Thomas B. Applegate, II (1632 - 1699) MP

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Birthplace: Netherlands
Death: Died in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey Colony
Occupation: Seven children
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About Thomas B. Applegate, II

Thomas Applegate II, born c1632; died 1699. He married (1)_______, born ; died ; (2) to Joanna Gibbons, born ; died after 1699, daughter of Richard Gibbons, who was one of the twelve patentees of Monmouth Co., NJ. He apparently moved to New Jersey sometime in the 1660's as his cattle mark was recorded in the town book of Middletown on Jan. 4, 1668.

On Mar. 8, 1674, Thomas petitioned along with his brother, Bartholomew for land in the Neversinks. On Apr. 21, 1676, John Fenwick gave a deed to Thomas Applegate, weaver, of New Shrewsberry, NJ for 600 acres in Fenwick's Colony. There was a second deed on Sept. 20, 1677 to Thomas Applegate of the Falls in New Shrewsberry in NJ, weaver, of 480 acres in the allotment of Cohanzick along the Marsh, part of Edward Boarnes 2000 acres. On Oct. 19, 1677, he secured by a quit-claim deed, two hundred and forty acres of upland and meadow in Shrewsbury Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ. There are records that he served on jury duty in Middlesex Co., NJ. On Feb. 14, 1679, Thomas Applegate along with 12 others obtained a charter to hunt whales. He made his will on Feb. 1, 1698 and it was proved on Mar. 29, 1699; his death must have occured between these dates, probably in Feb. 1699. His wife, Joanna and her father, Richard Gibbons, were the executors of his estate.

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Thomas Applegate, Jr., who settled in Middletown, married Johanna Gibbons, the daughter of the noted Richard Gibbons, one of the patentees for lands at "Sandy Point," (Sandy Hook), and on Raritan Bay. October 9, 1678, Gibbons made a bill of sale to one hundred acres of this land to "his son-in-law Thomas Applegate." Thomas Applegate died about 1699, leaving as his survivors a wife, six sons and a daughter, whose names were: Thomas, John, Daniel, Joseph, Elizabeth, Benjamin and Richard. His will bears date February 1, 1698, naming his wife Johanna as executrix, and bequeathed the old homestead at Applegate Landing to his youngest child, Richard. -------------------- Thomas Applegate, born c1632; died 1699. He married (1)_______, born ; died ; (2) to Joanna Gibbons, born ; died after 1699, daughter of Richard Gibbons, who was one of the twelve patentees of Monmouth Co., NJ. He apparently moved to New Jersey sometime in the 1660's as his cattle mark was recorded in the town book of Middletown on Jan. 4, 1668. On Mar. 8, 1674, Thomas petitioned along with his brother, Bartholomew for land in the Neversinks. On Apr. 21, 1676, John Fenwick gave a deed to Thomas Applegate, weaver, of New Shrewsberry, NJ for 600 acres in Fenwick's Colony. There was a second deed on Sept. 20, 1677 to Thomas Applegate of the Falls in New Shrewsberry in NJ, weaver, of 480 acres in the allotment of Cohanzick along the Marsh, part of Edward Boarnes 2000 acres. On Oct. 19, 1677, he secured by a quit-claim deed, two hundred and forty acres of upland and meadow in Shrewsbury Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ. There are records that he served on jury duty in Middlesex Co., NJ. On Feb. 14, 1679, Thomas Applegate along with 12 others obtained a charter to hunt whales. He made his will on Feb. 1, 1698 and it was proved on Mar. 29, 1699; his death must have occured between these dates, probably in Feb. 1699. His wife, Joanna and her father, Richard Gibbons, were the executors of his estate. http://home.comcast.net/~Applegate.genealogy/Applegate.htm

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1632
1632
Netherlands
1672
1672
Age 40
Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
1674
1674
Age 42
Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
1674
Age 42
Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
1675
1675
Age 43
Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
1676
1676
Age 44
Applegate's Landing, Middletown, Monmouth Co., NJ
1678
1678
Age 46
Middlesex, NJ, USA
1678
Age 46
Monmouth Co., NJ
1680
1680
Age 48
Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
1681
1681
Age 49
Monmouth, New Jersey, United States