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Re: Little/Stockley family, 1790's
Posted by: Willard Saunders (ID *****5353) Date: February 16, 2010 at 10:54:24
In Reply to: Little/Stockley family, 1790's by William E. Little of 683

Temperance Stockley is mentioned in her father's will:

"Woodman Stockley, Somerset Co., d. leaving a will dated 20 May
1710, proved 12 Sep 1713. To eldest son Woodman, 150 a., his dwelling
plantation, Bradford Hall, in Sussex Co., in Angola. To three sons Joshua30,
Benjamin and Oliver, 300 a., part of 500 a. on sea side of Cedar Neck and
land afsd. bequeathed to son Woodman should he die without issue. To daus.
Elizabeth and Temperance, personalty. To wife Jane, personalty, she to be
joint exec. with son Woodman. To Jacob Morris, 200 a., Fenwick's Choyce,
bought of Mr. Fenwick. Also mentioned was cousin [nephew] Thomas
Stockley. Witnessed by Comfort Morris, Rhoda Stockley, Woodman Stockley,
Jr., John Stockley, Mary Evans. {MWB 13:553}"

Source: Colonial Families of Delaware, Volume 3
F. Edward Wright


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