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Family of Charles DENNIS and Rebecca WALLING
|Husband:||Charles DENNIS (1689- )|
|Wife:||Rebecca WALLING ( -aft1721)|
|Children:||Charles DENNIS ( - )|
Husband: Charles DENNIS
|Name:||Charles DENNIS 1,2|
|Father:||Jonathan DENNIS (1652-1720)|
|Mother:||Rachel MOORE (1660?-aft1720)|
|Birth||4 Jan 1689|
Wife: Rebecca WALLING
|Name:||Rebecca WALLING 3|
|Father:||Jonathan WALLING ( -1721)|
|Death||aft 4 Apr 1721|
Child 1: Charles DENNIS
|Name:||Charles DENNIS 3|
|1||Reverand Joseph Dally, "Woodbridge and Vicinity" (Name: A.E. Gordon; New
Brunswick, N.J.; 1873;). p.326.
Text From Source: Charles Dennes and Sarah Dennes Son and Daughter to Jonathan Dennes and Rachel his wife Born ye 4th of January 1689.
|2||Patty Barthell Myers, "Ancestors and Descendants of Lewis Ross Freeman" (Name:
1995;). P. 669.
Text From Source: 33. CHARLES DENNIS (Rachel2 Moore, Samuel1), b. 4 Jan 1689/90 (twin); m/1 Rebecca Walling d. after 4 Apr 1721, d/o Jonathan; m/2 Priscilla (-----) (Cresse) Ludlam, wid/John Cresse and Anthony Ludlam. Charles was mentioned in his father's will.
Will of Jonathan Walling of Bethel, Salem Co., N.J., yeoman, made 18 July 1719, proved 4 Apr 1721, names daughter Rebecah, "wife of Charles Dennis," who is one of the executors of that will. Other children of Jonathan Walling mentioned were John, Thomas, Elias, Mary, wife of Dan Bowfin, and Phebe. (N.J. Arch., 23:488.)
Charles Dennis was a witness to the will of his brother-in-law John Walling of Cohansey, Salem Co., N.J., and also took the inventory of the estate of John Walling. John's wiIl was made 1 Jun 1743, proved 25 Apr 1745. (N.J. Arch., 30:511).
1747, Jany, 9. Dennes, Charles, of Cape May, Cape May Co., gentleman; will of.
Wife, Priscilla. Sons-in-law [step-eons], John Cresse (minor) and Joseph Ludlam. Son, Charles Dennis, to have plantation at Cohansey, Salem County, at the upper end of the place called Beacken's Neck, joining land of Nehemiah Craven and land of Jonathan Stathern.
Executors -- brother, Phillip Dennis, and Charles Davis.
Witnesses -- Henry Young, John Mackey and Elizabeth Mackey.
Proved 16 May 1749. Letters granted to Philip Dennis in Cumberland Co.
Inventory, £136.13.9, made 15 May 1749 by Henry Young and Joseph Ludlam. (N.J. Arch., 30:140.)
114 i Charles Dennis.
|3||Ibid. p. 669.|