Jacob BANKER d/ abt 1789 (will 20 Jan 1783; 3 Jun 1789) widow - Ester and 12 children – (listed in order of birth) - Jacob BANKER (pt "Carolina" on Great Pipe Creek) - John BANKER - Peter BANKER - Christophel BANKER - Margaret (Banker) MEALEY - Abraham BANKER - Henry BANKER - Catherine (Banker) KISSLER - Magdalena BANKER - Mary (Banker) LOEHR - Judith (Banker) FUNK - Esther (Banker) BEAM Administrator was son, Henry; trustee was David SHRIVER. Land – "Ohio"; "Hill Spring"; "Christopher’s Lot"; containing 850 acres. - "Hill Spring", "Carolina", "Addition to Carolina", "Ground Oak Hill", "Bankers Amendment"; "Jacob’s Lot"; "Mill Lot"; containing 180 ½ acres. - "Carolina" (woodland), 33 ¾ acres, adjoining S.D. NAILS and Simon SLIDER. - "Banker’s Amendment", 28 ¼ acres, adjoining NAILS and SLIDER; - "Resurvey on John’s Lot". Petition of Abraham BANKHART listed his sister Margaret intermarried to Daniel NEALE, who divided and sold the surplus in two parcels; one of which was purchased by Andrew SHRIVER (s/o the trustee) for 104 ½ acres at 1,150 pounds which included the mills (grist) and water and road rights. Abraham BANKHART purchased the other part, 169 acres, for 830 pounds which included the dwelling house and barn. Phillip NALE had expressed interest in the land for the mill. Captain Abraham SHRIVER testified for David SHRIVER in regard to placing conditions on the 10 Jun 1795 sale of property.
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