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Notes for David Dye

The Family of John Lawrence Dye & Anna Moore (Brown?)

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RECORD OF WILLS
#4951-5330 1773-1776

David Dye Middlesex Co
5283L-5288L
Note: The following form was filled in where underlined and submitted to the Court.

KNOW all Men by these Presents, That we Hannah Dye Disbrow Daniel Disbrow and Joseph Disbrow J John Cox all of the County of Middlesex in the Province of New Jersey -------------------------------------- are held and firmly bound unto His Excellency William Manhelm(?) ______ governor of the Province of ______----------------------------------------------------

In the Sum of four hundred and fifty five Pounds, Proclamation Money, to be paid to the said Governor, his Successors or Assigns; to which Payment well and truly to be made, We bind us, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, and Dated the fourth Day of March Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy five.

THE Condition of the Above Obligation is such, That if the above-bound Hannah Dye Daniel Disbrow J. Joseph Disbrow Administrators of all and singular the Goods, Chattels and Credits of David Dye, decd (?), late of Windsor in the County of aforesaid deceased, do make, or came to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased, which have or shall come to the Hands, Possession or Knowledge of the said Hannah Dye Daniel Disbrow J____ Disbrow or into the Hands of any other Person or Persons for their Use, and the same so made, exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the Registry of the Prerogative Court, in the Secretary's Office at Burlington on or before the fourth Day of June next ensuing; and the same Goods, Chattels and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of his Death, or which at any Time after, shall come to the Hands or Possession of the said Hannah Dye Daniel Disbrow & Jn. Disbrow or unto the Hands or Possession of any other Person or Persons, for their Use, do well and truly administer according to Law; and farther do make or cause to be made; a just and true Account of their Administration, on or before the fourth Day of March now next ensuing the Date hereof; and all the Rest and Residue of the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the Account of the said Administrators the same being first examined and allowed of, by the Judge for the Time being, of the said Prerogative Court, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively, as the Said Judge for the Time being, of the said Court, by his Decree or Sentence, pursuant to the true Intent and Meaning of an Act of Parliament, made in the 22d and 23d Years of the Reign of King Charles II, entitled, An Act for Settling Intestate Estates, shall limit and appoint. And it shall hereafter appear, that any last Will and Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Prerogative Court, making Request to have it allowed and approved accordingly: If the said Hannah Dye Daniel Disbrow J__ Disbrow being thereunto required, do render and deliver up the said Letters of Administration, Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court; then the above Obligation to be void, or else it shall stand in full Force and Virtue.


Sealed and Delivered in [signature of Hannah Dye]

the Presence of

Dav.d Brearley Jun. ____ [signature of Daniel Disbrow]

[signature of Joseph Disbrow]

[signature of John Cox]

Hannah Dye Daniel Disbrow & Jn Disbrow the Assns.(?) as within named being duly sworn did depose & say that David Dye ____ died without any will or Testamentas far as they know & verily believe, that they will well & truly administer all & singular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased which shall come to their knowledge or possession or the possession of any other person or persons for their use, and that they will exhibit unto the Prerogative Office at Burlington a True and proper Inventory of all & singular the said goods chattels and credits and under a Just & True Inventory of their Administration

Sworn this 4 day of March [signature of Hannah Dye]
Anno Domini before me __ [signature of Daniel Disbrow]
[signature of Joseph Disbrow]
Dav.d Brearley Jun ____

written on side of document:

Hannah Dey
Danl. Disbrow Admin.
Joseph Disbrow &
John Cox Signed
to
The Governor

A List of the Goods and Chattels of David Dye Deceased taken this 9 day of October 1775 with these several appraisements as follows Viz

