Note: Brewer "LaTourette Annals in America" Lyman E. Latourette, Portland, The Oregon Bookbinding Co., 1954. p 28.
Ibid. Justice of peace, Staten Island, NY 1689.
Per Joanna Curtis, Mar 1997. "Abstracted will of James Poillon. In the name of god, Amen, September 17, 1732. I, James Poillon, of Richmond County, brewer, being very weak in body. My will is that my dearly beloved wife Judith shall remain absolute mistress and have the sole use and benefit of my estate so long as she remains my widow. I leave to my four sons, Peter, John, Abraham, and James, all my houses, lands and tenements in Richmond County, except as hereinafter stated. If either die, his share is to go to the rest. My four sons are to pay to my daughters, viz., Catherine, wife of David Latourette, Elizabeth, Adrianna, and Judith, L400 when of age. I leave to my son Peter a good riding horse. All the rest of my estate I leave to all my children, viz., John, Abraham, Peter, James, Mary, wife of Daniel Stillwell, Catherine, wife of David Latourette, Elizabeth, Adrianna, and Judith. My executors are to sell a certain house and lot in New York, which I have lately bought of Wessell Wessells; and also 20 acres of salt meadow lying at the Fresh Kill by Abraham Vanonn's point; and 40 acres of wood land lying back or at the rear of James Seguine, and John Cassons's plantation. I appoint my wife Judith, John Le Conte and Nicholas Stillwell, executors. Signed Jacques Poillon. Witnesses: Adrian Le Farge, Jacobus Bebant, Paul Michaux. Proved May 3, 1733. Liver 12:39. WNYSH III:114."
IBID. "It is obvious from this will that Jacques Poillon had a second wife Judith. Margaret Le Conte mentions her granddaughters, Mary wife of Samuel Stillwell and Catherine wife of David Latourette. (The Samuel Stillwell is probably a misreading of 'Daniel Stillwell, since other sources say that Daniel, son of John Stillwell, married Mary Poillon.) Since she does not mention Elizabeth, Adrianna or Judith, they are probably children from his second marriage."
IBID. Will of Capt. Jacques Poillon. "I leave one half to my son Jaques...I make my wife Adriana, and my sons John and Jaques, executors."
NYG&B Record, Vol III, No 1, Jan 1980. The Crocheron family of Staten Island, by Charlotte Megill Hix, p 34. b 1681, Flatbush d 5 Mar 1732, Staten Island; m1 Katherine; m2 Francoise Billiou, dau of Jacob and Maraget Billiou; m3 Judith Bodine.
Staten Island Census of 1706-1709. Pullion Sarah 3 2 woman; Pullion John 26 3 4 man; Pullion James 25 3 49 man; Poillion Sr James 60 3 54 man.
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