About Mary Martin (Brown)
- 'Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Volume 4 By New Jersey Historical Society
- Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Volume 4 By New Jersey Historical Society
- Piscataway, New Jersey, Marriage and Death Records
- From the Town Register, 1668 to 1805.
- Pg. 33
- 'Brown, Ann, to John Martin, Jan. 19, 1698-9.
- Pg. 38
- 'Martin, John' (John and Hester) to Dorothy Smith, June 26, 1677.
- 'Martin, John, to Ann Brown, Jan. 9, 1698-9.
- 'New Jersey Historical Society. Calendar of New Jersey wills, administrations, etc. (page 40 of 76)
- New Jersey Historical Society. Calendar of New Jersey wills, administrations, etc. (page 40 of 76)
- 1687 Nov. 9. Martin, Easter, of Piscataway; will of. Children — 'John', Joseph, Thomas Martin, Mary Hull, Martha Langstafis, Lidia Smalley, Benjamin, grandchildren Mary and Plope Hull (children of Hopewell Hull). Land iu Piscataway Township. Personal property. Executor — son Benjamin. Witnesses — Edward Slater and Samuel Hull. Proved December 20, 1687.
- N. J. Archives, XXL, p. loS, and Middlesex Wills
- 1687-8 Jan. 6. Bond of her son Benjamin Martin of Piscataway as executor of her will. Edward Slater of the same place fellow bondsman,
- 1687 Sept. 15. Martin, James, of Burlington, meal man; will of. Brothers — Thomas Martin and 'John Martin', sister Mary Fry (excluding her husband from use of legacy), nephew Thomas Fry; Monthly Meeting of Ratlife Frends, London, and Burlington Meeting; mother Martha Martin alias Greenhill. Real and personal estate, partly in England, Executors — Samuel Jenings, Percival Towle and Thomas Ollive. Witnesses — John Johnson and Susannah Prickit. Proved March 28, 1693.
- 1687 March 17. Martin, John, of Piscataway, yeoman; will of. Wife Easter heiress and executrix of real and personal estate with sons 'John' and Benjamin Martin, Hopfull Hulle and John Langstaff as over-seers. Witnesses — Thomas Killingvvorlh, Will: Button, Benjamin Martin, Thomas Martin and Daniel Lippington. Proved 20th 20th 16S7 (?)
- N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 107, and Middlesex Wills
- ' 1703 May 21. Martin, Jolin, of Piscatteque, yeoman; will of. Wife Ann.' Children — Elizabeth Dun, Ester Martin, Dorthy Martin, John Martin (under age), Richard Martin, brothers Joseph, Benjamin and Thomas Martin, sisters Mary Hall and Lydey Snialley. Real and personal estate. Executors — brother Benjamin Martin and Samuel Blackford. Witnesses — Benjamin Martin, Joseph Martin and Stephen W^illson. Proved April 18, 1704. Lib. i, p. 34, and Middlesex Wills
- 1703 June 12. Inventory of the personal estate (£219.17.6); made by John Royse and Edmond Dunham.