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a. Note:   e of God, Amen, July 25, 1730. I, John Meril, of Staten Island, being very sick, I leave to my wife Charity, all my estate during her widowhood. After her death I give to my son John all my lands and tenements, and 1/2 the mill and appurtenances. I leave to my four daughters, Susannah, Catharine, Anne, and Charlotte, £200 each, to be paid by my son John in installments. I make my brother, Richard Meril, and Aerte Simson, my brother-in-law, executors. Witnesses: Jan Ral, Jacob Bennit, Richard Meril. Proved before Walter Dongan, Esq., April 11, 1743. (Jacob Bennit was the father-in-law of John's son John.)
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Note:   Named in will of father. Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744, pg 391: Page 45. In the nam


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