Note: stracted by Margaret Deakyne Mealy. Published with permission from the Delaware Public Archives, Hall of Records, Dover, Delaware. US/Can 975.11 p 179. 6 Mar 1810. "Upon the petition of James O'Donald and John McCoy setting forth that William Heaverin of Appoquinimink Hnd was at the time of his death seized in a plantation situate in the hnd afsd, bounded by lands of the heirs of Lew Allfree, dec'd, Charles Heaverin, and John Reynolds cont 120 acres; and died intestate about 1804 leaving to survive him six children to wit, Charles, Abraham, Sarah intermarried with Charles Bowman and after to Frederick Fols, Isaac, Barbara intermarried with James O'Donald one of the petitioners, and Mary intermarried with John McCoy the other petitioner to whom the premises descended. Charles Heaverin died and left issue three children to wit, George, Hannah intermarried with Andrew McMurphey, and Elizabeth. Abraham Heaverin died and left issue five children to wit, William, Lydia, Mary, Barbara and Jacob. Sarah died and left issue four children to wit, Hannah, Maria, Susan Bowman, and John Fols. Isaac Heaverin died and left issue six children to wit, Stephen, Catharine, Hannah, James, Abraham, and Mary Heaverin. Barbara died and left issue five children to wit, Mary, James, Ann, William, and John O'Donald. Praying the Court to divide the real estate among the heirs afsd. So Ordered"
Note: Orphans' Court Proceedings of New Castle Couty, Delaware Book I-J, August 1802-March 1811. Ab
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