Thomas Stillwell Jr.: Birth: 1671. Death: 1703
Rachel Stillwell: Birth: ABT 1677.
Frances Stillwell: Birth: ABT 1682. Death: ABT 1748
Note: gill Hix, p 34. Thomas Stillwell, son of Capt Thomas and Martha (Billew) Stillwell, who died in 1703.
Abstracts of Wills Vol II 1708-1728, page 77:Page 67.--Robert Hunter, Esq., Captain-General and Governor. WhereasTHOMAS STILLWELL, of Richmond County, died intestate, Letters ofadministration are granted to his mother, Martha, now wife of Daniel(David) De Bonrepos, In trust for Nicholas Stillwell, an infant son ofsaid Thomas Stillwell. October 25, 1711. http://home.att.net/~tom-dubois/a1.html Stillwell, M.D., John E., The History of Lieutenant Nicholas Stillwell: Progenitor of the Stillwell Family in america with Some Notices of the Family in the Kingdon of Great Britain, New York City: 1929,p 87. Baptised at New Amsterdam, July 9, 1651; died 1704. His widow, Martha Billew married the Rev. David deBonrepos.
Dutch Colonies, Jan 2000. Abstracts of New York Wills Vol III 1730-1744, page 213: Page 29. Know all men whom it may any ways concerne, that I, Martha De Bonrepos, of Staten Island, widow, being very sick. All my estate is to be sold by my executors, except two beds, two brass kettles, a negro wench, and an old negro wench. I leve to my daughter Rachel, my negro wench, and large brass kettle, and I leave to her daughter Martha, my negro girl, and to her daughter Mary my best bed and brass kettle. I leave to my son-in-law, Jacobus Bellve, all that he owes me, and a silver cup of œ5 value. And a cup of same value, to my children, Martha Brittain, William Brittain, and to Nicholas Brittain's daughter Martha, and to Jacobus Billvee's daughter Martha, and to Peter Le Count's daughter Martha. All the rest of my estate to my children Francis Brittain, Annie Bilve, Rachel Brittain, and to Thomas Stillwell's three children, Nicholas, Jane, Musho (? Anne Michard), and to MaryHoffer's (Hopper) two eldest daughters, Mary Jurne and Elizabeth Jurne. I make John LeCount and Richard Stillwell executors. March 3, 1734/5. Witnesses, William Richman, Sarah Ramah, Ebenezer Salter. Proved, October 23, 1736.
Staten Island Census Records 1706-1709. Stilwell Jeremiah 25 3 20 man; Stilwell Martha 3 20 woman; stilwell Gersham 23 3 21 man; Stilwell Rachel 3 21 woman.
Dutch-Colonies June 2001 died Oct 23, 1736 New Rochelle,Westchester,NY
Note: NYG&B Record, Vol III, No 1, Jan 1980. the Crocheron family of Staten Island, by Charlotte Me
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