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Family of Philip DENNIS and Lucy UNKNOWN
|Husband:||Philip DENNIS (aft1699-1768)|
|Wife:||Lucy UNKNOWN ( - )|
|Children:||Philip DENNIS ( - )|
|Jonathan DENNIS ( - )|
|Grace DENNIS ( - )|
|Rachel DENNIS ( - )|
|Prudence DENNIS ( - )|
|Elizabeth DENNIS ( - )|
Husband: Philip DENNIS
|Name:||Philip DENNIS 1|
|Father:||Jonathan DENNIS (1652-1720)|
|Mother:||Rachel MOORE (1660?-aft1720)|
|Birth||aft 1699 2|
|Death||May 1768 (age 68-69)||Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA|
Wife: Lucy UNKNOWN
|Name:||Lucy UNKNOWN 3|
Child 1: Philip DENNIS
|Name:||Philip DENNIS 4|
Child 2: Jonathan DENNIS
|Name:||Jonathan DENNIS 4|
Child 3: Grace DENNIS
|Name:||Grace DENNIS 4|
|Spouse:||Unknown BOWEN ( - )|
Child 4: Rachel DENNIS
|Name:||Rachel DENNIS 4|
|Spouse:||Unknown SMITH ( - )|
Child 5: Prudence DENNIS
|Name:||Prudence DENNIS 4|
Child 6: Elizabeth DENNIS
|Name:||Elizabeth DENNIS 4|
|1||Patty Barthell Myers, "Ancestors and Descendants of Lewis Ross Freeman" (Name:
1995;). p. 670.
Text From Source: 37. PHILIP DENNIS (Rachel2 Moore, Samuel 1), d. early 1768; m. Lucy ____. Philip was mentioned in his father's will and in 1749 was an executor of the will of his brother Charles. Lucy was probably d/o Joseph Bacon of Greenwich Twp., Cumberland Co., who d. interstate 1758 and whose inventory was made by Philip Dennis and Charles Davis.
On 22 Mar 1758 bond was given to his widow, Margaret Bacon, as administrix, with Philip Dennis and Charles Davis both of Greenwich Twp., fellowbondsmen. (N.J. Arch., 32:19.)
Will of Margaret Bacon of Greenwich Twp., Cumberland Co., made 21 Jan 1769, proved 21 Mar 1769, does not name daughter Lucy. She probably already had her share. Witnesses were Prudence Dennis, Sarah Dennis PPlhuimlipp EDnecnrnusist Inventory of
Margaret'ss estate made 20 Mar 1769 by Benjamin Tyler and Philip Dennis. (N.J. Arch., 33:23.)
1767, May 1. Dennis, Philip of Greenwich Twsp., Cumberland Co.; wIll of Wife, Lucy, a case of drawers that was left to her by her father, also her share of personal estate. Son, Philip, my plantation where I live, except what I give to my son, Jonathan. Son, Jonathan, the northeast corner of saId plantation. WIfe and two daughters, Prudence and Elizabeth Dennis, rest of personal. Daughter, Grace Bowen, £20. Daughter, Rachel Smith, £5. Executors - wife, and son, Philip. WItnesses - Ebeneezer Miller, Mark Reeve, John Sheppard. Proved 28 May 1768. Inventory, £295.19.10, made 25 May 1768. (N.J. Arch., 33:113-14.)
115 i Philip Dennis.
116 ii Jonathan Dennis.
117 iii Grace Dennis, m. ____ Bowen.
118 iv Rachel Dennis, m. ____Smith.
119 v Prudence Dennis.
120 vi Elizabeth Dennis.
|2||Charles E. Stickney, "Jesse Dennis of Sussex County, N.J. and his descendants, ..." (1904 by Wantage Recorder Office in Sussex). p. 11.|
|3||Patty Barthell Myers, "Ancestors and Descendants of Lewis Ross Freeman" (Name: 1995;). p.670.|
|4||Ibid. p. 670.|