrew Winter

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/217589023/andrew-winters. Image.

2George Braden Roberts, Genealogy of Joseph Peck and some related families, State College, Pennsylvania: c1955, FHL 929.273 P334r. "Will of Andrew of Middletown; proved 30 April 1760." Image.


Moses Winter

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/61735277/moses-winters. Image.