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Family of Joseph DENNIS

Husband: Joseph DENNIS (1687-1770)
Wife: (unknown)
Children: Joseph DENNIS ( - )
Ezekiel DENNIS ( - )
Nathaniel DENNIS ( - )
John DENNIS ( - )

Husband: Joseph DENNIS

Name: Joseph DENNIS 1,2
Sex: Male
Father: Jonathan DENNIS (1652-1720)
Mother: Rachel MOORE (1660?-aft1720)
Birth 18 Feb 1687 Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA 3
Residence 25 May 1753 (age 66) MIddletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, USA 4
Death 1770 (age 82-83) Sussex Co., N.J. 5

Child 1: Joseph DENNIS

Name: Joseph DENNIS 5
Sex: Male

Child 2: Ezekiel DENNIS

Name: Ezekiel DENNIS 5
Sex: Male

Child 3: Nathaniel DENNIS

Name: Nathaniel DENNIS 5
Sex: Male

Child 4: John DENNIS

Name: John DENNIS 5
Sex: Male

Sources

1Patty Barthell Myers, "Ancestors and Descendants of Lewis Ross Freeman" (Name: 1995;). p. 669.
Text From Source: 33. JOSEPH DENNIS (Rachel2 Moore, Samuel1), b. Woodbridge 18 Feb 1687 (VR); removed to Bucks Co., Pa., and then returned to Sussex Co., N.J., where he d. 1770.

1767, Sept. 29. Dennis, Joseph, Sr., of Sussex Co., will of. Sons, Joseph and Ezekiel, all real and personal estate, and they are to pay the following legacies: To son, Nathaniel, 130; son, John, 2. Executors - sons, Joseph and Ezekiel.
Witnesses - Hugh Hagerty, Joseph Barton, Patrick Haggerty. Proved 7 Apr 1770. (N.J. Arch., 33:113.)
110 i Joseph Dennis.
111 ii Ezekiel Dennis.
112 iii Nathaniel Dennis.
iv John Dennis
http://contentdm.lib.byu.edu/u?/FH12,35923.
2Reverand Joseph Dally, "Woodbridge and Vicinity" (Name: A.E. Gordon; New Brunswick, N.J.; 1873;). p. 326.
Text From Source: Joseph Dennes Son of Jonathan Dennes was born ye 18th day of February 1687.
3Ibid. p. 326.
4"New Jersey Archive". vol 19, p. 156.
Text From Source: To BE SOLD,

A Plantation in the Bounds of Middletown, East-New-Jersey, near the Water Side ; containing about 150 Acres of Land, 6 Acres of Salt Meadow, a new Dwelling-House 40 Foot long, with two Brick-Chimneys, three Fire-Places, a good Cellar under it, a small Orchard, a good old House, within Call of two Grist-Mills, and two Saw-Mills ; convenient for any Tradesman, and very suitable for a Merchant; to be sold reasonable : Whoever has a Mind for the same, may apply to Joseph Dennis, living on the Premisses, or James Alexander, in New-York, who will give a good Title.

The N. Y. Gazette Revived in the Weekly Post Boy, May 25, 1752.
5Patty Barthell Myers, "Ancestors and Descendants of Lewis Ross Freeman" (Name: 1995;). p. 669.
http://contentdm.lib.byu.edu/u?/FH12,35923.

 

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