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Re: Francis Reynolds (1652-1747)
Posted by: sandra ferguson (ID *****4312) Date: March 17, 2010 at 10:07:12
In Reply to: Re: Francis Reynolds (1652-1747) by sandra ferguson of 4759

I checked in my Chester Co records and discovered a large family of REynolds, starting with a Henry, who first came to Burlington, NJ...married Prudence Clayton, in 1678. I'm including his will, below, showing that he had sons named Henry, William, Francis and John..(this son Francis was born 8-15-1684...this francis married 1712, Elizabeth Acton in Salem NJ, and settled in Chichester twp, dying in 1760.) so, while the names are 'right', and they were Quakers, the dates sure don't match... this family had quite a few generations of Henrys and Francises, I'm afraid.


REYNOLDS, HENRY. Chichester.
April 12, 1720. August 16, 1724. A. 164.
To son Francis the plantation where I live in Chichester
containing 290 acres, he paying his brother William when 21, 20. To son John, tract of land in Chichester, containing 210 acres, paying his brother Wm. 20. To son Henry tract of land in Nottingham containing
490 acres. To son Wm, tract in Nottingham [being a south lott], containing 490 acres. To each of my daughters, viz Margaret, Prudence, Deborah and Hannah 1 shilling each. To wife Prudence all personal estate, also executrix. Witnesses: William Clayton, John Hanby.


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