Rebecca Gill (Boylston)
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About Rebecca Gill
After the decease of his first consort, he was married to Miss Rebecca Boylston, niece of Thomas Boylston, Esq., and sister of Mary Hallowell, mother of Ward Nicholas Boylston, later known as Madame Rebecca Gill. She died at Princeton on Monday, March 21, 1798 in the 70th year of her age. Both wives died childless. He adopted a son of his brother John, who was named for him, Moses. The last named died in South Boston, May 1887.
In Nicholas Boylston's will of Aug. 1, 1771, Suffolk Probate 70. 445. He devised to Rebecca (Mrs. Gill) " Negro Man Jack and Negro Woman Flora."