L s D
In Cash 2 15 0
to his wearing apparel 5 00 0
Saddel 1 5 0
l Wagon 6 0 0
______________________________ 16 00 0
27 sheep 8 02 0
__ bay Mare 25 00 0
l yearling Mair Colt 2 00 0
one Mair and Colt 19 00 0
one Mair 12 00 0
one brown Mair 5 00 0
one yearling colt 2 00 0
28 hogs 13 00 0
one spotted Heifer two years old 2 - -
two yearlings 3 - -
one yearling bull 1 00 -
two two yearling ____ 3 00 -
two calfes 1 00 -
one Black Cow 3 00 -
one Red and Wight Cow 3 00 -
one Black and Wight Cow 3 00 -
one Red Cow 3 00 -
one Black and Wight Cow 3 00 -
three stacks of Wheat 12 00 -
one stack of Rye and Wheat 3 00 -
14 _____ of Corn standing in the ground 14(?) 00 -
___ in the Barn 8 00 -
one cuting Box and ____ 00 16 -
old C(?) in the Barn 00 7 -
two Forks one Briddle & one Shovel 00 3 -
one Box Head & ___ fork 1 00 -
two ___ and one cradle 00 5 -
one _______ _________ 00 5 -
___________ _____ 1 10 -
_______ _______s 0 6 -
two corn Harrows 00 19 -
one Corn plow 00 7 4
one Plow 00 12 -
one ___ slead(?) 00 2 0
9 harrow _____ 00 6 11
8 ____________, Ground ___-two Iron 00 5 0
4 axes 00 10 0
4 boxes(?) 00 10 0
to Sundry tooles 00 5 0
1Saddle & 2 Bridles 00 10 0
______________
193 15 5
[Page 2------]
Brought Over 193 15 5
L s D
to a Big Wheal , ____ 0 3 0
to 2 guns 2 0 0
to 2 young (?) & old barrels& Staves together 0 7 6
____saddle 0 10 0
4 whilening not(?) 0 1 6
2 small Wheals 0 16 0
__bed and beding & Bed sted and covrs(?) 2 00 0
l Loom gears & ___and ___ 0 7 6
l___ ____ & Sundry in Seller [Cellar] 0 10 6?
l leather & poles(?) Churn 0 6 0
1 _____ _____ 0 10 0
1 gridiron 2 Cettles & 1 pot 0 12 0
l old table 1 ____ l tin ____ 0 1 6
1 ______ 2 pare of tongues l fire shovel 0 10 0
l pare of hand irons 0 4 0
l wash tub & Barrells 0 4 0
l Cubbard in the Small Roome 0 15 0
l Bed and Beding in Same Roome 3 0 0
l table in the Same Roome and Box 0 15 0
6(?) Bed Chears 0 15 0
1 Cubbard 2 10 0
l Bed and Beding 3 0 0
l Case and Bottles 0 7 6
l Bed and Beding in the Closet under Stares 1 5 0
10(?) Dishes and tea ____ in the Corner Closet 0 15 0
_ ______________ 0 10 0
l Looking Glass 0 3 0
3 Chears [chairs] 0 10 6
1 Note 0 1 0
to his part of the grant of Joseph Disbrow 5 0 0
John Cox L 228 9 11.

Note: Written on back of two-page inventory: Inventory of Estate of David Dye sen.decd.
John Cox one of the appraisors of the within Inventory being duly sworn did depose & say that the goods chattels & credits in the within Inventory set down & specified were by him & Samuel Street appraised according to their Just & True _______ rates & values after the best of their Judgment and understanding and that they appraised all things which were brot (?) to their view for appraisement.

Sworn this 4th day of March 1776 before me [signature of John Cox]
Dav.d Brearley Jun. ____
2626
Note: Original Document is almost illegible.
__________… that on this first day of October 1776 personally appeared Peter Perrine and Nathaniel Fitzrandolph ___ the Witnesses to the within who being ___ ___ ___ are ___Individuals of Almighty God, did formally declare and say that they and each of them were personally present and did see John Dye the testator within named sign seal the within ___ Instrument, and ___him publish pronounce & ___ it to be his Last Will and Testament That at this ____ the saidTestator was of sound Mind & Memory for __________ they ___ believe …and in Witness ___ believe and that P___ [or James?] Perrine is this other subscribing Witness ..was witness at this same (?) Time and subscribed his name as Witness to the said Will together with these ___ into in the Presence of the Said Testator
his
Sworn this day above said Peter + Perrine before me mark
Chas. Pettit, Surrogate Nat'l. FitzRandolph
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John Dye and Thomas Dye two of the Executors within named and being duly sworn on the holy _____ of Almighty God did depose and say that ____ being ____ ____ and _____ the true Last Will and Testament of John Dye the Testator therein named to the best of their Knowledge and Belief ____ _____, and that they were well & body and form ____ ____ by pay___ first the Debts of the saidTestator and then the Legacies within specified sofar as the goods & Chattels of the said Testator _____ or ______ and they will render a just andTrue Account of their Administration when therein is lawfully required

Sworn the lst of October [signature of John Dye] before me [signature of Thomas Dye] Cha. Pettit (?), Surrogate

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Entries: 8700 Updated: Mon Aug 26 20:37:01 2002 Contact: Tom Robertshaw
ID: I10326
Name: David DEY
Given Name: David
Surname: Dey
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1725 in Staten Island,Richmond,New York
Death: 1775 in NJ
Reference Number: 1c8r
Note:
David's birth year given in "Dye Family in America."

