Peter Wortman listed as "son-in-law" to Nicholas Emans.
Reports of cases decided in the Court of Chancery of the state of New Jersey By N. Saxton, New Jersey. Court of Chancery
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1779, May 23. Wortman, Peter, of Roxbury, Morris Co., yeoman; will of. Wife, Mary Wortman, the use of plantation where I live, in order to bring up the children. ... Son, Andrew, the money yet due from James Whaling, or James Skinner. ... Proved June 28, 1779.
1779, June 29. Renunciation by Caleb Jeffers. Lib. 21, p. 142."
per "Abstracts of Wills, 1771-1780", NJ Archives, Vol XXXIV, p601, 1/5/1996/KDS.
1795, Nov. 26. Creater, Philip, of Roxbury Twsp, Morris Co.; will of. Wife, Barbara,use of dwelling house, weave shop and loom ... Executors - sons, Morris and John. Witnesses - William Woodhull, Anthony Stills and Martin Rinehart. Proved Nov. 6, 1797. Lib.37, p. 213.
1797, Oct. 11. Inventory, L1,265.0.5; made by Nicholas Emans and James Skinner. File 937N."
per "Abstracts of Wills, 1796-1800", NJ Archives, Vol XXXVIII, pp48-49, 1/5/1996/KDS.
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