The Arnold and Moberly Family Genealogy

John Andrews1681/82 CE

Name
John Andrews
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Surname
Andrews
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Thomas Barnes
1665

Death before February 14, 1681/82 CE (February 24, 1682)

Note:
Andrews, John Sen., Farmington. Invt. 321-19-00. Taken 15 February 1681-2, by Thomas Porter, Richard Seamor, Thom. Heart. Will dated 9 November, 1681. I John Andrews, being grown aged, and many weaknesses attending off me from time to time, and now at this present it pleases the most High to visit me with more than ordinary weakness, yet throw the Good Hand of God upon me, I have at this present, the perfect use of my understanding, now I do think it meet to set that little at stay as I am able that God hath given me. All my lawful debts being discharged, I dispose of my Estate as Followeth: I give and bequeath unto my wife Marie Andrews the new end of my dwelling house and the seller under it for her use and comfort, (with) the use of half my orchard, the fruit off it as long as she liveth; moreover I doe give unto my wife my feather bed with all the furniture belonging to it, with liberty to dispose of it as she pleases. Item. I give to my son Beniamin Andrews my whole house and barn and home lot after my wife's decease. My mind is that my son Beniamin shall possess, after my decease, half my house and house lot and barn upon that condition that he maintain his dear mother comfortably so long as her natural life continueth. I give to my son John Andrews my lot or division of land that abuteth upon Hartford Bounds. I give to my son Abraham Andrews my 20 acre lot in the Great Swamp & joining to his own lot. I give to my son Daniel Andrews 2 acres of Meadow Land, and I give him my Upland Lot that belongs to my 20 acre Swamp Lot. I give to my son Joseph Andrews my Upland Lot containing 40 acres, that lyeth near to Middletowne Path. I give to my son Beniamin Andrews all the Division of Upland that belongs to mee that are not yet laid out. Moreover, I leave the rest of my swine and corn I have, to discharge my Debts, in my son Benjamin's Hand, as alsoe he shall pay some small legeses, namely: I give to my grand child Thomas Barns, 00-22-00 I give to my grand child John Andrews, 01-00-00 I give to my grand child Abraham Andrews, 01-00-00 I give to my grand child John Richards, 01-00-00 I give to my grand child Daniel Andrews, 01-00-00 I give to my grand child Ezekiel Buck, 01-00-00 Respecting my gr. child Joseph Andrews, my son Joseph Andrews'son, if he sees meet to let him continue with my wife and my son Benjamin til he is 21 years of age, he shall have then fifteen pounds & two sutes of aparill. If he sees cause to take him away before he is of that age, I do give him nothing, and he shall pay nothing for ye time I kept him. I give to my daughter Marie Barns my black heifer. I give to my daughter Hanny Richards two yearlings. I give to my daughter Rachell Buck, my two year old red heifer. My son Benjamin Andrews, shall be sole Executor. And, I desire my loveing friends Capt. John Standly and Isaac Moore to be Overseers with my son Daniel Andrews. Witness: Robert Porter JOHN X ANDREWS SEN William Lewis, senior. Court Record ,Page 50-2 March, 1681-2: Will Proven.
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Andrews, John Sen., Farmington. Invt. 321-19-00. Taken 15 February 1681-2, by Thomas Porter, Richard Seamor, Thom. Heart. Will dated 9 November, 1681. I John Andrews, being grown aged, and many weaknesses attending off me from time to time, and now at this present it pleases the most High to visit me with more than ordinary weakness, yet throw the Good Hand of God upon me, I have at this present, the perfect use of my understanding, now I do think it meet to set that little at stay as I am able that God hath given me. All my lawful debts being discharged, I dispose of my Estate as Followeth: I give and bequeath unto my wife Marie Andrews the new end of my dwelling house and the seller under it for her use and comfort, (with) the use of half my orchard, the fruit off it as long as she liveth; moreover I doe give unto my wife my feather bed with all the furniture belonging to it, with liberty to dispose of it as she pleases. Item. I give to my son Beniamin Andrews my whole house and barn and home lot after my wife's decease. My mind is that my son Beniamin shall possess, after my decease, half my house and house lot and barn upon that condition that he maintain his dear mother comfortably so long as her natural life continueth. I give to my son John Andrews my lot or division of land that abuteth upon Hartford Bounds. I give to my son Abraham Andrews my 20 acre lot in the Great Swamp & joining to his own lot. I give to my son Daniel Andrews 2 acres of Meadow Land, and I give him my Upland Lot that belongs to my 20 acre Swamp Lot. I give to my son Joseph Andrews my Upland Lot containing 40 acres, that lyeth near to Middletowne Path. I give to my son Beniamin Andrews all the Division of Upland that belongs to mee that are not yet laid out. Moreover, I leave the rest of my swine and corn I have, to discharge my Debts, in my son Benjamin's Hand, as alsoe he shall pay some small legeses, namely: I give to my grand child Thomas Barns, 00-22-00 I give to my grand child John Andrews, 01-00-00 I give to my grand child Abraham Andrews, 01-00-00 I give to my grand child John Richards, 01-00-00 I give to my grand child Daniel Andrews, 01-00-00 I give to my grand child Ezekiel Buck, 01-00-00 Respecting my gr. child Joseph Andrews, my son Joseph Andrews'son, if he sees meet to let him continue with my wife and my son Benjamin til he is 21 years of age, he shall have then fifteen pounds & two sutes of aparill. If he sees cause to take him away before he is of that age, I do give him nothing, and he shall pay nothing for ye time I kept him. I give to my daughter Marie Barns my black heifer. I give to my daughter Hanny Richards two yearlings. I give to my daughter Rachell Buck, my two year old red heifer. My son Benjamin Andrews, shall be sole Executor. And, I desire my loveing friends Capt. John Standly and Isaac Moore to be Overseers with my son Daniel Andrews. Witness: Robert Porter JOHN X ANDREWS SEN William Lewis, senior. Court Record ,Page 50-2 March, 1681-2: Will Proven.