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Derrick Albertson

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Birthplace: Queens County, New York
Death: Died
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Son of Derrick Albertson and Willmett Willmett
Husband of Dinah Elizabeth Albertson
Father of Derrick Albertson; Daniel Albertson; Penelope Albertson; Wilmarth/Willmet Albertson; Albert Albertson and 4 others
Brother of Elizabeth Coles; William Albertson and Garrett Albertson

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About Derrick Albertson

His will was either written or proved in 1744; executors were John Carpenter and David Valentine.

Three wills mentioning Dirck Albertson:

Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744 Page 191 (Page 431)

In the name of God, Amen,September 3, 1733. I, DIRCK ALBERTSON, of Musketoe Cove, in Oyster Bay, in Queens County, mill wright, being very sick. I leave to my wife Dinah, my dwelling house and garden spot, during her life, and all movables within doors, and 10 bushels of wheat, and 8 bushels of Indian corn, yearly; And a cow every summer with pasture, "and firewood at the door", and two pair of shoes yearly, and 10 pounds of flax and 10 pounds of wool, and 3£ in money, yearly. I leave to my son Dirck, all my homestead, "from a picket rock that stands anent the mulberry tree, and running the same breadth as far as the Hollow, and as far as my land goeth, running north from said rock, with all housing thereon, after his mother's death." I leave to my son Daniel all the rest of my homestead lot, and all the land east of said line, round about Killbuck swamp. Any my son Daniel's land is to begin on the west side of my lot that joineth to the lane that leadeth to Benjamin Woolsey's farm; and to take up so much land as will make 25 acres, I gave him a deed for, And 10 acres more adjoining said lane. I leave the rest of my lands and creek rights to my two sons. I leave to my daughters, Penelope Doughty, Willmet Craft, Dinah Carpenter, and Temperance Coles, 20 shillings each, and to my youngest daughter, Mary Dines, 2£. I appoint John Carpenter, of Red Spring, and Daniel (Page 192) Valentine, of Musketoe Cove, and my sons Dirck and Daniel, executors.

Dated October 3, 1733. Witness, William Craft, Joseph Coles, John Groen.

Codicil, October 6, 1733. Leaves to wife Dinah, 200 pounds of beef and pork, yearly. Leaves to his two sons, "all movables out of doors which did escape my memory." Proved, February 23, 1735/6.

Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744 Page 419 (Page 170) -I, DAVID VALENTINE, of Moskete Cove, in Queens County, yeoman, this 26 of October 1743, being sick. I leave to my daughter Sarah Valentine, all my tract of land which I have lying on the north side of the highway which leads from Moskete Cove to Matinecock, lying on the east end of Dirck Albertson's land, being 30 acres. She is to have ½ when she is of age, and the other half upon the second marriage or death of my wife Charity; Also a bed and furniture and a sorell horse colt. I leave to my granddaughter, Phebe Coles, 10 acres of land lying on the south side of said highway, leading from Moskete Cove to Matinecock, (Page 420) and to be taken off the east end of my land; Also two bonds for 19£, 19s, 3d, and all the household goods which did belong to her mother, Charity Coles, deceased. I leave to my wife Charity all personal estate, except as above, and the use of the east part of my dwelling house and kitchen, and my lands during widowhood. And so long as my daughter Sarah, and my granddaughter Phebe are unmarried they are to have the privilege of living in the house. I leave to my son Jacob all the rest of my estate after the death of my wife, with all the farming utensils. I make my wife and my son Jacob executors of this will, "which is written upon one side of one sheet of paper."

Witnesses, Dirck Albertson, Michael Mudge, William Lawrence. Proved January 11, 1743/4.

Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771

Page 514.-"Know all men by these Presents that I, JOSEPH COLES, SR., of Mosketo Cove, in Oyster bay, in Queens County, on Nassau Island, being this 5 day of August, 1768, pretty well in health, though far advanced in years." I leave to my wife Temperance during her life the use of 1/3 of all lands and buildings and real estate for her support, And a cow and horse, and all movables within doors, except as provided. My sons, Albert, Derrick, and William, are to pay all debts, and I leave them all my right in Mosketo Cove creek and in the Great Plains, And I also leave them, in consideration of paying all debts and legacies, all my live stock and farming utensils. I leave to my 4 sons, Benjamin, Albert, Derrick, and William, my mowing ground and salt meadow lying in Mosketo Cove, and my son Benjamin is to pay 50£ toward paying my debts and legacies. I leave to my sons, Albert, Derrick, and William, all my farm where I now live, lying on both sides of the Great road leading from Mosketo Cove to Jericho, and part of it joining to the lines on the east side of Mosketo Cove Patent, with all the buildings. I leave to my son Albert my house and about ½ acre of land which I bought of William Walton. I leave to my son Derrick my weaving loom and utensils for weaving; To my son Joseph 16£, it being his whole portion with what I have before given him. I leave to my daughter, Ann Weekes, 50£. I leave to my granddaughters, the daughters of my deceased daughter Rachel, late wife of William Hopkins, 50£ when they are 18; To my daughter, Jemima Rushmore, 50£. I make my brother-in-law, Derrick Albertson, and my friends, Jacob Valentine and William Townsend, executors.

Witnesses, George Duryee, Garret Duryee, Samuel Willis.

Codicil.-I leave to my son Benjamin ½ of the mowing ground and ½ of the meadow lying on Mosketo Cove, and he is to pay 60£. The other ½ I leave to my sons, Albert, Derrick, and William.

Dated November 6, 1768. Witnesses, John Willis, Daniel Albertson, Jacob Coles. Proved, January 12, 1769.

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Derrick Albertson's Timeline

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Queens County, New York
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Age 21
Oyster Bay, Queens County, New York
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Oyster Bay, Queens County, Province of New York
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Oyster Bay, Queens County, New York