David's will in NJ Archives, Colonial Documents, Calendar of Wills;"called David Dye Sr."Admin.:Hannah Dye. wd 4 Mar 1776, wp 12 Oct 1784.!"Dye Collection: Dye Family of America" by John F. Dye, p1 [FHL #213,040]
Extract rec'd by corr from Mrs. Janace Cole, San Juan Capistrano, CA
Includes transcript of father's will, proved 8 Mar 1751.

!DEY Family records and research, recd by corr from Mrs. Janace Cole, San Juan
Capistrano, CA [Incl chart from "Barbara" of Downey, CA].
Incl estate inventory info and wife name

"History of the Treman, Tremaine, Truman Family (incl desc of Richard DEY of
NYC)" by Ebenezer Mack Treman & Murray E. Poole [Ithaca Democrat Press: 1901],
p836. This source is known to have some errors.

!Letter to John DYE dated 31 Oct 1941 from Mrs. Laura VanDerveer Connover
Regent of Manalapan DAR Chapter, Freehold, NJ. Included in: "Dye Collection:
Dye Family of America" by John F. Dye (Columbus, OH). FHL #213,040

!Father's will dated 1 Oct 1750 and proved 8 Mar 1750/51 [Liber E, p496]
Documents rel to Colonial History of State of NJ, 1st Series, Vol 30:
"Calendar of NJ Wills," Vol II (1730-1750), by William Nelson, Part 1,
p142. Executors: sons John and William DEY & son-in-law Lawrence DEY

!Death date: estate inventoried in NJ 1775

Mil Rec: Member of Capt. Richard Langdon's Co. of New York City in the
expedition against Canada - 1746
Member of Capt. Waters' Co., Provincial Troops of Richmond Co,
NY - 1760
Change Date: 21 JUL 2002 at 21:26:32

Father: JOHN Laurens DEY b: 1687 in Staten Island,Richmond,New York
Mother: Ann BROWN b: approx. 1688 in New Jersey


Marriage 1 Hannah DISBROW b: approx 1728
Married: 1769
Children
Vincent DEY b: CAL 1768 in of Windsor,Middlesex,NJ
Henry DEY b: approx. 1770
John DEY b: CAL 1771 in of Windsor,Middlesex,NJ
David DEY b: 1774


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ID: I82754
Reference Number: 82754
Name: Hannah Disbrow
Sex: F
Change Date: 03 DEC 2005
Baptism: 24 DEC 1738 New Jersey,

Father: Henry Disbrow
Mother: Catherine Hendrickson b: ABT 1706 in Monmouth County, New Jersey,
Marriage 1 David Dye b: 1725 in Middlesex County, New Jersey,
Married: 1769 in Middlesex County, New Jersey,
Children
Henry Dye b: 09 AUG 1764
David Dye Jr. b: 1774

Marriage 2 Captain Peter Perrine b: 05 JAN 1737 in Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey,
Married: 02 APR 1800

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ID: I10987
Name: Hannah DISBROW
Given Name: Hannah
Surname: Disbrow
Sex: F
Birth: approx 1728
Death: AFT 1 APR 1814 in Mercer Co.,New Jersey
Reference Number: 1c8r
Note:
Hannah's surname is given in "This Old Monmouth of Ours" as Hannah Holman.!DEY Family records and research, recd by corr from Mrs. Janace Cole, San Juan
Capistrano, CA [Incl chart from "Barbara" of Downey, CA].

Her parents not found in Ancestral File.

Christened as an adult Jun 1749 at First Presb. Church, Cranbury, Middlesex, NJ.

Death; She was living at the time that Peter Perrine, her spouse, wrote his will.
Change Date: 30 JUL 2002 at 21:36:43
Marriage 1 David DEY b: ABT 1725 in Staten Island,Richmond,New York
Married: 1769
Children
Vincent DEY b: CAL 1768 in of Windsor,Middlesex,NJ
Henry DEY b: approx. 1770
John DEY b: CAL 1771 in of Windsor,Middlesex,NJ
David DEY b: 1774

Marriage 2 Peter PERRINE b: 5 JAN 1737 in Cranbury,Middlesex,New Jersey
Married: 2 APR 1800